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Medical Tourism offers the advantages of saving money and getting the treatment you need without waiting, while at the same time giving you the opportunity to experience a different country. Medical Tourism Agencies are specialised in facilitating the process taking care of arrangements such as contacts with clinics, travel and accomodation for you. Nip'n Tell has the world's largest directory of Medical Tourism Agencies so start your search for your partner right here. 


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The Benefits of Medical Tourism

The benefits of medical tourism can be substantial, particularly when you take the appropriate steps to prepare for your trip and the care you’ll receive abroad.

  • One of the main benefits of getting plastic surgery overseas is getting high-quality medical procedures you need at a lower price. This is actually the number one reason why so many people are choosing to go abroad, as you can save anywhere from 30-80% when compared to the costs you’d incur in a country like the U.S. Even when you factor in the costs of travel, medical tourism might be the most affordable option.

  • Most health insurance won’t cover plastic surgery, so medical tourism can give you access to the care you want. Even if your surgery is covered by insurance, you might find that the out-of-pocket costs associated with treatments in your home country are more than what it would cost to travel to another country for the procedure.

  • You can recover in private. Many people prefer to have plastic surgery and other operations overseas, so they can recover comfortably at a hotel without family or friends dropping in during the healing process.

  • Established global standards of medical care, combined with advancements in technology within the healthcare field, have improved health care throughout the world, giving patients more options.

  • Many of the medical professionals who offer their services to patients from abroad are not only trained, but also certified, in Western nations, including the U.K. and the U.S.

  • There are also medical centers throughout the world that are accredited by international organizations to prove their excellence, and some are members of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). 

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