A Dental Tourism is an aged & well known concept where patients, mainly from United Kingdom, Europe, North America, Australia and all over world travel India for Dental & Facial Surgery.
Dental tourism has emerged due to lower international travel costs than ever before and the fact that dental treatment is so expensive likewise the long waiting lists that the patients face in many countries.
One reason why dental treatments in Agra have become so popular is the fact that many Indian Dentists practice in the West.
This builds confidence for patients thinking of taking medical tourism packages to India, as they are aware of the professionalism and expertise and also see the advantages of travelling to India for the substantial reductions in cost.
The reason we are able to offer such competitive prices is due to the fact that our infrastructure costs are a fraction of what they are in the West. Our Laboratory and Staff and other labor costs are less as compared to that in the West. Our savings are then passed on to our patients!
Western dentists simply cannot compete.
Dental treatment in India can offer you all dental treatments you require. If you are looking for Cosmetic Dentistry or Facial Surgery our setup in Agra can provide for your needs at vast cost savings.
Here are a few reasons why you should consider India for your dental tourism needs:
1. Treatments performed by Qualified, Experienced Dentists.
2. Treatment by Super Specialists
3. Lower costs
4. Better Quality
5. Excellent exchange rates
6. Excellent Dental Packages
7. All Dental Personnel speak good English.
The Indian medical tourism market is valued at $ 7 -8 billion by 2020
High-quality healthcare at a low cost makes India a popular medical tourism destination
Top ways to attract international medical patients
India is the most prominent destination as per the Medical Tourism Market Report: 2015 due to highest quality treatment provided at the lowest cost. In Oct 2015, the value of Indian medical tourism was estimated to be $ 3 billion and it is expected to reach $ 7 -8 billion by 2020. As per the CII-Grant Thornton report released in October-2015, 34% of medical tourist are from Bangladesh and Afghanistan, 30 % are from Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States and remaining from Africa and Middle East. The number of medical tourists to India is described in the following table
|Number of medical tourists