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Dr. Mirna Munitic - dentist at Bagatin dental clinic in Zagreb, Croatia

Dr. Mirna Munitic - dentist at Bagatin dental clinic in Zagreb, Croatia

Dental Implants in Croatia: Why Travel Abroad?

Getting dental implants in Croatia is becoming increasingly popular. You can read up all the detailed information about the dental implant procedure including the techniques, material, prices and the patient service provided in our article about dental implants. For those looking to talk, chew, and smile more confidently once again, Croatia’s combination of world-renowned dentists, high-end clinics, and affordable prices make it one of Europe’s top choices for treatment.

If you are not sure if Croatia is the best country for your procedure, you can also see about getting dental implants done in Turkey, Poland, Germany, Hungary or Mexico.

What are the Advantages of Dental Implant Procedures in Croatia?

Croatia is a European hotspot for high-quality dentistry. The country boasts an impressive selection of experienced dentists who operate out of modern dental clinics. Treatment prices are also much lower in Croatia compared to the UK and other western countries, opening up the treatment to more and more patients.

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Are Croatian Dentists Good?

Yes, Croatian dentists are among the best in their field. They’re experts in restorative dentistry, with impressive qualifications and extensive experience at clinics throughout the country.

They’re consistently at the forefront of their industry, with memberships to reputable international organisations such as the European Society of Endodontology (ESE). Croatia’s dental clinics match the quality of its specialists as well, with modern equipment and English-speaking staff that are experienced in caring for international patients.

How Is It to Travel to Croatia for the Procedure?

Travelling from Western Europe to get dental implants in Croatia is easy. Flight times are around one to four hours and budget airlines offer an affordable way to travel from most major airports.

As a British or EU national, you won’t need a visa to enter Croatia either, as long as you aren’t staying for more than 90 days. But, we recommend checking the latest government advice on entry requirements before booking your treatment. Also, if you are traveling with a British passport, make sure to check the passport's issue and expiry date, as it:

  • Needs to have been issued within the last ten years

  • Needs to be valid for at least three months after you return back home

Can I Travel Alone to Croatia?

Yes, many of our patients comfortably travel to Croatia alone. The implant procedure itself is not highly invasive, but patient reactions can vary. If you're prone to unease or have had side effects before, consider bringing someone with you for your treatment in Croatia.

Two visits to Croatia will be required: one for implant preparation and another after a four to six-month healing period, for the final abutment and attachment of the crown.

Temporary teeth will be provided during the healing process, allowing you to eat and smile normally until your final teeth are applied.

Why Book with Qunomedical?

Although the Croatian dentistry market is highly regulated, it can be difficult to navigate for international patients.

Qunomedical has partnered with clinics in Croatia that provide top-notch services and treatments for patients from abroad. These clinics have years of experience in treating international patients, ensuring high-quality care and service.

With English-speaking medical professionals and transfer services between airports, clinics, and hotels, you can trust that you'll have a great experience getting dental implants in Croatia.

Is it worth it?

Yes! Based on 500+ Patient Reviews

What is the cost?

Starting at €1,000 in Croatia

Is a visa needed?

A visa is only needed for visits longer than 90 days, but it's important to check the latest government guidance on this before travelling.

Why Choose Qunomedical?

  • 100% free, non-binding assessment

  • Professionally vetted dentists and clinics

  • Qunomedical-exclusive packages including accommodation, airport pick-ups, and transfers

  • English-speaking staff


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How Much do Dental Implants Cost in Croatia?

When it comes to restorative dentistry, not many countries have more expertise than Croatia. The country is home to renowned dentists and some of the most modern medical infrastructure in Europe.

Before booking their treatment though, many prospective patients want to know the potential costs involved in undergoing treatment in Croatia. Below, we’ve outlined the starting price for a single dental implant — including the abutment — in Croatia, compared to other European countries. These prices are not fixed or guaranteed and may vary depending on individual factors.

CountryPrice (EUR €)
Czech Republic€1,100
United Kingdom€2,180

Which Factors Influence the Cost of Dental Implants in Croatia?

Dental implant prices in Croatia offer a much more affordable option compared to the UK. Despite the potential savings, the quality of treatment matches — and often exceeds — what you’d expect to receive at home. But, there are a few factors that can affect dental implant costs in Croatia that you should bear in mind when planning your treatment.

  • Materials used: prices can change depending on the material you choose for the crown that sits on top of the implant and abutment. More durable options, like metal or ceramic, are usually more expensive but can save you money in the long run as they shouldn’t need replacing as often as temporary alternatives such as resin crowns.

  • Offers for multiple implants: getting dental implants in Croatia allows you to access affordable options for restoring multiple teeth. The all-on-4 and all-on-6 implants are popular, cost-effective options and are offered at many high-quality Croatia dental clinics.

  • All-inclusive packages: Croatian dental clinics are well versed in caring for patients from the UK, with many offering all-inclusive treatment packages for patients travelling from overseas. These usually include things like accommodation, clinic transfers, and an airport shuttle service, and tend to be more cost-effective than booking your treatment and accommodation separately.

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What Can I Do in My Free Time whilst in Croatia?

There is a lot that you can do in Croatia in the free time between your appointments. Croatian cities offer a range of landmarks and experiences, no matter which one you visit. Croatia is also a green country, which is evident in the big cities that have parks and sometimes even forests, perfect for walks or enjoying fresh air and sunshine.

Due to the diverse population of Croatia, there is a wide range of restaurant options available, even in the smallest cities; you can easily find Italian, Turkish, and Asian restaurants.

Markets and museums are must-see attractions, and if you're interested in historical sites, you'll have no trouble finding something interesting to explore.

Most Croatians speak at least a little English, with younger people often being fluent. Croatians are friendly and willing to offer help if needed.

If You Choose Zagreb

Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, has many attractions worth exploring. The city's historic district, known as the 'Upper Town', offers visitors a glimpse into the past with its picturesque streets and buildings. The St. Mark's Church, the Zagreb Cathedral, and the Dolac Market are also must-see destinations in the city.

If You Choose Split

Split, the second-largest city in Croatia, is located on the Adriatic coast and offers many exciting sights to explore. The city's main attraction is Diocletian's Palace, an ancient Roman palace that dates back to the 4th century. Visitors can also explore the historic old town, the Riva waterfront promenade, and Marjan Hill, a park with stunning views of the city and sea.

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