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Special Offer
Direct Composite Veneers
  • Only 2,500 * baht per tooth
Ceramic Veneers
  • Ceramic Veneers - 1 tooth only 9,500 * baht
Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM) Crowns
  • PFM Crowns 1 tooth only 8,500 baht
All Ceramic Crowns
  • All Ceramic Crown - 1 tooth only 16,000 * baht
*This is one of our most popular services.
The initial visit fee is 200 baht which includes an Oral Examination, Treatment plan and Consultation.


Compare Crown and Veneer Treatment
Treatment Attribute Direct
Composite
Veneers
Ceramic
Veneers
PFM
Crowns
All
Ceramic
Crowns
Stain Resistant

Strength of Dental Material

+

+ +

+ + +

+ + +

Repairable

Translucent Available

Minimal Tooth Structure Removed

Normal Life Span in Years

2 +

10 +

5 +

10 +

Number of Office Visits

1

3

2

2

Custom Colors Available

Cost of Treatment per Tooth

2,500

9,500

8,500

16,000

Injection Required

Notes

Best Choice for Back Teeth

No Margin Lines

Direct Composite Veneers


Direct composite veneers are a form of cosmetic dentistry in which a shell or layer of tooth-colored composite is placed over the facial surfaces of your teeth to correct worn tooth enamel, uneven tooth alignment or spacing, discoloration and chips or cracks.



Steps for Dental Composite Veneer Treatment


  1. Make an appointment for a consulation with us.
  2. Select a shade of white color, dentist prepares teeth for veneers, composite material is bonded, shaped and polished. Done all in one visit!
  3. Remark : For best results some patients require teeth scaling and polising, fillings or whitening etc. before bonding the composite veneers.

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This patient was treated with direct composite veneers because of extensive discoloration and worn teeth.
Disclaimer: All photos, videos, testimonials and individual cases used in this website are based on actual cases but your results may be different.

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This patient was treated with direct composite veneers because of poor upper front teeth alignment and worn dental enamel.
Disclaimer: All photos, videos, testimonials and individual cases used in this website are based on actual cases but your results may be different.


Ceramic Veneers


Dental veneers (sometimes called porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates) are wafer-thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials designed to cover the front surface of teeth. These shells are bonded to the front of the teeth changing their color, shape, size or length and resulting in an improved appearance.

Porcelain veneers resist stains better than resin veneers and better mimic the light reflecting properties of natural teeth. Resin veneers are thinner and require removal of less of the tooth surface before placement.


Steps for Dental Ceramic Veneer Treatment


  1. Make an appointment for a consulation with us.
  2. First appointment: Make a tooth mold, create temporary veneers from the mold that you will wear until the next appointment and send the tooth mold to our lab.
  3. Second appointment: A wax tooth model is sent back to us from our lab. You will consult with your dentist about desired shape, shade and size of the veneer(s) and have your teeth prepared for the veneer(s) that you have selected. Agreed upon veneer details are sent back to our lab for final preparation.
  4. Third appointment: Newly completed Ceramic Veneers are bonded, polished and reshaped if necessary and you're done!
  5. Remark: For best results some patients require x-rays, teeth scaling and polishing, fillings or whitening etc. before bonding the ceramic veneers. Also, sometimes an extra appointment is necessary if you request any changes to your veneer(s) after your third appointment.



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This patient had 20 teeth treated with ceramic veneers.
Disclaimer: All photos, videos, testimonials and individual cases used in this website are based on actual cases but your results may be different.

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This patient had 16 teeth treated by teeth whitening and then ceramic veneers.
Disclaimer: All photos, videos, testimonials and individual cases used in this website are based on actual cases but your results may be different.


All Ceramic Crowns


Teeth are naturally translucent. Porcelain crowns fused to metal make it impossible to have a translucent restoration that mimics the natural teeth. Only All-Ceramic Crowns have such translucency.

All-ceramic crowns or "caps" offer a natural looking solution for a broken tooth, cracked tooth, or teeth that are too badly damaged to be corrected with fillings or veneers. Ceramic crowns can be made white and natural looking. Incorporating bonding with all-ceramic crowns potentially can restore both the strength and beauty of unblemished natural teeth.


Steps for All Ceramic Crown Treatment


  1. Make an appointment for a consulation with us.
  2. First appointment: Make a tooth mold, create temporary crown(s) from the mold that you will wear until the next appointment and send the tooth mold to our lab. You will then consult with your dentist about desired shape, shade and size of the crown(s) and have your teeth prepared for the crown(s) that you have selected. Agreed upon crown details are sent to our lab for final preparation.
  3. Second appointment: Newly completed All Ceramic Crowns are bonded, polished and reshaped if necessary and you're done!
  4. Remark: For best results some patients require x-rays, teeth scaling and polishing, fillings or whitening etc. before bonding the crown(s). Also, sometimes an extra appointment is necessary if you request any changes to your crown(s) after your second appointment.

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This patient had 6 teeth treated by crown lengthening, teeth whitening and then ceramic veneers.
Disclaimer: All photos, videos, testimonials and individual cases used in this website are based on actual cases but your results may be different.

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This patient had 20 teeth treated by ceramic crown.
Disclaimer: All photos, videos, testimonials and individual cases used in this website are based on actual cases but your results may be different.


Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM) Crowns


PFM Crowns have a porcelain shell and material such as platinum, palladium, silver, copper and tin used for the inner part. PFM's are durable but over time the non precious material can be exposed at the gum margin. Also the non precious material can stain gums over a long period of time. For these reasons, PFM Crowns are best for back teeth such as molars where the teeth aren't highly visible.


Steps for PFM Crown Treatment


  • Same as All Ceramic Crowns as Mentioned Above


Disclaimer: All photos, videos, testimonials and individual cases used in this website are based on actual cases but your results may be different.

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