Dental Travel: Romania
Situated in South-East Europe, this idyllic country is a treasure trove of art, culture, history and stunning landscapes. From Romania’s vibrant and flourishing art scene to the scenic beauty of the Carpathian Mountains, Romania offers its visitors a myriad of unique travel experiences.
Romania has earned itself an excellent reputation for the high quality dental services it provides. The Romanian Dental Association of Private Practitioners Dentists, in conjunction with other industry associations, ensure that Dentists in Romania are trained according to the highest medical standards in Europe, which includes several years of apprenticeship before practicing. Visitors to Romania will benefit from state-of-the-art modern equipment and high quality, affordable treatment with prices up to 30-90% lower compared to other European, Canadian and US centers.
There is no shortage of top quality dental services across Romania's three major cities, Bucharest alone has over 200 practicing dentists. Some common procedures and practices available include:
- Restorative dentistry
- Laser dentistry
- Dental implants
- Cosmetic Dentistry
The pristine landscapes, the fortified churches, the painted monasteries; the charming country settlements and the vibrant energy of Bucharest, Romania is dynamic, energetic and full of culture and history.
Getting to Romania is easy enough, all scheduled flights land at Henri Coandă International Airport (OTP) in Bucharest. Flights from this airport service a large number of major cities across Europe and the Middle East. There are also trains available for shorter trips to neighboring countries.
After Your Dental Procedure
Alongside the world class dental services on offer, Romania has some world class has countless world class attractions on offer too. One of the top sites Romania has to offer its visitors is Transylvania – with its numerous castles (including Dracula’s), incredible scenery and charming country life.
While in Bucharest the Palace of Parliament is certainly worth a visit, this gargantuan building is the “masterpiece” of the country’s former Communist dictator. While much of the centre is lively and modern, you will find some splendid 17th and 18th century Orthodox churches tucked away in quiet corners and graceful art nouveau villas as well as some lovely museums and trendy cafes.
Transylvania gives visitors an insight to Romania's haunted past and is home to some of Europe’s best-preserved medieval towns, Brasov being the most well-known. Brasov is home to Bran Castle, home to the infamous Vlad Dracul. The castle itself was the chief inspiration for Bram Stoker's “Dracula” novel.
The Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve has the third largest biodiversity in the world with over 5,500 flora and fauna species, it is exceeded only by the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and the Galapagos Archipelago in Ecuador. The Danube Delta is comprised of a complex network of waterways and lakes divided between the three main estuary channels of the Danube. The Delta can be explored as part of a Danube River Cruise, or on day trips and boat excursions from Tulcea, where the museum of the Danube Delta is located.
Romania’s magnificent landscapes, rich culture and history are not something to be missed. Try and find some time before or after your procedure to explore some of what Romania has to offer.
For more information, visit Romania Tourism Portal.