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Dental Work in New Delhi, India

New Delhi is the largest city,[1]Walk ThroughIndia Top 15 Largest Cities in India by Area “Delhi NCR (1484 km2) – Delhi: National Capital Region of Delhi is largest city of India by area including regions of three neighboring states. “ {tooltip}[10]{end-texte}NISTADS Medical TourisM as a driver of india’s econoMy: Status, Opportunities and Challenges “The number of medical tourists is found to be about 13000 and foreign tourists about 500 in 200 of medical centres in dental domain in Delhi NCR from the survey for one month…”View in Articleas well as the capital of India. The dental work in Delhi is a booming industry, and international tourists are enjoying dental tourism here.

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In most high-income countries, dental treatment costs amount to 5% of total health expenses and 20% of out-of-pocket health expenses.[2]WHO Oral health ” Dental treatment is costly, averaging 5% of total health expenditure and 20% of out-of-pocket health expenditure in most high-income countries…” View in Article

Among the Southeast Asian countries, India has become a hotspot in recent years for dental tourism.

Cost of Dental Work in Delhi

Many patients from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa get dental implants from India, with 60-70% cost saving.

Cost Comparison (USD)
USA UK Australia New Delhi
Full Mouth Restorations
$50,000 $38,000 $35,000 $5,000
Dental Implants
$4,500 $1,500 $2,600 $300 – $950
All on 4/6/8 implants
$21,000 $23,000 $20,000 $3,500 – $8,500
Same-Day Implant
$4,500 $2,500 $1,600 $300 – $950
Denture
$6,000 $2,200 $2,200 $215 – $400
Root Canal Treatment
$1,500 $1,200 $650 $50 – $170
Veneer
$1,100 $420 $1,040 $120 – $290
*Prices are from online resources
**Prices are subject to change, please contact for an exact quote.

Delhi ranks 11th in the list of world’s top 100 destinations for 2019. [3]Times Travel Hong Kong tops the list of the most visited city of 2019, Delhi and Mumbai in top 20 “…New Delhi and Mumbai in India have made it to the list. While Delhi with 12,645,300 arrivals (2018) / 15,196,500 arrivals (2019) is on number 11” View in Article

Dental Clinics in New Delhi

Dent Ally, New Delhi

Best dentists in New Delhi

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Why Choose New Delhi for Dental Works?

Quality Dental Care

Clinics with trained dental experts, latest dental technology and world-class facilities are available within New Delhi and the neighboring cities.[4]Research & Reviews: Journal of Dental Sciences Dental Tourism-A Boon to Indian Practitioners “The key hubs for dental tourism in India include cities like Mumbai, Delhi,…latest dental technology and world-class facilities…” View in Article

Flexible Appointment with Less Waiting Time

International patients get 100% flexible appointments. You just need to share your travel plans well in advance.

Easy Communication

India has the second-highest number of English speakers in the world.[5]BBC English or Hinglish – which will India choose? “India now claims to be the world’s second-largest English-speaking country. The most reliable estimate is around 10% of its population or 125 million people…” View in Article Indian doctors and paramedics have International exposure. They speak and understand English, which makes communication very easy.

Multiple payment options

We accept cash, VISA, Master Card, Amex, and all international cards. We also accept foreign currency.

Free Airport Pick-up

You will be picked up from the airport and dropped off to your respective hotels. To avail of this service, we require your flight confirmation and hotel details in advance.

Food and Accommodation

The clinic offers special rates for a bed and breakfast in Prakash Kutir, which is approved by the Ministry of Tourism. We can also help in finding other staying options by recommending some hotels.

Economical good quality luxury hotels & service apartments and Airbnbs are available in abundance in Delhi NCR. A wide range of international food chains and brands are also available like McDonald’s, Dominos, Subway, Wendy’s, Starbucks, TacoBell, and KFC, etc
The accommodation cost is relatively lesser in Delhi NCR as compared to other metros of the country.[6]The ZOLO Blog What is the Cost of Living in Delhi “Finding accommodation in Delhi is comparatively easier and cheaper than in other big cities. Delhi provides you with a lot of options right from budget to luxury. Depending on your budget you can choose a comfortable home for yourself…” View in Article

Gateway to Travel Destinations

Delhi city is suitable for all types of tourists, irrespective of age and interests. It is the home to three World Heritage Sites and is just 180 km away from the World Wonder- Taj Mahal.

A major advantage of New Delhi as a destination is its easy accessibility and connectivity to important locations across North India.[7]EuroMonitor International City Travel Briefing: Delhi “A major advantage of Delhi as a destination is its quick and easy accessibility and connectivity to important locations across North India. The government is also focusing…” View in ArticleDelhi acts as an entry point to visit numerous travel destinations in India. Delhi accounts for 45 percent of international tourist traffic.[8]Entrepreneur India Delhi To Join The List Of Top 10 Most Popular Cities In The World Among Tourists “85 per cent of international traffic comes from two airports – Delhi and Mumbai. Delhi alone accounts for 45 per cent of international tourist traffic,” claims Khatri. He believes India has a rich cultural heritage…” View in Article

Well-connected Transport

Delhi Metro is the most economical metro system in the country, cloverleaf flyovers and world’s largest public transport network operating on CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) fuel.[9]Jones Lang LaSalle IP, Inc. Delhi NTR (National Tourism Region) “In between all these events, Delhi excelled in infrastructure growth with a great Airport, an intensive Metro train network, clover leaf flyovers and world’s largest public transport network operating on CNG fuel…” View in Article

Indian Metro

Indian Hospitality

With the motto: Sanskrit saying ‘Atithi Devo Bhava” which means “Guests are equivalent to God”, India offers the best hospitality and patient care than any other dental tourism destinations.

The National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies (NISTADS) survey reports that there are about 500 dental tourists in 200 of medical centers in Delhi NCR for one month.[10]NISTADS Medical TourisM as a driver of india’s econoMy: Status, Opportunities and Challenges “The number of medical tourists is found to be about 13000 and foreign tourists about 500 in 200 of medical centres in dental domain in Delhi NCR from the survey for one month…” View in Article

Delhi-NCR Tourism Stats

Dental Training in India

Governing Bodies

The Dental Council of India is constituted under the Dentists Act, 1948. It regulates the Dental Education and the profession of dentistry throughout India.

Dental Council of India

Education

Dental education in India is through a 5-year BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) course. It includes four years of study and one year of internship.

Post-Graduation

  • Master of Dental Surgery (MDS) is a 3-year course with specialisation in one or more of the following specialties – Orthodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Conservative and Endodontics, Periodontics, Prosthodontics, Paediatric Dentistry, Oral Pathology, Oral medicine and Radiology, Community Dentistry.
  • Short or long postgraduate courses in Dental Implantology and Aesthetic Dentistry are also available.
  • Two-year certificate courses are offered in Dental Mechanics and Dental Hygiene

What are the things to consider when choosing a clinic for dental tourism?

Dental Experience

Get to know your dentist’s qualifications and experience before undergoing a dental procedure. This can be done by online research or word of mouth.

Facilities and Clinical Equipment

Take a closer look at their installations and equipment. Check whether the clinic has an in-house dental lab. In-house labs fasten the prosthesis turnover and maintain higher quality standards.

Sterilisation Technique

Ensure your procedure is done in a sterile environment. Try calling the dental clinic or check out their website.

Communication

Language should not be a problem to understand your treatment. Choose a dental clinic where you should be well informed about the procedure and the surgeon should be able to answer all your queries.

Discuss Procedures and Options

Discuss all procedures and the total cost of treatment at different stages. Details about the procedure and the materials used (e.g., model type, model size, brand) should be noted down as a precautionary measure if your local dentist needs to provide care in case of an emergency.

Post-operative Care

Post-operative care is of major significance in dental tourism. Check for your duration of stay, number of postoperative follow-ups, etc. Understand precautions to follow and anticipated complications after getting back to the home country.

Testimonials or Reviews

Always trust the word of mouth. Check with people who have already tried dentistry abroad. Look for patient testimonials and reviews, patient stories or videos on the clinic website.

Dental Clinic in Delhi

Dentavacation partner dental clinic is an Award-Winning Multi-Speciality dental clinic located in South Delhi, India. The clinic is known for providing holistic personalized dental care through its Internationally trained dentists’ team, world-class dental equipment and technology, and patient-focused treatment plans.

Our partner dentist, Dr. Shashi Bhushan is the principal dentist at Dent Ally. He is:

  • The Maxillofacial Prosthodontist and Implantologist, Aesthetic Dental Surgeon.
  • Only IOAMT and SMART Certified Biological Dentist in Delhi, NCR.
  • Internationally trained implant specialist and a non-invasive surgeries specialist

Key Treatments
Dental Implants, Full Mouth Rehabilitation, and Smile Designing

Certifications of Dental Clinic in New Delhi

  • Recipient of “The Best Dental Clinic in Delhi” award at India’s Most Trusted Healthcare Awards, 2018.
  • Only dental Clinic in National capital practicing Holistic Dentistry and SMART Certified IOAMT Dentist.
  • Awarded the Sterilization Monitoring Certificate by the University of Louisville

State-of the art facility

  • The clinic uses the most modern dental equipment like CAD (computer-aided design), CAM (computer-aided manufacturing), and OPG (Orthopantomogram).
  • The clinic also has state-of-the art sterilisation facility
  • It also houses a dental laboratory

How to Reach New Delhi, India?

Indira Gandhi International Airport (IATA: DEL) is the International airport of New Delhi, India. The terminal 3 operates all International flights. The bottom floor is dedicated to arrivals and the top floor for departures.

Flight Details to New Delhi, India

City Duration Distance No. of Stops
New York (JFK) 14 hrs 11760 Km Non stop
Melbourne (MEL) 12 hrs 25 min 10200 Km Non stop
Auckland (AKL) 17 hrs 20 min 12500 Km 1 (via Sydney)
Venezuela (CCS) 21 hrs 40 mins 14200 Km 1(via Frankfurt)
London (YXU) 20 hrs 40 mins 11760 Km 1(via Toronto Pearson)
Toronto (YYZ) 13 hrs 50 mins 11640 Km Non stop
Nairobi (NBO) 7 hrs 30 mins 5420 Km Non stop
Abuja (ABV) 11 hrs 20 mins 7560 Km Non stop

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Best Time to Visit Delhi for Dental Works

The best time to visit Delhi is between October and March due to cool weather. But few weeks in late November to January should be avoided due to heavy smog cover. February and March have great weather and relatively clean air to roam around.

Delhi has an extreme climate – very hot summer (April – July) and cold winter (December – January).

  • Summer – 25°C to 45°C
  • Monsoon – 30°C to 35°C
  • Winter – 05°C to 25°C

Visa Requirements for India

Tourist Visa

  • You do not need a medical visa to enter India for dental tourism
  • Your passport should be valid for 180 days or 6 months and make sure there are at least two blank pages in the passport book.
  • The period of stay for each visit is maximum up to 6 months from the date of entry.
  • e-tourist visa can be applied online and are issued within a few hours
Validity of tourist Visa commences from the date of visa issuance and NOT from date of entry into India.

Foreigner Registration in Delhi

The Foreigner’s Registration Office Delhi is located at East Block —VIII, Level -2 Sector -1, R.K Puram New Delhi-110066

List of Foreign Embassies in New Delhi[10]Delhi tourism gov.in
Foreign Embassies – High Commission in Delhi
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Country Embassy location Email ID Phone
USA American Embassy, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110021 acsnd@state.gov;ndboxmea@state.gov (011)-24198000
Canada 7/8 Shantipath, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 110021 delhi@international.gc.ca (011)- 51782000
Australia 1/50 G, Shantipath, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 110021 austhighcom.newdelhi@dfat.gov.au (011)- 41399900/ 011- 41494490
New Zealand Sri Edmund Hillary Marg, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110021 nzhc@ndf.vsnl.net.in (011)-26883170 / (011)-26876260
Venezuela E‐106, Malcha Marg, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110021 embavene@del2.vsnl.net.in (011)- 41680218, (011)- 41680219, (011)-26886913
Kenya 34, Paschimi Marg, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi 110057 info@kenyamission‐delhi.com (011)- 26146537/38
Nairobi (NBO) Plot No. EP 4, Chandragupta Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 110021 nhcnder@vsnl.com (011)-24122142 / (011)- 24122143 / (011)-24122144

Safety in New Delhi

  • Avoid going out alone at night

It is always better to take someone with you when you go out. Females should avoid isolated places and roaming out alone late at night.

  • Carry a power bank

Make sure your phone does not run out of battery. It is an important part of staying safe.

  • Keep emergency phone numbers handy

Always keep the contact details of local police, helplines for women, medical emergencies, and the numbers of public transport helplines.

  • Air Pollution in New Delhi

Delhi has a hazardous level of pollution. You can get real-time air quality information from the World Air Quality Index team.

Precautions

  • Protect yourself from the harmful air by wearing masks, preferably N95 / N99 air mask
  • While touring, make sure to wash your face, mouth and nasal tract every three hours.
  • Carry Glucon D and ORS (Oral Rehydration Solution) to avoid unwanted lethargy and headaches.
  • Keep yourself hydrated by drinking lots of fluids

Watch what you eat and drink

  • Use only bottled drinking water.
  • Don’t eat raw meat or any kind of raw food.
  • Avoid uncooked cheese or unpasteurised dairy products.
  • Pasteurized milk in the store from brands like Amul or Nestle are safe. If you buy raw milk, ensure that it boils for 30 minutes at 63 °C (145 °F).

Emergency numbers

Emergency helpline number for immediate assistance 112 (Includes police, fire fighters, ambulance services)
24 Hour ambulance in Delhi NCR 102
For Traffic Related Emergency 1095 or 011-25844444
Women & Child Helpline No. 1091 or 1098

Useful Phone Apps in Delhi, NCR

  • Ride sharing app: Uber, Ola Lyft and Gett
  • Washing and dry-cleaning services: UClean and Pickmylaundry
  • Food delivery, restaurants, bar listing: Zomato and Swiggy
  • Booking for hotels, flights, map view of hotels: Makemytrip Tap Tap app
  • Movies, plays, sports events etc Tickets: Book my show

Common Hindi Words

Few common words in native language that can help you during travel

  • Hello – Namaste or Pranaam
  • Morning – Subhah
  • Please – Kripya
  • Night – Raat
  • Thank you – Dhanyavad or shukriya
  • Yes, Yeah – Haan
  • Sorry or Excuse me – Maaf kijiye
  • No – Nahin, Na
  • What is your name – Aap ka naam kya hai
  • Good – Accha
  • What’s this – Ye kya hai
  • Tomorrow, Yesterday – Kal
  • Can you help me – Kya aap meri madaad karenge
  • Today – Aaj
  • Let’s go! : Chalo !
  • People – Log
  • You (for elders) – Aap
  • Time – Samay
  • You (for youngsters) – Tum
  • Okay/good/whatever – Thik hai
  • Us – Hum
  • Stop – Ruko
  • Temple – Mandir
  • Money – Paisa
  • Mosque – Masjid
  • Water – Paani
  • Food – Khana
  • Tea – Chaai

Places to See in and near Delhi

Delhi is located on the banks of the Yamuna river and is surrounded by the states of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. It has several historical monuments, offering tourists with a one-of-its-kind experience.

India Gate

The temple is located in New Delhi and is 15 km from Delhi International airport. It is a magnificent stone arch built as a memorial to Indian soldiers killed in the first world war. India Gate looks stunning in the evening lights.

India Gate- Tourism in New Delhi

Qutb Minar and its Monuments – World Heritage Site (16)

Qutb Minar is located in South Delhi and is 11 km from Delhi International airport. It is the tallest brick tower in the world, which measures 73 metres (240 ft) and has 379 steps. The surrounding archaeological area contains funerary buildings and two mosques. Quwwatut -ul-Islam is the oldest mosque in Northern India.

Qutub Minar- Tourism in New Delhi

The Lotus Temple

The temple is located in Delhi NCR and is 17 km from Delhi International airport. Lotus temple is one of the prime tourist attractions. It is shaped in the form of a spectacular lotus with white petals. It is the last of seven Major Bahai’s temples constructed around the world.

Lotus Temple- Tourism and Dental Work in New Delhi

Lotus Temple, New Delhi

Taj Mahal – World Heritage Site (20)

The Taj Mahal is situated in Agra which is 230 km from Delhi.  It is considered one of the most beautiful buildings ever constructed. (21) Today, it is considered as one of the 7 wonders of the World.

Taj Mahal- Tourism and Dental Work in New Delhi

Taj Mahal, Agra

FAQs

What are the few safety tips for solo woman travellers in Delhi?

  • Do not venture out alone on the roads

Get to know the city’s structure using a map. Avoid walking around in lonely, deserted places, even during daylight hours. Reach your final destination by midnight, unless you are going to a party with people you know.

  • Note down emergency phone numbers

Keep the local police telephone number handy. Also have the numbers of women helplines, medical emergencies, and public transport helplines.

  • Travel and transportation safety

To get around the city, take vehicles arranged through your hotel rather than hailing them on the street. The Metro is the safest and most reliable public transport to use. But avoid the metro post at 9 pm. There are taxi services with women drivers.

  • Wear appropriate clothing

Female travellers can reduce some of the unwanted attention by dressing conservatively. Areas in the North, East or West, and the old part of the city are the more conservative parts of Delhi.

  • Petty theft and scams

Being the capital city, the roads and most of the public places have CCTV cameras. Keep your valuables nearby in busy places. Beware of touts, fake tourist offices, and pickpockets.

  • Do not trust strangers, even youngsters

A lot of people use juveniles to commit crimes as they look less threatening. Also, the penalties are less severe in case they get caught.

  • Be confident, not polite!

Don’t bother with politeness. Ignore beggars and the overly-intrusive people. Trust your instincts. Walk away, if you feel that someone is a potential threat. As social shaming plays a big role in Indian society, call out for help when in trouble.

  • What are the best places to visit near Delhi airport?

Qutub Minar, Delhi Haat, Red Fort, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib and Akshardham Temple are few famous places to visit near Delhi airport.

  • What are the best shopping places in Delhi?

Delhi has the best markets in India, selling a huge collection of items including handicrafts from all over the country. From apparel and accessories to paintings and spices, these best street shopping places in Delhi help you get just what you are looking for.

  • What are the best and convenient places to stay in Delhi for tourists?

Connaught Place, Chandni Chowk, Karol Bagh, Paharganj, Defence Colony, Mehrauli, Dwarka etc.

  • Do I need vaccines for India?

Yes, some vaccinations like hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, cholera, yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis, rabies, polio and tetanus are recommended for India by The National Travel Health Network and Centre and WHO.

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