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Dental Tourism

What is Dental Tourism?

People from the West travel to India in search of medical aid. The primary reason is the cost advantage. It takes a fraction of the cost for the same procedure done with the same quality. Even after spending for the airfare to and accommodation in Kerala they will still have savings when compared to having the treatment done in their country. They are also convinced that the technology and professional skill in Kerala are at par with any of the international health centres.

Details provided by Dr Rajkrishnan:
Our office has been catering to the dental tourists for the past 9 years. Most of them are from Western Europe. The number coming from the UK is steadily increasing.

Packages & Rates
Treatment
Duration
Charges in GBP
CERAMIC CROWN Day 1 – Tooth preparation
Day 6 – Crown fixing
100
CERAMIC INLAY Day 1 – Consultation,Tooth preparation
Day 6 – Ceramic inlay fixing
100
CERAMIC VENEERS Day 1 – Consultation
Day 2 – Tooth preparation
Day 8 – Veneer fixing
100
COMPLETE DENTURE 300
CONSULTATION 10
EXTRACTION 10
FIBRE POST 70
FLAP SURGERY (FULL MOUTH) Day 1 – Consultation, OPG & blood test
Day 2 – Flap surgery & bone graft if necessary (This may be done in 2 or 3 sittings depending on the patient’s ability to sit long on dental chair)
Day 9 – Suture removal
400
IMPLANT Day 1 – Consultation
Day 2 – OPG & blood test
Day 3 – Implant fixing,
Day 8 – Suture removal
Any time fter 6 months – Gingival former fixing
After 1 week – Final impression
After 1 week – Implant crown fixing
700
ROOT CANAL TREATMENT Day 1 – Consultation
Day 2 – RCT (may be in 2 sittings as situation demands)
100
SCALING (ORAL PROPHYLAXIS) Day 1 – Consultation & scaling 20
SURGICAL EXTRACTION OF IMPACTED MOLAR UNDER LA Day 1 – Consultation, blood test and extraction 150
TEETH WHITENING Day 1 – Consultation and teeth whitening 300
X-RAY- IOPA 5