What's the best dentist in Bangkok?

#1

Hello folks :smile:

I’ll be visiting Thailand for the month of May after a yearlong stay in France. I’ve heard that getting dental work is super affordable in Thailand and I was hoping to get a cleaning + checkup before returning home to Canada in June.

Anyone have any experience with this? I’d love to get your thoughts/experience.

Thanks,
Ryan

#2

My partner had a good experience at Phaya Thai 2 hospital.

#3

Bumrungrad Hospital is as good as it gets in Thailand. It’s near the Nana skytrain station and they definitely do dentistry.

#4

I’ve done tooth removal at PRATUNAM BRANCH of http://www.thantakit.com/location-maps/ and have a good experience.

#5

What about for more complex surgery such as Wisdom teeth removal? Close to nerves so needs to be quality professionals, certainly not a ‘just rip her out’ procedure.

#6

The point was indeed to remove wisdom tooth.

#7

Yes it’s super affordable but be very wary in selecting a dental place. Try checking out Thantakit International. Had my cleanings, a couple of fillings and a wisdom tooth extraction with them back in 2013. I was overall satisfied. They cater to expats and most of their dentists studied abroad so I believe their practices are at par with that of the western standards. Communication was pleasant. One of the few places that won’t rip you off.

#9

I’ve had great luck with Thong Lor Dental Hospital over the years.

Very clean, modern facilities and equipment, friendly staff and great prices.

http://www.thonglordentalhospital.com/

#11

I remember years ago, when I was noob traveling/ living in Thailand, and I booked a hotel room at a hotel with “Mansion” in their name.

Little did I know and later I learned, “Mansion” seems to be synonymous with rundown hotels.


While I have no idea if “Thonglor Dental Hospital” qualifies as a hospital, I can vouch for the fact that they are professional, many of the dentists are western accredited, and they’re more than qualified for a cleaning and checkup.

They also won’t try and “discover” things to charge you for and upsell.

#12

Was just in Bangkok and got a cleaning at Bangkok International Dentist Center. It is a 9 story state of the art facility just for dentistry and is the only JCI accreditation one in Asia. Cleaning cost me $40 including x-rays. Highly recommend this place. Top notch.

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#13

I did cleaning at http://www.bangkoksmiledental.com/ in Jan. 600 THB. Cleaning was good, but I wouldn’t trust them with complex issues. For that BIDC may be a good choice.