Although I keep having to address and readdress (and re-readdress as the case may be) the issue of security when getting dentéla treatment abroad and it may seem like everyone now knows how to deal with dental tourism offices and booking dental treatments abroad, it seems like I am wrong. The first things to come up when you google dental treatments abroad are articles like this one, so it seems that not everyone has understood how to deal with this issue, despite my most sincere efforts. So let me quickly reiterate how to not get ripped off.
The first thing you should look for when you are spending any amount of money is whether or not these people can be held accountable for the product or service that they are pushing. The idea is that if they are, and you can really find them and hold them accountable, than ripping you off is not worth it for them, and performing bad or incomplete services is now a question of unprofessionalism and inability to perform the services that you had paid for.
To root out this unprofessionalism is very simple in the case of medical tourism. Book your dentlatretament through a medical tourism travel office, and you should have no problems at all. These people are reliable, they can be held accountable, and have indemnity insurance, otherwise, they cannot be legally marketed by a medical tourism office, it is just that simple.
Now as for not getting your money’s worth it, if you book through legitimate agencies, this can also be taken care of, by means of a contract, for example. So as long as you are getting dental treatment through a legitimate company, no problems should occur, and if they do, they can be fixed immediately, at the expense of the company or doctor, or you can enter into a lawsuit, in other words, your back is covered. If you are taking part in the booming illegal medical trade than suit yourself, you have no way of knowing what you are getting into, and you have no legal aid either, as you are paying for a crime, in essence, you are generating the crime that you are a victim of, and you pretty much deserve what you get.
Notice that articles like the one I linked above do not deal with these issues specifically. They mention that it is hard to get a hold of the doctor, and that they cannot be held responsible, but they do not mention which company or travel agency they booked their ticket from.
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