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I know this topic has been covered before, but I would like some advice by anyone who has recently visited a dentist in Pattaya. All I need done is a general cleaning.

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9 minutes ago, Sexyfarangman said:

I know this topic has been covered before, but I would like some advice by anyone who has recently visited a dentist in Pattaya. All I need done is a general cleaning.

The dentist in Central Festival L3 (below k bank), I have used them a few times and the standards and service is great. 

http://www.dentistbeach.com

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15 minutes ago, The Storm said:

The dentist in Central Festival L3 (below k bank), I have used them a few times and the standards and service is great. 

http://www.dentistbeach.com

Thanks. I wasn't sure if they were still there because Dr Cherry is listed as being there and another clinic on Third Rd., so I thought the CF Dentist at the Beach might have moved. At any rate, if they are still at the CF that's where I will go. It is certainly the easiest place for me to get to at my present location.

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23 hours ago, The Storm said:

The dentist in Central Festival L3 (below k bank), I have used them a few times and the standards and service is great. 

http://www.dentistbeach.com

I was just at the Central Festival. The Dentist at the Beach is no longer located in the mall.

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3 minutes ago, Sexyfarangman said:

I was just at the Central Festival. The Dentist at the Beach is no longer located in the mall.

Shit! They were good too, sorry I have never been to another dentist in Pattaya so I don't have anywhere else to recommend. 

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1 minute ago, The Storm said:

Shit! They were good too, sorry I have never been to another dentist in Pattaya so I don't have anywhere else to recommend. 

+1

Bugger.  Had shitloads of work done by the good doctor cherry.

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Dr Warin - Central Pattaya Rd

+ Lots of dentists on the section on Central Pattaya Rd east of the 2nd Rd Intersection 

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"Disappointing girls one inch at a time"

 

 

 

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On 8/31/2017 at 20:14, SteveX08 said:

Dr Warin - Central Pattaya Rd

+ Lots of dentists on the section on Central Pattaya Rd east of the 2nd Rd Intersection 

Seconded - standard cleaning 600 baht.

Tel - 038720079

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German Dental Centre up Thappraya Rd on left around soi 11.

German run but you will have half a dozen Thai girls delving and drilling in your mouth while yakking happily away to each other until one bursts into tears, like any party.

Serious dental technician side downstairs.

recommended 

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On 8/31/2017 at 20:14, SteveX08 said:

Dr Warin - Central Pattaya Rd

+ Lots of dentists on the section on Central Pattaya Rd east of the 2nd Rd Intersection 

 

4 hours ago, Kanga said:

Seconded - standard cleaning 600 baht.

Tel - 038720079

Where is Dr Warin located on Central Rd in relation to Soi Bukhao? Is he east or west of Bukhao?

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7 minutes ago, Sexyfarangman said:

 

Where is Dr Warin located on Central Rd in relation to Soi Bukhao? Is he east or west of Bukhao?

Between 3rd Rd and Soi Bukhao.  On the left side as you walk towards the beach.

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A mate of mine broke a tooth while in Pattaya.

Walked in to Sea Smile and had filling in 20 minutes. He was impressed with the price, service, cleanliness, etc.

Sea Smile is on Central Pattaya Rd near the corner of Soi Buakhao, a couple of shops from Leng Kee restaurant.

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10 hours ago, Sexyfarangman said:

 

Where is Dr Warin located on Central Rd in relation to Soi Bukhao? Is he east or west of Bukhao?

East or as SteveXO8 described.

You will need to make an appointment as he is normally pretty busy - no point in just turning up which is why I put the contact no.

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I used Dr Warin for implants recently. Good job. Great professional service. Good price

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Warin is the go to dentist but as others have mentioned you need to book. Quite a few dentists same locations. Warins is dead opposite "YOU" Pharmacy

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On 30/08/2017 at 20:17, The Storm said:

The dentist in Central Festival L3 (below k bank), I have used them a few times and the standards and service is great. 

http://www.dentistbeach.com

The Dentist@thebeach is now on the fourth floor of Central Festival. I was just there about  30 minutes ago.

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I went to Dr. Warin because I saw him recommended frequently on this board. I had a high spot because of a filling in a molar on the right side. He started filing off teeth that were healthy and now I have a high spot on the left side instead, and my entire jaw doesn't fit properly anymore.

He also rushed the job... he even took off his gloves and started walking out of the room before I had checked if everything fit right (which it didn't). I'll probably need a TMJ/TMD specialist now.

I sent him an email afterwards to ask about it and didn't even get a response.

Can NOT recommend this guy at all and definitely won't be seeing him again. Just a warning from someone who had a very negative experience.

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Just got back from having some dental work done in Pattaya at the Wanchai Dental Clinic on South Pattaya Road, right beside Diamond City Place hotel near 3rd Road.  On the advice of someone else on this site, I went to this dentist who works alone with his assistant and had a filling (1100 baht) and an extraction of a wisdom tooth (900 baht).  Dr. Wanchai was very professional and knew exactly what he was doing.  I was very impressed with the quality of the filling and the extraction was absolutely painless.  Would highly recommend.

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Just bumping this thread to see if there is any updated info on Dr Warin, Dr Cherry or others,

I will be in Patts in september and looking at having an implant done, I assume that is what is needed as front top tooth is completely broken off at the gum, ( due to a lifetime of bad teeth, not a fist!!)

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Just bumping this thread to see if there is any updated info on Dr Warin, Dr Cherry or others,
I will be in Patts in september and looking at having an implant done, I assume that is what is needed as front top tooth is completely broken off at the gum, ( due to a lifetime of bad teeth, not a fist!!)
Not a dentist but going through a similar situation at home right now. Having a back tooth implant done. Not sure if you're aware of the procedure, but it can be lengthy. The broken tooth will need to be extracted, then a you have to wait a period of time, have a post attached into your jaw, then wait a few months for that to heal, then you get the mold of your mouth, another two weeks, then have the tooth part put on. Apologies if you knew this already, not trying to be a dick. Obviously every situation is different too.

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11 hours ago, adamjscott said:

Not a dentist but going through a similar situation at home right now. Having a back tooth implant done. Not sure if you're aware of the procedure, but it can be lengthy. The broken tooth will need to be extracted, then a you have to wait a period of time, have a post attached into your jaw, then wait a few months for that to heal, then you get the mold of your mouth, another two weeks, then have the tooth part put on. Apologies if you knew this already, not trying to be a dick. Obviously every situation is different too.

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Thanks Adam. No wasnt aware or the process.  Had no idea it was that involved. Do you mind me asking what that is costing you?               Cheers mate

 

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On paper, It's running me 6000 CAD, spread out over a few years, because of the time required for the procedures and to spread out payments via a health spending account. My dental insurance does not cover implants, but my health spending account does up to 1000/year. So, by the end of it all it will have cost me 3000 CAD.


If I were to do it again, I'd still have the extraction done at home (covered by insurance) in pain for a few days, antibiotics for a week etc... Let that heal.

I would then have the post put in in Thailand. Still pain for a few days, etc... but it was easier than the extraction (for me at least.) This was also the most expensive part for me, so there must be savings to be had in LOS.

And then I'd go back to LOS for the new tooth also. (Which I'm having done next Thursday at home. Will report back.)

In the end, with my reimbursements, and factoring in flights, hotels, it's probably getting close to par if not more expensive, but, and it's a big but, it's a great excuse for a holiday and go to Patts, and get knee deep in Soi 6. Or maybe pickup a LLT nurse to get you through a few days.


Again, not a dentist, and everyone's situation is different, but this has been my experience.



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Sounds like a great plan so long as the pain doesn't put you off enjoying Soi 6!!!!!

Good luck on Thursday

 

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On 26/07/2018 at 01:27, Magnum PI said:

Thanks Adam. No wasnt aware or the process.  Had no idea it was that involved. Do you mind me asking what that is costing you?               Cheers mate

 

I add that there is another thing to consider long term.

The post and then the crown will be "a system" and will have bolted together like a sort of mini mechano/ Ikea flat pack..

Now if the top bit (that looks like a tooth) fails, you will need to purchase and have fitted a new one.

They are not interchangeable.

Now if you had it fitted 10 years ago in Thailand, do not even know the system name, or the system is unknown where you are now, expect problems.

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On 26/07/2018 at 07:27, Magnum PI said:

No wasnt aware or the process.  Had no idea it was that involved. Do you mind me asking what that is costing you?    

My implants all cost me 41,000B each here, including the extras like x-rays, hospital fees etc. I think the price now may be nearer 45,000B.

A proper implant takes around 3 months in total, though that can vary from 2-4 months depending on the circumstances (ie does the old tooth need removing).

I never experienced any pain, either before during or after the procedures.

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