Malta taps into medical tourism with opening of dental spa

Dentistry in Malta started over 95 years ago.

Malta is seeking to further tap into medical tourism with the opening of a dental spa in Ta' Xbiex.

The clinic, run by the Demajor Family, was officially inaugurated yesterday by parliamentary secretary for economic growth Edward Zammit Lewis.

Dentistry was set up in Malta over 95 years ago by dentist Pasquale Demajo in 1919.

Services being offered at the clinic include cosmetic dentistry, implant surgery and tooth whitening procedures. Dental prostheses in acrylic resin are designed and made at the clinic.

The clinic, part-financed by the EU, is also targeting foreign clients. The clinic also made use of the Microinvest scheme to finance the rehabilitation of the spa.

Zammit Lewis said the clinic's investment was an example of how innovation led to economic growth and competitiveness.

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What is the name of this clinic? Do they have a website? I run a site that helps connect medical tourism clinics with patients from around the world, and I'd love to include them. My site is www.healthcareabroad.com