Medical Tourism Can Get You Healthcare Bargains Abroad 23 jun 2023 In Mexico, American travelers can save anywhere from 60% to 80% on popular dental procedures. For example, the average cost of dental implants in Mexico is $1,190 per tooth, compared with $3,822 in the States, according to Medical Departures, a medical tourism agency and comparison website.
7 Trends Challenging the Dental Industry 14 jun 2023 [Interview with] Paul McTaggart. CEO of Dental Departures (Seattle): “A dangerous trend in dentistry today is the high and rising costs of dental care, forcing millions of patients worldwide to forgo treatment, thereby compromising their overall health and creating larger, costlier conditions down the road.”
Medical Travel Soars Past Pre-Pandemic Numbers 6 sept 2022HealthCare.com reviewed 2022 figures provided by leading platform Medical Departures, an Expedia for medical travel...263,000 Americans are expected to seek medical treatments overseas in 2022, up from 115,000 in the pandemic year 2020.
Here’s What a Root Canal Costs in 5 Countries 21 sept 2021According to Dental Departures, the average price for a root canal, build-up, and crown is $2,094 in the United States. For Americans looking to trim the total cost of dental work, traveling abroad may be the best option.
Americans Are Flocking to Other Countries for Medical Procedures 6 ago 2021...proprietary data from Medical Departures, an “Expedia for medical travel,” found...in 2020 an estimated 290,000 Americans went abroad for dental and medical procedures. The previous year, some 780,000 sought outbound services. Projected analysis for 2021 is 650,000
American Health Tourists Active 4 ago 2021...Americans are willing to travel to Asia, mainly Thailand and the Philippines, for other medical services. Bangkok is their favourite destination for cosmetic procedures such as botox/fillers, breast augmentation, hair transplants and rhinoplasty.
Medical Travel Rebounds: What to Know 21 jul 2021Since winter, Medical Departures has enjoyed a large-scale recovery. “U.S. traffic of patients at this point is roughly the same as it was before the pandemic,” says Pope. “And in dollar terms it’s actually up by 20% to 50%, depending on who you ask. It’s people who’ve deferred larger treatments.”