Dentists in Mexico should be dancing in the streets over Obama’s new health care reform bill, as the majority of the dental treatments received by Americans in Mexico fall within the areas that will continue to be denied coverage by American insurers, Medicare, and Medicaid.

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Why does a simple thing like a root canal cost so much?


Figure $800-3,000 for one tooth depending on number of roots and clinic. And that’s for 45 minutes to 90 minutes of the dentist’s time. The higher figure of $3,000 represents fancy clinics in the trendier parts of big cities while the $800 figure is average for small town USA.  So it’s little wonder why many dentists can afford to own Mercedes and Jags (my Pasadena  dentist drove a Lamborghini) while us poor folk have to move about in more humble forms of transportation.


Imagine earning $800-$3,000 an hour... 

Doctors and dentists in the USA have historically cried that they have large medical school loans to repay and consequently have to charge a lot for their services.  The new Health Care Reform bill will eventually take the wind out of that argument as it provides for subsidies for dental schools and students.  This is a half-step in catching up to the rest of the world’s industrialized nations (including  Mexico) that pay most, if not all a medical student’s education.  Aarp members, unions and the uninsured across the nation applauded - the idea....


Root canals have to be one of the dentist's highest profit margin treatments - it's pure labor by the dentist - takes about an hour, and US dentists get $800 - $3,000 vs. $450 from a dentist in Mexico.

Many countries require a year in public health care service from the doctors in return upon graduation thus enhancing the Public Option and helping keep a lid on the cost of Private Care reasonable via competition.  The net result is that eventually, the country eliminates the ‘Doctor is God’ myth, bringing respect and compensation for the medical profession more in line with that of engineers, architects, business managers etc.  The medical and dental professions are applied sciences – technical trades if you will, and the doctors need not be treated as or compensated like rock stars.  

Dentists in Mexico should be dancing in the streets over Obama’s new health care reform bill, as the majority of the medical and dental treatments received by Americans in Mexico fall within the areas that will continue to be denied coverage by American insurers, Medicare, and Medicaid.


  Obama Care does nothing to address the high cost of dental treatments...



The Health Care Reform plan like most dental insurance plans does nothing to address the high costs of dental treatments in the US.  It allocates money for dental schools, equipment, computer record keeping systems, allows more low income 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 health care insurance company lobbyists! 

So what does a person do when he or she needs 3 crowns, 2 root canals, a bridge or a full-mouth restoration?  They do the same as they did before Health Care Reform.  Skip the vacation and mortgage the house.  Or take a Mexico dental vacation. You can Fly Free or Stay Free at resort hotels in Cabo San Lucas, Cancun or Puerto Vallarta courtesy of board certified specialist dentists in Mexico found at the About Mexican Dentists website.  Let your dentist in Mexico pay for your vacation next time instead of the other way around.



Mexico dental vacation advice from About Mexican Dentists .com. 

You’ll be safe, and confident knowing you have the most highly-skilled professional dentist in Mexico when you are being treated by a board certified dentist. General dentists in Mexico are not board certified in the advanced specialty dentistry most dental tourists are looking for such as dental implants, cosmetic dental makeovers, root canals, crowns etc.  But they are more than happy to learn at your expense. Certified dentists in Mexico have 2-4 more years of specialist training than general dentists in Mexico and cost the same as general dentists.

About Mexican Dentists .com is the only Mexico dental travel company that features Board Certified Dentists in Mexico exclusively. And the only Mexican dental tourism company that is owned by an American dentist who stands behind and recommends his affiliate board certified dentists in Mexico. Visit the About Mexican Dentists Free Online Consultation page for more about Mexican dental costs,  Mexico travel including information on AMD Mexican Dentists Fly Free or Stay Free Mexico hotel or resort program.







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