Getting Dental Work Done In Thailand – Cost Breakdown




I had to get a root-canal done on a back molar in Bangkok.
This is the cost breakdown and my experience with BIDC.

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49 Replies to “Getting Dental Work Done In Thailand – Cost Breakdown”

  1. Jesse Camacho

    saludos from the enchanted island of pto. rco. as a dental tech. of many years i feel that you are not correct with the price, not in mars a root canal can cost that kind of money, it's outrage you have been taken. you should have come to usa perhaps to one of the most beautiful island in the world. 🇵🇷🏝🏖🎸🎷🎶🎵🎼🤣😫😁🎆🎹🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷… IT's call borinquen… small in territory but, big in it's honors. for your next root canal think 🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷🎹🎼🎹🎵🎶🎷🎸🏖🏝🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷… small but bigger!!!!!!🤣🤣🤣🦘🦘🦘🦘

  2. TwentyPastFour

    I was hoping to find a video like this and found your right away, was exactly what i was looking for too

    I am having my root canal done this week and next fortnight, i'll sort the crown and a few filling in bangkok i think, saves me throwing money at the dentists for extra christmas presents and I'll spend the money on my own holiday

  3. Twitting On Trender

    I briefly flirted with the idea of going abroad for treatment some years ago. I fell at the first hurdle when the dentist (in Turkey, as it happens) asked for records, x-rays etc, and my UK dentist refused to hand them over. What's the position with that?

  4. john james

    Its not moving around
    Its no sky bar
    Its no party
    Its no 4 starhotels
    Its no nice restuarants
    Do not listen if you do a month over here flights spendimg amd being careful with moneyyou need 3000£ whole month

  5. Shanti Naturechild

    Thanks for the video! I was looking for a holistic dentist as I had to have the dive root canals removed as they were all infected. Please research the possible effects of root canals on your health! Not to scare you but from MS to cancer all is possible! It doesn't mean it has to happen to you but research and maybe put money aside for a safer option. I will keep searching for a holistic dentist now…

  6. Namdor

    Thing is you got to eat when you are home, so you need to subtract $3 to $4.00 a day and living cost, like fuel, power you would have spent at home that you didn't spend there …So around $2400…

  7. Jobsmiles

    Perlin's Adventure Blog : I'm Thai I got an idea..Let's do business healthcares across the globe by using applications which its clients are the ones who would like to reduce their expenses and get good outcomes and service and a nice trip altogether. it's good idea ?

  8. Hunter

    l didnt plan on visiting a dentist in pattaya but wisdom tooth had to be taken out an it was my first experience at the dentist ( in my life ).
    l jumped on the net checked out what had the most reviews and ended up going with 2nd best one as first one was booked out for weeks.

    wisdom tooth pulled out with 3 small fillings, 2 injections to numb the gum , scale and clean. $200 Aussie from memory it was on soi 5 it was a short walk from central shops.
    2016 l had this done no dramas as l was very nervous being first time visit, place was extremely clean an modern with machines. Everyone spoke english

  9. mjonler88

    $10 on food is very very little. To maintain that budget you will need to eat street food all the time, non stop. No budget for any western food or other Asian foods at restaurants in which prices are comparable in Thailand to back on western countries. As taller western person I need a lot more food and therfore $25 to $30 a day I would suggest as a minimum.

  10. Jay Cross

    Very helpful. I am actually going to BK to have dental work done in December so this was a timely tip. My only suggestion would be to also state costs in Thai Baht so that all viewers can easily make currency conversions into their home country currency.

  11. DJ Zin

    Hey thanks for the video. I'm going to Thailand Jan 14th and i'm researching good dental places to visit, I unfortunately will probably need an implant or bridge. How did payment work with them? Did you pay with credit card, cash, check?

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