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Medical, Cosmetic, and Dental Work in Thailand

  • yippie65

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    Posts: 27

    Some excellent medical and dental deals now being offered by the TAT for a few months, through the end of October this year.

    A lot of cosmetic surgery specials, and also some excellent spa and hotel deals.

    Thought some of you might like to know.

    Well worth a look at: www.FindYourFabulousThailand.com

    #1 Posted: 4/8/2013 - 04:21

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  • slightlychi-
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    3rd February, 2013
    Posts: 8

    We are all too perfect to need any of that wink.gif

    #2 Posted: 4/8/2013 - 05:22

  • captainbkk

    Joined Travelfish
    16th February, 2012
    Posts: 428

    For good notice;
    The TAT does NOT offer ANYthing in medicals. They only advertise/run some advertising about the wonders of having medical or other style treatments in TH-ALL done by private hospitals, doctors. etc.Plus that I really wonder why yippie even takes the time to post this on what is about the last young kids bekpek-forum for travel to SEA.

    #3 Posted: 4/8/2013 - 05:24

  • LeonardCohe-
    n1

    Joined Travelfish
    24th July, 2012
    Posts: 2148
    Total reviews: 11

    Dentists are cheap 12 mths of the year in Thailand. Only costs 600-800 baht for a filling.

    No need to book anything thru scam websites. Just turn up.

    #4 Posted: 4/8/2013 - 10:51

  • Blackartemis

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    16th July, 2011
    Posts: 36

    Agree with LeonardCohen1, read a local forum like Thaivisa for reviews on doctors, clinics etc, and get the work done. Dental is ungodly cheap here and many of the dentists and doctors are trained in countries like the US, England, Germany, Australia, etc.

    My professor from the US runs a study abroad program here and one year when to the dental hospital, yes a full hospital dedicated to dentistry, and had gum grafting done. The money saved was enough to cover his and his wife's round trip tickets.

    The only thing that is not cheap is quality dental implants as they have to be imported, the same would be for other implants such as artificial knees.

    #5 Posted: 4/8/2013 - 20:28

  • Captain_Bob

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    27th May, 2006
    Location Thailand
    Posts: 1613

    Fillings (and cleanings) cost 500b at most Chiang Mai dental clinics. No need to look for some special promo deal. TAT is a complete waste of time.

    #6 Posted: 5/8/2013 - 00:14

  • sayadian

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    15th January, 2008
    Posts: 1557

    I know the title refers to Thailand but I can also reccommend dental work in Cambodia. $8 for a broken amalgam filling to be replaced with a nice white cosmetic one. It's still there after two years. Bridge work including root canal work for four teeth $500. A lot of the dentists are trained in France.

    #7 Posted: 5/8/2013 - 09:01

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