The Scotsman newspaper covered the ways to deal with the cost of UK dentistry covering NHS, dental insurance and dental tourism. Our client Shirley Norton was featured after she travelled to Budapest for cosmetic and implant work saving herself an estimated £13,500. “I’m the last person you would expect to go abroad and get anything done at all,” Shirley told The Scotsman. “But I looked at a lot of feedback and did a lot of homework before I went and thought – I’ll go for it.” “You’re so well looked after, they pick you up from the airport, take you to all your appointments – I can’t fault them and I’m so pleased with the outcome.”
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