Crossing borders for treatments like eye surgery and cheap medicine isn't a new thing for Americans, but the newest place we're turning to save money is Mexico and we're going for dental work. Dental treatments in the U.S. can cost up to four times as much as in Mexico, which makes it an enticing option for many uninsured Americans. Even if you do have dental insurance, many providers only cover basic treatments, which causes patients to resort to paying with credit cards and the high interest payments that follow. Many dentists are setting up offices conveniently on the border to capitalize on the growing demand for cheaper dental work.
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