Modified on: Fri, 6 Nov, 2015 at 10:08 AM
- Dental services in Iceland are provided at private dentist practices. It is the parents' responsibility to take their children to a regular check-up at a dentist.
- Icelandic Health Insurance reimburse part of the price for children, pensioners and disability pensioners. Children aged three, six and twelve are entitled to surveillance and prevention at a dentist once a year, free of charge.
- The Icelandic Dentist Association has a webpage where you can find dentists by region (www.tannsi.is).
- Tannlæknavaktin is the dental emergency care in Reykjavik. The patient services provided is limited to the urgent condition and follow-up care is suggested to be completed at another time. Appointments are scheduled at a day-by-day basis and availability.
- Openinghours: 08:00-22:00
- Telephone: 426-8000
- Address: Vínlandsleið 16 - Reykjavík
- Webpage: http://www.tannlaeknavaktin.is/index.php/in-english
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