Thinking about Getting Dental Implant Treatment Overseas?
Overseas dental holidays may look appealing, but be aware of all the facts & risks, and come in for a free implant quote from Aria Dental – before you book that flight.
It seems like the perfect deal. A couple of weeks away in Bali or Thailand in a luxury hotel, some fun in the sun, and an important dental procedure thrown in at a fraction of the price you’d pay back home. What could go wrong?
Unfortunately, many people researching dental clinics and treatment options simply research the up-front costs without thinking through the long-term issues associated with implants. This is where things can go wrong, because when it comes to tooth implants, costs aren’t the only consideration. For example, you’ll need to factor in the standards and potential consequences of the treatment – in other words, the thing that could go wrong – and what this may mean to your health and finances.
To assess the viability of an overseas dental treatment, it’s imperative you investigate the company’s training standards, government regulations, hygiene, infection control standards, insurance policies and more.
Visiting dentists in Thailand, Bali: the ADA’s stance
Some Aussies have had dental work in Asia, but despite the appeal of popping over to Thailand or Bali for some cheap dentistry, the Australian Dental Association advocates against this. Although you may save some money upfront, if things go wrong, you could end up losing a lot more than your savings…
If you’re thinking of overseas dental work, please visit Aria Dental for a free quote. It may be wrong to assume that you can’t afford dental work in Perth. The initial cost of implant placement may be a little higher; but you may save money over time. And there are other benefits well worth considering.
Having your dental implants placed in Perth
When looking at the cost of dental implants, you have to be realistic. Factor in everything. Understand that it’s not just about the cost of the implant or the placement. Because having dental implants involves much more – there’s ongoing care, support – and legal protection to consider.