T. Baugh, Washington D.C.

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I made the decision to use Costa Rican Dental Solutions when faced with an enormous estimate from American dentists for fixing my teeth.....it was $23,000. So I opted just to repair a few to start but was fearful of going overseas for dental work. With a week of vacation to burn, I decided to explore what it might cost in Costa Rica and had a

a conversation with Ken Kaldenbach.  He was open, patient and answered every question I had.  He emailed estimates and information about the dentists and gave me advice about where I might stay. He took great care to recommend a dentist with the best expertise for my particular needs -- replacing bridge and crowns. A specialist was recommended and he was superb. If I had just picked a doctor myself I would not have had the sophistication that Ken exhibited in helping identify who should treat me. I have NEVER had such a good experience in a dentists office. And all along the way Ken was there to see how things were going. He was in regular touch with me and the dentist, checking before and after each appointment about how things went. The dentists were amazing, friendly, and eager to get my opinion. In the end I got my entire mouth done, instead of just the few to start, for a FRACTION of the US price. I only paid $6,400. If I can help it I'll never go to a US dentist again. But my experience started with Ken and Costa Rican Dental Solutions. He arranged everything and all I had to do was show up. I heartily recommend this service and encourage anyone in need of extensive dental work to give it a try. Why not have a vacation and get a new smile at a fraction of the price you would pay in the US. And by the way if you do go, take time to see Costa Rica. I spent an amazing 5 days at a wellness retreat while my crowns and bridge were being made. Because of them I am on a path to healthier eating, kicked my caffeine habit and probably lost 10 pounds -- all while my crowns were being made. Ask Ken for that recommendation too! I'm smiling all the way.

T. Baugh, Washington D.C.