See why Mexico sits at the top of Medical Tourism

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Mexico is a top notch medical destination for people across the world, especially those in America, thanks to its close proximity to the United States and significantly more affordable medical costs. Tens of thousands of People across America travel to Mexico for different medical treatments including dental work, stem cell treatments, fertility treatments and bariatric surgery. So why is Mexico at the top of medical tourism destinations?

Following few specifications clarify why and how Mexico is a top notch medical
destination.

Significant Cost Saving

Saving money is by far one of the biggest reasons why people prefer Mexico for medical treatments. Many people wonder if the cost saving on their medical treatment in Mexico will be counteracted by the airfare and accommodation costs of traveling south of the border. However, the financial benefits of choosing medical procedures in Mexico are still substantial. Most of the treatments in Mexico cost up to 50% and 75% cheaper than those in the U.S.

For example, lap band surgery costs in U.S are between $14,000 and $17,000, while in Mexico same surgery costs merely around $7,000 in a top clinic. That is why most patients
remain satisfied knowing that even after having travelled across the border, they
can still save a considerable amount of money.

Reduced wait times for medical care in Mexico

People from Canada, or any other country with a nationalized health care system,
choose to go to Mexico for medical treatment so that they can avoid frustratingly
lengthy wait times. Although there is insurance that covers your treatment, still you
would have to wait anywhere between six and twelve months to see a doctor. Long
wait times in Mexico are virtually unheard of, and in many cases, you could expect
to be able to book in for your procedure within a few weeks of your consultation.

No compromise on quality of care

Low cost of medical procedures in Mexico concerns people that the quality of the
surgeries and aftercare must be sub-standard. We are pleased to debunk this myth.

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