Every year, millions of people go abroad for medical travel in search of quality care, better treatment options, and affordable prices. But with so many destinations, hospitals and doctors, it can be confusing when it comes to selecting a leading medical facility and comparing prices, getting a visa, and planning your trip. Using a reputable medical travel agency is the smartest way to make sure you get quality treatment abroad.
Have you ever wanted to have sharp, clear vision without the hassle of contact lenses or eyeglasses? Daily care of eyewear can be a pain, not to mention the annual cost that can add up to hundreds of euros every single year. Laser eye surgeries abroad such as iLASIK will bring back your 20/20 vision at a fraction of the price using quality, state-of-the-art laser technology. Read more to find out how and where to save money on LASIK abroad.
The decision to go abroad for cosmetic surgery isn’t one people take on a whim. On the contrary: According to a study, most people contemplate an operation for 5-10 years before taking any action.* It’s no wonder then that Thailand ranks among the most popular destinations. This is where medical expertise meets low prices - and that’s not to mention the tropical setting. Patients are able to save cash with a wide range of cosmetic treatments, and do themselves some good.
When it comes to your health, feeling confident about your decisions is paramount. But some people live in places where the infrastructure simply isn’t adequate. Elsewhere, public health system’s recommendations don’t always provide experienced doctors, or those facilities don’t have modern medical equipment. Still, many others just can’t afford the right specialist. Luckily, there are alternatives to treatment at home. Whatever your reason is, consider your treatment options in Thailand.
By Jana Schubert on 11 Aug, 2017
Crowns, fillings, implants, and root canals - dental procedures of this kind are unreasonably expensive in most countries. So expensive, in fact, that too many people simply stay away from the dentist office altogether. Unfortunately, avoiding dental treatment can lead to extreme pain, not to mention the aesthetic consequences of losing your teeth! But getting dental procedures to get healthy, nice-looking teeth back can be a serious financial burden for most people. What’s worse, many insurance companies are willing to pay only a fraction of the cost of dental corrective procedures. This is what happened to Sally B. from Sydney, Australia.