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Cheap AND reliable dental treatment abroad

Cheap AND reliable dental treatment abroad

With prices for healthcare soaring in Western Europe and Britain, and a long queue to wait through at the NHS office, it is no surprise that more and more people are turning towards a third option-getting medical care in a different country. Indeed, medical tourism has become such a booming trade that doctors from many countries bank on it as a stable meal ticket, and have specialized in this field, having offices that cater to tourists who visit their country for the sole purpose of curing their ailments. The vast majority of these patients are suffering from dental problems.


BioLok, revolutionizing tradition

BioLok, revolutionizing tradition

Not content with a mere 25 patents, the R&D division of BioLok, OrthoGen, has developed the first nanotechnological bone grafting material approved for clinical use in the USA. NanoGen improves over traditional calcium sulfate grafting materials by refining absorbtion rates and stimulating new growth, ensuring even, consistent development of new bone. With one eye on implantology, BioLok looks set to enhance the functionality and long term satisfaction of their professionally trusted line of dental implants.


Has a dental holiday ever sprung to mind to help you save that money?

Has a dental holiday ever sprung to mind to help you save that money?

Would you like to combine a trip to Budapest, Hungary for your dental treatment? This will enable you to save money on your treatment and gain extra funds for your trip to do what you like whilst saving the vital money on your dentistry.


Many Young Children Off To A Poor Start With Dental Health

Many Young Children Off To A Poor Start With Dental Health

Although child health experts recommend that children begin oral health care by age 1 or when their first teeth emerge, a new report from the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health shows that most children ages 1-2 have not yet started seeing a dentist.


Oral Cancer Recurrence Predicted By Gene Signature

Oral Cancer Recurrence Predicted By Gene Signature

Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma (OSCC) is responsible for nearly a quarter of all head and neck cancers. It is one of the leading causes of cancer death - largely due to the failure of current histological procedures in predicting the recurrence of the disease. New research published in BioMed Central's open access journal BMC Cancer shows that a four-gene signature may accurately predict which patients are at higher risk of OSCC recurrence.


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