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STORIES and REVIEWS BY DENTAL PATIENTS


Meet people as they are telling stories regarding their dental treatment in Europe. These are different people, with different experiences that show a broad picture of what you can expect when you go abroad to get your dental work done. Asking patients about their experience is an important task for us, because as we believe this is the best way to spread information about our European dental offices. If you have any question at all, please Contact Us.



The Story of My Trip to Hungary to Have My Implants Done

I have always had problems with my teeth. First it was a slight protrusion of front teeth while I was a kid (of course, the braces helped), then the nasty stains that stayed on to mark my love for coffee and colas, the cavities and then finally the need for implants. When I visited a dentist for routine check-up, I was informed that my upper teeth must be removed and replaced with dentures or implants. This

Real Life Stories - Steve N. California

The idea of moving out of home country for dental care abroad has been around for decades. Dental tourism is now practiced widely in USA. People don't mind flying to a different country for better treatment at affordable prices. The tradition is catching up fast with 'happy stories" and reviews by those who have already undergone dental treatments in countries like Hungary ...

What was the final push that made Laura to decide to see a European dentist

Laura Gibbs had a great time on her best friend's wedding. Even though it wasn't her marriage, she was excited to take part of such an event. A few days later when the pictures were emailed around she was stunned; it was the final push she needed to do something more drastic with her teeth, that she has postponed for a long time.


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Center-2-Hungarian-Health-and-Dental-Care.jpgDental Tourism Destination Budapest Hungary

Hungary is actually a contemporary European country with outstanding dental care. The country has a government supported, inclusive affordable health care along with a private system which cost more. Both are guarantees quality health care for everybody. Hungary has especially high standards of dental care, thanks to the system, and the six years of study and training that a dentist must undergo to get their license. Plus, there are additional training and study for specialist like implant surgery. The dentists in Hungary must take courses each year as continuing education.

They must belong to at least one international dental association. In an American standpoint the Center-2-Dent-Elite-Logo.jpgquality Hungarian dental care are extremely affordable. According to a study, patients from neighboring countries dominate dental care tourism in the Western Hungary regions, while Budapest attracts more patients from countries like United States and Canada. The relatively low price with high standard of service is the major motivation for patients coming to Hungary for dental care.

The study also confirms that Hungary has became one of the main destinations of dental tourism, attracting patients from bordering countries but also patients traveling longer distances. Price levels have been a major factor making Hungary an international treatment destination.





 

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Szechenyi Thermal Spa Budapest

Szechenyi thermal spa was the first thermal spa in Pest opened here as a temporary establishment in 1881. As it became more and more popular, construction began to expand the termal spa. The medicinal baths were built in 1913, and the northern wing, with a beautiful Neo-Baroque interior, was completed in 1927.

Today, there are 18 pools, of which 15 are spring fed. In one of the large outdoor pools. You can witness the surreal spectacle of people playing chess while immersed up to their chests in steaming water. As Szechenyi is one of the largest public thermal spas in Europe, it has more than one entrance.

The grandiose main entrance beneath the baroque dome (facing the City Park), leads to the indoor thermal baths, the side entrance leads to the sauna baths and the rear entrance (opposite the circus) leads to the outdoor pools. Although everything is interconnected and visitors have access to all areas once inside, it is recommended using the rear entrance, where the private changing cabins are located. To read more follow the link.




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