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Old 09-13-2012, 11:01 PM   #1
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Dental work

I am planning on spending winter in Arizona and planning to get some teeth cleaning and dental work done in Algadones Mexico, I've heard its a good place to get work done. Has anyone here had work done there and any advice you may have.

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Old 09-14-2012, 03:54 PM   #2
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There are dozens of good dental offices there. Suggest go over week before and make app'ts. Busiest day is Wed. Most all of the dentists were educated in either Mexico City or Arizona. All seem to be very qualified and very reasonable.

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You are aware that you do not take your car across the border. There is a huge parking lot on the US side & you walk into Mexico... Don't forget your passport....the Mexicans could careless, but you'll need it to come home!

Suggest you spend a day or two talking to people in the CG... Everyone in Yuma is crossing the border for dental, glasses, or prescription drugs....so there are lots of first hand recommendations.

Have a Corona & a carnitas while you are there!
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I wonder if they are ADA certified.
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When they work on your mouth in Mexico, they delete the English that it pronounces and they install Spanish. Uh...........ever thought how that may effect your life?!!
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