Why Medical Tourism is Popular in Costa Rica ? the Series ⚕ All Questions, Answered

Why Medical Tourism is Popular in Costa Rica ? the Series ⚕ All Questions, Answered

#MedicalTourism #HealthCare #CosmeticSurgery ‘Why Medical Tourism is Popular in Costa Rica ? the Series ⚕ All Questions, Answered’ Back with my good friend, Johnny, who’s company, Green Health Care, helps folks from the United States, connect with reputable, highly skilled doctors to get their medical, dental, cosmetic needs met at about 1/3 the price.

This video, ‘Why Medical Tourism is Popular in Costa Rica ? the Series ⚕ All Questions, Answered’ is going to explain what we, (D’Angelo and michael alan of Travel Costa Rica NOW) will be doing in the next few weeks in order for you to make a knowledgable, well-informed decision on whether Costa Rica is the right place for you to visit in order to meet your medical, dental, cosmetic needs. We will be touring hospitals, talking to doctors, asking tough questions and the questions you want answered. *Maybe michael alan or D’Angelo will have a procedure done and we will walk you through the process 😉 Super excited to finally get a first hand glimpse into the field of medical tourism, dental tourism etc. Your health care is important and you need to feel comfortable if you’re going travel abroad for medical/dental procedures. This series should help you.

Another video with Johnny:

Costa Rica Health Tourism ?? Help is Here- https://youtu.be/zMCqmVRvdm4

Costa Rica is one of the top destinations in the world for Medical Tourism. Health Tourism in Costa Rica is cheaper (not always the cheapest), but with superb quality outcome, excellent patient care, top-notch doctors and nurses and the latest technology and equipment and not to mention one of the most beautiful locations to recover in, all make Costa Rica a popular destination for things like- dental implants, cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery, preventive medicine, stem cell therapy, Orthopedics and Gynecology, hip replacement, spine/back surgery, tummy tucks, liposuction, breast augmentation and many more.

The following are the most common and popular specialties and procedures done in Costa Rica:

-Dentistry: implants, crowns, veneers, bridges, dentures
-Plastic surgeons: plastic surgery, reconstructive surgery (nose, breast augmentation, butt lift
-General surgeons: gastric bypass, gastric sleeve
-Orthopedic surgeons: hip, knee, and shoulder replacements
-Dermatologists: laser removals, Botox

Apart from the natural and cultural attractions of Costa Rica, the country has first class recovery facilities and spas. These places offer a comfortable and supportive environment for patients to recover after a medical/dental/cosmetic procedure. Many have 24-hour nursing services, all-inclusive meal plans, and massage facilities. *We will be visiting one.

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I hope you ENjoYed this video, ‘Why Medical Tourism is Popular in Costa Rica ? the Series ⚕ All Questions, Answered and hope to see you in Costa Rica very soon. From all of us at Travel Costa Rica NOW.com Pura Vida.

18 Comments

  1. I had dental work done (crowns, root canals) 100% recommended CR. Profesional, 1/2 price from here in the states wonderful people and got a vacation to boot 🙂

  2. awesome info, my tica wife recently checked on surgeries in c.r. and they don’t do breast reduction…hmm so she is in colombia until the 21st..had lipo and stuff done all costing around $12k..not including airfare of course..but we had to jump thru hoops and get all testing done in the u.s., blood work, mamogram, ultra sounds etc…this does include hotel and after care with nurses several times a day, recovery therapy, meals etc..total time will be 3 weeks..and she had to go on a diet before all this…so it is not like you make a call and appointment..this took a few months in planning… so plan it all out financially as well…and pain meds for 3 or 4 days was not included, was several hundered extra,.there is always something….hope this helps tyhose thinking about these surgeries… i call it her mid life crisis…

  3. I was trying to get quotes, determine services last year before the pandemic hit for upper and lower Blepharoplasty. I emailed a few hospitals earlier this year but no one responded. I figured they were very busy focusing on the pandemic. Any service or information on how the necessities for a successful medical tourism trip would be beneficial for all.

  4. Great idea, Mike. I am looking forward to all the info. I live near Liberia and the hospital is supposed to be good but, fortunately, I have not had reason to visit. The local doctors I have seen for basic stuff have been very good.

  5. Mike i had 3000 dollars worth of dental work done there at a fraction of that cost. The dentist trained in Texas was all up to date and clean. There’s a lot to be said about dental and medical services there. Would I recommend it? ABSOLUTELY YES!

  6. Creepy!! I did not know the algorithms included telepathic methods of discovery!

    I was literally having a conversation about checking flights to CR versus another nearby country. I prefer to discuss details privately but wanted to immediately respond and let you know I love this idea (although I prefer not to wait two weeks for many reasons ~ some of which are likely shared by anyone who saw the amount allocated in the next relief package that will add funds for the FDR’s that the IMF will control).

    Anyhow, I have had dental work done in CR in the past and have been waiting since March 17th, 2020, when I cancelled our flights thinking we wouldn’t get in since on the 16th I heard they were.closing boarders. Anyhow, please please do a video on dental implants. I believe you covered most questions that would be helpful to address. Including, where to go, whom to call, average price for partial vs. full implants, length of time (with and without the need for any extractions), etc. I don’t happen to care so much about seeing the place as I am already confident regarding the general quality of work and care in CR.

    I would be super grateful to receive a contact number and best time to call ~ ideally I would prefer to make travel plans this weekend. Including all you offer in terms of where to stay and rental cars (in my case I would like to buy a used car)…okay. I’m certain I am rambling as I tend to do so when excited. I’ll stop other than to mention again how incredibly amazing the timing of this…? “Cliffhanger” (for me) is! Perfect! Thank you!

    Oh!!! Also, is Ivermectin “over the counter” there? I want to follow the FLCCC protocol and of course the situation here only allows for the greatest monetary benefit to be considered as a solution. No point in dealing with the hassle here if it is over-the-counter there as it is in most other countries.

    I absolutely look forward to hearing from you!!! Hopefully meeting you soon as well 🙂

  7. Great subject. I’ve been tossing around the thoughts of doing the stem cell for my bum knee. Here my doctor is wanting to do total knee replacement. What the procedure recoup time and prices on getting it done there?

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