Samaritan Dental


7 Patient Reviews

SAMARITAN DENTAL (Est. 2014)

At Samaritan Dental, we have treated thousands of patients from the US and Canada with excellent and affordable dental care. While we specialize in dental implants and All-on-4, we also offer cosmetic dentistry, as well as general dental work. Our dentists have gained a great reputation for doing quality dental work at very reasonable prices. Our clinic is very nice, modern, with all new equipment and the best technology.

*We share a lobby with Dr. Mexico, which allows us to offer the best care at a lower cost to our clients.

Location
Juan Ruiz de Alarcón 1572, Suite 2-2, Zona Río, Tijuana, 22010, Baja California, México

Specialties
Dental Implants, Cosmetic Dentistry

Clinic Photos

Dental Team

Elizabeth Orozco
Head Dentist

Carolina Ruiz
Orthodontist

Aniria Castellanos
Dentist

Raquel Cario
Pediatric Dentist

Jorge Flores
Endodontist

Sergio Morales
Endodontist

Dental Treatments & Price List

  • Exam and Evaluation
  • White Composite Filling
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Core Build Up Restoration
  • Pre-Fabricated Post
  • Cast Post in Addition to Crown
  • PFM Porcelain Crowns - Standard Finish
  • PFM Crowns - Esthetic Finish (Porcelain Edge)
  • All Porcelain E.Max Crown or Veneers
  • Zirconium Ceramic Crowns or Veneers
  • Regular Extractions
  • Surgical Extractions
  • Wisdom Tooth Extraction - Simple
  • Wisdom Tooth Extraction (Fully Impacted)
  • Immediate Acrylic Full or Partial
  • High Quality Full Denture / Arch
  • Regular Cleaning - Prophylaxis
  • Perio - Maintenance Cleaning (Whole Mouth)
  • Perio - Scaling & Root Planing / Quadrant
  • Individual Bone Graft
  • Sinus Lift
  • Dental Implant - Surgical Placement
  • Abutment Placement (for Crown or Bridge)
  • Porcelain Crown for Implants
  • Connectors / Locators (for Dentures)
  • Tijuana

  • $20
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  • USA

  • $120
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Patient Gallery

Patient Reviews

Tiffanny G.
Los Angeles

I would like to recommend the services of Samaritan. I recently had an enormous amount of work done to include, a bridge, 4 front teeth veneers, a root canal, some cavities filled and teeth cleaning and bleaching. Since I live in Los Angeles, in the USA it would have been about 2 months dental work which Samaritan was going to handle in just 3 days. I opted to stay in Rosarito and make a “dental holiday”. The staff was wonderful and accommodating. I was picked up and dropped off each day for my appointments. The office is clean and welcoming, with a courteous and professional staff. The cost was 1/3 of what it would have cost in the U.S. I will continue to use their services for upcoming dental work. Thanks Samaritan for my great new smile! EVERYONE in L.A. is commenting on your wonderful work.

Barbara M.
Florida

I want to thank you for all the help with my dental experience there. I’ve never had such great care in all my years of US care. Such a pleasure & comfort to know there are Doctors that take such pride in their work.

Armon T.
Ramona, CA

The dental tourism service at Samaritan really helped. Armon had been missing some teeth up front and on the side of his mouth. Some were just broke off. It was very visible and he looked bad. He decided to look for a Mexican dentist. In his own words, here is his experience of Mexico dental work in Mexico: “I looked like Alfred E. Newman on the cover of MAD Magazine”. After checking with a local dentist, he knew he would need a 5 unit bridge, and he knew that it was going to cost a lot of money in the US. After doing some research online, Armon found the website of Samaritan Tijuana in Mexico. He checked our references, and decided to come here. “The two extractions they performed were painless, as were the root canals that followed. All this for less than one fourth the price I was quoted by a local dentist. I would not hesitate to recommend Samaritan to everyone. The Tijuana office is clean and cheerful, the dental chairs are state-of-the-art, and all instruments are sterilized prior to use. The Mexican doctors are skilled, and most understand, as well as, speak English, so language is no problem. All in all, it has been a very pleasant experience.

Ruth E.
Ogden, UT

My husband had heard about Tijuana dental treatments, and had found Samaritan, a dental tourism clinic, on the Internet. He went alone on the first trip to get some crowns down. As I also needed some work done, I decided to go with him on the next trip to Tijuana. I needed a bridge for a tooth I had lost years ago. A local dentist had told me it would cost $2,600 to make a dental bridge, but the price of a dental bridge in Tijuana was only $650. I found the dentists were very professional. The clinic was very clean, and they had good dental equipment. I was concerned about being in Tijuana, from rumors that I had heard. However, I felt very safe and secure while there. The folks at the clinic were very attentive and took good care of us. Someone from the clinic came out to the airport to pick us up and then they shuttled us back and forth from the hotel to the clinic.

Jim D.
Broomfield, CO

Dental tourism was my answer. I needed to go to a dentist in Mexico. My front teeth were spaced and ugly in my mouth. I was very conscientious of my smile. My dream was to get veneers on my front teeth. Without winning the lottery, I could never afford the work I needed in the USA. However, when I had heard they did good dentistry work in Tijuana, I did research on the Internet about Tijuana dental Mexico clinics. When I found Samaritan in Tijuana, I realized that getting my smile fixed might not be out of reach through dental tourism. After I came for an evaluation, I found out my teeth were not good candidates for veneers. However, porcelain dental crowns would work well. The Mexico dental work I needed, was eight porcelain crowns, The cost at my dentist in Mexico for this kind of work is only $2,800. In the USA the dental work would cost over ten thousand dollars. My teeth turned out fantastic. I love my dentist and the dentistry in Mexico. I recommend dental care in Mexico.

Bob R.
Nevada

I needed a great deal of dental work done, and because of the HUGH price difference, my wife and I made arrangements to visit Samaritan in Tijuana to see what could be done. We received many worrisome concerns from friends and family, about our personal safety in Tijuana, but economics won out, and we thought we would at least take a look, and see for ourselves. To say we were pleasantly surprised would be an understatement! After staying one night in California, ( For $100/ night) we decided to move to the Hotel Ticuan, only 3 blocks from the dental office. The hotel was beautiful and was only $50 / night, and the hotel restaurant was wonderful and very reasonable. We never had any safety issues at all, and walked to the clinic each day without a trace of a problem. The dentists at Samaritan were both professional, and really excellent at their jobs, and the price was about 1/4 of what we would have paid in the US. If you are considering a dental clinic in Mexico, I can’t say enough good things about Samaritan. Not only will you save a lot of money, ( You can buy more souvenirs ! ) you will be pleased with their “can do” attitude, their professionalism, and the fine quality of their work. You would be hard pressed to find better dental work anywhere!

Mick
Los Angeles, CA

I had a great dentist at Samaritan Dental. She totally transformed my smile. Even before the damage, I had one dwarf tooth. Now, my smile is normal with much brighter teeth. I can’t speak highly enough about them. It was well worth going. She capped all 6 of my teeth up front for $1500, or $250/cap. The difference is like night an day. I will post a couple of pics of the before and after. The dentist here first said that I would need implants, but then I went to another one locally and he said I did not and my dentist in Tijuana also said the same thing.

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