Dental Tourism in Delhi(India)
Dental Tourism in India
India is fast gaining ground in facilitating world-class medical facilities to people living here as well as to those who come here specifically for this purpose. A large number of international tourists who choose India as the preferred destination want to get sophisticated treatment for dental issues, which could be anything from cosmetic dentistry to root canal treatment. The reason why dental tourism in India is getting so much of attention these days is rising cost of getting such treatments in countries like USA, UK, Australia and Canada. As the dentists here are getting recognition the world over, patients from abroad are getting convinced of the availability of high quality dental services at the most affordable prices.
Dental Tourism in Delhi
Delhi, being the capital of the country, is the most recognized place where one can find world-class dentists and internationally-acclaimed oral care services. This is what making this mega city a distinguished spot on the world dental tourism map. The recently concluded Commonwealth Games has provided the dentists here an opportunity to show their excellence to the world community. Satisfied clients work as brand ambassadors for any service or product, and so the dental tourism in Delhi is flourishing even more. With dentists like Dr. Ratra who have so far treated numerous patients from across the world, the city presents an economical option for all kinds of dentistry and oral care solutions, from smile designing to tooth cleaning and from dental implants to root canal treatment. Quality treatment at low cost is creating more space for dental tourism in Delhi.
For Registration to the courses feel free to contact us at any of our clinics.
For Appointments with our doctors call:
Dr.Gauravjit Singh Ratra
Dr. Harpreet Kaur Ratra
Ratra Dental Center
House No 120
SECTOR 15 A NOIDA.
Second Floor, Savitri Market,
Near Metro Station & PNB
Sec - 18 Noida UP.-201301,
TEL . +91 9818321710, +91 9818225443
Clinic Timings : 1100 hrs to 2000 hrs IST (+5.30 GMT)