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Dental Tourism in Croatia: A Reason To Smile

Dental care plays a vital role in one’s physical and emotional health.[1] Int J Environ Res Public Health Postponed Dental Appointments Due to Costs Are Associated with Increased Loneliness—Evidence from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe “The study results add evidence that proper dental care (i.e., regular and appropriate visits to the dentist) is vital not only to one’s oral health, but also plays a role in one’s physical and emotional health.” View in Article However, financial constraints often prevent people from getting timely care. The sky-high dental cost in Western countries drives patients to consider treatment outside their country. For Europeans, dental tourism in Croatia can be a lucrative option.

Read on to know how Croatia’s dental travel can save you money without compromising quality.

Why Choose Croatia Dental Tourism?

Source: Dental tourism – An Opportunity for Croatian Tourism; JAL Classification: M31, I10, Z32

Croatia, the land of 1000 islands, is located between the Balkans and Central Europe. This affordable European destination[2]Travel and leisure Croatia Is the Affordable European Destination You Need to Visit “Croatia Is the Affordable European Destination… travel, accommodation, food, and activities within the country are surprisingly cheap” View in Article is reputed for its incredibly rich legacy, gorgeous landscapes, endless coastline, and pristine beaches.

Croatia is one of the top medical tourism destinations. It has won the “medical tourism destination award” at the world’s largest tourism trade fair (ITB)-2020.[3]Croatia wins medical tourism destination award Croatia wins medical tourism destination award ” Croatia has won the medical tourism destination award at the world’s leading tourism fair, the ITB in Berlin…” View in Article

Top Dental Clinics in Croatia

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What does Dental Treatment in Croatia Cost?

Croatia has a cheaper price for comparable dental works in Western countries. The table below compares the approximate prices of some dental works in Croatia and other advanced countries.

Dental Work Cost Comparison (USD)

Dental WorkUSA/CanadaUKCroatia
Single dental implant with abutment$5,000$3,000$1,050
All-on-4 Implants per arch$24,000$16,000$6,400
All-on-6 Implants per arch$28,000$18,000$7,750
All-on-8 Implants per arch$35,000$20,000$9,300
Porcelain fused to Metal Crowns (PFM)$1,200$1,000$250
Porcelain E-Max Crown (per unit)$2,000$1,500$780
Zirconium Crowns (per unit)$2,000$1,500$375
Full Denture per arch$2,000$1,300$650
Root Canal (per molar tooth)$1,500$920$120
Porcelain Veneer (per unit)$2,150$1,100$250
Zirconium/Ceramic Veneer (per unit)$2,000$1,000$375
Smile design (8 veneers + bleaching)$18,200$4,160$3,500
Tooth extraction (simple)$300$280$50
Extraction (surgical)$650$400$185
Regular Teeth Cleaning$550$400$65
Teeth Whitening (in office)$1,000$620$250
Composite Filling$250$225$40
Invisalign per Jaw$7,000$4,150$1,400
Fixed Clear Braces$6,000$4,200$2,800
*prices may vary with the complexity of a case

Croatia dentist prices are up to 70% cheaper than those in the UK. Expensive full mouth procedures like all-on-4 in Croatia would cost you $6,400 per arch while the same procedures cost $24,000 in the US/Canada or $16,000 in the UK.

Similarly, cosmetic procedures, such as porcelain veneers, cost $250 in Croatia which is a fraction of the cost in the UK/US. Above all, medical professionals in Croatia have an excellent reputation for delivering quality dental services comparable to any Western country.[4]Expat in Croatia 7 Surprising Facts about Croatia’s Healthcare “Croatian medical professionals are able to deliver quality comparable to any Western country at drastically reduced costs…” View in Article

You can find low-cost and high-quality dental work in European destinations like Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, and Poland.

Cheap Dental Implants in Croatia

Croatian dental clinics offer a wide range of dental services. However, there is more emphasis on dental implants due to global price differences. The Croatian clinics provide two types of dental implants – Premium and Low-cost.[5]hrcak Dental Tourism and Business Risks: the Example of the Republic of Croatia “…a strong emphasis has been placed on implantology primarily because of global price differences. Croatian clinics provide two types of dental implants …Premium“ and „Low-cost“… the most expensive dental implants in Croatian clinics stand out at a significantly lower price than those in Western European clinics.” View in Article

The good news is that even the premium dental implants in Croatia stand out at a significantly lower price than those in Western European clinics.

Expect to pay around $1,050 for a single dental implant in Croatia with excellent packages for all-on-four and all-on-six treatments as well.

Croatia Dentist Prices Vs. Other European Countries

Patients from all over Europe come to Croatia for high-quality dental services and affordable prices. Most travelers choose the country because it is close by.

So, how cheap are dental implants in Croatia compared to other European countries, like the UK, Italy, Germany, Ireland, Spain, or France? To find out the answer check out the cost comparison graph below.

Dental Implant Cost Comparison | Croatia vs. Other European Countries

Dental Implant Cost Comparison – Croatia vs. Other European Countries

Graph Source: Web data/ different native clinics

As seen in the graph, the Croatian dental implants prices are almost 70% less than those in the UK/ Germany, half the cost of those in France/Ireland, and 30% cheaper than those in Spain/Italy.

Getting Your Teeth Done in Croatia – Determinants of Dental Tourism

Croatia leads Europe in dentistry and it is highly regarded for cutting-edge medical research.[6]Expat in Croatia 7 Surprising Facts about Croatia’s Healthcare “Croatia is a major hot spot for cutting-edge medical research…Croatia leads Europe for dentistry and cosmetic surgery…” View in Article

In addition to the sun and the sea, Croatia has a developed dental tourism segment. Touristic potentials and growing demand for dental treatments from developed countries have made Croatia a top dental tourism destination.

A recent study reveals the three main determinants of dental tourism: Access to patient information, patient satisfaction, and loyalty.[7]SOURCE Relation of Access Information with Satisfaction and Loyalty in Medical (Dental) Tourism: Systematic Review “There is a relationship between information access and service satisfaction. The relationship of access to patient information on dental tourism can affect patient satisfaction. The relationship of satisfaction with loyalty shows that good satisfaction can increase patient loyalty…” View in Article The findings are:

  • Inadequate and unsupported information access affects patients’ satisfaction.
  • Easy access to information impacts the choice of dental tourism treatment.
  • Cost savings, effective communication, and individual care determine dental service satisfaction.
  • Patient satisfaction and quality of care influence patient loyalty to doctors and hospitals in dental tourism.
Determinants of Dental Tourism in Croatia

Determinants of Dental Tourism in Croatia

# Information access: Websites, advertisements, newspapers, magazines
* Results were compiled from the studies carried out in Malaysia, Turkey, India, Romania, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Switzerland, Croatia, and Albanian.

Popular Dental Treatments in Croatia

Dental Implants - All-on-procedure

All-on-4/6/8 in Croatia

Dentures | Croatia

Dentures in Croatia

Dental Bridge | Croatia

Crown and Bridge in Croatia

Dental Veneers | Dental Work in Croatia

Composite Veneers, Croatia

Smile Design | Dental Tourism in Croatia

Smile Makeover in Croatia

Root Canal | Croatia

Root Canal in Croatia

Dental Crowns | Croatia

Dental Crowns in Croatia

Orthodontic Treatment in Croatia

Orthodontics in Croatia

Periodontics

Periodontics | Croatia

Periodontics in Croatia

Dental Fillings

Dental Filling | Croatia

Dental Filling in Croatia

Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening | Croatia

Teeth Whitening in Croatia

Teeth Cleaning

Teeth Cleaning | Croatia

Teeth Cleaning in Croatia

Extractions

Tooth Extraction | Croatia

Teeth Extractions in Croatia

Kids Dentistry

Kids Dentistry | Croatia

Kids Dentistry in Croatia

Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery | Croatia

Oral Surgery in Croatia

Above are some of the commonly performed dental work in Croatia. To find out more, talk to our case managers, so they can help you find a Croatian dentist that suits your needs.

Travel Requirements to Croatia

As a member of the EU, the visa requirements of Croatia are under the rest of the union. Except for citizens of EU countries, all visitors to Croatia need a passport with at least three months validity from the planned date of return. EU citizens may use their national cards instead of a passport.

Note: Croatia is a part of the European Union (EU) but not the Schengen zone. So, if you plan to travel to a Schengen country on your way to Croatia, ensure you have at least six months validity for your passport.

Visa Requirements

  • For stays under 90 days, visitors from the EU countries, U.K., Canada, the US, Australia, and New Zealand, do not need a visa to enter Croatia.
  • Check the Croatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs ‘website to know the countries that need a Croatian visa.
  • You can apply for a Croatian visa online at crovisa.mvep.hr. However, you will have to print the application form and submit it to an Embassy/Consulate or visa center.
CountryAddressPhone & Email
IrelandMiramarska 23/III, 10 000 ZagrebTel: (+ 385) 1 62 78 920

Email: zagreb@dfa.ie

ItalyMedulićeva 22, 10000 ZagrebTel.: (+ 385) 1 4846386

E-mail: amb.zagabria@esteri.it

GermanyUlica grada Vukovara 64, 10000 ZagrebTel: (+ 385) 1 6300 100

Website: www.zagreb.diplo.de

UKIvana Lucica 4, 10000 ZagrebTel: (+ 385) 1 600 9100

Email: british.embassyzagreb@fco.gov.uk 

US2 Thomas Jefferson Street, 10000 ZagrebTel: (00 385) 1 661 2200

Email: consularzagreb@state.gov

How to Reach Croatia?

Traveling by plane is the quickest and cheapest way to reach Croatia. The country has five international airports located in Zagreb, Pula, Zadar, Split, and Dubrovnik.

You can also travel by ferry because Croatia has a long coastline and numerous islands. The international ferry entry ports are Zadar, Split, Pula, and Dubrovnik.

Croatia Tourism

Croatia Medical Tourism

Most parts of Croatia are accessible by flights from the UK and Ireland – but there are only a few direct flights to Croatia from outside Europe, and these fares can be expensive. So, a cheaper option would be to fly to a Western European city and continue by air, bus or train from there.

Best Way to Get to Croatia from Different Parts of Europe

FromCroatia DestinationTravel OptionReason
EuropeZagrebTrainSlower but more interesting
North EuropeZagreb, Dubrovnik, Pula, Zadar, SplitFlightCheapest & quickest
South EuropeZagreb & DubrovnikFlightQuickest
East EuropeZagreb, Split & DubrovnikFlightQuickest
ItalyPula, Porec, Rovinj, Zadar, Split, DubrovnikFerryScenic & fun
Dubrovnik, SplitFlightFast & cheap
GreeceDubrovnik, Zagreb, SplitFlightQuick
Zadar, Split, DubrovnikFerrySlow & nice
AlbaniaDubrovnikBuses or ferriesVery slow

To reach Croatia from the US, you can fly from the US – with common layover destinations that include London, Paris, Dublin, Munich, Vienna, and Istanbul.[8]Forbes Beautiful Croatia Still Welcomes American Travelers — If You Follow These Strict Rules “To get to Croatia from the United States, you can fly non-stop from most major U.S. airports, with common layover destinations including Dublin,…” View in Article

Getting to Split, Croatia

You can reach Split by air, land, or sea. You will find the train and bus stations and a ferry port located within a short walking distance from the Split old town.

The Split airport (SPU) is well-connected with major European cities. Most of the major European airlines operate daily flights to Split throughout the summer period.[9]Split Croatia Travel Guide How to Get to Trogir “Most of the major European airlines companies have daily connections with Split throughout summer period.” View in Article

Flight Route to Split International Airport (SPU)

Flight Travel | Croatia

Flying Times from Major Metropolitan Airports to Split Airport (SPU)

CityDurationNumber of Stops
Germany (FRA)1 hr 40 minNonstop
Italy (FCO)1 hr 15 minNonstop
France (CDG)2 hrNonstop
London (LHR)2 hr 25 minNonstop
Manchester (MAN)2 hr 45 minNonstop
Ireland (DUB)4 hr 40 minLayover: Frankfurt
New York (JFK)10 hr 45 minLayover: Amsterdam
Canada (YVR)11 hr 50 minLayover: Munich

Getting to Split from Elsewhere in Croatia

Flight Travel from Croatian Cities to Split

FromFlight FrequencyAppro. Travel Time
ZagrebDaily45 mins
DubrovnikFew flights a week35 mins
OsijekOnce a week50 mins

Check Croatia airlines website for more information.

Getting to Split from Europe

Bus travel: There are regular bus services from major European cities. You can get the timetable from the Split Bus Terminal website.
Train travel: Although you can reach Split by train, you may have to take connecting trains from Zagreb. Get the train timetable details from the Die Bahn website.
Water travel: Split is a major marine terminal for the central Dalmatian islands. Split also offers a regular overnight ferry service to Ancona in Italy. Check all details on croatiaferries.com.

Getting to Split from Other Croatian Cities

Train travel: There are regular train services from Zagreb to Split. It takes 6-8 hours to reach Split, depending on the train you take.
Bus travel: There are also numerous buses from Zagreb and elsewhere in Croatia to Split. See the Zagreb Bus Terminal website for timetable details.
Ferry: Numerous ferries and catamarans connect Split with nearby islands such as Brac, Hvar, Korcula, Vis, etc.

How to Get to Trogir?

Trogir, Croatia is centrally located on the Dalmatian coast, so getting to Trogir is stress-free and straightforward. The city is only 5 km from Split airport (SPU) and can be reached in 10 minutes by car.

Trogie | Dental Tourism in Croatia

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Getting to Trogir from Split

Bus travel: Take bus route 37 from Trogir bus station to reach the Split airport (SPU). Trogir buses can be booked online at getbybus.
Car travel: If you prefer to drive, you can reach Trogir Riviera by taking different highways. With State Road D1, you can avoid tolled highways.
Passenger Ferry: Bura Line operates passenger ferries from Trogir to Split from May to October.

Best Dental Clinics in Croatia

Croatian dentists and clinics rank among the best in Eastern and Central Europe in terms of quality.[10]Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems – scientific journal Dental tourism and business risks: The example of the Republic of Croatia “It should be noted that Croatian dentists and clinics in recent years are highly ranked in Europe, when it comes to quality, and are ranked among the best in Central and Eastern Europe…” View in Article

Best Dental Clinic in Split, Croatia

Dentelli is a modern dental clinic located in the southern Croatian city of Split. The team comprises highly qualified dentists with over 15 years of experience in dentistry. Expertise, professionalism, and individualized care to each patient are some of the pillars of their work.

Dental Clinic Croatia

Clinic Highlights

  • Convenient location: 24 mins drive from Split airport (SPU)
  • Treatment by internationally trained and nationally accredited dentists
  • Offer the latest techniques and treatments with cutting-edge equipment and technology
  • Uses high-quality materials from world-renowned manufacturers such as Vivadent, Ivoclar, and GC
  • The clinic is mercury-free and provides metal-free solutions such as Zirconia Implants, metal-free fillings, and crowns
  • The clinic staff and dentist can speak English, German, Italian
  • Provide airport pick-up and drop-off with a Mercedes-Benz S or C Class
  • Multiple payment and currency options – USD, CAD, GBP, EUR, Bitcoin, Ethereum, and credit/debit cards.

Dentelli Dental Clinic Offers

  • Lifetime warranty for Ankylos implants
  • 5-year warranty on zirconium crowns

Recommended Hotels: Priska Med Luxury Rooms, Amphora Hotel, Hotel Fanat, Sobe SChostels

Best Dental Clinic in Trogir, Croatia

Dental Centar Repić is located in Trogir city of Croatia. The highly qualified team provides top-quality professional dental treatments in a pleasant atmosphere.

Trogir Dental Team | Croatia Dental Tourism

Dental Team -Trogir

Clinic Highlights

  • Easily accessible location: 15 mins drive from Split airport (SPU)
  • State-of-the-art dental clinic
  • Treatment by highly qualified, internationally trained dentists
  • Success rates: 90% for dental implants and 97% for prosthodontic work
  • Offer single-trip implants and CEREC (Same-day crowns)
  • Free diagnostic procedures with prosthodontic work above 1000 USD
  • The clinic staff are fluent in English and Croatian
  • Multiple payment options: Credit cards (Visa, Diners, Mastercard), and cash in all currencies
  • Free-of-charge hotel to airport transfers

Dental Centar Repić offers

  • 10-year warranty on zirconium crown and implants
  • 10-year warranty on dentures
  • 5-year warranty on veneers
  • 10-year warranty on all-on-4/6/8

Recommended Hotels: Hotel Ola, Hotel Rotondo, Bifora Heritage Hotel 4

Best Dental Clinic in Zadar, Croatia

Zara dental centar is a modern clinic located in Zadar, Croatia. With the latest technology and professionalism, the multi-specialty team provides the highest quality services.

Zadar Dental Team

Dental Team – Zadar

Clinic Accreditations

  • Hrvatska stomatološka komora (Croatia)
  • Croatian Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (Croatia)
  • German Society of Dental Implantology (Germany)

Clinic Highlights

  • First visit and examination free of charge
  • State-of-the-art-technology
  • State-of-the-art equipment: CBCT – MORITA Veraviewpocs 3D R100
  • 10 years warranty to all implants

Best Dentist in Croatia

Dr. Martina Karlo – Dentist, Split, Croatia

Dr. Martina Karlo | Dentist in Split Croatia

Experience: Over 18 years
Expertise: Dental implants and advanced cosmetic dentistry, Digital smile design
Education:

  • Dental degree – University of Zagreb, School of Dental Medicine, Croatia
  • Completed numerous certificates in Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry

Treatments performed: 14,000
Languages Spoken: English, German, Croatian
Associations: Croatian Dental Association, Croatian Endodontic Society, Croatian Association of Aesthetic Medicine

Dr. Dario Repić – Dentist, Trogir, Croatia

Dr. Dario Repić | Dentist in Trogir, Croatia

Experience: Over 17 years
Expertise: Endodontics and Restorative dentistry.
Education:

  • Dental degree – University of Zagreb, School of Dental Medicine, Croatia
  • Specialization in Endodontics and restorative dental medicine
  • Ph.D. in Dental Medicine, University of Zagreb.

Treatments performed: 2000
Languages Spoken: English and Croatian
Associations: European Society of Endodontology, Croatian Society of Endodontology.

Dr. Ivana Lijić – Dentist, Zadar, Croatia

Dr. Ivana Lijić | Zadar Dentist, Croatia

Experience: Over 15 years

Expertise: Implantology, aesthetic dentistry and prosthetics

Training and Certificates:

  • One year program ”The Curriculum Implantology”, GBOI
  • DSD by Christian Coachman, Dubrovnik, Croatia
  • Perio-implant, Opatija, Croatia
  • Bone & tissue days, Berlin, Germany

Associations:

  • German Association of Dental Implantology(DGZI)
  • Croatian Dental Chamber(HKDM)
  • Croatian Association of Aesthetic Medicine (HDEDM)
  • Croatian Society for Facial Aesthetics (HDEL)
  • Croatian Medical Association (HLZ)

Croatia Dental Care Reviews

Patient Testimonial – Dental Center Croatia

Croatia Tourism

Croatia is a small country but has a rich culture and heritage. It is home to ten UNESCO World Heritage sites – 8 cultural sites & 2 natural sites.[11]UNESCO Properties inscribed on the World Heritage List “Cultural (8)Natural (2)” View in Article Let’s explore some of the finest tourist places in Croatia.

Croatia is an attractive and increasingly popular tourist destination with over 18 million tourist visits per year -Croatia’s population is 4 million.[12]Export.gov Croatia – Medical Tourism “Croatia is an attractive and increasingly popular tourist destination with over 18 million tourist visits per year(Croatia’s population is 4 million). “ View in Article

Split is Croatia’s second-largest city and a very safe vacation destination. You can find some first-class charms here. According to the US World News Report[13]Travel US News Split Travel Guide “The U.S. News & World Report travel rankings…#3 – inBest Places to Visit in Eastern Europe; #15- inBest Cheap European Vacations…” View in Article, the city ranks

  • #3 in best places to visit in Eastern Europe
  • #15 in cheap European vacations

Historic Center

The historic center of Split is currently the cultural heart of Croatia and a popular travel spot with innumerable attractions. You can explore the glorious buildings of the Diocletian’s Palace, enjoy nature in the Marjan Forest Park or shop at local markets.

Historic Center | Split | Croatia

Historic Center – Tourist Place in Croatia

Diocletian Palace – UNESCO World Heritage Site

The palace is one of the most magnificent ancient Roman ruins in existence today. The whole complex occupies around 30,000 square meters and lies in the heart of the city. The outside has a spectacular walled fort but the inside contains shops, bars, and restaurants. You will spend most of your time here during your trip to Split.

Diocletian Palace | Spilt | Croatia

Croatia Medical Tourism -Diocletian Palace

Trogir is known by the names of Little Venice, City of Happy Moments, and The Stone Beauty. It is a beautiful historic town situated on the Croatian coast.
Just 20 mins from Split, Trogir is a perfect day trip from Split. Here, you can find beautiful monuments, stunning sea views as well as good relaxing opportunities. The charming town will surely keep you busy for a few solid hours.

Historic Center | Trogir | Croatia Tourism

Trogir Historic Center | Croatia Tourism

Croatia has more than 1200 islands. The largest ones are Cres, Brac Krk, Hvar, and Pa. You can explore these islands by an island-hopping cruise along the Dalmatian coast. If you prefer day trips, most of the islands can be reached by ferry from the mainland.

Sailing around Croatia will be a wonderful experience! You can watch lovely nature and seascapes while traveling between numerous cities and villages along the coast.

Top 10 Islands in Croatia

Croatian Food

Apart from the varied Croatian landscape, its traditional foods are also wide-ranging. The food varies from one Croatian region to another. Some of the popular dishes in the various areas are[14]Wonderful Wanderings 15 CROATIAN FOODS YOU JUST HAVE TO TRY “In Zagreb and the northeast of the country, Croatian meat stews are popular…n Slavonia, the menu is full of spicy foods and paprika is hugely…stria are proud of their Istrian ham and cheese, …dry-cured meat. Istrian olive oil…” View in Article:

  • Zagreb – Croatian meat stews
  • Slavonia – Spicy foods and paprika with fish stew
  • Croatia’s coast and areas like Istria – Istrian olive oil, Istrian ham and cheese, Croatian prosciutto, and other types of dry-cured meat.
  • Dalmatian coast – Mediterranean-style Croatian food like fresh green vegetables, garlic, herbs, seafood, gnocchi, pasta, tomato sauce, and plenty of olive oil.

Here are a few dishes you can try on your visit.

Punjena Paprika

Punjena Paprika
Croatian Bean Soup Croatian Bean Soup
North Croatian Red Cabbage StewNorth Croatian Red Cabbage Stew

Is Croatia Safe?

Yes, Croatia is a high-quality and safe tourist destination, with all the prerequisites for safe tourism.[15]Croatian National Board Forbes classifies three Croatian destinations in the top 20 safest European destinations “…confirms the international status of our country as a high quality and safe tourist destination that has all the prerequisites for safe tourism…” View in Article Also, the country is a member of large multi-national organizations like the European Union (E.U.) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), getting support and protection.[16]International Living Croatia: Sunshine and History on the Adriatic Sea “The country is also a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the European Union (EU). This means they are protected by large multi-national support structures.” View in Article

Croatia is among the top 20 safest countries in the world.[17]Expat in Croatia Is Croatia a safe country? “Croatia is 17th on the list of the safest countries in the world as of 2021, out of 163 countries evaluated.” View in Article Croatia ranked 17th in the 2021 Global Peace Index which is 105 places ahead of the United States (133).[18]Vision of Humanity Global Peace Index 2020 “Croatia = #17 ; USA- #122” View in Article

How Safe is Croatia for Tourists?

As for tourism, Croatia is a safe country. The country has a safety index of 83 on a scale of 100. Violent crimes are rare, and even the petty crime rate is low.[19]Travel Safe Abroad How Safe Is Croatia for Travel? “Croatia : Safety by City; Index-83…Croatia is a safe country to travel to..Crime rates are low and even petty crime is not a serious issue here.” View in Article But you should follow the basics of staying safe at any destination. Here are some tips for keeping yourself safe:[20]Smart Travel How Safe Is Croatia? Warnings and Dangers Travelers Need to Know “Demining efforts are underway in the affected areas—including Eastern Slavonia, Brodsko-Posavska County… If you’re looking for Croatia’s safest places to visit… Dakovo, Pozega, Samobor, and Krizevci. Split..Medvednica… Places to avoid… Zagreb’s strip clubs are not safe for travelers…” View in Article

Places to avoid in Croatia: Zagreb’s strip clubs, Ribnjak Park, and King Tomislav Square

Safe places in Croatia: Split and Dubrovnik are safe destinations. The other safe places include Zagreb’s Upper Town (Gornji Grad, lower town (Donji Grad), Medvednica, Medvedgrad, Dalmatian town of Sinj, near Split, towns of Dakovo, Pozega, Samobor, and Krizevci.

Landmine danger areas: Unexploded landmines are present in Eastern Slavonia, Brodsko-Posavska County, Karlovac County, Zadar County, and remote regions of Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Croatian Mine Action Centre’s website can help you with the map of affected areas.

Important Phone Numbers

The country code for Croatia is +385, so when you want to call a Croatian number from your own Croatian number, add a “0” to remove the “+385.”

ServicesNumber
International calling number for Croatia+385
All emergencies / National Protection & Rescue(+385) 112
Ambulance:(+385) 194
Police(+385) 192
Rescue at sea(+385) 195
Roadside assistance (+385) 1987
General information:(+385) 18981
Weather forecast and road conditions060 520 520
Croatian Tourist Board www.croatia.hr

FAQs

How much do full mouth dental implants cost in Croatia?

The price of dental implants in Croatia ranges between 1,050 USD and 9,300 USD depending on the type of implant:

  • All-on-4: $6,400
  • All-on-6: $7,750
  • All-on-8: $9,300

How much can I save on dental treatments in Croatia compared to the UK or Eire?

In Croatia, dental work packages are almost 70% cheaper than those in the UK and 55% less than those in Ireland.

How can I pay for my dental care in Croatia?

You can pay through US dollars, Canadian dollars, GBP, EUR, Bitcoin, Ethereum, and credit/debit cards.

Why are dentist prices in Croatia lower than those in European Union Countries?

Croatia has lower dental prices because of lower costs of staff education and training, operating a dental clinic, and real estate.[21]hrcak Dental Tourism and Business Risks: the Example of the Republic of Croatia “…Lower costs of education and training of staff, opening an office and real estate are just some of the reasons why dental prices are lower in Croatia than in European Union countries…” View in Article

Are dentists in Croatia good?

Yes, Croatian dentists are competent to offer high-level dental care. Croatian dentistry also has an excellent reputation. The medical schools teach internationally accredited study programs. The dentists who graduated from these schools become top specialists through further training and education.[22]SOURCE DENTAL TOURISM – AN OPPORTUNITY FOR CROATIAN TOURISM “…medical staff in Croatia has been recognized as one of the most respective in Europe. Croatian medical schools have traditionally had a good reputation and internationally accredited study programs as those graduated from these schools become top specialists… “ View in Article

Moreover, medical staff in Croatia are well recognized in Europe due to their long medical, scientific research, and education history.

Is the quality of dental care in Croatia comparable to back home?

Yes, the quality of dental care in Croatia is comparable to any Western country. Moreover, the Croatian clinics and dentists are considered one of the best in Europe.[23]Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems – scientific journal Dental tourism and business risks: The example of the Republic of Croatia “It should be noted that Croatian dentists and clinics in recent years are highly ranked in Europe, when it comes to quality, and are ranked among the best in Central and Eastern Europe…” View in Article

Does the dentist in Croatia speak English?

Yes, our Croatian partner clinics have English-speaking dentists and staff. The dentists have over 17 years of experience treating international patients.

When is the best time to visit Croatia for dental work?

Croatia has a Mediterranean climate with dry, warm summers and mild, wet winters. The best month to visit Croatia is May-June or September-October. You can enjoy the warm sunny weather without a significant tourist crowd.

Do I need a passport to get cosmetic dentistry in Croatia?

Citizens of European countries do need a passport to visit Croatia. They can use their national cards as proof. Other country nationals will need a passport with a minimum of 3 months validity. Check here to know about visa requirements to Croatia.

Dental tourism in Croatia can return your lost smile while enjoying the beauty of the best coast in Europe. With all of the dental treatment possibilities, you are certainly in excellent hands. To know more, contact us for free guidance.

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