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Q: Dental implants in china?

Best place to get implants in china? how much would it cost and most reliable dentist? Please share your experiences. 

6 years 41 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - China

 
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Here is my thread about implants in China:

 

http://answers.echinacities.com/question/did-you-ever-fix-your-teeth-china

 

Jingzhou Dental Hospital is 'State-of-the-Art' facility with dental hospitals in many cities around China. See 'jingzhougroup.com' for more in Chinese:

 

http://www.jingzhougroup.com

No English on web link, so I can't read where else are also open. Beijing and in some 10 other cities around China.

 

I am close to the finish of the whole repair:

 

'replacement - remodeling of the whole chew with some 5-7 teeth of my own remaining, everything else is new with ceramic implants and teeth'. 

I have 'movie-star-look' and no changes at speech/pronunciation.

In my city, there is Chinese English speaking manager at Jingzhou Dental Clinic who is translating all future procedures ..... 

 

Price: 120k RMB, i.e. 'middle price' offered in some 10 months of repair.

 

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Raz, I doubt you'd need to go far to find an excellent dentist. That's one aspect of life in China that always impressed me - the availability of cheap, competent dentists.

 

I don't know where you're living but if you ask around there,especially among the expat community I'm sure you'll find one.

 

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I had a back tooth implant done in Shenzhen, cost 25,000 it was great and done well

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Expensive! That's HK's price.

 

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There are advertisements in GZ currently for 8,000rmb per implant.

icnif77:

At my dentistry, S. Korean-all metal 10 implants would cost 50 - 60k RMB, Swedish-all ceramic for 85k RMB and the most expensive French-all ceramic for 180k Rmb.

 

I am not really sure exact no. I got (11 or 12) ...10 Swedish implants on upper and 2 Frenchies on bottom for around 120k.

 

In EU, for the same work&material ----> multiply above price by 5. Me very .... .

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I had my dental implant done in Shenzhen cost me about 20,000RMB, was not that bad after hearing all the horror stories online about dental work in China. I visted a dental hospital at Luohu Railway Station in Shenzhen. I've had other friends get their dental work done at clinics in Shekou.  

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