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By David de Los Angeles for The Board Certified Mexico Dentist Association
All over Mexico, dentists are dancing in the streets over Obama’s new 'NO' dental health care plan, as the majority of the treatments received by Americans in Mexico fall within the areas that will continue to be denied coverage by American dental insurance plans such as multiple root canals, crowns and cosmetic dentistry, dental implants and oral restorations.
Mexican dentists will continue to enjoy the steady flow of inadequately insured American patients who head south for affordable dental care as they have for decades.
The Health Care Reform act allocates money for dental schools, equipment, computer record keeping systems, allows more poor onto the Medicaid program which essentially allows for extractions of bad teeth rather than restorations. It also allows the insurance companies to keep charging premiums while permitting one crown or root canal a year. Good job ADA and dental insurance company lobbyists!
So what does a person do when he or she needs 6 dental implants, 5 crowns, 2 root canals, a bridge or a full-mouth restoration? They do the same as they did before Health Care Reform - mortgage the house, disinherit the kids or take a dental vacation.
Your new smile is but 2-5 hours away by plane from all major US cities. Mexican border towns like Tijuana receive more dental travel day trippers while Cabo and Puerto Vallarta are the preferred destinations for the majority of US and Canadian dental vacation patients.
For information on Mexican dental tourism visit the Board Certified Mexico Dentist Association website for Free Mexico dental cost estimates, dentist resumes, referrals, appointment setting and more. Association staff speak English and dental estimates and travel information is without cost or obligation.
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