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Is It Safe to Get Plastic Surgery in India?

Is It Safe to Get Plastic Surgery in India?
The first question that comes to the mind when you think of travelling to India for a plastic surgery procedure (particularly if you are staying in West) is whether or not “Is it Safe to get Plastic Surgery in India?”

Of course, there are various advantages of getting the surgery closer home, and you would want to weigh how much you would save when you choose plastic surgery in India and the pros and cons of it.

We thus sat down with few of our clients after they underwent the surgery (and recovered enough) and asked them what their concerns were before they decided, how were those concerns allayed and how do they feel after they have had their plastic surgery in India with IndiCure.

The following are the highlights of the interview we took from few of our clients, mostly from Western countries (US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand citizens) to know and understand their stories of travelling to India for their cosmetic surgery.

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Or do you think cosmetic surgery is a luxury only the very rich can afford? Well, not anymore!
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Medical Tourism is the phenomenon where people travel to other countries for their treatment, which is either not available in their home country or it is too expensive to afford locally. And when people specifically travel for plastic surgery abroad, it is called ‘Plastic Surgery Tourism’.

Not that “tourism” is always associated with the medical treatment, but since many people choose to combine their surgery with a visit to a tourist destination before or after the surgery, the term Medical Tourism or Plastic Surgery Tourism is coined.

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Heart attack still remains one of the most dreaded words in our lives.

Though medical science has revolutionized the way heart attacks are managed with the evolution of Robotic Heart Surgery and Minimally Heart surgeries, the word still sends shivers down the spine when a loved one suffers a heart attack.

Cardiac rehabilitation, changes in eating habits, losing weight, keeping a healthy lifestyle are all on the table after you have suffered a heart attack.

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Each and Every one would advise you to go easy on life and avoid stress in personal and professional life.

One topic that is essentially missed, however, during discussions is sexual activity after the heart attack.

Be it men or women of any age, sex is an important aspect of your life. And with more and more young men and women falling prey to the heart diseases, the topic has become a real cause for concern.  

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If you also have these questions in mind, read to know the answers to your questions. 
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Why should you choose Weight Loss Surgery in India?
After all, India is still a developing nation or so called “third world country”!

Is it safe to have Bariatric surgery in India? Are the surgeons qualified enough? Are the hospitals well equipped?

These are very obvious questions that would come to your mind if you come across the fact that many people are choosing to undergo bariatric surgery in India.

You would be surprised to know that being skeptical is one thing, some people even mock at those who choose to travel to India for their medical treatment.

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Successful Gastric Bypass of UK CEO helps Britons choose Weight Loss Surgery in India

Traveling abroad for medical treatment or for plastic and weight loss surgery procedures is a common phenomenon these days. However, many people have apprehensions and doubts before they sign up for the surgery or embark on their journey for treatment abroad.
And when traveling means visiting a developing country like India, people, especially from Western countries have lots of doubts in their mind about the safety, quality of care, results and so on.
Medical Tourism to IndiaStatistics show that an increasing number of people from Western countries like UK, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand are coming to India for their medical treatments- both elective surgeries (cosmetic, weight loss and dental) and non-elective procedures such as joint replacement, cochlear implants, heart surgery and cancer treatment.
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