ISQua accredits Temos standards on dental tourism


The Temos Dental Standards includes two programs, ‘Quality in International Dental Care’ and ‘Excellence in Dental Tourism’ and consist of four sets of standards tailored to the particular place and type of dental services.

Because no accreditation type fits everyone, the Temos Dental Standards include distinct standards for Dental Hospitals and Dental Clinics & Practices, acknowledging that these settings are different.

"The Temos ‘Quality in International Dental Care’ program is a choice for clinics and practices which want to elevate their clinical and non-clinical services to the highest international standards. Independent confirmation from Temos demonstrates this commitment to their clients and patients as well as to their staff", explains Dr. Claudia Mika, CEO of Temos. "With these newly accredited, comprehensive options, dental centers anywhere in the world can tailor the options that best suit the patients they serve and the settings where they provide those services".

Dr. Mika adds: "We are very proud of the ISQua / IEEA’s surveyors’ feedback which validated the Temos approach to include cultural diversity, because one size does not fit all. The surveyors also highlighted our detailed infection prevention and control standards as exceptional."

ISQua and its International External Evaluation Association (IEEA) are known as the "Accreditor of Accreditors" and recognised as the ‘gold standard’ for global accrediting organisations such as Temos.  Earlier this year, IEEA accredited Temos programs "Quality in International Patient Care" for hospitals and clinics worldwide as well as its "Excellence in Medical Tourism" standards for international patient care.



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