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Clearwater Florida. 14,000 for hospital and 5000 for dr fees

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19000 total? Orlando ranges from 10,500 to 14,500

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$4400 in Mexico and I researched the crap out of the surgeon and the company. There is a lower complication rate there than there is in the states. There is no way that I would consider going to anyone who has a complication rate as bad as most of the doctors here in the states.

Who is the dr. for 4400 in Mexico?

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$4400 in Mexico and I researched the crap out of the surgeon and the company. There is a lower complication rate there than there is in the states. There is no way that I would consider going to anyone who has a complication rate as bad as most of the doctors here in the states.

Who is the dr. for 4400 in Mexico?

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Dr Illan

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just be very sure to have aftercare lined up. the surgeons in florida will not see you If you had surgery in Mexico. I had to have the hospital records after I moved here from ky to PROVE I had the surgery in the us. good luck to you.

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$4400 in Mexico and I researched the crap out of the surgeon and the company. There is a lower complication rate there than there is in the states. There is no way that I would consider going to anyone who has a complication rate as bad as most of the doctors here in the states.

Who is the dr. for 4400 in Mexico?

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I went through Ready 4 a Change. My surgery was last Wednesday. I paid 4400 and that included everything but my airfare down to TJ.

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$20,000 in Portland, Oregon. I am considering going to Dr. Illan. Everything I have read has been positive with no negatives.

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