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I am looking for recommendations where dental treatment can be given under sedation in Pattaya.

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Bangkok Pattaya Hospital

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Sedation ??  For what exactly ??

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Go further, to Phyathai Sri Racha. Will be kinder to your pocket with no compromise to the quality of your treatment.

 

 

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13 hours ago, Chivas said:

Sedation ??  For what exactly ??

Dental treatment.......

Some people are truly phobic.

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21 hours ago, JoePai said:

Bangkok Pattaya Hospital

What kind? I asked about laughing gas, they no hab.

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1 hour ago, jacko45k said:

Dental treatment.......

Some people are truly phobic.

Must be. I would say man up to be honest. The days of drilling ad hoc are long gone

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8 minutes ago, Chivas said:

Must be. I would say man up to be honest. The days of drilling ad hoc are long gone

You have no idea, I ended up in ER due to my blood pressure going ballistic last time a dentist tried to look into my mouth for a check up. 

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5 hours ago, Golden Triangle said:

You have no idea, I ended up in ER due to my blood pressure going ballistic last time a dentist tried to look into my mouth for a check up. 

Are you certain its not white coat syndrome.

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3 minutes ago, Thongkorn said:

Are you certain its not white coat syndrome.

Certain, I had a very nasty experience as a 10 year old in the UK, back in 1963, an extraction that went horribly wrong and ended up being a surgical extraction where no amount of Novocaine would work, over 2 hours in the chair in agony and eventually collapsed on the street outside, you don't forget that in a hurry, my BP here was 260 over crazy, not WCS. Thank you.

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16 hours ago, Chivas said:

Must be. I would say man up to be honest. The days of drilling ad hoc are long gone

I recall a friend and neighbour who was that way, and asked about getting knocked out when forced to attend a dentist. It was a woman so I couldn't say man-up. And personally, I think my own dentist here in LOS takes the limits of endurance a little far. 😁

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