Affordable dental care
There are good and bad doctors anywhere in the world.  As elsewhere, a medical procedure, including dental ones, involve risks (infection, failure, healing problems). It should start from if you feel confident.
  "Do not believe everything that there is on the forums, some are driven by doctors and clinics who recruit well". Even if it receives fewer calls for failures before this happens again, you should take a good look.
  Consulting firms maintain insurance to protect you in case of problems. They must be studied and talk before leaving. If it turns out that the problem is the surgeon or dentist, you are promised a second surgery at no charge. Difficult to verify though.
  If you have done it alone, it is best to go back and consult the surgeon who treated you and negotiate an amicable solution. With all the risks that entails ...

23 questions before going abroad for dental treatment

Tips for prospective patients to dental clinics abroad; 23 questions to ask a dentist to a foreign country:

Here are 23 important questions to ask the surgeon or dentist questions if you plan to have treatment abroad.

1. What are your qualifications and where can I check?
2. Do you have a specialty and where can I verify this information?
3. What are the treatment options you offer me?
4. How many times have you done this procedure?
5. What is your success rate?
6. Are there any side effects or risks associated with the procedure?
7. What are the postoperative / after treatment infection rates in your clinic?
8. How would the clinic react if an emergency after severe complications circumstances were to occur during the procedure?
9. What should I expect right after surgery? For example, will I feel pain, have a bruise?
10. At what stage of treatment will I be able to try the first results of treatment?
11. What kind of care will I need after treatment?
12. How long will I have to stay abroad until I was well enough to go home?
13. What happens if I am not satisfied with the treatment or if there are complications after surgery?
14. Who will pay for therapy (patch treatment) and the associated costs?
15. Can you put me in touch with some of your former patients?
16. How will I communicate with physicians, dentists, nurses and other health professionals involved in my care?
17. In what language my medical notes will be written?
18. Who can I contact for advice once I'm back home?
19. How you, your clinic or hospital are insured?
20. What happens if I change my mind at the last minute?
21. Are you trained or certified in the use of English language for dental specialty?
22. What happen if the initial on-site diagnosis is different than the one on which the quotation was made?
23. Would you give me all these answers in written, in English?

This list is just the beginning. Once you start doing your research, you can have a lot more questions. If you cannot get satisfactory answers to all your questions, you ask if is wise to continue...

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