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8 places to go shopping in Cancun

 

When you come to Cancun for your Dental Vacation there are many things you can do in this Caribbean paradise. You can go shopping in Cancun and find plenty of souvenirs, handcrafts and even high end products. You only need to know where to look! We will give you here a handy list and a small map with the best shopping places in Cancun.

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Mini implants information Snap in Dentures

What do you know about mini implants?

Let go over the basics about mini implants. The main difference between mini implants and regular implants are the size. Mini implants are a few millimeters wide, and thanks to their small size they can be inserted into areas where regular implants are not an option. They are made of the same Grade 5 titanium alloy than regular sized implants. Grade 5 titanium is excellent for use on dental treatments for its bio-compatibility with both human bone and tissue.

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Dental Implants and cheap dentist in Cancun

Dental Implants Success story!! Check out this Happy Patient!

Once again we want to share with you another of our happy patients! Her name is Linda, and she came from Virginia, USA for her dental implants. Back home, the estimates from the dentists in Virginia were simply too expensive, reaching up $12,000 USD! Linda knew she had to find an alternative and this is how she learned about the dental services at our clinic. She got in contact with us and we gave her a full evaluation about her case.

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Six Million Dollar Man, Bionic Man Modern Implants

Implants: From Fiction to Reality!?

Do you remember this man?

He’s Lee Majors playing the character of Steve Austin, better known as the Six Million Dollar Man. This science fiction series from the 70’s followed Austin through his amazing adventures as an special agent after he was “rebuilt” by a government organization. Steve Austin became a pop culture icon.  When the 6 Six Million Dollar Man was aired the technology was seen as mostly science fiction. Rejection rates were high… but even then, we had come a long way since the very first prosthesis.

 

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Dental Implants costs solutions

How to avoid ‘catastrophic dental health expenditure’ (CDHE)

About 20% of Americans struggle to pay medical bills and 60% of bankruptcies are due to medical bills. The high cost of dental care can put considerable strain on household finances. Several studies have identified this as a ‘catastrophic dental health expenditure‘ or CDHE for short. Expenditure was defined as catastrophic if it was equal to or higher than 40% of the household’s capacity to pay.

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