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What is HAPLUS Dental Clinic stands for

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We wish all our homepage’s visitors and their friends, parents and whole families the best of health and happiness. We sincerely hope that the information provided can be of good insight and use to your lives. We believe that if customers receive a high standard of treatment, they will be inclined to trust us and come to our clinic should they ever need to again.

Giving our all for customers is the basic standard here.

The reason we only hire transplant experts and veterans

When it comes to our health and future every person in the world would want to make sure that their treatment is in safe hands, whether it is for themselves or the people they care about.
They would want to make sure that they didn’t have any regrets about choosing the right treatment option.

What we consider to be the right kind of treatment

  1. Treatment that will either not require a second treatment or one that will last the longest time possible
  2. Transplants that fit comfortably and allows one to chew without pain or discomfort
  3. A beautiful set of teeth that you can proudly show
  4. A reasonable, affordable option
  5. A time efficient and process efficient treatment
  6. The kind of painless and smooth transplant treatment that only the most versatile and expert dentists can offer

Even within different demographics and age brackets you have the unique situations and conditions of each individual patient. For instance, the treatment that young patients receive to prevent tooth decay require and the treatment that elderly people receive wishing to maintain their dental health and condition is vastly different.
Dental surgeons with a comprehensive, versatile skillset are hard to come by because depending on the environment where one received their training, they will be equipped to deal with a certain set of situations but perhaps not others (Neighbourhood clinics, University hospitals for example).

Working in an industry that was so segmented made me quickly realize that I would not be able to reach the standard fit to treat the 10% of patients with complicated and difficult conditions usually not seen in common situations. It dawned on me that 24 hours in a single day was insufficient for the practice and study I needed to reach that standard.
Following this realisation I made the decision to focus on patients consistently suffering from tooth loss and those in serious risk of severe tooth decay and loss. This heavily involved performing teeth implants and inserting ceramic fillings. What fascinated and intrigued me was the vivid and vast difference for the patient, before and after the treatment. Knowing how much of a positive difference I could make to the patient’s life gave me an incredible sense of gratification and satisfaction. This is the main factor behind me choosing to commit to this line of work.

Efforts to maintain the highest standards in the industry

There are several types of implant procedures including dentures, ceramic implants and prosthetic implants. For the last 5 months I have consistently performed on average 50 surgical procedures per month. On a busier month it sometimes comes to even 100 implant procedures. In total I have completed approximately 3000 implant surgeries and regenerated around 6000 teeth and inserted roughly 10,000 ceramic fillings. According to Survey Institution Data these figures equate to roughly 10 times the surgical implant experience of the average dentist in Japan. In addition performing such surgeries incur a higher cost to the clinic and surgeon and take significantly longer than most procedures. However seeing the positive long term effects of those treatments makes it unmistakably worth it.

Having performed surgery every day I can assume through my experience what makes a successful procedure, what makes a failed procedure and conversely what can satisfy the patient. One cannot hope to achieve the desired result without keeping to the fundamental and basic principles of dental surgery. Thorough sterilization, oral care for patient prior to surgery and treating+ removing the tarter and mycelium surrounding the area to be treated.
High quality equipment is of paramount importance. Meticulous preparation, accuracy and surgical precision are essential because advanced medical procedures are delicate and complex.
Implant equipment and machinery must be able to focus onto a depth and angle in units of 0.1mm and produce a 3-dimensional dental x-ray imagery otherwise the surgery may result in failure.
In other words doing implant treat without CT scans in modern times is not permitted.

In order to ensure a thorough sterilization process, one must ensure that the room is secure from environmental influences outside the room where the treatment takes place. In order to identify illnesses and infections invisible to the naked eye, surgeon must have a surgical microscope at hand. Although the figures for accidents and litigation have decreased, many clinics are still performing implant surgery without adequate equipment, facilities and systems and causing such cases. Consequently conservative attitudes toward implant surgery remain in Japan as a result.

By simple law of probability or in natural science, one can assume that the same phenomenon or result can be obtained every time by doing the same act given the same conditions and environment are present. For instance, if you release a stone held in your hand, the stone will surely fall without fail. Even if the size of the stone varies it shall fall all the same. Conversely, scientifically proven methods performed and prepared meticulously should yield the same good results every time. Activities such as implant treatment which has been thoroughly studied, developed and tested inherently should have a high probability of consistent success.

Unfortunately errors remain in the industry as inexperienced dentists struggle to keep up with the incredibly high demand for treatment despite not always having the requisite experience and skills on top of the lack of quality facilities, machinery, and equipment etcetera. A patient who has experienced surgery enough times can easily tell the difference in dexterity, composure, steadiness and technique between a prolific, experienced dentist and one who is not. For the reasons stated above our clinic’s priority is to make sure we not only have highly competent and skilled dentists but also the high quality facilities and equipment necessary to guarantee a safe, comfortable and successful implant treatment.