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Best Dental Clinics in Bangkok (Endodontists and Crowns)


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Hello!

Wondering if anybody knows of many good Dental Clinics in Bangkok that provide very good quality services specialising in Endodontics (Root Canal Therapy) and Crowns.

If anybody has had good experience with any Dental Clinics with a good reputation for quality and service for Root Canal and Crowns please let me know.

Also it's important that the Dental Clinics employ Dentist with International Qualifications if possible so if anybody has had experience with Dentists with these Qualifications please let me know.

Thank you

Catherine

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I have lived here for decades and I have used all manner of dentists. From the very expensive clinics that service wealthy Thais and expats to the one-chair shops you see in every neighbourhood. I k

You probably shouldn't get hung up on the need for international qualifications of Thai dentists. The dental schools here are excellent and there are literally thousands of very very good dentists in

This must be the oral dental centre? I have been there a few times they are very good and do not do work that is not needed, unlike some. Now I go to Mahinol Uni near Victory monument as it's a bit ch

You probably shouldn't get hung up on the need for international qualifications of Thai dentists. The dental schools here are excellent and there are literally thousands of very very good dentists in Thailand. All the hospitals have dental departments, Bumrungrad is probably the most expensive but is likely to be the one to leave you feeling most comfortable, if you can find a smaller clinic you'll get equally good treatment at a third of the price.

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Hi Moonsugar, there are many dental clinics and even dental hospitals in Thailand. This dental tourism provider has their own list of qualified dentist in Bangkok ( http://www.placidway.com/search-page/2/Thailand,Dentistry,/search.html ) which you can try and choose from. One of the best way to choose a good dentists is to use a reputable, international medical tourism consultancy. As we most of us know, dental care in Thailand is better than most dental clinics in the Western countries.

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Hi

Thank you for your replies!

There's another question I need to ask?

Do you know of any dentists at any of the clinics that have a good reputation for really good and humble service and have very high professional qualifications?

Need to find a dentist that has a good history of dental experience, quality of care to patients and has international qualifications as well as local qualifications from the universities in Bangkok?

If anyone knows of any dentists that meet the description please give a name and clinic.

Thanks

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I feel like people sugar coat this subject here. I could go into my theories why, but I wont. In short, if a good solid dentist in the US is say a 10 for example, I would call the average dentist here about a 6 or 7. If you have to get your teeth cleaned it may move up to 9 or 10, but for anything serious, forget it, the quality is going to be way lower.

People who think the docs here are good must not be living here. Have you been to the schools? Seen the way they train people? Seen the way they do things in general? This is not top notch care people. Places like Bumrungrad can put a nice cherry on the top and make things look good, but it is really just very expensive lipstick put onto a pretty darned ugly pig.

Having said all that, if you must go here I recommend asavanant.

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I feel like people sugar coat this subject here. I could go into my theories why, but I wont. In short, if a good solid dentist in the US is say a 10 for example, I would call the average dentist here about a 6 or 7. If you have to get your teeth cleaned it may move up to 9 or 10, but for anything serious, forget it, the quality is going to be way lower.

People who think the docs here are good must not be living here. Have you been to the schools? Seen the way they train people? Seen the way they do things in general? This is not top notch care people. Places like Bumrungrad can put a nice cherry on the top and make things look good, but it is really just very expensive lipstick put onto a pretty darned ugly pig.

Having said all that, if you must go here I recommend asavanant.

Rubbish, I've lived here full time for ten years and I've seen ample evidence of real professionalism and expertise in the dental profession that I've not seen in other countries and I've spent many years living in the US, the UK and Asia. Bumrungrad, well, that's another story.

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I feel like people sugar coat this subject here. I could go into my theories why, but I wont. In short, if a good solid dentist in the US is say a 10 for example, I would call the average dentist here about a 6 or 7. If you have to get your teeth cleaned it may move up to 9 or 10, but for anything serious, forget it, the quality is going to be way lower.

People who think the docs here are good must not be living here. Have you been to the schools? Seen the way they train people? Seen the way they do things in general? This is not top notch care people. Places like Bumrungrad can put a nice cherry on the top and make things look good, but it is really just very expensive lipstick put onto a pretty darned ugly pig.

Having said all that, if you must go here I recommend asavanant.

Rubbish, I've lived here full time for ten years and I've seen ample evidence of real professionalism and expertise in the dental profession that I've not seen in other countries and I've spent many years living in the US, the UK and Asia. Bumrungrad, well, that's another story.

NONSENSE, and the last time you chimed in on dental work in the health forum, you had to admit you was wrong. I think you was giving your advice / opinion on crowns. Your previous info. was wrong, and you know it

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The fact that I didn't know a person could have a crown fitted without first having a root canal done is about a million miles away from the subject of whether there are quality dentists in Thailand or not - there are, end of. But since you seem to be keeping track of how many times I am right or wrong on a given subject, best you pay attention to the detail from here on out, Mr Munger!

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I followed the advice of the best ThaiVisa moderator, Sheryl, and went to Dental Hospital in Suk 49, near Samitivej Hospital. It is 15 minutes walk from BTS or a short motorbike ride, but pleasant, painless and professional. Most patients are farang and costs are high by Thai standards, though.

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