Cross-border dental care: 'dental tourism' and patient mobility


Patient mobility is increasing. 'Dental tourism' is driven by numerous factors. These factors include the high cost of local care, delays in obtaining access to local dentists, competent care at many international clinics, inexpensive air travel, and the Internet's capacity to link 'customers' to 'sellers' of health-related services. Though dental tourism… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sj.bdj.2008.403



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@article{Turner2008CrossborderDC, title={Cross-border dental care: 'dental tourism' and patient mobility}, author={Lynny Turner}, journal={BDJ}, year={2008}, volume={204}, pages={553-554} }