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post Dec 22 2009, 11:46 AM, updated 2y ago

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1 of my teeth is decaying, its no longer can be repaired, its the 1 next to the wisdom teeth so if i lost it, it will cost me alot of problem when eating, so i want to replace it instead of just removing it, i did some research and found something called "dental implant". want to know how much it cost, how well it works, and where can i get it done in malaysia ?

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I looked at the poster 1 time when I had my wisdom teeth extract few weeks ago, and looking at the screw thingy really make me scare scare.

i donno how much it cost, but i think the dental clinic i went can do it for you. It is located at kota damansara. If you wan, i can pm you the name and address smile.gif
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post Dec 22 2009, 12:34 PM

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ya pm me the contact
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Ismile PJ. check it out.
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QUOTE(narf03 @ Dec 22 2009, 11:46 AM)
1 of my teeth is decaying, its no longer can be repaired, its the 1 next to the wisdom teeth so if i lost it, it will cost me alot of problem when eating, so i want to replace it instead of just removing it, i did some research and found something called "dental implant". want to know how much it cost, how well it works, and where can i get it done in malaysia ?

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decaying?...cannot do filling?...

if partially decay...i think there is something call crowning...mine also having the same problem which the WT pressure the teeth next to it till chipped off ady. now doctor help me temporary filled it up with some white color thing and he say can last for few months..but still i need to go remove my WT as soon as possible then only he will see which option is suitable for me....to repair the chipped teeth..
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post Dec 22 2009, 09:52 PM

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where is the nearest clinic near taylor's college may i ask?
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post Dec 22 2009, 10:48 PM

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ya decay too badly d, last time filled, but it still continue to decay and the entire section break off so cannot fix d
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post Dec 22 2009, 11:07 PM

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teeth implant is bloody expensive...only reason why dentists are so bloody rich anyway.

upper row of teeth is slightly more expensive than lower row of teeth due to higher implantation difficulty. Any renowned dental surgeon can casually charge you RM5000-10,000 for a tooth.
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QUOTE(C-Note @ Dec 22 2009, 11:07 PM)
teeth implant is bloody expensive...only reason why dentists are so bloody rich anyway.

upper row of teeth is slightly more expensive than lower row of teeth due to higher implantation difficulty. Any renowned dental surgeon can casually charge you RM5000-10,000 for a tooth.
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woah, this is alot more than i expected, 5k to 10k ? !!

any other reason its so expensive ? does it take few days or trips to complete or need to custom made the fake teeth ?

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QUOTE(narf03 @ Dec 22 2009, 11:47 PM)
woah, this is alot more than i expected, 5k to 10k ? !!

any other reason its so expensive ? does it take few days or trips to complete or need to custom made the fake teeth ?
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it seem like the customization is the reason of tooth implant become so expensive...further details you need to check with dentist...

i remember got 1 lyn member is actually taking dentist couse..his name start with Cxxx
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QUOTE(narf03 @ Dec 22 2009, 11:47 PM)
woah, this is alot more than i expected, 5k to 10k ? !!

any other reason its so expensive ? does it take few days or trips to complete or need to custom made the fake teeth ?
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Well, that depends on location of the clinic e.g. bangsar area definitely more expensive lor. less than 5k also got.

From what I know, you have to implant a titanium nail into your jawbone first. Then need to wait for a few weeks/months after only can embed the artificial tooth. For those few weeks/months you have to make do with your other side of teeth wink.gif
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QUOTE(C-Note @ Dec 23 2009, 09:16 PM)
Well, that depends on location of the clinic e.g. bangsar area definitely more expensive lor. less than 5k also got.

From what I know, you have to implant a titanium nail into your jawbone first. Then need to wait for a few weeks/months after only can embed the artificial tooth. For those few weeks/months you have to make do with your other side of teeth  wink.gif
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wah so mah fan 1 ah, can you tell me any better choice i might be able to consider ah ? i got a teeth which i dont want to lost, its still there, but no longer can be filled, asked few dentists, they all say pull it ...
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TS: try to go Ismile, and ask for the dentist's opinion and ask the price instead of scaring urself off with the price. I gona do my crowning soon at ismile, RM700 , but luckily i can claimed from my company hehe.

Yeah, implant is a tedious process, may be u can consider doing bridging but that require u to do something on the teeth beside the "hole".
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If it's the tooth right next to the wisdom, it's the last one in your mouth. The wisdom is still there right?

When my wisdom came out, it pushed the molars forward, and one of them cracked and had to be removed. I think the term is "impacted". I asked the dentist, do I have to start wearing dentures? He opened his mouth and showed me where he is missing a molar as well. No need, he says.

The gap has never bothered me. It's not visible when I smile. I don't even notice it when I eat.
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Not even when you eat? But my wisdom tooth and the last tooth has a little gap, and it is bugging me. Lucky you perhaps.
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QUOTE(narf03 @ Dec 23 2009, 10:53 PM)
wah so mah fan 1 ah, can you tell me any better choice i might be able to consider ah ? i got a teeth which i dont want to lost, its still there, but no longer can be filled, asked few dentists, they all say pull it ...
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It really depends on the extent of caries. If it's subgingival with less than half the coronal structure left, then it will indicated for extraction. That kind of tooth is deemed hopeless or have poor prognosis. Based on your descriptions and assuming the dentists' diagnosis are correct, then you are better off having the tooth taken out.

There's a procedure which we called TRANSPLANTATION. Where a sound lower 3rd molar (aka wisdom tooth) is used to replace the extracted lower molar. It has been reported that the success rate is quite high. But it all comes down to the operator's skills and knowledge to succesfully perform transplantation. My suggestion is to ask your dentist for a specialist referral.
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QUOTE(dokidoki @ Dec 23 2009, 10:35 AM)
it seem like the customization is the reason of tooth implant become so expensive...further details you need to check with dentist...

i remember got 1 lyn member is actually taking dentist couse..his name start with Cxxx
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this is the guy thats doing dentistry. caerulln.
http://forum.lowyat.net/user/caerulln

my dad did some tooth implant in uptown cost around...rm3500 but they werent the molars. just the teeth around the K9 tooth area there.
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QUOTE(panda-man @ Dec 25 2009, 03:31 PM)
this is the guy thats doing dentistry. caerulln.
http://forum.lowyat.net/user/caerulln

my dad did some tooth implant in uptown cost around...rm3500 but they werent the molars. just the teeth around the K9 tooth area there.
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Not all extracted sites are suitable for implant placement. There are many factors involved that could indicate or contraindicate for implant. Seems like TS is rather put off by the price...

by the way narf03, just FYI. losing the 2nd molar is not the end of the world. Many ppl are still able to chew comfortably with just the 1st molar. though u will feel that the chewing force diminishes slightly, but generally it is not as bad as u think. trust me

oh btw, the best specialist that u should ask to be referred to is called an endodondist, if you are interested about transplantation. let the endodontist assess your wisdom tooth and the 2nd molar, see what's his opinion. smile.gif

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@narf03
My sincere advice is don't always trust the info on net. It's might be true but you may not interprate it correctly. And just take some ppl advice as a general guidance. Do remember they are not professional. They might be misled by other ppl. I always believe that everything quality comes with a price, of course some will charge slightly higher for the brand like computer. But remember, dental implant is not something to be consider lightly. You go to the wrong clinic, you got the poor implant or service, you are bound to have even more problems. You might have all your money paid down the drain. I can't disclose all the info to you here. But my sincere advice is choose the right one. If you can't afford, go for the alternative that you can.

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I totally don't agree with you. Dentist is no easy work. They have to pay for the course fee which is no cheapo stufff, plan the treatment well, deliver it to the patient and many other things.... with all those factors considered, I don't think dentist is earning bloody hell lots of money. It's always easy to condemn, but if you were in their shoes, you will know it better. No easy work. Just compare to Lawyers. They charge as they talk to you or just write on paper. And it is not cheap. But why? Think for yourself, what you do when they struggle to get in to the course, struggle to graduate, struggle to become a qualified lawyer? I think they can earn easier than a dentist. But they deserve it for all the sweats and tears they have paid before. And if you are looking to be felthy rich, don't become lawyer or dentist or doctor. Become a businessman. Become like those who can earn millions, without doing anything or by just shaking their legs.
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QUOTE(Star_knight79 @ Dec 25 2009, 04:23 PM)
@narf03
My sincere advice is don't always trust the info on net. It's might be true but you may not interprate it correctly. And just take some ppl advice as a general guidance. Do remember they are not professional. They might be misled by other ppl. I always believe that everything quality comes with a price, of course some will charge slightly higher for the brand like computer. But remember, dental implant is not something to be consider lightly. You go to the wrong clinic, you got the poor implant or service, you are bound to have even more problems. You might have all your money paid down the drain. I can't disclose all the info to you here. But my sincere advice is choose the right one. If you can't afford, go for the alternative that you can.

@C-Note
I totally don't agree with you. Dentist is no easy work. They have to pay for the course fee which is no cheapo stufff, plan the treatment well, deliver it to the patient and many other things.... with all those factors considered, I don't think dentist is earning bloody hell lots of money. It's always easy to condemn, but if you were in their shoes, you will know it better. No easy work. Just compare to Lawyers. They charge as they talk to you or just write on paper. And it is not cheap. But why? Think for yourself, what you do when they struggle to get in to the course, struggle to graduate, struggle to become a qualified lawyer? I think they can earn easier than a dentist. But they deserve it for all the sweats and tears they have paid before. And if you are looking to be felthy rich, don't become lawyer or dentist or doctor. Become a businessman. Become like those who can earn millions, without doing anything or by just shaking their legs.
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I really hope that you will rephrase that. Though sounded too good to be true finding a professional in the net giving free consultation, but plz do not rule out that professionals do surf the net on casual basis. and really there's nothing wrong getting a 3rd person opinion regarding their uncertainties. In some circumstances, a dentist would even tell the patient to consult their own family members or friend to clear their doubt prior to some procedures. Patients have the rights to choose to know what they believe, and that includes asking around before they choose which ever treatment they decide. after all, they still have to be thoroughly assessed by the dentist before deciding if the treatment concerned should be proceeded, a good dentist would do that

oh and thanks for standing by the dentists, really appreciate it smile.gif
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thanks for all the replies, for sure ill go to my dentist and ask for more information but before that i need to know some basics 1st, i seriously dont want to lose that teeth, i know its not cheap but still i want to get it fixed than removed.
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QUOTE(metsatsu @ Dec 26 2009, 12:03 AM)
I really hope that you will rephrase that. Though sounded too good to be true finding a professional in the net giving free consultation, but plz do not rule out that professionals do surf the net on casual basis. and really there's nothing wrong getting a 3rd person opinion regarding their uncertainties. In some circumstances, a dentist would even tell the patient to consult their own family members or friend to clear their doubt prior to some procedures. Patients have the rights to choose to know what they believe, and that includes asking around before they choose which ever treatment they decide. after all, they still have to be thoroughly assessed by the dentist before deciding if the treatment concerned should be proceeded, a good dentist would do that

oh and thanks for standing by the dentists, really appreciate it smile.gif
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Yes, you are right. I miss that, it's my mistake. I should rephrase that as "Not all of them are professional".
But sometimes it's a bit too difficult to determine which information is actually from the professional.
I just want to help TS. Hope he make the right decision. May God bless you, TS.
Thanks for correcting my mistake.
By the way, quite curious to know if you are a dentist?
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QUOTE(Star_knight79 @ Dec 26 2009, 02:23 AM)
Yes, you are right. I miss that, it's my mistake. I should rephrase that as "Not all of them are professional".
But sometimes it's a bit too difficult to determine which information is actually from the professional.
I just want to help TS. Hope he make the right decision. May God bless you, TS.
Thanks for correcting my mistake.
By the way, quite curious to know if you are a dentist?
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hehe why don't u read my comments whenever there's a dental related question? tongue.gif
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can do crowning .. like what i have done for my front tooth
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QUOTE(excellentteo @ Dec 28 2009, 12:24 AM)
can do crowning .. like what i have done for my front tooth
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not all cases can be crowned... that's a very bad blanket statement...
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QUOTE(metsatsu @ Dec 28 2009, 01:12 AM)
not all cases can be crowned... that's a very bad blanket statement...
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I'm asking on behalf of my friend. her upper anteriors and premolars on each side (ie 8 teeth), are all in very bad condition. some having class V cavities, probably extending towards the roots. she's now fed up with refilling, because her composite and GIC fillings always discolour.

possible to do crowning?

thanks.

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well yeah, u can do crowning for all those affected teeth. but that's an overkill for such a small problem.

Assuming that your above description is correct, there are only 2 possibilities that give rise to your friend's problem. it's either the dentist did a crappy job or your friend's oral hygiene sucks big time. but which ever the probability is, she's better off just redo the fillings, but this time, get it done by a good dentist.

coz think about it. let's say one crown = ~RM600 (should be more than RM600... i think). 8 crowns = RM600 x 8 = RM4800. but instead, get a good dentist who can do good fillings that goes by RM150 (overcharged i know, but for an aesthetically pleasing and sustainable filling though). so for 8 teeth = RM150 x 8 = RM1200. plus a few oral hygiene counseling sessions = a few hundred bux? u will end up spending less than 1/3 of the RM4800 just to get something as equally good in total.

but again, it's a must to let the dentist does his/her examination and assessment prior to the final treatment planning.

u want one of the best in KL? go to KLIDC. Dr Mohamad Muzafar Hamirudin is your man. http://www.klidc.com.my/team.htm

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I did my implant 3 tooth side by side for $2400 in Klang's most experienced and well known dentist, Klinik Pergigian Khoo, da ones near to Klang KTM station. This was done in early 2004 and it took over a month to complete the whole process. I had to even wear false teeth too. There was very little pain thru out the process as the dentist Dr Lee is VERY EXPERIENCED & old timer too.

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I also did my implant tooth in Klinik Pergigian Khoo recently at 14th January but is from OUG, Old Klang Road. I had lost my tooth because I didn't do crowning when I had been plucked the root last time when I fell down. The cost is just RM750 the most cheapest but reliable. I used to go this clinic since I'm small kid. I'm 23 years old only not that old la. Dr.Khoo is experienced doctor too graduated from Melbourne, Australia.

For my case I doesn't feel painful at all when he screw up the tooth to my bone because I don't have any root there. Just a week to do get the mould done and then wear it forever.
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i just do it...cost @ RM8k
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picture speaks louder than words. for those with testimonials (good or bad), please attach a pic of you flashing your teeth and let others judge the "workmanship" (or lack of).

opps.. i meant "picture tells a thousand words". tongue.gif

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Anyone know.. how much is dental implant? I need dental implant in my upper jaw. pls advise

I live in KL.
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range from RM6k onwards......
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range from RM6k onwards......
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Might as well go for crowning if its possible
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Went to my dentist for molar root canal and crowing, but he said he can only find 2 canals, suggested me to go endodontic specialist to calcified 1 more. Is 2 not good enough? Going to endodontic will cost me alot.

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I know crowning got two types. One metal, other porcelain I think.
Porcelain one cost me around RM1k for my two front teeth.
Metal was is half the price.

I also know implants are very expensive. I have a family friend who did it in GH and it was very much cheaper compared to private dentists.
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molars have 3-4 canals... you will need to get all cleaned and filled....

there are many types of crowns.... you have full metal, full ceramic, ceramic fused metal..... then can be subdivide to what type of metal use(precious, semi, non precious).... then ceramic also got a few types.....

price range from 400-2k......
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DrBarbarian, previously i got my molar crowned with 2 canals. Will it cause any complications in the future?
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yes... you will have problem.... it's a time bomb.... I'm surprise that your dentist when ahead to crown it....
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is there any clinic or hospital around Melaka that can make Dental Implant?
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Here already has a thread on Dental Clinic In Melaka
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Kindly continue from there.
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How much and which dental clinic? This clinic you recommend have system to prevent cross infection - HIV, herpes & etc?

Can be done in the gomen dental clinic and ow much?
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How much and which dental clinic? This clinic you recommend have system to prevent cross infection - HIV, herpes & etc?

Can be done in the gomen dental clinic and ow much?
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Dental implants are expensive in Malaysia . You can try cheaper and better in some specialist dentist in Bangkok . Even some Europeans and Americans go to Bangkok to do dental implants . Here is one of the famous dental hospital in bangkok : Dental Hospital Bangkok


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dental implants cost about 5-6k per implant..... almost all big city dental clinics have proper infection control.... small town clinics are the ones that you should really worried about infection control.... that's one of the reasons for the price difference.....
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I have lost my lower 2nd molar, the one adjacent to the wisdom tooth, which had also been removed
without the 2nd molar, I have to chew food using the right chin side.. haih

the dentist told that the tooth implant for that one costs RM5k above.. I am wondering is this the market price nowadays for molar implantation nowadays?
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i tot 3~4k can kao tim edi?

and u have max 6months to decide/sve up for that op...

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why didn't go for crowning

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Government hospital provides this service or not??? If they provide, do care about the quality.
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QUOTE(Drian @ Oct 18 2011, 05:34 PM)
why didn't go for crowning
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what is that? I already extract the molar.. now only left a cavity (hole) there

actually got another option which is root canal, but that is more troublesome, need to back and forth the clinic, so I decided to cabut then implant it when got more $$ later

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you're suppose to do root canal and then do crowning.
It's cheaper than dental implant and you get to save your teeth.

i think right now you might want to try bridging between your wisdom and third molar.


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QUOTE(MISMan @ Oct 18 2011, 05:30 PM)
i tot 3~4k can kao tim edi?

and u have max 6months to decide/sve up for that op...
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QUOTE(sotong1992 @ Oct 18 2011, 05:46 PM)
Government hospital provides this service or not??? If they provide, do care about the quality.
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some places they do. but the patient will have to pay for the implant.

how would you know about the quality? implant success rates are not good.
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QUOTE(PhakFuhZai @ Oct 19 2011, 12:20 AM)
mind to tell why only have 6 months max to make decision?
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According to my doc, the gum will grow to fill up the cavity (a small problem) but the side gum support will be gone therefore cannot support a new implant. U only have less than six months to do the implant so tat d side gum support won't deterioration wun b so bad.

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how would you know about the quality? implant success rates are not good.
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huh?? why would you say that? it's the best choice to replace a missing tooth so far.... any other option is a compromise.....
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QUOTE(DrBarbarian @ Oct 20 2011, 11:38 AM)
huh?? why would you say that? it's the best choice to replace a missing tooth so far.... any other option is a compromise.....
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quoting from my perio specialist, the statistic in his experience...

i would recomend a bridge instead...
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so you are recommending bridge over implants? well..... that's new to me.....
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Hi I just went to a orthodontist to have my teeth checked.

My upper front teeth is protruding so the solution the doctor proposed was to remove upper two premolars, one on left and one on right, then to pull back the front teeth to straight position.

For my lower jaw, one front tooth is missing. The dr proposed to remove the lower left premolar and then close the gap using braces, without replacing the front tooth.

I was thinking, is it possible to implant a tooth to replace it, since it will look better, in my opinion. How complicated or expensive can the procedure be? The doctor didn't try to explain if it can be done or try to give some alternative, considered it is quite a well known private clinic in KL.

Appreciate if Dr Barbarian can give some opinion.


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braces will do the job... can close up the gap nicely.... you dun need implant for that....
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teeth implant is bloody expensive...only reason why dentists are so bloody rich anyway.

upper row of teeth is slightly more expensive than lower row of teeth due to higher implantation difficulty. Any renowned dental surgeon can casually charge you RM5000-10,000 for a tooth.
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That's not so true at least in my case last month only have had completed my dental implant procedure. I have to replace my front upper tooth with that screw and crown. The process was quite bearable and worth enough to get a confident smile on my face missing from last 3 years. My implant dentist charge only $1999 for that single implant. So you have to say that dental implants are affordable at times, just as in my case!!
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QUOTE(DrBarbarian @ Sep 10 2012, 11:06 AM)
braces will do the job... can close up the gap nicely.... you dun need implant for that....
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thanks. in your opinion, extraction of first premolar or second premolar is better? This ortho wants to extract the first premolars, however another ortho I went to a few years back recommended to extract the second premolars.
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most of the time it's the first.... but if the 2nd one is heavily restored or badly decayed, then may as well take it out.....
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Okay, i have alot of cavity and most of them have been filled before... some already cannot safe so the dentist have done a full extraction of it so i have some kosong space in my tooth.... doh.gif doh.gif

And problem now is, some filling will came out after years and i have to constantly spent money to refill it eventhou it will eventually fall apart..... doh.gif doh.gif

So im eager to get a full mouth reconstruction and to fill all the space with some professional dental implant....

Question:
1. How much does it usually cost for a decent dental implant of each tooth? Or a full mouth reconstruction cost?
2. Can u recommend me any dental or clinic with decent price and services?
3. Is it very painful for the procedure. (im considering extracting all my cavity and replace it with a dental implant) rclxub.gif rclxub.gif
4. Is the "fake tooth" hard to maintain?
5. How long does a full mouth reconstruction procedure usually last?


PS: The reason why im asking here is because my usual dental is some cheap dentist behind the street and im not happy with the result at all. sad.gif


Any recommendation or help will be very much appreciated.... Thank you....

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QUOTE(MiguelDominic @ Sep 10 2012, 03:24 PM)
That's not so true at least in my case last month only have had completed my dental implant procedure. I have to replace my front upper tooth with that screw and crown. The process was quite bearable and worth enough to get a confident smile on my face missing from last 3 years. My implant dentist charge only $1999 for that single implant. So you have to say that dental implants are affordable at times, just as in my case!!
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Where is the clinic which your dentist charge RM1999 for single implant?
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Anyone who would like to have a very very cheap extraction of unsalvaged tooth under specialist supervision can pm me.
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Where is the clinic which your dentist charge RM1999 for single implant?
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It was really amazing experience with them, even you can find same with it..... smile.gif

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Guys, i'm searching around for dental implant cost as I've lost two molar and need to replace it with dental implant.

The cheapest i could find is around RM5k per molar but I'm wondering if there is anything cheaper but still with titanium screw elsewhere.
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5K a tooth is a catch man, but i think you will probably get korean implants which are not anywhere as good as the european and US ones..
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bro, i recommend u a good dentist in kajang with cheap reasonable price.

its located at kajang pasar opposite there, dr chua and wan.

price i think is very reasonable.
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QUOTE(Canopies @ Nov 20 2012, 04:56 PM)
bro, i recommend u a good dentist in kajang with cheap reasonable price.

its located at kajang pasar opposite there, dr chua and wan.

price i think is very reasonable.
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How much they charge for filling and scaling there?
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How much they charge for filling and scaling there?
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price is exp for all these, but Root canal implant all seems cheap.

filling scalling around 70 -100
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You have their phone number?

QUOTE(Canopies @ Nov 20 2012, 04:56 PM)
bro, i recommend u a good dentist in kajang with cheap reasonable price.

its located at kajang pasar opposite there, dr chua and wan.

price i think is very reasonable.
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5k is cheap.... Dr Chua is good but I doubt he does implants. Btw, there's an orthodontic clinic above Dr Chua's clinic..... pretty good work....
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You have their contact number?

QUOTE(DrBarbarian @ Nov 21 2012, 10:21 AM)
5k is cheap.... Dr Chua is good but I doubt he does implants. Btw, there's an orthodontic clinic above Dr Chua's clinic..... pretty good work....
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sorry... I dun have their clinic's number with me.....
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Dr Firdaus Hanapiah is one of the most famous ones in the country, internationally too,
when it comes to implants.

Last week when I was at his clinic to have a crown done by his assistant, Dr Yogesh,
one of the patients there told me that four Australians flew over here just to have them
done by him.

He has a clinic near my house, in Jalan SS 1/22, just above one Restaurant Al-Hassan.
Phone : 7877 2090.

It won't come cheap though, naturally.

http://www.malaysiadentist.com/index.htm



The clinic was formerly called Zahida Dental, where a Dr Rose used to treat me about
eight years ago. I think it was actually owned by Firdaus.

Zahida Dental still has its main clinic at the ground floor of a flat in Shah Alam.
Says it costs $ 5,000 too here.

http://www.zahidadental.com/en/#Prices









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QUOTE(Tham @ Nov 22 2012, 07:26 PM)
Dr Firdaus Hanapiah is one of the most famous ones in the country, internationally too,
when it comes to implants.

Last week when I was at his clinic to have a crown done by his assistant, Dr Yogesh,
one of the patients there told me that four Australians flew over here just to have them
done by him.

He has a clinic near my house, in Jalan SS 1/22, just above one Restaurant Al-Hassan.
Phone : 7877 2090.

It won't come cheap though, naturally.

http://www.malaysiadentist.com/index.htm
The clinic was formerly called Zahida Dental, where a Dr Rose used to treat me about
eight years ago. I think it was actually owned by Firdaus.

Zahida Dental still has its main clinic at the ground floor of a flat in Shah Alam.
Says it costs $ 5,000 too here.

http://www.zahidadental.com/en/#Prices
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Hi all,
I'm 20 years old man, have decent ( sweat.gif ) looking but got problem with my teeth, my under left side teeth was missing and it's partially destroy my smile. So I think dental implant is my only choice for long term. The problem is it is expensive.

I hope somebody here would tell me how to get good cost dental implant without sacrificing quality (maybe by working with some companies) .
TQ. Appreciated the reply.
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QUOTE(techies_kid @ Feb 13 2013, 01:28 AM)
Hi all,
I'm 20 years old man, have decent ( sweat.gif ) looking but got problem with my teeth, my under left side teeth was missing and it's partially destroy my smile.  So I think dental implant is my only choice for long term. The problem is it is expensive.

I hope somebody here would tell me how to get good cost dental implant without sacrificing quality  (maybe by working with some companies) .
TQ. Appreciated the reply.
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Hmm UM dental clinic is charging from RM3500 to RM4500.....
Link is here.... nod.gif nod.gif
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You could go for bridging which is cheaper.
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QUOTE(angalc557 @ Feb 13 2013, 12:04 PM)
Hmm UM dental clinic is charging from RM3500 to RM4500.....
Link is here....  nod.gif  nod.gif
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thanx for link..


QUOTE(TinyPumpkin @ Feb 13 2013, 12:48 PM)
You could go for bridging which is cheaper.
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sorry, but i believed bridging will damaged two adjacent teeth in long term..
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thanx for link..
sorry, but i believed bridging will damaged two adjacent teeth in long term..
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Sure glad to help..... biggrin.gif
You can use it as a base price for comparison.....
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hi, anyone knows any clinic offer this payment plan? i want to do dental implant but could not afford to pay in just 2 or 3 times which is commonly used by clinics i've inquired.

I like to opt for 0% interest free installment plan, that way rm6000 will become easily affordable. anyone knows? thanks

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hi
planning to do dental implant
checked the price, is abt RM6500 per tooth at utama dental and the smile clinic
anyone has good recommendation for dental implant?
i was told the whole procedure to putting in the crown is about 3 months
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QUOTE(jen_jen @ Oct 21 2013, 05:48 PM)
hi
planning to do dental implant
checked the price, is abt RM6500 per tooth at utama dental and the smile clinic
anyone has good recommendation for dental implant?
i was told the whole procedure to putting in the crown is about 3 months
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Hi i am a dental supplier, if you have any queries about implants, do PM me. I can get you a cheaper price for the whole procedure.


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QUOTE(ai_m3i @ Dec 2 2013, 11:32 AM)
Hi i am a dental supplier, if you have any queries about implants, do PM me. I can get you a cheaper price for the whole procedure.
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What has a dental supplier has anything to do with dental implant, a dentistry procedure practiced by dentists?

Did you mean to say you are a dentist?


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my dentist, dr chan, taman midah, cheras want to do above for me for 1 premolar tooth. is the price ok, he only do implant from us one not korea or others. Please commend on the price.

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What's the different between US and Korea? Still tooth what.

1 teeth for 7k sound so crazy.
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How about bridging? My molar tooth cracked and need to be extracted. My dentist advised me to go for crown bridging to fill up the empty space
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How about bridging? My molar tooth cracked and need to be extracted. My dentist advised me to go for crown bridging to fill up the empty space
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Huh, my brother had the same case as u, but my dentist did a root canal treatment for him and he needs to go back for crowning, but luckily my dentist quoted him a reasonable price. nod.gif
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give some comment ler, anywhere to get it cheaper?
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QUOTE(gedebe @ Dec 27 2013, 09:39 AM)
my dentist, dr chan, taman midah, cheras want to do above for me for 1 premolar tooth.  is the price ok, he only do implant from us  one not korea or others.  Please commend on the price.
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Nowadays i think market price are almost like this, my mum did 1 in Solaris Mont Kiara, is also about RM7000.00, the doctor said implant will be a long term thing compare to denture or crowning, so at last she choose implant and the doctor is very gentle, my mum like him very much, now still in the mid of process.

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QUOTE(amychan123 @ Feb 20 2014, 09:06 AM)
Nowadays i think market price are almost like this, my mum did 1 in Solaris Mont Kiara, is also about RM7000.00, the doctor said implant will be a long term thing compare to denture or crowning, so at last she choose implant and the doctor is very gentle, my mum like him very much, now still in the mid of process.
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mine one is rm7-8K, summore it is in Cheras not Mt Kiara but since we are living there we find it convenient to go there but the price to me it also expensive!
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QUOTE(gedebe @ Feb 20 2014, 11:24 AM)
mine one is rm7-8K, summore it is in Cheras not Mt Kiara but since we are living there we find it convenient to go there but the price to me it also expensive!
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oo...Cheras oh, hmm...they have a few more branch, but in pj areas.
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QUOTE(ai_m3i @ Dec 2 2013, 11:32 AM)
Hi i am a dental supplier, if you have any queries about implants, do PM me. I can get you a cheaper price for the whole procedure.
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Hi, can you recommend a good oral surgeon with cert of implantology in klang valley that equipment with 3D X-ray ?
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1 of my teeth is decaying, its no longer can be repaired, its the 1 next to the wisdom teeth so if i lost it, it will cost me alot of problem when eating, so i want to replace it instead of just removing it, i did some research and found something called "dental implant". want to know how much it cost, how well it works, and where can i get it done in malaysia ?

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Guys, both my mom and my dad (in Selangor) got dental implants from Dr Loh in Taman Cheras, Kuala Lumpur

They are one of the clinic attached to this dental info website now. https://www.facebook.com/Malaysia.Dental.Implant

They both done it in early year 2009 and they have no complain till today. (5pcs in my dad, and 3pcs in my mom)

My dad only get it done in abt 6 months time from 1st treatment date, while my mom actually need longer time for healing, took abt 1 year to finish.

It only cost me about RM15k for my dad and RM9k for my mom. (of course, with some help of my siblings paying for it. thank god)

DrLoh's clinic is EXTREMELY basic... And usually need to spend at least 40 minutes time waiting (cez he has patients looking for him, always) rclxub.gif rclxub.gif rclxub.gif

On top of that, He has very good hand in doing dental implants, and orthodontics. laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif

He has quite a wide audience of patients other than Malaysia, especially from Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia region.

i got my braces done by him, took about 2 years due to my unique case, cost me about RM4k all included.

You can call the advisor, Mr Billy for dental guidance.

One thing i like most about them is, they DO NOT do unnecessary thing if your condition doesn't require it.

Not sure if the price has gone up after that. blush.gif




Hope it helps!!!


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QUOTE(narf03 @ Dec 22 2009, 11:46 AM)
1 of my teeth is decaying, its no longer can be repaired, its the 1 next to the wisdom teeth so if i lost it, it will cost me alot of problem when eating, so i want to replace it instead of just removing it, i did some research and found something called "dental implants". want to know how much it cost, how well it works, and where can i get it done in malaysia ?

thanks.
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One of my tooth which is next to the wisdom teeth is getting damaged and I now find difficult while eating. Shall I just get it removed or should replace it? What is the procedure of dental implant, are the results fine and how much is the cost involved?
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Any Idea how much the full mouth tooth implants costs ? best place?
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Any Idea how much the full mouth tooth implants costs ? best place?
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its a surgery, after you done with a tooth, most likely u cant use that tooth for a while or expect pain while using it, if u can choose not to eat for a week or so, u can try. doing just 1 is so painful already and u can do all ? well i guess u can tell the doctor to disable your jaw, i dont think u can open your mouth for 12 hours straight. oh about the price, few thousand for a tooth, maybe 100k should be enough.
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