How to Pay at Delhi Dental Center.

How to Pay for your Dental treatment in India

At Dr. Goswami’s Delhi Dental Center, in India. We take the payments for the dental treatment procedures we do before the start of the treatment – all Payment in advance. We prefer payments to be made in cash. For people coming from abroad seeking dental treatment procedures through dental tourism in India – they can pay us in cash, Bank transfers, Debit cards or Credit cards.

Cash Payments.

We accept payments primarily in Cash Only, if you want to pay us in cash we accept all the major currencies like Euros, Sterling, Dollars ( all Dollars ) and Indian currency notes are all accepted at our Dental clinic in India.

Bank Transfer

You can transfer your payment to our bank account through internet banking service. Some of the money before you come to us and the rest as we start your treatment, as this takes three to five days to complete the money transfer to our account. You have to tell your bank person that you are going to India for treatment and you have to transfer this much amount of money to an account in India – it will be easy for you then.

What you Should Bring to Delhi.


Euros, Sterling, Dollars and Indian Rupees notes are all accepted in our dental tourism clinic in India. It is the best mode of payment at our clinic, you can bring up to 10,000 $ in cash per person in India. No problem in bringing this much of cash with you – rest you can bring in – Travellers cheques or in your Travel cards.

Travellers Cheques.

You will get the best value for money if you bring travellers cheese in USD $. Therefore, UK patients should bring sterling travellers cheques and Irish patients should bring Euro travellers cheques, Americans Canadians & Australians’ should bring travellers cheques in their respective Dollars. Some banks issue travellers’ cheques free of commission.

You can bring up to 3000 USD $ in travellers’ cheques per person in India.

We will advise you which bank is currently offering the best rate so that you can convert your travellers’ cheques into the local currency in India which is Indian Rupee. You can then use your Indian Rupees to pay for your dental treatment.

You must take your travellers cheque purchasing receipt with you as some banks have a limit on how much you can change per day without this receipt.

Debit card to use in ATM machines.

Some banks here do not charge for ATM withdrawals in foreign countries although they may limit your daily withdrawal – limit here is 20,000 INR to 40,000 INR in a day.

If you are going to use this method of getting cash in India, you should contact your bank and ask them to increase your daily limit so you can take larger amounts from the ATM.

Most important thing is you should let your bank know in advance that you are going to India and to New Delhi, so they will let you operate your card here otherwise for security reasons they block your card and then it will be big problem for you.

At Delhi Dental Center, our dental tourism concepts for international patient services includes: