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Dental tourism has soared in the past few years with 45,000 people from the UK travelled overseas for dental treatment last year, compared to 30,000 in 2006.
This work was an audit of the pre-treatment oral health status of children attending an Irish regional hospital for dental treatment under GA.
A fairer and simpler system of charges for NHS dental treatments was outlined by the Government yesterday.
* Each subject was interviewed regarding six variables; lack of awareness about best practices for preservation, unavailability of time, lack of facility in the area, lack of interest, financial limitations to undertake treatment and previous bad experience about dental treatment to know why most of the people did not opt for crowning after RCT.
To end this problem, the police coordinated with charity organisations, volunteers and the Dubai Institute For Dental Implantation Research to provide the best dental treatment to inmates in the jail's clinic.
Patients who get dental treatment in dental hospital or clinic might have systemic diseases and may be they are on medication.
Dr Roze & Associates Dental Clinic has signed a partnership agreement with the Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates, as part of a new 'Concierge Service', enabling VIP GCC visitors to combine their dental treatment and holiday in Dubai while they rest and recuperate
There has been a 52% rise in the number of children having to wait more than six months for hospital dental treatment, with 1,498 children forced to wait longer than this in 2017, the party found.
They also put off dental treatment during Ramadan, but this can make existing tooth cavities bigger," Dr Nasser Fouda, gum specialist at Sno Dental Clinic in Abu Dhabi, said.
Our vision was simple - to be the best in Oman by offering the best available dental treatment facility in the world.
THE NHS is demanding payment for dental treatment from thousands of West Midlands residents each year - even though they are entitled to free care.
THE NHS is demanding payment for dental treatment from thousands of innocent West Yorkshire residents each year - even though they are entitled to free care.
There are no contraindications to elective dental treatment of patients with stable angina [3].