Thailand has become famous for it’s excellent medical facilities and healthcare for foreigners. One of the most popular medical tourism destinations in the world, Thailand’s surgeons and health care facilities are known for superlative care in cosmetic, plastic, orthopedic and cardiac care surgeries as well as for their weight loss and obesity programs, dental care and many others.
Medical travelers may save between 50% and 75% on surgical procedures and other medical care found throughout Thailand over costs found in the U.S. This savings does not reflect the quality of care, however. Thailand physicians,surgeons and healthcare facility staff are held to rigorous standards of training and care and take pride in offering all medical travelers the best that experience and expertise may offer.
Whether you want to be inside or outside, Thailand has something to keep you interested, inspired and engaged. From sporting events to festivals to theatrical productions, Thailand will surprise you!
The obesity epidemic keeps on to expand rapidly all over the world. Since 1980 worldwide obesity has almost doubled, impacting on people of all ages and lately, children under 5 years old. The statistics are alarming, and something has to be done until it is too late.
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It is a tooth-shaped cap placed over a tooth that is badly damaged or decayed. A crown may hold together parts of a cracked tooth and can be used to hold a bridge in place. Crowns also are used for cosmetic purposes to cover mishapen or badly discoloured teeth.
Crowns can be all metal, porcelain fused to metal or PFM or all ceramic porcelain. Metals include gold alloy or a based metal alloy. To place a crown, your dentist must reduce 1 - 2 mm. of the tooth to make room for it. Your dentist will then use a piece of thread or cord or use a laser to push the gum down around the tooth to take an impression of the tooth.
The impressions are sent to the lab where the crown is made, during that time you will have a temporary crown. These crowns are usually made of plastic and are made in your dentist office on the day of your visit.