Every country has its plusses and minuses. In some ways, when Americans become medical tourists to #Mexico, they take a step up. Mexican #healthcare rates higher. Also, the Mexican president is more modest. Continue reading “Mexico Rates High 3 Ways for Medical Tourists”
If a #road trip through #Mexico for years didn’t work out, what was the worst that could happen? We could always return. And if we did, we’d be more interesting, well-rounded, well-adjusted, and happier.
So my wife and I and our two dogs went. Why? Continue reading “Why Go On a Road Trip In Mexico, Even If Only a Medical Tourist?”
The Mexican War of Independence lasted 1810-1821. In 1820, the Spanish army, mustered to reoccupy its colonies, revolted. Hence a year later on February 24, Mexico’s rulers quit infighting long enough to declare #independence from Spain. Conservative General Agustín de Iturbide and liberal General Vicente Guerrero signed their Iguala Plan. Continue reading “Flag Day, Mexicans & Medical Tourists Celebrate Independence Many Ways”
The number of people worldwide who want to change how they chew is growing phenomenally. And there is one thing most want to change. And that is how they #bite. Continue reading “New Restorative Dentistry Due to Medical Tourists to Mexico & Elsewhere”
Even other countries acknowledge that one of the best places for #medical tourists is #Mexico. Continue reading “Best Medical Tourism Destinations–Mexico in Top 5”
A growing number of individuals seek healthcare abroad. They guarantee that the growth of medical tourism remains robust.
Considering Medical Tourism? What Others Seek
Most of all, these people cross borders mainly because certain countries offer medical treatment at a much lower cost. That’s compared with the United States. These affordable treatments include: Continue reading “Considering Medical Tourism? These Facts are For You”
Avoid Oral Cancer, a Plague Visited on Americans
In 2017, nearly 50,000 Americans will be diagnosed with oral oropharyngeal cancer. It afflicts individuals between 20-64. Slightly more than half of those 50,000 will be alive in 5 years. Continue reading “Avoid Oral Cancer: Visit the Dentist to Save Your Life”