Efforts adjusted by Indian Dental Association (IDA) to promote dental tourism in Kerala began fruit yield, as is clear from the jump in the number of foreigners seek dental treatment here every year, according to the Kerala chapter of the IDA. In a press conference alongside his three days of state of the conference which began here on Friday, CK Asokan, president of the Kerala chapter of the IDA, said that for the last couple of years, has organized the workshops and various programs eying that the potential of dental tourism in the state. One of the major advantages of dental tourism was that unlike other areas of medical tourism, this could be beaten with the regular tourism industry in the state where the patients could travel around even when under treatment. In this regard, the association made a total effort to enhance the quality of service, including the environment of dental clinics, a cheaper cost. The association had called for more protection from the government including dentistry in the central government 'in the rural health mission of s (RHM) and also for a tax to dentists who practice in rural areas. The 41st conference of the state of IDA classes here in the characteristics of the hotel in Cochin Durbar new developments in dentistry as the design of the smell, dental implants, laser dentistry of the veneer so stratified. apart from cultural programs and fair trade. The conference was officially inaugurated by Dr KS Radhakrishnan, Vice Chancellor of Sanskrit University, Kalady, at 9:30 A M. on Saturday at a function attended by Mahesh Varma member of the Executive Board of IDA, the organizers informed here.