Dental Implants in South Korea (immediate solutions)
Do you like beautiful smiles? Yes, we all do. A beautiful smile is often related to success, elegance and health. Most of us think it is also a strong presentation card for work and personal matters. We often go to the dentist and correct or clean our teeth to get that healthy smile, but sometimes our natural teeth won’t do the job and a dental implant could be our best solution.
What is a dental implant?
A dental implant is a tooth root lately made out of titanium that doctors place into our jawbone to secure an artificial tooth (crown) or a bridge (different sizes). This prosthetic procedure is common in South Korea for people who has lost part of their teeth or a single tooth. The materials available here have obtained great reputation for their quality and durability. Our clinics work mostly with Korean implants and Swiss implants.
|Implants and crowns cost in Korea|
|Type||Price in $USD|
|Full ceramic (zirconia)||900-1,000*|
*Prices might change according to the exchange rate, doctor’s recommendation and discounts available. For more than three implants and crowns, our patients can get up to 10% discount for their treatment. Ask us in advance for your options.
Where to go for dental implants in South Korea?
Time is money, and safety comes first, plus nobody likes pain. These statements are true for us as well as for our partner’s dental clinics!
Here are the characteristics we look for when recommending a dental clinic in Korea:
- Updated local and international certifications
- Tidy harmonious facilities
- Latest equipment and materials
- Time-efficient (one-day implants) treatments
- Painless procedures (innovative and safe sedation methods)
What are the steps to get my implants done in Korea?
We advice our clients to take a full panoramic photo of their teeth at home. We take that image to our trusted dentists for consultation and come back to the client with diverse options. After him/her chooses the one that fits the best to his/her budget, we follow the doctor’s schedule and words.
You have to consider that the dentist might not recommend implants for you if you present:
- Heart condition
- Oncology related health problems
- Post chemotherapy or radiotherapy