By Sarah Coursey, Editor
RIO DE JANEIRO - There are few things worse than a toothache. The key word is ‘ache’, and the sharp, constant pain associated with this and other dental problems is only compounded when one doesn’t speak the language of a country.
In Ipanema, home of the super-fit and super-beautiful of Rio, healthy white teeth are certainly not lacking. But what about Gringoes, where can they go to get care if they can’t even explain the dental dilemma in their own language? A smart dentistry on Rua Visconde de Pirajá called Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed? Login Here