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We are so excited that you are exploring the possibility of traveling to Mexico City. At Globalcare we put together this one pager to prepare you for your visit!

Getting there

Mexico City's international airport is exceptionally well-connected, with approximately 3,500 weekly flights. Should a direct flight be unavailable, most U.S. airlines provide connections from major hubs such as Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Houston, Dallas, and Atlanta.

Arrival into the city

Traveling through large airports can sometimes be intimidating, but there's no need to worry when arriving at Mexico City's Benito Juárez International Airport. Despite its size, your arrival experience here will be quite similar to other Mexican airports—efficient, well-organized, and equipped with clear signage and numerous traveler services. This consistency ensures a smooth and welcoming start to your visit, even in one of Latin America’s busiest hubs.

You will arrive at Mexico City's international airport and proceed through immigration. The Transportation Authority in Mexico speaks English, so if you're asked about your visit, feel free to mention that you're in the city for dental treatment.

After passing through immigration, if you have checked your luggage, you'll collect it before heading to customs. There, you'll fill out a straightforward form and submit it to the customs officials. Like many airports in Mexico, Mexico City uses a semaphore system where you will press a button: red to request a further check or green to proceed to the exit.

If you've opted for our transportation services, your driver will wait for you outside customs to escort you to your hotel. If you haven't arranged our transportation, you can secure a taxi at the airport's official taxi stand or choose a ride-share service from your preferred provider. Simply join the queue and wait for your ride to your hotel.

Accommodations

Globalcare has partnered with select hotel chains and specific locations to ensure that your accommodations meet your expectations. Regardless of your choice, please ensure everything in your room functions appropriately upon arrival. If you run into any issues that affect your comfort, Globalcare will attend to them.

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FAQs

What is the best time to visit Mexico City for dental treatment?

Mexico City enjoys a pleasant climate year-round, but the best time to visit is during the dry season from November to April. This period offers comfortable temperatures and minimal rainfall, making it ideal for travel and recovery after dental procedures.

How safe is Mexico City for medical tourists?

Mexico City is considered safe for medical tourists, especially in well-known areas like Polanco, La Condesa, and Roma. Globalcare ensures that all recommended accommodations and transportation services prioritize your safety. Always follow local guidelines and exercise standard travel precautions.

How do I arrange transportation from the airport to my hotel?

If you have booked Globalcare's transportation services, your driver will wait for you outside customs. You can book a taxi at the airport’s official taxi stand or use a ride-sharing service if you haven’t. We also offer a convenient Globalcare transfer service to make your journey hassle-free.

What kind of dental treatments can I receive in Mexico City?

Our clinics in Mexico City offer a wide range of dental treatments, including cosmetic procedures, dental implants, orthodontics, and more. All treatments are performed by highly qualified dentists in state-of-the-art facilities.

Are the dental clinics in Mexico City equipped with modern technology?

Yes, the dental clinics partnered with Globalcare in Mexico City are equipped with the latest dental technology and adhere to high standards of hygiene and care. This ensures you receive high-quality treatment comparable to what you would find in the US or Canada.

How can I communicate with the dental staff if I don't speak Spanish?

The Globalcare network accepts only clinics with English-speaking staff to ensure a great experience for you. Globalcare also provides assistance to ensure smooth communication during your dental trip. Part of your journey with us includes a pre-travel introductory call with the specialists so you can hear for yourself.

What should I pack for my dental trip to Mexico City?

Pack comfortable clothing suitable for the climate, all necessary travel documents, and any medications you are taking. Don’t forget to bring any dental records that may be helpful for your treatment. Also, consider bringing entertainment or work items for recovery periods.

Can I combine my dental treatment with tourism in Mexico City?

Absolutely! Mexico City is a vibrant metropolis with a rich cultural heritage, delicious cuisine, and numerous attractions. While your primary purpose is dental treatment, feel free to explore the city’s landmarks, museums, and parks during your stay, ensuring you balance your activities with adequate rest and recovery.

How much can I save by getting dental treatment in Mexico City compared to the US or Canada?

Dental treatments in Mexico City can cost up to 70% less than equivalent procedures in the US or Canada. The exact savings depend on the specific treatment, but rest assured, you will receive excellent care at a fraction of the cost.

How can I move around the city during my stay?

Mexico City has a robust transportation system, including taxis, ride-sharing services, buses, and a metro system. For convenience and safety, we recommend using ride-sharing services or arranging transportation through Globalcare. If you plan to explore the city, walking in well-populated areas and using the metro for longer distances are good options.

What is the best area to stay in Mexico City?

The best areas for medical tourists to stay in Mexico City include Polanco, La Condesa, and Roma. These neighborhoods are close to our clinics, offer various dining and entertainment options, and are known for their safety and accessibility.

Polanco: An upscale area known for its high-end shops, luxury hotels, and fine dining. It’s a safe and convenient choice for medical tourists.

La Condesa: A trendy neighborhood with a vibrant social scene, featuring many cafes, bars, and restaurants. It's ideal for those looking to experience the city's nightlife and cultural attractions.

Roma: Known for its bohemian vibe, Roma offers a mix of historical and modern attractions, with plenty of dining and entertainment options.

What types of accommodations does Globalcare recommend?

Globalcare has partnered with select hotel chains and specific locations to ensure your comfort and convenience. Our recommendations range from luxury hotels to more budget-friendly options, all vetted to meet our high standards of quality and service. You can review our partner hotels here.

Is it easy to navigate Mexico City without speaking Spanish?

Yes, many people in Mexico City, especially those working in tourism and healthcare, speak English. Additionally, signage in tourist areas is often bilingual. However, learning a few basic Spanish phrases can enhance your experience and help with everyday interactions

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Ready to change your life and smile with confidence? Contact Globalcare today to learn more about our All-on-4 dental packages in Mexico. Your journey to an improved quality of life starts here.

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Mexico City

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Pasadena 18, Colonia del Valle Sur, Benito Juárez, 03100, CDMX

Full service in English
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Guadalajara

11685

Puerto Vallarta

11685

Tijuana

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Mexico City

$12,500

Bogotá

$10,928

Mexico City

$12,500

Guadalajara

$9,000

Cancun

$12,500

West Virginia

$23,600

Wyoming

$26,600

Vermont

$33,400

Washington

$43,600

Wisconsin

$33,200

Virginia

$31,800

Utah

$25,700

Texas

$33,200

Tennessee

$32,100

South Dakota

$27,500

South Carolina

$27,700

Rhode Island

$32,000

Oregon

$32,800

Oklahoma

$30,300

Pennsylvania

$31,800

Ohio

$32,300

New York

$43,400

Nevada

$34,700

New Jersey

$37,800

North Dakota

$31,400

New Mexico

$30,600

New Hampshire

$39,700

Nebraska

$28,900

North Carolina

$33,100

Montana

$26,400

Mississippi

$26,600

Missouri

$30,000

Minnesota

$34,900

Maryland

$34,700

Michigan

$29,200

Maine

$30,500

Massachusetts

$36,300

Louisiana

$26,600

Kentucky

$27,600

Kansas

$29,500

Illinois

$32,000

Idaho

$26,600

Indiana

$35,100

Iowa

$30,300

Hawaii

$31,900

Florida

$31,800

Georgia

$36,900

Delaware

$37,800

Dist of Columbia

$38,500

Connecticut

$36,100

Colorado

$34,900

California

$32,600

Arkansas

$26,400

Arizona

$31,100

Alaska

$21,500

Alabama

$25,500

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