Switzerland clinic targets upmarket dental travellers

Most operators in the dental tourism sector attract international patients based on offers of low prices. A new Swiss dental clinic opening in an historic building in Zurich is going in the opposite direction, targeting well off global customers including celebrities, sports stars and royalty.

The Eram Clinic, a clinic for orofacial treatments and medical aesthetics for the mouth and face, will open in the prestigious Hochhaus zur Palme, one of the oldest and most prestigious high-rise buildings in the city of Zurich, at the end of September 2022.

The clinic was founded by Swiss entrepreneurial couple, Zahra Eram and Riccardo Meili.  The opening aims to make Zurich a global hub for holistic orofacial treatments, and for the clinic to become a leading institute for first-class aesthetic dentistry and medical aesthetics.

The multidisciplinary clinic spans three floors, boasts state-of-the-art treatment facilities, and offers a fully digitalised in-house dental laboratory to manufacture dental prosthetics. The clinic offers 24-hour care, two waiting rooms, and a concierge service, including travel planning, a discreet stay in Switzerland, catering by personal chefs, organising child and family care, excursions, cultural and sports activities, and general medical care.

It claims its clientele are from Switzerland and abroad, including royal families and international celebrities from the worlds of sport, politics, business, film and show business.

The clinic also allows for the incorporation into dental veneers of precious metals, diamonds, jewels, objets d’art and other personalised valuables.

The official opening will take place on 20 September 2022.