Dr. Kitcha Tungthangthum is the founder of Kitcha Dental Clinic, hailed as one of the best and most trusted dental clinics in Chiang Mai, Thailand that serves both local and international patients. Dr. Tungthangthum is a graduate of prestigious Chiang Mai University and specialises in general dentistry. With over 30 years of experience, he guarantees patient satisfaction, comfort, and safety by using only state-of-the-art technology and the most advanced and safest techniques in a relaxed, comfortable, and world-class medical facility.
Dr. Tungthangthum offers a full range of dental services including root canal treatment, gum surgery, dental implants (Straumann and Astratech), porcelain veneers (Empress, Esthetic, and Emax), complete denture, temporary plate, crowns and bridges.
Dr. Tungthangthum is highly trusted in Chiang Mai not just for his impressive experience and educational background but also for taking the extra mile to ensure that each patient receives world-class dental treatments. With genuine care for patients, he listens intently to their dental concerns; this enables him to make accurate diagnosis, which is crucial in identifying the best form of treatment.
Kitcha Dental Clinic was established in 1981 by local Chiang Mai University dental graduates with both local and international credentials. With the goal to provide exceptional dental care to both local and international patients, the clinic offers a complete list of dental services under one roof; these range from simple dental checkup to extensive dental surgical treatments such as dental implants and full smile makeovers.
Crown and Bridge
Implant (Straumann, Astratech)
Metal Framework Denture
Porcelain Veneers (Empress Esthetic,Emax)
Root Canal Treatment (Premolar)
Root Canal Treatment - Anterior Teeth
Located between the canine teeth and the molars in all mouth quadrants, the premolars are essential for chewing. Having just a single root, root canal treatment for premolars is shorter in duration and easier than treatment for the molars. Like in any other kind of root canal treatment, the procedure is performed under local anaesthesia and involves the opening of the tooth crown to get to the infected pulp. After the pulp has been removed, the dentist will clean out and widen the canal for filling and sealing.