JAPAN: TOP 10 Dental Clinics in 2017 (English speaking)
According to the GCR’s latest analysis of TOP 10 Dental Clinics 2017 in JAPAN, RYO Dental Clinic ranks as the leading clinic in Japan, when it comes to overall international clinic reputation. A total of 70 dental clinics were included in the study. The average GCR dental clinic quality score was 2.9, demonstrating the huge range of rising healthcare standards available in the country.
The GCR – Global Clinic Rating, the leading provider of healthcare clinic ratings worldwide, aggregated and analyzed dental clinics throughout the Japan during 2017 including dental clinics in Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka and others.
Dental clinics were ranked according to their GCR Score, against other clinics in the same country on the level of apparent expertise, services, facilities and patient feedback available by the clinic. The GCR feedback score for the clinics includes patient rating scores from Google & Facebook and other independent rating providers.
RYO Dental Clinic ranked #1 with a GCR Score of 3.73 and ranks #124 from 127,000 dental clinics monitored worldwide, followed by the Tokyo Ambassador Dental Office (3.49) and the YAMATE Dental Clinic (3.36). It is important to mention that all of this three clinics came out almost top (4.50-5.00) for their Facilities Score.
The GCR Scores may change daily, depending on what has been recently changed within clinics’ expertise, facilities, services and patient feedback. Every little change within clinic’s profile can affect the overall GCR Score of that particular clinic.
Japan is a “hidden gem” for a medical tourism destination. The country does not only boast high-tech healthcare resulting in one of the best health outcomes but also prides itself in providing services at low costs. Japan started to accept foreign patients in the last few years and now the several thousand patients from Russia and China are estimated to visit Japan.
Japan enjoys the best health status in the world; the country has the longest life expectancy and the lowest infant mortality rate. It is often misunderstood that the healthy diet is the determinant of the Japanese health status; however, eating sushi is not the only the reason why the average Japanese person lives up to 83 years old. The country’s low-cost and high-quality healthcare service is actually the base of the nation’s longevity. (according to Medical Tourism Magazine)
The GCR clinic star symbol represents that the clinic has been officially verified as meeting or being above international medical clinic standards and uses the data provided by the GCR to constantly improve the clinic for their patients. Two clinics in Japan have achieved the GCR international accredited clinic status.
Download the GCR’s full TOP 10 Dental Clinics Report for JAPAN to discover the names of the other dental clinics that made it to the Top 10 dental clinic list in Japan and to find some brief statistics of these clinics.
- GCR Report: JAPAN: TOP 10 Dental Clinics 2017
- GCR Current Ranking: JAPAN
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