[BUDAPEST, 05/09/2018]—Access Smile has a hand-holding approach, ensuring that all patients get as much help as possible with their dental treatment in Hungary. Access Smile assistants will help patients through every stage of the process, from booking their air tickets and accommodation in Budapest to finalising the details of their dental treatment in Hungary.
For some people travelling abroad can be stressful and for this reason, Access Smile is here to help them make the right choices from the very beginning, leading to a calm and pleasant experience of dental treatment in Hungary.
Where To Start
Patients who are interested in dental treatment in Hungary should contact Access Smile either through phone or via email. Once Access Smile receives their call, a treatment consultant will get in touch with prospective patients in order to discuss their dental needs and determine whether dental treatment in Hungary is appropriate.
Access Smile treatment consultations answer any questions potential patients may have, after which any further information on dental treatment in Hungary will be sent to them.
Getting A Quote
Patients who are unable to visit Access Smile in Ireland for an initial examination before their trip to Budapest, can book to have an x-ray at several places in the UK or Ireland. If needed, Access Smile assistants can help organise an examination visit in Budapest. This allows prospective patients to meet the staff, familiarise themselves with the facilities and even meet other patients to learn more about their dental treatment in Hungary.
Finalising The Trip
Once patients have decided on a specific type of dental treatment in Hungary, Access Smile assistants will help them book their trip, providing assistance with hotel bookings, transfer arrangements and any other important aspects of their journey. Access Smile will also send patients a detailed treatment plan with payment terms.
Once the appointment at Access Smile in Budapest is finalised, patients can look forward to their dental treatment in Hungary.