Here’s Smilemaker’s Dental Clinic in Pokhara, Nepal.
Oops … that’s actually the Peace Pagoda looking over to my favourite mountain — Fishtail.
That’s Dr. Avishek M. Gubhaju. I was very happy with him, personally.
Nepal is much cheaper than Mexico.
I had a 3 tooth bridge put in:
Canada – perhaps $3,000
Mexico – perhaps $1,200
I paid $340 in Nepal.
I did not get zirconia, rather the metal at about $120 / tooth.
I ended up getting a Cantilevered Bridge. That’s not ideal. The fake teeth are only attached to a retainer at one side. It will (hopefully) last 5-7 years. Next would come implants, something I’m trying to avoid. Or possible an old school partial denture.
I liked the dentist so much that I went back after my trekking. He did some cosmetic work on my lower teeth. Cost was $100. No Canadian dentist would be willing to do that at any price. They’d insist on expensive veneers.