Shall I go abroad for treat­ment?

Prima (UK) - - Best Of Health -

Med­i­cal tourism is on the in­crease, with East­ern Europe top for den­tistry. Visit healthreg­u­la­ to check if the coun­try has a reg­u­la­tory body and whether it’s com­pul­sory for den­tal pro­fes­sion­als to be reg­is­tered, ad­vises the Gen­eral Den­tal Coun­cil, which also has a guide on its web­site. Ask whether the team speaks English, if they have a UK prac­tice, what af­ter­care is pro­vided, what hap­pens if there are com­pli­ca­tions, and who pays for ex­tra flights, ac­com­mo­da­tion and re­me­dial work if needed. For fur­ther ad­vice, visit den­tal­­metic-treat­ment.

Try not to overdo the fizz this Christ­mas, as Prosecco con­tains enamel-dis­solv­ing phos­phoric, cit­ric and tar­taric acids You’re never too old to get your smile im­proved

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