Going abroad for your dental care can sound appealing due to the cheaper fees for treatment and the chance of a break as well but there are factors that need to be considered. You may be getting the treatment done for less money but what if something goes wrong when you arrive home? Perhaps you experience pain, a veneer breaks or you may need some advice or need something checked. You can’t simply drop in to see someone. As all your dental notes are in another country new xrays and assessments would need to be done to establish what the problem is, which could eventually cost you more money in the long run as what it would have done to have the treatment carried out locally.
If you are looking into having treatment done abroad research the practice carefully and look into the costs involved. You may find by the time you take into account travelling expenses, accommodation and treatment costs it would most likely work out the same.