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Q: dentist in sanya

 Is a good dentist is sanya? need one urgently. Thanks!

 

6 years 52 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Sanya

 
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If you really must see a dentist in Sanya, then I would recommend :

 

Smile Dentistry, 49 Jixiang Street, Sanya

 

otherwise you would be better off at the University Hospital or the No. 1 People's Hospital, Dentistry Service, in Haikou.

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One point about Chinese dentistry I think may be worth repeating.

A good friend of mine went to a dentist here a while back and apparently they don't give anesthetic unless you ask for it as you have to pay more!

My advice...........ASK!

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