Take your teeth abroad

When it comes to sorting out those major problems with your teeth, why not make a holiday out of it and receive your dental treatment overseas? Take a long weekend off and come back feeling and looking relaxed, refreshed and restored.

Many people are now taking their dental treatment overseas, as treatments such as dental implants can cost a pretty hefty sum, which eats away at your savings. Coming to us for treatments at Access Smile allows you to sort out your teeth, while not compromising on your much-needed holiday, in fact, it combines the two.

Dental Treatment OverseasWhile the price is cut, the quality is the same as you would receive from dental practices in the UK, with experienced dentists and up-to-date technology to carry out precise and safe treatments.

Organising dental treatment overseas

Going abroad for treatment isn’t as easy as visiting your local practice down the road, so we are here to make your journey as smooth as possible. One of our treatment consultants will be there for you up until the treatment, so you don’t have to spend hours re-explaining yourself to different people.  They will advise you on the best route to go down, give you a quote, provide all the necessary information, and answer any questions you may have.

We offer consultations and quotations at our clinic in Dublin, a nearby appointment in the UK, or at our main clinic in Budapest, where you can meet the staff and see the facilities. This may help you feel more prepared for treatment.

We will sort out your clinic visits, book your hotel, arrange your transport and provide all the information regarding treatment and payment.

Flying out and receiving treatment

Once you have made your journey to us, we will make sure you are comfortable and fully informed on your upcoming procedure. You will meet our friendly staff, undergo treatment, and then relax and take in the sights of Budapest.

Post-tooth vacation

Once you have returned from your dental holiday feeling relaxed and healthy, you must keep looking after your teeth, brushing and flossing daily and avoiding sugary foods and acidic drinks. It’s also important to attend six monthly check ups at your local clinic.