CNN & Fox Cover Medical Tourism to Mexico

CNN & Fox Cover Medical Tourism to Mexico
CNN & Fox Cover Medical Tourism to Mexico or miss out.

Big media keep covering a growing trend. Thousands of Americans cross the Mexican border. These tourists go for medical treatment. Some of the best doctors and dentists provide it. Recently CNN and Fox informed its readers.

CNN & Fox Cover Medical Tourism to Mexico For Saving

Think of a tourist and likely you think of someone traveling somewhere to sight-see and try the cuisine. Now you find a different kind of visitor to Mexico. People call it medical tourism.

Down south, gringos save 70% and more of what they’d have to pay in The States. On average, one dental implant in America costs $3,000. In Mexico, it can be as low as $600. That’s in the ballpark with a co-pay in the US.

About 1 million Americans are medical tourists in Mexico annually. They go for all kinds of medical treatment. The three most popular are dental work, weight loss, and cosmetic surgery. In 2016, medical tourism brought in $4.6 billion to the Mexican economy.

CNN & Fox Cover Medical Tourism to Mexico, a Wave

Big media say there are great medical professionals across the border. However, they remind medical tourists to be careful. Of course–sound advice. And it’s just as true in the US of A. You can find great providers and not-so-great everywhere.

My cousin’s American surgeons damaged him. And did not compensate him. He had to come to Mexico to regain use of his hands. Also, the cost was just a couple hundred.

Medical tourism in Mexico is booming. But before joining the tide, many gringos don’t know what to expect. So they must do their homework.
– Check your professional’s board certification;
– Get a reference;
– Find out where they’ll perform the procedure;
– Ask about follow-up care.

We have vetted the best in Ajijic, the biggest gringo expat community. We provide transportation and put up clients. Nearby on Lake Chapala are hot springs and a spa. Contact DocTours to arrange all.

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Mexican Tech Prize Winner Impresses Medical Tourists

Mexican Tech Prize Winner Impresses Medical Tourists with pseudo sugar.
Mexican Tech Prize Winner Impresses Medical Tourists with health benefits.

Most noteworthy, medical tourists to Mexico visit a country that contributes to science.

Recently a Mexican, Javier Larragoiti, created an alternative to sugar. The 29-year-old Javier makes it from corn waste. Continue reading “Mexican Tech Prize Winner Impresses Medical Tourists”

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Major Media Cover Mexico For Retirees, Tourists

Major Media Cover Mexico For Retirees, Tourists in general.
Major Media Cover Mexico For Retirees, Tourists headed to Ajijic.

Major Media Cover Mexico For Retirees, Tourists in general

Yahoo Finance is the latest to cover expat retirement towns in Mexico. And what’s good for retirees is good for medical tourists to Mexico. Most notably, the towns are safe, prosperous, and full of English speakers. Continue reading “Major Media Cover Mexico For Retirees, Tourists”

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New Media Cover Dental Tourism to Mexico

New Media Cover Dental Tourism to Mexico to save.
New Media Cover Dental Tourism to Mexico at the border.

TruthOut is the latest news outlet to cover medical and dental tourism to Mexico. Also, that news site is where I used to be a regular contributor. That was back during the last Mayan calendar. Continue reading “New Media Cover Dental Tourism to Mexico”

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Historic Lakeside, Where Medical Tourists to Mexico Go

Historic Lakeside, Where Medical Tourists to Mexico Go for Ajijic.
Historical Lakeside, Where Medical Tourists to Mexico Go to save big.

Most noteworthy, the biggest expat community is in Mexico. It’s Ajijic on Lake Chapala (some say it’s San Miguel de Allende). Ajijic has at least 8000 year-rounders. Furthermore in season, snowbirds and rainbirds (in the summer) push the total to 15,000, even 35,000. Many of them are medical tourists in Mexico, saving thousands on quality care. Continue reading “Historic Lakeside, Where Medical Tourists to Mexico Go”

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The Dental Tourist To Us In Mexico Was Fun Company

The Dental Tourist To Us In Mexico Was Fun Company with more to come.
DocTours and friends at dinner.

A recent client almost was not one. Due to a glitch in our website (since fixed by The Master), we did not receive their first outreach. Lucky for all concerned, the spouse took over and made a second attempt. Turned out to be one of their best dental experiences ever and one our funnest hostings ever. Continue reading “The Dental Tourist To Us In Mexico Was Fun Company”

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Medical Tourists, Expats Welcome You to Mexico

Medical Tourists, Expats Welcome You to Mexico, where life is easy.
Medical Tourists, Expats Welcome You to Mexico’s Lake Chapala, favorite of gringos.

Visit Mexico for excellent, affordable medical or dental treatment. You might just stay forever. Thousands of Americans already have. Continue reading “Medical Tourists, Expats Welcome You to Mexico”

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To Medical Tourists: Mexico Healing Environment

To Medical Tourists: Mexico Healing Environment with sargassum.
To Medical Tourists: Mexico Healing Environment with seaweed.

Like most people, Mexicans care about the health of the environment. Mexicans also invent cutting edge technology. That combination reassures people considering becoming a medical tourist to Mexico. Continue reading “To Medical Tourists: Mexico Healing Environment”

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More Big Press On Dental Tourism To Mexico

More Big Press On Dental Tourism To Mexico where patients trust dentists.
More Big Press On Dental Tourism To Mexico where gringos save big.

More media cover dental tourism to Mexico, even the US business press. CBS Marketplaceā€™s Andy Uhler wrote a series on US-Mexican business. His last article is about gringos who go south to fix their teeth. Continue reading “More Big Press On Dental Tourism To Mexico”

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More Good Press: Dental Tourism Saves Money

More Good Press: Dental Tourism Saves Money on vacation.
More Good Press: Dental Tourism Saves Money and is safe.

The latest media outlet to cover dental tourism is WKBW Buffalo. Continue reading “More Good Press: Dental Tourism Saves Money”

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