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Dental World Clinic

Chiang Mai, Thailand
Overview

Dental World Clinic, which specializes in serving both local and international patients, is one of the most trusted dental clinics in Chiangmai. Located just 15 minutes away from the airport, it offers the very best in modern technology and is staffed by a highly qualified team of dental professionals that consists of oral and maxillofacial surgeons, orthodontists, general dentistry specialists, orthodontists, paediatric dentists, periodontists, and endodontists. For this reason, the clinic is able to offer all types of dental services under one roof, providing comfort and convenience to patients coming from all points of the globe.

With the aim to be recognized as one of the most family-friendly dental clinics in the area, Dental World features a safe, happy, and friendly environment that both kids and adults will appreciate. It also boasts a beautifully glass-structured building, state-of-the-art equipment, and world-class sterilization facility, which help ensure client’s safety and comfort.

Languages Spoken
  • English
  • Thai
Clinic Highlights
  • Onlay/Inlay
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Dental Bridges
  • Dental Crowns
  • Veneers
  • All-Ceramic System
  • Dentures
  • Braces and Invisalign
  • Periodontal Treatments
  • Dental Implants
  • Pedodontics
  • Tooth Extraction
  • Wisdom Tooth Removal
  • Bone Grafts
  • Maxillary Sinus Lift
Facilities
  • 24-Hour Ambulatory BP Monitoring
  • Day Surgery
  • X-Ray
Physician
Dr. Surasak Yowcharoensuk
Dr. Surasak YowcharoensukVerifiedOrthodontist in Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Devoting his time and care to his patients, Dr. Surasak Yowcharoensuk provides high-quality and reliable dental treatment. His diverse specialization in oral and maxillofacial surgery, as well as cosmetic dentistry, equips him to address a wide range of dental needs and to offer his expertise to a lot of people.

Dr. Dontaya Yowcharoensuk
Dr. Dontaya YowcharoensukVerifiedPeriodontist in Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Dr. Dontaya Yowcharoensuk places great emphasis on the safety and general well-being of both local and international patients. Backed by the advanced equipment of Dental World Clinic and equipped with the best techniques in dental care, she ensures that every patient receives the highest possible quality of care that meets or even exceeds internationally accepted standards.

Procedures
General Dentistry
Ceramic Veneers
est. $ 241
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Also known as porcelain veneers, all-ceramic veneers are very thin dental appliances that are popular for their durability and aesthetics. They are placed on the surface of the teeth to correct common problems such as gapped teeth or restore a tooth’s shape and appearance. To attach ceramic veneers, local anesthesia is administered and the tooth is cleaned to remove decay before a layer of the enamel is removed in preparation for the veneer. An impression is obtained and sent to the dental lab for manufacturing. Once the ceramic veneer is ready, the patient’s tooth is prepped with an etching tool. The veneer is then fitted onto the roughened surface. If it’s satisfactory, it is bonded onto the enamel using special cement and a light beam to speed up curing.

Cleaning and Polishing
est. $ 18
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The primary purpose of a professional dental cleaning is to remove tartar buildup in the lower and upper gum line, which when left untreated, can cause serious dental problems including gum diseases. This is performed using hand and ultrasonic instruments to thoroughly clean the teeth. Dental cleaning is typically complemented by dental polishing. After the removal of tartar buildup, the dentist will polish the crowns of the teeth to remove surface stains and plaque. This is performed by applying an abrasive substance on your teeth using a small rotating brush that speeds up the process of scrubbing the stain away. The procedure is not painful, and local anesthesia is typically not required.

Complicated Tooth Extraction
est. $ 30
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Complicated tooth extraction refers to the removal of a tooth that is partially or fully covered by bone and soft tissue. It is also performed when there is very little tooth structure left that incising the gums is required to get to the root of the affected tooth. This procedure typically involves exposing or removing the bone to get access to the area and closing the incision using absorbable sutures. Usually performed under local anesthesia, the procedure takes about one hour per tooth. If the patient requires the removal of more than two wisdom teeth, the dentist will use stronger anesthetic for your comfort.

Composite Veneers
est. $ 105
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Veneers are primarily used to restore the appearance of broken, discolored, and chipped teeth. Just like dental crowns, veneers are made from different materials including composite resin. When compared to all-porcelain veneers, composite veneers are more economical and require less time as they can be directly bonded to the teeth. In fact, the procedure is typically completed in just one dental visit. These are fabricated using translucent, tooth-colored resin that is custom fitted to the affected tooth. During the procedure, the surface of the affected tooth is filed down to make room for the composite veneers. The dentist will then carefully apply the resin material to achieve the desired shape and size that will complement the surrounding teeth. The procedure can take about one hour per tooth and is performed under local anesthesia.

Crown (All Ceramic)
est. $ 453
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An all-ceramic crown is a tooth cap that offers the most natural-looking appearance. When compared to their porcelain-fused-to-metal counterparts, these crowns have more lifelike appearance as they are made from translucent porcelain. Also, they don’t have that unsightly metal edge and are biocompatible. To get an all-ceramic crown, the tooth needs to be prepared by cleaning and filling the chewing surface and edges. Putty is then used to create a tooth impression, which is sent to the lab for manufacturing. Once the permanent all-ceramic crown is ready, the temporary one is removed and the new one is assessed for proper fitting. If the measurements are correct, the tooth is numbed before the crown is fitted and bonded permanently.

Crown Semi-precious
est. $ 423
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A dental crown is a hollow, artificial tooth used in dentistry to restore the tooth's size, shape, and strength. Permanent crowns can be made from all ceramic and all metal. They can also be made by combining these two materials resulting in semi-precious crown or more popularly known as porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns. While the porcelain component provides that natural tooth-like appearance, the metal component provides tensile strength and strong compression making these crowns durable and aesthetically pleasing. The process of getting semi-precious dental crown is typically completed in two stages. During your first visit, the dentist will clean the affected tooth and decay is removed. The tooth will also be filed down to make room for the crown. Dental impression will be taken and will be sent to a dental lab. On your second visit, the dental crown will be cemented in place.

Digital X-ray
est. $ 4
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Digital X-Ray is the next generation of x-ray imaging technology used in dentistry that utilizes digital x-ray sensors instead of traditional photographic film. This is preferred by most dental professionals because it is more efficient, convenient, and quick. It also eliminates the need to expose the patient to radiation to capture images that will be used by the dentist to check decay between the teeth, bone loss, abscess, tumours, cysts, or bone changes. Images obtained through digital X-rays are recorded and saved to a computer. These are used when planning dental treatments such as root canal therapy and when getting dental braces.

Filling (Amalgam)
est. $ 18
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The use of dental amalgam filling is the most popular type of dental restoration. It is highly suggested for teeth with minimal damage or decay. Composed of mercury and other types of metals, this type of amalgam is proven to be safe. Getting dental fillings involves the removal of decay using a high-speed dental handpiece. Local anesthesia can be used depending on the preference of the patient. Once done, the tooth is cleaned and dried before the amalgam filling is applied. A special blue light may be used to speed up the hardening process and to ensure a strong bond between the tooth’s enamel and amalgam.

Full Dentures
est. $ 604
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Full dentures are the most cost-effective solution when there are no more teeth left either in the lower or upper jaw or both. Depending on your needs, you may acquire immediate or conventional full dentures. While the first is temporary and recommended right after the teeth have been extracted, the latter is used once the gums have already healed, which takes about a couple of months. To get full dentures, the dentist will take a series of impressions of your jaw and create wax form models that will be used by a dental technician in creating your dentures. On your next visit, the denture will be fitted, and adjustments will be made when needed.

Gold Crown
est. $ 513
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A gold dental crown, otherwise known as an all-metal crown, is known for its superior strength and durability. Gold crowns do not chip and can withstand biting and chewing forces very well making them great options for back teeth. In addition, a gold crown works very well with the tooth that bites against it. However, due to their color, they do not blend well with the rest of the teeth making them extremely noticeable.

Home Bleaching
est. $ 105
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Getting your teeth up to eight shades whiter can be achieved by obtaining a home bleaching system from the dentist. Patients seeking this treatment from Dental World Clinic are given custom-made dental trays (look the same as mouth guards) and bleaching solution that contains carbamide peroxide, which has variable concentration levels. Higher concentration produces a quicker lightening effect but may cause more sensitivity. This home bleaching system is recommended for people who have very little time to visit the dentist at regular intervals to get their teeth whitened and are looking for a more affordable but still effective treatment option.

Implant Astra Tech System
est. $ 1813
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The Astra Tech System dental implant is a post made of titanium, designed to replace the root of the tooth and boasts of innovative features such as OsseoSpeed and MicroThread that speed up healing and improve the condition of the bone after the procedure. This is the reason why it is one of the most highly recommended by orthodontists. To install the implant, local anesthesia is applied to the surrounding gum tissues as well as conscious sedation for maximum comfort. The bone is accessed using a guide drill while a gauge goes through the drilled part to measure the depth. Using the Driver Profile and Ratchet Wrench, the implant is then surgically placed into the jawbone. In a one-stage procedure, the abutment is also screwed directly into the implant in a single dental visit.

Inlays
est. $ 151
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Inlays are a conservative alternative to dental crowns and in special cases, are a better option to dental filling because they last longer, are stronger, and are well-fitting. The restoration is called an inlay when the material is used to seal the center of the tooth and it’s called onlay when full coverage of the biting surface needs coverage. Getting inlay requires at least two dental visits. On the first one, the dentist will remove the tooth decay and prepare the tooth to receive the inlay. A molded impression of the tooth will be taken and sent to a dental lab. When it comes to materials to be used, you will be given an option between resin or porcelain. The inlay can also be made of gold. On your second visit, the provisional inlay, which is applied on your first visit, is removed and the permanent inlay will be cemented in place.

Normal Extraction
est. $ 12
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Simple tooth extraction is performed for a wide range of reasons including crowded mouth, infection, and periodontal gum diseases. It is also the last option for badly decayed teeth that cannot be saved even by root canal therapy. When getting your tooth extracted, the dentist or the oral surgeon, who has received special training, will perform the surgery. After administering local anesthesia, the dentist will gently loosen the tooth by moving it back and forth before pulling it out using forceps. Painkillers will be prescribed after the procedure, and you will be directed to apply an ice bag to the affected area to minimize swelling. Full recovery is within 24-48 hours.

Onlay
est. $ 241
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An onlay is a dental restoration procedure performed on a rear tooth that is damaged by excessive decay or has chipped or cracked. This is considered a better option to dental filling when the damage extends outside the teeth cusps. For the first part, local anesthesia is applied before tooth decay is removed. An impression of the tooth is obtained and sent to the lab while a temporary onlay is used to protect the tooth. Once the permanent onlay is prepared, the patient goes back to the clinic where the temporary onlay is removed, and the permanent one is cemented in place.

Orthodontics
Ceramic Veneers
est. $ 241
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Also known as porcelain veneers, all-ceramic veneers are very thin dental appliances that are popular for their durability and aesthetics. They are placed on the surface of the teeth to correct common problems such as gapped teeth or restore a tooth’s shape and appearance. To attach ceramic veneers, local anesthesia is administered and the tooth is cleaned to remove decay before a layer of the enamel is removed in preparation for the veneer. An impression is obtained and sent to the dental lab for manufacturing. Once the ceramic veneer is ready, the patient’s tooth is prepped with an etching tool. The veneer is then fitted onto the roughened surface. If it’s satisfactory, it is bonded onto the enamel using special cement and a light beam to speed up curing.

Crown (All Ceramic)
est. $ 453
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 Read more...Read less...

An all-ceramic crown is a tooth cap that offers the most natural-looking appearance. When compared to their porcelain-fused-to-metal counterparts, these crowns have more lifelike appearance as they are made from translucent porcelain. Also, they don’t have that unsightly metal edge and are biocompatible. To get an all-ceramic crown, the tooth needs to be prepared by cleaning and filling the chewing surface and edges. Putty is then used to create a tooth impression, which is sent to the lab for manufacturing. Once the permanent all-ceramic crown is ready, the temporary one is removed and the new one is assessed for proper fitting. If the measurements are correct, the tooth is numbed before the crown is fitted and bonded permanently.

Crown Semi-precious
est. $ 423
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 Read more...Read less...

A dental crown is a hollow, artificial tooth used in dentistry to restore the tooth's size, shape, and strength. Permanent crowns can be made from all ceramic and all metal. They can also be made by combining these two materials resulting in semi-precious crown or more popularly known as porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns. While the porcelain component provides that natural tooth-like appearance, the metal component provides tensile strength and strong compression making these crowns durable and aesthetically pleasing. The process of getting semi-precious dental crown is typically completed in two stages. During your first visit, the dentist will clean the affected tooth and decay is removed. The tooth will also be filed down to make room for the crown. Dental impression will be taken and will be sent to a dental lab. On your second visit, the dental crown will be cemented in place.

Gold Crown
est. $ 513
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A gold dental crown, otherwise known as an all-metal crown, is known for its superior strength and durability. Gold crowns do not chip and can withstand biting and chewing forces very well making them great options for back teeth. In addition, a gold crown works very well with the tooth that bites against it. However, due to their color, they do not blend well with the rest of the teeth making them extremely noticeable.

Inlays
est. $ 151
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 Read more...Read less...

Inlays are a conservative alternative to dental crowns and in special cases, are a better option to dental filling because they last longer, are stronger, and are well-fitting. The restoration is called an inlay when the material is used to seal the center of the tooth and it’s called onlay when full coverage of the biting surface needs coverage. Getting inlay requires at least two dental visits. On the first one, the dentist will remove the tooth decay and prepare the tooth to receive the inlay. A molded impression of the tooth will be taken and sent to a dental lab. When it comes to materials to be used, you will be given an option between resin or porcelain. The inlay can also be made of gold. On your second visit, the provisional inlay, which is applied on your first visit, is removed and the permanent inlay will be cemented in place.

Onlay
est. $ 241
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 Read more...Read less...

An onlay is a dental restoration procedure performed on a rear tooth that is damaged by excessive decay or has chipped or cracked. This is considered a better option to dental filling when the damage extends outside the teeth cusps. For the first part, local anesthesia is applied before tooth decay is removed. An impression of the tooth is obtained and sent to the lab while a temporary onlay is used to protect the tooth. Once the permanent onlay is prepared, the patient goes back to the clinic where the temporary onlay is removed, and the permanent one is cemented in place.

Periodontics
Composite Veneers
est. $ 105
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 Read more...Read less...

Veneers are primarily used to restore the appearance of broken, discolored, and chipped teeth. Just like dental crowns, veneers are made from different materials including composite resin. When compared to all-porcelain veneers, composite veneers are more economical and require less time as they can be directly bonded to the teeth. In fact, the procedure is typically completed in just one dental visit. These are fabricated using translucent, tooth-colored resin that is custom fitted to the affected tooth. During the procedure, the surface of the affected tooth is filed down to make room for the composite veneers. The dentist will then carefully apply the resin material to achieve the desired shape and size that will complement the surrounding teeth. The procedure can take about one hour per tooth and is performed under local anesthesia.

Crown (All Ceramic)
est. $ 453
Contact Clinic
 Read more...Read less...

An all-ceramic crown is a tooth cap that offers the most natural-looking appearance. When compared to their porcelain-fused-to-metal counterparts, these crowns have more lifelike appearance as they are made from translucent porcelain. Also, they don’t have that unsightly metal edge and are biocompatible. To get an all-ceramic crown, the tooth needs to be prepared by cleaning and filling the chewing surface and edges. Putty is then used to create a tooth impression, which is sent to the lab for manufacturing. Once the permanent all-ceramic crown is ready, the temporary one is removed and the new one is assessed for proper fitting. If the measurements are correct, the tooth is numbed before the crown is fitted and bonded permanently.

Crown Semi-precious
est. $ 423
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 Read more...Read less...

A dental crown is a hollow, artificial tooth used in dentistry to restore the tooth's size, shape, and strength. Permanent crowns can be made from all ceramic and all metal. They can also be made by combining these two materials resulting in semi-precious crown or more popularly known as porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns. While the porcelain component provides that natural tooth-like appearance, the metal component provides tensile strength and strong compression making these crowns durable and aesthetically pleasing. The process of getting semi-precious dental crown is typically completed in two stages. During your first visit, the dentist will clean the affected tooth and decay is removed. The tooth will also be filed down to make room for the crown. Dental impression will be taken and will be sent to a dental lab. On your second visit, the dental crown will be cemented in place.

Filling (Amalgam)
est. $ 18
Contact Clinic
 Read more...Read less...

The use of dental amalgam filling is the most popular type of dental restoration. It is highly suggested for teeth with minimal damage or decay. Composed of mercury and other types of metals, this type of amalgam is proven to be safe. Getting dental fillings involves the removal of decay using a high-speed dental handpiece. Local anesthesia can be used depending on the preference of the patient. Once done, the tooth is cleaned and dried before the amalgam filling is applied. A special blue light may be used to speed up the hardening process and to ensure a strong bond between the tooth’s enamel and amalgam.

Full Dentures
est. $ 604
Contact Clinic
 Read more...Read less...

Full dentures are the most cost-effective solution when there are no more teeth left either in the lower or upper jaw or both. Depending on your needs, you may acquire immediate or conventional full dentures. While the first is temporary and recommended right after the teeth have been extracted, the latter is used once the gums have already healed, which takes about a couple of months. To get full dentures, the dentist will take a series of impressions of your jaw and create wax form models that will be used by a dental technician in creating your dentures. On your next visit, the denture will be fitted, and adjustments will be made when needed.

Gold Crown
est. $ 513
Contact Clinic
 Read more...Read less...

A gold dental crown, otherwise known as an all-metal crown, is known for its superior strength and durability. Gold crowns do not chip and can withstand biting and chewing forces very well making them great options for back teeth. In addition, a gold crown works very well with the tooth that bites against it. However, due to their color, they do not blend well with the rest of the teeth making them extremely noticeable.

Implant Astra Tech System
est. $ 1813
Contact Clinic
 Read more...Read less...

The Astra Tech System dental implant is a post made of titanium, designed to replace the root of the tooth and boasts of innovative features such as OsseoSpeed and MicroThread that speed up healing and improve the condition of the bone after the procedure. This is the reason why it is one of the most highly recommended by orthodontists. To install the implant, local anesthesia is applied to the surrounding gum tissues as well as conscious sedation for maximum comfort. The bone is accessed using a guide drill while a gauge goes through the drilled part to measure the depth. Using the Driver Profile and Ratchet Wrench, the implant is then surgically placed into the jawbone. In a one-stage procedure, the abutment is also screwed directly into the implant in a single dental visit.

Inlays
est. $ 151
Contact Clinic
 Read more...Read less...

Inlays are a conservative alternative to dental crowns and in special cases, are a better option to dental filling because they last longer, are stronger, and are well-fitting. The restoration is called an inlay when the material is used to seal the center of the tooth and it’s called onlay when full coverage of the biting surface needs coverage. Getting inlay requires at least two dental visits. On the first one, the dentist will remove the tooth decay and prepare the tooth to receive the inlay. A molded impression of the tooth will be taken and sent to a dental lab. When it comes to materials to be used, you will be given an option between resin or porcelain. The inlay can also be made of gold. On your second visit, the provisional inlay, which is applied on your first visit, is removed and the permanent inlay will be cemented in place.

Normal Extraction
est. $ 12
Contact Clinic
 Read more...Read less...

Simple tooth extraction is performed for a wide range of reasons including crowded mouth, infection, and periodontal gum diseases. It is also the last option for badly decayed teeth that cannot be saved even by root canal therapy. When getting your tooth extracted, the dentist or the oral surgeon, who has received special training, will perform the surgery. After administering local anesthesia, the dentist will gently loosen the tooth by moving it back and forth before pulling it out using forceps. Painkillers will be prescribed after the procedure, and you will be directed to apply an ice bag to the affected area to minimize swelling. Full recovery is within 24-48 hours.

Onlay
est. $ 241
Contact Clinic
 Read more...Read less...

An onlay is a dental restoration procedure performed on a rear tooth that is damaged by excessive decay or has chipped or cracked. This is considered a better option to dental filling when the damage extends outside the teeth cusps. For the first part, local anesthesia is applied before tooth decay is removed. An impression of the tooth is obtained and sent to the lab while a temporary onlay is used to protect the tooth. Once the permanent onlay is prepared, the patient goes back to the clinic where the temporary onlay is removed, and the permanent one is cemented in place.

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