Dental

MyMedChoices DENTAL

MyMedChoices DENTAL provides access to the TOP dental services and around the globe. We are a United States based company that will give you the patient choices and options to the highest quality dental facilities with transparent pricing. All dentists in our database are required to complete the same educational standards and hands-on experience as dentists in the U.S., and dental offices must be licensed as well. This ensures that you will receive the same quality of care on either side of the border.

Although the same materials are used for dental procedures in the U.S. and across the border, you can expect savings of about 50-75% at the dental clinics that MMC provides. For example, the average cost of a dental crown in the U.S. is $1,200-$2,000, while across the border in it’s closer to $250-$600. The difference in cost makes a huge difference with pricier dental services like dental implants and cosmetic procedures, especially those that are not covered by most U.S. and Canadian-based dental insurance policies.

At the Dentist

The areas we cover are:

  • Dental Implants
  • Dental Crowns

  • Snap-On Dentures

  • Veneers

  • Braces/Invisalign

  • Root Canal Treatment

  • Tooth-Colored Fillings

  • Wisdom Teeth Extractions

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dental Cleaning

  • Other

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It’s no secret that the price of dental care in the United States and Canada is out of control. For many, dental insurance is quite limited in what it covers, meaning half or more of the cost for procedures is paid out of pocket. Yearly insurance limits are generally around $1,500—which doesn’t cover much when you get into serious treatments. Certain procedures, often considered cosmetic, are not covered at all. Many people—an estimated 114 million in the United States—have no dental insurance, including 46 million people 65 or older. Standard Medicare does not cover any dental work.

All this means that for the average person, the cost of dental care is often unaffordable, and dental procedures are frequently postponed despite discomfort. Those who do pay for necessary work, can end up in debt, using their own credit cards or the ones the staff at the dental clinic are happy to sign them up to.

All told, Americans paid close to $125 billion for dental care in 2016, says the American Dental Association. When a simple exam from a dentist averages about $200 in the U.S. without insurance, a filing will run you $300, a root canal or crown will run you about $1,000, and something major like implants will be several thousand per tooth, it’s no wonder Americans are stressed about their dental care.