International Dental Care

We have been delivering dental care to patrons from across the world over the past many years and strive to continue doing so.

Our expertise and capabilities in the field of clinical dentistry are at par with international standards and we strive to make the experience for our international patients a pleasant one keeping in mind the fine sensibilities and nuances involved.

We work towards personalizing the experience for patients who visit India for the first time. Treatment planning and appointments are scheduled in a way that allows the patients time to explore the city, see a few sights and even plan a short trip within the country. We assist patients with hotel and taxi bookings, holiday planning and share local tips and information on shopping, entertainment and eating out.

Over the years we have managed to secure special discounts for our patients with hotels nearby as a result of repeated referrals.

The Dental Creations Advantage:

  • Clinical services at par with the international standards
  • Sterilization protocols followed as per the American Dental Association and ISO standards
  • Tie-ups with reputed dental tourism service providers
  • A thorough understanding of the apprehensions and expectations of our international patrons
  • Appointment scheduling and tentative treatment planning via e-mail
  • Thoroughly updated on international treatment systems through world-class Continuing Dental Education programmes
  • Travel and tourism assistance
  • Local city guide assistance
  • Accept payments though all major credit cards, foreign currency and wire transfers

India at a Glance

Travelling to India for a foreign passport holder requires a visa. Please click on the link below for applying for an E-visa:

Travelling to and within India is often an unforgettable experience with its myriad sights, smells, hues and landscapes. Tourists quickly discover that India is a vibrant and culturally rich country.

Routine Medical Care

  • Check about any vaccinations you may require as per the travel advisory issued by your country of origin before you leave.
  • Carry a copy of your personal health record with you when you travel.
  • Pack an ample supply of prescription and routine medications in their original packaging.
  • Don’t forget to get travel insurance before you leave.

Food and Water Precautions

  • Tourists run a risk of developing diarrhoea in any foreign country. It is advisable to drink bottled water only.
  • Wash or sanitize your hands before eating.
  • Always choose fresh food that has been thoroughly cooked and is served hot. Meat and fish should be "well done".
  • Avoid raw foods, shellfish, pre-peeled fruit and salad.
  • Avoid street vendors and market food because the standard of hygiene may be low and food may not be fresh.

Standard of Health Care

  • Good quality medical care which is at par with international standards is available in private hospitals in all metro cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Bangalore. Private facilities in other major cities also provide a good healthcare facilities.
  • Indian doctors in private practice and private hospitals in the cities are well trained and experienced to handle international patients. Communication is seldom a problem as English is widely spoken.

Tourism in India
International tourists are spoilt for choice due to endless options available on hand. Right from beach destinations to places of historical interest, from quaint villages to pulsating cities, from spiritual journeys to adventure sports, India offers something for everyone.

For any assistance with your travel itinerary, we would be glad to put you across to our preferred travel service providers who will help you chalk out a customized plan as per your requirement.

Mumbai at a glance

The period between October and February is the most pleasant time to visit Mumbai. From March onwards the temperature and humidity start to rise gradually. It gets very hot just before the monsoon rains break in mid-June. The rains last until September. The annual temperatures range from a high of 37°C (100°F) to a low of 11°C (52°F).

Getting around
Excellent public transport is available for getting around the city in the form of taxis, auto rickshaws, buses and trains. Taxis are the most convenient and comfortable way of getting around. Black-Yellow taxis can be flagged at any corner of the street. Air-conditioned taxis like ‘Cool Cabs’, ‘Meru Cabs’, ‘Uber’ or ‘Ola’ can be booked over the phone. The fares are paid strictly by meter..

Mumbai offers various options for all kinds of accommodation needs. Areas closest to our centre include Dadar, Bandra, Lower Parel, Marine Drive and Colaba where one can find hotels ranging from 5/ 4 star properties to economy hotels.

We recommend the following hotels with the contact numbers:

Luxury Hotels Contact Numbers
Four Seasons +91-22-2481 8000
ITC Grand Central +91-22-2410 1010
Grand Hyatt +91-22-6676 1234
Taj Lands End +91-22-6668 1234
Economy Hotels Contact Numbers
Hotel Marine Plaza +91-22-2285 1212
Hotel Midtown Pritam +91-22-4344 9999
Ramee Guestline, Dadar +91-22-2411 6592
Hotel Amigo +91-22-2446 3339

Dining Out
Mumbai is a gastronomical delight for those who like to experiment with food and try new flavours and cuisines. The local staple diet comprises of mainly seafood. The city has various specialty seafood restaurants where you can indulge your cravings for the famous Indian curry. Mumbai is also famous for its lip smacking street foods which the more adventurous can sample. International cuisines like Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Japanese and Lebanese are also available.

Mumbai offers its visitors a pulsating night life. The city is considered one of the safest to be out even at late hours. If catching a flick is what you want to do, head to any of the multiplexes in the various malls dotting the city. The sea offers a spectacular backdrop to have a quiet meal or just sit along Marine Drive and enjoy the cool breeze. Mumbai also has a vibrant theatre scene. One can catch a play at the famous Prithvi Theatre or St. Andrew’s Auditorium. For the hip and happening, South Mumbai and the suburbs are packed with discotheques and pubs that play all genres of music. Don’t be surprised if you rub shoulders with celebrities from the Indian film and television industry.

Mumbai has a rich cultural heritage which offers visitors architectural marvels in Gothic style, museums and art galleries. The rich cultural diversity is reflected in the various places of worship of all religions. Heritage walks are organised for larger groups.Beaches, hill stations, places of historical interest and spiritual destinations are the perfect weekend destination for those who wish to head out of the city.