Dental Tourism: Here is what you need to know

Dental tourism: Here is what you need to know

Dental Tourism is an alternative to getting dental care performed in your own country where you can expect to pay many thousands of dollars LESS on your dental care by traveling to another country where dental care is much cheaper. No matter what your economic position is, putting your dental health off is not a good option, so dental tourism can make the entire process easier on you, your family and your pocket book, as well as less stressful because you'll be traveling to a new and beautiful place that will ALSO allow you to have a wonderful vacation as you're saving 50-90% on the cost of your dental work abroad.

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Dental Tourism is an alternative to getting dental care performed in your own country where you can expect to pay many thousands of dollars LESS on your dental care by traveling to another country where dental care is much cheaper. No matter what your economic position is, putting your dental health off is not a good option, so dental tourism can make the entire process easier on you, your family and your pocket book, as well as less stressful because you'll be traveling to a new and beautiful place that will ALSO allow you to have a wonderful vacation as you're saving 50-90% on the cost of your dental work abroad.

 

The Find Health in Ecuador Dental Clinic provides all types of dental services and comes highly recommended by the local expat community, in addition to the dental tourists they have served throughout the years. A dental implant ranges from $1,270-$1,500 depending on the type of crown the patient decides upon, and what the dentist recommends to him or her. The price includes the implant, abutment, crown and all other costs. In comparison, this type of procedure would cost on average around $4,000 in the U.S., so if you need several implants, bridges, crowns, etc., then dental tourism is something you should very truly consider and look into. One of the best things about Find Health in Ecuador is that they are willing to work on a customized basis with each and every dental tourist on his/her specific needs, whether the conversation be centered upon air travel, hotels, cellular service and specific dental concerns you might have.

 

Commonly Asked Questions by Dental Tourists

 What city do I fly to? There are actually two international airports in Ecuador, those being Guayaquil and the capital city of Quito. Guayaquil is around a three hour trip by English speaking taxi or commercial bus to Cuenca, so flying into Guayaquil is usually more convenient, although a flight from Quito to Cuenca is only around 45 minutes, so that is also a fine option too.

 

What do I need to do before I buy my flight?  You will need to contact Find Health in Ecuador via email at info@findhealthinecuador.com or call their US phone line at 941-227-0114. You will then need to send them your most recent dental x-rays, and Find Health in Ecuador will get back to you within a few days with a fully comprehensive and detailed treatment plan. They usually give you several options all in different price ranges, so you can choose the best one for you. At this time, they will also tell you how many days you will need to be in Ecuador, most likely ranging from 10-14 days. After agreeing to and confirming any other questions regarding your treatment plan and trip logistics, you can then go ahead and buy your plane ticket and we can schedule your dental appointments. Note: If you need implants, you will most likely need to return in several months to allow time for the implants to set in your bone before returning to Ecuador for your dental crowns. Also, if you need a bone graft, this time lapse also allows the bone to set.

 

What is the best way to contact the Find Health in Ecuador Dental Clinic from the U.S.? The best way to contact them is via email at info@findhealthinecuador.com or by telephone to their US phone line at 941-227-0114.

 

Do I need to speak Spanish if I come to Ecuador for Dental Tourism? No, you don't need to speak Spanish. They are all bilingual and speak both Spanish and English. Their dental specialists also speak English. They also can set you up at an English speaking hotel or hostel for as little as $10-$35 / night and even provide an English speaking taxi for you directly from the airport in Guayaquil to Cuenca. They recommend taking the bus from Guayaquil to Cuenca though, which is only $8, so you would simply need to take a taxi from the airport to the bus terminal and buy your bus ticket to Cuenca. Bus rides are around three hours to Cuenca, where you can then grab a taxi to your hotel in Cuenca itself.

 

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