(Guatemala Dental Team vs United States)
An increasing number of people are coming to Guatemala to get their dental treatment done for the high quality and great cost savings – up to 50% to 80% compared to what you would pay in the United States. Check out the price comparisons below!
We provide you with a comfortable apartment that includes a kitchen, private bedroom and bathroom. Located just a few blocks from our dental office, you can easily walk to a pharmacy, grocery store, restaurants and malls.
Transportation for your dental treatment is covered!
We will pick you up from the airport and take you to and from the provided lodging for your appointment.
8 facts about Guatemala you must know!
The official language of Guatemala is Spanish, but there are also 21 distinct Mayan languages. The name Guatemala actually means ‘land of the trees’ in the Maya-Toltec language.
Guatemala is home to 33 volcanoes where activities such as hiking, mountain biking and bird watching can take place. Tajamulco Volcano is the highest point in Guatemala at 4,220m.
Guatemala boasts 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites: the beautiful town of Antigua Guatemala, the ancient Maya archaeological site of Quirigua and Tikal National Park in northern Guatamala.
Agriculture contributes a quarter of Guatemala’s GDP: coffee, bananas and sugar are its main products.
Chocolate is said to originate in Guatemala! It was used in Mayan culture as early as the sixth century A.D. The word ‘chocolate’ comes from the Maya word ‘xocoatl’ which means bitter water.
Guatemala is known as ‘land of the eternal spring’ as it boasts a warm, tropical climate.
Eating out in Guatemala is inexpensive and delicious. Guatemala’s food and drink is influenced by its Mayan and Spanish cultures, and also its climate which enables them to produce abundant tropical fruit.
Visiting Lake Atitlan is a must whilst in Guatemala. Famous for its natural beauty, Lake Atitlan is the deepest lake in Central America, and is surrounded by three spectacular volcanoes as well as many colorful Mayan towns and villages.
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