Braces followup treatment

by Priya
(Ballrup)

Dear Doc,


I have braces in my teeth from India. I am moving to denmark now...is it possible to do the regular checkup and followup the treatment with my current braces for next 3 months. As per Indian dentist I need to do monthly checkup for braces tighting etc. Can I do that at your clinic?

Thanks

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Dental Followup Care
by: Charlie

Priya,

I am not a dentist. This is an expat website to help expats with general day to day information about living in Denmark. You can go to any dentist in Denmark for a check up. You will need to make an appointment and will pay for the service. You can contact any dentist and talk to them about costs and what they can do. They may refer you to a specialist.

Charlie

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