Services for patients with special needs
The center offers unique services for high-risk patients and individuals with special needs, including:
- Regular oral care
- Gum surgery
- Dental rehabilitation
- Dental implants (in collaboration with the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery)
Treatment under general anesthesia for children and adults
Dental treatment under general anesthesia is beneficial for patients with accompanying medical conditions or people who experience severe anxiety. Typically, care is provided in a single visit.
Special services for international patients
Oral health services at the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center are specially designed to accommodate patients who travel for treatment. Fast-track scheduling provides international patients with quality long-term solutions, accommodating their time constraints and travel itineraries.
Service fees for dental procedures are extremely attractive. In fact, including travel, it is often less expensive to be treated at the Medical Center for quality oral surgery and oral rehabilitation than to have treatment in the U.S. or Europe.
Dental reconstruction patients traveling for care find that Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center provides them both oral function and aesthetics for:
- Implants including bridges, dentures, and other restorative solutions
- Same-day and one-hour prosthetics services
- Crowns and bridges that can be completed in several appointments within 2 weeks
Pediatric dental services
The pediatric specialists and orthodontists at Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center provide state-of-the-art dentistry for children of all ages suffering from dental caries. Special kid-friendly techniques are used to accommodate children who are resistant to treatment. Dental procedures can be performed using local anesthesia, conscious sedation, or general anesthesia. A single short visit can solve most pediatric dental problems.
Medical Center dentists also provide quality dentistry to children being treated with chemotherapy and children with heart conditions who are at high risk for infection.