Technological advances in medical tourism


The fourth industrial revolution is not only limited to the development of applications for computers but also includes the creation of devices and machinery aimed at simplifying certain tasks, although most of these involve the use of devices such as smartphones, the reality is that every advance makes companies perform better.

Medicine is no exception, medical science has advanced a lot in recent years, so much so that it was possible to create safe and effective vaccines against diseases such as Covid-19 in less than a year, managing to significantly accelerate the eventual arrival of normalcy. On this occasion, we are going to show you two areas of medicine where technological advances have penetrated especially well and have meant an increase in confidence, as well as medical tourism.

Innovation in dentistry

Dental care is one of the branches of medicine that has most witnessed the arrival of new inventions, procedures such as orthodontics or endodontics have become increasingly unpainful due to the advance in sedatives and anesthetics, in addition to the creation of tools increasingly precise and that leave fewer sequelae.

In addition, the creation of resins to fill teeth affected by decay has also been a real advance that has stimulated medical tourism, especially in those willing to replace the amalgam that used to be used in past decades with more modern and mercury-free resins.

The Huggins protocol dentist has meant one of the biggest motivations for people who want to replace amalgam with resin because many individuals consider that the existence of mercury-derived compounds in these places can affect their health.

Medical tourism has been encouraged in these places because technological innovations in applying the Huggins protocol make it more affordable and convenient for patients.

Advances in bariatric surgery

Bariatric surgery is a type of procedure intended to solve risk obesity problems by reducing the size of the stomach in order to limit appetite and the amount of food that can be consumed.

In recent years, multiple innovations have come in this branch of surgery, as well as new techniques that simplify the procedure, especially in the least invasive of bariatric operations: The gastric sleeve, where the stomach is the approximate size of a banana and its capacity is reduced to only a fraction of the original.

States such as Baja California Norte have seen how technological advances in bariatric surgery stimulate medical tourism, precisely because it increases the confidence on the part of patients of foreign origin and, therefore, the number of people who decide to do medical tourism in the state.

The novel gastric sleeve surgery in Tijuana is one of the most requested medical procedures by tourists of this style, precisely because the doctors of the place have achieved results in a short time, as well as less noticeable scars.