Board Certified Dentists Internationale tells how dental tourists can avoid their dental implants going sideways after their dental vacation.
By Sandra Jamala
Dental tourism today faces new challenges according to Ms. Carla Helena Sanchez the new Director of Certified Dentists Internationale.
“The expanding dental tourism industry is in danger of getting a black eye with many dental tourism websites and dental travel brokers promoting any dentist who is willing to pay their annual membership fees. The dentist membership fees can cost $1,500us or more per year and generate much valued high treatment patients for dentists in developing nations.
The website dental broker agencies cannot possibly screen the credentials of the 1,000’s of dentists some agencies claim to list. Consumers are often getting shoddy work from general dentists anxious to bag lucrative treatments by misrepresenting their qualifications to unsuspecting dental tourists.