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Dental Tourism In Bangkok

Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, has been known to attract tourists with its temples, palaces, and museums. The affordable dental works in Bangkok is yet another feature for international tourists here.

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The historic tourist city is known to attract tourists with its temples, palaces, and museums. The affordable dental works in Bangkok is yet another feature for international tourists here. 

Bangkok was rated the world’s most visited city for the third time in 2018 [1]

Cost of Dental work in Bangkok

Dental treatment in Bangkok is cheap but still in well equipped, state of the art facilities.

Prices of dental work are affordable due to the exchange rate of foreign currency and the low cost of living for locals.

The price list below, throws more light on this.

Top Dental Clinics

Bangkok Smile Dental Clinic

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BFC Dental Clinic Bangna

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cat-icon BFC DENTAL, 347 Bangna-Trad Road. Bangna Bangkok Thailand 10260

Bangkok Smile Dental Clinic Sukhumvit 5

Loved the ambiance! Was happy to be treated by a very pleasant staff. And most importantly, I s...

cat-icon 5 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand

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TreatmentPrice (USD)*Duration (days)
Dental Implant$757 – $1,5257-14
Dental Implant -Abutment + Porcelain Crown$909 – $1,060case dependent
All-On-4 Implant$7,625 – $9,69614
All-on-6 Implant$9,150 – $12,20010 -14
4-6 Mini-Implants + Denture$3,810-$6,07010 – 12
PFM Crown$275 -$5202 – 5
All-Ceramic Crown$454 – $5202 – 5
Full Denture$424 – $48410
Partial Denture$92 – $4847 – 10
Porcelain Veneers$333 -$6102 – 7
 *Prices are subject to change. Please contact our case managers

Is Dental Work Safe in Bangkok?

Crime rates in Bangkok are lower than that in many U.S. cities.[2] This makes it a favourable destination for dental works as well.
Our partner clinics are accredited by reputed international firms like The Joint Commission International (JCI) and International Congress of Oral Implantologists and ISO 9001:2015 certification.
The clinics follow international standards of sterilization which are checked by a 3M Attest Biological Monitoring System. After sterilization, the instruments are vacuum-packed and stored in a U.V. chamber.

Dentavacation checks all the parameters and verifies safety and quality of treatment before partnering with clinics. These parameters are:

  • Is the dentist well qualified?
  • Does the clinic use internationally certified equipment and material?
  • Does the clinic follow adequate sterilization?
  • Is it accredited to any international organization?
  • Are past patients giving good reviews?

Why choose Dentavacation for Dental Vacation in Bangkok?

Dentavacation is an online repository of world-class dental clinics. As a unit of US-based Medical Tourism Corporation, it has been successfully aiding patients to achieve their health goals for over 14+ years.

Dentavacation screens and partners with only the best dental clinics and highly qualified dentists. It ensures patients have access to affordable treatment.

Dental Education/Training in Bangkok

Dentists in Bangkok undergo extensive training before they practice.

  • They must undergo 6 years of education to get a DDS degree.[3]
  • Following which, they must also work in the public system for three years.
  • The universities also provide postgraduate specialties.

Partner Dental clinic in Bangkok

BFC Dental Clinic Bangna

BFC Dental Clinic Bangkok- Dental Works in Bangkok

BFC Dental Clinic Bangkok

BFC is a modern and state of the art dental clinic at Bangna and Srinakarin in Bangkok.

The clinic is accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI) and International Congress of Oral Implantologists.

It follows international protocols of hygiene.

BFC has a team of 25 specialized dentists and provides treatment across all departments of dentistry.

For more information, please visit BFC Dental Clinic Bangna.

Bangkok Smile Dental Clinic

Bangkok Smile Malo Clinic Thailand- Dental Works in Bangkok

Bangkok Smile Malo Clinic Thailand

Bangkok Smile Dental Clinic was started in 2003 by Dr Sermsakul Wongtiraporn. This dental clinic in Bangkok now has 8 locations across Thailand like Sukhumvit 5 branch and in Ploenchit Road, opposite the British Embassy.

It is JCI accredited and offers treatment using the latest dental technology like 3-D Cone Beam x-ray, Dental Lasers, CEREC, and ITero-Dental Imaging Scanners.

It evens has its own ISO-9001 certified dental laboratory.

For more information, please visit the Bangkok Smile Dental Clinic Sukhumvit 5.

Dental Tourism in Bangkok

Founded in 1782 by King Rama I, Bangkok has rapidly grown into a modern city with multiple sightseeing attractions.

Along with affordable dental work catering to all your needs, you can enjoy an exciting holiday as well.

Things to do in Bangkok:

Wat Phra Chetuphon

This is the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, it’s also a good place for a traditional Thai massage.

Wat Phra Temple- Dental Tourism in Bangkok

Wat Phra Temple, Bangkok

Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun)

This ancient temple is located on the banks on the Chao Phraya river and has a magnificent stupa. The stupas are built of white stone with porcelain and seashells artwork.

Don’t miss taking a photo with the temple guardians!

Chatuchak Weekend Market

From food and dessert stalls to clothing and accessories, from artwork to massages- this market offers it all.

Keep some bargaining tips handy when you visit!

Jim Thompson House

The house of a World War II veteran who used to sell silks and artwork has now been converted to a museum. You can find a curation of art, furniture, the sculpture of Buddha, and porcelain. It also has a restaurant.

Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew)

An important Buddhist temple located within the Grand Palace.

Wat Phra Kaew- Dental Works in Bangkok

Wat Phra Kaew

It has an Emerald Buddha, which has been carved out of a single block.

Grand Palace, Bangkok

The spectacular landmark is home of the king and the country’s administration.

Along with its intricate architecture, the palace compound houses chapels, the Emerald Buddha, statues, an art gallery, a library, and many other buildings.

Travel tips for Tourists in Bangkok

  • You can fly into Bangkok International Airport- BKK, Survarnabhumi.
  • BTS- skytrain and MRT- Metro are good modes of transport to get around.
  • Taxis maybe needed to get to tourist spots. Tuk tuks are also a memorable experience.
  • Weather: It hot and humid most of the year. Light and quick dry clothing is advisable. Of note, shorts are not allowed in the Grand Palace.
  • Bargaining: Bangkok is cheap, additionally you can still bargain in the local markets. You can bargain between 25 to 50% of the quoted price2.

Thai Etiquette:

Being respectful to the Royal family and Buddhism is held in regard.

Don’t touch anything or anyone with your feet. It’s considered disrespectful.

Common Thai Phrases

The official language in Thai. Some common phrases are

  • Hello – Sawadee khrup/ka.
  • Yes – Chai (khrup/ka)
  • No – Mai (khrup/ka)
  • Maybe – Aaj ja (khrup/ka)
  • Thank you – khop khun (khrup/ka)
  • Sorry/excuse me – Khor thoad khrup/ka.
  • Where is the restroom– Hong nam yoo tee nai khrup/ka?

Thai Food:

Try the extensive street food around the Giant Swing in the Old Town.

  • Bangkok has 175 Michelin- star restaurants3, especially in the Conrad Bangkok area. Bangkok also hosts night markets- you get good beer too.
  • Try to look for eateries where the locals eat. The food will tastier and have authentic flavors.

Safety in Bangkok

Bangkok is a safe city. Here are some pointers to keep in mind:

  • Scams: Beware of people saying tourist spots are closed for a few hours and offering to take you to specials shops. They can con you with fake wares.
  • Beware of gem shops. Most of them are fake, unless you are adept at differentiating the real ones.
  • Take all taxi rides by the meter and not flat rates.
  • Don’t go on tuk tuk rides offering tours. They take you to commission shops.
  • Beware of well spoken, neatly dressed strangers- they are usually con men.

Emergency Contact Numbers in Bangkok

  • Local Tourist Police: 1155

Australian Embassy, Bangkok

Address: 181 Wireless Road, Lumphini, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand

Switchboard: +66 2 344 6300

  • Thailand Emergency Services (Fire, Ambulance): 191

British Embassy Bangkok

Address: 14 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 305 8333

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