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The Sunday Times journalist Jessica Bown here tracks a potential shift in policy that could allow people travelling abroad for dental treatment to claim back some of their costs from the NHS. Good news for our clients as there is even some suggestion that money can be claimed back retrospectively. The article also featured Smile Saver’s client Linda Williamson who saved an estimated £20,000 on extensive implant treatment at The Implant Center in Budapest. Even Linda’s dentist back home commented that the materials and workmanship were of a ‘very high standard.’

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