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Dental Work in Romania

Is the high cost of Dental work in your home country prompting you to explore less-expensive options? Dental work in Romania offeres affordable quality service from well-trained Dental specialists.

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It has become a popular destination for dental patients from the U.S, France, Italy, Belgium, and Ireland.

Top Dental Clinics in Romania

Șoseaua Pipera Nr. 41, București 014254, Romania

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Cost of Dental Works (in USD)

You will spend about 30-40 % less by opting for Dental tourism in Romania. Here are some costs of dental works for you to compare. Many dental care providers also look after your travel and accommodation arrangements[1]Treatment abroad
Dental works Romania” Many dental care providers also look after your travel and accommodation arrangements.”
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Procedure Romania U.S.A/ Canada UK
All Four Implants $4250 $24,000 $6,387.65-$17,885.42
All-on-6 Dental Implants (+Fixed Hybrid Acrylic Bridge/ jaw) $5700 $31,000 $30,000
Implant (Single tooth) $550-1000 $4,000 $2555.06 – $3193.83
Crown (Same day) $200-350 $1,500 $ 344.04
Root Canal Treatment $130-250 $2,000 $79.33
Veneer $350 $2,000 $511.01
Zoom Whitening $250 $900 $ 383.26
Tooth Extraction $55-150 $200 $114.98-$153.30
Composite Filling $50-150 $300 $127.75

Why get Dental Work in Romania

Not only dental work costs but everything from accommodation, transportation to food is affordable in Romania. Also, Romania is known for its rich cultural heritage, history, arts, and scenic beauty.

Since treatments and procedures sometimes take several days, you could take a short break to dedicate time to fix your dental problems and enjoy a vacation in Romania. However, most clinics are also open on weekends by appointment. So, you could fly over for a long weekend without much disturbance to your regular schedule.

Languages Spoken in Romania

English, Italian, French, and German are widely spoken almost everywhere in Romania, which makes communication easier for you.

Bucharest is a bustling metropolis with business visitors and international students from different parts of the world like Australia, Italy and Spain to Israel, Greece, and Arab countries. So, communication with the locals and visitors becomes easy as they are multilingual[2]Mastersportal
Bucharest is a bustling metropolis
“Bucharest is a bustling metropolis with business visitors and international students from different parts of the world like Australia, Italy and Spain to Israel, Greece, and Arab countries”
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Transportation in Romania

Romania is well connected to the rest of Europe by busses, airplanes, and trains.
The city of Bucharest is easy to navigate. Public transport like buses, trolley buses, trams, and the Metro are available with tickets that can be bought at booths around town. The subway is very comfortable to ride and covers the entire city of Bucharest. Most of the busses and trains are equipped with air conditioning and GPS-enabled screens.

A 10 journey pass on the public transport network will cost about $5 USD. Booths are located next to bus stops, Metro stations, and multiple-journey options are available. You can also buy tickets online. You can find out more about Bucharest’s public transport at inyourpocket.com[3]Inyourpocket
Bucharest Public transport
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Top Dental Clinics In Romania

Bucharest British Dental Place, Bucharest, Romania

BBD (Bucharest British dental) is run by a team of dentists and specialists from the UK, which is dedicated to providing high standard dental services in Romania.

  • It is located in the Promenada mall, one of the best localities in the heart of Romania’s capital city. This gives you easy access to the shopping centre, entertainment, and wonderful places to dine.
  • The clinic is also open on weekends by appointment.
  • They maintain international dental standards compared with Canada, United States, Western Europe and Australia. Dental technology, equipment and materials used are imported from France, UK, Canada, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Japan and the USA.

Things To Know While in Romania

  • Currency: Even though Romania is part of the European Union, the currency is the Romanian leu (the currency code for Lei is RON). You will have to convert your Euro to Ron.
  • Affordable costs: Things are very affordable compared to Western Europe[4]TheCommonWanderer
    Affordable costs Bucharest
    “It’s very affordable when compared to its storied counterparts in western Europe.Accommodation is affordable, ranging from $25 – $250 USD depending on your budget.”
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    . Food, accommodation: whether it’s a hostel, hotel, or AirBnB, costs range from $25 – $250 USD. Attractions and entertainment are considerably cheap. Entry to the main attractions in Bucharest will barely cost $10.
  • Bucharest is safe: The place is known for no terrorism, low violent crime, and low petty crime. However, as a tourist, you must take precautions to be safe[5]Travelsafe
    Romania : Safety by City
    “Even though it is situated on the Balkan’s north, where many countries notorious for their crime rates and unfavorable political situation are located, Romania is more than safe to travel to.”
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  • Tap water: Do not drink the tap water.
  • Emergency ph no.: For general emergencies like police, fire, ambulance- this is the ph no: 112

Romanian Language Phrases

Here are a few Romanian key phrases you may want to learn.

English Romanian
Hello “Salut.” (sah-LOOT), Bună
How are you? “Ce mai faci?” (chey my FAHTCH)
Thank you “Mulţumesc” (mool-tzoo-MESK). “Merci” can also be used instead.
Nice to meet you “Încântat” (oohn-koohn-taht) or “Îmi pare bine” (OOHM pah-reh BEE-neh)
Please Vă rog” (vuh ROHG)
Ticket “Bilet” (Be let)

Dental Tourism In Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest is a vibrant cosmopolitan city, also known as “The Little Paris” of the East. It is known for the beautiful tree-lined boulevards, magnificent 20th-century architecture, beautiful parks, monasteries, structures from the communist era and also for its reputation for high life.

Dental tourism to Romania allows you to explore and enjoy a wide range of fun activities from mountain treks, seaside trips to visiting historical sites. You can also tour the medieval fortresses, the Dracula’s Castle in Transylvania or the Merry Cemetery in Sapanta according to your tastes and preferences.

Watch this fun video to get a glimpse and feel of Bucharest :

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Here are some interesting must-see tourist places in Romania:

The Palace of Parliament

This magnificent building was constructed to represent socialism, communism and totalitarianism but now, after years from the Revolution in 1989, it stands as a symbol of democracy. It houses the public offices: Chamber of Deputies, the Senate, the Legislative Council, the Constitutional Court of Romania.
The building is divided into –

  • Area of the main halls, galleries and cabinets
  • Office area
  • Belvedere- with three rooms on each floor.

National Museum of Romanian History

The National Museum of Romanian History has 60 rooms with displays of the country’s most fascinating historical exhibits dating from prehistoric to modern times.

Thousands of stunning gold items, emerald pieces made for the queen and king, and Neolithic artifacts including jewelry dating back to the time of the Geto-Dacians, are in this Romanian Treasury.

Bucharest Parks

Some of Bucharest’s most beautiful scenic parks that are open year-round are:

  • Cismigiu Gardens: This is the oldest city park, where you can rent rowboats. The park is also known for its ice rink in winter.
  • King Michael I Park: Spread over 400 acres, it is home to the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum, sports club, an old-fashioned amusement park, and an open-air theater. Boat rentals are available all summer.
  • Carol Park:Carol Park is considered to be one of the most beautiful parks in Bucharest. Romania’s Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is located here. There is also a Roman-era styled open-air theater called Arenele Romane, which is popular for summer concerts.
  • Bucharest Botanical Garden: It is spread across 17 hectares and boasts more than 10,000 different species of plants. It houses several greenhouses, a museum, and plenty of beautiful flower beds.
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