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    Monday,December 31st, 2012

    by Alexandra Brad

    Part of many men and women’s New Year Resolution, to quit smoking is the best thing. Even more, seeing the adults, teenagers grow-up with the perception that smoking is part of life. This is also why Health Organizations worldwide are trying desperately to change the people’s view. (more…)

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    Sunday,June 17th, 2012

    by Denise

    Janet had trouble getting pregnant after two years of trying, and when all her newly married friends started sharing the happy news, she knew she needed to be checked. Unfortunately, the treatment options for her far exceeded the family’s conservative budget, and she needed to find a plan B. Through a friend at work, she heard about the idea of traveling abroad for medical treatments – turns out such treatments range thousands of dollars lower in countries such as:

    • India
    • Thailand
    • Panama
    • Turkey
    • Guatemala
    • Argentina

    She, along with her husband, had always wanted to visit Guatemala, so together they planned a trip to the country to undergo IVF, or in vitro fertilization, for a fraction of the cost found in the United States. Traveling abroad has a variety of benefits, which has given Janet and her husband an option she might not have found elsewhere.

    Guatemala is just one of a few countries that offer families fertility treatments. Facilities that provide such treatments do so with state-of-the-art equipment, technology and an expansive professional medical team – many of which are certified and belong to various tourism boards and accreditations. Transportation to and from the hotel, accommodations, treatment and meals are often provided in a package that is considered much more affordable than those located in the United States.

    After a successful trip to Guatemala, Janet and her husband were blessed a short time later with a baby boy, and now Janet shares the news with new friends when she hears they are having trouble conceiving.

    For more information on IVF treatments, or infertility procedures, visit PlacidWay.com for package details and suggestions.

     

     

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    Monday,May 7th, 2012

    by Denise

    Perhaps you know someone who traveled south of the border, or even across an ocean to receive medical care abroad. More people are traveling to locations like Mexico to receive immediate and excellent care for dental needs, weight loss procedures and treatments, and a variety of cosmetic and plastic surgery treatments that range from non-invasive to full-on face-lifts.

    Still, Mexico isn’t the only medical tourism ‘hot-spot’ around – medical care facilities and providers in locations like Turkey, Croatia and other countries like Thailand, Singapore and India have created partnerships with major medical centers in Great Britain, Western Europe, and the United States.  South American providers are seeing a large influx of medical travelers seeking the best in cosmetic and obesity surgery procedures in Brazil and Argentina.

    Locations throughout southeast Asia are hotspots as well for travelers from the Middle East and African continent regions for services including:

    • Dental care
    • Vision
    • Cancer treatments
    • Orthopedic technologies
    • Fertility treatments
    • Cardiac care
    • Cosmetic and plastic surgical procedures

    If you don’t want to wait for healthcare prices to come down (and they won’t), and you need health care services or surgery now to enhance your range of motion, health and wellness, or for pain relief, check out your options abroad. Don’t forget to consider traveling abroad to deal with your medical that aren’t being met at home. Informative websites like PlacidWay.com offer detailed resources and accredited and certified medical facilities and providers around the globe.

    Remember, you ARE worth it.

     

     

     

     

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    Tuesday,April 3rd, 2012

    by Denise

    Do you want to know the top cosmetic surgeries sought after by both men and women these days? You may not be surprised… but then again, maybe you will. The amount of money people spend on such procedures may stagger you (hint – it’s in the billions of dollars).

    Here are the latest trends in cosmetic surgeries:

    * Breast augmentation

    * Breast lift

    * Dermabrasion

    * Tummy tuck

    * Botox treatments

    * Laser skin resurfacing

    Why? Well, competition for one. In today’s economy, men and women need all the help they can get to compete for jobs. The problem is cost. Most cosmetic procedures aren’t covered by insurance in the U.S. So what do you do? You got it… you travel abroad. Check out these numbers:

    In the U.S., breast augmentation costs an average of $4,000 to $6,000. You can get the same procedure in Thailand for $3,500 to 3,900 in Thailand. In India, you’ll pay 75% less than costs in the U.S.

    In the U.S., breast lifts cost between $4,000 and $7,000. Travelers heading south of the border to Argentina can pay 40-80% less than costs incurred in the U.S.

    Tummy tucks range from between $5,500 to $7,500 in the US. In Argentina, costs are 50% less. In India, a tummy tuck costs about $3,700.

    This is just the tip of the iceberg. Costs are not reduced because of different healthcare delivery systems than found in the U.S. Of course, any medical traveler needs to verify the skills, credentials, and experience of any surgeon abroad, but you should be doing that at home, too.

    Visit medical resource and provider PlacidWay.com for more information regarding cosmetic surgery abroad.

     

     

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    Wednesday,October 12th, 2011

    by Denise

    Medical travelers from not only the U.S. but around the globe are traveling to Latin America for affordable medications, prescriptions, and treatments not available in the United States, including stem cell therapies and many alternative treatments accepted and practiced around the world. Ever-increasing healthcare and medical insurance costs is promoting a burst of medical tourism and medical travelers, including ever-growing numbers of Americans, to venture elsewhere for quality and experienced healthcare.

    Excellent and accredited facilities in Latin America offers treatment in a variety of fields including obesity, plastic and cosmetic surgery, stem cell research and development, dentistry, vision, an orthopedic care, among others.  Medical tourists traveling to Latin America can benefit from some of the best doctors, surgeons and facilities in the world.

    Dr. Omar Gonzalez of Integra Medical Center in Mexico is just one of them. Dr. Gonzalez offers cutting edge stem cell research and therapies. Ageless Wonders Panama, located in Panama City, Panama offers high tech cosmetic surgery, anti-aging and age management treatments, and Makeover Travel, located in Santa Cruz, Bolivia offers one of the most respected and famous medical tourism companies in the world.

    Check out the Family Hospital in Mexicali or the Argentina Obesity Center for your needs. When it comes to dental care, Alfadent in Cancun is one of the best, as is Costa Rica Dental Health and Chaves Dental Care, both located in beautiful Costa Rica.

    You DO have options for your medical and dental care. Find out more about such care, pricing, qualifications and facilities in Latin America by visiting PlacidWay.com, an international medical and dental resource for those seeking affordable and quality options for care.

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    Saturday,October 1st, 2011

    by Denise

    Americans are getting obsessed with fat. Either you’re overweight or underweight and the news today announced a “Weight Stigma Awareness Week”. While being overweight is not good for health reasons, those dealing with it certainly don’t need to deal with the growing stigma attached to being overweight or obese. Not all overweight people are binge eaters or struggling with bulimia.

    However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, perceptions regarding those who are overweight or obese are changing yet again. Prejudice against heavy people is on the rise. Unfortunately, many now equate obesity as laziness and inability to work at optimal levels.  In America alone, nearly $60 billion goes into the diet industry, and growing numbers of overweight and obese are seeking bariatric surgery to help reduce their health risks. Fat is not about lazy.

    Regardless of the cause of obesity – convenience of fast food, reduced physical education programs in school, emotional disorders or just plain genetics, health is important. Obesity-related health problems are on the rise, from Type 2 diabetes to orthopedic problems to sleep apnea and depression. Wanting to take advantage of obesity or bariatric surgery is one thing, accessing it another. Most U.S. healthcare insurance plans don’t cover the cost of bariatric surgery, as it is considered an elective procedure for most.

    However, you have options. Check out PlacidWay.com for obesity surgery abroad. Obesity surgery in India, weight loss surgery in Thailand or gastric bypass surgery in Argentina is all options. Some of the best weight loss surgery in Europe is affordable, as is affordable bariatric surgery in Mexico.  From the Family Hospital or the supreme skills of Obesity Surgery’s Dr. Jorge Maytorena in Mexico, to the Anadolu Medical Center in Istanbul, you have choices.

     

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    Friday,September 30th, 2011

    by Denise

    Looking for a lift? Check out the opportunities you have in beautiful Brazil, Argentina, with its world-wide reputation for excellence in cosmetic and plastic surgical procedures. If you’d to improve the appearance of your face, breasts, buttocks, and abdomen, or need plastic reconstructive surgeries caused by accidents, genetic defects and other injuries learn about the most popular cosmetic  and plastic surgery procedures done in Brazil:

    • Breast Augmentation
    • Breast Reduction
    • Breast Lift
    • Facelift
    • Nose Lift Surgery
    • Tummy Tuck Surgery
    • Liposuction
    • Chemical Peel
    • Eyelid Surgery
    • Facial Implants
    • Skin Resurfacing
    • Ear Surgery

    Visit the Center of Plastic Surgery & Rehabilitation (also known as CCPR) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil online for information about their state of the art treatment facility and resort-like accommodations. At the same time, check out their facilities, qualifications and experience.

    For procedures ranging from a MACS ‘weekend lift’ to lipoabdominoplasty, CCPR offers only excellence and quality services. Whether you opt for ultrasonic liposuction or liposculpture, facial rejuvenation or bioplasty, CCPR can help.

    Dr. Domingos De Paola is a Member of the Brazilian Society of Plastic Surgery and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery as well as the International Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. It doesn’t get much better than that.

    For more information about the Center of Plastic Surgery & Rehabilitation in Rio, visit PlacidWay.com, a leader in information and resources regarding international medical travel and cosmetic plastic surgical procedures.

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    Thursday,August 25th, 2011

    by Denise

    Bekka had long ago grown tired of looking in a mirror and seeing an on-the-other-side of middle- aged woman staring back at her.  Bekka ate right, exercised every day, but couldn’t seem to stop the gradual loss of her skin elasticity, nor prevent the slight dip of jowls forming along her jaw line. One day, fed up, Bekka decided to do something about it.

    Problem was, Bekka knew her medical insurance doesn’t cover most elective cosmetic surgery procedures. She remembered a friend who had gone down to Mexico for some work and she looked great and couldn’t have been happier with the work done there. Where to start? Bekka accessed PlacidWay, a growing leader in accurate information regarding medical tourism and offered information regarding facilities, clinics, and plastic surgeons as well as procedures that might offer her exactly what she was looking for.

    She read about anti-aging skin care products, Botox injections, fat transfers, human growth hormones, stem cell regeneration and rejuvenation, and cosmetic and plastic surgeries. She discovered affordable yet quality antiaging treatments and facilities in not only Mexico, but also Argentina, Costa Rica and Brazil.

    She explored the qualifications and experience of places like Aesthetic Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Center in Bolivia and the Center of Plastic Surgery and Rehabilitation in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. She researched the expertise of Dr. Tomas Brosto, a highly respected plastic surgeon in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    One thing she realized. She did have choices. With enthusiasm, she contacted PlacidWay regarding her needs, found a travel package that offered her the ultimate in vacations with just the cosmetic procedure she knew was right for her. She’s on her way to smiling when
    she looks in the mirror again.

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    Thursday,August 11th, 2011

    by Denise

    Due to a variety of reasons, the economy being one of them, Americans are seeking medical care while traveling or on vacations, a trend that seems to grow as medical and health care costs continue to rise and government agencies determine exactly what types of medical services will be cut, especially regarding senior care.

    Baby boomers, those born between 1946 and 1964, are retiring now, or close to it. While antiaging therapies and age management treatments, higher rates of exercise and better medical care enable us to live longer these days, those heading into their golden years may also have more years to deal with chronic disease treatments and other ailments of the elderly, including cataracts, glaucoma, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis and weight gain or loss issues. Whether you have been diagnosed with IBS or COPD, you’re looking for affordable and effective, quality care.

    Chronic care for the middle aged and elderly is growing prohibitively expensive in the U.S. That’s why those individuals are doing their research and visiting foreign destinations for their medical care. Medical tourism to countries like Jordan (Arab City for Comprehensive Care), India and Mexico and South America continue to be popular. However, new medical providers are making their way in the medical tourism field, such as Croatia, Turkey, Brazil, Argentina and South Africa (Blueprint Health and Benefit).

    Chronic care abroad offers a blending of complementary and alternative treatments that address symptoms and help improve quality of life. Chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer have, and will continue to be treated through diet and nutrition, lifestyle counseling and herbal treatments, sometimes through combining traditional medications.

     

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    Saturday,August 6th, 2011

    by Denise

    Let’s face it – literally. The baby boomer generation is here, and it’s sticking around for a while. With the joys of living longer  however, millions of baby boomers are looking to look younger too. Anti-aging therapies abroad, cosmetic surgery and new antiaging technologies give men and women options that were not available just a generation ago.

    For example, check out the most common antiaging procedures or treatments offered around the world today:

    • Cosmetic  and plastic surgeries
    • Botox  injections
    • Human growth hormone products
    • Fat transfers
    • Antiaging skin care products
    • Diets rich in antioxidants
    • Antiaging medications
    • Stem cell rejuvenation and regeneration therapies

    Have you looked at the cost of antiaging creams and products on store shelves these days? Do you want to spend $75 or more per bottle, or spend $3,000 to $5,000 on thread lift surgical procedures in the U.S.? Not many baby boomers do. Instead, they’re traveling to destinations around the world, for not only vacation time, but also antiaging therapies and treatments abroad.

    Baby boomers that travel to the Yanhee Hospital in Thailand or ArtFace Rejuvenation in Tijuana, Mexico, Cedyt in Argentina or Ageless Wonders Panama in Panama – in addition to the facilities found throughout Costa Rica, Poland, Turkey and the Ukraine – may save hundreds to thousands of dollars on antiaging treatments, procedures and programs. You may be living longer, but you certainly don’t have to look like it!

    For more information about antiaging treatments abroad, the qualifications, training and experience of doctors abroad, visit PlacidWay.

     

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    Saturday,July 30th, 2011

    by Denise

    These days, with the economy in a major slump, a lot of people are putting dental care at the bottom of their ‘needs’ lists. Still, if your teeth aren’t healthy, chances are that you’re not feeling so good either. Pain, toothaches, difficulty chewing and bite problems affect more than your mouth. A large majority of people in the U.S. and around the world don’t carry dental insurance. Still, you can receive extremely affordable dental care across borders, even including the cost of travel and accommodations.

    So even though the economy is faltering, one combination travel and dental vacation can take care of two things at once.  Some of the most effective, excellent and qualified dental providers are found in Mexico or destinations south in Central and South America. South of the border, affordable cosmetic dentistry, permanent dental bridges, dental bone implants, inexpensive dental implants, custom dentures, cosmetic teeth whitening, and pediatric cosmetic dentistry are just a few of the types of care offered.

    Cosmetic dentistry in the U.S. is expensive. Implants may cost $1,200-$2,000 apiece. Bonding may cost $300-$600 a tooth, and crowns may cost anywhere from $800-$1,000. Dental clinics like High Tech Dental Clinic in Costa Rica or Alfadent in Cancun save you up to 50% on such costs, and include the price of a vacation on white, sandy beaches at the same time. Dental travelers to Argentina can save up to 70% on dental procedures, and find exciting locations to enjoy some downtime while you’re at it.

    Don’t let your teeth go. Find affordable and accessible dental care abroad by visiting PlacidWay, a medical and dental resource and provider for discerning people looking for the best deals and affordable dental care in the world.

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    Monday,July 25th, 2011

    by Denise

    If you’re trying to have a baby and not having much luck, you may consider a fertility expert to help you determine the cause and possible treatments that will help you achieve your dreams of parenthood.

    Treatment for infertility includes artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, embryo transfer and reproductive assistance and sperm extraction techniques. Today, you have options and choices that include newer technologies such of assisted reproduction, known as ART, including IVF (in vitro fertilization) and PGD (pre-implantation genetic diagnosis), assisted zona hatching (AZH) and autologous endometrial coculture (AEC) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).

    Fertility experts and infertility treatment abroad offers the best infertility doctors in Argentina at facilities such as Fertility Argentina, also known as CEGYR in Buenos Aires. Argentina, South America is known for cutting edge technologies in fertility treatments, as is India. Medical tourism in the fertility field is booming now, in locations and in Turkey and Jordan, South America and Southeast Asia. Assisted reproduction fertility treatment facilities in Mexico have also grown clientele lists.

    Visit PlacidWay.com and find more information about fertility treatments, specialists and fertility facilities and treatment centers around the world. Some of the best include but are not limited to:

    • Adiva – India
    • Superior A.R.T. – Thailand
    • Jinemed – Turkey
    • Fertility Argentina  (CEGYR)- Argentina
    • Healthcare Agency – Georgia
    • New Life – Ukraine
    • Surgical Bliss – South Africa

    If you’re looking to conceive, give yourself the best chance possible. Whether you’re looking for ICSI, IVM, ovarian cortex freezing or you’re dealing with male or female infertility issues, seek out the best, no matter where you live.

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    Tuesday,June 21st, 2011

    by Denise

    It’s hard to be patient when you’re trying to conceive a child. Thousands of couples around the world deal with the
    stress, the hopes and sometimes, the dashed dreams of doing so. The high cost of fertility treatments in some countries is a definite barrier to creating a family, leaving many couples disappointed and discouraged. However, it doesn’t have to be that way.

    Treatments such as artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, embryo transfer and reproductive assistance and sperm extraction techniques have been common in the past. Today, expectant parents trying to conceive have more options including new technologies. Called assisted reproduction technology, such treatments, also called ART, including IVF (in vitro fertilization) and PGD (pre-implantation genetic diagnosis), assisted zona hatching (AZH) and autologous endometrial coculture (AEC) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).

    Sounds expensive, doesn’t it? However, these reproduction technologies are within reach of couples around the world. For
    example, infertility treatment abroad offers the best infertility doctors in Argentina at facilities such as Fertility Argentina, also known as CEGYR in Buenos Aires. In India, the Adiva facility makes dreams come true. A facility in Greece called emBIO specializes in leading edge reproductive technologies, as does the compassionate staff at Healthcare Agency International in Tbilisi, Georgia.

    For information regarding accessible and affordable fertility treatments and procedures, visit PlacidWay, an international medical provider and resource for individuals considering travel abroad for more options and cheaper prices for the same treatments you’d
    receive in the U.S. Don’t let money come between you and your dreams. Look for other options. Some are more viable than you’d think.

     

     

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    Monday,June 6th, 2011

    by Denise

    Cosmetic dentistry and orthodontics are more affordable than ever before. Tired of spending hundreds or even thousands more dollars than necessary discerning Americans are traveling south of the border for their dental care. Accessible and affordable quality cosmetic dentistry, dental crowns and bridges, dental bridge care, as well as dental implant surgeries are found in locations throughout Mexico, Latin America.

    Cosmetic dentistry is a field that restores correct jaw function and a bright, white smile in addition to:

    • Repairing rough spots or chips
    • Filling cavities
    • Filling gaps between teeth
    • Bleaching teeth for a whiter, brighter smile
    • Covering and protecting broken teeth with porcelain crowns
    • Improving dental health and function through bonding, bridges, and dental implants

    Did you know that dental professionals and clinics like High Tech Dental in Costa Rica or Alfadent in Cancun, Mexico costs less than you’d pay in the U.S.? For example, implants in the U.S. may cost $1,200-$2,000 apiece. Bonding may cost $300-$600 a tooth, and crowns may cost anywhere from $800-$1,000.

    Costa Rica is becoming ‘the place to go’ for dental care and surgery. Costa Rica Medical Tourism and Retirement Services have earned a reputation as one of the best tourism providers for excellent care and facilities in the fields of dental implants and dentistry.

    Explore your options when it comes to dental care. Push the envelope and try combining the vacation in Latin America with the high quality and caring services of excellent dentists, dental surgeons and dental facilities in Mexico to Argentina. Visit PlacidWay.com for more information about providers, facilities, pricing and qualifications.

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    Sunday,May 1st, 2011

    by Denise

    Increasing numbers of Latin American healthcare facilities and providers are achieving international accreditation from organizations such as the JCI, and ISQA to ensure quality of care, the best in equipment and technology, and clean and state-of-the-art facilities and hospitals. Latin America is a leading provider in the fields of cosmetic and plastic surgery, stem cell therapies and many alternative treatments accepted and practiced around the world.

    Providers and facilities in Latin America offer treatment in a variety of fields including obesity, plastic and cosmetic surgery, stem cell research and development, dentistry, vision, and orthopedic care.  Medical tourism in Latin America offers some of the best doctors, surgeons and facilities in the world.

    For example, Dr. Omar Gonzalez of Integra Medical Center in Mexico offers cutting edge stem cell research and therapies. Ageless Wonders Panama, located in Panama City, Panama offers high tech cosmetic surgery, anti-aging and age management treatments. Makeover Travel, located in Santa Cruz, Bolivia offers one of the most respected and famous medical tourism companies in the world.

    If you’re looking for more affordable medical care with the same quality and experience, you expect from the best, then visit PlacidWay, an international medical tourism portal based in Denver, Colorado offers consumers choices when it comes to their healthcare options. PlacidWay provides information regarding facilities, treatments, procedures, surgeons and physicians around the world who operate certified, respectable, reliable, and affordable medical care.

    You want and demand the best in medical care and services. Latin American destinations, doctors and surgeons make sure you get what you want.

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