Is it a good idea to go for dental treatment abroad?

More and more, people are seeking out ways to save money on big expenditures, and one way they are doing so is by going for dental treatment abroad. But is this really a good idea?

Well, it depends who you chose to go to, just like with anything. Caveat emptor, or buyer beware must be your motto. It pays to look for a longstanding dental clinic with strong ties to the UK and guarantees that they live up to.

Dental Treatment AbroadAt Access Smile, we like to think that after offering dental treatment abroad, in Budapest, to patients in the UK and Eire, that we have got the formula right, and have built a solid reputation for a high-quality and reliable service, before you go, when you get your treatment and after you come home again.

Having a comeback

Dentists in the UK and Eire have to be registered with the national dental association in order to legally practise. They do in Hungary as well. All our dentists are registered with their national association, and the ones that practise in London or Eire are also registered there too. This means that if you do have a complaint, you have someone to go to in order to pursue it.

Knowing what you pay

Some unscrupulous dental practices lure dental tourists by offering super-cheap prices for treatment and then piling on high hidden extra costs when the patient is at the clinic abroad and has no other option but to pay up. When you choose Access Smile for your dental treatment abroad, you get a written treatment plan with a detailed costing up front, the prices are guaranteed so you won’t have to pay more than you have already been told.

Understanding what’s going on

Everyone who works for Access Smile speaks fluent English. You will never have that horrible feeling of not knowing what people are saying when you are being treated.

Getting around

Getting lost in a foreign city when you have appointments to get to is another horrible feeling. That’s why we pick you up at the airport and take you to and from your appointments to your accommodation.