Dental treatment in Europe after COVID border lockdowns
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There are some flights already, but once it's easier again to fly, I'm planning to have quite extensive dental treatments done abroad.
I'm thinking of Hungary, Turkey or Poland so far where I'm happy to travel a few times and enjoy the holiday at the same time.
Those who had it before, what are the most important factors to check? How did you decide about the clinic that you chose finally?
Could you make consultations before, or I need to fly first just to discuss all the details?
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Strangely most of the questions like the OP's come from from newcomers to the forum. Once they have ten or more posts they seem to start posting links the wonderful overseas dental practices they have been recommended to!!
I'm searching other threads... question back to you: How are these practices are supposed to spread the word or I find proper option without knowing them? Just by clicking the first result on google? More information may increase transparency in my opinion, rather than artificially narrowing it down, but thanks for your concern.
Before you contemplate extensive dental treatment anywhere you need to address what has caused the problems in the first place , or else crowns/bridges/implants will fail even quicker than your own teeth .
If you have gum disease you need to change your cleaning regime, you need regular hygiene appointments , if you smoke , stop , if you have diabetes get it under control.
covid 19 has had a dramatic effect on what dental treatment can be provided and how it is provided. Virtually every European and developed country has , to a greater or lesser extent , shut down dentistry.