You may have heard family or friends mentioning their trips abroad to receive dental treatment overseas, and not really had a clue what they were talking about. ‘Dental holidays’ are becoming more and more popular, but many people still don’t really know about them, or consider them an option for their dental treatment. After years of going to the same dentist, it’s easy to get stuck into a routine. But there are other options out there.
At Access Smile we offer the chance to receive high-quality treatment at a fraction of the price of UK practices. It’s also a chance to give yourself a little break and explore the sites Budapest, where our main practice is based.
The straight talk on dental treatment overseas
People may a bit wary about dental treatment overseas, as while treatment in the UK can be crazy expensive, at least you know what you’re getting. That’s why we do everything we can to make the process as clear as possible; from support from our treatment consultant who sticks with you right up to treatment, to check-ups, aftercare and transparent prices.
We know how frustrating it is to spend a long time considering treatment, weighing up pros and cons and comparing prices, and finally choosing one, to suddenly find you have unexpected payments to make. Our treatment packages ensure that there are no hidden costs.
We will determine the price based on your specific circumstances and provide full transparency of the process. Our dentists keep a record of everything, which the patient has access to, so you are informed and on board every step of the way.
Once you have your quote, and you have given us your flight details, we will organise the transport from the airport to the dentist and the hotels that we’ve worked with for years. There is no need to waste time shopping around or finding your way around in a strange new city.
We will provide all the information about your treatment beforehand, and ensure you are fully comfortable with the procedure on the day. You will also get the chance to speak to previous patients to hear first hand about their experience, and hopefully put your mind at ease.