By Andrea Hunt on 14 Jun, 2017
Katja had always been in good health and was happy with her life. With her background in medicine and as a successful physician in Ukraine, she has never been one to underestimate the value of good health. As a result, she was always mindful of exercising regularly, eating healthy, and never missing her regular physical exams. Unfortunately, she was terrified to discover a small lump in her right breast one day.
By Nadine Bütow on 16 Jun, 2017
Short sightedness, called myopia, is one of the most widespread causes of vision impairment in the world. In fact, more than 22% or 1.5 billion people globally suffer from it. But did you realize that as your myopia worsens, your risk of blindness increases? Dr. Cheryl Lee explains why implantable contact lenses are an effective way to correct this problem long-term and improve your quality of life.
By Jana Schubert on 16 Jun, 2017
Michail R. ** loved his job as a pilot. That was until the day when his eyesight became so poor he couldn't ignore it anymore. In the end, the day arrived when he could no longer practice his profession anymore. It was certainly a shock, but also a wake-up call. Michail simply could not sit back while his eyesight slowly deteriorated. He contacted Caremondo in November 2015 and was operated on during that same month in Munich, Germany. We spoke to him after he returned to Russia.
By Andrea Hunt on 01 Sep, 2017
Martha is 39 years old from Queensland, Australia and has two children, ages 9 and 12 years of age. While she had always been fit as a teenager and even into her twenties, after the kids were born and after a C-section, she began to grow unhappy with the extra loose skin and stubborn bulge that remained even after she had lost much of the baby weight. Read how liposuction, breast lift, and a tummy tuck in Thailand known as a ‘Mommy Makeover,' gave Martha her body and self-confidence back.
By Olha Getalo on 03 Nov, 2017
Daniel was missing two teeth, and every day, it caused him trouble when he tried to eat and chew his food properly. Finally, he decided that it had become too big a problem to ignore, but was both surprised and dismayed by the price quotes he found by himself from the dentists in Germany. Not only was the price expensive, but the fixed amount his insurance would cover meant he could only afford one implant and not the two implants the dentist had recommended. After thinking it over, Daniel realized he could not cover the rest of the costs himself, so he decided to find better options abroad.