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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 offers affordable quality service from well-trained dental specialists.[1]Romania Insider Romania, an emerging destination for dental tourism… “…in Italy, patients can spend EUR 40,000 for complicated dental work, and the same work, using the same tools and with equally well-trained specialists, costs up to EUR 11,000 in Romania.” View in Article

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Bucharest, the capital city of Romania, is widely known as “Little Paris of the East”. Many factors justify this title. One being that Romania has most French learners in a non-french-speaking country.[2]World Atlas Foreign Languages Of Romania “…the French language, which is spoken by 24% of the population… Romania is noted as having the largest number of French learners in a non-French speaking country.” View in Article

This European city is famous for its mountains, hiking trails, and castles. There’s a lot that you can do in between your dental appointments. If the tales of Transylvania fascinate you, get ready to explore Romania.

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Cost of Dental Work in Romania

Getting dental care in Romania can help you save more than half the costs back home. To compare how much dental work in Romania costs compared to the US or Canada, see the cost table below:

Dental Work Avg. Cost Comparison (USD)
Procedure Romania U.S.A/ Canada UK
All Four Implants $4,250 $24,000 $14,000
All-on-6 Dental Implants (+Fixed Hybrid Acrylic Bridge/ jaw) $5,700 $31,000 $30,000
Implant (Single tooth) $1,000 $4,000  $3,200
Crown (Same day) $200 $1,500 $400
Root Canal Treatment $130 $2,000 $600
Veneer $350 $2,000 $510
Zoom Whitening $250 $900 $ 385
Tooth Extraction $55 $200 $130
Composite Filling $50 $300 $130

As seen in the table, Americans will spend about 50-80% less by opting for Dental tourism in Romania. All on 4 Implants alone, help you save up to 70% over the cost in the UK!

Why get Dental Work in Romania

Affordability | Tourism | Flexible Appointments

Not only dental work costs but everything from accommodation, transportation to food is affordable in Romania. It is often listed when talking about the cheapest countries in eastern Europe.[3]Expatistan Cost of living in Romania “Romania is the 3rd cheapest country in Eastern Europe. Cost of living in Romania is cheaper than in 80% of countries in the World “ View in Article

Romania is known for its rich cultural heritage, history, arts, and scenic beauty.[4]Romania Insider Discover Romania > Culture & History? “Romania has a rich history, beautiful nature and talented people, some of whom have made its name famous worldwide.” View in Article Since treatments and procedures sometimes take several days, you could take a short break 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.

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.

The Bucharest British Dental Place | Dental work in Romania

Some highlights of the clinic are:

  • Google Reviews: BBD 5.0 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐/ 43 Reviews
  • State-of-the-art Clinic: The technology is up to date, to aid advanced dentistry. Smile Design – 3D Diagnostics, CEREC restorations, CAD/CAM being some of these.
  • Location: Inside the Promenada mall, one of the best localities in the heart of Romania’s capital city. It gives you easy access to the shopping center, entertainment, and wonderful places to dine.
  • Appointments: Flexible appointments with no-waiting-time are available. Moreover, the clinic is also open on weekends by appointment.

Dental Tourism In Romania

Bucharest is a vibrant cosmopolitan city, also known as “Little Paris” of the East. 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.

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

  • Transylvania Castle: Bran’s castle is famously known as Dracula’s Castle. Built on a hill (Carpathian-Mountain-Chain) in Transylvania, it links to the famous Dracula legend.[5]National Geographic Inside the Fortress Known as ‘Dracula’s Castle’ “So how did it come to be known as Dracula’s? …castle at Bran, which guarded the one mountain pass running between Transylvania and Walachia, looked sufficiently Gothic.” View in Article
Dracula's Castle | Dental Tourism in Romania
  • Peleș Castle: Located 80 miles south of Bucharest, Peleș Castle served as a summer house to King Carol I. It is known to be the first castle in Europe to have electricity.[6]Romania Tourism PELES CASTLE “Commissioned by King Carol I in 1873 and completed in 1883, the castle served as the summer residence of the royal family until 1947. Peles Castle was the first European castle to have electricity.” View in Article
Peles Castle | Dental Tourism in Romania
  • Iulia Castle: The castle is a tribute to an intellectual girl, by her father, Bogdan-Petriceicu Hasdeu. Iulia Hasdeu was the only child of this intellectual Romanian. She died due to tuberculosis just a month before turning 19.[7]Atlas Obscura Iulia Hasdeu Castle ” …After her passing, her devastated father built an altar for Iulia… Many of Iulia’s personal belongings, some original seance transcripts, pictures taken during the seances, and other items related to the family’s history are on display.” View in Article
Iulia Castle | Dental Tourism in Romania
  • Mountains: Go Hiking and explore the wilderness in the Carpathian-Mountain-Chain of Romania. These are an East-word continuation of the Alps. Covering about 80,000 sq. miles, it is home to Europe’s 65%(approx) primeval forests.[8]SOURCE Why go Hiking in Romania “The Carpathian mountains are the last true wilderness of Europe. They are home to approximately 65% of Europe’s remaining primeval forests: the habitat of a sizeable population of brown bears as well as wolves and lynx.” View in Article

Mountains | Dental Tourism in Romania

  • Parks: From National parks to universal resting parks, Romania has it all. With a total of 14 national parks, the Romanian govt happily invites tourists to explore them. While National parks offer a wide diversity of flora and fauna, local parks are aesthetically appealing![9]World Atlas Exploring The Fourteen Spectacular National Parks Of Romania “A bout 5.18% of Romania’s land is protected, an area covering 4772.2 square miles consisting of 14 National parks. “ View in Article

Nicolae Romanescu Park | Dental Tourism in Romania

  • Danube Delta: It is Europe’s largest wetland. This biosphere reserve is a UNESCO world heritage site. With over 300 species of birds, it may help to bring out the bird watcher inside you.[10]UNESCO World heritage List > Danube Delta “The waters of the Danube, which flow into the Black Sea, form the largest and best preserved of Europe’s deltas. The Danube delta hosts over 300 species of birds as well as 45 freshwater fish species in its numerous lakes and marshes.” View in Article
Danube Delta | Dental Tourism in Romania
  • St. George’s Church, Romania: Located in Bucharest, Romania; Significance: Wallachian prince Constantin Brâncoveanu was buried here.[11]SOURCE New St George’s Church “The New St George’s Church dates from 1699 and is significant primarily as the burial place of Wallachian prince Constantin Brâncoveanu (r 1688–1714). Brâncoveanu was captured by the Turks in 1714 after refusing to take part in the Russo-Turkish War (1711). He and his four sons were taken to Istanbul and beheaded.” View in Article
St. George's Church | Dental Tourism in Romania
  • Wooden Church Romania: UNESCO world heritage site; Significance: Architectural evolution through different periods in Romania.[12]UNESCO World Heritage List “These eight churches are outstanding examples of a range of architectural solutions from different periods and areas. They show the variety of designs and craftsmanship adopted in these narrow, high, timber constructions…” View in Article
Wodden Church | Dental Tourism in Romania
  • Orthodox Church Bucharest: Located in Bucharest, Romania; Significance: Largest autocephalous, Eastern church in the Balkan Peninsula.[13]Britannica Romanian Orthodox Church “Romanian Orthodox Church, the largest autocephalous, or ecclesiastically independent, Eastern Orthodox church in the Balkans today. It is the church to which the majority of Romanians belong, and in the late 20th century it had a membership of more than 16 million.” View in Article
Romanian Orthodox Church | Dental Tourism in Romania
  • The Palace of Parliament: This magnificent building was constructed to represent socialism, communism, and totalitarianism. After years from the Revolution in 1989, it now stands as a symbol of democracy. It is the world’s 2nd largest administrative building.[14]The Lonely Planet Palace of Parliament “The Palace of Parliament is the world’s second-largest administrative building (after the Pentagon) and former dictator Nicolae Ceauşescu’s most infamous creation… Entry is by guided tour only (book ahead).” View in Article

Palace of Parliament | Dental Tourism in Romania

  • Carved Danube Mountain: In the city full of historical monuments, this is a rather recent creation. Built between 1992-2001, it is the largest stone sculpture near a riverbank.[15]Romania Journal Sculpture of Dacian King Decebalus in Romania, declared the largest rock sculpture on a river bank “…it took 10 years, from 1992 to 2001, for twelve sculptors to finish it and over a ton of dynamite was used.” View in Article
Carved Danube | Dental Tourism in Romania
  • Arc of Triumph, Bucharest: Located in Bucharest, it is officially called The Arc de Triomphe (1922). It was erected to celebrate the great unification in 1918 and victory of the romanian army in the WWI.[16]unknownbucharest.com The Arc de Triomphe (1922) “the visitor encounters a meaningful monument, the Bucharest Arc de Triomphe. It was erected in 1922 to celebrate the Romanian army’s victories in WWI and the Great Unification of 1918.” View in Article
Arc de Triomphe | Dental Tourism in Romania

How to Reach Romania

Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport [OTA] is the main airport in Romania. Located in the North of Bucharest, it receives flights from various international locations:

Flight map | Dental Tourism in Romania

Flight Map to Bucharest International Airport [OTP]
City Duration No. of stops
London, UK (LHR) 3 hrs 00 mins Non-stop
Birmingham, UK (BHX) 4 hrs 55 mins 1 stop
Edinburgh, UK (EDI) 6 hrs 35 mins Non-stop
Paris, France (BVA) 2 hrs 50 mins Non-stop
Rome, Italy (FCO) 4 hrs 50 mins Non-stop
New York (JFK) 11 hrs 30 mins 1 stop

The above table shows flight details of some major locations to Bucharest Airport, Romania.

Travel Tips

  • Language: Romanian is the native language. However, English, Italian, French, and German are widely spoken almost everywhere in Romania.[17]World Atlas Foreign Languages Of Romania “Other less common foreign languages within Romania are Italian, spoken by 7% of the population, and German, spoken by 6% of the population.” View in Article
  • Transportation: Romania is well connected to the rest of Europe by busses, airplanes, and trains. Within Bucharest, public transport like buses, trams, and the metro are available.[18]Lonely Planet Local Transport “Romanian cities generally have good public-transport systems comprised of buses, trams, trolleybuses and, in some cases, maxitaxis. Bucharest is the only Romanian city with an underground metro.” View in Article
  • Currency: Even though Romania is part of the European Union, the currency is the Romanian leu (the currency code for Lei is RON). Exchanging currency on the streets is strictly prohibited.[19]Gov. UK Local laws and customs “It is illegal to change money on the streets. You should change money only in recognised exchange shops, banks and hotels.” View in Article
  • Affordability: Things are very affordable compared to Western Europe. Attractions and entertainment are considerably cheap. Moreover, food can be as cheap as $8 a lunch meal (a drink included).[20]Expatistan Cost of living in Romania “Food: Basic lunchtime menu (including a drink) in the business district 34 lei ($8)” View in Article
  • Romanian Language Phrases:
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)
  • Safety: The place is known for no terrorism, low violent crime, and low petty crime. The US govt. suggests LEVEL-1 precautions[21]U.S. Travel State Govt. Romania Travel Advisory “August 5, 2019 Romania – Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions” View in Article, and UK advisory also considers Romania safe for tourists.[22]Gov. UK Foreign travel advice Romania “Most visits to Romania are trouble-free… The UK has left the European Union. The rules on travel to EU countries will stay the same until 31 December 2020 while the UK and EU negotiate additional arrangements.” View in Article
  • Emergency ph no.: For general emergencies like police, fire, ambulance, dial 112.

FAQ Dental work in Romania

Romania has moderate weather with long cold winters and hot summers. So, it’s good to travel to Romania round the year. Still, the transition occurs from mid-May through mid-September, where you enjoy the sunshine with comfortable temperatures!

Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport [OTA]. Located in the North of its capital city, Bucharest, it is the main airport in Romania.

Romania is a safe tourist destination. The U.K. govt doesn’t advise against travel to Romania.[23]Gov. UK Foreign travel advice Romania “Most visits to Romania are trouble-free… The UK has left the European Union. The rules on travel to EU countries will stay the same until 31 December 2020 while the UK and EU negotiate additional arrangements.” View in Article Also, the U.S. govt suggests level-1 precautions, i.e., normal precautions.[24]U.S. Travel State Govt. Romania Travel Advisory “August 5, 2019 Romania – Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions” View in Article

Dial 112 for emergencies like police, fire, and ambulance. The U.S govt advises it’s citizens to enroll in STEP program before traveling. It could help easy tracking in case of an emergency.

BBD, Romania accepts cash, bank transfer (to be cleared in advance), and credit/ debit cards (except American Express).

No, the BBD does not accept dental insurance. However, low costs will allow you to have quality treatment without burning a hole in your pocket.

The clinic offers a 3-year guarantee on various treatments. You can connect with our case managers for details.

The staff at BBD speaks English, French and Italian.

DentaVacation facilitates quality dental work in Romania. You can expect our assistance:

  • Before the appointment: Know best clinics, doctors, complete cost in advance.
  • During the appointment: Free shuttle service to and from the Airport & Hotel/ Clinic.
  • After the appointment: Connect for follow-ups and queries.

Dental work in Romania can get you healthy teeth and a relaxing vacation. Contact us for a free-quote or other queries!

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