Missing teeth discouraging you from smiling wide?

Afraid that high costs back home won’t be worth a new smile?

Worry not, as dental implants in Zagreb, Croatia, can help you kill not two but three birds with one stone!

Save up to 70%, get a shiny new smile, and enjoy a charming European vacation!

Dental Implants in Zagreb, Croatia

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Intrigued? Want to know more? Then keep on reading!

Let’s start by finding out what other overseas patients have to say about getting the procedure in Zagreb!

Dental Implants in Zagreb, Croatia: Reviews

Watch this video to hear some of the happy patients who transformed their smiles in Zagreb!

Smile Makeover in Zagreb

 Marijana Rikalo


“My mother could not be happier with Dentum! They did an AMAZING job with her dental implants. She said it’s the best money ever spent!”

Keri Porter


“My partner’s procedure was quite complicated but the doctors had great patience going through the options, and putting my partner’s fears at ease.”

Elpidio Battistini


“I paid a third of the price quoted in England (a deposit for a new house in some parts of UK) for the same quality implant from the same German manufacturer.”

Julie Pearce


“I visited Nikola and his team for 2 implants in April this year and can honestly say it was very well worth it. They are very efficient and professional.”

Also see the smile makeovers patients have achieved with dental implants Zagreb below!

Dental Implants in Zagreb, Croatia: Before & After

Dental Implants in Croatia – Before & After

Cost of Dental Implants in Zagreb, Croatia: 70% Savings!

The cost of dental implants in Zagreb, Croatia, is 70% lesser than in the UK.

A single titanium implant in Zagreb would cost you €750-€880 depending on the implant brand you choose.

In the UK, the cost goes up to €3,100 for the same, which is 75% more expensive than Zagreb!

You can save even more on zygomatic implants.

Zygoma implants in Zagreb cost only €3,500 but as much as €35,550 in the UK.

This means you get 90% savings in Zagreb, Croatia!

Refer to the table below for a more detailed comparison between Zagreb and UK prices.

Dental Implants Zagreb Cost vs. UK Cost
Dental Implants Zagreb UK Savings
Titanium Implant* €750-880 €3,100 75%
Same Day Implant With Crown €1,095 €10,000 89%
Zygoma Implant* €3,500 €35,550 90%
All on 4 Dental Implants** €7,180-8,560 €15,000 52%
All on 6 Dental Implants** €11,380 €16,800 32%
Bone Graft*** €250 €600 66%
Sinus Lifting*** €900 €1,450 37%
*including Abutment **including CT & Fixed Hybrid Acrylic Bridge per jaw ***per unit
*Croatia dentist prices are case dependent.
Dental implant brands used: Nobel Biocare, Straumann, Neodent, Zygoma Neodent

Zagreb dental implants prices are inclusive of transportation & hotel stay!

Don’t miss out on a deal that can save your smile! Contact us today for a FREE quote.

Why Choose Dental Implants in Zagreb, Croatia?

There are various reasons why you should get dental implants in Zagreb.

Let’s get you acquainted with the top 6 benefits of choosing dental implants in Zagreb, Croatia!

  • 70% Savings
  • Free Stay
  • Lifetime Guarantee
  • Top Implant Brands
  • Latest Technology
  • International Accreditations

Click here to read more about why dental work in Croatia is all the rage!

Eager to know where in Zagreb you can get all of these benefits? Find out in the next section!

Top 2 Clinics for Dental Implants in Zagreb, Croatia

Going to another country to get dental implants is not an easy decision.

This is why MTC only recommends pre-screened clinics that meet international dental standards.

See for yourself by going through the highlights of our partner clinics below!

Dentum, Zagreb

  • ISO 9001:2008  certified clinic
  • Free transportation to & from the airport
  • Free stay in a luxurious room within the clinic
  • Lifetime guarantee for dental implants
  • Recommended clinic by Nobel Biocare & Straumann


  • Planmeca Pro Max 3D CBCT,
  • Digital orthopan and x-ray,
  • Planmeca Pro X intraoral scanner,
  • CAD/CAM for crowns & bridges,
  • PHILIPS ZOOM for whitening

Dentum, Zagreb

Dentum, Zagreb

Visodent, Zagreb

  • In house dental lab where prosthesis are made
  • CE-certified biocompatible materials used
  • Special attention paid to instrument sterilization
  • Free transportation to and from airport
  • Accommodation arranged if stay longer than 1 day

Visodent, Zagreb

Visodent, Zagreb

Next, find out all about the dentists who will treat you at these clinics!

Top 3 Dentists for Dental Implants in Zagreb, Croatia

If you’re looking for an experienced & internationally accredited dentist, Zagreb has got your back!

Go through the qualifications of our recommended dentists below.

Dr. Andrej Božić, DMD, MDM

  • 18 years of experience
  • 10,000+ successfully installed implants
  • Holds training sessions as an opinion leader for Nobel Biocare
  • Member of the CDC


  • Neodent Symposium 2018, California, &
  • Nobel Biocare Global Symposium 2016, New York

Dr. Andrej Božić

Dr. Andrej Božić

Dr. Petar Bago, DMD

  • 17 years of experience
  • Did his Master’s in Esthetic Dentistry from UCLA
  • Live broadcasted the installation of Neodent implants in Zagreb as an opinion maker for Neodent
  • Member of the CDC


  • Implant Dentistry and Anatomy 2013, Vienna, &
  • Aesthetic Restorative and Implant Dentistry 2010, Athens

Dr. Petar Bago

Dr. Petar Bago

Asst. Prof. Nikola Petricevic, DDS, MSc, PhD

  • Specialist in Prosthodontics and Implantology
  • Assistant Professor at the Department of Prosthodontics, School of Dental Medicine, University of Zagreb
  • Won the ITI Scholarship in Implantology, Switzerland
  • Member of ITI, ICP, EPA, CPS


  • Europerio 8 by European Federation of Periodontology 2015, London, &
  • Expert Symposium by European Association of Dental Implantologists 2015, Germany

Asst. Prof. Nikola Petricevic

Asst. Prof. Nikola Petricevic

With these internationally trained dentists, you can rest assured that you will be in good hands.

Schedule a call with us today to get an appointment with any of them!

All You Need to Know About Dental Implants

What are Dental Implants and Am I a Candidate?

Dental implants are titanium screws that are inserted into your jawbone to act as artificial roots for your teeth.

They are connected to an abutment which in turn is topped by a dental crown.

The crown is custom made for every patient, ensuring the right fit and the same colour as the rest of your teeth.

Elements of Dental Implant

Elements of Dental Implants

Dental implants have several benefits over conventional dentures, such as:

  • Improving chewing function
  • Being natural & comfortable
  • Helping with better maintenance of bone
  • Not needing to be taken out every night & cleaned

However, not everyone is a candidate for dental implants.

If you have any of the following, you might not be eligible for dental implants:

  • HIV
  • AIDS
  • Diabetes
  • Osteoporosis
  • Heavy smoking habits
  • Habits like tooth grinding

You should also know that you need healthy jawbone in order to get dental implants.

If you have bone loss, you might need a bone graft surgery before the implant procedure.[1]Colgate
Dental Implant Surgery
“Depending on the structure of your jawbone, you might need to add a little extra bone to give the implant site a more solid foundation. An oral surgeon adds this bone through a process called bone grafting.”
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Source: Medical News Today[2]Medical News Today
What to know about dental implants
“With screw-like devices, the surgeon inserts an implant into the jawbone, and it acts as an anchor for an artificial tooth, called a crown…an abutment connects the artificial tooth to the dental implant. The crown is custom-made…Implants have several advantages…In some cases, dental surgeons refrain from operating on people with…a person’s bones must be healthy before they can undergo implant surgery.”
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What Are All on 4 Dental Implants in Zagreb, Croatia?

All on 4 dental implants can give you a full arch rehabilitation with:

  • 2 straight implants at the front
  • 2 angled implants towards the back of the mouth
Source: MDPI[3]MDPI
Influence of Framework Material and Posterior Implant Angulation in Full-Arch All-on-4 Implant-Supported Prosthesis Stress Concentration
“The All-on-4 concept consists of the installation of four implants…Two mesial implants are usually placed perpendicular to the bone crest, and two distal implants are installed inclined…implant-supported full-arch total prosthesis.”
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All-on-4 Croatia

All on 4 Croatia

All on 4 dental implants have a success rate of 97.5%![4]ScienceDirect
Immediate function dental implants inserted with less than 30 N·cm of torque in full-arch maxillary rehabilitations using the All-on-4 concept: retrospective study
“The cumulative implant success rate was 97.5%.”
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What is Dental Implant Surgery Like?

Dental implant surgery involves several steps.

Step 1

Dental Evaluation

Your dentist will take X-rays to evaluate your teeth and bone.

Dental X-Ray

Dental X-ray

Step 2

Additional Procedures

Tooth extractions or bone grafting if you need it.

Tooth Extraction

Tooth Extraction

Bone Grafting

Bone Grafting

Step 3

Dental Implant Surgery

The surgeon will insert the implant in your jawbone.

Healing will take a few months.

During this time, you will wear a temporary prosthesis.

Implant Insertion

Implant Insertion

Step 4

Permanent Prosthesis

After a few months, you will finally get your permanent teeth.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Source: Colgate[5]Colgate
Dental Implant Surgery
“Dental implant surgery can be performed in several steps…evaluation, including X-rays…review the condition of your jawbone…Remove the damaged tooth…bone grafting…insert the implant into the gumline…several months to allow your jaw time to heal…a temporary denture…a fixed implant prosthesis.”
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Is Dental Implant Surgery Painful?

You won’t feel any pain during your dental implant surgery as you will be given anesthesia.

After the surgery, some pain, discomfort, and swelling is normal.

You will be prescribed medications for these.

However, if any of these symptoms worsen, you should consult your dentist immediately.

Medicines After Dental Implants

Medicines After Dental Implants
Source: Colgate[6]Colgate
Dental Implant Surgery
“…discuss your surgical anesthesia options…Discomfort is natural and expected after dental implant surgery…Swelling of the face and gums…Pain at the site of your implant surgery…If any of these symptoms worsen several days after the surgery, contact your dentist…”
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How Long Does It Take to Get Dental Implants in Zagreb, Croatia?

You will need to take two trips to Zagreb in order to get dental implants.

Refer to the following table to see how long it will take you to get dental implants.

Procedure Visit 1 Visit 2
Single Implant 1-2 days 3-4 days
All on 4/All on 6 Implants 3 days 6-7 days
Zygoma Implant 2 days 4 days
Same Day Implant With Crown 2-3 days
Bone Graft 1-2 days
Sinus Lifting 1-2 days

Two visits are required because there is a healing period after implants are inserted.

It will take several months for the implant to fuse with the bone in a process called osseointegration.

In all this time you will be wearing a temporary prosthesis.

During your second visit, once healing is over, you will get your permanent prosthesis.

If you need a bone graft, you will need to make one extra visit as the healing takes 4-6 months.

Source: Colgate[7]Colgate
Dental Implant Surgery
“While the implant heals, you’ll wear a temporary denture…During this time, osseointegration will be occurring…when the bone begins growing into and uniting with the surface of the implant, making it a part of the natural gumline. The process can take anywhere from three to nine months…If bone grafting is needed, the healing process can take at least four to six months before installing an implant.”
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How Do I Take Care of My Dental Implants?

To ensure the success of your dental implant procedure, make sure to follow the instructions of your dentist.

Some additional aftercare tips for dental implants are:

  • Avoid hot food & drinks while numb
  • Have only soft food for a few days post-surgery
  • Quit smoking to avoid any risk of complications
  • Clean your teeth regularly, including flossing once the gums heal
  • Schedule regular dental checkups to stay on top of your dental health

No Smoking

No Smoking

Regular Checkups

Regular Checkups
Source: Medical News Today[8]Medical News Today
What problems can occur after dental implant surgery?
“Taking care of implants…follow the aftercare advice the surgeon provides… avoid hot food and drinks while numb and stick to a soft food diet for at least a few days…regular cleaning…floss the area at least once per day after the gums have healed…schedule regular dental check-ups…People who smoke may wish to consider quitting, as this will reduce the risk of complications.”
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Is It Safe to Get Dental Implants in Zagreb, Croatia?

We know you are worried whether it is safe to get dental implants in Zagreb, Croatia.

With MTC, you can rest assured that we only partner with clinics after properly screening them.

Our recommended clinics ensure your safety by:

  • Giving lifetime guarantee for dental implants
  • Holding international certifications such as ISO 9001:2008
  • Using CE-certified[9]Europa
    CE Marking
    “Many products require CE marking before they can be sold in the EU. CE marking indicates that a product has been assessed by the manufacturer and deemed to meet EU safety, health and environmental protection requirements.”
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    biocompatible materials such as premium Nobel Biocare, Straumann, & Neodent implants
  • Using the latest dental tech for accurate diagnoses such as CBCT, digital X-ray, intraoral scanners, etc.

Moreover, studies have shown that dental implants have a success rate of 93-95%.[10]Wiley Online Library
Dental implants – are they better than natural teeth?
“10-yr survival rates of 95.2% for implant-supported single crowns 12, 93.1% for implants supporting fixed dental prostheses.”
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So, all set to chase that success for yourself?

Let us tell you how to plan your dental trip to Zagreb, Croatia.

Plan Your Dental Trip to Zagreb, Croatia

How to Reach Zagreb, Croatia?

You can easily reach Zagreb by taking a flight from the UK.

Refer to the table below for more details.

Flights From UK to Zagreb (ZAG)
Origin Duration Stops
London (LHR) 2 hr 5 min Nonstop
Birmingham (BHX) 3 hr 55 min 1
Bristol (BRS) 4 hr 5 min 1
Manchester (MAN) 4 hr 10 min 1
Edinburgh (EDI) 4 hr 10 min 1

Passport & Visa for Zagreb, Croatia

The entry requirements for traveling to Zagreb from the UK are:

  • Passport issued less than 10 years ago & valid for at least 3 months
  • No Visa if you are staying for no more than 90 days in a 180-day period
Source: Gov.uk[11]Gov.uk
Foreign travel advice: Croatia
“Passport validity requirements…have a ‘date of issue’ less than 10 years before the date you arrive…have an ‘expiry date’ at least 3 months after the day you plan to leave…Visa requirements…You can travel without a visa to the Schengen area (including Croatia) for up to 90 days in any 180-day period.”
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Things to Do in Zagreb, Croatia

The fun of getting your dental implants in Zagreb is that you can also have a mini-vacation in Croatia’s capital city!

Here is a list of top attractions in Zagreb, Croatia, that are not to be missed!

1. Mirogoj


One of the most beautiful cemeteries in Europe, housing the graves & busts of famous Croatian figures.[12]Lonely Planet
“…one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Europe…Highlights include the grave of poet Petar Preradović and the bust of Vladimir Becić by Ivan Meštrović.”
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2. Dolac Market

Dollar Market

From fresh produce to locally produced oil, honey, & handicrafts, this market has got it all![13]Lonely Planet
Dolac Market
“Sellers from all over Croatia descend here daily to hawk fresh produce…The stalls at the northern end of the market are packed with locally produced honey, oil, handicrafts and cheap food.”
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3. Funicular Railway

Funicular Railway

Built in 1888, this short & steep funicular railway line connects the lower and upper towns of Zagreb.[14]Lonely Planet
Funicular Railway
“This very short, and steep, funicular railway line, constructed in 1888, connects the Lower and Upper Towns of Zagreb.”
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4. Trg Bana Jelačića

Trg Bana Jelačića

This square is the heart of Zagreb and is named after a 19th century Croatian governor.[15]Lonely Planet
Trg Bana Jelačića
“Zagreb’s main orientation point…The square’s name comes from Ban Jelačić, the 19th-century ban (viceroy or governor)…”
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If you want to do something truly unique and quirky, make sure to visit the Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb![16]The New York Times
When Relationships Fail, This Museum Keeps the Stuff Left Behind
“…the Museum of Broken Relationships, one of Croatia’s busiest — and quirkiest — tourist attractions. Located in a former palace in the old town of Zagreb, Croatia’s capital, the museum displays objects sourced from heartbroken lovers worldwide alongside text telling each item’s story.”
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Travel Tips for Zagreb, Croatia

Here are some tips for a smooth traveling experience in Zagreb:

  • You should tip 10-15 per cent in Zagreb[17]Independent
    Zagreb City Guide
    “Should I tip? 10-15 per cent.”
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  • As of 2023, the currency of Croatia is the Euro[18]Croatia.hr
    “As of 1 January 2023, the euro (EUR) will be the Croatian currency and the sole legal tender in Croatia, replacing the previous kuna.”
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  • April-May & September-October are the best months to visit[19]Nomadic Matt
    Zagreb Travel Guide
    “The shoulder season of April-May and September-October are some of the best times to visit as the crowds will have thinned out and the weather is still pleasant.”
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  • Buy a Zagreb card for free transportation on trams & buses, and even admission to museums & the zoo.[20]Nomadic Matt
    Zagreb Travel Guide
    “A Zagreb card offers free transportation on trams and buses, admission to the city’s best museums, and even entrance to the zoo…You can buy a Zagreb card online or at any of these locations in the city.”
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Zagreb is a safe city but you should beware of theft or pickpocketing & take care of your belongings in crowded areas.[21]Travel Safe Abroad
How Safe Is Zagreb for Travel?
“Zagreb is overall a safe city where violent crime is rare, and the most common crimes are non-serious ones, like theft and pick-pocketing. To make your journey as smooth and relaxed as possible, take care in busy tourist areas, where pickpockets are known to operate and avoid carrying large amounts of cash.”
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How much is an implant in Zagreb, Croatia?

A single titanium implant in Zagreb, Croatia, would cost you somewhere between €750-880 depending on the implant brand you choose.

Options available are internationally recognized brands such as Nobel Biocare, Straumann, & Neodent.

The same would cost you around €3,100 in the UK.

So, you will easily save 75% of the cost in Zagreb!

Is Zagreb, Croatia, good for dental work?

Zagreb, Croatia, is great for dental work because MTC recommended clinics:

  • Give lifetime guarantee for dental implants
  • Have international certifications such as ISO 9001:2008
  • Have highly experienced, internationally trained and accredited dentists
  • Use the best implant brands such as Nobel Biocare, Straumann, & Neodent
  • Use the latest dental technology such as CBCT, digital X-ray, intraoral scanners, etc.


Dental implants in Zagreb, Croatia, can help you unlock the beautiful potential of your smile!

Pay 70% lesser than the UK for top implant brands, internationally trained dentists, & free stay.

Visit Zagreb now and let your laugh reflect the mirth in your heart instead of hiding it!

Contact us today and let us help you get your dream smile!


  1. Colgate: Dental Implant Surgery
  2. Medical News Today: What to know about dental implants
  3. MDPI: Influence of Framework Material
  4. ScienceDirect: Immediate function dental implants
  5. Medical News Today: What problems can occur after dental . . .
  6. Europa: CE Marking
  7. Wiley Online Library: Dental implants – are they better than natural teeth?
  8. Gov.uk: Foreign travel advice: Croatia
  9. Lonely Planet: Mirogoj
  10. Lonely Planet: Dolac Market
  11. Lonely Planet: Funicular Railway
  12. Lonely Planet: Trg Bana Jelačića
  13. The New York Times: When Relationships Fail, This Museum . . .
  14. Independent: Zagreb City Guide
  15. Croatia.hr: Currency
  16. Nomadic Matt: Zagreb Travel Guide
  17. Travel Safe Abroad: How Safe Is Zagreb for Travel?