Street Dentists In India

Ivan Drago

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India, West Bengal, Asansol, Display of dentures and dental equipment by a street dentist.

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Dentist in the streets of Kolkata.

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Dentist in the street in Pushkar, India.

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India, West Bengal, Asansol, Display of dentures and dental equipment by a street dentist.

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Sunil Mondol, a street dentist, treats a patient with an aryuvedic or herbal vapor to kill both pain and bacteria on a ghat or bank of the River Ganges 02 July in the eastern Indian metropolis of Calcutta. Mondol has been practing his own indigenous methods for the past 15 years and charges between 5 and 20 rupees (7 and 45 U.S. cents) depending on the ailment.

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Street Dentist Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

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Indian street dentist Kulwant Singh (R) treats patient Jagar Singh at his roadside dentistry stall in Amritsar on July 16, 2013. Street dentists, many who do not have formal training, learn their skills by working as dental technicians or assistants and earn about 300 to 400 rupees (5 to 6.70 USD) a day. Patients can get their teeth cleaned for 10 rupees (0.17 USD)

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Dentist offering his skills on the streets.

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An assistant to traditional Indian dental workers selects an artificial set of teeth as he helps to prepare a new set of dentures for a customer at a roadside stall at K.R. Market bus stand in Bangalore. Ignoring noisy buses and curious onlookers, street dentist Allah Baksh plunges his hands into a patient's mouth to fit a sparkling set of dentures for $12 in the Indian city of Bangalore.

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In this photograph taken on May 5, 2015, a customer is given a hard crispy snack to eat and ascertain the strength of his new dentures at a roadside stall at K.R. Market.

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Sunil Mondol, a street dentist, treats a patient beneath a Hindu temple on a ghat or bank of the River Ganges 02 July in the eastern Indian metropolis of Calcutta.

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Indian street dentist Kulwant Singh installs dentures on patient Jagar Singh at his roadside dentistry stall in Amritsar on July 16, 2013.

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An assistant to traditional Indian dental workers mixes chemicals in a spoon as he helps to prepare a new set of dentures for a customer at a roadside stall at K.R.

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A traditional Indian dental worker Allah Baksh sips tea as he takes a break from attending to customers at his roadside stall at K.R. Market bus stand in Bangalore. Ignoring noisy buses and curious onlookers, street dentist Allah Baksh plunges his hands into a patient's mouth to fit a sparkling set of dentures for $12 in the Indian city of Bangalore.

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