Dental Tourism

Dental tourism is a concept to obtain dental treatment across international borders. In countries like US, Europe or Far East countries, dental treatment is frightfully expensive. Therefore India is a good place to get your dental treatment done along with enjoying lovely sightseeing throughout India.

Due to high cost in home countries, patients are increasingly looking for treatment options in India which offer similar or even better dental services, at rates that are much more affordable. As far as the cost of dental treatment is concerned, India offers the most competitive dental treatment packages to the world. More over India has best available equipments and devices as well. Millions of people travel across the globe & come to India for dental treatments & enjoy their holidays.

Dental treatment in other countries has a waiting period of several months for certain dental procedures. Whereas in India, it is easier to get appointments. Therefore people prefer to travel to India for such treatment, rather than wait for months in their home country.

Dental procedure Cost in USA ($) Cost in India ($)
General Dentist Top End Dentist Top End Dentist
Smile designing - 8,000 1,000*
Metal Free Bridge (3 Unit) - 5,500 550*
Dental Implants - 3,500 800*
Porcelain Metal Bridge (3 Unit) 1,800 3,000 300*
Porcelain Metal Crown 600 1,000 100*
Tooth impactions 500 2,000 100*
Root canal Treatment 600 1,000 100*
Tooth whitening 350 800 150*
Tooth colored composite fillings 200 500 25*
Tooth cleaning 100 300 50*
* These figures do not suggest the actual cost. Actual cost of treatment varies from case to case.

About Mumbai
Mumbai is the commercial capital of India, heart of bollywood & industrial hub of everything from textiles to petrochemicals & trading centre. Mumbai is also known as financial centre of India and is an economic hub of most of business activities of the country. Mumbai has grown in size and stature over the past few centuries which was originally made up of seven islands. It is a must-visit metropolis for everyone coming to India. Originally the little fishing village of Mumbai was given as gift by the Portuguese to the British.

The island city is an epitome of the glamour of bollywood cinema, cricket on maidans (open grassed areas), bhelpuri (a spice sweet Mumbai snack) on beach of chowpatty, outstanding colonial architecture & red double – Decker buses.

Mumbai at a Glance
Weather : The winter months (November to February) are the best time to visit Mumbai, when temperatures range between 74°F (23°C) and 86°F (30°C). The spring and summer months are hot with humidity and temperatures often reaching 104°F (40°C). The monsoons arrives in July and lasts till the month of August.

Transport : Visitors generally opt for hiring a car with a driver by the day. The city's public bus service is government run and consists of a fleet of red single and double-decker buses and Suburban electric trains connecting to the outlying areas, usually hot and crowded.. Auto rickshaws are not allowed to operate in the centre of the city, but are cheaper than taxis and good for short distances. Metered taxis are plentiful all over the town and surrounds.

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Mumbai Attractions
What to See in Mumbai

Juhu Beach
This is one of the most popular beaches in the north of Mumbai, with a perpetual fun-filled carnival-like ambiance every evening. The beach is lined with private homes, and quite a few bungalows of famous Bollywood actors - early morning is a good time to see them jogging or exercising on the beach.
Location: On the coast, near the Airport
Jain Temple
These temples were built in 1904. They are located on the Ridge Road at Walkeshwar in Malabar hill region and are a major landmark besides being a place of worship for the Jain Community. The holy men even wear a cloth on their mouth to avoid accidentally killing tiny insects. All life forms is holy to them. When you visit follow the customs.
Location: Malabar Hill
Bhau Daji Lad Museum
Previously known as the Victoria and Albert Museum it is the oldest museum in the city of Mumbai. Clay models, painting in the 'Company' style of the Raj, bronze, silver and copperware, and delicate ivories all find a place here.
Location: Byculla Station
Chowpatty Beach
Another stretch of beach in the south of Mumbai is Chowpatty. Very close to the actual commercial hub of office buildings in the city, if you come down to the beach from Marine Lines at night you will also see the 'Queen’s Necklace, a circle of street lights that looks like a necklace.
Location: Chowpatty
Gateway of India
Mumbai's most famous monument, this is the starting point for most tourists who want to explore the city. Build for the visit of King George V and Queen Mary when he visited India in 1911. It is an imposing structure, one of the city’s most prominent landmarks and a must visit.
Location: South Mumbai
Elephanta Caves
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Elephanta Caves are situated on Elephanta Island off the southeast coast of Mumbai. The island comprises two sets of Hindu and Buddhist caves. The best attraction here, apart from the caves themselves, is the journey to them. Reached by ferries that leave every 30 minutes from the historic Gateway of India overlooking The Taj Mahal Hotel, the 45-minute boat ride is an amazing one, offering picturesque views of the mainland.
Location: Elephanta Island off the southeast coast of Mumbai.
Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus
Built by the British, this railway terminus was designed to be an exact replica of the Victoria Terminus in London. In fact it was also called the Victoria Terminus till about a decade ago when it was rechristened after Shivaji Maharaj, a famous Maratha warrior king.
Location: Southwest Mumbai
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