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Dental Implant
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  • Only 20,000 baht per tooth
  • Regular Price is 29,000 baht
  • We use High Quality Leading Implant Systems Brands.
  • Crown Prices start at 15,000 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.



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What is a dental implant?


A dental implant is an artificial root replacement that is used to support one or more false teeth. Usually, tooth implants replace missing teeth which have been removed due to injury, disease or decay. It is usually more comfortable than a dental plate or crown and so implants are becoming very popular.

dental implants have become a treatment of choice for people missing one, a few, or all of their teeth, and for those with failing teeth or severe periodontal disease. Dental implants look and perform more like natural teeth. They are rooted in the bone, there is no artificial plastic on the roof of the mouth, and the need for adhesives and denture creams is eliminated. More importantly, the use of dental implants does not impact healthy, adjacent teeth

Dental implants are long-lasting tooth root replacements that oral surgeons implant into the jawbone to simulate the root of a pre-existing tooth. For qualified patients, replacement teeth then can be restored immediately, returning a spectacular smile quickly—usually on the same day. Unlike dentures or bridges, dental implants don't move or shift, and they can last a lifetime.


A dental implant consists of three parts


  • The implant: a titanium rod which acts as a 'root', ready for a replacement crown.
  • Abutment (Post): the part which connects the implant to the crown
  • Crown: the replacement for a natural tooth which is also known as a 'restoration'


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Natural Tooth vs. Implant Tooth

Single Tooth Replacement Procedure:


The procedure is relatively simple. A small hole is precisely drilled into the bone at the location of the missing tooth. A small titanium implant is placed into the prepared site. The implant is allowed to heal for 4-5 months. During this time, you can wear a temporary tooth replacement. You won't even know the implant is there. After healing is complete, the implant is uncovered and the final crown is placed.

The result is esthetically pleasing, remarkably strong and durable, and surprisingly economical


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

Replacing More than 1 Tooth


Just as with one missing tooth, several missing teeth can be easily treated with dental implants. Implant supported teeth are permanently fixed in the mouth, unlike removable appliances like dentures. They don't slip or click, and there is no worry about them moving or falling out when speaking, eating, or participating in activities. And because dental implants are placed directly into the bone, they help preserve the jawbone and prevent bone deterioration.

The implants are placed in the bone below the gum tissue acting as anchors or posts for a custom-made bridge that will match your existing teeth. After completed healing , multiple crowns or a custom bridge is cemented onto the abutments. Remember, dental implants halt bone loss and help preserve your remaining healthy teeth.


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

Replacing All of Your Teeth


If you are missing all of your teeth, an implant-supported full bridge or full denture can replace them. Dental implants will replace both your lost natural teeth and some of the roots.


In the past, people missing all of their teeth had no option but dentures. This prosthesis has numerous disadvantages, such as:


  • Dentures are uncomfortable and often painful
  • Dentures do not look natural, especially when eating
  • As the bone continues to melt away, the dentures become loose, and can fall out when laughing, sneezing, or coughing without the use of adhesives
  • People without their teeth and supporting bone visibly age much faster
  • Wearing dentures usually undermines a person's self confidence (they have missing body parts and do not feel complete or natural)
  • People with dentures cannot eat certain foods, such as steak, corn on the cob and apples
  • People with dentures generally have bad breath

These problems can be solved with implant supported replacement teeth, which are stable (securely fastened to the implants) and maintain the integrity of the facial structures by preserving the bone.


  • They are more comfortable and stable than traditional dentures
  • They virtually stop the bone resorption process (deterioration)
  • Integrity of the facial structures is maintained
  • Appearance is improved
  • It is not necessary to cover the roof of the mouth, so food can be tasted
  • Relines and repairs are infrequent compared to traditional dentures
  • Natural biting and chewing capacity is restored

How will the implants be placed?


  • Often, a second step of the procedure is necessary to uncover the implants and attach extensions. These small metal posts, called abutments, along with various connecting devices that allow multiple crowns to attach to the implants, complete the foundation on which your new teeth will be placed. Your gums will be allowed to heal for a couple of weeks following this procedure.
  • There are some implant systems (one-stage) that do not require this second step. These systems use an implant which already has the extension piece attached. Your implantologist will advise you on which system is best for you.
  • Depending upon the number of implants placed, the connecting device that will hold your new teeth can be tightened down on the implant, or it may be a clipped to a bar or a round ball anchor to which a denture snaps on and off.
  • Finally, full bridges or full dentures will be created for you and attached to your implants or the connecting device. After a short time, you will experience restored confidence in your smile and your ability to chew and speak.

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Left - All-On-Four with bridge attached with implants and right - All-On-Four Implant bar
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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Six implants used to fasten a denture or bridge
Disclaimer: All photos, videos, testimonials and individual cases used in this website are based on actual cases but your results may be different.

Sinus Augmentation


A key to implant success is the quantity and quality of the bone where the implant is to be placed. The upper back jaw has traditionally been one of the most difficult areas to successfully place dental implants due to insufficient bone quantity and quality and the close proximity to the sinus. If you've lost bone in that area due to reasons such as periodontal disease or tooth loss, you may be left without enough bone to place implants.

Sinus augmentation can help correct this problem by raising the sinus floor and developing bone for the placement of dental implants. Several techniques can be used to raise the sinus and allow for new bone to form. In one common technique, an incision is made to expose the bone. Then a small circle is cut into the bone. This bony piece is lifted into the sinus cavity, much like a trap door, and the space underneath is filled with bone graft material. Your periodontist can explain your options for graft materials, which can regenerate lost bone and tissue.

Finally, the incision is closed and healing is allowed to take place. Depending on your individual needs, the bone usually will be allowed to develop for about four to 12 months before implants can be placed. After the implants are placed, an additional healing period is required. In some cases, the implant can be placed at the same time the sinus is augmented.

Sinus augmentation has been shown to greatly increase your chances for successful implants that can last for years to come. Many patients experience minimal discomfort during this procedure.


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

Ridge Modification


Deformities in the upper or lower jaw can leave you with inadequate bone in which to place dental implants. This defect may have been caused by periodontal disease, wearing dentures, developmental defects, injury or trauma. Not only does this deformity cause problems in placing the implant, it can also cause an unattractive indentation in the jaw line near the missing teeth that may be difficult to clean and maintain.

To correct the problem, the gum is lifted away from the ridge to expose the bony defect. The defect is then filled with bone or bone substitute to build up the ridge. Your periodontist can tell you about your options for graft materials, which can help to regenerate lost bone and tissue.

Finally, the incision is closed and healing is allowed to take place. Depending on your individual needs, the bone usually will be allowed to develop for about four to 12 months before implants can be placed. In some cases, the implant can be placed at the same time the ridge is modified.

Ridge modification has been shown to greatly improve appearance and increase your chances for successful implants that can last for years to come. Ridge modification can enhance your restorative success both esthetically and functionally.


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



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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