Dental Filling in Iran
Maintain your radiant smile and preserve your teeth without toothache and other pains for a long-life by tooth fillings with a moderate cost in Iran.
Maintain your radiant smile and preserve your teeth without toothache and other pains for a long-life by tooth fillings with a moderate cost in Iran.
Teeth are always apt to decay that invades the inner layer of the teeth if left untreated, leading to tooth loss. This can be avoided by referring to the dentist at earlier stages of dental decay to have the teeth cleaned and filled. In this article, we provide you with all the details of having tooth filling and the benefits of having dental filling in Iran with AriaMedTour.
Wondering what this packages actually brings to you?
This exclusively-produced documentary shows a typical medical tour we arrange for our medical tourists. Watch the video to get an understanding of the services we provide to our medical tourists in package. This documentary film features a medical tourist named Cecilia who made a trip from Norway to Iran through us for a rhinoplasty as well as a cosmetic dental procedure. The whole process is filmed from the time she arrived at the airport until she departed Iran.
Why Iran for dental filling?
Iran has a lot of well-equipped dental clinics and centers that offer all kinds of dentistry services, including tooth filling, ceramic bridges, full dental dentures, teeth whitening …etc. Besides the high quality services of Iranian dentists and the affordable dental filling price due to their cheap currency, there is no waiting time. Meanwhile, you can benefit from visiting Iran to recognize their natural and memorial tourist.
Foreigners usually have many difficulties in a foreign country. AriaMedTour will lead you through the whole journey in Iran, from getting a visa, reception in the airport, interpretation, accommodation, transfer, assigning clinic. AriaMedTour will provide you with all you need in Iran through the dental filling procedure till you leave Iran later. Feel free to contact AriaMedTour through this website and you will get a free consultation and a dental filling quote specifically for your case.
How much does a dental filling cost in Iran?
The cost of dental filling differs according to the city and the dentist, but the dental filling average cost for a silver filling (amalgam) may be about $100 per tooth, and about $200 for one composite filling per tooth. However, porcelain or cast gold filling may cost between $250 and $450 per tooth according to the size of the cavity. Perhaps you have numerous decays and you may need other treatments as teeth whitening or gingival treatment, then Iran with AriaMedTour may offer you high-quality medical dentistry service with a fraction of these sums.
Our Dentistry Patients Have Something To Tell You
See why people choose us as their facilitator to get their dental procedures done in Iran.
Haven’t decided yet? Let us help you, it’s free
Teeth are apt to decay for many reasons. Decays dissolve gradually and continuously the enamel of teeth. Unfortunately, there are no signs of pain in this stage in most cases, so the decay continues and invades the second layer of the teeth (dentin).
There are increasingly some signs of pain in this stage, and more dissolve in the structure of the tooth. Finally, the inflammation reaches the pulp and the patient ought to go to the dentist to deal with his unbearable pain, but that means to eradicate the pulp and to remove the decay of the tooth. Alas, the tooth becomes very faint and you may need dental filling alternatives such as dental crown or dental bridge to protect the rest of the tooth, or it may need to be extracted.
All these undesirable effects can be avoided if the patient asks for the assistance of the dentist, and the earlier the better. The dentist removes the affected tissues and fill the cavity with one of the tooth filling materials. By doing this, the patient will have gotten a medical service that may last for fifteen years.
For filling dental cavities, the dentist may apply an anesthetic injection, remove all the affected areas by a drill, and form a cavity to receive the filling. However, dental filling steps differ according to dental filling type as following:
Dental filling composite resin and ceramic are resembled in how they are applied. The dentist uses a special acid in both materials, and then he/she applies a bonding in the cavity and exposes the cavity to a dental filling laser. After that, he/she puts a small amount of dental filling composite material or ceramic several times in the cavity and exposes every layer to a laser beam until the cavity is filled.
The dentist may adjust the over tooth filling to adapt to the bite of the teeth. Composite and Ceramic are mainly used as dental fillings in front teeth, but they are used now for all the teeth. They are cosmetic filling, and both can apply without drilling for fractured or chipped teeth. They may remain for 7 to ten years for a composite filling and more than that for ceramic filling. However, they are more expensive than a composite filling.
While an amalgam filling tooth is a compound of silver, tin, and copper powder mixed up with mercury to form amalgam tooth filling, the dentist convoys small amount of the mixed up gradually with a special instrument and applies some pressure on the filling within the prepared cavity with another instrument until the cavity is completely over. Then, a dental filling bite adjustment and polishing of the filling will be done. Amalgam dental filling lifespan may reach 10-15 years. They are preferable in the back teeth.
Glass ionomer filling is weaker than composite resin, and its ability to resist high pressure is very limited. However, glass ionomer is one of the dental filling options, especially in the dental filling at the gum line or dental filling under the gum and in patients who suffer from multiple decays, as well in the infants. This is because of its easy applying, not to mention its ability to be used as a base filling under the composite filling to bond a restorative material to the tooth structure. Whereas, it acts as a good sealer, protecting the pulp, preventing secondary caries, and leakage of the margins.
Dental glass ionomer filling consists of a powder and a liquid. The dentist mixes the powder and the liquid, and then he/she applies the dental filling paste in the cavity.
Cast gold filling, on the other hand, is usually indirect filling. The dentist prepares the tooth, takes the impression of the mouth and sends it to the laboratory technician who pours the tooth filling or the crown in a special molding furnace and hands it to the dentist who adapts and fixes it using a dental adhesive with the cast gold filling or the crown. This is while direct gold fillings are very rare and it is made of pure gold foil. Dental gold fillings last more than 15 years but it is very expensive.
Dental filling for a chipped tooth and dental filling for a broken tooth, as well some other malformations could be applied without drilling. In all cases, dental filling between teeth should preserve a contact point between teeth. However, eating after dental filling may differ according to dental filling types, but generally, the patient should not eat anything for at least two hours after tooth filling.
The duration of the tooth filling for one tooth is usually between 15 minutes to an hour. And the dentist may apply temporary dental filling material (CVS) in large and deep cavities before the final filling lest dental filling nerve pain.
There are five essential types of dental fillings for cavities: composite resin, silver amalgam, ceramic, glass ionomer, and gold filling. Each of these materials has special characteristics, from which the patient may benefit to obtain a good medical service.
You may suffer from dental filling sensitivity in the tooth for two weeks and you may need several days for dental filling recovery. However, all dental filling side effects are temporary and may not happen.
Tooth filling is a very safe procedure, and dental filling recovery time will not exceed several days. In most cases, the recovery happens spontaneously, and you will return to your life normally.
The important thing after a dental filling is to take more care of your oral hygiene and to brush your teeth twice a day. Flossing may be necessary to clean some areas that cannot be cleaned well with a dental brush. Mouthwash is recommended as well.
One of the complications is related to anesthetic allergic reaction as well as nerve and blood vessel injury, though it is rare and temporary. Sensitivity for hot and cold after dental filling is very common and it usually diminishes within 2-4 week.
Dental filling extreme pain may occur in cases of tooth pulp irritated. In these cases, root canal treatment will be necessary.
Another complication is due to the allergic reaction of tooth filling materials. In such case, dental filling removal is necessary for replacing the tooth filling material.
In some cases, a referred pain may happen in the nearby teeth and usually goes away after a few weeks. In a long session of treatment, dental filling jaw pain may happen for several days.
FDA demands to avoid amalgam dental filling dangers (because of mercury) for some groups who may be at high risk as a result of releasing mercury from the amalgam filling (pregnancy, children under six age, people with impaired kidney function…etc). However, there is no conclusive evidence about the risk of using mercury in dental filling.
When you have decay or more in your teeth, it will continue to destroy the structure of the tooth and may reach the pulp accompanying by severe pains, then you need to eradicate the pulp of the tooth and a dental filling and crown to protect it, or your tooth may need to be extracted. The earlier treatment means you can avoid all these results.
AriamedTour is the most prominent medical tourism company in Iran. AriaMedTour will provide you with all you need in Iran. Our services include visa, airport pick-up, interpreter, transportation, accommodation, assigning clinic, arranging visits to the cultural memorial and the charming place in nature, airport drop-off at the time of leaving, following you up after returning to your country when needed. Please feel free to contact AriaMedTour through this website and you will get a free consultation and a price quote for dental filling in Iran and other dental treatments you may need.
Are dental fillings metal?
No, some dental filling materials are metals, such as amalgam and gold, but other materials such as composite materials, glass ionomer, and ceramic are not metals.
Are dental fillings safe for MRI?
MRI will not affect dental fillings, to be loose or come out. However, tooth filling may cause a little distortion to the image within the neck and head area.
Can dental fillings be replaced?
For many reasons, including discoloration and crack of the filling, dental filling may fell out or cause hypersensitivity, irritation of the pulp or dental filling failure. In such cases, the damaged tooth filling can be replaced with a new one.
Can dental fillings cause mercury poisoning?
It is controversy matter. Mercury in amalgam dental filling has been accused for a long time to be a poisoning material, but there are no clear evidences that the mercury of tooth filling may cause poisoning.
However, it is recommended never to be used during pregnancy, in infants under the age of six years, and in some other high group risk people.
Does dental filling hurt?
Generally speaking, dental filling does not hurt and it is very safe. However, in some little cases, dental filling pain may be due to the nearness of the tooth filling to the tooth pulp, which may cause pulpitis, or due to sensitivity, over filling, allergic reaction. Furthermore, referred pain may occur. However, these symptoms are temporary, and dental filling pain relieving may need some procedures if pain persists.
Does dental filling need anesthesia?
The dentist usually use local anesthesia injection to lessen the pain and to dominate the fears of the patient, but removing the decay and dental filling without drilling may be done completely without anesthesia.
Does dental filling cause bad breath?
Dental filling by does not cause bad breath at all. But when it is cracked or damaged, it may offer a place for halitosis-causing bacteria to hide. Your dentist may examine your teeth and old fillings to detect any new problem and make a dental filling replacement.
Can I have dental filling when pregnant?
In the second and third stage of pregnancy, you can get a dental filling during pregnancy, but it is recommended in this case that the tooth filling not to be amalgam at all.
How does dental filling work?
By filling the prepared cavity with a dental filling, it prevents the cavity from attracting food debris and bacteria. This way, further decay and pain are prevented.
What dental fillings are made of?
There are many kinds of dental filling materials such as gold, porcelain, silver amalgam (silver, tin, zinc, and copper mixed with mercury) while a composite tooth filling is a mixture of powdered glass and plastic resin. Glass ionomer consists of a basic glass and acidic water-soluble powder.
How long should dental filling last?
A dental filling, especially amalgam and gold filling, may last for 10-15 years. The lifespan of tooth filling depends on several factors including the depth and horizontal extent of the cavity. Earlier treatment for a primary decay gives the patient an excellent result, while in advanced decay, the patient may need pulpitis and a crown.
Which dental filling is the safest one?
All dental fillings are safe, and the dentist and the patient choose the most appropriate option according to the situation. Composite resin and ceramic fillings are preferable in the anterior teeth, while amalgam and gold fillings are preferable in the posterior teeth and glass ionomer is preferable for filling at the gum line. Increasingly more research consider amalgam a more effective and long-lasting treatment for dental decay.
When to replace the dental filling?
Tooth-filling replacement can be done in cases of partial damage, dental filling discoloration for the anterior tooth filling, and/or the existence of decay under the old filling.
What is amalgam dental filling?
Amalgam is a compound of silver, tin and copper. These elements are amalgamated with mercury (liquid) to form an amalgam. The dentist fills the cavity with this compound during a few minutes. Although the compound contains mercury, but these elements are combined together to form a safe, FDA- approved cavity filling.
Will dental filling cure the cavity?
The dental filling does not cure the decay, but it stops the destruction of the tooth and prevents the debris of food from accumulating and hurting the tooth.
Contact Us Via Whatsapp