How Much Does Dental Work Cost in Mexico?

In the recent years, the cost of dental work has escalated in the US and quite a few Americans cannot pay for it. The Federal Reserve’s report on the Well-Being of U.S. Households states that nearly 25% of the individuals could not afford to visit the dentist due to the costs involved1.

How much for dental work in Mexico?

For such individuals, dental care in Mexico becomes a viable and an attractive option. If you are wondering how much dental work south of the border is, it is just about a fraction of the US prices.

Get cheap dental work right across the border at approximately one-third the costs in the US! We provide a comprehensive range of dental work in Cancun, Tijuana, Rosarito, Puerto Vallarta, and Los Algodones.

How Much are Tooth Implants?

Our network clinics offer dental implants in Mexico at very reasonable rates. Below is the price list for various dental implant procedures:

 Procedure Los Algodones Tijuana Rosarito Puerto Vallarta Cancun
All on 4 Implants From $8,950 with fixed acrylic bridge (upper or lower arch) From $8,650
MegaGen All on 6 Implants From $7,980 (upper or lower arch) From $7,400 From $10,000 (upper and lower) From $10,000
Nobel Biocare All on 6 Implants From $11,280 (upper or lower arch) From $10,350
All on 8 Implants From $10,280 with fixed porcelain bridge (upper or lower arch) From $9,500
Bone Grafting (large) $400-600
Bone Grafting (small) $300
From $5000-8000


Dental implants help prevent healthy adjoining teeth from drifting away due to the empty spaces created by the missing teeth. (Source: American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID).
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Per Unit Price

Tijuana Los Algodones Puerto Vallarta Cancun
Standard Dental Implant Starting at $699 $750 $900 $890 (traditional)
Abutment and Porcelain Crown Starting at $500 $470

How Much are Dentures?

Individuals who are edentulous (with no teeth) or missing multiple teeth in their upper/lower jaw may benefit the most with low-priced implants in the dental tourism destinations. Dentures on implants can help you have an instant smile. Check out our price list for overdentures:

  Rosarito Puerto Vallarta Cancun
Implant Supported Overdentures From $3,600 $2,000 $2,100

Full Mouth Restoration Package

Full mouth restoration, also known as full mouth reconstruction, involves extensive oral rehabilitation to replace missing, damaged or worn out teeth.

The process involves improving the functions of the mouth and overall aesthetics. It may include the following dental treatments:

  • Dental Implants (All-on-4 and All-on-6/8)
  • Dental Crowns
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Dental Bridges
  • Overdentures

Our full mouth reconstruction package for TJ and Rosarito are:

  Tijuana Rosarito
Full Mouth Restoration Package $19,800
Includes 6 implants for each arch
Abutments/Laser Therapy
$ 16,888
6 Dental Implants for each arch
Abutments and Crowns
Smile Makeover Package $6,999
Upper or Lower Mouth Restoration Package $ 8,999
Abutments and Crowns

What is the Price of Dental Crowns?

Dental work in Cancun, Tijuana, Los Algodones, and Puerto Vallarta can save you hundreds of dollars! We offer various types of dental crowns, including PFM (porcelain-fused-to-metal) crown, all porcelain, E-max, gold, and zirconium crowns.

  Los Algodones Puerto Vallarta Cancun
Ceramic Metal Fused Crown $550
Crown on Implant $470 $900 $735
Full Porcelain Crown $340 $650
Gold Crown $700
High Noble Metal Porcelain Crown $500 $515
Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal Crown $180 $500 $515


Almost 19% of adults aged 65 and over are edentulous (with no teeth)2
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How Much for Dental Work in US & Canada vs. Mexico?

Here’s a quick summary of the dental prices compared to the average prices in the USA and Canada:


Procedure Mexico USA Canada Average Savings
All on 4 Implants $8,650 $29,000 $26,000 70%
Implant Supported Denture $2,000 $6,000 $5,000 67%
Full Porcelain Crown $650 $2,500 $2,200 74%

Note: US and Canada cost taken from Realself

Why Choose Us?

What is a major benefit of dental tourism in Mexico? The answer is simple – SAVINGS! The country offers quality dental work at 70% less than the US. Besides savings, other reasons to choose a clinic south of the border are:

World-Class Technology

Our network clinic in Los Algodones features:

  • CAD/CAM Technology
  • Filtered Water
  • Room Sterilization System
  • Dental Laser Technology

In-House Dental Lab

Several of our network clinics have an in-house dental lab where they fabricate crowns and dentures.

Certified Dental Clinics

Our Los Algodones based network dental clinic, for example, is a member of the ADA (American Dental Academy), and also locally certified.

Multi-Specialty Centers

Our multi-specialty dental centers offer oral surgery, orthodontics, prosthodontics, endodontics, and sedation dentistry. Our team of dental doctors is bilingual, skilled, and qualified.

Mexican Vacation

Making a dental trip across the border is convenient because of Mexico’s proximity to the US and Canada. You can combine your dental trip with a vacation, and explore the vistas of this wonderful country.

Dental Discount Plans

Our Algodones based dental facility offers special tariffs for customers and also assists in travel planning and sightseeing. As part of their special promotional offer, they are currently offering three free nights at Hotel Hacienda, Los Algodones for dental work exceeding $2,000. (Promotions are time based and may expire without prior notice; contact us for the latest information.)

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Medical Loans

For people seeking affordable dental treatment without burdening their pocket, financing is an easy option. We assist in medical loans with low interest rates.

Many Happy Clients

Check out one of our Mexico dental testimonials, and see how happy our American clients are of our dental services south of the border.why choose us

What are My Travel Options?

You can choose from various Mexican cities including Rosarito, Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Tijuana, and Los Algodones. Our wide-spread hospital network allows quality and affordable dental treatments to all our clients.

What Explains the Lower Prices?

· Low Operating Costs: The cost of living in Mexico is much low as compared to the US. Thus, the cost of real estate, dental equipment, and labor is also less.

· No Malpractice Insurance: There is no mandatory malpractice insurance here, unlike in the United States.

· No Student Debt: Mexico dentists graduate with low student debt as the Government subsidizes their dental education, whereas, this is not the case in the US. They graduate with student education loan and thus charge their clients with more money.


Do You Accept Cash?

Yes, we do. We also accept major credit and debit cards, personal, traveler’s and cashier’s checks, and wire transfers.

How can I Reach Mexico?

Flying In

Flights to all major Mexican airports are available on a daily basis from the US and Canada. Flights are available from Miami, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Vancouver (Canada) and Toronto (Canada).

By Road

If you prefer driving into Mexico, you can park on the US side of the border or take it directly with suitable permit arrangements. Remember the following before making a border crossing:

  • Purchase mandatory Mexican auto insurance online or at the border before entering Mexico
  • American citizens driving to Mexico should carry a valid driver’s license at all times
  • US driver’s licenses are valid south of the border
  • If you are not the owner of the vehicle, make sure the owner is in the vehicle

Border Crossings

The following is the list of cities which can be reached from the USA side by crossing the border:

US Port of Entry Mexico Border Crossing Time
San Ysidro, San Diego, California Tijuana, Rosarito Open 24*7
Andrade, California Los Algodones Open 6:00 am -10:00 pm

Puerto Vallarta and Cancun can be reached via air as road travel to these cities may take more than a day.

San Ysidro is termed as the busiest Port of Entry in the Western Hemisphere by the U.S. General Services Administration (


What Do I Need to Enter Mexico?

The US Department of State suggests:

  • Obtaining an entry permit or FMM (Forma Migratoria Multiple)
  • A valid passport

Re-Entering Canada/United States

In order to return back to the US from Mexico by land or sea, a valid WHTI-compliant (Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative) document is needed. In some cases, below mentioned documents may be required.

  • Trusted Traveler Cards (NEXUS, SENTRI, or FAST)
  • Enhanced Driver’s License
  • Enhanced Tribal Cards

Americans re-entering the US by air, must present a US passport book, while Canadians must present a valid Canadian passport on returning back.

How do I Make Arrangements?

We can help you make travel arrangements and also provide assistance with lodging. Our dedicated case managers are there 24*7 to answer all your queries.

Check out our detailed price list here.

Important: All prices are subject to change without prior notice.

For more information on Low Cost Dental Work in Mexico, contact us now!


  1. Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households in 2014.
  2. Dye BA, Thornton-Evans G, Li X, Iafolla TJ. Dental caries and tooth loss in adults in the United States, 2011–2012. NCHS data brief, no 197. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. 2015.