dental tourism in the Philippines
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john

Wolverhampton, UK

#22 Nov 28, 2008
check out this site for loads of reviews from real people covering loads of clinics all over the world and all sorts of procedures.I found it really helpful I hope you do to. http://reviews.treatmentabroad.com/8355-en_gb...
Barak C Barok

Philippines

#23 Dec 27, 2008
i'd rather stick to my dentist
Elizabeth A

Mclean, VA

#25 Jun 15, 2009
Philippines have a lot of great doctors and dentists that are educated and trained abroad. I checked the website of www.mls-dentalcosmetics.com that has been harpings its own dental tourism packages online and personally, I think that with good research you can find better deals that this company offers which is not a good deal. Their rates are not even 5%-10% discounted from normal rates in the U.S. Whereas, by my estimation having traveled and partaken services in the Philippines, a good deal should be 1/4th of what it would normally cost you to have services done in the 1st World. Their doctor is not even trained abroad, just attended seminars here and there. Go look elsewhere for your dental services. Beware of those scrupulous greedy providers who may are more after your money than giving you a good deal.
Jens

Germany

#26 Jun 20, 2009
Dental tourism to the philippines is a good choice. Visit our website http://www.dentist-asia.com , we offer you all kind of dental treatment like dental implants, combined telescopic dentures, bridge work and more.Just visit our website and contact us by phone or mail.
Dentist Phillipines

Macau, Macau

#27 Nov 21, 2009
Dental tourism is realy a reason to travel to the Philippnes. In our dental clinic you can get your personal treatment for a very low price. www.dentist-philippines.com
Dentist Philippines

Braunschweig, Germany

#29 Dec 18, 2009
Visit also our dental clinic in Manila, we offer dental implants, telescopic dentures. All in a beautiful surrounding of a 3 floor dental clinic with a nice garden to relax after the treatment. Visit www.dentist-manila.com
Dental Express Manila

Christchurch, New Zealand

#30 Jul 3, 2010
We have been sending Australians and Kiwi's to the Philippines for dental work for six years. We are an an Australian business with a superb dental clinic in Manila.If you are considering traveling to the Philippines for dental work then have your trip organised by the professionals.
Escorted two week group tours available from Sydney and Auckland.
Come visit and see what we're all about
www.dentalexpress.com.au
Sam

UAE

#32 Jul 20, 2010
I got dental implants in the philippines, all in all 6 units from this clinic: http://www.dental-implants-asia.com . The treatment was very convenient, thanks to the staff.
David A

La Mirada, CA

#34 Jul 28, 2010
I was so pleased to dental tours (dental tourism) so well developed in Philippines. I am a retired american doctor who no longer has any dental insurance. Last year I found I need 3 crowns and 1 filling replaced. My us dentist told me it woouldncoat 4500 usd. I decided to wait and go to my beach resort in Puerto Galera Philippines. To my surprise, the goal cost was only 400 usd and the work was good.
I decided to include dental tours as part of what we offer at our resort www.biglala.com . We can help you find the best denist for your need for your dental tour. Our beach resort features diving and snorkeling and a nice beach and pool. The name of the resort is Big La Laguna Beach Dive Resort of the Philippines. See the Dental tours page for examples of dental treatment prices at dive resort-Philippines.com . Previously I had dental workmin Thailand and China. We can make suggestions for denists in Shanghai, Bangkok, Pataya and Beijing.

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