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January 9, 1979
|Alma mater||Szent István University|
|Title||CEO of Tibor Dental London, PlanMaster 3D|
Tibor Botos is the founder and owner of the Tibor Dental London dental agencyand of PlanMaster 3D dental software.
Between the ages of 10 and 20, Botos dreamed of becoming a veterinary surgeon but lost interest in this career whilst in his second year as a medical student. As a consequence, he left college and set out to garner as much experience as possible in other fields of interest. During this time he worked as a private teacher, a financial counsellor, an insurance agent, a regional representative for a pharmaceutical company and as a worker on a pig farm. From the beginning of 2005 Botos then started working on another pig farm in Ireland.
Tibor Botos entered the world of dental tourism as a dental agent in 2005.[ citation needed ]
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