Dental tourism causes a mouthful of trouble

Dental tourism can be a tempting offer. However some stories will leave your teeth chattering (Spencer Green/AP).
Part dental visit, part vacation.

Dental tourism appeals to the deal seeker who can't resist the temptation of combining a sun-soaked holiday with cheap dental work.

In this next case we hear about a deal that was too good to be true, leaving our next patient with a mouthful of trouble.

Deanna Konjolka is a Kamloops grandmother.

She works part-time in a garden centre.

She discovered that when it comes to getting dental work done in foreign countries it's buyer beware.

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