Dental Care in Panama

When you retire in Panama, rest assured that you will be able to get quality dental care at affordable prices. Dentists in Panama are well-trained and have the latest equipment. Many dentists speak English too.

You’ll find prices for dental care in Panama much more affordable. Some who need dental work travel to Panama to get the word done because the prices are much lower than in the United States. Medical tourism is becoming more popular in Panama.

There are great dentists throughout Panama!

Watch this video to learn about Momentum Dental Clinic in Panama City. It’s also a training clinic for other dentists. Dentists worldwide go to Momentum for additional training and to teach.

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Some Panama Relocation Tour clients come to Panama early or stay a week after their tour to get dental work done in Panama. They say the savings paid for their all-inclusive 6-day, 7-night Panama Relocation Tour.

Jackie Lange

Jackie Lange is the founder of Panama Relocation Tours and lives in the highlands of Boquete Panama. She has helped thousands of people relocate to Panama.

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  1. Trajan Simovski says

    Do you haveany idea or can you find out,please what would the cost be for a bridge on afull mouth 14 teeth up and 14 down,no other problems.
    Thank you very much.

    • Jackie Lange says

      You will need to contact the dental office to get a price.

  2. Sherry says

    Is there a good time of year to take the tour.? Sherry

  3. Darrell McBryar says

    I cannot find short term rental, 3 months in Las Tablas for 1-2 people close to center.

    • Jackie Lange says

      Darrell, Look on for short term rentals in Las Tablas

  4. Ron Salvador says

    If the U.S. dollar crashes like many financial experts warm will happen very soon, do you think Panama will switch currencies? Will Americans on S.S. be able to survive in Panama? I’d like to hear your insights.

    • Jackie Lange says

      Ron, I can’t predict what the future holds. I’m not sure Panama would need to switch currencies if the US dollar crashes. The US dollar has been used on par 1:1 with the Balboa for 110 years. Since Panama is a market driver economy, if they don’t sell products or services, they make no $. There is no central bank in Panama. I think US citizen would be able to survive better in Panama than the US if there were a currency collapse. It’s more affordable. See this article

  5. Thomas Holmes says

    Hi Jackie,

    I purchased your online Panama Relocation Guide and planning to visit Panama
    Within the next few months.
    My wife and I want to get some dental work done while we are there.
    I would like to contact the Momentum Dental Clinic to get more information.
    I can’t get any info when searching for
    Can you help with any suggestions.

    Thank You,

    Thomas Holmes

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