A sunny tropical vacation and cheaper dentistry

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Dental tourism is on the upswing once again with people craving a sunny winter break and the advantage of cheap dentistry in the tropics.

But is it safe? Is there be a heavy price to pay for visiting a dentist in a foreign country?
This week we've heard success stories of sun, sand, rest and relaxation and root canals, crowns and implants and along with the some horror stories.
So what do you need to know before you go so that you avoid a dental disaster.
Doctor Preety Desai is a certified specialist in periodontics and implant surgery.

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