Have you been treated by dentists abroad?

25. september 2012  
Filed in News

Have you been treated by dentists abroad, and has subsequently experienced discomfort or complications?

We are two journalism students from the University of Southern denmark, which is in time with a history of dental treatment abroad.

If you have been a model or have experienced discomfort associated with dental treatment abroad, we would like to hear from you.

Each year, there are a number of danes treated abroad, but many are not aware that problems can occur if work is not carried out well enough.

The Danish health care system covers not, if you have to have made improvements, when you come home.

Future patients need to know more about what you need to be aware of at dental treatment abroad. Here you have the opportunity to provide important advice on.
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Send an email to: alhec07@student.sdu.dk

With kind regards

Alexander and Carina

Can a Danish dentist correct mistakes made abroad?


I am a pensioner 73 years old. In the summer I made a bridge in Poland. My problem is that the bidet feels wrong,it few drinks, and hurts when I eat.
Can a dentist here right up on it? Poland is excluded.



Dear Mona,

You must find a dentist who can correct it, or help you with your problem.

You will as a rule be always be welcomed by a Danish dentist, even if you have got the extensive treatment abroad. But Danish dentists, however, has the right to reject you, unless you have pain or other acute need for treatment. You can also expect that the Danish dentist will ensure the documentation for the evs. error and harm from treatment abroad.

You can read much more about dental treatment abroad here

Hope you can use my answer.

With kind regards

Dentist Joan Olsen


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