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European Dental Tourism Treatments Overseas
Dental tourism is a term that describes seeking dental treatment in another country. The necessity for travel may be the sole or primary motivation for the dental treatment sought. The internet and internet advertising may also be an important source for accessing and researching affordable dental treatment possibilities overseas. Affordable dental care can be a significant problem for some in the US population and that is why more and more patients have been turning to dental treatment overseas as an option, instead of getting very expensive dental care at home.
The affordability factor is a significant issue as a procedure may be performed abroad at a much lower cost compared to the amount that a patient would pay in the US. This affordability has been made even more attractive recently, especially if you compare dental care prices to European countries like Hungary or Austria. Both countries have high standard of dental services. Improvements in the standard of care overseas may also play a role.
There are definite benefits for accessing dental care outside the US. The most important is the affordability, high completion of treatment plans, convenience of treatment, combination of treatment with some leisure activity or visiting family and avoidance of waiting lists.
Csaszar Thermal Spa In Budapest
Hidden in the backyard of a Classicist style building in Buda, Veli Bej, also known as Császár Spa, has a rich history. References to healing waters in this location date back to the Roman times. The Turkish bath-house, originally named Veli Bej, was built in the 16th century during the Turkish era. Commissioned by pasha Szokullu Musztafa, this was one of the most beautiful baths of its time.
The original stone building survived the varied history of the ensuing centuries. After the Turkish occupation the bath was renamed to Kayser Bad, Császár Baths in Hungarian, and later it was given to the Order of Hospitallers, that used it for healing sick people. The building, still in use today, was designed in the 19th century by architect József Hild.
Today, this building houses a hospital and a hotel that faces the Komjádi Sport Swimming Pool, another addition to the original complex. The historic Turkish bath-house, which was closed to the general public for decades, regained its original splendor with the recent renovations. To learn more click here…
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