Seoul, the capital city of South Korea, is a reliable international destination for tourists seeking dental and medical care. [1] Dental work in Seoul is affordable and dentists are well-trained.

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The beautiful city is home to over 10 million people. [2]

It was earlier called Gyeongseongbu and Hanyang and was renamed Seoul after Korea gained independence in 1945.

The healthcare for international patients in the city is of the same quality as for the local residents.

If you’re looking for high-quality and affordable dental work, Seoul is the right place.

Cost of Dental Work in Seoul

Still wondering, how much does dental work in Seoul cost? The cost of dental work in Seoul can save you up to 80% over US prices.

Dental implant prices in Seoul start at only $1,160 but are charged up to $4,000 in the USA.

Similarly, veneers and crowns cost $650 and $690 in Seoul but cost an exorbitant amount of $1000 and $3500 in the US and Canada.

Cost Comparison (USD)
Procedure Seoul Canada US
Dental Implants
All-on-6 $11,760 $29,000 $24,000
All-on-8 $15,680 $30,000 $27,000
Mini Dental Implant $1,160-$1,960 $3,000 $4,250
Titanium Implant $1,160-$1,960 $3,000 $4,000
Zirconium Ceramic Veneer $650 $1,125 $1,000
Porcelain Veneer $650 $1,250 $1,500
Crowns and Bridges
Crown over Zirconium Implant $690 $3,000 $3,750
Ceramic Crown $780 $1,250 $1,300
Porcelain Fused to Metal Crown $780 $1,140 $1,100
*Prices are subject to change.

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Why Get Dental Work in Seoul?

Affordable Dental Work

  • Despite having modern health care facilities, the cost of dental work in Seoul is quite affordable. [3]
  • You can save 20 to 80% for the same treatment procedures. (see cost table)

Internationally Accredited Dentists

  • periodontist in the Good Life Dental Hospital has completed his residency in the US.
  • He has Korean and American periodontist certificates.

Multilingual Staff

  • Doctors and the staff at the dental clinic are multilingual.
  • They speak English, Russian, Chinese, and Korean fluently.

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Dental Tourism in Seoul

Seoul is a popular place for tourists to visit.

On every corner, you can find reconstructed palaces that stand together with the novel technological wonders and bustling night markets.

Night Skyline, Seoul

Nightlife in Seoul

Also, it’s a place where youth culture venues stand together with peaceful Buddhist temples.

When traveling for dental work in Seoul, you don’t need to stay inside your hotel or the dental center all day.

Here are some of the places you can visit while you are there.

This museum was constructed in 1945, the largest museum in the world.

It houses a vast collection of over 220,000 million artifacts from ancient times to the present in various topics. [4]

Operating Hours: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm (Till 9 pm on Wednesday and Saturday)
Tour Length: 1hr 30 minutes
Closed: New Year’s Day and Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day)
Entry: Free [5]

National Museum of Korea | Dental Work in Seoul

National Museum of Korea

Lotte World is a major recreation complex in Seoul that gives you first-class entertainment.

It has movie theaters, sports facilities, a folk museum, and a hotel.

In addition, Lotte World is divided into Magic Island, an outdoor amusement park, and Lotte World Adventure, an indoor theme park.

Lotte World Adventure is the world’s biggest indoor amusement park. [6]

Operating Hours: 09:30-22:00 hrs
Entry Fees: $12.18 – $47.91 (The price may vary with age.)

Lotte World

Lotte World

This market is the biggest traditional market in Korea [7] , famous for local veggies, fruits, and inexpensive items.

It sells ginseng, flowers, clothes, fine arts, mountain gear, and kitchenware.

Operating Hours: Varies by stores
Credit Cards: Accepted
Closed: Sundays

Namdaemun Market | Dental Work in Seoul

Namdaemun Market, Seoul

Seoul has five main palaces, and Gyeongbokgung is the most beautiful and most prominent of them all.

Gyeongbokgung is a large palace complex that houses the National Folk Museum of Korea. [8]

Seochon and Bukchon are the two villages that surround the palace.

Maximum Occupancy: 6 to 8 persons
Operating Hours: 09:00 to 14:00 hrs (last time up to 18:00 hrs; depending on the month)
Entry Fee: $1.25 to $2.50

Gyeongbokgung Palace | Dental Work in Seoul

Gyeongbokgung Palace

In 1997, UNESCO designated Changdeokgung Palace as a world heritage site. [9]

Changdeokgung houses many cultural treasures.

These include Nakseonjae, Seonjeongjeon Hall, Daejojeon Hall, and Injeongjeon Hall.

Operating Hours: Palace Tour
February-May, September-October: 09:00 hrs-18:00 hrs
June-August: 09:00 hrs-18:30 hrs
November-January: 09:00 hrs-17:30 hrs
Closed: Mondays
Entry Fees: $1.95 – $2.44 (A discount may apply for group entry.)

Changdeokgung | Dental Work in Seoul


Bukcheon Hanok lies between Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung. This north village features multiple traditional Korean houses (hanoks).

Due to its historical sites is also called the ‘street museum in the city center’. [10]

Operating Hours: Mon to Sat- 10:00 hrs to 17:00 hrs
Entry Fees: Free
Walking Tour Course: 3 hours 30 minutes

Bukcheon Hanok Village | Dental Work in Seoul

Bukcheon Hanok Village

Traveling Tips

Here are some traveling tips to make your dental vacation in Seoul a breeze.

  • The metro is very clean and efficient, and safe to travel.
  • Street food in Seoul is safe and clean to eat.
  • It will help if you use a hotel concierge and tourist information centers to get directions and help. These centers have many phone chargers, air conditioning, and Wi-Fi.
  • The currency exchange rate is high at airports! You’ll find foreign currency centers in every part of the city, and your guesthouse or hotel can also exchange cash for you.
  • Most shops accept credit cards. So, purchasing a credit card with 0% foreign transaction fees would be better. However, you should keep some cash for transportation and street food.
  • You can purchase a SIM card at Incheon International Airport [ICN] or online in advance.

  • Remove your shoes before entering temples and households in Seoul.
  • Use both hands while presenting and accepting things.
  • Do not sit in the priority seats (noyakjaseok’) when traveling on subways or buses. These seats are for pregnant women, the elderly, and the disabled.
  • Use both hands when shaking hands.
  • Women should not wear low-cut tops, back-bearing shirts, and spaghetti straps.

  • Seoul has excellent cab services. Cabs are available on call or on the streets 24 hours a day. Traveling by taxi at night is safe but expensive.
  • The city has excellent metro connectivity, extending across the suburbs and Seoul. The user-friendly metro apps are available on mobile phones for your comfort.
  • You can get to any part of the city by bus. Bus services in Seoul are highly organized, and buses are classified by colors like yellow, red, green, and blue. [11]
  • Yellow Bus: These buses run to and from several parts of the city, stopping at stations close to the market, tourist, and business areas and offering connections to railway stations and subway stations.
  • Red Bus: These buses are mainly for people commuting between metropolitan satellite cities and downtown Seoul.
  • Green Bus: These buses serve routes between close-by residential areas and subway stations.
  • Blue Bus: These buses run for long distances through the city.

Dental Work in Seoul FAQs

Yes, Seoul is safe to travel to, and you will probably not experience any problems visiting the place. [12]

  • Visit this beautiful city from March to May and from September to November.
  • The travel expenses are low during this time, and the weather is pleasant.
  • Avoid traveling to Seoul during the summer, which runs from July to September and is marked by hot and humid weather.
  • The nearest airport to the city is Incheon International Airport (Airport Code: ICN). It is considered the world’s Best Airport. [13]
  • Situated 50 km southwest of Seoul, it is served by China Airlines, American Airlines, Air France, and Air Astana, to name a few.
  • Ambulance, Emergency, Fire: 119
  • Medical Emergency: 1339
  • Police: 112
  • The clinic does see some patients covered by Trinity.
  • Our case managers can help you learn about other insurance covers.

This creative and future-proof city [14]  is a perfect destination for the future of your teeth.

Dental work in Seoul can help you save both- your smile & money.

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