And, dare we say it, dental tourism is an option that may make treatment more fun than a white-knuckled drive to the dentist’s office at lunchtime.It’s not for everyone, but if you do your homework, this may be a chance to combine the work you’ve been delaying with a great vacation.
“Every year we bring to NYU 110 dentists from 33 countries, train them in advanced procedures, and then they go home. There is no reason to assume the quality of care is any lower overseas.” Dr. Stewart Hirsch, associate dean of New York University College of Dentistry
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When will Boomers be called Seniors? Probably never if they have their way. Calling someone a Boomer is a polite way of avoiding the fact that they are aging. One of the most defining traits of the generation born between 1946 and 1964 may be the inability to acknowledge that they may actually be getting […]
How You Can Avoid Paying Through the Mouth, Part 1 Dentistry in America The cost of dental care has been rising, no question about that. If you have been to the dentist recently and needed any major work, the estimates for procedures from root canals to implants can leave you more numb than that last […]