City Dental is constantly working to maintain the highest quality.

Below we will try to answer some of your most commonly asked questions

To find out more, please get in contact with us.

Yes, we have patient insurance. All healthcare clinics in Sweden must have patient insurance. Just like at the public dental service and private dental practices.

Yes, as a patient at City Dental you can apply for an interest-free loan for up to 12 months. You can quickly and easily apply online and get a decision immediately. Find out more under the heading dental care loans.

Yes, City Dental takes the most common payment cards, although we not take Diners.

No, unfortunately, we do not accept cash.

All of our dentists either have a MSc in Dental Surgery from Sweden or the equivalent from abroad. All of our dentists are licensed by Socialstyrelsen (the National Board of Health and Welfare).

Yes, we are affiliated to Försäkringskassan (the Social Insurance Agency).

Book online here or call us on 08 20 20 80, or come to the clinic at Drottninggatan 27.

Monday – Friday: 07:30 – 21:00

Saturday: 09:00 – 17:00

Sunday: 10:00 – 17:00

Yes, we have emergency appointments every day. There may be some waiting time. Welcome to the clinic.

Yes, you are welcome. Many of our patients live outside Stockholm.

If you have any questions about your invoice, please contact our finance department.

Email: [email protected]

If you want to get in touch with us about your treatment, call us on: 08-20 06 80.
A new dental care subsidy will apply from 1 January 2019. Everyone from the age of 24 will receive subsidised dental care. This subsidy consists of a dental care allowance plus high-cost protection. Adults receive a dental allowance that is valid for two years at a time. The size of the allowance depends on how old you are:

  • If you are aged 24-29, the dental allowance is SEK 600 for two years.
  • If you are aged 30-64, the dental allowance is SEK 300 for two years.
  • If you are aged 65+, the dental allowance is SEK 600 for two years.

Reimbursement by Försäkringskassan (the Social Insurance Agency) is determined on the basis of a national reference price list. If the dentist’s price corresponds to the reference price, or is lower, then this is the price on which reimbursement is based.

  • For dental care up to SEK 3,000 you pay full price (applies to adults).
  • For dental care of SEK 3,001-15,000, you will be reimbursed for 50 percent of the cost.
  • For dental care over SEK 15,000, you will be reimbursed for 85 percent of the cost.

However, not all dental care is eligible for reimbursement. For example, no reimbursement is made for a crown on molars or for root canal treatment on a wisdom tooth. Cosmetic dental care, such as tooth whitening, is paid for entirely by the patient, as is scaling and polishing.