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  1. First Ever German Dentist Appointment

    Facharzt für Mund-, Kiefer- und Gesichtschirurgie https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mund-,_Kiefer-_und_Gesichtschirurgie
  2. You can buy test kits. E. g. https://www.amazon.de/Schimmeltest-für-Hause-Schimmelpilz-Schimmelpilzbelastung/dp/B01M6CNPXU
  3. First Ever German Dentist Appointment

    If you can´t find a regular dentist who has a cooperation agreement with an anesthesiologist either ask one of those whether they are cooperating with a dentist or turn to a dental surgeon. They for sure will work with the assistance of an anesthesiologist. You just might have to pay for that luxury out of pocket) in Germany - no idea about Austria). I had two wisdom teeth pulled by a dental surgeon for that reason and  I felt nothing at all. I had been asleep so to speak. Just didn´t enjoy eating so much afterwards.
  4. It might help rinsing your nose as desribed here.   Plus I´d probably take a secretolytic (e. g. gelomyrtol or acetylcysteine) to reduce the viscosity of the mucus (will only work if you drink lots (i.e. enough to produce at least 2 l or urine per day) as liquefaction needs fluid). This will (hopefully) allow for better drainage of your sinuses through the ducts between your sinuses and the nose as will using a vasoconstrictor spray (e. g. oxymetazoline) to open up those ducts which may be blocked by swollen mucous membranes. Taking a combination of a sympathomimetic and an antihistamine (e. g. Rhinopront) might also be a good idea as the antihistamine will reduce secretion and the sympathomimetic will reduce blood flow to the mucous membranes and thereby help to keep the ducts open.   Don´t lie in bed but rather sit so that gravity can help drain your sinuses. The mucus staying there would provide for a breeding ground for bacteria.  
  5. Chimney sweep access to your house

    Here you´ll find the district chimney sweeper in charge of your district. Click on " BEVOLLMÄCHTIGTER BEZIRKSSCHORNSTEINFEGER " and enter your postcode. He´ll be able to answer your questions.
  6. First Ever German Dentist Appointment

    Analgosedation will be done by an anesthesiologist. Why not simply ask for one?
  7. First Ever German Dentist Appointment

    Not when it comes to taking care of a patient who´s breathing is depressed due to pain killers. For that you have trained nurses who know how to ventilate someone. But in a dentist´s practise gas is likey not used anyway. More likely a combination of an opiod and e. g. propofol/benzodiaepine.
  8. First Ever German Dentist Appointment

    Yes, they are. As long as they do it according to "Facharztstandard" (they don´t necessarily have to be a Facharzt themselves) and are prepared to take the responsibility. Problem is that usually you can´t do it without assistance. But a trained nurse could solve that problem. In theory any freshly approbated  physician would be allowed to do heart surgery - he´ll have problems though if something goes wrong. Apart from the problem of finding a patient who´d let him. At least that was the legal situation when I still cared about it (more than 20 years ago).
  9. First Ever German Dentist Appointment

    They are. Who else should be?
  10. First Ever German Dentist Appointment

    There is no such limit in Germany. A physician (not 100% sure about dentists but I doubt it´s different) may use as much as needed - of course he´s responsible for the safety of whatever amount he administers. That´s why dentists will usually be hesitant to administer doses which are high enough to risk respiratory failure as they´re not trained enough to deal with that. Therefore, if you want to be on the safe side ask for an anesthesiologist to come along and do an analgosedation. You won´t feel anything, but you may have to pay out of pocket for that luxury as it´s not routinely covered by health insurance.
  11. A letter may have a weight of up to 2 kg. I´d send it as Einschreiben so you can get a tracking number and have insurance for it. The German term is e. g. a "Briefumschlag aus Karton" or "kartonierter Briefumschlag").
  12. First Ever German Dentist Appointment

    I´m that happy with my German dentist that I fly over to Germany if I need dental work. And according to jameda I´m not the only one happy with his work. May he never retire!
  13. What about telling your current employer that you have an offer paying € 1100.- more? Maybe he´ll make a counter-offer. If not, it depends on your circumstances (e. g. can you expect inheritance, how safe is your line of business, will it be possible to rent out your house in Munich at a rent recovering the cost, are you planning to have (more) kids, what about your wife´s job...) and your risk-tolerance. And most importantly, how much do you enjoy your current job.
  14. First Ever German Dentist Appointment

    It used to be like that if you went at least once a year for a dental check-up they would cover more. Not sure whether it´s still like that. You might want to find out.
  15. The only proof of that is an excerpt form the land registry. I guess the sellers aren´t registered there yet as otherwise they wouldn´t have had to present the Erbschein as "proof" (which it isn´t) that they´re allowed to sell the property . I mean, in theory the decedent could have sold the house 5 min before passing away and this sale simply is not registered yet. In that case the heirs will have an Erbschein but that doesn´t mean the house is theirs to sell.