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Much has changed in the field of dentistry since the days when some holes in the teeth caused the mouth to appear like a ``predator``. Today, no one needs to see that you have fillings in your teeth. Furthermore, no one should see that you have stains on your teeth.

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The dentistry profession has a high status in Iran and is a highly developed medical field. The high demand for dental procedures in Iran has helped Iranian dentistry specialists to expand their knowledge and expertise in dentistry. Enjoying numerous modern dental clinics and the affordable cost of services are also good reasons to choose Iran as your dental care destination.

Dental Procedures Cost in Iran

Healthcare services are very affordable in Iran, and dental treatments are no exception. Iran has become a hot destination for people seeking dental care procedures. For instance, a dental implant in Iran costs $600 while the same service is offered at $4000 in European countries.

Careful examination of the teeth of the patient

First, a complete dental examination is performed by a cosmetic dentist using advanced equipment.

Assessment of oral disease in terms of various diseases such as periodontal, occlusion and the way teeth are positioned together as well as jaw joint examination are among the things that have been carefully performed by a physician and if needed by other specialists in this field. To be.

Evaluation and treatment of gum disease

Gum as the basic substrate of the tooth plays an important role in the quality of the smile design. Therefore, it is necessary before any aesthetic and restorative measures to examine the gum from the viewpoint of related diseases such as bleeding, infection or any other disease and take appropriate remedies if necessary.

Treatment of decayed teeth

In order to prevent tooth decay from decay, decayed teeth are treated according to the position of the mouth and filled with various materials such as composite.

Arrange and close the space between the teeth

The most important part of the smile correction process is toothbrushing. Regularly placing the teeth together is usually a long process that is done after a one or more year orthodontic period.

However, in mild to moderate irregularities, dental lamination or dental composite can also be used. The duration of treatment in this method is 2 to 4 sessions. In more minor cases, tooth-colored or composite materials are used to fill the gap.

Correction of the shape and shape of the teeth

In cases where the shape and shape of teeth are not normal due to an accident or accident or congenital defects, unique therapeutic methods are used to correct the fracture and shape of the tooth. All-ceramic coatings are one of the methods used in tooth fractures.

Teeth whitening

Tooth whitening and tooth polishing is the most basic method of correcting tooth discoloration. In other words, it is used in cases where tooth discoloration is caused by mass, plaque or surface staining.

It is possible to correct the color changes caused by colored foods or to smoke by bleaching.

And if the tooth discoloration is due to improper enamel structure (brittle and opaque tooth enamel), the best way to correct a dental laminate smile or veneer composite is.


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1. Is ceramic laminate better or composite?

This question is one of the most frequently asked questions. Each ceramic and composite laminate has its own advantages and disadvantages in the ceramic type of tooth but not in the composite type. Ceramic laminates are much larger than composite laminates. Applying both of these laminates gives the teeth a unique appearance of roughness and beauty.

2. Is the light of the bleaching machine harmful?

From the medical point of view, any light that hits the eye directly can be harmful to the eye. In this procedure, the light tooth whitening used is focused and light halogen, which is recommended Special glasses are used when bleaching.

3. Does tooth whitening also change the color of the teeth that are coated?

No Tooth whitening is not able to change the color of the dental and dental restorations and can only eliminate the discoloration of the coatings in the long run.

4. Is it possible to bleach during pregnancy?

In all teeth whitening procedures, including bleaching, the use of chemical whitening agents may endanger the health of breast milk. For this reason, it is highly recommended to postpone tooth whitening procedures after pregnancy.

5. What is the durability of tooth bleaching?

In this method, teeth whitening depends on the type of food the person consumes during the bleaching period. The longer a person uses tea, coffee, chocolate and all foods that contain pigments after bleaching, the lower the whiteness of the teeth. For this reason, oral hygiene is a great help to whiteness and longevity.

6. How long is a tooth bleaching treatment?

The duration of treatment depends on the type of bleaching procedure chosen if the bleaching procedure is selected in the clinic it will take almost 2 to 3 sessions, each session lasting approximately 45 minutes and if the bleaching procedure is at home approximately 2 to 3 weeks. It should only be noted that the effect of bleaching agents in the clinic is more effective at home because of the more oxidizing than the bleach method.

7. Is the tooth worn out because bleaching?

If in some cases discoloration of the enamel surface layers occurs, for better bleaching, micro Bergen first and then bleaching. In micro Bergen, the enamel surface is shaved with a very small amount of special abrasive paste to eliminate superficial tooth decay.

8. Who is suitable for dental composites?

People whose teeth have problems such as: irregularity of teeth, gap between teeth, discolored teeth, short teeth, etc. In principle, composite is a kind of paste-like material that is used for the restoration and beauty of teeth.

9. How long does the composite last?

The shelf life is directly related to the care, so there is no fixed time for the durability and durability of the composites.

If you take good care of the above, you can expect the composites to last a very long time, otherwise the composites will change after a few months or a year.

10. How many composite units do you need to modify your smile design?

Each composite unit covers one tooth, so after examining the patient and examining the patient’s teeth, it becomes clear that several composite units are needed to correct the smile design.

11. Is the composite suitable for Fixing irregularities or orthodontics?

Answer: It is impossible to answer this question without a patient examination, because the proper method of removing the irregularities of the teeth depends on the degree of irregularity of the teeth.

Sometimes composite can remove partial gap or irregularity of teeth, but sometimes the only way to eliminate irregularities is tooth orthodontics.

12. Who is the candidate for the implant?

People who have lost teeth for whatever reason are candidates for implants. The implant involves replacing all the teeth until all teeth are restored. In the case of loss of one or more teeth, there is no need to have adjacent teeth as the base of the prosthesis. The implant is inserted into the bone and coated on the same implant without relying on adjacent teeth.

For patients who have lost many or all of their teeth, implant-based prosthesis can be implanted to replace missing teeth by placing multiple implants in their jaws and using them as a base. In the case of completely toothless patients, at least two implants can be provided in each jaw with a removable, sturdy, non-slip prosthesis.

Even for toothless patients who are using removable dentures, the same prosthesis can be fixed and fixed with the least cost at the cost of the implant.


13. How successful is a dental implant?

Today, on average, dental implant success is over 95%, but the success rate for dental implants depends on the following.


  1. Patient: The patient should be healthy and not have a chronic weakening immune system. Recently, she has not had a severe heart problem (heart surgery or stroke). Uncontrolled diabetes has no radiotherapy and no gum and mouth disease. Smoking and alcohol are also limiting factors for implant operation
  2. Dentist: The dentist who performs the implant must have the necessary course of the implant and have sufficient experience and experience to perform the implant, as well as evaluate all the patient’s condition in terms of body health and important intra-oral factors and adhere to the principles of infection control. Implant surgery


3. Implant: Another important factor in the success of the implant, especially in the long term, is the implant itself. Implant companies today are very diverse. Implant prices vary widely, and each manufacturer emphasizes the tips they have in making the implant. The dentist chooses a system based on the patient’s budget and technical issues and the advantages of the implant in the price range.

In general, the implant is suitable for maxillary Osseo integration and lower bone resorption over time.


4.Subsequent Care: The patient plays a vital role in the lifetime of the implant and its long-term success. Non-use of tobacco and alcohol and oral and dental hygiene, regular visits to the dentist and assurance of gum health and absence of tooth masses and decay in other teeth all increase the long-term success of the implant.




14. How long is the implant treatment?

The duration of surgery is usually from half an hour to two hours and varies depending on the number of implants and the patient’s jaw condition. In cases where implantation requires bone grafting or alteration of the sine cavity floor in the maxilla, the implantation time will be longer.

After implant implantation, the implant takes approximately 2 weeks to 6 months to fully implant, slowly shake the patient’s jawbone and shake the implant firmly in place. The prosthesis is placed on the implant. Of course  in some cases, depending on the bone quality of the patient’s jaw and the type of implant that is designed, immediate loading can be done, so the dentist can diagnose the implant immediately after implant implantation.

15. What are the benefits of using an implant over a removable tooth or a fixed denture?

From whatever angle you look at this, an implant is the best choice for replacing your missing teeth.

Aesthetic: The implant will look exactly like your tooth and will prevent bone and gums from shedding because of the side effects of previous treatments (tooth or bridle). However, no one will notice that you have an alternative tooth.

  • Conservation of adjacent tooth structure: In this way, the adjacent teeth will not be shaved and will not cause any further decay.

• Confidence: Using an implant will definitely make you feel better, laughing and talking

16. I have to do a sinus lift to implant what does it mean?

This surgery is used to insert an implant to provide a sufficient amount of bone in the posterior maxillary (small and large Asian teeth). With the loss of natural teeth in this area, the floor of the sinus gradually expands towards the mouth and approaches it, so that after a time, only a thin layer of bone separates the mouth from the sinus.