Dentists in Frankfurt

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I can recommend Frau Dr. Heh near Holzhausenpark on Oederweg.

 

http://www.praxis-dr-heh.de/

 

Nice staff, almost no waiting time. She made me an inlay half a year ago. I was quite pleased with her.

As to the costs: she works together with a dental labaratory which is based around here (which I find okay). So if you prefer chinese or polish inlays etc she is perhaps not the right person for you.

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Any Zahnarzt/Zahnärztin (dentist) in your neighbourhood will help you ... if you tell him/her "Ich habe starke Schmerzen" he/she will treat you immediately on the spot

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Hallo

 

I am looking for a dentist in the Frankfurt city area (I work near the Hauptwache). I want to go for my annual control and I want to use my DAK insurance. I generally hate the dentist and was hoping that someone out there knows of a dentist that is relativly 'nice'.

 

Ciao,

Gail

 

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I also hate the dentist but would recommend my one as she was extremely good and understanding. She was recommended to me by a colleague in the dental industry.

 

Joanna K Erker

Arnsburger Str. 18

60385 Frankfurt

 

Tel. 069 439702

 

She is in Bornheim but literally a two minute walk from the U4 stop Höhenstr. so it is nit that much out of the way from centre of town :D

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Hi there,

 

I can recommend Robert Weinreich

Zahnarztpraxis am Opernplatz Dr.med.dent.

(069) 721221

Neue Mainzer Str. 84 (Close to the Alte Oper)

 

He's very good and he speaks English really well- he used to have a practice in LA, I believe.

 

Good luck!

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Hi. I can say i find a very nice and understanding dentist in Dreieich (very near to frankfurt). She got a lot of pation, she speak 5 languages ( English, Romania, French, Ivrit). She explained me everything. Her name is Cecilia Rosner.

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There is a dentist on Marchbachweg in Frankfurt. I used to go to her. I forgot her name just look for the dentist on Marbachweg. She is a native english speaker.

 

As for dentists in Germany ripping people off. That is not true. If you have health insurance which is required in Germany by law. Then you only pay a €10 euro co-payment every quarter. I have been in Germany now for 6 years and now speak fluent german and have recieved my certificate in German. So, I can effectively communicate and integrate and know the ins and outs of german society.

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As for dentists in Germany ripping people off. That is not true. If you have health insurance which is required in Germany by law. Then you only pay a €10 euro co-payment every quarter. I have been in Germany now for 6 years and now speak fluent german and have recieved my certificate in German. So, I can effectively communicate and integrate and know the ins and outs of german society.

I do not think the problem here was ripping people off. But more often than not and especially with private patients there are some dentists who will do work that is not necessary just to get the money. It is very common and a lot of people in the medical company I work for have confirmed this. So many people have their wisdom teeth removed when it is not necessary for example.

 

As for the 10€ per quarter and the health insurance covering everything this is not correct there are many things that are not covered under the insurance so it is recommended sometimes to get a supplement on the insurance - I think both private and public companies offer this. I know crowns are not covered completely by the insurance - I think most of the time they pay half at least that was the case for me. I am also not sure about root work and if that is covered.

It all depends on the type of insurance you have.

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Please check CAD-G,

 

Centre for affordable dentistry in Germany.

 

0451 7907041 This service is free of charge. They compare prices and technology.

German precision and implants from 1.400.- EUR all included.

No hidden fees. Very friendly.

 

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Hello,

 

Wondering if someone can help me! I have just broken a tooth! Literally in the last 15 minutes whilst eating my dinner. I have never been to the dentist in Germany and was wondering how things work. I have health insurance but I doubt it will be free somehow. If anyone can recommend a dentist in Frankfurt then I would be most grateful.

 

On the topic of the insurance, the website says this.

 

Wenn Sie Zahnschmerzen haben oder einfach nur regelmäßig zur Vorsorge zum Zahnarzt gehen, die IKK übernimmt die Kosten.

 

Zur zahnärztlichen Behandlung zählen Zahnfüllungen, Wurzel- und Parodontose-Behandlungen und selbstverständlich die regelmäßigen Vorsorgeuntersuchungen. Legen Sie einfach beim Zahnarzt Ihre Krankenversichertenkarte vor. Lediglich bei den Kosten für Zahnersatz ist eine Selbstbeteiligung der Versicherten gesetzlich vorgeschrieben. Seit dem 01.01.2004 wird auch beim Zahnarzt eine Praxisgebühr von 10 Euro für den ersten Besuch in jedem Quartal fällig - ausgenommen sind Vorsorgeuntersuchungen.

 

Is this saying that they only cover a checkup, then I have to pay 10 euro for a visit every quarter.

 

Many thanks!!!

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I'd still recommend my dentist, the details are below.

 

As for your broken tooth - what is exactly broken? If you just need a cap then I believe this is covered under insurance. If you are going to want a new tooth/implant at the front then this will not be covered by the insurance. My boyfriend is going through this at the moment and I think the cost is about 1500€ for the screw and implant whatever at a specialist referred to from our normal dentist, the actual actual tooth itself will also be done by normal dentist and as far as I am aware covered under the health insurance.

 

 

Joanna K Erker

Arnsburger Str. 18

60385 Frankfurt

 

Tel. 069 439702

 

She is in Bornheim but literally a two minute walk from the U4 stop Höhenstr. so it is nit that much out of the way from centre of town

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Hi! I've recently been spending ALOT of time at the dentists and am very pleased with mine - Dr. Arlett Hovakimian, Dentalpraxis Unterlindau, Unterlindau 12, Tel: +49 (0) 69 710 35 817. It's about a 5min walk from the Alte Oper.

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Any new input on good English speaking dentists for kids? I did see the thread from 05 - 07 but since it is outdated I thought I would cast a line. Also open to suggestions on pediatricians. With regards to English speaking we are certainly willing to try our best German that we have learned in a whopping 3 months here but I find that especially with complex things like healthcare it helps when you have someone that will at least work with you to ensure understanding. Thanks.

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I have been going to this dentist now for about 8 years and have been quite happy. I especially like that he is "painless". Seriously, even the novicaine shots haven't hurt. He is right off of the Schwiezer strasse on Garten Strasse. Right above the Sprach Cafe'. I also liked the fact that the crap orthodontist that I made a mistake taking my daughter and son to, wanted my daughter to have several teeth pulled, and this dentist refused to do it. He recommended another ortho, with which we were then quite satisfied and this ortho was appalled that the other one wanted these perfectly good teeth pulled for no reason at all.

 

Dr. Andreas M&W - 8:30-13:00 and 15:00-19:00 T&Th. 08:30-16:00 Fri. 08:30-13:00

Tel. - 622323

Garten Strasse 6

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