Sani Dental Group Dental clinic in Los Algodones, Mexico

Sani Dental Group is one of the largest dental groups in Mexico, comprising more than 35 dentists and specialists based at three clinics, two in Los Algodones and one in Cancun Riviera. The Group`s dentists are all graduates from top Universities in Mexico and have had further training at prestigious institutions including Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Loma Linda.

With on-site dental laboratories and diagnostics, including CT scanning, Sani Dental Group clinics offer a comprehensive, one-stop dental service covering a wide range of specialties, including oral surgery, implantology, periodontics and endodontics.

Prices for dental services at Sani Dental Group are up to 40-60% lower than those in the US and Canada. Their dentists are widely recognised for their excellence in treatments such as:

  • Dental implants
  • Dentures
  • Dental crowns
  • Full mouth restoration
  • Bone graft/sinus lift
  • Cosmetics
  • Dental laser
  • Dental veneers

Treatments provided

  • Crown - porcelain
  • Crown - porcelain bonded
  • Porcelain veneer
  • Tooth extraction - single tooth
  • Tooth extraction - wisdom tooth

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Alamo 287
Los Algodones
Baja California

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