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Open wide: the cavities in Turkey's dental boom


Dental tourism is booming in Turkey, where new dental clinics open monthly to serve customers from abroad who are looking for low-price dental work. Yet a lack of regulation and quality control in the sector is raising concerns among dental professionals trying to maintain their credibility.

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