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February 26, 2021 News BlogsCharityHealth care tourism

Dreaming of a Post Pandemic Vacation…Think Mexico!

by Cheryl Young

Where is the best place to holiday in Mexico? Hint: it doesn’t have a beach. Nor bands of roving teenagers or reggae music blaring from the local tiki bar. Nary a noisy waterski or revving power boat pulling a hang

December 18, 2019 News News

Vietnam Turning into Medical Tourism Destination for Dental and Cosmetic Care

by VOA News

Foreign tourists normally pour into Vietnam to see colonial architecture and limestone jutting out of the sea. Now some are headed to Vietnam’s clinics and hospitals. They’re part of Asia’s latest medical tourism industry. Vietnamese officials hope medical tourists will

June 2, 2011 News Health care tourism

Looking for a locum? Health and Dental Tourism: What’s Happening in Hungary, Turkey & Oklahoma?

by ken

The fact that ANYTHING is happening in Oklahoma warrants this blog entry. From Worldental.org – June 1, 2011 In Hungary, the dental tourism profits reach a stunning 227 million Euros annually,which means that the country has got as much as 40% share

May 28, 2011 News Health care tourism

$1000.00 for a crown – in the immortal words of Smokey Robinson – you better shop around

by ken

From Forbes by Tom Barlow – May 27, 2011 The Internet has brought about a sea change in how we shop for widely-available goods. No more can a local merchant get away with overpricing products that savvy shoppers can comparison

May 14, 2011 News Cosmetic DentistryGeneral NewsTrends in Dentistry

India – the Popular Hotspot for Dental Tourism

by ken

Thomas Friedman called it in his book, The World is Flat: A Brief History of the 21st Century.  From Worldental.org – India has always been an interesting and at the same time fascinating tourist spot for people from all over the

February 19, 2011 News General News

South of the border, down Mexico way, that’s where I fell in love where stars above, came out to play.

by ken

Canadian and American dental patients are heading to Mexico in their droves to avoid high dental costs in their own countries. In recent years,the number of dental patients heading abroad for treatment has increased signif Image via Wikipedia icantly, as