Visitor from the US

by Martha R
(Harrodsburg KY USA)

A week into my month-long visit, I broke a tooth! I went to the tandklinik. I received immediate care. She assessed the situation quickly and effectively, never left the room, fixed the tooth with anesthesia, was finished within an hour. Very quick, efficient, professional, honest and affordable. For all the work she did, I feel I would have paid much more in the US or I would have had to have much more extensive work at a higher cost. Very thankful for her excellent care.

FYI she removed 3 old fillings and replaced all, including the broken area, with one new filling rather than trying to piece it all together or do a crown. Total cost including anesthesia was 1887,00 Kroner. About $290 USD

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Jul 05, 2017
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by: Charlie

Hi Martha,

Sounds like you got good service. Danish dentists are usually very good and I have always had very professional service as well when visiting a dentist. Thanks for your input.

Charlie

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