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  1. #38

    Veneers.

    Anyone have any recommendations on places to get veneers?

  2. #37

    Lasik surgery info

    Anyone have first hand experience with this? I googled a few clinics and they are selling services under $1000/ eye. Supposedly a Colombian doctor that started it all.

  3. #36

    Dr Camilo Novoa Great Dentistry in North Bogota, General Dentistry and Implants.

    Dr Camilo Novoa Bolivar.

    I have a few implants with crowns from Dr Camilo. Very satisfied paid $300/$350 each.

    He has a nice clinic. He is a Professor of Implantology at Javeriana University.

    Carrera 20 # 125-38 - Oficina 101.

    Barrio: Santa beárbara Occidental Bogota.

  4. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by UrbanWildlife  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone have a referral who has had first hand experience with a dentist in Cartagena who specifically does cosmetic dentistry?

    Your kindness in sharing this referral will be greatly appreciated!
    Dental Spa in Castillo Grande is a first rate dental clinic Dr Covo speaks English and I highly recommend him! They have a website with pricing.

  5. #34

    Medical insurance, tests & procedures

    Quote Originally Posted by PirateMorgan  [View Original Post]
    I lived in Costa Rica for 13 years up until 2 years ago. Then I live in Medellin for 7 months. I can tell you a few things. Not everything. And I will make some subjective remarks also. A colonoscopy in Costa Rica costa costs $300+ any polups. In Colombia it is $180! Both are at top hospitals. Some medications in Costa Rica that cost $1. 00 per pill are almost $4. 00 in Colombia. Generally speaking. Brand name medications cost a LOT more in Colombia or are not even available. In my opinion Medical care in Medellin costs much less than CR. The quality. Give me Colombia anytime. The Medellin hospitals and clinics are 1st class. Maybe better than the USA. Maybe. I had a private health care policy in Colombia. Complete coverage for $210 per month. At 65 years old! It was the best insurance policy I have ever had.

    The CR caja insurance is worthless. The Colombian 'caja' might be better. I say might be. The Colombian caja is good for immediate care. For long term it is questionalbe. Again. Bring your medication with you if going to Colombia.
    I would like more information about how you were able to sort out your health care. Are you currently living in Medellin or Colombia? (for that matter) Are your costs based on your age? I wouldn't mind getting some tests done when I visit in the Fall since the prices you quoted are way cheaper than in the US.

  6. #33

    Life in Medellin

    How did you like living in Medellin? Tell us about it please.

    Quote Originally Posted by PirateMorgan  [View Original Post]
    I lived in Costa Rica for 13 years up until 2 years ago. Then I live in Medellin for 7 months. I can tell you a few things. Not everything. And I will make some subjective remarks also. A colonoscopy in Costa Rica costa costs $300+ any polups. In Colombia it is $180! Both are at top hospitals. Some medications in Costa Rica that cost $1. 00 per pill are almost $4. 00 in Colombia. Generally speaking. Brand name medications cost a LOT more in Colombia or are not even available. In my opinion Medical care in Medellin costs much less than CR. The quality. Give me Colombia anytime. The Medellin hospitals and clinics are 1st class. Maybe better than the USA. Maybe. I had a private health care policy in Colombia. Complete coverage for $210 per month. At 65 years old! It was the best insurance policy I have ever had.

    The CR caja insurance is worthless. The Colombian 'caja' might be better. I say might be. The Colombian caja is good for immediate care. For long term it is questionalbe. Again. Bring your medication with you if going to Colombia.

  7. #32

    Costa Rica.Colombia medical dental costs.

    I lived in Costa Rica for 13 years up until 2 years ago. Then I live in Medellin for 7 months. I can tell you a few things. Not everything. And I will make some subjective remarks also. A colonoscopy in Costa Rica costa costs $300+ any polups. In Colombia it is $180! Both are at top hospitals. Some medications in Costa Rica that cost $1. 00 per pill are almost $4. 00 in Colombia. Generally speaking. Brand name medications cost a LOT more in Colombia or are not even available. In my opinion Medical care in Medellin costs much less than CR. The quality. Give me Colombia anytime. The Medellin hospitals and clinics are 1st class. Maybe better than the USA. Maybe. I had a private health care policy in Colombia. Complete coverage for $210 per month. At 65 years old! It was the best insurance policy I have ever had.

    The CR caja insurance is worthless. The Colombian 'caja' might be better. I say might be. The Colombian caja is good for immediate care. For long term it is questionalbe. Again. Bring your medication with you if going to Colombia.

  8. #31

    Steroids & HGH in Colombia

    Heard you can get these OTC (over the counter)

    Heard its legal in Colombia.

    Anyone know any pharmacys?

  9. #30
    I find that there are gringo prices in effect in Medellin.

    A cap in Medellin is $425. A cap in Costa Rica is $225. Isn't Costa Rica supposed to have a higher standard of living as far as Latin America goes?

  10. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by speedyg50  [View Original Post]
    i will be back in medellin this week to continue some dental work, which to be honest is so so. looking for another dentist that has been successfully road tested by members here. implants is what i need next. could only find the following online.

    dr. juan carlos mejia and.

    dr juan david restrepo, from the following website.

    http://www.medellinhealthtourism.com/

    anyone used these guys or can make a recommendation of others that are better.
    juan carlos mejia is expensive. i had teeth whitening done and he did an ok job (not bad) but i expected more. he is also 60-70% of what it costs in usa. part of it could be that the treatments they use for good quality whitening are all imported. i spoke to others who had veneers and bridges done there and they were happy.

  11. #28
    I have been shopping for some crowns. Costa Rica is about 1/2 the price of Medellin. The problem is that you get to sit on the beach for the two weeks it takes to get crowns.

  12. #27
    I went to this guy today for a root canal and fixing of a chipped tooth and can't say enough good things about him. Great prices, excellent english and he did an amazing job. Felt no pain and you can't even tell he did anything or that my tooth was ever chipped.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandman0011  [View Original Post]
    Great guy. Speaks very good English. Lists prices for various procedures.

    For his english web site:

    http://www.medellintravelguide.com/j...drestrepo.html

    Dr. Juan David Restrepo.

    Will make Sat and Sunday appointments and is available for emergency dental needs if you break a tooth or something. Right across the street from Parque envigado.

    He will answer e-mails and his cell phone (imagine?). He will even do over a web cam diagnosis or look at digital x-rays.

    Good guy too. Took really good care of a frineds root canal needs (3 of them)

    PARQUE DE ENVIGADO.

    Cra 43 # 37 sur 77 local 201.

    Edificio Quorum 2nd Floor

    Medellin, Colombia.

    (574) 276 5686.

    CEL (57) 310 822 1220

    E-Mail: fonsirpo@yahoo.com

  13. #26

    Recommendation for health insurance in Medellin

    I am planning to be here for 3-6months. My USA insurance expired. Which insurance you recommend here? How much is it approximately? Any gotchas I need to be aware of? I am in 30s, healthy.

  14. #25

    Dermatologist

    Quote Originally Posted by Scharlie  [View Original Post]
    Please PM or post here.
    Dermatologist.

    He speaks very good English, his prices are reasonable, he takes his time with you, no rushing. His secretary does not speak English. Usually you can just stop in and they will give you an appointment sometime the same day. Highly recommended.

    Dr Gustavo Acevedo Merino.

    Torre Sur del Centro Comercial San Diego.

    Calle 33 No. 42B-06 Consultorio 1219.

    Medellin.

    Phone: 262 3455

  15. #24

    Need dermatelogist who speaks at least little english in Medellin.

    Please PM or post here.

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