Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!

Brian's Trip to the Dental Clinic for Bonded Retainers and Cleaning

Posted on Thu, Jun 07, 2018 @ 12:00 PM

Dental care in Korea is commonly of a high standard and very affordable with or without insurance. A typical cleaning and scaling costs about $60 (CAD) compared to $145 (CAD) back home in Toronto. The costs will be even cheaper if you are covered by the National Health Insurance Plan. I will guide you through my experience of successful dental treatments done in Korea.

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Tags: living in Seoul, dentist, Healthcare, living in South Korea, dental insurance, retainers

Neil's Amazing Korean Adventure: Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Posted on Thu, Apr 26, 2018 @ 12:00 PM

Contrary to getting wisdom teeth taken out in the U.S., things are done a little differently in Korea. For example, I only have one wisdom tooth left in my mouth because I’ve had three previously removed over the course of several months. I have never had to be put under for any of the procedures. Each only took between 5 - 10 minutes, and I only needed to have stitches one time. My situation sounds odd, doesn’t it? Usually, we are used to having them out in one go, but I think that the process I went through is much better than conventional procedures in America.

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Tags: ex-pat life in Korea, life in Korea, dentist, Health in Korea, Healthcare, expat, health, wisdom tooth extraction, dental insurance, teeth

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