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Dental Services

No.

Service

Rate, BYR

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1.

General dental care (dental therapy, dental surgery, outpatient surgery, prosthetic dentistry, orthodontics)

1.1.

First appointment with a dentist + examination

139600

1.2.

Follow-up during treatment

69800

1.3.

Examination + medical report by

 

1.3.1.

Medical specialist

209400

1.4.

Evaluation of dental images

34800

1.5.

Evaluation of visiograms, panoramic radiographs, orthopantomograms and teleroentgenograms

104600

1.6.

Evaluation of the results of other examinations

34800

1.7.

Motivation based on dental risk factors. Teeth cleaning tips.

69800

1.8.

Coating of one tooth with a fluoride-containing or sealing medication

28000

1.9.

Coating of each next tooth with a fluoride-containing or sealing medication

21000

1.10.

Selective grinding of cusps

28000

1.11.

Selective grinding of cusps of two adjacent teeth

41800

1.12.

Control of oral hygiene using special oral hygiene indices (key teeth are evaluated)

55800

1.13.

Control of oral hygiene using colouring agents

69800

1.14.

Removal of plaque from one tooth + cleaning of one tooth

21000

1.15.

Removal of calculus from one tooth by hooks

41800

1.16.

Removal of calculus from one tooth using dental instruments and chemical agents

83000

1.17.

Ultrasonic scaling of one tooth

41600

1.19.

Removal of calculus from one tooth using a dental sandblaster

41600

1.20.

Removal of calculus and plaque, root preparation of one tooth using Vektor device

51800

1.21.

Polishing of one tooth after removal of calculus

28000

1.22.

Temporary dental filling

34800

1.23.

Removal of one hard dental filling

83800

1.24.

Removal of one defective filling

41800

1.28.

Oral irrigation (instillation)

21000

1.29.

Gingival retraction (one tooth)

21000

1.30.

Haemostatic agent

21000

1.31.

Provisional splinting using composite resin, per tooth (materials are for additional charge)

69800

1.32.

Provisional splinting using fiberglass tape, per tooth

174400

1.33.

Provisional splinting using fiberglass tape + replacement of one tooth (materials are for additional charge)

69800

1.34.

Coagulation of hypertrophied interdental gingival

28000

1.35.

Local management of oral lesions using medications

155800

1.45.

Application anesthesia

34800

1.46.

Infiltration anesthesia

69800

1.47.

Regional nerve block

104600

1.48.

Intraligamentary anesthesia

69800

1.49.

Odontodiagnosis of one tooth

34800

2.1.

Fissure sealing, per tooth (non-invasive)

103800

2.2.

Fissure sealing, per tooth (invasive)

155800

2.3.

Preparation of cavity of one tooth (I, II, III, IV and V class of Black’s classification) during treatment of caries and non-carious diseases developed after tooth eruption + localization of cavities regardless of cavity surface:

 

2.3.1.

Minimal invasive cavity preparation

83000

2.3.2.

Cavity preparation, 1/3 of dental crown damaged

124600

2.3.3.

Cavity preparation, 1/2 of dental crown damaged

187000

2.3.4.

Cavity preparation, over ½ of crown damaged

238800

2.4.

Separating cement base

83000

2.5.

Separating glass-ionomer cement base

103800

2.6.

Separating photocurable base (composite, compomer, flow)

83000

2.7.

Separating base made with the help of an adhesive system

83000

2.8.

Calcium-containing pupl cap

83000

2.9.

Endodontic treatment of one tooth (in case of pulpitis or apical periodontitis):

 

2.9.1.

Preparation of carious cavity and cavity of a single-rooted tooth

124600

2.9.2.

Preparation of carious cavity and cavity of a multi-rooted tooth

187000

2.9.3.

Devitalizing paste

41600

2.9.4.

Preparation of one root canal with a good patency using dental instruments

103800

2.9.5.

Preparation of one root canal with a bad patency using dental instruments

228400

2.9.8.

Pulp amputation

31200

2.9.9.

Application of filling paste over root canal orifice

51800

2.9.10.

Extirpation of pulp from one root canal

51800

2.9.11.

Removal of filling paste and preparation of one root canal using dental instruments

207600

2.9.12.

Removal of cement or resorcin-formalin and preparation of one root canal using dental instruments

311600

2.9.15.

Antiseptic preparation of one root canal

51800

2.9.16.

Treatment of one root canal with special agents for retrieval and enlargement of root canals (lubricants)

83000

2.9.17.

Therapeutic canal packing of one root canal

83000

2.9.23.

Measurement of root canal length with Apexlocator device

83000

2.10.

Restoration of one dental crown with a chemical cure composite in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface:

 

2.10.1.

Restoration of one dental crown with a chemical cure composite in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity (minimal invasive preparation of cavity)

155800

2.10.2.

Restoration of one dental crown with a chemical cure composite in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (1/3 of crown damaged)

207600

2.10.3.

Restoration of one dental crown with a chemical cure composite in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (1/2 of crown damaged)

228400

2.10.4.

Restoration of one dental crown with a chemical cure composite in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (over 1/2 of crown damaged)

311600

2.11.

Restoration of one dental crown with a composite resin in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface:

 

2.11.1.

Restoration of one dental crown with a composite resin in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity (minimal invasive preparation of cavity)

207600

2.11.2.

Restoration of one dental crown with a composite resin in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (1/3 of crown damaged)

259600

2.11.3.

Restoration of one dental crown with a composite resin in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (1/2 of crown damaged)

311600

2.11.4.

Restoration of one dental crown with a composite resin in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (over 1/2 of crown damaged)

363400

2.12.

Restoration of one dental crown with a compomer in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface:

 

2.12.1.

Restoration of one dental crown with a compomer in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity (minimal invasive preparation of cavity)

207600

2.12.2.

Restoration of one dental crown with a compomer in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (1/3 of crown damaged)

259600

2.12.3.

Restoration of one dental crown with a compomer in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (1/2 of crown damaged)

311600

2.12.4.

Restoration of one dental crown with a compomer in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (over 1/2 of crown damaged)

363400

2.13.

Restoration of one dental crown with a silver amalgam in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface:

 

2.13.1.

Restoration of one dental crown with a silver amalgam in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity (minimal invasive preparation of cavity)

155800

2.13.2.

Restoration of one dental crown with a silver amalgam in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (1/3 of crown damaged)

207600

2.13.3.

Restoration of one dental crown with a silver amalgam in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (1/2 of crown damaged)

 

2.13.4.

Restoration of one dental crown with a silver amalgam in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (over 1/2 of crown damaged)

207600

2.14.

Restoration of one dental crown with glass-ionomer cement in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface:

259600

2.14.1.

Restoration of one dental crown with glass-ionomer cement in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity (minimal invasive preparation of cavity)

311600

2.14.2.

Restoration of one dental crown with glass-ionomer cement in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (1/3 of crown damaged)

363400

2.14.3.

Restoration of one dental crown with glass-ionomer cement in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (1/2 of crown damaged)

 

2.14.4.

Restoration of one dental crown with glass-ionomer cement in patients with caries of I, II, II, IV or V class of Black’s classification + cavity localization regardless of cavity surface (over 1/2 of crown damaged)

259600

2.15.

Restoration of a dental crown with a parapulpar post (filling is for additional charge)

259600

2.16.

Restoration of a dental crown with a fiberglass or carbon fiber post in one root canal (filling is for additional charge)

207600

2.17.

Restoration of a dental crown with an anchor (intrapulpar post) in one tooth canal (filling is for additional charge)

103800

2.18.

Direct veneer covering of dental crown (filling is for additional charge)

155800

2.19.

Restoration of a crown angle chip (filling is for additional charge)

259600

2.20.

Restoration of a crown angle in patients with caries or pulpitis (filling is for additional charge)

311600

2.21.

Full restoration of anatomic shape of a front tooth crown (filling is for additional charge)

41600

2.22.

Full restoration of anatomic shape of a grinding tooth crown (filling is for additional charge)

41600

2.23.

Matrix application

20800

2.24.

Placement of matrix retainer

 

2.25.

Placement of interdental wedges

83000

2.27.

Finishing and polishing of a chemical cure composite filling

155800

2.28.

Finishing and polishing of a glass-ionomer cement filling

103800

2.30.

Filling sealing

51800

 

Note: the rates above do not include cost of main and accessory materials which are to be paid for separately.

 

 

 

 

 

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