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Check all the Dental Crowns clinics in Poland

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Limed

Wroclaw, Poland

(0 reviews)

Albusdent Centrum Stomatologiczne

Cracow, Poland

(1 reviews)

Dentus The Smilemaker

Szczecin, Poland

from 22 eur

(6 reviews)

Dent Krakow (Dental Services)

Cracow, Poland

from 161 eur

(4 reviews)

Biala Szuflada

Szczecin, Poland

from 687 eur

(0 reviews)

Omega Dental

Lodz, Poland

from 22 eur

(0 reviews)

MedicoDent

Gdynia, Poland

from 213 eur

(0 reviews)

KCM Clinic

Jelenia Gora, Poland

from 179 eur

(0 reviews)

Ok Clinic Professional Family Dental Care

Gdansk, Poland

from 18 eur

(0 reviews)

Al-Dente

Szczecin, Poland

from 158 eur

Dental Crowns in Poland

If you have a broken, chipped or cracked tooth, you might need a dental crown. You also might need a dental crown if you are planning on getting tooth implants. Or perhaps you already have a dental crown, but you need to get it replaced.

Either way, you probably know that dental crowns can be quite expensive in the UK. But the good news is that many people are able to find cheap dental crowns abroad. Specifically, many people choose to get their dental crowns abroad in Poland. That’s because dental crowns in Poland are much more affordable than the dental crowns cost in the UK, and they are really good quality.

If you are thinking about getting dental crowns abroad, like in Poland, you’re in the right place, because in this article, we’ll talk all about dental crowns in Poland, including:

  • What kind of education is required to become a dentist?
  • How much do dental crowns in Poland cost?
  • What are the best places to visit in Poland?

We hope this information will help you make this important decision for your dental wellbeing.

Education of Polish dentists

If you are thinking about getting crowns abroad, it’s very important that you consider dentist qualifications before choosing a clinic. The good news is, dentists in Poland have strict dentist degree requirements, and, your Polish dentist will most likely be highly qualified to give you treatment.

Dentist education and training includes five years of training at the university, followed by a 12-month work experience program. While they are completing the work program, their treatment is always supervised by an experienced and licensed dentist. After completion of the program, they take a final exam, and only then are they allowed to practise.

Do Polish dentists speak English?

You’ll be happy to hear that courses for dentists in Poland are often taught in English, and, in addition to this, Polish dental students must study English, or another language as part of their course. Most opt for English, because that’s generally the most lucrative option. So, chances are you’ll have an English-speaking dentist.

Dental clinics in Poland are well-equipped

Make sure to do plenty of research about your dental clinic in Poland before committing, and one aspect of that research is making sure that the Poland dental clinic has modern and working equipment. The good news is that dental clinics in Poland work in accordance with European standards, so the treatment you get will be just as good, if not better, than the treatment you receive from the UK, because in a lot of ways, dental clinics in Poland are under much more scrutiny, especially from their dental tourists. So yes, dental clinics in Poland are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and ready to give you the latest and best dental treatments.

How much are dental crowns in Poland?

The dental crowns cost in Poland will of course depend on what clinic you go to and what materials are used. But no matter what, the cost of dental crowns in Poland will be much less than the dental crowns cost in the UK.

So how much do dental crowns cost in Poland?

For a cost estimate, have a look at the following table which shows types of dental crowns and costs:

City


Metal crown


Porcelain-fused-to-metal crown


Porcelain crown


Gdansk


143 GBP


150 GBP



254 GBP



Poznan



175 GBP


180 GBP


285 GBP



Krakow


220 GBP


240 GBP


339 GBP



Wroclaw



149 GBP


155 GBP


265 GBP


Warsaw



160 GBP



177 GBP


332 GBP


What is a perfect destination for dental crowns in Poland? – The most popular cities

In most Polish cities you’ll be able to find a reputable dental clinic. So, you should also consider choosing a Poland city that you would also like to visit. So let’s look have a look at some of the best places to visit in Poland.

Dental crowns in Warsaw

Warsaw is the capital city of Poland. This is a great place to go if you want to visit central Poland and tour both historic places and modern places.

Dental crowns in Krakow

This is one of the most frequently visited cities by international tourists. It is brimming with history and great site-seeing including the Basilica and Sukiennice Market.

Dental crowns in Wroclaw

Head to Wroclaw in south-western Poland and visit the Market Square and the Gothic Old Town Hall.

Dental crowns in Gdansk

Gdansk is for those who love charm and history. You’ll get to visit Long Market, home to colorful shops and restaurants, and Neptune Fountain, which will transport you back to the 17th century.

Alternatives to dental crowns in Poland

The best alternatives to Poland are getting dental crowns in Hungary and dental crowns in Turkey. Both of these countries are known for their top-notch dental care and low prices. Plus, they are both super awesome places to visit if you want to turn your trip into a holiday.

Conclusion

If you need a dental crown to help fixed broken or cracked teeth, or you need a replacement crown, you might feel hopeless when you consider the high costs of dental care in the UK. Thankfully, other countries in Europe offer excellent quality care and at much lower prices. One such country is Poland.

Thousands of Brits travel to Poland every year to receive their lower-cost dental care. And if travelling abroad to get dental work done gives you pause, it certainly needn’t, as dental clinics abroad are often even better than in the UK, because they rely on positive reviews and word-of-mouth to draw in their clients from abroad.

And while you’re there, you can also turn your dental tourism trip into a relaxing holiday. Just make sure to research your clinic before you go, and make sure it has plenty of positive patient reviews.

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