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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Wills View Post
    Thanks- now I'm going to be visualizing that all night...
    Well I know that some of the more modern dental facilities across the border are in fact approved by many insurance carriers just to keep their costs in check. So I wouldn't be a bit surprised if there were medical facilities that cater to Americans from across the border.

    I've done little experiments at a time when I was insured just to see where an American dentist was coming from just by mentioning that I've had a lot of dental work done there including two crowns for $90 apiece. He immediately told me that he needed to replace the fillings and crowns both as they were substandard work and were leaking. So I went and got a second opinion from another dentist (without telling him where I got the dental work) and he said that both the fillings and crowns were fine......That was over 20 years ago and I still have those crowns and fillings.

    So I say propaganda, in some cases, when it comes to getting dental work and what would be prescription medicines from across the border. (You don't need prescriptions for most medicines there) I would certainly consider taking advantage of the better facilities there if the price were right and they were approved by the American insurance carriers whether I used insurance or not.

    But you're talking to someone who ate off Thai street vendors for 5 months with no problems whatsoever. I do stay away from drinking the tap water in TJ though including iced drinks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3alarmer View Post can save some money on the pre colonoscopy procedure, by just drinking the local tap water.
    In all seriousness, you can do that by simply drinking salt water.
    Quote Originally Posted by ElJamoquio View Post
    .... Other than being completely wrong, you're correct.

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