Last fact-checked: 28 November 2020
Every year, thousands of US and Canadian citizens fly—and even drive—south into Mexico to receive affordable rhinoplasty procedures. Commonly called a nose job, this procedure to correct the size, shape or function of the nose costs at least 60% less at our verified partner clinics throughout Mexico.
Find an experienced rhinoplasty surgeon in top destinations like Tijuana, Cancun and Guadalajara and pay the best prices online when booking with Medical Departures.
Getting a nose job in Mexico is not as scary as it might sound. So long as you know where to look, you'll find that the country is home to world-class surgeons who practice in modern medical facilities on par with those back home.
Mexico has its fair share of internationally-accredited hospitals, including the highly regarded Joint Commission International. With ambulatory care facilities–which include consultations and treatments using advanced medical technology delivered on an outpatient basis–Mexico’s private healthcare facilities offer some of the best value for money anywhere in the world.
Similarly, physicians in Mexico's best hospitals and clinics are just as likely to be as skilled and qualified as they are in the United States–and cross-border training means that Mexican doctors have often trained in the U.S. with memberships on American surgical boards.
Mexico is a vast country, with a range of diverse destinations that offer the chance to combine surgery with a pre-procedure holiday. These include popular beach resorts such as Cancun on the east (Caribbean) coast, or Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas on the west (Pacific) coast. Mexico City, the capital, is home to some of the best facilities in the country and easily reachable from all major North American cities, while many patients chose to simply drive over the southern border into border towns, like Tijuana and Mexicali.
We always recommend conducting research on your clinic and preferred destination, which to some extent, can be achieved with general searches online. However, using a reputable booking site such as Medical Departures helps make this process easier. more reliable and more secure. You can book safe in the knowledge that we have background-checked all of the clinics, hospitals and surgeons listed on our site. This includes:
When booking through our site, you are also assured of unbeatable prices, as well as 24/7 customer service and assistance with other aspects of your medical trip such as insurance, hotel bookings, and finance.
Rhinoplasty surgery is unique to each different patient; for example, the steps to correct a broken nose are different from the steps needed to remove a bulbous tip from the end of a nose.
Surgery can take from one to five or more hours, depending upon the complexity of your case. You and your specialist will consult about the various techniques and options, based on your condition and desires.
It is important to remember that recovery times will vary from patient to patient, but that can expect to have swelling and bruising for around two weeks, which is when most people return to work.
Surgical packing in the nose is removed within a week and splints or bandages between 7–10 days. You can usually take part in normal activities, and gentle exercise, after three weeks.
The average cost of rhinoplasty in Mexico is $3,000, compared to around $8,000 in the United States.
Browse these top three clinics in Mexico to compare prices and check out photos:
Find out more by looking through our full list of rhinoplasty clinics in Mexico and see what they have to offer.
Book directly through our site or get in touch with our Customer Care Team if you’ve any questions about rhinoplasty in Mexico. Or if you are ready to book your appointment, you can do so right here any time of the day or night, at no charge to you.
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