Ken and Carol Purves narrate their wonderful experience when they traveled down to Mexico to receive dental treatments. Their trip was facilitated by Dental Departures and were attended by Sani Dental Group in Los Algodones, which is basically just minutes away from the US border.
In this episode, Ken and Carol shared about the extensive dental procedures they had which is way cheaper than what they could have in Canada or in the US. They have also taken into account how the dental staff of Sani Dental Group displayed an excellent level of professionalism and dedication to their service.
Find out about this interesting story and how traveling to Mexico has brought back their confidence.
Thank you for listening. We would appreciate your comments and reviews
In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- About Ken and Carol’s trip to Mexico to receive dental treatments
- About Ken’s kidney transplant 17 years ago
- How they had an estimate cost of $30,000 for their dental work in Canada that will not be covered by insurance
- How their friends who had gone down to Mexico had helped them in deciding to receive dental treatments there as well
- How Dental Departures facilitated their first trip to and from Los Algodones
- About the dental works they both had which cost sums up to $6800
- How they described the facilities, materials and the staff of the dental clinic
- How the staff exuded an excellent level of professionalism and dedication towards them
- About a friend of theirs, who has not seen or been to a dentist for 25 years, traveled with them in Mexico and got a full mouth restoration for only $4600
- Sani Dental Group
- Sani Dental Facebook
- Sani Dental Twitter
- Sani Dental Youtube
- Sani Dental Google Plus
- Dental Departures
- Ken and Carol Email info: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Onwards Medical Breakthrough
Artificial Spleen ‘Cleans’ Blood of Pathogens
“In one of the gutsiest performances in sports history, NFL quarterback Chris Simms had to be carted off the field after taking several vicious hits from the defense during a game in 2006. Remarkably, Simms returned to the game shortly thereafter and led his team on a scoring drive before having to leave the game for good.”
“As it turns out, Simms had ruptured his spleen and lost nearly five pints of blood.”
“While you can live without your spleen, it serves several important functions in the body including making antibodies and maintaining a reservoir of blood. It also works to keep the blood clean by removing old blood cells and antibody-coated pathogens.”
“Now, scientists from Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering in Boston havedeveloped an artificial spleen that has been shown to rapidly remove bacteria and viruses from blood. The technology could be useful in many scenarios, including protecting people who suffer from immunodeficiencies and those infected with difficult to treat pathogens like Ebola virus. It also has great potential to reduce the incidence of sepsis, a leading cause of death that results from an infection that the immune system tries but fails to control effectively.”
You can learn more about this discovery at this link.
Enjoy the Show?
- Never miss an episode by subscribing in iTunes, Stitcher or by RSS.
- Leave us a rating and review in iTunes (Here’s How)
- Join our growing community on Facebook