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Dental Clinics In Delhi
Differnt offices: You can go to wherever you want but why? Find a dentist you trust and like and have had a good success record with..... And stay there...... ...Read more
Is there anything other than the dental programs offered at the clinics that can make my total amount cheaper anything can help..?
Try: Calling the university clinic because teaching universiies have lower fees. At least, you won't be limited to merely fillings and extraction. You will have a more comprehensive exam backed up by instructors but usually, the wait is long. You will find in the long run that saving your teeth will give more returns if you cannot afford a private practitioner. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
More caution: Diabetic patients should be treated the same as anyone else. However, the diabetes needs to be well controlled. If a patient has uncontrolled diabetes they will be more prone to infection and have delayed healing. Diabetic patients tend to have a higher risk of periodontal disease. If periodontal disease is rampant blood sugar control is more difficult to attain as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Your dental work will be carefully monitored by faculty dentists who are often leaders in their field. Also, you will likely be seen by more than one dentist in the course of your treatment. The downside is that procedures take more time in a teaching institution. If you have more time than money, perfect. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Number of reasons: Many reasons; here are a few. Cost, risk factor, certification needed by practitioners to use it, facility space limitations, potential for misuse, increased difficulty to work when it is being used and is often in the way, extra time required to use and re-oxygenate the patient. Additionally, it has ,sadly, become a crutch for many, although an almost bona fide necessity for some. Good Luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nitrous Oxide use: First, you have to be trained and not every dentist is. Secondly, and more importantly, dental insurance companies do not generally pay for this service. Dental clinics are looking to cut costs and would have to offer this premium service at no charge, or the patients would have to pay out of pocked. Both scenarios are unlikely. You generally get what you pay for in this world. ...Read more
Is the surgery needed to cut the gum to remove the same as other dental clinic that remove wisdom tooth?
Unclear ?: At least to me, your question is unclear. Please restate it. ...Read more
Dental implant crowns are more expensive than standard ones and not covered with my insurance. Besides dental school clinic-how to lower their cost?
True: Dental implant crowns are more expensive than standard "tooth" crowns. It is rare that a low budget dental implant crown is available. Dental implant treatment is the best option available and there is premium for this treatment. Be aware that if there are really "cheap" crowns or dental implants being offered, the quality may be compromised. In the long run it may cost more. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Last week, I had two dental implants done. Little post-op pain, took 1.5 hours in chair, high cost. Need 3 more. Dental school clinic a good option?
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My lower front teeth is aching for the last 3 days now. It happens hours after eating sweets and they are splitting. should i go to a dental clinic?
University dental clinic student periodontist's supervisor advised to pull molar. Said: no brainer. Did 2nd opinion and still have the tooth. Why...?
Philosophy: Dentists may differ on their opinion as to what is the best treatment in a particular set of circumstances, based upon their own philosophies and experience. Sometimes these decisions are not black and white. I know I have changed some of my own philosophies over the years as new research gives us more information and my own experiences & thoughts evolve over time. Often, it's a judgment call. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I went to dental clinic today and just found a lot of blisters in mouth. Never had before. Why do I have? So scary. Should I leave them or call doc?
Diagnosis: What did the doctors at the clinic say your blisters were? They actually saw them and their location, info that is needed to make a proper diagnosis. If they do not know what the lesions are, they should refer you to an oral surgeon who may have more experience with such problems. All the best. ...Read more
Going on second week of shortness of breath now at rest. Went to the clinic where the dr did EKG and said it was norm. Had dental wrk done 3 weeks ago, what could this be? Feel cold air in chest too.
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