Travel for health care in Poland, Malta, Spain

Here’s a very intersting article on how budget airlines are changing Europe. One the important changes is easy access to inexpensive health care:

No-frills airlines also let Europeans seek cut-rate health care in Malta, Poland and Spain.

An implant and crown that cost 2,500 euros in the U.K. go for 1,400 euros in a Polish dentist’s office, says Marcin Gaborski, a board member of Dental Clinic HAHS in Szczecin.

Has anyone here ever experienced healthcare in Spain, Poland, or Malta? If so, please share your experiences because many people think of India, Thailand, and Singapore when they think of traveling for low cost health care.

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