Dental Implants Clinic in Croatia

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Dental treatment can be an expensive proposition, especially in the European countries. But, it is more affordable in many foreign countries, such as Croatia.

The cost of medical treatment and dental treatment abroad is just a fraction of what it would cost back home in any of the developed countries.
Because of this reason, insurance providers are more than willing to pay for the treatment, if it is sought from a medical facility in a foreign country that has been approved by them. Even if they include the cost of the ticket and visa fee, the total cost of the claim will be lower than it would have been were it have to be settled at home.

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Bone Graft Surgery in Dental Tourism

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Cosmetic dentistry offers a variety of treatments and procedures for individuals seeking improved dental structure and help. Dental bone implants, dental implants types, and cosmetic dentistry bonding are some of the most popular procedures performed today.

Bone grafts are a popular choice in restoring chewing function as well as appearance for individuals suffering from damage caused by periodontal disease or injury. In most situations, bone grafts are necessary for the proper placement of dental implants.

Common Types of Bone Grafts
Different types of bone grafts are utilized depending on method. The most common types of bone grafting materials include:

  • Autogenous bone
  • Allografts
  • Xenografts
  • Barrier membranes

 

The most common type of bone grafting procedures include:

  • Block bone grafting – a block of bone is removed from one area of the body and screwed into this section or position where dental implant will be placed. Bone graft must remain in place four two six months before implant is inserted.
  • Bone expansion – enable larger dental implants to be placed. Common areas for bone expansion include the front of upper jaws. Living bone expands and stretches, enabling bone expansion techniques to create larger surface areas for later dental implant insertion.
  • Sinus lift graft – dental implant surgeon’s lift the sinus membranes upward to facilitate insertion of donor bone in the floor of the sinus.
  • Socket preservation – each tooth is held in place within a tooth socket. When teeth fall out or are removed, bone in the remaining socket often degenerates. Socket preservation grafting reduces such bone loss.
  • Guided tissue regeneration – gum tissues grow quickly. To prevent gum tissues from growing over bone grafts, a membrane barrier is often used to cover surgical spaces and block gum tissues from growing into those areas.

 

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Cost comparison for dental implant in border towns – Los Algodones, Mexicali, Tijuana

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Travelling to Mexico for dental implants is a choice made by hundreds of people each year, especially form the US and Canada. Los Algodones, Mexicali and Tijuana are just some of the Mexican cities which offer affordable prices for excellent dental work.
How is dental work done so fast in Mexico? Let’s take Los Algodones for example, the ‘Dental Capital of Mexico’. You can find here more than 350 dental clinics and half this number of dental labs. Most clinics also have their own labs with modern technology, so dental crowns and implants can be ready in one day.

Most people come here for major dental work such as dental implants and crowns, saving up to 75% from the cost of these procedures at home. Sometimes they stay on the dentist’s chair for more than 9 hours a day, but all this effort is totally worth it.

Why dental implants?

Dental implants can be really expensive in the US, going as high as $4,000 for a single one. Dental implants are the only lasting solution to replace missing teeth and they can even last for a life time. The difference between implants and dentures is that the first ones do not come loose.

An implant has three parts: the implant which is placed in the jawbone, the abutment, which is attached to the implant with a screw and the crown which will perfectly resemble the missing tooth. Prices for a dental implant can vary, depending on the materials used. If the implant is made of titanium, the crown can be made of porcelain, gold, precious or non-precious alloy, porcelain fused to metal, etc.

Two or three visits to Mexico are needed for an extensive dental work. It can take up to six months for a dental implant to be completed. It takes so long because the bone needs to grow and bond with the implant. If the bone is too think or missing and bone grafting is needed this will mean 6 more months until the implant can be placed. It is a time consuming procedure, but it is also the best choice to save the other teeth and to prevent the bone from receding.

For a single or two missing teeth individual implants can be used. But when the patient has lost more teeth, the dentist might recommend the all-on-4, all-on-6 or all-on-8 dental implants, which are more efficient than dentures and last for a long time.

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Deep Cleaning Treatment Abroad: What you should know?

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Let’s face it. Most of us are afraid of the dentist, if even only a little bit. Terms like deep cleaning, scaling, and root planing literally make many of us cringe. However, dental hygiene is directly related to optimal health. Gum disease, an abscess or an infected tooth can and does affect the health and function of the human body. Deep cleaning addresses buildup of plaque and tartar on the teeth, which provide the environment in which bacteria grows and multiplies.
Deep cleaning of the teeth is achieved through processes known as scaling and root planing. A dental cleanse is a rather routine dental visit that involves the removal of plaque, also known as scaling, which removes plaque (a film covering the teeth that may be infested with bacteria) and hard calculus deposits known as tarter from the surface of the teeth.

A dental hygienist often uses a dental tools (picks, scalers and curettes), as well as ultrasonic instruments that vibrate and remove large pieces of tartar from the tooth surface. The ultrasonic device makes a whistling noise that grates on the nerves of many dental patients, but doesn’t hurt a bit. The tip of the ultrasonic instrument is rounded or curved, perfectly designed to remove tartar from the surface of the teeth and not dig into them. Root planing cleans between the teeth and below the gum line, often down to the roots.

The dental hygienist may clean one section of the mouth at a time; upper right or left quadrant, or lower right or left quadrant. Following the scaling and planing process, a polish is applied to the surface of the teeth. Cleaning each quadrant of the mouth may take between 15 minutes and 30 to 45 minutes, depending on the condition of the teeth.

In most cases, deep cleaning processes, scaling, cleaning or polishing do not cause discomfort. Minor twinges may be felt by individuals suffering from early stages of gum disease, and gums will sometimes bleed, but more often than not, a couple of Tylenol is all that is needed to address such issues.

In cases of moderate to severe gum disease or issues or if the individual is especially fearful of the dental chair, dental patients may be given oral numbing anesthetic, topical numbing gels, or even a small dose of nitrous oxide to help calm and relax the patient.

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Stop paying killer prices for your dental care and travel abroad

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Medical tourism or traveling abroad for medical procedures is not a novelty anymore. Millions of people choose to go to another country to have dental implants, cosmetic surgery or orthopedic procedures among others.

Now you can easily check online if the doctor is licensed or if the clinic is accredited, you can talk to previous patients, you can compare prices and even have an online consultation. Most of the specialists are trained at renowned universities in the world and the language barrier is no longer an issue as the majority of them speak fluent English.

Although things have significantly improved in the medical tourism industry compared to ten years ago, many people still fear to take the leap and cross the border to benefit from affordable prices, high quality care and a holiday in a foreign country.

Myths related to dental care abroad

Even if the number of people travelling abroad for dental care is increasing, there are still some myths surrounding this trend.

The first one is related to savings. Yes, you can save a lot if you do extensive dental work such as several implants, porcelain crowns or dentures. But if you cross the border to have some dental fillings, teeth cleaning or an extraction, you’d better do this in your country, as you will pay more for the trip to get there than the dental care itself. Just remember, the more dental work you need the more money you will save.

The second one is about poorly trained and unsafe dentists. Bad dentists are everywhere, whether it is the US, Canada, Mexico or India. But did you know that many foreign dentists in Thailand, Mexico, Costa Rica, Hungary or Philippines have been trained in elite UK, US or Australian dental colleges? They are also members of the British Dental Association, American Dental Association or Australia Dental Association. You can check their credentials online and also how their clinics look, before making your choice.

The third myth is related to dental insurance. Although many of the patients who travel abroad do this because they do not have dental insurance, those who have can benefit from a reimbursement from their company for the dental work done abroad. Insurance companies also encourage people to travel abroad and pay less for their dental care, that is why you would be surprised to find out that your company might give you some money back for your dental travel.

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Panoramic X-Ray Treatment Abroad

Many individuals are concerned with exposure to radiation caused by x-ray technology, but dental x-rays and panoramic x-rays expose individuals to a very small amount, usually between 2 to 4 rem (a unit of measurement of exposure to medical radiation). According to the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, individuals are exposed to roughly 350 mrems (millirems – 1,000 millirems equals 1 rem) on a yearly basis through normal background exposure to radiation sources.

Put more simply, an individual would need to receive roughly 70 full mouth series of dental x-rays averaging 18 to 20 films per series over the period of the year to reach the maximum specified safe occupational radiation level determined by the Washington State Department Of Health.

Types of Dental X-Rays

  • Full mouth series (FMX)
  • Bitewing series
  • Panoramic film (Panorex)

A full mouth x-ray series is often taken in a dentist’s office and involves four Bitewing films taken at angles to look for decay. Bitewing and Periapical film require the use of small cardboard insets that are placed inside the mouth, which contain film. Periapical films are taken from different angles to show supporting bone and tooth root growth and development. X-rays are taken from different angles and angles to reveal a variety of views of the teeth.

Bitewing films contain three elements; teeth, film, and x-ray beam taken at 90° angles. Such x-rays offer accurate representations of the structure and shape of teeth and show bones, fillings, and decay.

A Periapical film shows some distortion and is able to view teeth and structure that is not necessarily aligned or parallel in view, as in the case of Bitewing films. Distortion is a benefit in this case, as it enables a dentist to view spaces within the mouth that an exact 90° angle or view can’t display.

A Panoramic film utilizes technology that enables a dentist to take x-rays of the teeth from outside the mouth. The panoramic film machine emits a beam rather than relying on film placed inside the mouth. The technology is called a tomograph, which utilizes computer assisted technology to focus x-rays on specific areas of tissue.

For a panoramic x-ray, an individual stands in front of the machine with the chin placed on a structure that prevents movement. The machine literally swivels around the individual, enabling it to take a 360° view of the mouth. In most cases however, x-rays are taken in a complete half circle from one ear to the other, creating two dimensional representations of the teeth.
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Root Canal Treatment Abroad

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Root canal treatment is a type of dental procedure that addresses the roots of teeth. Also known as an endodontic treatment, root canal procedures address nerve damage, tooth pulp damage, or other injuries or diseases of the teeth that cause pain, infection, and loss of teeth. A root canal helps save not only the health of a single tooth, but surrounding teeth, as well as providing pain relief and return of chewing function.

When most people hear about someone having a root canal procedure, they cringe. However, patients should know that root canal surgery is no more painful than having a typical filling. Contrary to popular belief, root canal surgeries do not require a multitude of visits to a dentist, but in most cases can be performed in 1 to 2 office visits.

Another popular misconception is that root canal surgery involves removing the root of the tooth. Actually, the damaged or diseased pulp from inside the tooth is removed during such a procedure, and then filled with another substance to replace it.

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All on Eight Dental Implants in Mexico

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The All-on-8 dental implants system is a variant of the all-on-four system based on the same concept. The only difference is that 8 front implants are used instead of 4. Also, most of the All-on-4 technique use acrylic dentures while the All-on-8 use dental bridges with crowns, which provides more natural-looking teeth.

The all on 8 dental implants system in Mexico gives a perfect and bright smile without the hassle of dentures that don’t stay in place. It is also a system which uses a series of high-tech dental implants to support dentures or crowns.

The All-on-eight procedure:

Your gums or jaw structure are first assessed by your implantologist, to see if your jaw can withstand the all-on-8 dental implants system. Usually, there are two stages involved in the placement of the all-on-8 dental implants:

  • 2-4 days stay for the dental implant procedure
  • 2-4 days stay for the bridge placement and final touches

 

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Dental implants in Tbilisi, Georgia

Having healthy teeth is crucial for your appearance, self esteem and self confidence! With these flawless, affordable dental treatments available in Georgia you’ll look and feel great and you’ll regain your dental health in no time!
Healthy Dent Dental Clinic (Tbilisi, Georgia) is a modern dental clinic which features the latest technology a highly trained medical team (whose expertise cover a wide range of dental areas) and offers a wide range of dental treatments. The clinic’s success is based on its high-standards and low costs. The medical supplies used are of the best quality and are imported from USA, Germany and Switzerland.

Regardless if your dental issues are visible or not, they have to be solved in the shortest time, so that you restore and maintain your life quality to the desired standards. Unfortunately, dental treatments have a high cost in most of the countries. The good news is that in Georgia, a place renowned for its top notch dental clinics and experienced dentists, you can find the dental treatments you need at affordable costs.
Cost of Dental Treatments in Tbilisi Georgia

At Healthy Dent Dental Clinic (Tbilisi, Georgia), the offer includes all types of dental treatments, with the total price of more than $4,000. The dental packages are customizable and available to both international and local patients.
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Dental Veneers in Costa Rica

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Need a quick fix to your teeth’s stains and cracks? Try dental veneers in San Jose Costa Rica!

Dental veneers (sometimes called porcelain laminates) are wafer-thin tooth-colored shells created to improve the teeth’s front surface and conceal its impurities. These wafer-thin shells are attached to the front of the teeth in turn changing their size, shape, color and length.

Dental Veneers Procedure:

The placement of dental veneers may be completed in two dental visits in six weeks.

After assessment and some diagnostics, your dentist will help you choose the best teeth color for your veneers from a special shade chart. Then, your dentist will create a customized treatment plan basing from the examinations he did.

In placing the veneer, the dentist first administers a local anesthetic to minimize pain. Next, he prepares your teeth by reshaping it using a bur. If you opt for composite resin veneers, the dentist will apply, shape and let it harden using high intensity light. Additional composite maybe needed to correct its form and appearance. When it is all in place, it will be polished using a bur.

If you opt for porcelain veneers, the dentist will create an impression of your teeth through a mold. Next, it will be sent to a dental laboratory to be professionally fabricated. Dentists who have CAD/CAM technology may design the veneers you need in one visit. Using CAD/CAM technology, your veneer restorations will be created, bonded and adjusted onto your teeth in one dental visit. This type of treatment is also called “same day dentistry.”
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