DITCH your dentist… and get the BEST dental deal of your LIFE

If there’s one thing every American has in common, it’s the fear of going to the dentist.

For some, it boils down to pure HATRED.

But it’s not just the root canals… or the fillings… and extractions… that breed such disdain.

Because if there’s any medical bill that could bankrupt you, it’s one for dental work.

Even when it’s for a procedure you desperately need… to get rid of the excruciating pain you’re in…

Your insurance might only cover a FRACTION of the cost.

And you’re left either grinning and bearing your way through the AGONY… or paying through the nose to take care of your teeth.

There’s another way to get the dental work you need…

And THOUSANDS of Americans have used this trick to restore their winning smiles –WITHOUT having to give their eyeteeth to their local dentist.

Dentist prices… SLASHED by 75%

In the last decade or two, a small town of just over 5,000 residents has earned the nickname “Molar City.”

It’s located 140 miles east of San Diego, California… and less than 6 miles west of Yuma, Arizona.

But to get to Molar City, you’ve got to cross over… into Baja, Mexico.

For scores of Americans, it’s worth the trip to Los Algodones to visit one of the nearly 350 dentists practicing in the center of town…

Especially if they’re long in the tooth and need to get fitted for a crown, bridge, or dentures.

It’s not just for the uninsured.

In fact, many of the seniors who make the trek across the border to this “City of Dentists” HAVE insurance policies back home.

But they can save a BUNDLE by foregoing that coverage and just paying a pittance for what might’ve cost them hundreds or even thousands of dollars at their regular dentist’s office.

In fact, most procedures cost 70 to 75% less in Los Algodones than they would in the U.S.

How can Mexican dentists afford to charge so little for their services?

Well, there are two factors that can be very pricey in the U.S. but very cheap in Mexico: real estate and labor.

Don’t worry — the quality of the care provided is still very high.

In fact, aspokesman for the American Dental Association has even praised Mexico for how good the country’s dentists are.

But because the Mexican government subsidizes the education of dentists, they don’t need YOUR money to pay off their medical school bills.

While U.S. dollars are accepted in cash, you can even use your Visa or Mastercard credit card to pay.

You won’t even need to spend the night in Mexico – most procedures take just a day, thanks to the high concentration of dental labs making hardware and implants right in town.

And Los Algodones is so close to the U.S. that most medical tourists can get a hotel in California or Arizona… or drive or fly home from there.

The best time of year to visit this “dental capital of Mexico” is the winter, when the weather isn’t too hot – but that also means that it’s the busiest, making wait times particularly long.

You can get all the information you need from an organization based in Yuma called Dentists of Algodones, which can help you choose a dentist and make an appointment. For more information, visit their website at Dentistsofalgodones.com.