Dental Tourism Cost in India

Are you avoiding your smile makeover due to high costs?

Dental diseases are on the rise all over the world. Irrespective of the country, dental cavity and periodontal diseases affect a majority of the population. These diseases affect both children and adults.

The result of this is dental decay at a very early age, progressive gum disease, and severe periodontitis. This leads to teeth loss at a younger age. Worse, poor dental health can affect the overall health of a person. Bad dental health is even associated with heart disease.

Oral health issues, misaligned teeth, loss of teeth, oral infection, tooth decay, and gum disease not only affects your physical health, it also has a deep psychological impact. Oral health is vital to your general wellbeing and of course your quality of life.

Even conditions like bad breath can seriously compromise relationships. People with teeth loss or misaligned teeth often have reduced confidence and may face social antagonism. However, a major hurdle to get dental treatments is the exorbitant cost where you end up burning a hole in your pockets.

Here’s how you can get world-class dental treatments at only a fraction of what it costs in your country!

Affordable and World-class Dental care in India

Dental tourism in India is certainly a cost effective alternative for you if you need to get dental treatments and surgeries. For a fraction of the cost of the treatment in your country, you can get your dental treatment and travel all the famous tourist destinations in India.

People from many countries prefer for a “dental vacation” in India when compared to other countries because of the quality of Indian dentists, dental surgeons, and dental specialists. This can be attributed to the quality of their education and the number of complex procedures they end up conducting what with the population here.

Many international visitors feel that dental tourism cost in India is much lesser considering the quality of services and Indian currency. To begin with, the cost of two-way travel and the cost of dental procedures combined is just a fraction of its cost in your country. Secondly, travel, accommodation, and food are not expensive in India.

When it comes to dental procedures, Indian dental tourism costs much lesser than other dental vacation destinations because of its huge medical infrastructure. While a dental implant cost can be around $3000 to $4000 in USA, its cost in India with the same implant materials is around 35,000 INR which is $500. The difference in costs is considerably high even if you compare the cost in Europe, Canada, Australia, and Middle East.

As for other dental procedures, dental braces cost in India is also very less in spite of providing the same products like Invisalign or invisible braces. If you are looking for a root canal and dental crowns or merely dental crowns, we provide all dental crown types, and cost in India for the same material is much lesser when compared to other countries.

Apollo White Dental provides high-quality dental material for dental implants, crowns, braces, and fillings. We use state of the art dental equipment and technology for diagnostics and procedures.

To find the total cost for your dental procedure, please enquire.

Why Dental Tourism in India?
World-class Dental Treatment Affordable with Dental Tourism in India

When even a visit to the dentist can cost you anywhere around $50 to $350 and a tooth extraction can cost around $75 to $400, with the risk of additional costs looming large, thinking of a dental procedure becomes a privilege. This is not just the case of USA. Many European countries, Australia, and New Zealand face the same issue of high healthcare costs.

When it comes to countries in the Middle East, Africa, and parts of Asia, though people are willing to get quality dental treatments, they find it difficult to identify the right kind of facilities.

Dental Tourism in India

India is well known as a destination for medical tourism because of its modern hospital infrastructure, high quality medical services, skilled and experienced medical professionals, and affordable treatment costs.

An estimated 250,000 people from the US, Canada, UK, Europe, Australia, and other countries like Maldives, Nepal, Yemen, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bangladesh, and African countries like Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, and others visit India every year. This number is growing by 22 to 25% annually.

These medical tourists come for medical procedures like CABG, cardiac surgery, knee replacement surgery, bone marrow transplants, brain surgeries, cancer treatments, kidney treatments, in vitro fertilization, and dental procedures.

Reasons why people prefer dental tourism in India according to dental tourists from various countries:

  1. World-class health care infrastructure
  2. Appropriate accreditation system for Indian hospitals
  3. Availability of expert surgeons
  4. Legal system to protect medical tourists
  5. Indian doctors are competent to diagnose and prescribe the exact treatment
  6. Well experienced doctors and surgeons with proven track record
  7. Indian hospital staff is efficient
  8. Minimum waiting time for treatment
  9. Affordable treatments
  10. Other costs minimal
  11. Affordable accommodation and adequate facilities for patient’s relatives
  12. Hospitals here help them get their medical visa

To know more about dental tourism in India, please enquire now!

Root Canal
India ($) $40/tooth
USA ($) $800
UK (£) £200/tooth
Stay at the Hospital
(in days)
OPD/3-4 sittings
Ceramic Crown (Metal Fused)
India ($) $200/tooth
USA ($) $850
UK (£) £600/tooth
Stay at the Hospital
(in days)
Dental Extraction
India ($) $15/tooth
USA ($) $300
UK (£) £75/tooth
Stay at the Hospital
(in days)
India ($) $200/tooth
USA ($) $800/tooth
UK (£) £400/tooth
Stay at the Hospital
(in days)
Dental Implant
India ($) $450/Implant
USA ($) $3,500
UK (£) £2000/implant
Stay at the Hospital
(in days)
OPD 2 stages over 3 months
Teeth Whitening
India ($) $110
USA ($) $750
UK (£) £700
Stay at the Hospital
(in days)
OPD 3-4 sittings
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