Dental Tourism India

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India is one of the leading players in the dental tourism/healthcare facilitation industry. It is increasingly emerging as the destination of choice for a wide range of dental procedures. There are numerous advantages of coming to India for treatment. Some of the advantages are:

  • Internationally accredited dental facilities using the latest technologies.
  • Highly qualified Dentists/Implantologists/Maxillofacial surgeons and hospital support staff.
  • Significant cost savings compared to domestic dental healthcare.
  • Dental treatment costs in India are lower by at least 60-80% when compared to similar procedures in USA and the UK.
  • No Wait Lists.
  • Fluent English speaking staff.
  • Can easily be combined with a holiday / business trip.

Incredible India


Tourism India

Thousands of people every year fly from Middle East, USA, and Europe to tour places in India for a grand holiday and dental care. The cost of dental care in the western countries is approximately 10 times more than that in India. Dental tourism in India offers several packages. However, these will be based on the requirements of the person and their holiday needs.

Regular Dental Procedures 

Dental Scanning – CBCT Scan

Dental Implants


Zirconia / metal free crowns

Teeth Whitening

Tooth Contouring and Reshaping

Composite and Porcelain Tooth Veneers

Root Canals

Surgical removal of wisdom teeth under GA

Vertical and horizontal bone grafting

Gum Grafting

Invisalign orthodontics

Fluoride treatments for children

Orthognathic surgery (cosmetic jaw surgery)

Combined prostheses with milling (CAD-CAM)

Dental Bonding

Dental Caps / Crowns

Dental Fillings

Implant supported Over dentures

BPS Dentures

Dentists can charge $300 to $400 for a Dental Filling in USA & Europe. It costs only $20 to $40 in India. A Root Canal is $3,000 in the West, but only $150 to $200 in India. Dentures can cost $3000 overseas but only $ 500 in India.

Reiner Kuske (New Zealand)
Sulaiman Al Khudhouri (Oman)
Rashid Al Salami (Sharjah UAE)
Sammy Kilonzo (Kenya)
Rasammy (China)
Basheer Mohammed (UAE)