Manila Dentists


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Manila is both the capital of the Philippines and the top destination to find a dentist in the Philippines.  Manila dentists operate in all corners of this vast metropolis from small offices to large mutli-level dental offices.  Manila dentists are expanding their reputation with dental patients from around the globe by continuing to deliver quality dental care.  

Manila dentists perform all standard dental procedures: implants, crowns, veneers, root canals, extractions, dentures, teeth whitening, braces, fillings & bridges.

Visitors to the Manila experience a superb level of dental care which is comparable to and in some cases better than what they would experience at home.  Travelers to Manila can generally save up to 70% on their dental care vs. similar treatment in Australia, United States, Canada or the UK.

Manila dentists are regulated & registered with the Philippine Professional Regulation Commission and are members of the Phillipine Dental Association

Manila dentists give dental patients the ability to receive world class dental care at a discount.  With the savings from visiting a dentist in Manila you can afford to spend time on a beautiful beach in a remote part of the Philippines!

Manila Visa Requirements

Foreign Visas
Almost all western nations are able to receive an instant & free 21 day tourist visa upon arriving in the Philippines.  

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Manila Transportation
Manila is a true metropolis and is one city within the sprawl of Metro Manila.

Taxis are plentiful and a more expensive form of transportation in Manila.  The same rules apply in the Manila as other countries in Asia Pacific:  make sure you use a metered taxi, know where your destination is located.

Buses can get you anywhere you want to get to in Manila.  Manila buses weave themselves across the city and offer an inexpensive transportation option.

Are in essence motorcycles with side cars attached.  They are readily available in Manila and are the least expensive method of transportation.

Probably the most popular form of transporation in Manila.  Jeepneys were modified by jeeps left over by the Second World War and are distinctively a Philippine tradition (some would say an icon).  Flag down a Jeepney just like you would a taxi.

The Manila Light Rail System is an excellent way to beat the crowded and polluted streets of Manila. Quick and inexpensive to ride you can move around the city quickly using the yellow, purple or blue lines

The Pasig River acts as another highway around the city.  You can pick up the boat at various stops in Manila, Pasig City & Makati

The Pedicab is a three wheeled bicycle with a covered rear seat for customers. Like a bicycle rickshaw, this form of transportation is powered by human pedal power. Pedicabs are particularly welcomed on a hot day when the jeepney drops you blocks from your destination. Along with the jeepney and the motorcycle cab the open air of the the pedicab provides pleasant relief from the heat.  The least expensive form of transportation in the islands, pedicab fares range from 3 peso to 5 pesos.

Manila Communication

Public phones are still plentiful but like everywhere they are slowly growing harder to find as people adopt cell phones.  The preferred methods to communicate with home are:  
  1. buy a prepaid SIM card an insert into your cell phone for cheap domestic and international calls
  2. use the internet to call home via Skype or Google Chat
Internet access
Manila has plentiful options to access the internet through your hotel, dental offices or cyber cafes.  You will not need to go far to find free wifi access or paid internet service in the Manila.

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Rossarin Phinyowan

My passion is travel and researching my next destination. I am a medical/travel writer and currently write content for 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