Budapest - Hungary - For each crown, for each implant, Helvetic Dental Clinics in Hungary commit to donating 1EUR (1 vaccin) to support the UNICEF program to eradicate polio. One in 200 infected children suffer irreversible paralysis, and among those paralyzed children, 5% to 10% will die when their breathing muscles become immobilized. There is no cure for polio but it can be prevented through immunization administered orally. In 1988, the 41st World Health Assembly adopted a resolution for the worldwide eradication of polio. It marked the launch of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI), spearheaded by national governments, and supported by UNICEF and other partners including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
About Helvetic Clinics: Founded by Doctors Peter and Laszlo Lukacs (Hungary), and Jean François Empain and Pierre Chaker (Switzerland), Helvetic Clinics Budapest is one of the best dental clinics worldwide, according to GCR (Global Clinic Ratings). The dental clinic welcomes thousands of patients each year from more than 30 countries to have their dental treatment done by the most qualified dentists of Budapest