Hungary has very high standards of training for the industry. Dentists must continue their training throughout their career so they keep up with new techniques and the latest science. To help allay your fears, ask to have the first consultation in the UK.
Delaying urgent dental treatment or letting a little niggle grow is likely to set you up for future despair and extra cost. But many people put off a visit to the dentist because of cost or the fear of what’s to come. If you think you need extensive dental treatment Hungary is a good place to start looking; lower prices, high tech clinics and caring staff can all be found in this modern European country. It’s best to start with a regular check up at your own NHS dentist to assess what you might need before contacting a company who can help you set up a trip overseas for treatment.
About five per cent of the population actively avoid going to the dentist because of a serious phobia. The rest of us are likely to feel some level of anxiety about booking that all important check up appointment; but if you can feel a loose tooth or are worried about bleeding gums or tooth pain then your mouth is telling you to put it off no more. If you’ve had a bad experience before it might be time to take a different route, and if you want to explore new ways of getting dental treatment Hungary may have all the answers. The country’s health service has benefited from consistent central funding, unlike the UK, where many people have struggled to even find an NHS dentist. There are many clinics in competition so they invest in the latest high tech equipment and compete for business by keeping standards high and costs low.
As you’ll be attending the dentist in Hungary as a private patient you’ll be given plenty of time to discuss your fears and many clinics have dentists who are especially good with nervous patients. Be assured that if you are having dental treatment, Hungary has very high standards of training for the industry. Dentists must continue their training throughout their career so they keep up with new techniques and the latest science. To help allay your fears, ask to have the first consultation in the UK. Many companies, such as Smile Savers Hungary have their Hungarian dentists come to London to meet patients, so you don’t even have to leave home to start your treatment plan. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how different the experience is to visiting your local dentist!
Remember that by going overseas you can afford to be a private patient, so expect five star service all the way! If you want top notch dental treatment Hungary will surprise you with the prices. In the UK, prices for private dental treatment are prohibitively expensive for all but the wealthy. In a typical Budapest clinic you’ll pay about one third of what you’d pay at home. For example a porcelain veneer at a private dentist in London will cost about £550.00, whilst in Hungary it will be approximately £240.00. The savings soon add up for anyone needing more extensive treatment. That means you can afford to splash out on little extras like Zoom! Tooth Whitening that will make all the difference to your confident new smile. If your old dental habits are holding you back, conquer your fear, find your passport and check-in for a new, confident smile.
The cost of the consultation is refundable if you decide to undertake your treatment in Budapest within 45 days. The consultation fee is not refundable for treatment undertaken in our London clinic.
The half price teeth whitening offer is available to individual customers attending the Implant Center’s Budapest clinic who’s total cost of treatment is £1000 or more (not including the cost of the teeth whitening). Please be aware that this offer cannot be combined with any other offer.
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