At The Dental District, we are committed to creating a safe environment for our patients and our staff during the coronavirus pandemic. That’s why we have implemented the following safety measures:
In-Office Safety Measures
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to physically go to the clinic to get a consultation?
No. You can schedule an online appointment with one of our dentists in Tijuana through Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, WhatsApp, or Google Hangouts, from the safety of your home.
Online, Video Call consultations are FREE and advisable for patients looking for complex dental procedures such as dental implants, veneers, or All-On-4 dentures (to mention a few).
Can I cross the border to get my dental treatment done?
U.S. Citizens and permanent residents can come to Mexico for medical purposes and go back with no restrictions (in this sense, dental appointments fall in the essential activities category).
You won’t need any document to prove the reason for your visit, but you may be asked your dentist’s name. For your way back home, you’ll only need the regular documents to prove you’re not a tourist (ID, driver’s licence, birth certificate).
Please, feel free to contact us at (858) 832 4027 regarding any questions you may have regarding travelling to Tijuana.
Is The Dental District currently open?
Yes, we are open! Monday to Friday: 8 am – 5 pm & Saturdays: 8 am – 2 pm.
We are carefully monitoring information from local U.S. and Mexican health authorities to track how the situation evolves. As a team committed to excellence in service, we will continue to give you updates on how we are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our best interest at The Dental District is that you feel safe and comfortable during your visit. Let’s protect ourselves and others so that we can keep being healthy and smiling to those who matter most in our lives.
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