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If you are travelling, it is unlikely that dental care is on the top of your mind. However, should you get a toothache or crack a filling while outside the country, know that:
In case of a dental emergency in a foreign country, knowing what to look for when seeking dental care can help a traveller avoid unnecessary risks.
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