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  • When it comes to the dentistry department of Bergen you should know some basic facts before you go looking for your dentist. Almost 90% of the dentists in Bergen practice their profession as general physicians, they work both private and government sectors. The other 10% have advance specialization in the dentistry area. So, if you are looking for a specialist then you have very limited options.

    Dentistry is a very profitable occupation in Norway. Since the free dental care from government ends as soon as you turn 18, the dentists earn quite a lot. But as some of the dental clinics we visited pointed out, you might want to think about getting medication insurance as well. Here are some tips when you visti countries like Bergen and europeen countries, that will help you find the best dentist.

    License:

    Its mandatory to get authorization and working license from the Doctorate of health. But there are always some black sheep who may try to scam you, make sure you look for the license when you go for a new dentist in Bergen. Even if you are going with a solid reference. Most for the time the license are framed and hanging on the wall so they are hard to miss.

    Reference:

    If you have no idea about any dentist in Bergen, you best bet would be to ask around. You will need to ask around, friends and family are the best people to turn to. They will have an honest opinion and results to show if they know a dentist in Bergen. People will first hand experience are the best people to take reference as well as advice from. Advice isn't the only thing you should ask, ask as many questions as you need, this enables you to understand what kind of a doctor you would be referred to. For example, as them, when was the last time they saw the doctor? What kind of a personality does he have? How long have they been seeing this particular doctor? Other than asking about the dentist also ask them about the cleanliness of the place, the staff treatment as ell as the payment mode and expenses per visit.

    Credentials:

    Credentials are the next thing you should worry about once you have noted down two or three dentists in your list. These credentials should include the doctor’s specializations, diplomas, dental organization’s memberships and such.

    Expenses:

    When it comes to health do not think about the expenses. Look beyond cost. If the other person got it done cheap doesn’t mean you will have it the same way. Every treatment is different, which mean variation in cost. The better the environment the expensive it will be. Good care comes with a price. Never go for cheap stuff when it comes to health, always go for the best.

    Local Dentists:

    Though it’s been seen that you get the best care from chain dentist and you find them pretty easy, but a local dentist way convenient as well as they pay more attention. You will need to dig a little but it be worth it in the end. Local dentist gives you more time, the go out of the way to accommodate you and they are under no pressure to see the designated number of patients each day, which mean you will get more out of your local dentist than the chain one’s. there will be no huge crowds as well so there will be no long lines, so you wouldn’t have to wait a lot.

    Website:

    Since it’s the age of electronics and social media, every dentist or professional person has either a Facebook page or a website. Make sure you search and visit them to get a better picture of their office practice.

    Some of the dental clinics we visited in Bergen, Norway:


    Tannlege Bjelland & Co

    Adress: Strandgaten 3, 5013 Bergen
    Email: post@tannlegebjelland.no
    Phone number: 55 31 98 66

    Website: Tannlege Bergen | Velkommen til Tannlege Bjelland & Co

    (they have some of the best social media accounts we have ever seen, both in information and fun posts!

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TannlegeBjelland

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tannlegebjelland/

    The nice and smiling dentist Christoffer Bjelland greeted us.

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  • Going to the dentist is a daunting affair for many. But it cannot take away from the importance of having a dentist on call to ensure proper and regular dental care to avoid unpleasant situations like tooth abscesses and losing teeth in adulthood. Here's a short guide on how to go about finding a good dentist in your area.  

    1.      Referrals

    Ask around to your friends and family to see which dentists are highly recommended. Your general physician could also help you find a trusted dentist. In the event of moving to a new area, get in touch with the local hospital, or with your insurance provider to get recommendations. If you are moving to another country, get in touch with the people who are bound to have the best dentist around – the Consulate.  

    2.      Logistic planning

    Accessibility is a factor to be considered. If the best dentist is in the next town, they will be of no use to you. Ergo, look for dentists in your close surroundings. Additionally, get an idea of their clinic hours to check how they fit into your schedule. While checking for the right dentist, also ensure that they have good experience treating children as well for your little ones.
     

    3.      Call them up

    A read through the Yellow Pages will give you a list of dentists in the area. Shortlist some with a little logistic planning and call them up to get a clearer idea. The way the receptionist answers the call and their degree of professionalism will go a long way as far as your comfort there is concerned.  

    4.      Interview

    Choosing the right dentist is an important decision, so try meeting a few possible options before finalizing your decision. Their interaction with you will be reflective of how comfortable you will be with that particular dentist. If there is any service they cannot offer you, ask them to refer you to someone who can.
     

    5.      Costs and background check

    Good dentists are not cheap; if you find someone who offers significantly less expensive services than the rest, chances are they're cutting corners on their practice, which is typically expensive, to save money. Also, make sure that you do a background check on the dentists via the State Dental Board to clarify their credentials.  

    6.      Don't put it off

    Poor dental hygiene can eventually even rob you of your smile and your confidence, not to mention the substantial effects such as halitosis or poisoning. No matter how scary going to the dentist seems, make sure that you follow through for your own and your family's health.  ...

  • Dentists are around to assist you with your dental health, but not to do it for you. It is on you to take their advice and follow the right steps and tricks to ensure proper dental hygiene. Here are some tips to help you care for your teeth and mouth.  

    1.      More than teeth

    Dentists are not doctors of just teeth. They have an in-depth understanding of what it takes to give you proper oral care which includes care of your gums and even correcting jaw problems and detecting oral cancer. Just as you have regular check-ups with your general physician, regular visits to the dentists will keep your complete oral health in check.
     

    2.      The right way to use toothpaste

    Although toothpaste basically appears to be soap for the teeth, the right way to use it is slightly different. Toothpaste is a topical agent, not unlike lotion – the longer it sits, the more effect it will have. After brushing and spitting out the foam, wait for half an hour before rinsing so that the toothpaste can take maximum effect.  

    3.      Don't floss to fool

    Your dentist is qualified to recognize the guilty last-minute flossing you do before a visit to the clinic. Don't bother doing this as it is more likely to hurt your gums than help them. Looking at your gums, a dentist will be able to tell whether or not you floss regularly. Oral care should be ongoing care using the right technique, and commitment.  

    4.      Be cautious about your medication

    Cavities are not just a high-school dread; tooth decay is a threat that can follow into adulthood. Some medication such as those taken for blood pressure, or anti-anxiety medication, will affect your oral health – they reduce salivary flow which could lead to decay. Make sure that you let your dentist know what medications you are on.  

    5.      Looks aren't everything

    Having a pretty smile is not an excuse to avoid dentist's visits. Diseases hide away and sometimes affect your gum causing them to recede, which in turn can do the same to your bones and create a lot of hassle. No matter how beautiful your smile is, get regular check-ups to keep track of your oral health. healthy teeth  

    6.      Good dental habits help your heart

    According to scientists, the same bacteria that give you teeth decay are also involved in heart health problems. An infection in the gums could result in the bacteria being carried everywhere through the bloodstream, raising inflammation levels. This goes to show how important oral health care is to your overall well-being.  ...