Have you ever lost a tooth and needed to replace it as quickly as possible? Then we have the perfect solution for you. So, getting dentures in Thailand can act as natural and quick replacements for your missing teeth.

Want to know more? Let’s explore how!

What Are Dentures?

Why Choose Dentures in Thailand?


Dentures in Thailand are a convenient and affordable solution for several dental tourists.

It is because you pay only a tiny percentage of what you would have to otherwise pay in your home country.

In all, you can save up to 90% across various cities in Thailand.


Our partner clinics receive many dental tourists from Australia and New Zealand.

They strive to provide quality care rivaling the Australian standards for just a fraction of the prices.

We offer

  • Board-certified specialists
  • High standards of sterilization
  • Low-cost and high-quality solutions
  • State-of-the-art equipment and technologies
  • Certified in-house labs facilitating quicker treatments
  • Award-winning clinics accredited by the Joint Commission International

  • Thailand is one of the most visited destinations, with nearly 35 million tourists yearly. [1]
  • It is famous for its beautiful beaches, rich culture and history, temples, and cuisine.
  • The cheap travel and other expenses make it one of the most chosen destinations for dental treatments combined with a holiday.

How Much Do Dentures Cost in Thailand?

Thailand dentures cost starts at around $425. Further, the cost of partial dentures in Thailand is $110 compared to $1215 in Australia.

In other words, you can save up to 90% by getting dentures in Thailand.

Additionally, the cost of partial dentures in Phuket, Thailand, will let you save more than $1000.

The table below compares the cost of full & partial dentures in Thailand and Australia.

Types of Dentures Bangkok Phuket Chiang Mai Australia
Partial acrylic frame denture $110 $135 $160 $1215
Partial metal frame denture $245 $360 $405 $1685
Full acrylic denture $640 $425 $600 $2310
*Prices are subject to change.

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Types of Dentures

Types of dentures are categorized into three classifications based on


  • Removable
  • Implant assisted

  • Partial
  • Full mouth

  • Acrylic
  • Metallic

Removable Dentures

These include complete dentures or partial ones.

Removable dentures are replacements for missing teeth. False teeth are attached to a denture base (acrylic or metal). [2]

This assembly fits onto the gum and soft tissue region. It is supported by attachments adhering to the remaining natural teeth.

You can remove them from the mouth regularly to maintain oral hygiene.

Removable Dentures | Dentures in Thailand

Removable Dentures

Implant-Supported Denture

These dentures are supported in the oral cavity using implants anchored to the jaw bone. [3]

Depending on the number and location of missing teeth, the number of implants is decided.

Once the implant screws osseointegrate (mechanically attached) with the bone, dentures can be placed onto them. These dentures could be partial or complete.

Removable implant dentures allow easy removal of the denture from the mouth whenever required. It can be snapped back on at any time.

Implant-Supported Dentures | Dentures in Thailand

Implant-Supported Dentures

Partial Dentures

When one or more teeth attached to a denture base replace your missing teeth, it is known as a partial denture.

Removable partial dentures could be of three types [4]

Cast Metal Dentures

Cast Metal Dentures | Dentures in Thailand

Acrylic Flippers

Acrylic Dentures | Dentures in Thailand

Flexible Denture

Flexible Dentures | Dentures in Thailand

Full Mouth Dentures

Full-mouth dentures, also known as complete dentures, are replacements when all the natural teeth are missing. [5]

These missing teeth can be replaced either using a removable denture or an implant-supported full mouth denture.

Full Mouth Dentures | Dentures in Thailand

Full Mouth Dentures

Acrylic Dentures

Acrylic resin is a soft pink-colored material that hardens after a particular time.

It forms the denture base that rests on the soft tissues of your oral cavity.

They have advantages over metal denture bases as they are more esthetic, easy to repair, and lightweight. [6]

Other supporting elements (clasps) that adhere to natural teeth fix onto this acrylic base.

Acrylic Material for Dentures in Thailand

Acrylic Material for Dentures

Metallic Dentures

Cast metal partial dentures generally have a metal base. This metal base is made up of cobalt-chromium alloy.

Its first use for removable partial dentures was documented in the 1930s. [7]

Sometimes specific individuals may be allergic to acrylic resin. Hence, depending on the case requirement and personal preference, your dentist will suggest the best option.

Metal Dentures | Dentures in Thailand

Dentures With Incorporated Metal

With all these options available, you may get confused in deciding the best suitable choice for you.

Worry not! We partner with some of the top-rated clinics for dentures in Thailand.

The section below will help you choose the location that is most convenient for you.

Best Clinics for Dentures in Thailand

You can save up to 90% on getting your partial dentures in Bangkok, Thailand, at the clinics listed below.

Dentures cost in Phuket can also earn you savings of more than 85% at our partner clinic.

Moreover, the cost of partial dentures in Chiang Mai, Thailand, is also 85% lesser than that in the US.

BFC Dental Clinic Bangna
BFC Dental Clinic Bangna
4.8 (33 Reviews)
BFC Dental Bangna 347, Bangna-Trad Rd, Bang Na, Bangkok 10260, Thailand
Mon - Sun 9:30 AM to 8 PM

Specials:

  • Accredited by JCI Accreditation (Networking Accreditation)
  • Equipped with T-Scan occlusal analysis system for diagnosis
  • Availability of non-medical amenities like children’s play area, cafeteria, etc. for a more significant experience
Bangkok Smile Dental Clinic
Bangkok Smile Dental Clinic
4.8 (230 Reviews)
32/ 21 5-6 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand
Mon-Fri 10AM-8PM, Sat-Sun 10AM-6PM

Specials:

  • Accredited by Joint Commission International
  • Equipped with an in-house ISO 9001 certified dental lab
  • It is internationally renowned with 8 locations in Thailand with about 70 dental specialists
Bangkok Smile Dental Clinic Sukhumvit 5
Bangkok Smile Dental Clinic Sukhumvit 5
4.8 (230 Reviews)
5 Sukhumvit Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Mon - Fri 10:00 AM to 08:00 PM

Specials:

  • Headquarter of the renowned Bangkok Smile Malo Dental Group
  • Equipped with an on-site lab that is ISO 9001:2015 certified
  • Their excellent international reputation helps increase your savings by more than 70% of the regular fees charged back home.
Sea Smile Dental Clinic
4.6 (132 Reviews)
189/18 Rathutit 200 Year, Patong Beach, Phuket 83150, Thailand
Mon-Fri 10:00 AM- 08:00 PM, Sat-Sun 10:00 AM-06:00 PM

Specials:

  • Accredited by Joint Commission International
  • Equipped with an in-house ISO 9001 certified dental lab
  • Exclusively negotiated discounts on tour and hotel bookings with its partners
CIDC, Chiang Mai
4.8 (34 Reviews)
11 Nimmanahaeminda Road, Tambon Su Thep, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
Mon - Fri 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM, Sat 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Specials:

  • Accredited with USA Joint Commission International (JCI) gold standard
  • Equipped with digitalized X-ray imaging, scanners, and oral impressions
  • Use strict sterilization standards and cater equally to both local and international dental patients

Best Dentists for Dentures in Thailand

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Dental Tourism in Thailand

Bangkok is a traveler’s paradise. This is because you save on your dental work & spend on enjoying a well-deserved vacation.

Some of the must-dos of the Thai capital are:

  • Firstly, visit the Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho
  • Also, the Grand Palace and the Wat Phra Kaew
  • The weekend Chatuchak market for some exciting shopping
  • Zip through the streets of Bangkok in a tuk-tuk (a three-wheeled motorized taxi)
  • Sip a nice cocktail at one of the several pulsating rooftop bars in the city

Conclusion

To summarize, getting dentures in Thailand gives you a unique combination of quality and affordability.

Moreover, it also helps you replenish your energies by enjoying its touristic offerings.

Frequently Asked Questions

full set of denture costs in Thailand starts at only $425 per jaw, whereas the same costs $2310 in Australia.

You can save up to 80% on getting dentures in Thailand.

On the other hand, partial dentures in Thailand are charged at only $110, allowing you savings of 90% compared to the US costs.

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