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About us


Dental Centar Omega is family owned private dental clinic and it was established in 2008. However, the business is in existence with same team of our professors and doctors goes back 20 years in past.  Our team consists of internationally recognized doctors of dental medicine, professors, assistant professors and members active in the scientific community. Each member of our team is continuously educated, attending both international and domestic scientific congresses. Constant and continuous education of our team members in wide fields of dental medicine is a guarantee of successful treatment and ability to provide best solutions for our patients. We approach each patient individually and we address problems through a custom tailored treatment providing best care and virtually painless treatment.


In our clinic we offer our patients only scientific based dental materials and implants with Premium level of quality and tecnology. We dont use “low quality materials”, “cheap implants” or “low cost dental tourism dentistry” and only proven dental professors with long term clinical experience can provide for uor patients premium level of quality and therapy. The cheaper dentistry you pay now, the more expensive it will be in future.

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Why  travel to another country for a dental treatment?



Croatia, as a centraly located european country, has a longterm experience and superb quality of dental treatment. Due to its constant influence of highly developed surrounding countries, dental treatment became  equal  to the world standards. That is the main reason why people from another countries decide to come to Croatia for complete dental treatment. Croatian doctors and scientists are world known and our Universities are accepted all over the world.

The city of Zagreb, capital of Croatia, on the historic and political threshold between East and West, illustrates both the continental and Mediterranean spirit of the nation it spearheads. Zagreb is the cultural, scientific, economic, political and administrative centre of the Republic of Croatia, and is home to the Croatian Parliament, Government and President. Its favourable location between the Pannonian plain, the edge of the Alps and the Dinaric range has allowed it to become a crossing point for mass international communication.

Zagreb can be described as a city with the biggest lounge. The moment the sun appears in the sky in spring, restaurant, café and coffeehouse terraces open for custom. Streets become promenades, places to get a cup of coffee, relax or have a business meeting. A combination of Mediterranean cordiality and northern business sense make any visitor feel welcome. The traditional International Folklore Festival, the global festival of street performers Cest is d’Best, outdoor summer concerts on Zrinjevac, St. Martin’s Day and many other open-air events increase the feeling of communality. Described as a little Vienna, Croatia’s capital Zagreb is a mishmash of elegant Austro-Hungarian buildings and cobbled medieval streets just waiting to be explored. Often overlooked by tourists who prefer to sun themselves on Croatia’s stunning beaches,

Zagreb is a great choice for a city break destination with a difference. Think beautiful squares packed with Art Noveau and Baroque buildings, parks full of locals soaking up the summer sun and an atmosphere that combines a mix of Balkan and Central European cultures. And even though it has all the beauty of Prague and Budapest, it doesn’t quite have the reputation – yet – meaning you’ll be able to explore to your heart’s content, minus the tourist crowds.

Lounging in cafés has been a long tradition in this city. The Zagreb Green Horseshoe and the main square of Ban Josip Jelačić have always been hubs of social life in Zagreb. Nowadays, this has spread across the whole city centre, around the pedestrianised zone and even further. People from all walks of life can find something of interest here. Cafés around Ban Jelačić, or simply ‘Square’ as it is often referred to, attract prominent figures. Preradović, also known as Flower Square, is loved by artists and young people, as well as an older crowd. Tkalčićeva, once the border between Gradec and Kaptol, used to be full of pubs and served as the red-light district, but nowadays it is a trendy destination for rendezvous and relaxation for the whole family. Check and taste superb Croatian cousine in every Zagreb’s restaurant.

Dolac, the city’s main market, sits right in the centre of Zagreb. Put together the perfect picnic with fresh fruit, vegetables and bread in a country where organic produce is the norm, or pick up a hand-crafted souvenir (Gornji Grad, Medvescak).
Croatia claims to have invented the tie, said to come from the name French troops gave to their nattily attired counterparts. They stock a superb range at Croata. Croatia’s food and drink larder is justly renowned around the world these days. Find out exactly why at foodie emporium Natura Croatica, which stocks a great range of organic produce. If your thoughts are already turning to Christmas, head to Croata boutique for a great selection of quality ties. You’re in the right place as the tie was invented in Croatia.
Take the funicular up and peel back the centuries on the cobbled streets of Upper Town, a particularly graceful quarter of Zagreb. Enjoy the lofty views from various vantage points, check out local museums and relax in some of the many cafes and restaurants.
Zagreb’s Lower Town is a stately grid-like oasis lined with grand, Austro-Hungarian-era buildings, green parks and gardens, making it ideal for a winter stroll, especially if there’s snow on the ground.
Trg Ban Jelacica Zagreb’s lifeblood main square is the ideal place to kick back in a cafe and watch the world and the local trams zip by, with plenty of shops around to explore afterwards.

The romantic among you can take the funicular on Ilica, the shortest one in the world used for public transportation – you’ll reach the Upper Town in 55 seconds. All of these locations form part of the phenomenon known as špica. Every Saturday around noon people of all ages come to the centre because that is the time and place to see and be seen. The ritual is always the same: people slowly sip coffee, read the Saturday papers, stop off at Dolac market to pick up fresh produce and then go home to prepare lunch. In every neighbourhood there is a favourite meeting place where regulars feel welcome and where everybody knows your name.

The cosmopolitan buzz of Zagreb will soon strike you. Everything is accessible on foot – from your hotel to the theatre, wandering around the old Upper Town or through the bustling streets of the more modern Lower Town, which has not lost an ounce of its charm despite the eternal march of time. Venture out and let the moment take hold. There is something special about the rustle ofleaves as you stroll through the autumn colours of downtown  Zrinjevac park. There is magic in the reflections of the gas lanterns in the Upper Town, as the songs of the street performers evoke their own emotions with their distinctive sound. As night falls, everything becomes soft and subdued; the twinkle of candles in the cathedral and at the mystical Stone Gate; the cafés beckoning you in the twilight with their warm hues. Zagreb is special. It is a long-running tale that allows you room to write your own chapters with your own impressions, something for you to add to the story. Quite simply, Zagreb has a soul. And you… You have Zagreb.


If you make an appointment with Dental Centar Omega you will receive excellent quality dental treatment that can be associated with sightseeing and tourist time in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. Also you can visit nearby  beautiful National parks ( Plitvice lakes, Krka, Risnjak, etc.) towns  and islands on the Adriatic coast. Dental Centar Omega can arrange for you accomodation nearby and you will be provided by all information that you could possibly need regarding your stay in Zagreb.

The nearest hotels are: Hotel Sliško (***) 300m, Hotel Meridijan 16 (***) 300m, Hotel Lisinski (***) 800m,  Hotel Dora (***) 800m, Hotel Central (***) 2000m, Hotel Arcotel Allegra (****) 2000m, Hotel Regent Esplanade (*****) 2000m, Hotel Sheraton (*****) 2000m.

The new hotel Double Tree by Hilton(****) is open since November 2012 and it is only 2 minutes (150m) by walk from Dental Centar Omega.

In Croatia prices for dental treatments are still very acceptable in comparison to other european countries. This does not mean that the quality of services are lower. On the contrary, DCO can provide the best quality service with the best qualified specialists within the reasonable range of prices. We work only with a reputable dental materials from Western European countries and USA.
We are looking forward to your visit! Walter Dukić, Associate Professor, University of Zagreb, Director of Clinic Olga Lulić Dukić, Professor