A lot of British patients ask the question – they are curious why so many British people pack their suitcase and travel to Poland, the country located about 1000 kilometres from London. The answer can be very simple or complex – it all depends on the patient. Generally, there are two reasons of travelling to Poland: financial reasons – they want to spend little money on dental implants poland or they want to discover the home country of the Poles who have migrated to the United Kingdom within 13 years since Poland has joined the European Union.
The article will point out the real benefits of dental tourism in Poland. The most significant reasons are:
Dental implants poland as well as the additional tests and consultations cost up to 75% less than the same services in the United Kingdom. You may think that the stomatologists make a use of inexpensive, Chinese medical materials and ancient equipment – you are wrong. Every dental clinic that cooperates with our company is verified and tested carefully before the British or any other patients decide to go to Polish clinics. What is more, we also look after of legal procedures – it means that we check the permissions issued by the government (the Health Ministry) as well as the local authorities.
The journey to Poland by plane will not ruin your budget, moreover, it can turn out that the flight to Poland costs even less than the taxi ride from your house to the nearest airport.
You can have healthy and full smile within one week only. It is a sufficient time to apply the dental implants treatment.
You can visit some fantastic places that are usually not chosen by the tourists. However, you may be surprised how wonderful Polish cities are. Some excellent examples are:
- Krakow – the historical city of Poland located in the southern regions of the country. It is the most frequently visited city by the international visitors in Poland. Tourists usually enjoy sightseeing the Old Town where is placed a picturesque Basilica and Sukiennice Market.
- Warsaw – the capital city of Poland situated on the edges of the River Vistula in the Central part of Poland. The city was rebuilt after the Second World War and nowadays, the tourists may go sightseeing the Old Town as well as the modern districts of the city.
- Wroclaw – it is a city placed in the south-western regions of Poland. The city is famous for dwarfs that are placed near interesting spots of the city.