Enjoy low cost pricing without leaving the US
As costs of healthcare rise across the USA, many Americans are forgoing much needed care to save money. This trend is most prominent in dentistry, which inevitably results in more expensive or complicated procedures down the line, including those to address eventual tooth loss.
Some Americans are turning to dental tourism to get dental work done at the price of lower cost countries. In near-shore countries the costs of dental care can appear to be 50% lower. However, do the cost savings outweigh the risks of entrusting a foreign clinic with their oral health? Once you factor in flights, accommodations, and ground transportation, for 2 to 4 visits, would there be much savings to talk about?
Other important questions to consider include:
• What standards would a foreign facility be measured by?
• What pharmaceuticals would be available?
• What are your options if something goes wrong?
• Will you be able to communicate effectively?
• What laws protect you as a patient?
• Can you use insurance abroad?
• What products are used? Are they FDA approved?
• Would a US dentist be able to treat you in a post-op emergency that may arise?
An Orlando, Florida dentist may be a more viable option for dental tourists who reside in higher cost US cities or states such as Georgia, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Texas, New York, or California.
In Orlando, a single implant may cost an average of $3500 while the same in Connecticut might cost $6000, or in New Hampshire, $8000. Dental tourists coming to Orlando can enjoy short, cheap flights into one of the world’s busiest airports and stay for a short family vacation to visit seven of the world’s top theme parks.
At Lake Lucerne Lifestyle Dentistry, we will coordinate your hotel arrangements nearby and assist you locally. On surgery day, we will even cover hotel accommodation so you have one less thing to worry about on such an exciting day.
Call us at (407) 410-4489 for more information about Orlando Dental Tourism.
“Very thorough and lets me know how I am doing with my dental health!”Nancy G.