All on 4 in Hanoi

The Ultimate Guide to All on 4 in Hanoi

Last fact-checked: 4 February 2021

Restore an entire arch of teeth with the All-on-4® treatment concept in Vietnam's northern city of Hanoi, improving your smile (without the need for dentures) while getting to know this spectacular part of the world.

Our partner clinics in Hanoi work with specialists in this full-mouth restoration technique, which is provided by Nobel Biocare®

Why Visit Hanoi, Vietnam for Dental Work?

Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam and the second-largest city, presents a fascinating blend of East and West. This is evident in the colonial architecture and modern developments in the city. Shady boulevards, parks, and lakes are perfect for you while you’re undergoing treatment.

Many online travel sites list this as one of the world’s most affordable international destinations, so everything from accommodation to eating out will be very affordable. Various accommodation is available ranging from guesthouses, budget hotels, mid-range hotels to top-notch hotels.

Other fun activities including:

  • Explore the city by taxi, motorbike, or pedicab.
  • Visit popular museums that include Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum and Ho Chi Minh Museum, which show memories. of French and Chinese occupation.
  • Unwind while roaming around the park and lakes like the Hoan Kiem Lake and Ly Thai To Statue and Park.
  • Attend a cooking class.
  • Taste some delicious Vietnamese cuisine.
  • Take a day trip (or overnight) to the incredible Ha Long Bay.

What Is the All-on-4® Treatment Concept?

The All-on-4® treatment concept involves an entire arch of teeth being replaced with a fixed bridge that is attached to just four dental implants per jaw.

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root placed in the jawbone that holds a crown or bridge.

While the surgery (extractions, implants and placement of a temporary loading denture) can be carried out in one session, the entire treatment requires extensive planning, tests and evaluations, which are carried out by your dentist in Vietnam. 

The All-on-4® treatment concept is an option for those who lost their teeth due to gum problems, injury, and other reasons.

What Is the Process Involved in the Treatment?

Before you travel to Hanoi, you can obtain a preliminary assessment and price quote from your chosen dentist through Dental Departures by sending through up-to-date scans and digital x-rays.

Once it is determined the treatment is right for you, you'll meet with the dentist for one or more pre-surgery appointments. After a consultation to ensure healthy bone structure and absence of infection, patients are able to undergo surgery for the All-on-4® treatment concept, which is carried out under local anaesthetic with conscious sedation (IV).

Any remaining teeth are first extracted, making way for the implants to be surgically placed. Once the implants are in place, the dentist attaches your new temporary arch of teeth in the form of an immediate loading denture, which is then trimmed down to form a fixed bridge. 

Note: After surgery, the implants will take around three to four months to fuse with the jawbone (osseointegration), while the gums and fixed prosthesis should also be protected. Thus, patients are advised to follow a diet of semi-solid/soft food during this time. 

After around six months, you will return to the clinic and the temporary teeth will be changed for your new permanent ones.

Practice proper oral hygiene by brushing, flossing and rinsing with mouthwash - just as you would with your own teeth - and your implants should last a lifetime.

Your dentist will give your further instructions on how to maintain your implants. With proper care, the new permanent fixed bridge will last for many years.

What Are the Benefits of this Implant-Based Restoration?

  • The procedure is carried out in one session, with your new teeth fitted on the same day of your procedure.
  • The dental implants provide a complete arch of permanent, stable teeth.
  • There is surprisingly little downtime following the surgery (although vigorous activity should be avoided following surgery)
  • Patients with bone loss in the jaw may still be suitable.
  • It can be less expensive than replacing teeth one-by-one with traditional implants.
  • There is evidence that dental implants are beneficial to patients with bone loss because they stimulate the jaw bone in the same way as a normal tooth root would.

How Much Is the Cost of this Treatment in Hanoi, Vietnam?

Prices in Hanoi for the All-on-4® treatment concept start at AUD $12,916 (NZD $13,990; USD $9650; CAD $12,398; UK £7,946; Euros 8,820) compared to AUD $34,000 (NZD $36,000; USD $26,000; CAD $34,000; UK £21,000; Euros 23,000). 

This represents a saving of between 60% and 70% compared to average prices in countries like the US, the UK, Australia and New Zealand. 

[Please note that these are estimated prices at the time of writing. See our individual clinic listings for latest prices.]

What Can You Say About the Quality of Care in Vietnam?

Clinics in Vietnam cater to the needs of local and international patients and the staff and dentists assist patients with their treatment as well as travel-related activities. Dentists in Vietnam are highly-skilled and affiliated with relevant professional organizations, like the International Congress of Implantologists (ICOI).

At Dental Departures we verify and pre-check our clinics and dentists before we list them on our site. You can see qualifications, professional memberships, clinic photos and real patient reviews on our site, enabling you to make a choice with all the information you require at your fingertips.

What's Next?

Take a look through our verified dentists in Vietnam, compare prices and get exclusive discounts. 

See below for how to book an appointment, or contact our Customer Care Team if you need any further information about the All-on-4® treatment concept in Hanoi.


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