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DENTAL CLINIC IN BANGKOK If you are looking for a good dental clinic in Bangkok, it is best to consider its quality, dentists, dental services, hygiene, dental laboratory, general facilities and the environment. Word of mouth is highly valued when it comes to looking for a highly professional dental facility. This can give an overview whether they can provide you with the best smile and keep your teeth away from problems. QUALITY AND DENTAL SERVICE EXCELLENCE Dental Hospital Bangkok is a private modern dental clinic in Bangkok. The hospital has been open since 1990 at 88/88 Sukhumvit 49, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok and relocating to a larger site on the T77 community, Sukhumvit 77 (On Nut 1/1) in May, 2018. T77 community is the mega project development located on an over-50-rai plot of land surrounded by a green environment and conveniently linked to other parts of the city with either the main Sukhumvit Road, the BTS Sky train and nearby Expressways. Access to and from is fast and easy, with benefits from the neighbouring Habito Mall facility and Shuttle Bus services, a natural canal that runs along Sukhumvit 77 (On Nut) Road, making it a popular new location for Thais and foreigners alike, Dental Hospital Sukhumvit 77 - Opening MAY 2018. The hospital provides complete dental services, dental check-ups, teeth cleaning, teeth whitening, composite white filling, ceramic veneers, ceramic inlays, gold inlays, braces, Invisalign with iTero Intraoral Scanner, microscopic root canal treatment, crowns, bridges, IPS e.max crown, CAD/CAM dental restoration, dental implant, All-On-4 dental implants, pediatric dentistry, temporomandibular joint, oral and maxillofacial surgery with the highest quality dental care by dental specialists in the most gentle manner possible. Our high standard dental procedures ensure that there is no compromise on all aspects of dental quality, hygiene and sterilisation of each and every service. The environment is more likely to make patients feel relaxed and comfortable. Our philosophy is to take away the fear often associated with the dental office. Patients should receive dental care with the least amount of stress possible. Sixty percent of patients are foreigners who are expatriates, diplomats, business persons, airline crew members, travellers and forty percent are Thais. Patients receive the most hygienic treatment for all dental works by specialists and we are confident that all patients will receive the highest quality dental work. Our high-tech laboratory features the latest products, services, and techniques available that we provide for our patients with a complete solution, utilizing only the best materials to produce dental restorations with precise fits and perfect aesthetics.
Facility 1 Oral Diagnosis Room 1 Consultation Room 1 Dental Emergency Room 2 Panoramic and CT Scan 14 Intraoral X-ray Room(s) 4 VIP Dental Treatment Room(s) 24 Dental Treatment Room(s) 6 Microscopic Endodontics 1 Operating Room 2 Admitting Room(s) 1 Children's Corner 1 Sky Lobby-Snack Bar 1 VIP Lounge 1 Dentist on Duty Room 1 Central Sterilisation Center 2 Handicapped Toilets 2 Large Hospital Patient Lift(s) 1 Large Hospital Staff Lift 2 Dump Waiters on Each Floor Double Glass Windows Smoke Alarm Fire Exit Shuttle Bus Services 27 Parking available at basement 85 Habito Mall Parking 2 EV Charging Station Credit Cards Visa-Master-American Express JCB-International Debit Credit Card Online
Dental Hospital: We care for healthy smiles DENTAL HOSPITAL Dental Hospital is a private modern hospital in Bangkok. The hospital has been open since 1990 at 88/88 Sukhumvit 49, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok and relocating to a larger site in the T77 community at 7 Soi On Nut 1/1, Sukhumvit 77, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok on May 17, 2018. Tooth Extraction: Post-Operative Instructions TOOTH EXTRACTION Sometimes, teeth need to be removed due to decay, disease or trauma. Having a tooth "pulled" is called a tooth extraction. When you have an extraction, it's natural that changes will occur in your mouth. The dentist may give you instructions to follow after the extraction, and it's important to talk to the dentist if you have any questions or problems. Here are some general guidelines to help promote healing, prevent complications, and make you more comfortable. Wisdom Tooth Removal: Post-Operative Instructions WISDOM TOOTH REMOVAL Wisdom teeth get their name because they are the last teeth to come in, around the time of young adulthood to the age when a person gains maturity and wisdom. Most permanent (adult) teeth come in by age 13. A few years later, between ages 17-21, your wisdom teeth usually push their way through your gums. But sometimes wisdom teeth do not have enough room to come in or are in the wrong position. These wisdom teeth are called “Impacted” and may have to be removed. Root Canal Therapy: Can Save Your Tooth ROOT CANAL THERAPY Your teeth are meant to last a lifetime. Years ago, diseased or injured teeth were usually pulled. But today, a tooth can often be saved through root canal therapy. Endodontics is the branch of dentistry that specializes in treating diseases or injuries to the dental pulp. Endodontists are dentists that specialize in treating diseases of, or injuries to, dental pulp. Your dentist may refer you to an endodontist to perform your root canal procedure. Dental Implant: Are they an option for you? DENTAL IMPLANT Dental implants are posts surgically placed into the upper or lower jawbone. They replace one or more teeth that are next to each other. Implants are an effective way to replace missing natural teeth. When teeth are lost because of disease or an accident, dental implants may be a good option. People may choose implants to replace a single tooth, more than one tooth, or to support a full set of dentures. Scaling and Root planning: A treatment for gum disease SCALING AND ROOT PLANNING Periodontal disease is an infection and inflammation that affects the tissues and bone that support your teeth. It is also called gum disease. When you have gum disease, your gum pull away from your teeth. As the gum disease gets worse, the tissues and bones that support your teeth are damaged. Scaling and Root Planing, a type of deep cleaning treatment that your periodontist may recommend for treating your gum disease. All about Prosthodontics: Why do I need a crown? DENTAL CROWN Dental crowns are an oral solution for a variety of dental concerns, including teeth that are weak, decayed, broken, chipped, cracked, fractured, or discolored. Dental crowns are “caps” that can be placed over and cover an existing tooth from the gum line and up, helping to repair and enhance both the appearance and health of the tooth. All about Orthodontics: Healthy and Beautiful Smiles ORTHODONTICS Your smile is your greeting to the world. It’s also a window to an important part of your dental health, the alignment of your teeth. Not everyone is born with beautiful teeth. Crooked teeth or spaces between the teeth may be a source of embarrassment or self-consciousness. Improperly aligned teeth and jaws called a “malocclusion” also can lead to a host of sometimes painful dental disorders. Caring for your braces: We care for healthy smiles BRACES Good oral hygiene is the key to a healthy mouth throughout life. With braces tooth cleaning is more complicated as plaque quickly builds up around brackets, bands and wires. Daily cleaning with a regular toothbrush is important to prevent cavities, gum inflammation and bad breath. Caring for your implants: We care for healthy smiles IMPLANTS Care for your dental implants just as well as you would care for your natural tooth. Through oral hygiene is necessary to prevent diseases around the implants. With proper home care and regular professional maintenance, you can keep your new teeth throughout life. You can prevent peri-implant disease through good oral hygiene. Dental care for children: We care for healthy smiles CHILDREN Establishing good oral hygiene routines at a young age is the first step towards healthy teeth, the whole life through. Brush twice a day, morning and evening. It need not take place in the bathroom, you could just as well brush in bed or on the changing table, let the child lie on its back with the head nearest to you. The little older child can sit in your lap, learning the head on your arm. Children may need help to brush until the age of 10. Simple tips for a healthy smile: We care for healthy smiles HEALTHY SMILE You have a lot to gain from giving your teeth a few minutes of attention every day. Research shows that oral health also affects your overall health. Take care of your smile, and chances are good that you can keep your teeth for life. Healthy gums are light pink with a stippled surface, and fit firmly around each tooth. There is no bleeding when you brush or clean between your teeth. It is important to brush each morning and evening.