According to the State Department, millions of U.S. citizens safely visit Mexico each year for study, tourism, and business, including more than 150,000 who cross the border every day. The Mexican government dedicates substantial resources to protect visitors to major tourist destinations, and there is no evidence that organized criminal groups have targeted U.S. visitors or residents based on their nationality.
Medical procedures always have a risk of complications; in the same way you choose a trusted healthcare provider in your home country, there are several things you can do before traveling abroad for care. You may consider purchasing a medical travel insurance and working with a medical travel facilitator. Asking a family member or friend to travel abroad with you can also prove to be a valuable resource. Most importantly, you should:
Consult with a doctor at home and find out whether you are a suitable candidate for the treatment.
Research the procedure so you understand how to prepare and what to expect after treatment.