Dental implants..

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Dental implants..

Post by V4281051 » Sat Apr 01, 2017 3:15 pm

Can anyone give me a recommendation where to have a dental implant in Hua Hin ? How many visits to a dentist would this take over what timeframe..Why I ask is if I have to add on the cost of air fares from the UK the cost may be more in Thailand than the UK..?

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Post by handdrummer » Sun Apr 02, 2017 9:02 am

contact S Smile. the dentist is excellent, speaks enough English and the office staff are very helpful. that being said I doubt that, factoring in airfare, you would save any money by coming here. the price of health care in Thailand is rising and it's not, with a few exceptions, world standard. if you really want to have inplants done here you may be better off looking in Bangkok, the quality of work is generally better and the prices more flexible. if you're set on Hua Hin then S Smile is my first choice. others may recommend different dentists, it all depends on one's experience.

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Post by V4281051 » Fri Apr 07, 2017 1:07 am

Thanks for your reply..Just thought about Hua hin because my wife has a house there..

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Post by BOZ » Fri Apr 07, 2017 1:19 am

Perfect Smile is an excellent dental clinic... Great prices and good english... I had my Thai wife in need of a root canal in the USA @$2500... I flew her home to HH to get it done, they actually did a 2nd one that really was needed but not causing major issues... Airfare 2 root canals and we still save $500USD ($3000 if you consider the 2nd RC at USD price)... Plus she got to see her family, spend sometime in our house there... So I would say prices in Thailand are much more reasonable for sure!!!!
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Post by Big Boy » Fri Apr 07, 2017 7:24 am

I would endorse Perfect Smile, if for nothing else, their fantastic bedside manner.

I'm terrified of the dentist - probably Big Baby rather than Big Boy. They realised this, and were so gentle with me. I wouldn't consider anywhere else.
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Post by jandal33 » Mon Jul 10, 2017 4:40 am

Hi, Im just recovering from dental implants day 10 now and the stitches are coming out today. It certainly isn't a walk in the park with swelling and discomfort. Infection control, no smoking and drinking is a big issue for the success of implants so I chose to have the first stage done in Australia being able relax to recover in the comfort of my own home.
This stage will take 3-6 months to heal before the implants are capped. Then I will probably have the rest done in Bangkok at one of the well established hospitals.
I have had previous dental treatment. root canal and crowns in Bangkok and have been very happy with the quality of the work.
Good Luck with yours.

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Post by bsdk1960 » Mon Jul 10, 2017 9:31 am

jandal33 wrote:
Mon Jul 10, 2017 4:40 am
Hi, Im just recovering from dental implants day 10 now and the stitches are coming out today. It certainly isn't a walk in the park with swelling and discomfort. Infection control, no smoking and drinking is a big issue for the success of implants so I chose to have the first stage done in Australia being able relax to recover in the comfort of my own home.
This stage will take 3-6 months to heal before the implants are capped. Then I will probably have the rest done in Bangkok at one of the well established hospitals.
I have had previous dental treatment. root canal and crowns in Bangkok and have been very happy with the quality of the work.
Good Luck with yours.
Can you recommend a dentist in Bangkok ,please ?

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