Root Canals in Turkey: World-Class Care Combined with Low Prices


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If you are looking to find low prices for root canal treatment, it might be a good idea to take a look at our verified partner clinics in Turkey.

Let Dental Departures help you to find a clinic that not only offers the best prices, but also operates at international levels while treating patients from all over the world. 

World-Class Clinics in Turkey

If you need help finding affordable treatment for a painful root canal, Dental Departures can help you find a clinic in Turkey that suits international patients. Dental Departures is an online dental tourism hub that has researched every facet of the Turkish dental tourism scene to find you the most highly recommended clinics in the region.

All our recommendations are handpicked for their excellence and meet high European dental standards with prices that really are affordable and fair.

Here is a selection of handpicked clinics in Turkey for your root canal treatments:

Finding Affordable Root Canal Prices

As an example of how much you can save in Turkey, at Clinique Dent Beaute in Istanbul, patients from across Western Europe can expect to pay just US $100 (CAN $128; UK £74; Euro €84; Aus $130; NZ $142) for their root canal treatment.

This is compared to the prices in the US at around $1,275 (CAN $1,636; UK £954; Euro €1,133; Aus $1,660; NZ $1,706).

[Please note that these are estimates at the time of writing.]


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