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I was referred to this Clinic by another oral surgeon to have a wisdom tooth extracted. Normally not a big baby, my last extraction was 45 years ago and it didn't go well. This morning the doctor saw me, additional x-rays were taken and we had a brief discussion of my options. OK -- the point of this review, surgery at 11:30am and he was done at 11:45am (15 minutes later). I used laughing gas, which (as a big baby) I consider a MUST HAVE for dental work, and by 5:30pm the same day I was going into my swimming pool and answering emails. Light pain killers (I don't like them), nearly no discomfort, I've even had something to eat. I'm no expert, but the equipment at the Clinic looks very good, the Clinic is very professional, costs were probably the higher end of Chiang Mai, but still a fraction of US or Europe. I don't make these decisions with money in mind, but this was an excellent and very professional experience all around. Day 2: Still a big 5 stars. Totally normal day, no discomfort at all.
I wish I could give Kitcha 6 stars but 5 is the limit. They are the gold standard of dental clinics—not just in Chiang Mai, but worldwide. I’ve had dental procedures performed by top-notch dentists in various western countries around the world. I know dental professionalism and talent. I recently had implant surgery at Kitcha, and other less invasive services. I was so impressed. The dentist (surgeon) and his staff are as good or better than any dental office I’ve been a patient; and the equipment is state of the art. Oh, did I say their prices are VERY reasonable. Come to think of it, maybe 10 stars would be more appropriate LOL. Seriously, Kitcha is AWESOME!
I cannot remember my dentist's name but she was wonder. Great knowledge, expertise and well-oiled system going. I was in and out. No problems and affordable price. I will definitely go again. Thank you for the pleasant appointment.
Very satisfied with the services provided in BIDC. I highly recommend them, all staff speak very good English and are very professional.
I have received root canal treatment, crowns, fillings and cleaning from Dr. Catt at Protech Dents first in 2016 and again in May, 2019. This last time I traveled from Australia purely for the dental care, having such a positive experience the first time. She is without doubt the best dentist I have ever visited, regardless of the much cheaper cost involved, as apposed to Australia. A modern clinic with modern equipment, hygiene a priority, but more importantly a pain free and careful treatment by a caring doctor. Highly Recommended!!!
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Dental Impression is a non-invasive dental procedure that can be carried out at short notice by any trained dentist. This type of Dentistry procedure / treatment is very affordable the world over, and particularly in Thailand - this is mostly because the skill set, experience and equipment required by the specialist doesn't need to be especially advanced. For Dental Impression, photos are required for the specialist to review prior to treatment.
Recovery is fast, with just minor discomfort to be expected, which may take a day or two to completely go away, but generally, you can expect to get on with your day immediately after Dental Impression. Forms of aftercare may include avoiding eating a few hours after and avoid consuming drinks that may stain your teeth like coffee or red wine.
Unless you opt for more dental procedures after, you are free to leave Thailand right away. Considering the high success rate of this dental treatment, complications are rare and when they do occur it's mostly just prolonged soreness and swelling of the gum and surrounding area or increased sensitivity on the teeth. If this continues or the pain becomes too much, you can go back to the dentist who may prescribe additional painkillers and meds to help combat the pain.