All-on-Six Dental Clinics in Thailand

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What Is the All-on-Six Procedure?

The All-on-Six procedure was pioneered by Dr Paulo Malo in Portugal. The system uses six dental implants inserted into the jaw so that a full arch of teeth can be attached. The benefits of the system over dentures is that the implants are fixed permanently and provide a stable platform for the teeth. That means no slipping, wobbling or accidental falling-out. Plus, no more messy adhesives.

The whole procedure can be completed in a day, hence the reason it’s sometimes known as ‘teeth in a day’. Unlike traditional implants, the procedure may be suitable for patients with bone loss in the jaw because the rear implants are longer and placed at a 45-degree rather than 90-degree angle to provide more stability. You can even have extractions at the same time so the whole procedure really will give you a new set of teeth in one day.

The All-on-Six cost in Thailand is still not cheap, although as you can see below, this specialist procedure is considerably more affordable than at home.

Price of All-on-Six in Thailand

 

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All-on-6 Price – Home

37,000

40,000

21,000

26,000

28,000

37,000

All-on-6 Price – Thailand

14,000

15,000

8,000

10,000

11,000

15,000

 

Is the Procedure Reliable in Thailand?

Dental tourism is one of Thailand’s greatest success stories. The country became a pioneer of modern-day medical tourism in the 1990s and now there are world-class facilities throughout the country offering all types of dental care. From cheap fillings to teeth whitening and more expensive All-on-Six dental implants - it’s all here.

The All-on-Six is a specialist procedure and so it is not offered at all dental clinics. Dental Departures has found the ones that do, while also verifying the qualifications and expertise of the dentists and other professional staff. You can also find details on our listings of dentist qualifications and professional memberships, like the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) .

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Recommended Clinics in Thailand for All-on-Six

Bangkok International Dental Center Main Headquarters

One of the largest dental centers in Bangkok, the Bangkok International Dental Center (BIDC) is a principal referral destination for dental implants in the city. They offer state-of-art dentistry services to local and international patients and are staffed with more than 70 dentists and specialists, all of whom are board-certified in dental subspecialties. This dental center is the first dental clinic in Thailand to receive the Prime Minister's Export Award Best Service Provider for Hospital/Clinics and is also JCI-accredited.

Bangkok Smile Malo Clinic

The Bangkok Smile Malo Dental Clinic belongs to the Malo Dental Group, who pioneered the All-on-Six technique. Bangkok Smile patients can benefit from their International Patient Guarantee Program, meaning any follow-up treatments or check-ups can be performed at any Malo Clinic in the world, the world’s largest global network of dental clinics.

Sea Smile Dental Clinic

Bangkok may be No.1 in Thailand for dental and medical tourism, but the southern island of Phuket has more than its fair share of quality clinics (not to mention those famous beaches…) One name to look out for is the Sea Smile, which is also part of the Malo Group.

The Bottom Line

All-on-Six dental clinics in Thailand can save you thousands on the cost of the procedure compared to clinics at home. Find out more by speaking to our Customer Care Team who will be happy to help you find the best clinic for your procedure.

David De Los Santos

David De Los Santos has a master's degree in Psychology in Organizational Development and is currently writing for both Dental and Medical Departures.
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This article is meant for information purposes only and is not intended to be dental advice or instructions for dental diagnosis or treatment. Please consult with your dentist or a qualified dental professional before starting or changing dental treatment