Dental crowns in Croatia can cost up to 75% less than at home. Yet, for that price, you are still privy to the highest standards of dental treatment. Simply put, when it comes to dental crowns, Croatia is your best friend!

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Keep reading for verified patient reviews, the cost of dental crowns in Croatia, and other details about the procedure!

We will also introduce you to the professionals behind the best dental clinics in Croatia.

Dental Crowns in Croatia: Reviews

Also watch this patient testimonial for dental work in Croatia below!

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Patient Testimonial for Dental Work in Croatia

Dental Crowns in Croatia: Before and After Pictures

Here are some before and after pictures of dental crowns in Croatia:

Zirconia crowns - before and after

Zirconia crowns - before and after

Zirconia crowns - before and after

How Much Does a Crown Cost in Croatia?

The price of crowns in Croatia is 40-75% less than what you pay in the US or UK. The zirconia crown price in Croatia is 620 compared to €1,160 in the UK.

The porcelain crown price in Croatia is 350 compared to 930 in the UK. To see how much you’ll save, consult the table below.

Dental Crowns in Croatia Cost Comparison
Procedure UK US Croatia Duration
Porcelain Crown for Implants (with Abutment) €1,160 $3,000 $730/€620 3-5 days
Porcelain E-Max Crown for Implants (with Abutment) €750 $1,500 $790/€670 3-5 days
Porcelain Bridge (permanent bridge) (per jaw – 12 units) €8,400 $13,000 $3,975/€3,375 3-5 days
Porcelain Fused to Metal Crown €640 $900 $275/€235 3-5 days
Full Porcelain Crown €930 $1,100 $410/€350 3-5 days
Ceramic Crown €933 $1,500 $410/€350 3-5 days
Zirconium Crown €815 $1,300 $430/€365 3-5 days
Implant-supported Bridge (3 crowns) €4,080 $10,000 $2,750/€2,335 3-5 days
All-Ceramic Bridge (3 crowns) €2,215 $3,000 $1,250/€1,060 3-5 days
All Metal Bridge (3 crowns) €2,100 $3,000 $1,550/€1,350 3-5 days
Porcelain Fused to Metal Bridge (3 crowns) €1,810 $2,700 $825/€700 3-5 days
*Croatia dentist prices are case-dependent.

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Why Choose To Get Your Dental Crowns in Croatia?

The clear answer is that dental crowns and bridges are up to 75% cheaper in Croatia.

Moreover, Croatia stands as a prime example of how accessible dental tourism has become.

Europeans, Americans, and Russians alike have been going there for years now.

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Dental Crowns in Zagreb, Croatia

Not only do you get to take an affordable vacation – but you can also get your dental work done for a fraction of the cost.

We find that Croatia’s massive appeal is due to these factors:

  • The Excellent Prices | Save up to 40-50%
  • Access to Professional Practitioners | Experienced & certified dentists
  • Ease of Communication | English-speaking dentists
  • Tourism Hotspots | Beaches, historical sites, and much more…
  • Easy to Travel to | Inexpensive flights to 5 international airports

Scroll down to find out more reasons to travel to Croatia for dental crowns.

Top Clinics in Croatia

It is impossible to choose the best from these three clinics as they are inseparable regarding levels of expertise and, of course, cost.

Instead, we will introduce you to them all and let you decide which suits your needs better.

Best Dentists in Croatia

If you are looking for a great dentist, Croatia is the right place to be looking at.

Although there are many great dental clinics in Croatia, we work with some of the best doctors and clinics the country has to offer.

We want our clients to have easy access to the safest dental care with the highest possible standards.

For more information on dental work in Zadar, Split, and Trogir, click the links!

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What Types of Crowns Are Available in Croatia?

If you are ready to get a dental crown, Croatia has the following types of crowns available.

The types of dental crowns that you can get in Croatia are the same as you would get at home.

What Does the Dental Crown Procedure Involve?

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Dental Crowns Procedure
  • The procedure starts with the dentist numbing the tooth/teeth in question.
  • Then, the tooth is trimmed down and prepared for the crown.
  • This reduces the size and the bulkiness of the crown needed, ensuring a more comfortable fit. A temporary crown can then be made to cover the area.
  • Next, the dentist takes an impression of your teeth.
  • Once the full mouth impression is taken, it is sent to a lab.
  • Either the lab will make a temporary crown, or the temporary crown will be made chairside.
  • Next, the dentist will take the shade of your teeth. This way, your new crown will match the natural color of your teeth.
  • You will get a temporary crown while your permanent one is being made.
  • The dentist will try the permanent crown in to ensure it fits, and make any necessary adjustments.
  • Once you and the dentist agree that the crown is comfortable it can be cemented into place. [5]
  • Once the cement has dried, and any excess material has been cleaned away, your smile will be restored to its former glory.

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You can read more about single-day & conventional crown procedures here.

*The conventional procedure will take two separate appointments to complete; one for trimming the tooth and another for placing the permanent crown.

*If the dental clinic you visit has CAD/CAM technologies at hand, it is possible to have the whole procedure done within a few short hours. [7]

If you have a missing tooth, a dental implant would be needed to support a crown. [8]

In case you need dental implants, Croatia has got you covered. Click on the link to learn more!

Wondering about the difference between dental crowns and veneers in Croatia? Check out the video below!

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Dental Veneers vs Crowns in Croatia

The Pros and Cons of Getting Dental Crowns

There are always a few things to consider before committing to getting dental work such as this done.


  • They improve the appearance of your tooth by altering its color and/or shape.
  • They can prevent a compromised tooth from further damage.
  • They can last for well over a decade if properly cared for.
  • Can protect a tooth after a root canal.


  • Crowns can be chipped. In extreme cases, this will lead to them needing to be replaced.
  • Crowns can leak, leading to recurrent decay.
  • In rare cases, the patient may be allergic to either the cement or the materials used.
  • If the crown needs adjustments, it can cause some pain when biting down.

Source: News-Medical.Net [9]

Travel Tips for Croatia

Travelling to Croatia isn’t anywhere near as difficult as you might have expected.

There are five international airports to fly into. Alternatively, there are also five ports to get a ferry to.

Watch the video below to get a virtual tour of one of Croatia’s top tourist spots!

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Dental Tourism in Croatia

For local travel, buses are a cheap & reliable way of getting where you need to go.

For a more detailed rundown on what to expect when you land in Croatia, this page has all the information you will need.


Now that you know all about dental crowns in Croatia, we hope that you feel well-informed enough to make the right decision. For all things dental, Croatia is your best bet!

If you feel ready, we can discuss your booking at your leisure. Contact us to get free guidance today!


For a single zirconia crown in Croatia, you can expect to pay as little as €365.

This compares to roughly €815 in the UK and €1,100 in the US.

During their 6-year degree, dentistry students in Zagreb, Croatia, will take 2,000 hours of lectures and seminars, 1,001 hours of preclinical, and 2,099 hours of clinical practicals. [3]

The degree that they receive, the Doctor of Dental Medicine degree, is accredited throughout Europe.

It is estimated that your crowns will last somewhere in the region of 5-15 years.

Naturally, this will depend on a few different factors. You will need to take good care of them.

Studies have shown how much stress they are put under and how well they are cleaned influences how long a crown will last.

If these conditions are met, 97% of your crowns will be intact after ten years, with 85% making it to the 25-year mark. [4]

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