Post Number: 1
|Posted on Wednesday, December 20, 2006 - 10:43 am: |
I am in BA at the moment and was wondering if anyone can recommend a dentist that speaks a bit of English. My crown has just come off. Since I am going to the dentist I would like to have some type of whitening process done.
Thank you for any information you may have.
Post Number: 9
|Posted on Wednesday, December 20, 2006 - 10:52 am: |
I have a wonderful dentist who speaks fluent English and spent a year recently at Harvard using the latest technology - she is my personal dentist and also is used by many of the patient volunteers here at AestheticArgentina
Board Certifications and Credentials can be found on our website http://www.aestheticargentina.org/specialists.php but more importantly she has carried out work on myself and my parents and many other visitors to Buenos Aires so is completely tried and tested.
Prices are in US Dollars. You will notice that the prices are NOT as cheap as many other quotes youŽll get and that is because in our experience you will be treated with inferior products and bonding materials that are from Argentina and are not compatible in many cases with products that are sourced from the USA. Dentists here obviously try and make profit where they can, and that does mean they use Argentine dental products and supplies. I can guarantee that our Dentist only uses the best imported products from the USA which is why I use them. Taking a short cut with your teeth is one of the easiest ways to run up a large dental bill in your home country once the substandard products stop performing or your veneers or bonds work loose. Especially important for fillings which need to be of the highest standard for durability. If you are investigating other Dental providers find out exactly the names of the products they plan on using with you and their country of origin. Fillings are the natural white coloured type and not the metal - if you are looking into other Dentists check that they confirm this, you have to ask generally speaking and quotes can sometimes be deceiving.
Root canal treatment 200
Ceramic crowns 500
Metal + ceramic crowns 300
Bleaching treatment 250
I hope that is the sort of information you are looking for, do get back to me with ANY questions whatsoever, whether or not you choose to have any Cosmetic Dentistry in Buenos Aires I am here to help,
Post Number: 1
|Posted on Thursday, December 28, 2006 - 1:05 pm: |
I am accompanying my husband on a business trip to BA In January/February 2007 for a little over two weeks. I would like to have the "Zoom" treatment or some type of bleaching treatment while I am there. I think my hubby may also want some dental procedures. Any references of reputable dentist in BA that I can use.
Thanks in advance,
Post Number: 916
|Posted on Wednesday, January 03, 2007 - 10:55 pm: |
Kevin, while in Buenos Aires phone these guys. I personally know them and recommend them for any dental work. Talk to Claudia.
Post Number: 63
|Posted on Monday, March 12, 2007 - 7:53 pm: |
Hello all! Yayyyyyyy! I finally made it back to Argentina. My appointment with Immigrations is April 27 so probably I will be leaving for a while now--thinking of taking a look at Uruguay and then the rest of the time looking at Argentina real estate. I SO wish I had more time here this time. It appears that my mother has cancer again. At her age we will just keep her comfortable and she is pretty well now so I decided to come and try to finish this project on schedule and head back to the states for now.
While I am here I would like to get my teeth cleaned. I dont see that anywhere here. I dont think I need any other dental work. Roberto I checked the web site you gave but do you recommend these folks for such mundane tasks? My guess is they dont even do them. Also wondered what charge I should expect. Many thanks for any suggestions.
I will give you all a blow-by-blow account of my appearance at Immigrations and how it goes after the 27th. So far, all is well. Arial
Post Number: 1036
|Posted on Tuesday, March 13, 2007 - 1:03 pm: |
Arial, yes, you can talk to Claudia or Leornardo (or their assistant) and ask them for dental cleaning. It should not be more than usd $60 or $70 and the session may last anywhere from 45 minutes to one hour depending on the state of your teeth. And yes, I do recommend them. If you happen to contact their office and the charges differ from those I posted here (might be even less) let them know who referred you.
April 27th should be a bright day for you!