Jarod mentioned to a coworker that he was planning on traveling to Los Algodones, Mexico for his dental care. He couldn’t afford a local dentist in his native San Diego. His coworker looked at him as if he’d grown two heads. That’s crazy, his co-worker told him. Don’t you know what they do down there?
That’s the response that many people get when they talk about cross-border dental care in Mexico, but Jarod had researched the Sani Dental Group, located near Yuma, Arizona. Sani Dental Group has an excellent reputation in the region, and provides a wide range of free shuttle services back and forth across the border, as well as local lodging options. It was so easy for those living in California or Arizona, New Mexico and Texas to drive to the border (from minutes to a couple of hours away for those living in San Diego and Tucson, and El Paso) and simply walk over the border or take a shuttle across.
Sani Povides Excellence in Dental Care
Specializing in dental implants, cosmetic dentistry and orthodontic services, the Sani Dental Group is one of the most popular among cross-border travelers. The dental facility is open Monday through Saturday from eight o’clock in the morning till six o’clock in the evening, open every day of the year except Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
One of the main reasons that drove Jarod to opt for an across-the-border dental clinic was money. He simply couldn’t afford the costs quoted by local dentists. He had no dental insurance, same as 85 million other Americans, or so he had read in the Washington Post. Still, he wanted quality services. He had seen an article posted on kbps.org that related the story of a man whose dental services in the US would have cost him $20,000 but in Mexico cost less than $4,000.
Jarod did his homework when it came to Sani Dental Group. He wanted quality, and he found out that the dentists at the dental clinic utilized high-tech equipment that followed strict government codes and the latest in panoramic x-rays, sterilization and imaging procedures. Their on-site laboratory enabled them to create their own porcelain/metal crowns, acrylic plates, and more.
Follow the journey of Jarod, as he cross-border travel to various regions in Mexico. Read the full article here.