Enrich your soul while repairing your smile in Cape Town. South Africa.

Experience the beauty and tranquillity of Cape Town while getting dental treatments to protect your smile.

Visiting South Africa means embarking on a journey, not just in the travel sense but also in a personal one. It’s a country that deeply moves and feeds the soul, inevitably leaving visitors better than it found them. Exploring South Africa allows you to stop, take a step back, and re-evaluate your life and your purpose. It’s also known to have you yearning to return for more.

In a place where the inner workings of nature prevail, it’s difficult not to recognise the peace, purity, and the contentment that engulfs the country. South Africa is home to some of the most incredible natural phenomenons which allow visitors to fully experience the wholesomeness of mother earth. But did you know that Cape Town, South Africa also has some of the best dentists in the world? What’s more, is that supporting these local dentists gives South Africa’s economy a much-needed boost – and you a more confident smile.

Find out how you can experience the wonders of Cape Town while getting dental treatments to protect your smile. As a personal note, I’ve just invested in giving my teeth some special care as lockdown had me grinding mine down and doing much damage. I’m now equipped with a gum guard and have gone for numerous appointments to repair the cracks – something I’m grateful to have done.

What to do in Cape Town

Connect with nature

Whether you’re taking a stroll in Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, feeding the Penguins, or watching the marine 5 in their natural habitat, you’ll feel a sense of peace and tranquillity. There’s something liberating about stripping yourself of the city chaos, and just being enthralled by the workings of mother nature. 

Do some volunteer work

Volunteering in Cape Town is the ideal way to discover South Africa’s “Mother City” from a unique and impactful point of view. If you’re passionate about community services, you can teach English at schools, work at hospitals or help out at an orphanage. For nature lovers, Marine conservation projects give you the chance to learn about the coastal and marine ecosystem and factors that affect marine life. There are also many NGOs in Cape Town that work towards improving economic development whilst educating communities about sustainable living. 

Go on an adventure

With plenty of sunshine, mountains, rivers and seas, Cape Town is one massive playground. For a taste of the great outdoors, watch whales in Hermanus or hike to the top of Table Mountain. For adrenaline junkies, you can paraglide over Cape Town’s beaches, take a walking safari or cycle through the Cape Winelands. You’ll never have a dull moment when you explore Cape Town.

Experience the melting pot of cultures

Cape Town, the Gateway to Africa, is an exciting mix of first and third world cultures. It is here that indigenous cultures first set foot before exploring the rest of Africa. The San, Khoi and Xhosa followed by Europeans and people from the Malaysian and Indian Archipelagos have left cultural footprints – creating a diverse melting pot and a fascinating travel destination. One of the best ways to experience the Cape’s cultural treasures is with a tour guide. Tour guides are extremely knowledgeable and will make sure you are well-informed about the town. The Local Tourism Office will be able to assist you with maps, where to go and tour operators to contact.

Dental treatments you can get done in Cape Town

Aside from experiencing the beauty of Cape Town, you can also choose to get some affordable dental procedures done while here. Cape Town has become one of the biggest dental hubs in the country. Dental tourism is particularly important as it gives South Africa’s economy a much-needed boost. 

JJS Dentistry in Cape Town is an exceptional dental practice situated at the V&A Waterfront, which overlooks a stunning harbour. The team at JJS Dentistry have restored dozens of new smiles for patients from across the world. Here, you can have your dental work complete within a few short hours- leaving more than enough time to enjoy a thrilling and enriching experience in sunny Cape Town.

JJS Dentistry offers the following dental treatments

  • Dental cleanings and check-ups: Maintaining proper oral hygiene means that you can benefit from enjoying your natural teeth for a long time.
  • Tooth coloured fillings: Composite fillings are coloured to matched adjacent teeth, so your smile looks 100% natural.
  • Root canal treatment: Root canal therapy provides immediate relief of discomfort caused by infection at the centre of a tooth. 
  • Dental implants: Implants are a functional, fixed, and permanent solution for replacing missing teeth.
  • Dental crowns: A damaged tooth can be protected and visually improved with the addition of a ceramic crown.
  • Full mouth rehabilitation: Dental rehabilitation treatments will restore your teeth and gums back to its former glory. 

If you’re looking for a way to fully experience the vibrancy of Cape Town, and get some dental treatments done, consider scheduling your dental treatments at JJS Dentistry. Book now for a Dentist in Cape Town.

** This article is shared in collaboration with JJS Dentistry.

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