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Albusdent Centrum Stomatologiczne

Cracow, Poland

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Limed

Wroclaw, Poland

(1 reviews)

Dentus The Smilemaker

Szczecin, Poland

(6 reviews)

Dent Krakow (Dental Services)

Cracow, Poland

(4 reviews)

Biala Szuflada

Szczecin, Poland

from 18 eur

(0 reviews)

KCM Clinic

Jelenia Gora, Poland

from 4 eur

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MedicoDent

Gdynia, Poland

from 4 eur

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Omega Dental

Lodz, Poland

from 4 eur

(1 reviews)

Stomatologia Na Księżym Młynie

Lodz, Poland

from 21 eur

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Gadzinscy

Poznan, Poland

from 22 eur

Dental implants in Poland

If you have missing teeth, it’s very important to replace those teeth for various reasons. Some of those reasons include that if you leave gaps in your smile for too long, you can actually lose bone density, and the muscles in your face will begin to sag.

But, as with many things that we need to be healthy, the dental implants cost in the UK can be an exorbitant amount. This has led many Brits to look outside of the UK for cheap dental implants and consider getting dental implants abroad. And one of the most popular destinations for dental tourism and especially dental implants is Poland. That’s because in Poland, dentists offer affordable dental implants but still at a very high quality.

In this article, we’ll give you all the information you need to know if you are considering getting dental implants in Poland, including:

  • Education of dentists in Poland
  • Best cities for dental implants in Poland
  • Dental implant costs in Poland

We hope this information helps you get the implants you need and at a price that doesn’t break your wallet.

Polish dentists are well-educated

It’s good that you want to know more about dentist qualifications in Poland. But as long as you do your research beforehand, you’ve got nothing to worry about. Your Polish dentist will be as qualified as any UK dentist because dentist education and dentist degree requirements in Poland are very rigorous.

All aspiring dentists go through thorough years of strict dentist education and training at their university. And they aren’t allowed to practice dentistry on their own until they’ve finished that training and completed the requirements. So what kind of education is required to be a dentist?

This training consists of:

  • 5 years at the university
  • 12-month working experience program

Until those requirements are completed, you are not allowed to practice dentistry.

Additionally, all training is done using new and modern materials, as all of the dental schools in Poland are equipped with state-of-the-art technology. In this way, all students are trained to the highest modern standards.

Dentists in Poland speak English

When you think of Poland, you probably think of Polish, the native language of the Polish people. While they certainly speak Polish quite fluently in Poland, many also speak fluent English. That’s because many dentists in Poland actually complete their dental school courses in full English, and they have to take English as a requisite for receiving their degree, which means you are most likely to have an English-speaking dentist.

It’s good to be concerned about whether or not your Polish dentist speaks English because it’s important that you and your dentist are able to communicate without any problems.

To make sure that you go to a clinic where English is fluently spoken, you should call ahead to inquire.

Dental clinics in Poland are well-equipped

While still managing to hold on to some of its traditional roots, Poland is a modern and innovative country and that extends to dentistry as well.

It’s natural for you to be concerned about the quality of equipment in the clinic in Poland that you choose to go to, but you need not worry. Polish dental clinics offer high-end medical equipment along with innovative treatment techniques, and all for a fraction of the cost that you would pay in the UK.

Although, just like the issue on language, you should thoroughly investigate your chosen dental clinic in Poland before committing, and make sure you read patient reviews.

How much are dental implants in Poland?

Poland is perhaps the cheapest country for dental implants in Europe, alongside Hungary. So just how much do dental implants cost in Poland? Dental implants in Poland prices may make the trip well worth it. A full mouth of dental implants in Poland usually costs between £4,000 – £9,000, whereas in the UK the price for a full mouth can be £7,000 – £28,000. You’ll be hard-pressed to find cheap dental implants in the UK unless you can get them covered by the NHS, so getting cheap dental implants abroad is really worth a look.

When compared to the cost of dental implants in the UK, even when figuring in travel costs, you can see that you could potentially save thousands of dollars by going to Poland for dental implants.

It should be noted that the price of dental implants in Poland is so much lower than that in the UK because the cost of living in Poland is less. That means that everything from renting the office space to paying staff salaries is cheaper, so they can charge much less for dental work as well. In most cases, the lower price of dental implants in Poland is not indicative of the quality of dental treatment in Poland.

In fact, in many cases, the care you receive in Poland will be superior to the care you may receive in the UK. That’s because dentists in Poland rely on dental tourists like you, and in order to bring in tourists, they need to receive good reviews from past patients. If past patients aren’t satisfied with their treatment, they won’t receive a good review and the Polish dentists won’t bring in any new patients. That’s why in most cases, you can trust cheap dental implants in Poland.

What city is the best for dental implants? The most popular cities in Poland

You’ll find that there is a wide selection of clinics in Polish cities. The most popular cities for dental implants in Poland include Warsaw, Krakow, Wroclaw, and Gdansk. That being said, perhaps the best Poland city for dentistry, and indeed one of the best places to visit in Poland would be Warsaw, the capital city of Poland.

Dental implants in Warsaw

The capital city of Poland, it is located in central Poland and was practically rebuilt after World War II. Both the Old Town and the modern parts of the city offer a vast option of sights to see if you want to turn your dental tourism trip into a holiday as well.

Dental implants in Krakow

If you head to the southern regions of Poland you’ll find yourself in historical Krakow. This is actually the most frequently visited city by international tourists, and also a very popular destination for dental implant tourism.

Dental implants in Wroclaw

Wroclaw has quite a few good dental clinics and is also known for dwarves hidden all around the city, giving it a sort of fairytale charm.

Dental implants in Gdansk

This port city located on the Baltic coast of Poland is another hot dental tourism destination. While you’re there, make sure to check out Long Market and Neptune Fountain.

Dental implants in Poland review

One of the best ways to decide which clinic to visit is by reading reviews from previous patients. Have a look at this video from George, who got full-mouth restoration.

Alternative countries to get cheap dental implants

Although Poland is a great place to get dental implants, it’s certainly not the only country that offers dental implants for a better price than in the UK. You can also get dental implants in Turkey and dental implants in Hungary for top quality and affordable prices. Have a look at the following table for a summary of the cost of dental implants in some of the best countries to get them:

Country

Price

Poland

from £930

Hungary

from £850

Czech Republic

from £930

Slovakia

from £680

Spain

from £680

Conclusion

Dental implants are considered by most dentists to be the best option for replacing missing teeth. That’s because when you are missing teeth, bone deterioration can occur. Additionally, adjacent teeth can begin to grow into the gap left by the missing tooth. Dental implants take the place of the tooth root, so they help slow the process of bone loss and also help stop facial muscles from sagging as much as they would without the implants.

The problem with dental implants is that they can be exorbitantly expensive in the UK. The good news is, in countries like Poland, you can find dental implants for just as good quality, if not better, than in the UK, but for much lower prices.

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