Dental care has been around for centuries.
But what if you could walk into a dentist, ask for the right procedure, and get a better price?
That’s what’s happening in Thailand, where a growing number of people are using the internet to seek out care, thanks to the country’s internet boom.
The country’s healthcare system has been slowly growing over the past few years, but the demand for dental care in the country has been growing rapidly.
In 2015, the government launched the National Health Care Council, a national service to coordinate the care of people with health conditions.
It was created to help coordinate the dental care of the population.
Now, it seems that the government is hoping that the healthcare boom will continue to support its healthcare system.
A new survey by the Health and Social Care Information Centre of Thailand found that nearly 70% of Thai people have access to dental care online, with a whopping 90% of the respondents reporting that they had visited a dentist.
The survey also found that around half of the Thai population have a personal physician, while 20% had a dental hygienist.
Some 40% of people have dental assistants who have been working with them for less than two years, while 10% had an ophthalmologist.
A total of 22% of respondents said they had a general dentist, while another 20% reported a cosmetic dentist.
There are currently around 11 million dental professionals in Thailand and the country also has around 300 dental clinics, which help fill in gaps in the healthcare system, according to the health and social care information centre.
According to the Health Information Centre, over half of all the people in Thailand are now getting dental care through their personal doctor, which is a huge boost for the healthcare sector.
“I feel happy that we have people like that, because I think that’s the way we should treat our people,” said Dr. Vadun Chinnamyan, the president of the Health & Science Council of Thailand.
Chinnam, a dentist himself, says the healthcare services are helping the Thai people to live longer and healthier lives.
“When you see people walking around with a smile, you know that they are enjoying their health and their well-being,” he said.
Chindit, who is also a dental assistant, said the healthcare providers in the area also work hard to ensure that the patients receive the best possible care.
“The care is very good.
We work hard, we are honest, we do everything to ensure the quality of our work,” she said.
She also believes that dental care is now more accessible than ever before in Thailand.
“As long as we can have dental services, we can go to the doctor, we will get the treatment we need,” she explained.