A strong 2021 for Costa Rica’s dental travel sector?


Recent patient polls conducted by CostaRicaDentalGuide.com show 80% of potential patients surveyed feel comfortable that Costa Rica is a safe destination for dental tourism. 85% of patients believe that Costa Rica is one of the best dental tourism destinations in the world. 90% of patient respondents feel Costa Rica dental clinics are taking the necessary COVID-19 precautions to keep their patients safe.

On the ground, flights from the USA arrive daily at Juan Santamaría International Airport near San José, and private drivers, with face masks, representing Costa Rica dental clinics shuttle their patients to their hotels or to the clinics to begin their dental treatments in Costa Rica.

Leading Costa Rica dental tourism clinics, many of which were closed during much of 2020, are now once again receiving patients.

Some dental tourism clinics are offering generous discounts and promotions to generate new patient business. For example, Goodness Dental is offering a 10% discount on all dental treatments in January and February 2021. The clinic recently opened a private guest house for select patients offering free accommodation.

Another clinic, Getaway Dental is offering low rates for dental tourism patients, as well as a promotion that promises an airfare contribution of up to US$500 for patients.

All on Four Costa Rica in San José, is one of the few dental clinics dedicated exclusively to dental implants. It is offering patients a fixed package price of US$25,000 for four implants, and up to six more at no additional charge.



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