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Dubai’s Dental Outlook: A Healthy Smile?

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It is no hidden fact that the value of Dentists or Dental clinics in Dubai, has grown rapidly over the years. As a matter of fact, people in Dubai are now more concerned about keeping up a bright, healthy smile.

Oral care is a core service of human life. Not only do you need to keep your oral health in check, but the way you smile and how your teeth appears in the other person’s eyes, plays a vital impact on gaining good/ bad first impressions. And as they say: “First impression is the last impression.”

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Can Whole Body CryoTherapy Help Me Live A Healthy Lifestyle?

Whole-body Cryotherapy, which essentially means “cold treatment,” maybe a procedure that exposes the body to temperatures colder than negative 200degrees F for 2 to 4 minutes. While it has been wont to treat conditions like MS and atrophic arthritis in Japan since the late 1970s, it’s only been utilized in Western countries for the past few decades, primarily to alleviate muscle soreness for elite athletes, consistent with a 2015 Cochrane review of 4 studies.

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Ethics don’t replace private health cover for expats

Expats and travellers want too much from their free health cards that offer emergency cover in Europe. Most expect the card to give free emergency medical treatment and some believe the card entitles them home by air ambulance if they fall seriously ill or have an accident.

A few even try to get free medical treatment outside Europe by waving the card. The EHIC – the European Health Insurance Card – is a vital document and can save travellers money if they need emergency treatment.

Insurers will often consider discounting or scrapping private health insurance excesses, but the benefits are not as valuable and comprehensive to expats as many believe. In fact, an EHIC does not offer any protection to expats.

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Saudis Demand Expats Take Out Private Health Cover

The Saudi Arabian government is at least taking steps to make health services more available to expats.

Health care is one of the most expensive expat hidden costs of moving to a new country – and can easily be overlooked.

The Saudis have set up a private health care insurance umbrella for expats with insurance companies linking up with more than 2500 hospitals to offer cover.

Although most expats from Europe and the USA to Saudi Arabia are typically high-paid consultants or diplomats, nearly seven out of 10 of the country’s population of population of 30 million are expats.

Most are from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh and work in poorly paid jobs, often in bad conditions where they are exploited by local businesses.