Dentists and Hygienists in Portugal

Find Dentists and Hygienists in Portugal

Are you looking for a dentist or a hygienist in Portugal? At www.dentistsandhygienists.com you don’t need to worry about common impediments such as the opening hours of a practice – you can easily contact any dentist or hygienist on our website at any time of the day and week, and they’ll get back to you as soon as they see your message.

Whether you've just arrived or have already been living in Portugal for a while, it's not always easy to find a good dentist or to know how the Portuguese dental system works. If you live in Portugal, you can choose to be seen by a dentist working in the public healthcare system - this will be definitely cheaper for you but might take you a while to get an appointment, especially if your situation is not urgent. If you choose to be seen by a dentist working in the private healthcare system, which you can use whether you live in Portugal or not, you will most likely get an appointment soon, considering the high amount of private clinics in the country, especially in the big cities. If you have a private health insurance you will get considerable discounts when having an appointment in a private practice - and a private health insurance can be as cheap as €10 a month, depending on the coverage you choose.

The quality of dental care in Portugal is very high according to international standards. Click here to find a dentist or hygienist near you!

Portugal is on the southwest part of Europe. Half of the country's borders is surrounded by the Atlantic ocean - the west and south side of Portugal - and has wonderful beaches that are accessible in any day of the year. In the summer they may get a bit crowded, but if you know where to go you can find hidden and normally almost empty gems along the coastline. The country borders Spain on his north and east side.

Portugal has a story to tell in every corner you visit - it is officially about nine centuries old, and you can learn about pieces of history everywhere you go from north to south. Make sure you bring sunglasses with you every time though, as Portugal has on average 300 days of sun per year.

Must-haves when visiting a "café" include pastéis de nata, and don't miss out on the fish and seafood when going to a restaurant.

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