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DENTAL TOURISM: AFFORDABLE AND ACCESSIBLE VACATION IN INDIA

*Dr. Ila Verma, Dr. L. Vamsi K. Reddy, Dr. Panchali Kashyap and Dr. Md. Sanaullah

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The common word globalization in t`e 21st century reflected a surplus of progress, industrial prosperity, streamlined corporate dentures, and new attitudes to health-seeking behaviour. A heterogeneous trend of transnational health travel has lately been attracting interest as a tool for patients to achieve cost-effective, reliable and higher clinical treatment of comparison to their home countries. Dental tourism has been acknowledged as it varies considerably between industrialized and developing countries in care costs. Dental tourism, commonly referred to as dental vacations, is subset of medical tourism, involving those who are seeking dental care outside their local healthcare systems during their holiday. Thanks to the increasing worldwide dental tourism, India, a continental republic, has recently become a popular destination for international dental patients due to its successful and improved care. However, people still face many problems in order to take advantage of the industry. For example, simplifying the health visa process and instituting visas upon arrival for patients to encourage dental services are essential to eliminate the complexities of this process. The lure of dental tourism is price and quality. Foreigners travelling to India for their treatment can save upto 70%. Odontology and dental companies advertise "all-inclusive" package deals including dental procedures, booking hotel rooms, side trips to tourist attractions and airline tickets to attracted global customers. The wave of dental tourism aims to improve India's multifaceted economy with existing policy operation in full speed. It's not in the horizon. Here it is! In India, dentistry provides Americans who are searching for a more accessible alternative to expensive dental treatment in the US with a competitive advantage. Many Mexican dental clinics, including new technologies, provide healthy and high-quality dental services. As healthcare expenses in the United States are an issue, solutions like India's dental facilities would continue to be a welcome help for many Americans. India, because of its resources, is a desirable destination and technologies in which developing countries have similar standing. Here are some of the finest clinics and worldwide rehab centres have the latest facilities.

Keywords: Dental Tourism, India, Dental care, Affordable.


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