Dental Work in Rajkot is well known among the Gujarati Non Resident Indian (NRI) population in the US, Canada, UK and Australia.
Rajkot dentist provides the combination of quality dental work along with enjoying the vibrant culture of Gujarat.
Dental work in Rajkot is comparatively cheaper than U.S.A by approximately 80%.
|All on Four implants (Adin, Israel)||$3,500||$24,000||$13,650-25,000|
|Implant (Single Tooth)||$840||$4,000||$2,100-7,000|
|Crown (Same day)||$300||$1,500||$990-1300|
|Root Canal Treatment||$110||$2,000||$280-780|
|Teeth Whitening (Zoom)||$140||$900||$570|
*Prices are subject to change
Rajkot has won the Safe City Award.Times of India
Eye-way project helps Rajkot get ‘safe city’ award
“Rajkot has won the ‘Safe City Award 2018’ for implementation of the eye-way project that involves developing a network of….”
View in Article This project, implemented under the Smart City Mission, has won the national recognition for keeping the city safe and providing integrated service.
Here are a few pointers to keep in mind, while travelling for dental work to Rajkot:
Dentavacation chosen clinics follow 4 step sterilization process:
Monitoring sterilization: “Weekly spore tests are the hallmark of sterilization.” Spore system like 3M ESPE is used to monitor sterilization. This comes with a 20-year product history and ensures that the sterilization controls and standards are above the required standards.
Training in dentistry in India is through a 5-year BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) course, which consists of :
Postgraduate degree/ Master of Dental Surgery (MDS) which is a 3-year course. In this, there is practical teaching of one specialization.
Fellowship Programs: Doctors often do Fellowships in various fields, to have advanced knowledge.
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Our partner dental clinic, City Dental Hospital, is also famous by name of Rajkot Dentist. It consists of 15 state-of-the-art dental chairs, a comfortable waiting area for patients and their travel companions. There is an on-site dental laboratory, 3D advanced dental imaging room, and a dental sterilization area.
There is an international airport coming up in Rajkot.(IATA:RAJ)
There are flights from USA, Canada, UK, Australia, and the rest of the world to Delhi and Mumbai.
You can take a connecting flight to Rajkot from Delhi.
Tourist visa: You can visit India as a tourist for a maximum of 180 days. Passport holders of some countries can stay up to only 90 days. Note the count of days visa is valid for starts at the issue date, not your entry into the country. (E-visas start at the date of entry, though.)
Make sure your passport should be valid for 180 days or 6 months. Make sure there are at least two blank pages in the passport book. It will take around three days to approve your visa or longer, depending on the circumstances. Each visa is approved individually.
If you are going to travel with your family, then the individual visas might not be approved on the same day. You can apply for a visa by visiting indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa. Click on “Regular Visa Application” to apply for your visa.
Emergency number: 112 Police: 100 Fire Fighters : 101
For Crime Related Emergency 1090
For Traffic Related Emergency: 1800-11-6062
Women Helpline No. 181
Blood Bank: 1910
Khambhalida Caves, also known as Rajkot Caves, are a set of three Buddhist caves. They are located near the Gondal town in the Rajkot district of Gujarat.
The Kaba Gandhi no Delo is the house where Mahatma Gandhi lived for the duration when his father was the Diwan of Rajkot. The place is now a museum with preserved artefacts and a pictorial tour which depicts the life of Gandhi.
Ranjit Vilas Palace, was built by Maharaja of Wankaner H.H. Amarsinhji. It covers an area of 225 acres.
Ishwariya Park, the 77 acres park has a vast lake where boating can be enjoyed. The large, spacious park has a very tranquil environment where one can relax in the evening.
The Lalpari Lake located at the outskirts of Rajkot is a delightful place where one can spend an afternoon lounging. The lake has a captivating landscape.
One of the largest and oldest museums in Gujarat, the Watson Museum is located in the Jubilee Garden area of Rajkot, Gujarat. The museum contains many artefacts and belongings of the Jadeja Rajput dynasty, who were also the founder of the princely state of Rajkot.
Rotary Dolls Museum exhibits an array of dolls from all around the world. Each doll in the museum unique as they tell tales of different traditions and cultures around the world.
Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu
All four areas were part of Portuguese India and came under Indian administration in the mid 20th century. Apart from the scenic beauty, it is a great place to see the Portuguese architecture.
The Gujarati food has garnered much fame not only outside the Gujarat but also beyond the national boundary.
October to December & January to March is ideal to visit Rajkot. The month of March marks the beginning of the summer season. Weather remains hot and humid during the summer season.
1. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it’s a must for travelers to get routine vaccines and vaccines for measles, hepatitis A, and typhoid.
2. Cover yourself and dress conservatively. You will draw a lot of unwanted attention if you don’t dress conservatively. It is also disrespectful to go to temples if you are wearing too much-revealing clothes.
3. It can be difficult to get a local SIM card in India. You can get an international SIM card. You can click on this link https://travelsim.com/country/india/ to get a SIM card. TravelSim offers cheap data plans and the opportunity to top-up your sim card during your trip.
4. Generally, vendors quote a high price for their products and expect you to haggle and buy it at a lower price. However, if you are not careful, you can end up paying more money than the reasonable price.
5. Whenever you are in a public area, watch out for any pickpockets. Do not carry too much cash in public.
6. Carry a hand sanitizer and toilet paper. It may not be available in public bathrooms.
7. You will notice that the sidewalks in India are badly maintained or are not there. Cars do not stop at zebra crossings. So be careful while walking on the road.
8. Do not get upset about people invading your personal space. You might get squished in public transport or lifts. People might ask personal questions, which are merely indicative of the locals’ polite interest in you.
9. There will be bustling of streets all day so you can carry your earphones if you are not used to so much noise.
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