For dentists and dental students, we can arrange your 1-2 week volunteer program based in Mae Sot, Thailand .（⇒Please visit this page.）
Please contact us by e-mail for details.
-Currently can not accept only student's group
-Medical license is necessary for treatment. It is prohibited direct medical practice by students.
-There are no booking services for transportation to Mae Sot.
-Your requested schedule may not be available for some seasons.
The Team of Aug, 2018
Four volunteers joined to the program in Aug, 2018. They came from Holland, Spain and Hong Kong. We worked together about one week by giving dental treatment to four schools, visiting around border area and observing one facility. Our teamwork was so great even though we just met each other for the first time.
Although the activities were not extensive, we would like to value our connection with each others, and cherish the communications. The experiences in our volunteer program can be read
by the below PDF.
The Reports by PDF from Members of team 2018.
Previous Volunteers and Reports
"Borderless Dentists NZ Experience" 2016
Two New Zealand dental students joined "Borderless Dentists" during their summer vacation in January 2016. They had a precious experience at Maela refugee camp, three schools and Mae Tao Clinic.
"Memories of the People" 2015
Dr. Kamal and Dr. Gregory joined "Borderless Dentists" from Australia in April, 2015. This was the second time for Dr. Kamal since his first visit was in 2013. For his friend, Dr. Gregory, it was the first report to Borderless Dentists. They visited two refugee camps and Paw Bula Hta Clinic in a small village along the border.
"Volunteers from Slovenia" , 2014
In November 2014, a dentist and a primary school teacher from Slovenia came to participate to our activities. They gave dental treatment in the refugee camps and lectures about basic knowledge of teeth at the migrant learning centers. Here are their impressions.
Dental students from England, 2014
Two dental students from Newcastle, England, had a great experience in July 2014. Here is their detailed report about it.
Four dentists came from New Zealand , 2014
In Feb, 2014, "Borderless Dentists" welcomed the first volunteer participation. We went around two refugee camps and some Migrant Learning centers. They made the good start for our international volunteer program.