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Q: Did you ever fix your teeth in China?

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Name of the mentioned dental Hospital is 'JINGZHOU DENTAL HOSPITAL'. 

Clinics are open all around China as in Beijing,  Shijiazhuang,  Xuchang,  Xingyi,  Bijie,  Liupanshui and more.

 

 I inherited bad chew set-up and I often need dentist's repairs. I was the longest on the dentist chair for some two hours in EU and USA, before I tried with repair in China.

 

I have complicated thing done now in Guizhou. Implants on both gums and similar. I sat into the chair today at 9:30 am and I left dentistry at 4:10 pm with 15' lunch break at noon.

 

I mean, this guy here is relentless, but I loose patience and after 2 hours everything hurts and similar.

 

I felt asleep few times here and  .. and I came back to this world by hearing my own 'da hu lu'. 

 

My Q should be: 'What was the longest time you sit in the dentist's chair?'

 

2 years 29 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - China

 
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probably 30 minutes and that was a couple of years back getting a crown and filling done.
I have no problem recommending my Dentist in Mudanjaing .
good work and a great price ..last year the dentist in Australia tried to over charge and service for $4600 aus .
flights for me the wife and 2 kids return from Harbin was $2900
dentist cost me $100 all done in record time and we stayed in China a month .

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probably 30 minutes and that was a couple of years back getting a crown and filling done.
I have no problem recommending my Dentist in Mudanjaing .
good work and a great price ..last year the dentist in Australia tried to over charge and service for $4600 aus .
flights for me the wife and 2 kids return from Harbin was $2900
dentist cost me $100 all done in record time and we stayed in China a month .

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I am very happy with my dental work that I got done in China... very happy, VERY HAPPY  when I just pay the with cash from my pocket instead of taking out a mortgage on my home, back home.

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I got a root canal and crown replacement for about 1400 rmb with a platinum screw (nickel screw for the poor 800 rmb), the dentists made the comment that western dentist make the hole for filling in too big, so that the crown needs to be replaced in 7 to 10 years, so they can get more money, the crowns i got in Mexico actually held up better than from american dentists. Across the border of El Paso, the Washington dental clinic will do the root canal in the morning, measure for the crown and put it in that afternoon for about 400 dollars. I asked a Mexican and Chinese dentists if they have endodontists (dentists who replace old root canals) and they said why do you need it replaced? why indeed?

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just 10 mins. For polishin'. Gud job done.

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Dentist several times, just for toothache type work.  Fillings I guess.  Always first-rate service.

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/bye-bye-fillings-alzheimer-drug-213832463.html

 

hang on to your money, the British are coming to save the day.wink lets hear it for the Lymies.

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one of my front teeth broke off just below the gum line. The dentist in Meishan made a replacement for 200 Rmb ($40Cdn). THe dentist in Edmonton would have charged $200.

The job in China was great.

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30 minutes when I was getting a filling done in Shenzhen at one of AKJ Dental Clinics in Futian. 

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Just swish some hot water. 

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