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UAE world’s fastest growing medical tourism hub
By Inayat-ur-Rahman February 07, 2018
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DUBAI: The UAE is the world’s fastest growing medical tourism hub poised to become the world’s top destination with total health expenditure allocation jumping from the current $23 billion to $28 billion by 2021.

Indian Dental Association (IDA), 2nd largest dental association in the world and Al Fajer Information & Services, the leading UAE-based exhibition and conference organiser recently announced the inaugural edition of Arab International Dental Conference & Exhibition (Gulf Dentex 2018).

Gulf Dentex 2018, will be held in October from 22nd to 24th at Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (Adnec). The three day event will witness two days of Scientific Conferences and three days of Exhibition. Showcasing all aspects of the global dental business under one roof, Gulf Dentex 2018 will not only serve as a strategic platform for trade and knowledge sharing, but also offer latest innovations, cutting-edge technology and dentistry techniques to meet the growing demands of the ever-evolving world of dental science in Middle East.

“Dental industry in the Middle East and the UAE in particular is experiencing a surge. While there has always been a consumer appetite for quality dental services, there has been a recent increase in high end treatment seekers which has bought various international healthcare providers and retailers to operate in the region. Backed by this growing demand, Gulf Dentex 2018 aims to bring not just the healthcare providers, but the entire spectrum of oral healthcare under one roof,” said Dr. Ashok Dhoble, Hon’ Secretary General, Indian Dental Association, India

“We are delighted to associate with the Indian Dental Association to mark the inaugural edition of Gulf Dentex 2018. The event will not only offer valuable learning opportunities, but also celebrate the success and ground-breaking initiatives of the UAE dental and healthcare market. The dental profession and the dental industry are vital partners in delivering oral health to populations around the world. Their symbiotic relationship is even more important today as new materials and technology are developed rapidly to accommodate the latest treatment philosophies. At Gulf Dentex, we aim to bring the best in the industry together to share ideas and encouragement,” said Mr. Satish Khanna, General Manager, Al Fajer Information & Services, Dubai.

Gulf Dentex 2018 will host world-leading health practitioners, clinicians, educators and researchers who will present cutting-edge and practical clinical techniques and also introduce new and emerging research, facilities and equipment’s in the field of oral health.

Abu Dhabi Convention Bureau, Department of Culture and Tourism, Government of Abu Dhabi is the Destination Partner of Gulf Dentex.

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