See our frequently asked questions.
You can choose a specialist directly from the medical specialties or the locations available. Once you have selected the doctor you will see the clinic’s contact information.
All appointments are scheduled directly with the clinic.
You can see the contact information in the clinic's profile or you can register and contact the clinic through our website.
Yes, the application is very common with Mexicans business.
We only work with doctors that share our values for ethical medical practices and quality and that they have all the medical certifications up to date; That's why we take the time to do thorough research and select the best specialists in every major tourist destination and border cities.
All the clinics in our network have the highest standards for quality and services and are certified specialist. You will get the same state-of-the-art facilities as any clinic in the United States and Canada but with the warmth and hospitality that makes Mexico the 2nd top medical tourist destination in the world.
Yes, all the clinics showed in our network have passed our verification process where we make sure they meet US quality standards.
Our verified clinics guarantee their procedures.
Although nobody can guarantee 100%, you can have the security that all the listed clinics have passed the quality evaluation and that they have being in business for over 5 years.
You can visit our Dental Tourism Network to find the best dental clinics in Mexico. Visit their website to find more information http://dentaltourismexico.com
You can visit Mexico at any time of the year, the climate can vary from region, but depending on the season the weather can range from 70 to 90 Fahrenheit. We suggest checking the local weather in advance to your visit so you can be prepared.
Spanish is the main language in Mexico but the clinics in our network are fully prepared to attend you in English. In most tourist destinations and border cities, it's very common to find English speaking people.
Most establishments accept cash, credit or debit card, if you need to withdraw cash there are international banks and ATMs, consider that a fee might be applied when you use an international ATM.
Yes, our locations are in safe and friendly commercial zones near hotels, tourist attractions or the border.
We advise having the same precautions you have in your city and take the same common-sense precautions that you would when visiting a new country or city.
Yes, you will find ATMs at every bank, convenient stores, supermarkets or big retailers.
Yes, most places accept credit or debit cards.
Usually, Mexican clinics can't bill your insurance company directly, however, some insurance companies pay on a reimbursable basis. We recommend contacting your insurance company to make sure they will cover the services and get more information.
To rent a car in Mexico you will need a valid driver’s license, a credit card, and most car rental agencies require that the vehicle driver are at least 21 years.
We suggest booking with time to get the best deals.
Yes, we advise getting auto insurance in Mexico.
Some U.S. auto insurance companies have limited coverage in the first 25 miles but in case of an accident, the Mexican law does not recognize insurance policies that have not been issued by Mexican companies.
Contact your car insurance to get more information on your policy.
Yes, all our locations have good cellphone and internet reception.
Depending on your plan, some fees may apply, contact your provider to get more information.
Uber is more affordable, all our Mexican locations have Uber services available, if you're using taxi services we advise to use them at verified taxi centers and if you take one on the street check for a valid taxi id displayed on the window.
Yes, if you’re a surgery the doctor will ask you to get pre-ops.
It's not common to get pre-ops for procedures, but the specialist will determine if there’s any additional information that the test will provide.
A surgery consists in the physical intervention of tissue, as a general rule, a procedure does not involve cutting of patients' tissue.