Kerala, a Center for Dental Tourism !
Dental Tourism is
an integral part of Medical Tourism. The rising number of quality
dental clinics have made Kerala an ideal spot for Dental Tourism.
Kerala had already risen as a brand in Medical and Ayurvedic Tourism.
You can get quality dental treatment for just 10% of the costs incurred,
if done in Australia and Europe.
Dental Tourism registed a 30% growth in Kerala. In 2008 about 5000
dental patients visited Kerala, thereby giving crores of forex to
Kerala. The tourists stay in Homestays, in Resorts and Star Hotels.
Quality dental clinics have sprung up as more and more dental tourists
visit "God’s Own Country". Route canal treatment, dental
implant crown, mona treatment and lamination are some of the treatments
the tourists go in for.
Dr Raj Krishnan,
ceo of Krishnan’s Dental Clinic, says that Kerala is in for
a quantum leap, as far as Medical Tourism is concerned. England,
Germany, Austria, US and Switzerland are some of the countries
the tourists come from. Dental tourists Peter Morgan and Elizabeth
Harrison say that you get quality dental treatmenf for just
ten per cent cost in Kerala and that is what had attracted
them to this ” Land of Coconuts” ! They are coming for the
second time to Kerala !
Three airports which grace Kerala, Homestays, Resorts and
Hotels - all these make the tourists journey easy and effortless.
Ayurvedic treatment also can be had, as dental treatments
do not require much drugs !
Those who work in
this field are now trying to get the Accreditation from NABH.
Cruise Tourism is on the rise in Kerala, despite the global recession.
Decorative Passenger Ship Touism or Cruise Tourism is on an upward
curve in Kerala, as 36 cruise ships are visiting Kochi in 2009 fiscal
! 22000 foreign tourists and 10,000 ship workers will be touring
see 11 cruise ships. Of which 4 has already reached the Queen
of the Arabian Sea. Seven more, inlcuding the big cruise ships
- Queen Mary II & Queen Victoria will be visiting Kochi.
12000 foreign tourists will be visiting this month alone.
Six thousand sailors also. From Queen Mary II, 2600 foreign
visitors and 1300 crew members are expected. This Queen of
the Sea will be reaching Kochi on Wednesday and will be in
Kochi for one day.
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