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Q: I need a dental Implant, Is China a good place for it?

I need to implant a tooth, Is China ok to do this? do you guys have any Idea on how much would it cost?
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8 years 10 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - China

 
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At least go to Hong Kong if you're going to get the work done around here.

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I have a very good dentist in a clinic in Shenyang. I would say the price of things are about 20% of what I would expect to pay in Australia.

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My boyfriend recently got a couple of teeth replaced for about 700rmb. I dont expect that this will be a life long fix for those teeth but if you just need something to hold you over till you get home or keep some problem from getting worse then I'd say go for it.

Ask around to find a good one and then go for it!

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I had lots of work done 5 years ago at an associated army dentist,,only cost 4000 r m b ,when got it checked in UK said would have cost 6 or 7 thousand pound and was a good job by dentist,maybe im lucky but no problems so far,thats in Xian

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I had a CROWN BRIDGE in new zealand which cost me $ 10,000 and did't last long more than two years , the crown bridge i had here in tianjin back three years i payed $1000 nz dollar or 5000 rmb and i am happy with it , it depends where you are now? try to find the big clinic or hospital to do that.

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8 years 10 weeks ago

love life

 
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lmao

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Thanks a lot you all, I got very motivated

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Does anyone have any knowledge about having dental implants here in Nanning?

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I have find nice kind well working woman dentists for my teeth, for almost 20.000rmb i have new crowns for up-front teeth / each 4200 plus implant and other works, on more in back, many other cleaning and root treating. My mouth was disaster when i came to her. I still need make a bridges , she said will be cost around 10.000rmb. I compared, and is a bit cheaper than back home, and do not count the plane ticket and beers with friends Smile

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