When it comes to dental health, many people don’t know how to properly take care of their teeth. Late night sweet sugary and unhealthy snacks, forgetting about brushing your teeth after a delicious meal, using an old toothbrush or running out of minty fresh tooth paste are definitely not going to help you protect your teeth from little, green monsters.. Nor is drinking fizzy drinks – more of a personal note to myself!
In many countries the costs of dental implant treatment is high, with prices for a single implant beginning at €2,000. In the UK, needing the dentist is something that can make a persons blood run cold – at up to £80 a visit, we just can’t afford it! Sometimes the insurance doesn’t cover the treatment and people who want to improve their dental health must look for alternatives. They are trying to solve a problem, looking for help or seek advice – that’s when they use something familiar to get an answer!
The Internet is a magical place for everyone, especially for those with a medical problem. Many questions, answers and medical forums discuss dental treatment abroad, its pros and cons, and guidance about how to go ahead and do it. Have you also thought about traveling for your treatment abroad, to countries in Europe? For example, Poland that offer high quality and cheap dental procedures – if you are wondering and asking why you should travel abroad for dental implant treatment, here are few reasons:
Firstly, the cost of dental implant treatment in Poland
is lower and more affordable, but the quality stays high and excellent, with a friendly environment, top notch treatment services, affable and helpful staff. Dental procedures and services start from as low as 800 Euros (see the prices here).
Second, you can combine your obligatory medical visit with an exciting holiday in cities, for example, like Cracow. There you can see Wawel Castle – a medieval royal castle complex, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Ojcow National Park – a nature reserve with mountains and caves, and close-by Ogrodzieniec Castle – medieval castle ruins. You can also taste regional, traditional food and drinks or go shopping in big shopping centres.
Third, Polish dentists usually explain everything carefully before the treatment, introduce and take the patient on a tour of a clinic, show the equipment and dental material that is going to be used. You might also expected to be shown before and after photos of dental treatment of other patients. Polish dentists and oral surgeons also answer all questions patiently, make sure a patient understands everything and ask them about their interests, lifestyle, eating habits and hobbies.
In conclusion, Poland is an excellent place to visit a dentist during your vacations
for affordable dental treatment. You can save up tp 70% on your dental bills while at the same time enjoy eating national food, visiting amazing places and not worry about leaving your horrible toothache without proper care.