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Izmir is a beautiful city located on the west coast of Turkey, known for its rich history, stunning coastline, and friendly locals. If you’re visiting Izmir for dental treatment, you’ll find that the city has a lot to offer in terms of both dental care and tourism.

Medstation is a highly qualified dental clinic located in Izmir, offering a range of treatments such as teeth cleaning, fillings, and cosmetic procedures using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques. Our team of skilled professionals is committed to ensuring that you receive the best possible treatment in a comfortable and welcoming environment. We go above and beyond to make sure you feel at ease throughout your visit, and we take the time to listen to your concerns and answer any questions you may have. In addition to its dental care facilities, Izmir is a great place to relax and enjoy your time off. The city boasts a number of beautiful beaches and parks, as well as a vibrant nightlife scene. You can also visit the ancient city of Ephesus, which is located just a short drive away, or explore the charming streets of the old town district, known as Kemeralti. Overall, Izmir is a great destination for both dental treatment and vacation, offering a combination of modern healthcare and rich cultural experiences. So, it will be a great opportunity for you to have your dental treatment at Medstation and spend a lovely holiday in Izmir.
The Ancient City of Ephesus

The Ancient City of Ephesus consists of different locations such as Çukuriçi Höyük, Ayasuluk Hill, the Ancient City of Ephesus and the House of the Virgin Mary, each of which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.  The ancient city of Ephesus, one of the largest and most powerful cities of the ancient period, has also trained many philosophers and scientists in its long history such as Herakletos and Hermodor.

In this fascinating ancient city, where you can explore with guided tours, you will take a journey through history between the Ephesus Antique Theater, the largest open-air theater of the ancient period with a capacity of 24,000 people, the Celsius Library, Hadrian’s Temple, Curates Street and impressive terrace houses.