How can owning a passport can entitle you to affordable dental care?

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Your dentist is making payments on his vacation home with your money.   Millions of workers are unemployed, underemployed or facing reductions in salaries and benefits.   Dental insurance companies have frozen benefits and maximums for many years, even though the costs of premiums and treatments have skyrocketed.   Nowadays, insurance may not even cover the cost of fixing one tooth.   For many, affordable dental care is an oxymoron.  However, simply owning a passport can make affordable dental care a reality.


Take a trip abroad to visit a foreign dentist and you can save up to 70% on the total cost of treatment. You will be surprised at the quality of care, the reasonable prices, and level of technology and service.  Dentists abroad use all the same materials and technology as your dentist at home, they just charge much less for their services.  

Explore your options for dental care with a network of over 650 highly trained dentists in 17 countries on Dental Departures.  Read reviews from real patients, see clinics photos, and compare prices.  Speak with an expert representative, contact the clinic, get a quote and book an appointment, all online.

Take a page from the corporate play book:  go global and save up to 70% on your dental care!

Rossarin Phinyowan

My passion is travel and researching my next destination. I am a medical/travel writer and currently write content for Dental and Medical Departures.
To get in touch with this author, or for more info regarding this article, please contact us at author@dentaldepartures.com

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This article is meant for information purposes only and is not intended to be dental advice or instructions for dental diagnosis or treatment. Please consult with your dentist or a qualified dental professional before starting or changing dental treatment