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I was considering flying into Bangkok and out of Chiangmai on my next trip in April. After reading this, I'll reverse the process and spend a day or two in Bangkok at the end of my trip. I'll have to find a good Dentist in CM to replace a lower tooth that got knocked out last March in an industrial accident (part of board kicked off of miter box saw into face). Unless anyone can recommend one, I'll check the CM forum on ThaiVisa.

If you're going to have it done in Bangkok, I used Dental Design Clinic some years ago, after someone else had previously recommended them to me. They did an OUTSTANDING job for me! I recommended them to a friend of mine a while back, and they did an outstanding job for him, too!

 

They used to be on Asoke, moved recently, I think they're on Suk Soi 19 now. Check Facebook, or do a web search.

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Not CM, but I have in the past used these folk and been very happy http://www.bangkoksmiledental.com at their Asok branch which is conveniently about 100m along Asok Montri rd from Cowboy

 

I was wrong, ignore the one above and see = the one I am referring to and have used on two occasions is, as Specialist notes below, Dental Design Clinic. http://www.dentaldesign.dental

 

If you're going to have it done in Bangkok, I used Dental Design Clinic some years ago, after someone else had previously recommended them to me. They did an OUTSTANDING job for me! I recommended them to a friend of mine a while back, and they did an outstanding job for him, too!

 

They used to be on Asoke, moved recently, I think they're on Suk Soi 19 now. Check Facebook, or do a web search.

 

You are right, I've used these folk to and I like 'em a lot, many caring female dentists and staff if I remember correctly.

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Ah yes, I've been there :) Whiskey has the dual effects of deadening any lingering pain, and being an astringent, killing any lurking Sukhumvit bacteria...

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I may have to go back to the dental school in KC to get the dental work done. Saturday, I was eating a chicken nugget (one of the softer items to bite into) and I could feel that I was chewing on something considerably harder. I started moving the food around with my tongue and identified the object. It turns out to be a small part of the back of a molar that has a cavity. This morning, eating cereal, the same thing happens. This time, it was the filling in the top of the same tooth. I don't think that I can wait till April to address this problem. Hopefully, I can see a student dentist by next week and either have the cavity taken care of and refilled, or have a temporary enlarged put on, so I don't have to chew and drink only on the right side.

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