To day over a million people from all over the world receive medical care in Thailand including dental care. Dental Treatment in Thailand is extremely affordable.
Thailand is well positioned to be the medical hub of Asia. The country off ers state-of-the-art facilities and technologies, internationally certifi ed medical & dental services, excellent medical expertise, highly qualifi ed medical professionals, and a wide range of highstandard hospitals. Thailand also has a significant number of internationally accredited medical facilities. In order to develop Thailand into an “International Health Center for Excellence”, the Ministry of Public Health, the national focal point for implementation of the Medical Hub Policy, is executing its second strategic plan (2012-2016). The plan encompasses four major areas: medical services, integrative wellness centers, dental clinic, development of Thai herbs, and traditional and alternative Thai medicines. Thailand is one of the world’s largest medical tourism markets, with the number of international patients continuing to rise. According to Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health and the Kasikorn Research Center, Thailand welcomed more than 2.5 million international patients in 2012, a 13% increase from 2011. Thailand’s 2012 revenue from medical tourism was between US$4.0 billion and US$4.7 billion, up from US$3.2 billion in 2011. (from BOI)