What does dental treatment in Poland cost?
Dentist abroad prices in Poland are extremely good value and foreign patients are attracted not only by the low prices, but also by the medical equipment, the use of modern technologies as well as top-quality materials for procedures used by dentists in Poland. Many of the clinics are ISO 9001 certified. Polish dentists often go abroad to work after studying and have a good reputation among foreign patients.
Savings, of between 50 and 70%, can be made compared with UK private dentistry prices. Implants for example, are particularly good value. Titanium osseointegrated implants are expensive in the UK and can cost around £2,000 to £2,500 but dental implants in Poland are available from as little as £300 to £400. A porcelain crown at IQ Medica costs about £100, and would cost around five times this much in Britain.