When you are traveling abroad for an affordable dental care, dental treatment, dental surgery or dental procedures, which are very expensive in your own country, India is the perfect destination. Dental tourism in India is the fastest growing specialty when compared to other Indian medical tourism accounting for 10% of the total Indian medical tourism. Dental tourism is expected to increase by 30% to Rs 9500 crore by next year.

Whether you’re just fixing a few minor problems with your teeth or planning for a complete smile makeover, you and your family need to have confidence and trust in the dentist performing the treatment. World class dental hospitals, with US trained dentists and specialists in smile design, cosmetic dentistry and dental implants in India enable you to save on the treatments more than half. The information related to treatments such as dental surgery in India, or root canal treatment in India and many other affordable treatments can be freely available to access.

Come to India and we will redesign the way you smile without compromising on quality, and you can save up to 80% on your dental treatment especially dental implant cost in India very much affordable at a price less than 50,000 INR. Whereas in the United States of America it costs about $3,900 (in India approx $784 saving more than 80%), in the UK it

costs £2,500 (in India approx £574 up to 80%) in the Australia it costs

about AUD 3,900 (in India approx AUD 981 more than 70%).

Procedures of Dentistry


Dental filling

Dental filling is performed to restore the removed decayed tooth material back to its normal function and shape. The filling materials used to close the spaces and prevent further decay include gold, a composite resin (tooth-colored fillings), porcelain, and an amalgam (an alloy of mercury, silver, copper, tin and sometimes zinc).


Dental Implant – Each

A missing single tooth along with its root can be replaced with one single implant and a crown. Only a dental implant can replace the affected single tooth without sacrificing the health of the neighboring teeth. Whereas other techniques used to treat the lost single tooth requires that adjacent teeth be ground down to support the cemented bridge. This artificial tooth root holds a replacement of a tooth or a bridge and can better preserve the tooth. These dental implants are surgically fixed into the jawbone.



Dentures are custom-made natural-looking replacements for missing teeth which can be taken out and put back into the mouth. Partial and full dentures are the commonly used types. A full denture consists of an upper denture which covers the roof of your mouth, and the lower denture is horseshoe shaped and can accommodate the tongue.


Full Mouth Restoration

Full mouth restoration refers to rebuilding or rehabilitation of the full arch of a person’s mouth. This type of oral care treatment provides comprehensive treatment across the upper or lower (or both) arch for a range of dental problems. The aim is to improve the aesthetics and functioning of the mouth for activities like talking, chewing, or biting.


Gingivectomy - Full Mouth

Gum diseases often known as gingivitis which results in loose and pockets or gaps between the teeth and gums. A gingivectomy is a surgical treatment of gum diseases which removes the diseased gum tissue, reducing the pockets thereby slowing down the progression of gum disease.


Root Canal Treatment per tooth

The root canal treatment involves the cleaning of the canals inside the tooth's root. A cracked tooth, repeated dental treatment, a deep cavity, or trauma may affect the pulp or root of the tooth. The treatment involves removing, cleaning and disinfecting the damaged area of the tooth and then filling and sealing it.


Teeth whitening

A teeth whitening procedure involves lightening the teeth by removing the stains and discoloration. This procedure is not same for all the teeth. Vital tooth whitening is performed on the normal teeth, which uses a gel when applied directly on the surface of the tooth, starts bleaching it. The bleaching agent may some form of hydrogen peroxide. In the case of caps, veneers, crowns or fillings normal whitening procedure will not work. In this case, a whitening agent is placed inside the tooth then a temporary filling is placed over it until the desired shade is reached.


Tooth Contouring and Reshaping

Tooth contouring and reshaping are a treatment to correct crooked teeth, chipped teeth, cracked teeth or even overlapping teeth. Tooth contouring and reshaping are commonly used to alter the length, shape or position of the teeth in one instance.


Tooth veneers

Tooth veneers or porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates are wafer-thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials which help to improve the appearance of the tooth. These shells are fixed to the front of the teeth which change their color, shape, size, or length.

Did you know?

  • Over a lifetime, an average person spends 38.5 total days brushing their teeth.
  • Tooth enamel is mostly made of minerals and is the hardest substance in the human body.
  • People who don’t floss, have 40% of the tooth surface unclean.
  • Right-handed people chew food on their right side, and the left-handed people chew food on their left side.
  • Everyone has a different tongue print, just like their fingerprints.
  • Women smile more than men; an average woman smiles 62 times a day, whereas, an average man smiles about 8 times a day.
  • The commercial floss was first manufactured in the year 1882.
  • A tooth belonging to Sir Isaac Newton was sold in London in 1816 for an amount equivalent to $35,700 (present currency).

Facts from animal kingdom

  • Giraffes have only the lower teeth.
  • Dogs have 42 teeth, cats have 30 teeth, pigs have 44 teeth, and an armadillo has 104 teeth.
  • A snail has a tiny mouth, of the size of the head of a pin, however, it can have over 25,000 teeth.
  • Elephants can grow its molars six times in a lifetime.
  • The Blue Whale has no teeth.