We are sorry to inform we are temporarily closing our dental center in order to protect public health and in response to the request of the Ministry of Health, due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. Here are some of the common questions we are receiving from patients like you:
Can I travel to Costa Rica now and get my treatment today?
Unfortunately not, the borders are closed until April 13 for non-residents. Borders will reopen on April 13th, so we can help you schedule for the second half of April and after, and we will be updating you with all the official information you can make the best decision for your health.
How is the situation of Coronavirus in Costa Rica right now?
Costa Rica has one of the most robust healthcare systems in the world and our authorities are well prepared for the crisis, with a strong vigilance system. There are 2 reported deaths and 152 to confirmed cases (Updates on March 23).
Where can I get the latest information concerning dental implants in Costa Rica
If you want to receive the latest update on when you can schedule your visit to Costa Rica, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or add us to Whatsapp +506 8504 8409. We will keep you posted.
We hope you are staying safe and we look forward to seeing you in Costa Rica in the following weeks. Stay optimistic!
What are the techniques used for
All-On-Four Dental Implants?
All-On-Four: One full arch of teeth by placing four dental
The All-On-Four Implants method is a less invasive and expensive than conventional implant restoration. With more than 15 years of clinic success, the All-On-Four Implant treatment offers a viable solution for patients who are trying to avoid the inconveniences of regular, removable dentures.
At ConfiDental, we try to preserve the natural health of your teeth as much as possible. However, this is not always achieved for different reasons. When a tooth cannot be saved, we aim for the best solution taking into account your dental needs and your budget as well.
Periodontal disease is a common condition that ranges from simple gum inflammation to a serious disease causing major damage to the soft tissue and bone that support the teeth, and loss of teeth.
It has also been associated with heart disease, stroke, and diabetes, as well as oral, esophageal, head and neck, pancreatic and lung cancers. Previous studies have suggested that chronic inflammation could provide the link.
A seven-year study from the University of Sydney has revealed that tooth decay can be stopped, reversed, and prevented without the need for the traditional ‘fill and drill’ approach that has dominated dental care for decades.
Do you dread going to the dentist? Need help to quell your fears? We have the perfect solution – Intravenous Sedation.
This type of sedation is accomplished by a drug administered through an injection (just a tiny pin prick) in the back of your hand to make you feel like you are asleep, although you will actually remain conscious, and can follow the dentist’s instructions.
At ConfiDental we believe it is essential to build a relationship of trust with our patients. Part of that trust is knowing that we have taken every precaution to prevent infection by wearing protective clothing and that all of our equipment has been properly sterilized. A visit to the dentist should not pose the danger of infection. Sadly, dental clinics that do not have proper sterilization can expose their patients to deadly diseases like HIV and hepatitis.
Are you concerned about teeth that are too widely spaced? Or too crowded? Or crooked? Here at ConfiDental we think you might be surprised to know that this is not just a cosmetic issue, but it has the potential to be a serious issue with your health. Think of your teeth as a window to the health of your body. The American Dental Association has said that straightening your teeth can significantly affect your overall dental health, and by extension, your general health. Your smile says a lot about your overall health: If you’re taking good care of your teeth, it’s very likely you’re taking good care of the rest of you.
It is estimated that more than 70 percent of the adult U.S. population has some form of gum (periodontal) disease, which has been linked to stroke, diabetes, and other serious ailments. Therefore, we highly recommend maintaining your oral health through good oral hygiene, including regular brushing and flossing of the teeth and regular dental check-ups, because this is essential to sustaining overall good health.