working in Korea. as well as visitors to Korea. My sincere hope is that
when you visit Korea, the land of the moring peace, experience the
“miracle on the Han.” Seoul is different, yet familiar, to people from
As a dental-care provider, I hope to help you with your dental needs.
by ding something a little differently in a helth service that has only
sparingly changed over the years. We want you to enjoy your dental
experience, while you enjoy Korea.
May the five Blessings grant you peace.
D.D.S M.S.D Ph D.
Finished graduated school, SNU, PhD, in dentistry prosthodontics
Active member of the Korean academy of prosthodontics
DO IT ALL
Far Eastern blessings via German technology
What this means for the patient is that he or she can often receive the treatment they need in just one visit. It's an expensive system, and one that requires considerable training and skill on the part of the user, but is enables Paik to offer his patients unrivaled service in terms of results, comfort and convenience.
Rather than ship his digital images to an outside lab, Paik makes his own ceramic replacements on-site using an advanced zirconia furnace, the likes of which, he explains, there are just a handful in Korea. Heating the ceramics up to 1,530 degrees results in a synthetic tooth that is as hard as metal, the standard replacement material, while also being biocompatible, a godsend to those with metal allegies.
The CEREC System
This German manufactured system, which is used to reconstruct teeth, reflects the highest standards of craftsmanship and precision.
Modern science has confirmed that healthy teeth can extend human life and reduce the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease.
We need not read medical reports to learn that, as we grow older, healthy teeth are indeed a great blessing in our lives.
Although we should not overlook the joy of eating without pain or discomfort, all of us can also appreciate the benefits of a glowing smile.
Healty teeth are indeed a wonderful blessing.