The expansion of medical tourism, real economy


Medical tourism is now booming. It's all about moving to undergo hard to reach his place of residence care. This difficulty can be economic - care is too costly - or medical, medical knowledge is further elsewhere. Add to this ad campaigns combining the functional side with pleasure. Staying in that country to naturally solve a health problem but also to discover its riches dream beaches, enchanting landscapes ... The most telling example is the & ldquo; & rdquo scalpel safari ;, developed by Africa South which combines surgery and safari.
Although the phenomenon is ancient - it is already moving in antiquity to enjoy professional care and that did not exist where we lived - it is now amplified by the economic difficulties many people. Cosmetic surgery, booming, is the basis of trips to the said countries specialized in low-cost surgery (mainly in South America ).
This specialization is new and date of ten years. Initially booked acts for the well beings, medical tourism is now becoming unavoidable. The most exemplary sector is teething. Implants or prosthesis, heavy care ... all this has become too expensive for patients. They are turning to more tailored to their budget solutions. And while some argue that with travel and hotel, the price is the same, it is not. The emerging countries have benefited from this research and offer unbeatable prices for the same care.
Thus, dental care are now made mainly in Turkey, Spain and Hungary, kidney transplants in India and Morocco. Practitioners receive international accreditation and can practice the various acts at lower cost through lower prices on the rise.
These practices therefore attract more and more people n├ęcessitants care they can not afford on their place of residence. For example, dental care can be 80% cheaper. It is an opportunity to seek treatment but also save large sums without naturally forgetting the discovery of the location. To smile again, bridges, implants, crowns, veneers or whitening available. The techniques used are advanced, as the materials. The doctors speak several languages, like nurses to facilitate contact. The prices for a dental implant, for example, start at 850 FS against over 2,000 SF in Switzerland. These dental care abroad can also be practiced in a number of capitals in Europe and worldwide. A ceramic facet starts at 250 FS 2000 against FS. These prices include consultation with the specialist, quotation and manufacturing equipment.
However, there are some rules to follow to avoid disappointment. To find the most effective care centers, it is possible to appeal to specialist companies. These ensure emeritus doctors performing care centers and respecting the rules of cleanliness required.
It is therefore not surprising that the medical tourism enjoys such success.