The Irish Times - November 2014
« Irish go dental abroad: holidays part of the bargain in Budapest »
With interest rising again after the recession, bargains are there – but dentists warn of the downside of travelling.
A trip to the dentist might not be everybody’s idea of a holiday, but dental tourism is on the rise again for Irish people. According to whatclinic.com, a Dublin-based medical tourism search engine, the number of people living in Ireland inquiring about dental tourism has increased by 5 per cent in the past 12 months.