Second Opinion at Antalya Dental Hospital, Turkey

Second Opinion: What Are They, Benefits and Cost

Has dental treatment ever taken you by surprise?

Our Second Opinion Program (SOP) is open to anyone who wishes to have an alternative, honest, and open discussion about a given treatment plan.

Second opinions are valuable when it comes to making decisions that can potentially save you time, effort, or money.

It is only natural that we ask friends and family for their second opinion on almost anything – be it a new restaurant, summer camp for our kids, or even family holidays.

The same applies to our oral health.

Why get a second opinion?

The truth is, there will always be a difference when it comes to treatment proposals and costs. It is important to understand that every dentist is different. We all have unique backgrounds, trainings, and interests. With all these in mind, we believe that it is our responsibility to cut through the confusion and re-establish trust in our profession.


  • Our Second Opinion Program is open to anyone who wishes to have an alternative, honest, and open discussion about a treatment plan that has been created for him or her.
  • You will receive a savings certificate worth … to facilitate your consultation.
  • You will have to share your current treatment plan and/or latest X-ray(s) to receive your savings certificate. A fee will incur if you are unable to provide your X-ray(s).
  • You will receive a call within 24 to 48 hours confirming your appointment.
  • You will receive your savings certificate on your email. It is valid for 30 days upon issue.
  • Please save a copy of your savings certificate and bring it with you on the day of your appointment.
  • Your savings certificate is non-transferable, non-refundable, and non-convertible to cash.


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Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Health


Our FAQs are the most commonly-asked questions put to our Dental Helpline over the last year. If you have a question for us, you can ask our Dental Helpline by telephone or email. Alternatively, please take a look at our library of oral health information, which contains a wide range of oral health advice in an easy-to-understand Q&A format.

What do I do if I knock a tooth out?2022-02-06T20:50:01+03:00

Firstly, if you can find the tooth and it is clean, put it back into the socket yourself. If you can’t put it back, put it straight into a cup of milk or keep it in your mouth.

  • Don’t panic.
  • Do go to a dentist or hospital as soon as possible.
  • Do take painkillers if you need to, but don’t take any medication containing aspirin as this can cause the bleeding to get worse.
  • Don’t hold the tooth by the root, as teeth are surrounded by fragile ligaments which need to be kept intact if the tooth is to be put back in.
  • Don’t clean the tooth with disinfectant or water, or let it dry out.
  • Don’t put aspirin or clove oil on the wound.

The sooner the tooth is replaced, the better the chances of success. If you have not managed to do it yourself, the dentist will put the tooth back. They may use a dental splint to fasten the tooth against the teeth on either side. In most cases this is successful, and once the splint is removed the tooth is stable. However, you will almost certainly need more treatment in the future.

Can orthodontics damage my teeth?2022-02-06T20:44:01+03:00

Your teeth can be damaged if you don’t look after them properly during treatment. The braces themselves will not cause damage, but poor cleaning and too many sugary foods and drinks can cause permanent damage to your teeth. Brackets, wires and braces can trap food and cause more plaque than usual to build up. So you need to clean your teeth and appliance very thoroughly.

Why does the dentist leave the room during an x-ray?2022-02-06T18:57:16+03:00

The dental team might take hundreds of x-rays every week. Staff limit the amount of radiation they receive by moving away from the x-ray beam. However, the risk to patients from one or two routine x-rays is tiny.

Staff check how much radiation they are exposed to by wearing a small badge during working hours. This is sent off to be checked at regular intervals.

If I had gum disease when I had my own teeth, will I get it with the implants?2022-02-06T21:25:09+03:00

Yes, if you don’t care for them well enough. If you keep them clean and have them regularly checked by your dental team you should not have any problems. Smoking also affects the health of implants. So, if you smoke, you may need to look after your implants more carefully. Some dentists will not place dental implants in people who are smokers.

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