Dental Coto Publishes Guide To Dental Implants In Costa Rica

Costa Rica has become a popular and reputable destination to travel for dental implants and many other dental procedures. The Central American country is home to exceptional healthcare professionals and modernized facilities.

Cartago, Costa Rica - September 18, 2019 / / —

Dental Coto Costa Rica and Dr. Marco Vinicio Coto are pleased to announce that the Costa Rica dental implant expert team provides top-quality dental services, including dental implants in Costa Rica. Since the current healthcare climate in America has made services more expensive than many can afford, many U.S. citizens are willing to visit other countries, namely Costa Rica, as tourists to receive dental care from distinguished medical practices at a significantly lower cost.

At Clínica Dental Coto in Costa Rica, patients can rest assured that dental needs will be treated by a hospitable staff utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, making a quality choice for the appointment. Clínica Dental Coto offers a variety of procedures to enhance and restore dental health, including the implementation of crowns, fixed implant bridges and implant-supported prosthesis options.

More details are available at http://clinicadentalcoto.com

Clínica Dental Coto was founded in 1968 in Cartago, Costa Rica. Now with more than 30 years of practice and specialization in various branches of modern dentistry, the Coto family continues to operate the practice as the city’s leading dental clinic. The Dental Coto procedures include dental implants, porcelain veneers, dental bridges, dental crowns, full mouth rehab, root canals, dental fillings, oral surgeries, inlays and onlays, and dentures. A broad range of general dental care and treatments can be received at Clínica Dental Coto, including: prosthodontics, dental cosmetics, endodontics, orthodontics, dental implants and teeth whitening.

According to a spokesperson for the cental practice, "If you are considering a procedure for dental implants, Costa Rica should be at the top of your list for undergoing your treatment. Not only will you be able to make your trip a true vacation and enjoy the vibrant scenery before your dental visit, but you will find highly-rated health care providers within a warm, welcoming culture and state-of-the-art facilities. Best of all, all of this comes at a significantly lower cost than treatments in other countries, such as the United States."

Contact Info:
Name: Dr Marco Vinicio Coto
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Organization: Dental Coto Costa Rica
Address: 50 Meters S.E de las Ruinas, Cartago CR
Phone: (866) 654-1287
Website: http://clinicadentalcoto.com/

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Release ID: 88920045

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