3 Reasons to Have Your Root Canal in Mexico City

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In this Dental Departures article, we list out the three top reasons to head to Mexico for dental treatment; specifically, we look at the capital, Mexico City, and point you in the direction of some of our fully background-checked dentists who are experienced in root canal treatment (endodontics).  

#1 The Low Prices

This is always the biggest reason why people from the US and Canada travel to Mexico for dental procedures. As an idea, here is a comparison of root canal prices in Mexico City:

  • Cost of root canal in the US: USD $1,275
  • Cost of root canal in Canada: CAD $ 1,636
  • Cost of root canal in Mexico City: USD $247 / CAD $317

While these prices are averages at the time of writing, you can see that it's possible to easily save a thousand dollars on your root canal by going to Mexico City.

Rest assured that this discount doesn’t force you to compromise on your health. The main reason why even the top clinics in Mexico are able to offer such great prices is that it costs much less to run a clinic there than it does in the US and Canada.

Mexico also has a lower overall cost of living, while competition between clinics also helps to keep those prices down. 

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#2 World-Class Clinics and Dentists

While there might be some clinics in Mexico that aren’t up to the mark, there are plenty of excellent ones. And thanks to Dental Departures, you can focus on the former.

That's because we go to great lengths to ensure a high standard of clinics is maintained on our database. From conducting background checks to onsite visits to collating real patient reviews, we leave no stone unturned to bring only the best clinics within your reach.

Here are 3 of the best clinics to consider for your root canal in Mexico City:

These are the types of clinics that make you travel worth it. The clinics are run by experienced, often internationally-trained dentists and supported by a hospitable staff. They speak English as well so you need not worry about any language barrier.

#3 Enjoy a Fab Vacation at the Same Time

Let’s not forget the tourism part in dental tourism.

Built on the ruins of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, Mexico City is the most populous city in North America with 8.8 million people, closely followed by New York City with a population of 8.5 million. From the Historic Center of Mexico City to the floating gardens of Xochimilco, the city has its fair share of tourist attractions.

There are over 150 museums, dozens of pretty parks and countless bars and restaurants making the Mexican capital one of the must-visit places in the region for nightlife. 

Check out this Mexico City travel guide for some more useful info. 

The Bottom Line

Mexico City is just one of several cities in the country in which international patients can save on their dental care without ever having to compromise on quality - which is something you never want to do when undergoing a root canal

To get started, take a look through our root canal dentists in Mexico City; compare prices, reviews, photos and book your free appointment through our site. Alternatively, contact the Dental Departures Customer Care Team to get a free quote today. 

Sources:

How Much Does it Cost to Live in Mexico? International Living. Website accessed: 8 November 2020. https://internationalliving.com/countries/mexico/cost-of-living-in-mexico/

What is a Root Canal? American Association of Endodontists. Website accessed: 8 November 2020. https://www.aae.org/patients/root-canal-treatment/what-is-a-root-canal/

Holland, Mary; Lindeman, Scarlett. 25 Best Things to Do in Mexico City. Conde Nast Traveler. 7 January 2020. https://www.cntraveler.com/gallery/best-things-to-do-in-mexico-city

In this Dental Departures article, we list out the three top reasons to head to Mexico for dental treatment; specifically, we look at the capital, Mexico City, and point you in the direction of some of our fully background-checked dentists who are experienced in root canal treatment (endodontics).