Macedonia - Low Cost And Effective Treatments For Dental Travelers

Macedonia's Sveti Jovan Kaneo

When it comes to dental destinations, the Republic of Macedonia does not have to take a back seat to any jurisdiction. It is modern and ancient, urban and rural, and in the heart of Europe. It also has rich and colorful history that is easily accessible for the dental traveler on his or her days off. 


And thanks to the Macedonian Orthodontic Society and other industry associations, the dentists in Macedonia have earned a top-notch reputation and present a high level of professionalism and state-of-the-art care. And owing to lower operating costs, dental services in Macedonia are typically 60-80% less than their competitor-peers in western Europe and the US. Dental Travel Services offers people around the world to the chance to experience fantastic dental care without having to pay obscene prices for a service or procedure that should not be expensive.  

Slovenia - Well-Deserved Holiday And Top Quality Dental Services

Slovenia's Lake Bled

Slovenia is a country of amazing diversity. From the peaceful breath taking landscapes of the Julian Alps and the Triglav National Park to the rich and lively culture and events found in the cities and towns, Slovenia has something to offer to everyone. It is the perfect destination if you are looking for a well-deserved holiday and top quality affordable dental services.  

Reputation: Excellence in Dental Sciences

The Slovenian Dental Association has earned itself a top class reputation for its tough and rigorous training and qualification process which produces top notch dentists who are trained to an exceptionally high standard. The Slovenian Association of Medical Tourism operates on the simple principle of maintaining high levels of service at competitive prices, it is for this simple reason that dental services in Slovenia can be up to 60% cheaper compared to services provided in other European and US centres. This high quality, low cost strategy certainly works with over 33,000 people visiting Slovenia for treatment each year, spending an average of 1,100 Euros.