Diagnosis is often challenging because many signs and symptoms are nonspecific. For example, redness of the skin (erythema), by itself, is a sign of many disorders and thus does not tell the healthcare professional what is wrong. Thus differential diagnosis, in which several possible explanations are compared and contrasted, must be performed. This involves the correlation of various pieces of information followed by the recognition and differentiation of patterns. Occasionally the process is made easy by a sign or symptom (or a group of several) that is pathognomonic.


If our patient goes to a dentist in his country before coming to our country and has DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING there, we do not charge the fees in the DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING title from our patient, and we inform the patient of the total treatment fee in advance to the plan made by the doctor in his country (of course, the planning and fees may change after we examine). We have 4 conditions for this;

Before coming to our country, getting DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING service from a dentist in his own country and sending us the planning (if possible, 40 days before coming here on average)
For the purpose of confirming that the beneficiary of the service, that is, the patient, complies with the exception conditions, the service providers check the passport of the person being treated and take a photocopy of the passport (blue card for those who have lost their Turkish citizenship by obtaining permission to leave) from the patient, provided that they have not been in Turkey for more than six months in the last 1 year.
After entering our country, you can come to our clinic within 1 day at the latest and make a DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING again and free of charge, and then pay the treatment fee in advance within 1 day at the latest.
Giving us the plane ticket on the way to our country.


  1. What are the conditions that apply when a patient has already undergone DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING at a dentist in their home country before visiting your dental clinic? How does your clinic handle the fees associated with DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING in such cases, and what information is provided to the patient regarding the total treatment fee based on the initial plan made by the dentist in their home country (with the understanding that the plan and fees may be subject to change after examination)?

    1. Certainly. Before our patient comes, it would be much better if he went to a dentist in his country, had the necessary films taken and had an examination. If the dentist in our patient’s home country makes a diagnosis and treatment plan, we give our patient a price according to that planning. Of course, together with this plan, it would be better if our patient sends us the intraoral photographs and the necessary x-ray films, if any, to the mail address of grup@erdemazim.com.tr.

      In general, this plan is followed, but sometimes additional treatments may be required. Of course, if our dentists do not approve of this treatment plan, they may change our patient during their own examination.

      “Elbette. Hastamız gelmeden önce ülkesinde bir diş hekimine gider, gerekli filmleri çektirir, muayenesini olursa çok daha iyi olur. Hastamızın kendi ülkesindeki diş hekimi bir teşhis ve tedavi planlaması çıkarırsa biz de o planlamaya göre hastamıza bir fiyat veririz. Tabi bu plan ile beraber varsa ağız içi fotoğraflar ve gerekli röntgen filmlerini de hastamız bize grup@erdemazim.com.tr mail aresine gönderirse iyi olur.

      Genel olarak bu planlamaya uyulmakla beraber bazen ek tedaviler çıkabiliyor. Diş hekimlerimiz çok nadir bu tedavi planlamasını uygun görmezse hastamızı kendileri muayene ettiği sırada değiştirebiliyor tabi.”

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