Dental Tourism Mini-Break To Dubai

Dental Tourism Mini-Break To Dubai

Dubai is now an international hub and with a luxury-focused clientele, including expatriates and millionaire residents, you can expect world-class dental treatments. Instead of paying high costs for dental treatment, the UAE is now considered a great option for a mini dental holiday. You still get the high calibre and experience of a Western trained dentist, while also squeezing in a holiday at the same time.

Take a trip to Dubai for a week of fun, sun, food and new teeth

Planning Your Mini Dental Holiday To Dubai

Before you book your mini dental holiday, try to get a free price quote for the treatment you are planning to get. Many dentists perform a range of treatments yet it is worth checking the guarantees on their dental plans. At Dr Tosun Dental Clinic, the highest quality of care is delivered using the latest technology by a very experienced team that works together for the best results. The clinic offers a range of services and every single treatment is handled with the utmost care and precision while creating the highest level of comfort. 

Why Dubai Is A Great Place For A Dental Holiday

Dental Treatments are often cheaper in Dubai than in Western Europe and further afield in North America and Australia. Rest assured, they do not scrimp on quality of care as the main differences in costs are down to operating the clinic itself, including cheaper laboratory costs and dentist fees. Flights from Europe to Dubai only take around six to eight hours while Perth Australia is only 9 and Sydney or Melbourne can be reached in just 14 hours on a direct flight. Where you’re based, Dubai is a world renowned hub that is well worth a visit on its own merits 

The Best Areas To Stay In Dubai For A Mini Break

Dubai packs in diversity in its many districts so planning on where to stay is crucial to get a more interesting experience of the city. Consider what you want to see and where you want to go in advance. This way you will plan less time travelling and spend more time experiencing the local culture. If you are in Dubai for three nights then staying at The Palm will give you a central location that you can use as a hub for your tip. Alternatively, if you are travelling with the kids then The Atlantis Dubai offers fun activities to keep them busy.

Top Things To Do In Dubai

If you want the best view of Dubai then get to the observation deck on the 148th floor of Burj Khalifa. The skyscraper is the tallest building in the world and you can also enjoy the awe-inspiring view with a coffee or lunch from the Sky Lounge

Dubai is well-known for its modern shopping destinations. With over 600 shops you’ll be spoilt for choice in Mall of the Emirates. Even if you’re not on the hunt for a bargain you can take in a film or even try a few ski runs. In the Heritage District of the city you’ll also find Gold, Textile, Spice and Perfume Souks where you can test your haggling skills. 

Should you decide on a trip to Downtown Dubai then take some time to visit The Dubai Fountains. You may imagine you’re in Las Vegas which would make sense, these fountains were designed by the very same architects behind those at the Bellagio. 

Fancy a dip in the Arabian Gulf? The water is certainly warm enough and Dubai’s breathtaking shoreline is worth a visit alone. Try the public beaches including Jumeirah Beach Residence and Kite Beach, both of which include food outlets.

Take a trip to Dubai for a weekend of fun, sun, shopping and dental treatment.