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Yes. It is not a must, but it is polite to learn a “welcome” and “thank you” phrase for the country you are visiting for treatment.
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If you are having major dental or surgery we do not recommend booking any day tours prior to leaving Australia. You may not feel like venturing out , so soon after treatment.
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The answer is no. If you are staying at nice hotel (4 stars and up), simply ask at reception for an adapter. Many new hotels are making the power points universal.
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Thailand: No you do not need a visa to travel to Thailand unless you are planning to stay for more than 30 days. These passport holders include Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States of America and Canadian. Please consult your travel agent for further advice.

Philippines: No you do not need a visa to travel to the Philippines unless you are planning to stay for more than 30 days. These passport holders include Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States of America and Canadian. Please consult your travel agent for further advice.
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Thailand: No you do not need any vaccinations to travel to Thailand. However some patients feel more comfortable knowing that they have taken every precaution. If you are worried, we recommend asking your local GP for their recommendations.

Philippines: Some vaccinations may be recommended please seek advice from your GP.
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No, in Thailand and the Philippines the water is not safe to drink. You will need to drink bottled water at all times. Please also brush your teeth with bottled water and keep mouth closed while showering.
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We have a preferred travel agent that we can pass your details on to help arrange your flights, accommodation and airport transfers if needed.
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Thailand: The staff at our dental clinics will be easy to communicate with however you may find it more difficult in taxis and in some shopping districts. Thailand is a very popular tourist destination and someone to help is never far away.

Philippines: English is so widely spoken there from taxi drivers to dentists it’s hard to tell if it’s their first language or not. This is a great destination for those concerned about language barriers.
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Yes you can withdraw money from ATMs and use your credit card at all of our clinics. A tip is to check the fees you will incur for using your card overseas, this varies from bank to bank. We also recommend informing your bank the dates you will be away and the amount you intend to spend.
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Yes, some of the dental clinics we use offer a private limousine service for transfers to and from your appointments and the airport.
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Yes. It is not a must, but it is polite to learn a “welcome” and “thank you” phrase for the country you are visiting for treatment.
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If you are having major dental or surgery we do not recommend booking any day tours prior to leaving Australia. You may not feel like venturing out , so soon after treatment.
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The answer is no. If you are staying at nice hotel (4 stars and up), simply ask at reception for an adapter. Many new hotels are making the power points universal.
tab
Thailand: No you do not need a visa to travel to Thailand unless you are planning to stay for more than 30 days. These passport holders include Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States of America and Canadian. Please consult your travel agent for further advice.

Philippines: No you do not need a visa to travel to the Philippines unless you are planning to stay for more than 30 days. These passport holders include Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States of America and Canadian. Please consult your travel agent for further advice.
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Thailand: No you do not need any vaccinations to travel to Thailand. However some patients feel more comfortable knowing that they have taken every precaution. If you are worried, we recommend asking your local GP for their recommendations.

Philippines: Some vaccinations may be recommended please seek advice from your GP.
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No, in Thailand and the Philippines the water is not safe to drink. You will need to drink bottled water at all times. Please also brush your teeth with bottled water and keep mouth closed while showering.
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We have a preferred travel agent that we can pass your details on to help arrange your flights, accommodation and airport transfers if needed.
tab
Thailand: The staff at our dental clinics will be easy to communicate with however you may find it more difficult in taxis and in some shopping districts. Thailand is a very popular tourist destination and someone to help is never far away.

Philippines: English is so widely spoken there from taxi drivers to dentists it’s hard to tell if it’s their first language or not. This is a great destination for those concerned about language barriers.
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Yes you can withdraw money from ATMs and use your credit card at all of our clinics. A tip is to check the fees you will incur for using your card overseas, this varies from bank to bank. We also recommend informing your bank the dates you will be away and the amount you intend to spend.
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Yes, some of the dental clinics we use offer a private limousine service for transfers to and from your appointments and the airport.
tab
Yes. It is not a must, but it is polite to learn a “welcome” and “thank you” phrase for the country you are visiting for treatment.
tab
If you are having major dental or surgery we do not recommend booking any day tours prior to leaving Australia. You may not feel like venturing out , so soon after treatment.
tab
The answer is no. If you are staying at nice hotel (4 stars and up), simply ask at reception for an adapter. Many new hotels are making the power points universal.
tab
Thailand: No you do not need a visa to travel to Thailand unless you are planning to stay for more than 30 days. These passport holders include Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States of America and Canadian. Please consult your travel agent for further advice.

Philippines: No you do not need a visa to travel to the Philippines unless you are planning to stay for more than 30 days. These passport holders include Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States of America and Canadian. Please consult your travel agent for further advice.
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Thailand: No you do not need any vaccinations to travel to Thailand. However some patients feel more comfortable knowing that they have taken every precaution. If you are worried, we recommend asking your local GP for their recommendations.

Philippines: Some vaccinations may be recommended please seek advice from your GP.
tab
No, in Thailand and the Philippines the water is not safe to drink. You will need to drink bottled water at all times. Please also brush your teeth with bottled water and keep mouth closed while showering.
tab
We have a preferred travel agent that we can pass your details on to help arrange your flights, accommodation and airport transfers if needed.
tab
Thailand: The staff at our dental clinics will be easy to communicate with however you may find it more difficult in taxis and in some shopping districts. Thailand is a very popular tourist destination and someone to help is never far away.

Philippines: English is so widely spoken there from taxi drivers to dentists it’s hard to tell if it’s their first language or not. This is a great destination for those concerned about language barriers.
tab
Yes you can withdraw money from ATMs and use your credit card at all of our clinics. A tip is to check the fees you will incur for using your card overseas, this varies from bank to bank. We also recommend informing your bank the dates you will be away and the amount you intend to spend.
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Yes, some of the dental clinics we use offer a private limousine service for transfers to and from your appointments and the airport.

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