S-smile Dental Clinic : SERVICES
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     Our services include Dental Diagnosis (ตรวจและวางแผนรักษา), Digital Panoramic and Intraoral X-ray, Cosmetic Dentistry (ทันตกรรมเพื่อความงาม) - Tooth Whitening (ฟอกสีฟัน), Porcelain Veneer (เคลือบฟันเทียม), Dental Implant (ทันตกรรมรากเทียม), Prosthodontics (ทันตกรรมประดิษฐ์) - Crown and Bridges (ครอบฟัน และสะพานฟัน), Removable Partial Dentures (ฟันปลอมถอดได้), Complete Dentures (ฟันปลอมทั้งปาก), Periodontics (ทันตกรรมโรคเหงือก), Endodontics (Root Canal Treatment) (รักษารากฟัน), Orthodontics (ทันตกรรมจัดฟัน).

 General Dentistry

        This includes the initial consultation and diagnostics such as x-rays, CAT scans and wax moulds for replacement teeth. In terms of treatments, we offer:

     -  Dental cleaning : this can take the form of a ‘scale & polish’ or advice on brushing and flossing.

     -  Fillings : teeth can be filled with a variety of materials which include gold, amalgam, mercury, porcelain and composite resin.

     -  Root Canal Treatment : In the situation where a tooth is considered so threatened (because of decay, cracking, etc.) that future infection is considered likely or inevitable, a pulpectomy, removal of the pulp tissue, is advisable to prevent such infection. Usually, some inflammation and/or infection is already present within or below the tooth. To cure the infection and save the tooth, the dentist drills into the pulp chamber and removes the infected pulp and then drills the nerve out of the root canal(s) with long needle-shaped drills. After this is done, the dentist fills each of the root canals and the chamber with an inert material and seals the opening. With the removal of nerves and blood supply from the tooth, it is best that the tooth be fitted with a crown which increases the prognosis of the tooth by six times.


Cosmetic Dentistry

is dental work which improves the appearance and function of a person's teeth.

Dental Bleaching or Tooth Whitening:

      There are many methods to whiten teeth: bleaching strips, bleaching pen, bleaching gel, laser bleaching, and natural bleaching. Traditionally, at-home whitening involves applying bleaching gel to the teeth using thin guard trays. Oxidizing agents such as hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide are used to lighten the shade of the tooth. The oxidizing agent penetrates the porosities in the rod-like crystal structure of enamel and oxidizes interprismatic stain deposits; over a period of time, the dentin layer, lying underneath the enamel, is also bleached. Power bleaching uses light energy to accelerate the process of bleaching in a dental office. The effects of bleaching can last for several months, but may vary depending on the lifestyle of the patient. Factors that decrease whitening include smoking and the ingestion of dark colored liquids like coffee, tea and red wine.

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     Veneers are ultra-thin, custom-made porcelain laminates that are bonded directly to the teeth. They are an option for closing gaps or disguising discolored teeth that do not respond well to whitening procedures. Depending on the procedure, tooth reduction may be necessary.


Prosthetic Dentistry

Crowns: Full coverage restorations of the teeth.

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Typically porcelain crowns are placed when a significant amount of tooth structure is lost and when placing a filling would jeopardize the integrity of the tooth or compromise the aesthetics or strength. Generally, they cover the top of the tooth and go down the side of the tooth, holding it together to prevent further damage to the teeth. Traditional crowns have gold inside of them with porcelain bonded to the outside for aesthetics. These are sturdy and durable and hold up well to the 200 pounds of pressure put on them during chewing function. The newer porcelain crowns are called "second-generation" materials because they are stronger and more durable than the original porcelain type materials that were used thirty years ago. These new materials have more flex, better wear, more translucencies to match the natural color of your teeth and they bond better to either the tooth or the metal underneath the porcelain on the porcelain/metal crowns.

Bridges: Replacement of a missing tooth or teeth.

     Bridges are placed when there are one or more teeth missing and the objective is to stabilize the bite, prevent the adjacent teeth from tilting, and the opposing teeth from dropping down into the space that has been lost. There are a few different types of bridges including the Maryland Bridge, which can be placed conservatively in the areas that have low torque and two teeth that have never been touched.

Dentures: Replacement of missing teeth or a full arch.

     DENTURES generally refer to the replacement of an entire arch of teeth with a removable appliance with either plastic or porcelain teeth on it. If there are a few teeth left, then it is referred to as a PARTIAL DENTURE. This will either have acrylic base holding it in place, or it will have metal clasps to secure it to the adjacent teeth. Generally when a denture is placed for the first time, it takes a while to get used to it, since it is a foreign body in your mouth. Dentures should be brushed just like you would your natural teeth because they can build up tarter on them as well.