Why Travel For Dental?
Popular Dental Treatments
- Dental check-up or exam
- Whitening and bleaching
- Dental Crowns
- Root Canals
- Dental Implants
- Denture and Bridges
- All in 4, All in 6
Dental Check-up or Examination
When was the last time you went to the dentist for a check-up? Dental professionals recommend a routine dental examination twice a year to check for problems like cavities, gum disease, or more serious problems like mouth cancer or infection. Even if you haven't had a dental check-up in more than six months, you can find an affordable, high-quality dental treatment on your next business trip or vacation. A bright smile could be the best souvenir you bring home!
And dental offices around the world are staffed by highly trained dental professionals in offices with state of the art dental equipment. Above all, while prices may be more affordable than at home, quality is not compromised and may even exceed the standards you receive from your local dentist.
Your dental check-up includes a thorough teeth cleaning and polishing by a dental hygienist. In addition, digital or traditional X-rays of your teeth will be taken to look for problems that are not visible to the naked eye.
The dentist will look at the X-rays as well as conduct a complete examination of your mouth, neck and head for any signs of trouble. Therefore if any small problems are detected such as a tooth cavity, a filling or other routine services can be performed while you are there.
Make your mouth happy! Schedule your appointment for a dental check-up today!
Quick Facts about Dental Check-Ups
- Recommend 2X per year
- Includes cleaning, X-rays, exam
- Quick and easy
- High quality and affordable
- State-of-the-art equipment
Contact us today for your appointment to better dental health!
Whitening or Bleaching
Are you embarrassed by your stained or yellowed teeth? Are you ready to shine brightly and share your smile with the world? You might consider whitening your teeth.
People who have stained teeth or want to conceal their smiles can get whitening services from dentists. The teeth whitening techniques that dentists use last longer than those that are available over-the-counter, such as toothpaste containing whitening gels or strips.
A dentist can professionally bleach your teeth by applying a whitening solution to them. In addition, the dentist will use a laser light to speed up the process. The treatment takes between 30 and 60 minutes, while the results can last for approximately four months. For many, the whitening procedure is painless and affordable.
Let us schedule this quick and easy treatment for you and send you on your way to a better smile!
Quick Facts about Dental Whitening:
- Longer lasting than OTC treatments
- Only 30 – 60 minutes for treatment
- Results last @ 4 months
- Painless and affordable
Quick Facts about Veneers
- Affordable, painless, noninvasive
- Creates uniform smile
- Can last 5 – 10 years
- Custom-made covers for your teeth
Are you suffering from cracked or broken teeth? Do you suffer from severe tooth decay or a large filling? A dental crown or cap is a restoration that can help you smile confidently and chew comfortably.
A dental crown, also known as a cap, is made from porcelain, resin, or metal and custom-made for your specific teeth. Furthermore, some dentists are skilled in fitting crowns. However, if you have multiple teeth to repair or need to replace them you may prefer to see a prosthodontist.
This is how it works. An impression of the tooth is taken to fit the crown. The impression is used as a mold to make the cap. After that the cap is made by shaping the damaged tooth to make it fit over it. You can style the crown or the underlying tooth so that it fits snugly over the damaged tooth. Once the crown is in place, it can be cemented.
A crown should last between 10 and 15 years. It is relatively painless. Many dental offices have laboratories available so that crowns can be made quickly. In addition, even though the process takes several days, it can be completed in one or two visits.
It's time to repair those broken or cracked teeth! Let us schedule your dental treatment for you today!
Quick Facts about Dental Crowns/Caps
- Fixes broken or cracked teeth
- Repairs teeth with large cavities
- Lasts 10-15 years
- Relatively painless
- Can be completed within a few days
Are you embarrassed by the fact that you have lost one or more teeth due to decay? Do you find it difficult to chew because one or more of your teeth have been lost? Are you familiar with your dentist's recommendations for dental implants? Exploring a less expensive but high quality service from one of our providers may be the answer for you.
A prosthodontist is trained to perform a dental implant procedure. Furthermore this is a highly specialized procedure used to replace or restore teeth using implants, dentures or bridges.
Implants are a permanent solution for missing or damaged teeth. They are inserted into the jawbone to replace them. In addition, many patients require multiple implants and may need work on multiple teeth at once.
If you have suffered more severe tooth loss you can look into dentures, All on-4, or All on-6 implant options. Therefore, to help you choose the best treatment for you, your dentist will discuss the options with you.
Procedure for dental implants
Local anesthesia is used to treat pain during treatment. The prosthodontist will make a small incision into the jaw bone to replace the missing tooth. After that to allow the screw to settle in the jawbone, a special implant screw will be inserted. The screw will then be covered with gum. Moreover, to protect the implant, a temporary crown can be placed over it. This will allow it to heal for between two and six months.
A second visit to the prosthodontist will be required for most people. A temporary crown is removed, and a permanent one is placed over the implant. In addition, the permanent crown or replacement teeth are permanently fixed and cannot be removed like bridges or dentures.
Due to the high cost of dental implants in some countries, many medical tourists look for affordable yet high-quality services at their preferred destinations, even if they have to take two trips. To sum up, your dentist may be able to perform the procedure in one visit, as with the All-on-4 implant technique. However depending on your situation, you might have to wait six weeks or six months. Securely and privately forward your X-rays and dental treatment plan from your local dentist to us.
Let us help you book your dental treatment today! Simply make an inquiry or request a quote today.
Quick Facts about Dental Implants
- Replace missing teeth
- Alternative to bridges or dentures
- Variety of treatments depending on your needs
- Also consider All-on-4 or All-on-6 options
Explore your options for dental implant treatments. Contac t us today!
Dentures and Bridges
Dentures or "false teeth" are full sets of removable replacements for natural teeth that have been lost because of accident or injury, tooth decay, or aging. The dentures help with everyday activities such as eating, drinking, smiling, and kissing. Furthermore they also prevent the face from looking older and puckered.
A partial or bridge is used to replace missing teeth. Partial dentures are made up of several replacement teeth. They can be used to fill in the space left by tooth loss. The bridge attaches to the space between the natural teeth and the missing teeth. To clarify this helps keep the natural teeth spaced properly. The process can be completed in two or three visits in one week.
It may take several visits up to 2 weeks to prepare for the fitting of dentures or a complete treatment. A prosthodontist is a highly skilled dental professional that specializes in the restoration and replacement of teeth. They will measure your jaw and mouth, then make molds or wax forms to create sample dentures.
Sample dentures will be adjusted to fit your mouth, ensuring color, fit and shape are correct. After that the actual denture will then be made for you by using this sample.
Your dentures will be adjusted to your mouth to allow you to comfortably speak, chew, drink, and smile.
Types of dentures
There are two options for dentures: immediate or conventional.
Conventional dentures need to have all teeth removed. After that, allow the gums to heal for between eight and twelve weeks. Once the gums have healed sufficiently, dentures can be placed in the mouth. However this approach has the downside that it leaves you without teeth while their gums heal.
The process of receiving immediate dentures differs from conventional dentures. The dentures can be fitted in your mouth immediately after the teeth have been removed. The dentures will need to be adjusted one or more times as the gums heal.
There are alternatives to dentures including dental implants, All-on-4, and All-on-6. Your dentist or prosthodontist will advise you as to the best option for you. The process of selecting the right dental professional can be expedited if you have X-rays and a treatment plan from your local dentist.
Ready to explore available options to restore your mouth to good health? Contact us today!
Quick Facts about Dentures Quick Facts about Bridges
- Replacement for complete tooth loss - Replacement for partial tooth loss
- Two or more visits during 2 weeks - Two or more visits during 1 week
- Other options including dental implants - Other options including dental implants
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All-on-4 and All-on-6
Are you missing one or all of your teeth, or both? You're not the only one. Millions of people worldwide suffer from tooth loss, whether it is partial or complete. There are many options available for tooth replacement. All-on-4 and All-on-6 implants offer a great alternative to traditional dentures, bridges, and dental implants.
The All-on-4 and 6 procedures are variations on traditional dental implants. An implant replaces a missing tooth or damaged tooth. To hold the false tooth in its place, a titanium screw is inserted into the jawbone. A crown is attached to it. For each tooth that is to be replaced, the process is repeated.
The All-on-4 and All-on-6 procedures allow for four implants, or six, depending on the situation. These anchors can be used to support entire sets of upper and lower teeth. However you don't need to have an implant for every tooth with the All-on-4 method. After that, the anchor screws have been inserted, temporary teeth can be prepared and fitted to your mouth. The procedure can be completed in one day at certain clinics with properly trained staff and a laboratory located on-site.
After the gums are healed and the screws have been bonded to the jawbone, a return visit will be required. But you will be able to have temporary teeth for the duration of the healing process.
At your next appointment, you'll be fitted with a set of permanent, comfortable teeth that will last ten to fifteen more years.
A skilled dentist or prosthodontist, (a highly trained dental professional who specializes in the replacement and restoration of teeth) is ready to evaluation your dental health to determine the best options for you to restore your smile.
Ready to request your free consultation? Contact us today!
Quick Facts about All-on-4
- Alternative to dentures, bridges, traditional dental implant
- May be done on one day
- Only available for certain patients
- Fewer implants means faster healing
In the event that you experience shooting pains in your mouth while eating or drinking, or your gums swell because of infection, you may require root canal therapy in order to prevent tooth loss.
Root canals are often referred to as a blessing. This is when tooth decay results in nerve damage that causes severe pain. An endodontist is trained in root canal treatments and has experience in treating nerves and pulp.
Procedure for root canal
You will be given local anesthesia before the root canal treatment can begin. This is to help with pain management. After that, the jaw and mouth are numb, the dentist will drill the decayed tooth. In addition, the pulp is removed while the remaining tooth is left intact. The nerve canal is cleaned and then filled with synthetic material. The treatment is completed when the tooth is fully restored.
Your tooth may have suffered too much decay that it is impossible to save. Therefore, to determine the best treatment for your long-term dental health, your dentist or endodontist will make a plan.
Need relief from dental pain? Contact us today to schedule your dental treatment.
Quick Facts about Root Canals
- Specialized treatment
- Involves damage to tooth nerve
- May require 2 visits over 2-5 days
- Tooth may or may not be saved