140 €

Upper gastrointestinal system endoscopy (gastroscopy)

Kyanous Stavros-Euromedica > Gastroenterology Diagnostics > Upper gastrointestinal system endoscopy (gastroscopy)

Upper and lower GI endoscopies: Procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions in the oesophagus, stomach , duodenum and colon.

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Markopoulos Konstantinos
Gastroenterologist
+1000
Treatments / Year
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International cert.

140 €

1 days treatment
+1000
Treatments / Year
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International cert.
205 €

Microsurgical discectomy

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest > Herniated disk > Microsurgical discectomy

Disc herniation is a disease wich can affect patients of any age. It may result secondary of trauma, from injuries to the spine, different accidents or, in some cases, there isn’t an identified cause ( in this case the disease is know as idiopathic disc herniation).

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Nichifor Rares
MD Radiologist
0
Treatments / Year

PONDERAS HOSPITAL ARES at Bucharest

205 €

1 days treatment
0
Treatments / Year
210 €

Lower gastrointestinal endoscopy (colonoscopy)

Kyanous Stavros-Euromedica > Gastroenterology Diagnostics > Lower gastrointestinal endoscopy (colonoscopy)

Upper and lower GI endoscopies: Procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions in the oesophagus, stomach , duodenum and colon.

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Markopoulos Konstantinos
Gastroenterologist
+1000
Treatments / Year
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International cert.

210 €

1 days treatment
+1000
Treatments / Year
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219 €

Μolar apicoectomy

Poliklinika Bagatin > Oral surgery > Μolar apicoectomy

It is a surgical procedure in which the tip of the tooth root is removed with a surrounding inflamed tissue (cysts, granulomas). This procedure is done when endodontic therapy did not cured the pathological process at the root of the tooth. Apicoectomy  is performed under local anesthesia and the course of treatment is painless.

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Radić Marin
General Dentisty
500 - 1000
Treatments / Year

219 €

1 days treatment
500 - 1000
Treatments / Year
342 €

Sinus lift (minor)

Poliklinika Bagatin > Bone loss in the sinus cavity for implant installation > Sinus lift (minor)

It is possible to insert implant only if there is enough volume in the jaw bone that will hold the implant. When the tooth is lost, the volume of the bone can decrease. Sinus lift procedure consists of upgrading or adding bone to the the sinus cavity above the upper jaw.

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Doblanović Krešimir
Oral surgery specialist
Munitić Mirna
Dental prosthetics specialist
50 - 200
Treatments / Year

342 €

1 days treatment
50 - 200
Treatments / Year

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An arthroscopic surgical procedure that involves cutting, shaping, and smoothing of the front or lower surface of the acromion to relieve compression of the rotator cuff between the acromion and head of the humerus when the arm is raised overhead

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