Hungarian dental discounts will make you smile

Many Irish people are now opting to travel to Hungary to have dental work done, for a third of what they would pay in Ireland.

Anne Maher was one such patient who had treatment in Hungary a couple of years ago, and was so impressed that she ended up working for the dentist, setting herself up as the liaison between Ireland and Hungary to help others finally get much-needed treatment at affordable prices.

“I was fortunate enough to discover a very experienced and accomplished dental surgeon, Dr Csaba Borbath, in Hodmezovasaherly, Southern Hungary,” she recalls. “I had extensive work expertly carried out. I had 15 porcelain crowns, mercury fillings replaced with white composite fillings, and had my teeth whitened. I am completely satisfied and delighted with the work I had done”

The work is carried out in a state of the art dental laboratory and surgery, conforming to all ISO 9002 International Standards. The treatment is first-rate and Dr Borbath has impeccable credentials as well as being on the leading edge of the latest dental methods and developments in modern dentistry.

He and his staff speak excellent English, and he specialises in implantology, crowns and bridges, periodontology, laser surgery, cosmetic dentistry, and teeth whitening. The Irish Med 2 form is applicable to dental treatment carried out in Hungary, so you can get superb care at a huge saving.

All Dental work is fully guaranteed, and in the unlikely event of a problem developing after you have returned to Ireland, you will be flown back to the surgery to have the problem rectified, and all dental work will be paid for by the dentist.

Anne Maher will talk you through the entire process, from getting a panoramic x-ray of your teeth to booking flights and a hotel in Hungary where you can relax and recuperate after your treatment.

For more information e-mail Anne Maher at [email protected] or call (087 ) 9887256 or (056 ) 7769373, or view the dentist’s website on or



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