Being a dentist for tourism in Tijuana changes the pace of treatment, since there is always a date when the patient will be leaving the area. The procedures need to be stabilized for travel and their future return and finished prosthesis. Good news, dental biotechnology and biomaterials have recently evolved to make this possible. The use of different laser wavelengths assist in quick healing, reduced inflammation and sensitivity after surgery. The evolution of CAD/CAM technology (computer aided design/computer aided manufacture) for diagnosis or laboratory procedures has greatly assisted in obtaining a predictable outcome. This not only means that we have an established route for many treatments, but it is also convenient for the patient's time and investment.