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Calzada Del Valle 125-7 Monterrey
Dr. Eduardo is a leading Plastic surgeon in Leon, Mexico. His clinic stands for its integral medical attention provided to every patient. Their professional team is made of interdisciplinary specialists who have much experience and who receive constant ongoing training. That is why the clinic always guarantees all of their medical treatments meet the highest standards of quality combined with the support of top-notch facilities and the latest technology, which leads to complete satisfaction of the patients.
Dr. Eduardo de la Garza Santos is certified by the Mexican Council of plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. Member of the Mexican Association of aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery and the college of aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgeons of Nuevo Leon. So far he has completed more than 250 surgeries successfully, which includes 980 procedures.
The clinic aims to be the best private comprehensive medicine and inpatient clinic to offer care, conservation, and regenerative medicine for individuals in recovery, health, and well-being with certified medical specialists equipped with the finest avant-garde technologies.
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"I started with my first procedure couple of weeks ago. I have lack of function in one of my kidneys and I thought that stem cell therapy could improve my condition. The staff was incredibly kind with me. The place besides being immaculate, it is so beautiful. My entire experience was extremely pleasant."
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Steve was 55 years old, worked full-time as a heavy equipment operator and bridge foreman and farmed in his spare time. His vision had been deteriorating over time, but he blamed it on age and probable cataracts. After a scary instance of getting lost while driving after dark, he went to the doctor with the expectation of having cataract surgery and “fixing” his vision. The doctor told him it wasn’t cataracts at all, but Retinitis Pigmentosa and that he would probably go blind.