When you think about visiting Budapest, you probably imagine taking in the sights of Parliament or St Stephen’s Basilica. Maybe a walk along the Danube or a climb to the top of Gellért Hill. A visit to the dentist is likely not on your list. But did you know that Budapest dental treatment is becoming an increasingly popular reason for visitors to this Hungarian city? Budapest is the dental tourism capital of the world, thanks to its cost-effective treatments that don’t do away with quality.
Here at Access Smile, we make it easy for patients wanting to get affordable dental treatment abroad. Our Budapest dental team is waiting to welcome you and help you on your way to better dental health and aesthetics. Two of the most popular reasons patients come to us for treatment is to get dental implants or veneers, both often prohibitively expensive in the UK.
So how does getting Budapest dental treatment work?
Give us a call
To get started on your treatment journey, pick up the phone and give us a call. Our treatment co-ordinator will call you back and talk through your dental concerns and needs. She will also make arrangements for you to get an accurate, detailed quote.
This involves a thorough oral examination at our Dublin clinic, including x-rays. If you can’t make it to our Dublin clinic we can help you get x-rays done elsewhere and pass on the information to our Budapest dental clinic. Alternatively we can help organise a trip to Budapest so you can have your initial consultation there. The information you provide will be used to give you a quote that covers all the angles.
All you need to do is sort out your flights. We can arrange accommodation, transfers to and from the airport and dental clinic and of course, all of your dental appointments.
Our highly skilled dentists, who are registered with the UK’s General Dental Council or Irish Dental Council and the Hungarian Medical Chamber, will carry out your Budapest dental treatment. And when you get back home to the UK, our Hungarian dentist Dublin will keep an eye on how you’re doing with regular check-ups.