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Which Dentist is the best for Bridges & Crowns in Poland ?


superuser1999 12 | 41
30 Jul 2015 #1
Hi Fellow Expats!

I need to get some extensive Bridge & Crown work done on my teeth,
and wanted some real life experiences from people who had bridge work done
in Poland, Any recommendations would be super appreciated !!!!!! :)

cheers!
skrud - | 36
30 Jul 2015 #2
Try this one :
drsrokowski.com/contact.html
Harry
30 Jul 2015 #3
Why not get implants?
OP superuser1999 12 | 41
30 Jul 2015 #4
i've already seen a few dentists and a bridge is the better solution after much debate.
Skrud, isn't Canada rather expensive compared to Poland ?
skrud - | 36
30 Jul 2015 #5
He also has offices in Rzeszow and Warszawa
Harry
31 Jul 2015 #7
i've already seen a few dentists and a bridge is the better solution after much debate.

In what way can a bridge be better?! With a bridge you sacrifice at least two healthy teeth as abutment teeth. The only reason for going down the bridge route is cost. Here in Warsaw a very good dentist will charge you about 2,500zl per implant and then about 1,500zl for the crown to go on the implant (about 2,800 for a two-tooth crown and about 4,000 for a three-tooth unit). You can find places in Poland which are cheaper (some as low as 1,300zl per implant) but do you really want to be scrimping on what is an important procedure. Yes, sometime there isn't enough bone for implants, but you can get a bone graft done for under a thousand zloty.

I really would suggest having a think about implants in place of a bridge, they aren't that much more expensive but they are a lot better.
OP superuser1999 12 | 41
31 Jul 2015 #8
Harry, just curious, you sound rather knowledgable, Are you a dentist ? :)
Roger5 1 | 1,455
31 Jul 2015 #9
about 4,000 for a three-tooth unit)

Having a jar with a pal of mine, I complained that last week I paid 450PLN to have a broken crown replaced. I felt a bit better when he told me he'd recently paid 4500 for bridgework in Sopot.
Harry
31 Jul 2015 #10
Harry, just curious, you sound rather knowledgable, Are you a dentist ? :)

No, but I have just had several implants hammered in and a bone graft done (after years of not getting a bridge done, mainly because a good friend of mine from years back who is a dentist advised me not to get one). Two of the implants are replacing badly done crowns.

Having a jar with a pal of mine, I complained that last week I paid 450PLN to have a broken crown replaced. I felt a bit better when he told me he'd recently paid 4500 for bridgework in Sopot.

The total bill for my work is going to start with a 2.
Roger5 1 | 1,455
31 Jul 2015 #11
Not 20k, surely. You'll have to post a photo of your smile after all that.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
1 Aug 2015 #12
If you want a personal recommendation - dentopolis-poznan.pl/en - in PoznaƄ comes well recommended by me.

Harry, how's the pain?
InPolska 11 | 1,821
1 Aug 2015 #13
there are tens of thousands of dentists in Poland so how the hell can we say X or Y is the best or the worst? ;).

I personally go to Euro-Dental. Although more expensive, they are worth it and most important to me, they use (at extra cost) nitrus oxyde gaz so no pain :) - Crowns cost from 780 to some 1,800.


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