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BANGKOK 19 February 2019 08:32
oslooskar

Dentistry in Rayong or Pattaya Area

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Suspect some of those small shops do not bother with much sterilization.  They should all have an autoclave.  

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On 1/17/2019 at 2:54 PM, stud858 said:

I used to do small shop clinics. But now realised after experience best to go to bangkok.pattaya hospital in Pattaya. Most professional. Pay a bit more. Latest equipment, tools, and glues.

Agreed. Like @Simhne I now use their Rayong counterpart.

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On 1/17/2019 at 7:14 AM, ghworker2010 said:

If you can travel a bit further from Rayong to Chanthaburi I would recommend using 'Dr. Air Dental Clinic'. Its modern and clean. The assistant told me that they change the 'burr' (maybe incorrect spelling) for each customer. I think its the thingy that covers the suctions and other tubes that the dr uses on all patients. She said most clinics just wipe them clean because its cheaper. But Dr Air dental clinic uses a new burr on each customer. 

Thanks for he info on Dr Air sir.

WE are planning on building in Chan this year and were on the look out for a good dentist in the city and will look her up when over in April.

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On 1/8/2019 at 12:44 PM, vogie said:

I live in the Sattahip/Rayong area and today went for treatment for a broken and decayed tooth, my problem is I am quite phobic about objects inserted in my mouth, like cotton wool etc. Today he tried to put a X ray slide in my mouth and he ended up giving me a local anestetic because of my phobia. He ended up not being able to do the work and suggested I go to an hospital and having the work done whilst being knocked out. He could not give me a price for this procedure, has anyone else had experience of the work been done under a anestetic.

 

If you want a general anaesthetic, you'll need to go to a hospital. The most recommended is Phyathai Sri Racha.

Bangkok Pattaya is generally over-priced in comparison.

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On 2/1/2019 at 3:13 AM, JamJar said:

 

If you want a general anaesthetic, you'll need to go to a hospital. The most recommended is Phyathai Sri Racha.

Bangkok Pattaya is generally over-priced in comparison.

I don't mind paying extra to get quality dental care. This clinic looks like it might be what I'm looking for. http://www.studiosmilethailand.com/OUR_DENTISTS.html

 

 

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Last week as a trial run (we have recently moved from Bangkok) my 12 year old son and myself just went to the dental clinic on the by-pass road in Ban Chang. We both had a 6 month clean, which was performed very professionally by Dr “Gun”, a pleasant young man who speaks good English. Will certainly use Dr “Gun” in future.

 

 

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