The inhalation technique is used successfully in dental clinics around the world, being ideal for patients with low tolerance to classical anesthesia (by injection). The major benefit is that: waking up – the possibility of resuming activity – is done within seconds after stopping gas administration. This gas, in combination with oxygen, has a calming effect, so that both pain and fear are completely removed. Inhalation can be used on adults and children. This technique will definitely remove any traces of fear or anxiety.
Although we work with laser devices that often allow us to completely avoid anesthetics, some cases require the use of local anesthesia. Out of respect for you, only single-jet syringes with atraumatic needles are used at Diadent, so that the puncture is as smooth and painless as possible. Because we value your safety first and foremost, all needles and anesthetic ampoules are FOR SINGLE USE and are discarded after each patient.
At Diadent Clinic we want to prove that the works performed are in accordance with the descriptions made, therefore, we offer a warranty certificate. The guarantee period of any dental treatment varies depending on the biological and anatomical substrate of each patient, the material from which the works are made, the vicious habits of the patients, but also whether or not the postoperative indications were followed. The quality has priority, therefore, in our clinic there are only state-of-the-art equipment and materials, recognized on the national and international market, in order to offer the best chance for the long-term durability of the performed maneuvers. We must keep in mind that nothing is permanent but the correct techniques performed by the doctor along with high quality materials will ensure the long-term succes of the treatments.
We know that the financial aspect is an important one, that is why we establish together with each of you, from the very beginning, the payment plan adequate to your personal needs. Thus, our patients know exactly the total costs but also the payment stages necessary to carry out the entire treatment. Also, Diadent Clinic offers you the possibility to pay in installments, through a bank instrument (credit) of your choice (we are at your disposal if you need), so that you do not have to make compromises regarding your oral health.
Here is a fragment taken from the renowned daily Wall Street journal (www.wall-street.ro): “According to a global research study conducted by revahealth.com, the average degree of satisfaction of people who have opted for dental tourism programs has reached 84%, patients saving, on average, 4,800 euros, ie 60% of the cost of a dental treatment requested in the country of origin. Over 95% of respondents chose these programs due to low costs, the decision factor in choosing the clinic being given by the quality of professional standards, the latest technologies used and the possibility of solving dental problems in a much shorter time. One of the most important factors […] in this regard is the provision of an important maximum for patient safety, by using sterilizers in clinics according to quality management standards. […] For example, in Romania there are prices two or even three times lower than in the Western European region, the treatments being at the same quality standards as those in clinics in the United States or Western Europe. Also, the period that the patient must allocate for such interventions is much shorter. Thus, we estimate that expatriate patients will represent 25% of the total number of people who will request the services of the clinic this year. »
Diadent Clinic adheres to the new trends in dental tourism. If in terms of financial benefits the experts have spoken, our role is to ensure the quality of the provided services .
The basic offer for Diadent- Dental Tourism is composed of:
– hotel reservation (during the treatment)
– pick-up from the airport and transportation to the hotel
– transportation to our clinic
– brochure with our recommendations for visiting various tourist attractions in Iasi and surrounding areas.
In our opinion, Iasi is a cultural center with a special history that deserves to be fully discovered.
Upon request, we will provide offers from the hotels and guesthouses we partner with, but if you decide that our offers do not satisfy you, you can call any other hotel in the city and enjoy your stay there.
To stay worry-free during your vacation, we can provide a personal car, with a driver-guide, at the price of 50 euro / day – which includes: transport insurance, fuel – for journeys under 30 kilometers, taxes.
Our partners share the same high quality standards of services offered as our clinic. In order to benefit from Dental Tourism within the Diadent Clinic, it is necessary to send us a formal request in advance.
So take advantage of a relaxing city-break, at decent prices, to regain your healthy smile and recharge at the same time!
Oral hygiene and the treatment of dental problems is important for all of us. However, there are special cases in which people who need specialized dental care are reluctant to visit the dentist either because of various health problems or because of particular
physiological conditions. These categories most often include people with cardiovascular problems, ENT, pregnant or breastfeeding women, but also other categories of patients at high risk.
For these particular situations, the Diadent Clinic offers specialized treatments, guaranteeing the safety of your health.
In collaboration with other specialists who can assist us on the spot during treatment (anesthetists, cardiologists, psychotherapists), and only after thoroughly studying the medical history – we will establish the best aproach for treating your dental problems without compromising your health.
1. I’m pregnant. Can I benefit from dental treatments?
It must be understood that pregnancy is not a disease, but a normal physiological condition.
Although in the first and last trimester of pregnancy it’s not advised to have dental interventions (especially complex treatments), in the second trimester it is recommended to treat all dental problems and thus remove all outbreaks of infection that can later harm both the mother and the child.
2. Can I have a dental x-ray if I am pregnant?
Although our machines have a very low level of radiation, we do not recommend exposing the mother and fetus to radiation. In some extreme cases, however, with the consent of your gynecologist, our specialists will provide you with the needed interventions.
3. How do I persuade my child to come to the dentist?
First of all, by personal example. Then, explaining that dental treatments are not painful. Last but not least, trust the team: our trained staff will help build your child’s trust in the chosen doctor. After more than 20 years of practicing dentistry, we have learned how to relate to the little ones and create a safe and pleasant environment for them. We aim to take care of the emotional side of the visit , not just the treatment itself.
4. Am I allowed in the office during the examination of my child?
This question is frequently asked by mothers who bring their children to our clinic for the first time. Our recommendation is to leave the child alone in the office and relax with a coffee/tea/magazine in the waiting room – excluding special cases (very young age, deficiencies, etc.). We advise this because the doctor-patient relationship is best built on trust and a sense of intimacy. In fact, the calm attitude of the mother will give the child a similar state of relaxation, thus creating a pleasant atmosphere for the medical act to take place in.
The Diadent policy respects the medical laws in force, subscribing to the White Paper on the rights and duties of patients, as it was drawn up by the bodies in force at European level.
Respecting its patients, the Diadent dental medical center wants to offer its clients services of guaranteed quality. Through this prism and making use of our previous experience, we have compiled a list of rights that you can use every time you visit us as a patient.
– The patient’s right to benefit from quality services, provided by a licensed dentist.
– The rights of any potential patient to be informed about treatment alternatives, as well as the total cost of the interventions and products offered, before moving to the next phase of treatment.
– The patient’s right to choose the dentist he considers most appropriate. – The patient’s right to access his/her personal files / medical history. – The patient’s right to confidentiality and privacy. – The patient’s right to be informed about the selected treatment, so that he can give his full consent to it. Thus, the information given to the patient regarding state of health must be straightforward and truthful, presented in such a manner that the patient understands it completely. – The patient’s right to be treated in a safe and clean environment, in compliance with the regulations in force.
The Diadent institution respects the medical laws , subscribing to the White Paper on the Rights and Duties of patients, as it was drawn up by the bodies in force at the European Comitee.
Respecting its patients, the Diadent dental medical center wants to offer its clients guaranteed quality services.
We kindly ask our clients to honour these requests:
– Respecting internal rules regarding hygiene or safety.
– Consultation schedule (notify us in advance for any changes).
– Other patients: Diadent medical staff recognizes and respects the importance of each patient and each case. However, sometimes some cases require emergency treatment. In this situations, we kindly request your understanding for the time delay that may occur. – Respecting the hygiene indications from your dentist, necessary after some dental interventions, to prevent any complications or damage to the work performed.
– Contracts concluded, agreements given: please respect the payment schedule on which you agreed with the Diadent staff.
– Your dentist’s right to information: doctor-patient collaboration and full disclosure is needed for the doctor to perform the best and medically correct treatment possible.
1. What price range do you fall into?
Diadent Dental Clinic is dedicated to offering its clients only high quality services, at high European standards. This entails the statement that you will not find the cheapest services, but you will certainly find the best services and the best solutions in terms of price-quality value. In addition, we offer you a wide range of subscriptions and financing plans, we adopt payment policies in installments, and / or discounts for patients who require multiple treatments, or simply for our loyal customers who return againg and again.
2. How do I get to Diadent?
We are positioned in the center of Iasi, on a quiet street, near the central station, the street is easily accessible (see map) from any area you are coming from. But if you want additional details, please contact us to clarify any misunderstandings. Consultations can be scheduled by phone call, Facebook message, or on our website in the “Contact” section.
3. Can I come to Diadent for a complete oral restoration?
Yes. Our clinic offers a wide range of dental medical services, from simple to complex.
4. How do you handle emergencies?
In principle, the Diadent clinic has a well-established schedule that is strictly adhered to, but for special, urgent cases, the exception is self-explanatory. Diadent Clinic provides its patients with qualified medical staff to handle emergency treatment if necessary. After the urgency is resolved, we will resume to the normal meeting schedule, for further treatments. We assure you that at Diadent you will find the understanding and flexibility that you are looking for.
5. My teeth don’t hurt. Why should I do a regular check-up?
Even if the signs of dental problems are not always obvious to you as a patient, a specialist may detect, during a routine check-up, some problems that left untreated would lead to unwanted complications. The most common example is that of caries that aren’t visible to the patient until they are progressive enough to require obturation (filling) – at best. At Clinica Diadent we strongly believe in the benefits of prevention so we strongly advise you to not skip the routine dental check-ups. “One way to prevent the disease is worth as many as fifty ways to cure the disease” – Trevor Howard
6. How often should I do a routine dental checkup?
The recommended period is between 1 year – 6 months, and in the case of patients suffering from severe periodontal disease the recall is necessary at an interval of 4 months.
7. At what age should I start taking my child to the dentist?
The baby’s temporary teeth (20 teeth) are usually complete around the age of 2 and a half. This is also the best time to bring him to his first dental check-up to create a healthy habit of regular dental check-ups.
8. What are the most common dental treatments?
The treatment of dental caries is one of the most common dental treatments. However, this treatment should not be considered trivial, it should be approached responsibly: an untreated caries can cause diseases that can lead, in extreme cases, even to tooth loss.
9. I have a compromised tooth. Can you save it?
The technologies used at Diadent allow the reconstruction of a tooth that has been destroyed in a proportion of 85-90% in just one session. By comparison, in the case of classical treatments the percentage would have been about 45%. Approach and treatment methods have evolved over time, allowing the recovery of an affected tooth in many more situations.
10. I want whiter teeth. What method do you advise me to use?
Diadent offers services tailored to the needs, requirements and features of each patient. The whitening treatments proposed by us will therefore be suggested according to these variables. Please also consult the TECHNOLOGIES section for additional details. Keep in mind that teeth are kept healthy by maintaining a consistant oral hygiene routine.
11. What is, after all, dental aesthetics?
Dental aesthetics is the specialized art and practice by which your affected teeth are returned to the desired aesthetic parameters.
Among the most common problems that cause patients to resort to dental cosmetics are:
– unsightly spacing between teeth (products of pathological migrations or the existence of unresolved prosthetic edentations)
– dentoalveolar malpositions (axis rotations, torsions, occlusal blockages, dental eruptions, etc.)
– color changes (spots, streaks, cracks in the enamel)
– other changes that affect the normal function of the stomatognathic system.
12. Can you correct unsightly gaps between teeth?
Of course, there is a whole range of clinical procedures you can use to solve this problem. At “Diadent”, our doctors will advise you which is the best solution for your case (orthodontic correction, prosthetic, etc.). A modern method that is gaining popularity amons patients are Dental Veneers. These are very thin porcelain or composite prosthetics, that are applied on the teeth and give a natural but improved appearance to your smile, closing the interdental spaces without the need to wear an orthodontic appliance. (Check out the Services ->Aesthetic section for a more detailed explanation)
13. Can you correct unsightly gums?
Of course. The unsightly appearance of the gum – whether it is excessive, therefore too visible during talking/smiling, or a gum that deviates from its normal shape – can be corrected by a minimally invasive laser treatment or a surgical surgical interventions (for more complex situations).
The results of gingival reshaping are spectacular!
* Remember: after the plastic correction of the gum, it’s often necessary to further correct the dental occlusion – this aspect will be evaluated by the dentist.
Abscess – infection of the bone or soft tissues
Amalgam – a dental restoration alloy formed in combination with mercury
Anesthetic – a substance that reduces or eliminates pain
Anesthesia – the technique by which an anesthetic is administered and the body is sedated during an intervention
Apex – the tip of the root of a tooth
Bruxism – involuntary clenching and grinding of teeth (usually during sleep)
Bridge – Fixed Prosthesis
Bacterial plaque – an adherent substance that accumulates on the tooth and is made up of bacteria and salivary substances; by its mineralization the tartar (plaque) appears
Cavity – decayed areas on the tooth that develop into tiny openings or holes
Cement – the structure that covers the root (of the teeth)
Composite – tooth restoration material
Crown – the part of the tooth situated above the gum (the the visible part of the tooth)
Curettage – removal of unwanted tissue (infected, necrotic, etc.)
Dental aesthetics – the dental specialty that aims to improve the appearance of the teeth
Dental caries – a disease of the tooth that leads to its destruction
Dental floss – a thin thread of silk or nylon, which is used to remove food debris and plaque after each meal
Dentin – the dental structure of located beneath the enamel and cement
Dentistry – the field of medicine that studies and treats all oral diseases
Endodontist – a dental specialist that treats diseases regarding the dental pulp
Extraction – removal of a tooth
Fluoride – a chemical element used in the prevention of dental caries
Gum – the soft tissue that covers the bone around the teeth
Gingivectomy – removal of excess gingival tissue
Graft – tissue or artificial material placed in contact with similar structures in order to correct a deficiency or defect.
Impacted tooth – a tooth that, for various reasons, has been blocked from breaking through the gum and remains inside the upper/lower jaw bone (usually the third molar/wisdom tooth)
Dental Implant – prefabricated tooth substitutes from different materials, placed in the bone and with the help of which they restore the artificial dental arches
Intraoral – situated, occuring or performed within the mouth
Labial – related to the lip area
Lingual – relating to, near or on the side towards the tongue
Mandible – the bone that together with the tongue and soft tissues forms the floor of the oral cavity
Mastication – the action of chewing
Maxilla – the bone that forms the upper jaw
Obturation – restoration of dental cavities; fillings
Oclusion – dental contacts, obtained by biting or chewing; the contact between teeth
Oral cavity – is the first segment of the digestive tract that opens outward and contains structures necessary for mastication and speech; the mouth
Oro-maxillo-facial surgeon – a specialist who diagnoses and treats trauma, complicated infections, tumors and malformations in the mouth and face
Orthodontics – field of dentistry that deals with correcting and restoring the correct alignment of teeth and restoring normal oclusion
Pericoronitis – inflammation and infection of the gums, ligaments, bone and other tissues around the tooth; it usually appears as a complication of eruption
Periodontology – the discipline that studies and treats the periodontium (tissue around the tooth)
Periodontal disease – inflammatory conditions affecting the tissues surrounding the teeth; gum disease
Permanent teeth – the 32 teeth of the adult that replace the temporary ones (8 incisors, 4 canines,8 premolars, 12 molars)
Pillar tooth – tooth or dental implant used as a support element for a prosthetic work
Prophylaxis – education faprevention of dental diseases
Prosthesis – artificial set of teeth from different materials that replace natural teeth; the prosthesis can be fixed (bridge) or mobile
Professional brushing – the procedure that leads to the removal of bacterial plaque, food debris from hard to reach areas and stains on dental surfaces
Prosthetics – dental specialty that deals with the replacement of missing teeth
Prosthesis – device that replaces missing teeth/ a missing part of a teeth
Pulp chamber – closed space inside the tooth where nerves and blood vessels are located
Root canal – space that connects the pulp chamber with the apex of each root, there can be several root canals in a single tooth
Scaling – the procedure used to remove bacterial plaque, tartar and tooth stains
Teething – the process of teeth eruption
Temporary teeth – “milk” teeth, the first teeth that appear
Whitening – cosmetic technique that improves smile appearance: applying a chemical agent that has a teeth whitening effect