Case Study Finland – Romania Dental Prices

Case Study Finland – Romania Dental Prices Updated on 03/30/2016
Case-Study-Finland-Romania.jpgRomania is an affordable dental travel destination compared to many west European countries. The lower prices are not detrimental to the quality of the services or the materials used during all of the dental treatments. Romanian dentists are very well trained and work with dedication and care towards the patient.
Our dental clinic in Bucharest has a wide range of services, suited various needs and dental problems as well as all ages. Finnish tourists who are interested in dental travel abroad can choose Romania as their destination.

Romanian dental prices

The prices for dental procedures in Romania are affordable for all procedures, even for those that require more detailed work and several visits to the dental clinic. Teeth whitening is among the most requested procedures, both by local and foreign patients. In Romania, it costs 230 euros while in Helsinki it can be more than 350 euros. Dental implants in Romania start at 450 euros and crowns from various materials are up to 350 euros. In Finland, the dental implant procedure is more expensive, at more than 1,000 euros while crowns are approximately 700 euros.
Classic endodontic treatments are also very affordable in Romania, at 70 euros while a mono-root extraction, a very simple form of oral surgery, is only 35 euros. Our dentists in Bucharest can help you with detailed information about the prices and our services. If you are willing to send an inquiry, a dentist at our clinic will give you an approximate cost and timespan for the required procedures.

Prices for accommodation and entertainment in Romania

Romania can easily transform from a dental travel destination into a weekend city break or a lengthier vacation. Bucharest has accessible prices for accommodation, at approximately 40 euros per night, compared to Helsinki where one night at a hotel costs about 100 euros. A meal at a restaurant in Bucharest will cost about 6 euros at an inexpensive restaurant, compared to an average price in Helsinki of 12 euros.
Transportation is also affordable in Romania and tourists can choose to travel by taxi, bus, tram or subway. The attractions in Bucharest include the Palace of Parliament, museums, parks or the Mogosoaia Palace. Dental patients who have more time can visit nearby cities like Sighisoara, Brasov or Sibiu.
A dentist at our clinic in Bucharest will give you more information about your dental trip to Romania if you contact us or send us an inquiry.