Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Mexican Dental Vacation for Seniors, Aarp Dental Travel

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Mexican Dental Vacation for Senior Dental Travel, Superior Dentistry for Aarp Dental Patients

A tranquil Mexican Dental Vacation resort scene a few miles south of your Puerto Vallarta Dentist.

By Mexican Dentist Guide:

AARP dental plan members, seniors and Baby Boomer dental makeover patients can have dental vacations with free airfare to a Cabo dentist, Cancun and Puerto Vallarta dentist by About Mexican Dentists.com the Mexico dental travel company owned by an America dentist. The program goes a long way toward helping many seniors solve their health care crisis by making a Mexican dental vacation.

Cabo dentists Cancun, Mazatlan & Puerto Vallarta dentists are world-class Mexican dental vacation destinations visited by thousands of dental tourists every year. They feature miles of beaches, big game fishing, golf on designer courses, shopping in designer malls, casinos, fine dining, and activities galore from surfing and dinner cruises to extreme sports. The warm sun and good times are sure to speed ones recovery.

Riders on Palmillia Bay in Los Cabos. Photo by David Mandich for About Mexican Dentists.com

Tesoro Resort Marketing Director Antonio Duran states that the healthcare tourism niche is a growing facet of the Mexican tourism industry and his hotel appreciates dental vacationers and medical tourists because they stay at the hotel for 1 to 2 weeks versus 3.5 days for the average tourist.

Beautiful Palmilla Bay in Los Cabo not far from your Cabo Dentist, the tropical fish loaded bay is generally calm and perfect for snorkeling with underwater visibility @ 150' or more. Photo by David Mandich for About Mexican Dentists

In Mexico AARP dental, Baby Boomers and seniors from 50+ can have dentistry by English speaking board-certified specialists at a fraction of the prices back home. Whether you need several crowns, implants or a full mouth cosmetic restoration, you’ll save thousands of dollars by having your work done by a certified Mexico dentist in a fabulous resort town while vacationing virtually free.

Dental makeovers can cost $40-$75,000USD in the United States versus only $15-20,000USD with a Cabo dentist in Mexico using the same materials and equipment ordered from the same dental supply catalogs American dentists order from. 

Dental crowns that cost $800-3,000 in the US, cost only $425-650 with an About Mexican Dentists.com board certified Puerto Vallarta dentist in Mexico. Similar savings are available for plastic and general surgery patients.

For more information and a Free Online Consultation for your Mexico dental travel to a board certified Cabo, Cancun, Tijuana, Los Algodones or Puerto Vallarta dentist – visit  www.AboutMexicanDentists.com


Semi-retired American dentist Dr Nelson Henry AMD is the new owner of About Mexican Dentists.com. He sends patients to board certified Cabo San Lucas, Cancun, Tijuana and Puerto Vallarta dentists for affordable dentistry. And is available for expert dental tourism advice and estimates.

Dr. Henry believes dentistry in America should be more affordable.  One way he makes this happen is to send large treatment patients such as those needing dental implants and cosmetic dentistry to dentists in Mexico. But only board certified dentists because they have the training for the procedures most dental tourism patients want.

Little known fact: A certified Mexico dentist costs the same as less-trained general dentist in Mexico.

Visit  His Mexico Dentist Guide website for Free Online Estimates, dentist resumes, referrals, Mexico dental vacation info and more
Visit: Mexico Dentist Guide by About Mexican Dentists.com

 Cabo San Lucas from Pedregal Estates. Photo by  David Mandich for About Mexican Dentists 

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Friday, January 25, 2013

How to Travel with the Elderly to Puerto Vallarta, Cabo and Beyond

From the tops of the pyramids to beneath the Sea of Cortez, old and very old people, have historically traveled all over Mexico.

By Cabo San Lucas Writer David Mandich

With the graying of America, Baby Boomers increasingly bring their elderly parents to Mexico's Baja California on family vacations along with their younger "kids" (those 20-Somethings).
Mexico's sunshine, and warmth are seen as conducive to good health and renjuvenation by patients and medical professionals.

With more oldsters flying about it's been noted by medical professionals that airports can cause physiological and psychological stresses on the elderly. Simple baggage handling can be an Olympic challenge for some. At the airport - ask for a wheelchair and special assistance. Dad or Grandma may protest thinking it unnecessary (the dear hearts are so proud) - but assure them it's necessary to have them secure and comfortable as it makes the boarding procedures easier for all.

Caregivers should have pre-travel health consultations with a doctor to review the older persons health and vaccinations status prior to heading south. Travel medical insurance for persons over age 65 is a must with medical air evacuation insurance a plus. AARP has good programs for seniors that bring real peace-of-mind.

According to specialists in geriatric medicine - Kidney, heart and intestinal infections rate high on the list of medical concerns for aging travelers along with overexposure to sun and hypoxemic (oxygen) issues that affect the ability to breathe, reason, and physically move about.

Most resort hotels have wheelchairs to use in-house. In Cabo San Lucas, TransCabo ground transportation can accommodate your wheelchair and you'll save substantially on the special taxi by using Los Cabos Guide Vouchers. They have to remove a seat, bring a ramp and an extra person to help load - the undiscounted cost can run to approximately $200US. for a ride to Cabo from the San Jose airport. Don't be afraid to negotiate. Call from the USA 011 52 (624) 146-0888You may be able to rent a van for a week via the internet for about the same price. Budget, Dollar, Avis, etc. are all here.

Portable oxygen bottles and carts can be rented, refilled or purchased along with nasal supply tubes and masks at Praxair Medical Oxygen Service in San Jose del Cabo at 011 52 (624) 142-5096 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 52 (624) 142-5096 end_of_the_skype_highlighting.

Many American medicines are available here without prescriptions - prescriptions when required can often be obtained from clinics located conveniently near the pharmacies. American and Canadian insurance companies often reimburse for medical care received when abroad, so check with your provider in advance and be sure to keep receipts.

Northwest Medical Los Cabos has facilities in Cabo San Lucas, the major hotels and the airport to aid in medical emergencies with a doctor of geriatric medicine available. Dr. Felix Porras the hospitals director physician belongs to the Aerospace Medical Association and can be contacted for pre-travel advice at (624) 143-5404cel. 044 624 147-5263

They also rent wheelchairs, walkers, shower chairs and portable oxygen tanks. To purchase the above items and other physicians' equipment including stethoscopes, blood pressure testers and portable defibrillators try Medica Los Cabos pharmacy on Zaragoza in San Jose del Cabo tel. 146-9895.

The pharmacy at Plaza Doradas on the 4-lane in San Jose is open 24 hours and has a full inventory of convalescent care products. They are more expensive than most other options. such as the pharmacies located in larger grocery stores.

Looking for reliable discount medicines? Major chain grocery stores such as Soriana's and Mega both have well stocked discount pharmacies with some home care products available such as shower chairs, wheelchairs, walkers etc. at fair prices.

In larger Mexican towns you'll find English speaking general practitioners, cardiologists, endocrinologists, neurologists, anti-aging and other specialists as well as modern E.R. rooms in new hospitals such as Ameri-Med. Nurses and assistants are available to hire to help your viejos (old ones).

Having your oldster monitored by a professional nurse (or hotel recommended babysitter), allows you to go out-on-the-town without having to worry about them sinking at the swim-up bar after a  few margaritas. I know someone who hired an off-duty policeman to monitor their 20-Somethings (smile). I hired one to teach my college age daughter to drive in Cabo. That ended when she almost turned a mini-mart into a drive-thru.

Grandpas' dentures get lost and grandmas' crowns break - and always when on vacation. Board certified dentists at Certified Dentists Internationale' handle dental emergencies 24/7 for many resort hotels.

You'll discover dental care in Mexico or in other developing nations is a fraction of the cost back home and one can save enough on dental care in Mexico to vacation for free. Get a Free Online Consultation, resumes, referral and info on Mexico dental vacations in Cabo, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Tijuana, Los Algodones plus dentists in Manila, HK, Bangkok, India, Dubai and many others at: Board Certified Dentists Internationale'

Best Los Cabos eye doctor - Did they (or you) lose your glasses? Are they (or you) seeing flashes, spots or floaters in your vision? For Lasik, cataract or other surgeries See San Jose del Cabo opthomologist Doctor Antonio Serrano. Tel. (624) 142 6465.

 I can personally recommend him - I was suffering all the above and he saved my sight with his thorough examination and affordable treatment.

Best to all,


David Mandich writes about Baja, Mexico, Asia, dental and medical tourism, business, travel and just about anything of interest. He and his Cabo dentist wife general dentist Dr. Rosa Pena began the dental tourism clinic Angels Touch Dental clinic in San Jose del Cabo. (now closed). 

He recommends Board Certified dentists in Mexico for the more complicated  procedures most dental tourism patients need.

Contact David Mandich at:
email: angelswrote@gmail.com
url: www.angelswrote.wordpress.com

Read more articles by David Mandich at Dental Tourism News Today  & The Cabo Free Press

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