Planning Your Trip
You will need to bring valid travel documentation. U. S. citizens can visit Mexico for 72 hours or less without visas, but they need proof of citizenship when they return. A passport or government-issued photo ID and birth certificate are most common.
If you don’t have a passport, Rushmypassport.com can help you get or renew your passport without having to run around or stand in line around to get it done.
Permanent Residents should bring their green cards and passports. Citizens of other countries need valid passports and a valid I-94, multi-entry visa or visa waiver. Visit the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative website for more details.
Travel Insurance and Money
We recommend travel insurance in case we encounter any unforeseen issues that result in you needing to stay a little longer in Tijuana to finish your dental care.
Also, if you are paying for your dental services with a credit card, be sure to notify your bank in advance that you will be using your credit card to make payments in Mexico to avoid your bank blocking your credit card. For more information about types of payment we accept, please click HERE.
If you decide to drive to our clinic, there is a special driving lane created by the Mexican Authorities to facilitate Medical/dental tourism. You have to have a medical pass issued by a clinic in order to use the Medical fast lane.
The benefit of using the Medical Lane is that it gets you across the border much faster.
We can issue our patients a medical pass for the Medical Fast lane, and it is good for 48 hours. Ask us.