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How Dental Implants Abroad Will Improve Your Smile
Posted by skymedicus STAFF on 7/25/2017 4:28 PM | Last Modified: August 2, 2017
Let’s face it -- and yes, pun intended – feeling self-conscious about one’s smile can have an adverse impact on quality of life. Or to put this in more positive terms, people who smile more aren’t just happier, but they have more reasons to be happy.
Indeed, as LaughterOnlineUniversity.com cheerfully points out, there are several benefits of smiling more, including: elevated mood, stronger immune system, stronger personal and professional relationships, more career earnings, and the happy list goes on.
Tragically however, millions of people aren’t enjoying these smile-related benefits, because they have a missing tooth or teeth. It’s not that they don’t want to smile, or that they couldn’t find reasons to smile. It’s that, as noted above, they’re self-conscious about their smile, and the only thing they dread more than thinking about it, is when some pulls out a camera or smartphone and says: “Picture time! Now give me a big smile!”
Well, if you’re among the people who fall into this category – and again, there are millions across the country – then we have some inspiring news: dental implants abroad are surprisingly affordable, safe and sought after by millions of dental tourists from the U.S., Canada, the UK, and dozens of other countries around the world where the costs of dental care are somewhere between excessive and prohibitive. For example, a single dental implant in the U.S. can cost around $5000, while the exact same treatment performed in Mexico can cost less than $1500.
What’s more, getting dental implants abroad will do more than improve your appearance, confidence and self-esteem (and make you look forward to getting picture taken rather than dread it!). There are several other advantages as well, including:
Furthermore, unlike dentures, dental implants are permanent and extremely strong. In fact, they’re stronger than natural teeth, which means that you won’t have to live in fear of breakage as you chomp down on nuts, seeds, or other foods that denture-wearers typically must avoid.
To learn more about how dental implants abroad will improve your smile – and can enhance your quality of life -- contact the SkyMedicus team today. Your consultation with us is free, and rest assured that unlike some other companies, we do NOT try and “sell you” dental tourism. Rather, we empower you with information, so that you can make a choice that is best for you.
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Topics: Dental Medical Tourism