Dental tourism. Turkey or Hungary?

I'm in need of a dental implant treatment. Where should I go?

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Get dental implant at home then if get Hungary you cab eat the turkey

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    You should mention where you are from. But Thailand is a good answer.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Nah, from the US

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        Mexico. The doctors in Mexico are fantastic. Go to Merida, safest city in Mexico. Safer than any big city in America. Tell them El Gordo Hombre sent you.

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t know what your issue is, but my gums were bleeding a bit and I gave them a professional clean at a Turkish dentist (Bodrum). Around $35 USD two years ago and the bleeding stopped, they did a great job and the price was ridiculous.

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    The UK for sure.

  5. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    thanks for further proving that coomers cant moderate themselves and that the future rules & restrictions the board will be introduce are required

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      As if there isnt already some homosexual randomly banning anything that tickles his fancy.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        considering that some homosexual is randomly spamming every thread with coomer comments; any moderation is required since the mods arent doing their jobs at all it seems

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          Oh, it also occurred to me that you are in violation og global rule 8. I wish there was a way to report that.

  6. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Consider Bulgaria, Poland and Greece too. It's increasingly common for people here in the UK to get both cosmetic and general dentistry done abroad due to the shambles on the NHS. From what I've heard, dentistry is cheap, easily accessible and of a better standard in all those countries, and having experienced (non-dental) healthcare in Poland, I can back that up. Turkey is popular too but I've heard too many horror stories and have my own, although again that was non-dental.

  7. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Where I live (Switzerland), Turkey’s big draw for medical tourism is hair transplants, not dentistry, but I am sure the prices for dental work will be low, almost certainly lower than Hungary. Either is generally pretty cheap by Swiss standards*, but Turkey is a lot cheaper.

    The only people I know who have traveled specifically for dental work went to Mexico (from the US), Thailand (from the US and other parts of Asia), and Serbia (from Switzerland and other European starting points). I’ve been to Thai dentists and had very satisfactory results, and I went to a doctor once in Mexico without cause for complaint. And my friend who got veneers in Serbia is highly educated and knowledgeable about healthcare in particular, so trusting her judgement I would feel confident getting dental work in any of the above. But I wouldn’t be afraid to get work done in Turkey or Hungary either. So I think you should compare prices and read reviews, then decide where you would rather hang out for a few weeks (or return to multiple times, or whatever—I know that implants are a time-consuming multi-stage process, but not the details).

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >*Swiss standards
      Forgot my footnote, which was just to say that almost everywhere is cheap by Swiss standards.

      But Turkey is very cheap by American standards too, and Hungary is at least moderately cheaper than the US if not a bargain basement.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      Isn't *literally anywhere* cheaper than Switzerland? Last I read you're the most expensive country in the world that's not some made up bullshit micronation exclusively consisting of billionaires hiding their money and parking yachts.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, as I said in my footnote, most places are cheaper than here for many things. Pretty much only Scandinavia and a handful of very expensive cities come close (some things are more expensive in Scandinavia than they are here; rents here are a little cheaper than in New York, San Francisco, or London, among others).

  8. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >posts a fricked up picture, doesn't mention where he's from, and expects decent answers
    Since Americans are pretty much the only people that just assume everyone knows they're from America I'm going to guess you're American. If you are, traveling to Eastern Europe like other anons are suggesting would be moronicly expensive when the point is to save money.

    Americans (and Canadians) go to Mexico. The two big towns for it are los algodones which is sitting right up against the border within walking distance from Yuma, AZ. The other is Cancun/Playa del Carmen. Both those places have tons of clinics whose whole business is centered around catering to medical tourism. Find a clinic on a search engine, try to find some decent reviews that seem real, and go for it. I would just go for a place that's been around 5+ years. Chances are if they've been around that long they haven't killed their customers and do decent enough work - these places depend on repeat customers and word of mouth.

  9. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone know a good place to go for tonsillectomies? I have a legitimate health problem with them, and I would like them out sooner than never. Canadian healthcare is shit; it's "free" but the waitlist is forever. I would rather go somewhere and pay for it.

  10. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Poland. Turkey has a record of killing people. Don't know about the Magyars

  11. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    OP here. Thank you all for the comments and recommendations. I have checked with several in Turkey, Spain and Portugal and have come to the conclusion Turkey is my best bet by price but I'm still hesitant due to the negative experiences some people have had. I will be in Paris for work so that's the reason I am considering both Turkey and Hungary. I just checked Poland but their price is not too different to the one in Portugal and Portugal is one of my favourite spots for vacation. Spain also has similar prices. Mexico is definitely not among my top choices after reading some reviews of clinics there

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >but I'm still hesitant due to the negative experiences some people have had
      Just do proper research when it comes to clinics. It's the same as everywhere else. A lot of cheap fly-by-night clinics that close and re-open under a new name, and a lot of stable clinics who've been in business for decades and which provide top notch results. The people with horror stories almost always tried to cheap out and went with one of the sketchy clinics

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