Braces in Mexico: Prices, Clinics and Doctor Reviews

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Looking for Braces in Mexico? To make your choice, explore the ranking of 18 braces clinics and 3 doctors based on verified reviews, mostly left by visitors from the USA and the UK. In case you need any assistance, talk to a real person — our medically trained customer support is here for you 24/7.

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How much does braces cost in Mexico?

Updated: 2022-09-20
The average price of braces in Mexico is $2200, the minimum price is $1000, and the maximum price is $3700.
Mexico United States of America Turkey
Braces from $1000 - from $599
Metal braces (South Korea), 1 jaw from $1000 - -
Ceramic braces (South Korea), 1 jaw from $1300 - -
3М ESPE, ORMCO, DENTSPLY metal braces (USA, Germany), 1 jaw from $1000 - -
Clarity сeramic braces (USA), 1 jaw from $1300 - -
H4 self-ligating metal braces (USA), 1 jaw from $1500 - -
Clarity self-ligating ceramic braces (USA), 1 jaw from $1500 - -
Damon Clear self-ligating ceramic braces (USA), 1 jaw from $1650 - -
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18 Braces Clinics in Mexico Found

The hospitals ranking is based on 30 requests, prices, and information from 18 clinics

#1
American Dental Association

American Dental Association

American Dental Association (ADA) is the worlds largest and oldest national dental association and promotes good oral health to the public while representing the dental profession.

#3
Asociación Dental Mexicana

Asociación Dental Mexicana

The Asociación Dental Mexicana (ADM) implements the oral hygiene program for pre-school children. The main aim is the health education of children aged 3-5 years old. The program is based on oral hygiene methods, nutritional counseling, and preventive measures.

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#4
Asociación Dental Mexicana

Asociación Dental Mexicana

The Asociación Dental Mexicana (ADM) implements the oral hygiene program for pre-school children. The main aim is the health education of children aged 3-5 years old. The program is based on oral hygiene methods, nutritional counseling, and preventive measures.

#8
American Dental Association

American Dental Association

American Dental Association (ADA) is the worlds largest and oldest national dental association and promotes good oral health to the public while representing the dental profession.

Asociación Dental Mexicana

Asociación Dental Mexicana

The Asociación Dental Mexicana (ADM) implements the oral hygiene program for pre-school children. The main aim is the health education of children aged 3-5 years old. The program is based on oral hygiene methods, nutritional counseling, and preventive measures.

#9
American Dental Association

American Dental Association

American Dental Association (ADA) is the worlds largest and oldest national dental association and promotes good oral health to the public while representing the dental profession.

Asociación Dental Mexicana

Asociación Dental Mexicana

The Asociación Dental Mexicana (ADM) implements the oral hygiene program for pre-school children. The main aim is the health education of children aged 3-5 years old. The program is based on oral hygiene methods, nutritional counseling, and preventive measures.

#10
American Dental Association

American Dental Association

American Dental Association (ADA) is the worlds largest and oldest national dental association and promotes good oral health to the public while representing the dental profession.

American Academy of Implant Dentistry

American Academy of Implant Dentistry

The American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID) is the first specialized organization in the world. It consists of general dentists, surgeons, periodontists, orthopedists, and other dental specialists.

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The Best Braces Doctors in Mexico

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Emmanuel Leon
Dentist
Tijuana , Mexico
Dental Brush Clinic
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Tijuana, Mexico
Dental Brush Clinic
Samuel Alberto Guevara Gómez
Oral rehabilitation specialist Implantologist Periodontist Endodontist
Cancun , Mexico
Dentavida Clinic
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Cancun, Mexico
Dentavida Clinic
Alicia Cano
Dentist
Tijuana , Mexico
Advanced Dental Solutions
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Tijuana, Mexico
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FAQ about Braces in Mexico

Orthodontic treatment is the method to get a beautiful smile, and dental braces are the most feasible solution to making your smile brilliant. Braces can help you feel more confident and healthy since you will get a corrected bite and straight teeth.

According to the data, approximately 4 million people wear braces in the USA. Many of them visit other countries searching for more affordable orthodontic treatments because American clinics offer high cosmetic dentistry costs.

Why should you travel to Mexico to get braces, and what is the profit? Mexico is renowned for its first-rate dental services and experienced dentists who place braces of different types at a lower price than other states.

Read below all the information about dental braces in Mexico to dive deeper into the topic and to determine why it is worth opting for dental treatment.

What Are Dental Braces?

Braces are the tool in orthodontics to align your teeth and fix other dental problems, like malocclusion, overbite, and other issues with teeth and jaw. It is the only treatment to allow your child to correct the smile at a crucial moment. Most orthodontic treatment patients are under 18, but there are no restrictions to get braces correcting teeth for adults.

How do braces work? Traditional braces consist of brackets, wire, and elastics. All these components take part in the remodelling of your smile. They put pressure on your teeth and move them into the new correct position. This process takes time and may last from 12 months to several years from the first orthodontics appointment.

What Types of Braces Are Available in Mexico?

Traditional braces are made of different materials, determining their type and purpose. Only an orthodontist can sattle which type will be the best for your case. A specialist will prescribe the specific braces according to the patient's dental goals and oral health.

The orthodontic clinics in Mexico provide dental solutions to place different types of braces, namely:

  • Metal braces. It is the oldest (over 100 years old) and, nowadays, one of the most common types of braces applied to tackle problems with teeth. It ensures complex dental aesthetics for a patient’s smile. Traditional metal braces are made of steel or other metal alloys and are primarily used to provide the correct alignment of children's teeth. They constitute metal construction and wire, tied to braces with elastic bands. It is also the most affordable type of braces among all orthodontic options. However, it is the most noticeable, which may be a drawback.
  • Ceramic braces. This type of brace is less visible than metal ones because of the material they are made of. Still, it has almost the same effect on patients. It allows adjusting teeth into a new position to get a more aesthetic smile. A ceramic system is more costly than metal braces and may be colored if the patient will not follow the specified dental rules and provide good care to teeth.
  • Lingual braces. It is similar to traditional braces made of metal, with the same construction — metal brackets, wires, and elastic ties. The only difference is that this braces type is fixed behind the teeth. So nobody even notices you are wearing them. Lingual braces are an acceptable dental treatment for those who need an invisible solution. However, they are less effective and need more time to provide correct adjustments to teeth.
  • Self ligating braces or Damon braces. The construction and materials of such braces are very close to metal or ceramic ones, but there are clips to hold the braces instead of bands.
  • Clear braces or Invisalign. It is a type of transparent brackets that may be used in case of a few dental problems or other issues when combined with other braces. Clear aligners, also called invisible aligners, are a more expensive solution but have the advantages of being better looking and needing fewer appointments to the dentist.

Is It Okay to Get Braces in Another Country?

One of the key reasons patients prefer Mexico for treatment is to cut costs for the same quality of services as in the USA or Europe. It is worth keeping in mind that braces are the long-term solution to major dental issues with teeth and gum. However, it needs several visits to the doctor after braces placement. Just your braces installation in Mexico is over, you may not visit the country all the time you need correction. You can choose a dentist in your country who will adjust your bracket system.

There are benefits of putting braces in Mexico, as follows:

  • Money savings. The braces costs in Mexican clinics are several times lower than in the neighbouring USA. The price range in Mexico is $500-$4,500, depending on the complexity of treatment and braces types; in the USA — $4,000-$8,000.
  • Skilled doctors. All dental team members undergo training to enhance their qualifications and get specific knowledge in dentistry, especially orthodontics.
  • Advanced technologies. Mexican dental centres are equipped with hi-tech solutions to provide services at the highest level — from diagnosis to final treatment. Clinics apply materials with quality assurance from the top world manufacturers.

Is Getting Braces in Mexico Cheaper?

Mexico offers cost-effective treatment in a variety of medical specialties, including orthodontics. All dental works, like regular braces, implants, or even fillings, are cheaper because of lower dentists’ fees, education, and living itself.

According to Bookimed, there are more than 15 braces clinics in Mexico, the most significant number of which are located in Los Algodones and Mexico City. There are some discounts and special offers available for international patients. If you want to find more, contact the Bookimed coordinator, who will help you get the most beneficial treatment plan.

Moreover, some clinics in Mexico support dental insurance programs. Thus, you may contact your insurance provider and ask all questions about the possibility of covering your dental journey to Mexico.

How Much Are Invisible Braces in Mexico?

Invisible braces are a great alternative to traditional ones since they are not discernible and have fewer problems in care. However, the cost of this braces type is much higher compared to other ones. The prices of clear braces in the US may vary from $5,000 to $8,000, while costs in Mexico are at the $2,000-$2,500 level.

How Much Do Braces Cost in Mexico?

Braces costs differ a lot among countries. The average price of braces in Mexico depends on the types, clinic, and orthodontist you ensure your teeth and oral health conditions. But it is 40%-60% lower compared to the USA costs.

Check the comparison table to see the difference and your benefit.

Braces type

The average cost in Mexico

The average cost in the USA

Metal braces

$500

$4,000

Ceramic braces

$800

$5,000

Lingual braces

$1,200

$6,500

Self ligating braces (Damon braces)

$2,500

$7,000

Clear braces

$4,500

$8,000

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