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Hi guys, I want to get my teeth straightened. I have overcrowding and a few chipped ones.
So I been in touch with 2 clinics in London, UK - They both told me moreless the same. They say they have to extract one tooth and then they will give me Invisalign Aligners. Veneers also for the teeth + a bit of composite bonding for chipped or grinded down teeth. I've been quoted the similar package from 2 clinics I visited and they both quoted me at 6-7K GBP. Duration, from start to finish a 9 month type of situation for the aligners to work their way over time.

Now I contacted a few in Instanbul. On Youtube some examples of people that go over there for what is called the "Hollywood Smile" treatment.
Based off pictures I'm getting a similar response from a few where they tell me:
1 tooth extraction
Crowns
I had one place quote me 2.7K and another 4.5K

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Does anybody know the differences and any info on this? Or maybe a forum I could ask, why I'm being told here in UK about Aligners and both ones in turkey suggesting something else 

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On 11/9/2021 at 7:34 AM, londonhairlossvictim said:

Hi guys, I want to get my teeth straightened. I have overcrowding and a few chipped ones.
So I been in touch with 2 clinics in London, UK - They both told me moreless the same. They say they have to extract one tooth and then they will give me Invisalign Aligners. Veneers also for the teeth + a bit of composite bonding for chipped or grinded down teeth. I've been quoted the similar package from 2 clinics I visited and they both quoted me at 6-7K GBP. Duration, from start to finish a 9 month type of situation for the aligners to work their way over time.

Now I contacted a few in Instanbul. On Youtube some examples of people that go over there for what is called the "Hollywood Smile" treatment.
Based off pictures I'm getting a similar response from a few where they tell me:
1 tooth extraction
Crowns
I had one place quote me 2.7K and another 4.5K

-

Does anybody know the differences and any info on this? Or maybe a forum I could ask, why I'm being told here in UK about Aligners and both ones in turkey suggesting something else 

Can you post a picture of your teeth, or PM me

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On 1/21/2023 at 2:54 AM, HendersonStephen said:

Both the Invisalign aligners and the veneers, crowns, and composite bonding are commonly used for dental treatment. Aligners are an alternative to traditional braces and can be used to treat a variety of orthodontic issues.

On average, the treatment takes about 9 months to complete. Crowns, on the other hand, are a type of dental restoration that completely covers a tooth. They're used to restoring a damaged tooth. As I see, there is a significant difference between Istanbul and London. Yet, remember that the cost shouldn't be the only factor to consider when making the choice. Pay attention to the qualifications of the dentists. Choosing good specialists, such as those from https://crowndentalgroup.com.au/treatments/orthodontics/, is essential.

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On average, the treatment takes about 9 months to complete. Crowns, on the other hand, are a type of dental restoration that completely covers a tooth. They're used to restoring a damaged tooth. As I see, there is a significant difference between Istanbul and London. Yet, remember that the cost shouldn't be the only factor to consider when making the choice. Pay attention to the qualifications of the dentists. Choosing good specialists, such as those from https://crowndentalgroup.com.au/treatments/orthodontics/, is essential.

 

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