April 1, 2016
(IMTJ) – Hungary claims to be the European capital of dental tourism, although there are no reliable figures to back that claim. The story of how Hungary became Europe’s dental chair is a case study in medical tourism. Investigative journalist Sasha Issenberg goes on the trail of dental tourism in Hungary, with a lesser concentration on Bulgaria, and a glance at dental and medical tourism in other European countries.
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