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  • Compare The Cost of Dental Treatments Abroad
    May be used as a comparison guideline only as this is based on Treatment Abroad PriceWatch Survey 2008. Prices may have changed in the last 2 years.

    The information provided here on the cost of porcelain bonded crowns abroad is obtained from the Treatment Abroad PriceWatch Survey 2008, an independent survey of medical tourism prices. Comparisons of the cost of crowns abroad are provided below. Bear in mind that these are average costs based on a survey of a large number of clinics and hospitals abroad. Also note that the pound sterling prices calculated below, were based on a Euro conversion rate of €1.2 = £1, and a dollar conversion rate of US$1.75 = £1.

    Available data on the internet for Scale of Fees 2007 (Malaysian Dental Association) click here.

    Porcelain Bonded Crowns
    Country UK sterling price including hospital and doctors' fees US dollar equivalent Percentage saving on UK price
    UK £570 $998
    Bulgaria £326 $571 43%
    Costa Rica £205 $359 64%
    Croatia £229 $401 60%
    Cyprus £318 $557 44%
    Czech £225 $394 61%
    Greece £159 $278 72%
    Hungary £198 $347 65%
    India £76 $133 87%
    Italy £383 $670 33%
    Latvia £255 $446 55%
    Lithuania £181 $317 68%
    Macedonia £100 $175 82%
    Malaysia £111 $194 81%
    Panama £269 $471 53%
    Philippines £46 $81 92%
    Poland £230 $403 60%
    Portugal £398 $697 30%
    Romania £189 $331 67%
    Serbia £184 $322 68%
    Slovakia £161 $282 72%
    Spain £289 $506 49%
    Thailand £175 $306 69%
    Turkey £183 $320 68%
    Venezuela £179 $313 69%
    Vietnam £179 $313 69%

    Wisdom Tooth Extraction
    Country UK sterling price including hospital and doctors' fees US dollar equivalent Percentage saving on UK price
    UK £425 $744
    Bulgaria £119 $208 72%
    Costa Rica £154 $270 64%
    Croatia £153 $268 64%
    Cyprus £159 $278 63%
    Greece £159 $278 63%
    Hungary £103 $180 76%
    India £100 $175 76%
    Italy £105 $184 75%
    Lithuania £70 $123 84%
    Malaysia £52 $91 88%
    Poland £104 $182 76%
    Slovakia £46 $81 89%
    Spain £187 $327 56%
    Thailand £82 $144 81%
    Turkey £92 $161 78%
    Venezuela £100 $175 76%
    Vietnam £51 $89 88%

    Root Canal (Three)
    Country UK sterling price including hospital and doctors' fees US dollar equivalent Percentage saving on UK price
    UK £220 $385
    Bulgaria £80 $140 64%
    Costa Rica £154 $270 30%
    Croatia £80 $140 64%
    Cyprus £119 $208 46%
    Czech £86 $151 61%
    Greece £80 $140 64%
    Hungary £122 $214 45%
    India £43 $75 80%
    Italy £100 $175 55%
    Lithuania £90 $158 59%
    Malaysia £200 $350 9%
    Philippines £51 $89 77%
    Poland £97 $170 56%
    Romania £159 $278 28%
    Slovakia £46 $81 79%
    Spain £119 $208 46%
    Thailand £123 $215 44%
    Turkey £50 $88 77%
    Vietnam £103 $180 53%

  • A Smile is an Important Social Asset ... Virtually All Americans (99.7%) Believe
    A smile is an important social asset.

    96% of adults believe an attractive smile makes a person more appealing to members of the opposite sex.

    Three-quarters (74%) of adults feels an unattractive smile can hurt a person's chances for career success.

    What is the first thing you notice in a person's smile?

    Whiteness & Color of Teeth
    Cleanliness of Teeth
    Sincerity of Smile
    Missing Teeth
    Sparkle of Smile

    What types of things do you consider make a smile unattractive?

    Discolored, Yellow, or Stained Teeth
    Missing Teeth
    Crooked Teeth
    Decaying Teeth
    Gaps & Spaces in Teeth
    Dirty Teeth

    What would you most like to improve about your smile?

    Whiter & Brighter Teeth

    All stats are based upon a 2004 scientific poll of the American public. AACD stats Cosmetic Dentistry Consumer Stats In a recent independent study conducted on behalf of the AACD.

  • Dental Bridge Basics
    A bridge created by a cosmetic dentist is completely metal-free ... creating a natural looking smile.

    Description of Procedure
    A dental bridge (or pontic) is a custom-made false tooth or teeth, that is permanently placed between two healthy teeth, filling in the area left by a missing tooth or teeth. The bridge is held in place by porcelain crowns placed on the healthy teeth on each side of space to be filled.

    A bridge created by a cosmetic dentist is completely metal-free. As a result, the bridge absorbs light, creating a natural looking smile. (Bridges made of porcelain fused to metal actually reflect light, creating an "unnatural" look for the tooth or teeth.)

    Bridges reduce the risk of gum disease, limit the shifting of remaining teeth, help correct some bite problems and help improve speech.

    How It's Done
    The dentist will first administer an anesthetic to numb the area. Then, a minimal amount of tooth structure will be removed from the teeth on either side of the space to be filled by the new tooth or teeth. This material is removed to provide the needed space for the new crowns.

    An impression of the area will be made. This impression will be sent to a dental laboratory, serving as a model from which the bridge will be created.

    The patient will then be fitted with a temporary bridge. At the next visit, when the permanent bridge is ready, the temporary bridge will be removed. The new bridge will be fitted and adjusted for perfect fit and comfort. The new bridge will then be bonded to the teeth.

    No advanced technology is necessary to create a bridge.

    Recovery Expectations
    Both the preparation and placement of the temporary bridge as well as the bonding of the permanent bridge may cause some minor tenderness in the area. Ibuprofen can reduce the symptoms.

    There are no known complications associated with the use of a bridge.

    Am I a Candidate?
    If you have a missing tooth or teeth, you are a candidate for a dental bridge.

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    The Cost of a Smile
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    Types of Teeth
    Baby Bottle Tooth Decay
    Seven Ways to Improve Your Smile
    List Of Qualifications Recognised Under Section 12(1) Of The Dental Act 1971
    Private Healthcare Facilities And Services Act 1998

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