With the popularity and power of the Internet at an all-time high, up to 50% of the patients on which we perform surgery have gotten their information - and booked their travel - online. There are some things to consider when traveling for plastic surgery. Mexico, fortunately, is a convenient destination from the United States.
Our traveling patients from out of the country fly in to the airport in San Diego, California. From there, it is only a 25-minute drive to our office for which we provide complementary transportation. Our personal driver will pick you up at the airport and bring you right to our office.
Before arranging travel, do make sure that you have all the documents that you need and that you understand the regulations for international travel. Visit here for more information: http://travel.state.gov/passport/passport_1738.html.
Is it safe to travel to Mexico?
The most common airlines used to travel to San Diego are Southwest, Continental, American Airlines, U.S. Airways, Delta, and Alaska Airlines. See San Diego Airport website for more information: http://www.san.org/
We recommend several local hotels in San Diego and Tijuana for your accommodations. http://www.hotelpuebloamigo.com/ Contact us for more information and suggestions for traveling for plastic and cosmetic surgery.
Dr. Manuel Gutierrez Romero has been a Board Certified Plastic Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgeon for 13 years; his mission is to provide an ethical and honest evaluation regarding your plastic and cosmetic surgery needs and a personalized consultation to understand your expectations. From there, we will suggest the most advanced - and most ideal - procedures to meet your needs and obtain the best results. We will offer all of this in a comfortable, clean and personalized environment and always ensure that everything we offer is at the most reasonable cost.
The United States offers excellent medical care but that care can come at a staggering price. Consumers, armed with the Internet and a desire to have more control of their own medical care and the prices attached to that care, have turned to medical tourism - traveling to other countries where they are able to still receive the high quality medical attention they have come to expect, but at dramatically lower prices. Many patients also tell us that they feel that they get more personalized attention and even better care outside of their country. Patients from the U.S. who are facing substantial medical costs and those in Canada who face substantial wait times have subsequently looked to their southern neighbor to answer their medical dilemma.
Dr. Manuel Gutierrez Romero - and his staff - embody all the best that medical care in Mexico has to offer - a strong commitment to performing safe, effective, and affordable procedures and a passion for personalized and compassionate patient care.