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Q: what is dentistry or orthodontist like in China?

Are treatments expensive? Do you wait long to get appointments? How good are they?

2 years 27 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - China

 
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You heard of the Spanish Inquisition? Lol!
Seriously, it depends. Some are very good and some are not. Just be sure to ask around before you go and thus minimize unpleasant surprises.

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Look here please :

http://answers.echinacities.com/question/18773

Kind regards and this is a no-points answer,

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I'm happy thus far. Had a root canal and cap not too far back.

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You heard of the Spanish Inquisition? Lol!
Seriously, it depends. Some are very good and some are not. Just be sure to ask around before you go and thus minimize unpleasant surprises.

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