|▲ Navigation Implant System / Dentist Jang Yoon-jeong|
Like other diseases, prevention plays the crucial role when it comes to healthy teeth. Regular dental care from as little as baby can keep 20 teeth until 80 and 3 otherwise, experts advise.
“Digitalization is happening in almost all sectors and dental care is no exception. Using latest equipment is making precision of diagnosis and subsequent treatment measures easier than ever. It is not only good for skilled dentists but also patients to keep healthy teeth and also to cure bad teeth more effectively” says Jang Yoon-jeong, head dentist at Navigation Implant System.
Located in Daejeon, Navigation Implant System has built trust among locals with attention to detail services backed up by latest dental equipment. The CT and digital scanning screens the right spot for implant and executes with minimum error or damage to gums if unavoidable. The subminiature camera also looks into every niche in the mouth while the cavity diagnosis device carries out the treatment effectively.
It is notable that only around 11% dentists have built clinical experiences at university hospitals in South Korea and Jang is one of them.
“If a doctor is only skilled in what she is doing, she is no different from an engineer in general. A good doctor I think has both skill and responsibility. A good doctor also listens to patients attentively and thinks and treats on patients’ point of view.”
As part of this effort, Yu introduced painless anesthesia and gargle anesthesia which are inserted painlessly to the targeted area without doctor’s hand shooting the part with a scary needle. Gargle anesthesia is especially handy as it makes the targeted surface numb within one or two minutes.
“We are confident with our skills and equipment but equally so with our attention to detail customer services. We do not see patients as patients but respected individuals who deserve to receive decent treatment.”
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