Love Your Teeth? Check out Dental Implants Abroad

If you love to keep your smile bright, white, and gleaming, then the chances are you have a great routine already. But so few of us are born with beautifully straight teeth. Many of us also incur some damage from what we eat or even how we clean our teeth. If you have been wondering what you can do to make your smile even more perfect, then you are going to want to check out

In the meantime, here are a few great reasons to be a dental tourist in the next few years (or maybe even sooner).

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When you choose to get dental surgery in a different country, you don’t have to nip in and out in one day. In fact, you can spread the joy out. When you’re getting implants, you will need a session a few days before you get your implants, and you might be requested to hang around for a few days after. So, make the most of it.

Almost All Inclusive

Okay, so, aside from the flights, when you book to have dental implants abroad, they often present you with an impeccable service. Airport transfers, apartments, private drivers, the excellent dental work, follow up care, exclusive lounges. They go above and beyond to give you a stunning service. After all, who doesn’t want something like that? Aside from all of the extra perks, you’ll be leaving with the perfect smile.


Overall the dental implant is going to cost you less. In the UK and the US for a single tooth, you are already into the thousands. In most other EU countries, you are looking at a few hundred. The service is better, the aftercare is there, and the attentiveness is worth the money all by itself. On a tooth by tooth basis, it’s much cheaper.

Waiting Times

If you are in the UK or the US, you might find that the waiting time to get your dental work is really long. Not only that, but if you aren’t able to pay for the full treatments, sometimes you have to go without – which sucks. If you are looking to have your dental work done abroad, you will be ensuring that you get it done the exact day you want it done. You can plan your dental work – when it works for you, and not the other way around.

Time to Research

The chances are you aren’t having anything urgent dental wise. But minor cosmetic changes still come with risks attached. In fact, it is worth noting that no matter where you have your dental work done, there is always a risk of infection. However, rather than you needing to go to the closest dentist on your lunch break because that is where you are registered – you can choose any country and any practice. Spend time look for reviews and packages that suit what you are looking for, and be aware that bigger packages often offer things you don’t really need. So be choosy.

Buddy Friendly

Usually, you don’t take your friend to the dentist with you, but on this occasion, you can invite them on your holiday. It’s good to have someone in the hotel after you have had your treatment. So you and your friend can enjoy the sights and sunsets together and they can look out for you while you recover for a few days.


While you might be told to ‘book another appointment’ as a follow up in the UK or US, when you are buying part of a package, you will be given an appointment for some immediate aftercare before you fly home. Some dental work is more significant than others, so for the days after try not to book in anything that requires tickets – in case you need a quick consultation. It is all designed so you can get the care that you are entitled to.


Apart from the holiday, the sunsets, the exclusive lounge, the private airport transfers, and your stunning new smile. Once you have that snaggletooth or dead tooth taken care of, you’re going to find that your confidence shoots up. And really you can’t put a price on that – can you?

After Care

Once you have your implants, and you’ve flown home you are going to have to take really good care of it. Just like you would if you had had the work done at home. Be sure that you are brushing twice daily for a minimum of 2 minutes. Flossing should be an integral part of your routine, but you might be told to take it easy around the new tooth site. Mouthwash, the medicated type, is going to be your best friend though. It will remove any debris and give around your teeth a really good clean.

Even if you really love your smile, the chances are you could probably choose a few teeth right now that could do with being replaced. And there is nothing wrong with that! Do your research, remember to ask a lot of questions, and enjoy your new gnashers!