Veneers in Vietnam

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Dr.Bao Dental Clinic - Dental Implant Center

Dr.Bao Dental Clinic - Dental Implant Center, located in Hai Chau, Da Nang, Vietnam offers patients Veneers procedures among its total of 7 available procedures, across 1 different specialties. The cost of a Veneers procedure ranges from $250 to $300, whilst the national average price is approximately $197. There are many specialists available at the Clinic, with 4 in total, and they have multiple recognized accreditations, including: JCI AccreditedISO 9001:2008ISO Certification - International Organization for StandardizationTÜV Rheinland - Technischer Überwachungsverein RheinlandESQH - European Society for Quality in HealthcareISQua - The International Society for Quality in Health CareCHKS Healthcare AccreditationThe Leading Dental Centers of The WorldNobel Biocare Fellowship ProgramZimmer Biomet Dental Education ProgramEVF - European Venous ForumEFQM - European Foundation for Quality ManagementIDA - International Dental AcademyICA - International Chiropractors AssociationMCA - McTimoney Chiropractic AssociationUCA - United Chiropractic AssociationICS - International College of SurgeonsIACD - International Academy of Cosmetic DermatologyISDS - International Society for Dermatologic SurgeryEBOPRAS - European Board of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic SurgeryIAAFA - International Academy of Advanced Facial AestheticsWALT - World Association for Laser TherapyISHRS - International Society of Hair Restoration SurgeryAAHRS - Asian Association of Hair Restoration SurgeonsESCAD - European Society for Cosmetic and Aesthetic DermatologyWilliam Glasser Institute - Reality Therapy CertifiedEAC - European Association for CounsellingIFSO - International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic DisordersTÜV SÜD - Technischer Überwachungsverein SÜDTÜV NORD - Technischer Überwachungsverein NORDBIOMET 3i Education ProgramEURAPS - European Association of Plastic SurgeonsCenter of Excellence in Bariatric SurgeryIAOMS - International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial SurgeonsTreatment Abroad Code of PracticeIFFPSS - International Federation of Facial Plastic Surgery SocietiesFIGO - International Federation of Gynecology and ObstetricsIFED - International Federation of Esthetic DentistryEOS - European Orthodontic SocietyAOCMFIBMS - International Board of Medicine and SurgeryEAFPS - European Academy of Facial Plastic SurgeryESCD - European Society of Cosmetic DentistryESCRS - European Society of Cataract and Refractive SurgeonsNASS - North American Spine SocietyESHRE - European Society of Human Reproduction and EmbryologyMPS - Medical Protection SocietyEuropean Journal of OphthalmologyISRS - International Society of Refractive SurgeryJCRS - Journal of Cataract and Refractive SurgeryCornea SocietyJPGM - Journal of Postgraduate MedicineESPRAS - European Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic SurgeryOSAPS - Oriental Society of Aesthetic Plastic SurgeryRS - The Rhinoplasty SocietyFRANZCOG - Fellow of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and GynaecologistsIFOMPT - International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical TherapistsWFO - World Federation of OrthodontistsITI - International Team for ImplantologyICOI - International Congress of Oral ImplantologistsDentsply Friadent Implant ProgrammeIMTEC Sendax Mini Dental Implants SystemsIAO - International Association for OrthodonticsAAO - Asian Academy of OsseointegrationWAAAM - World Anti-Aging Academy of MedicineWOSIAM - World Society Interdisciplinary Anti-Aging MedicineESE - European Society of EndodontologyECAMS - European College of Aesthetic Medicine and SurgeryIABCLL - International Academy of Body Contouring and Laser LipolysisIAFGG - International Association of Facial Growth GuidanceIBCS - International Board of Cosmetic SurgeryIMDHA - International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy AssociationEAO - European Association for OsseointegrationISD - International Society of DermatologyIFAD - International Federation of Aesthetic DentistryIBHRS - International Board of Hair Restoration SpecialistsIAHRS - International Alliance of Hair Restoration SurgeonsEDA - European Dental AssociationIASP - International Association for the Study of PainADI - Academy of Dentistry InternationalEAPD - European Academy of Paediatric DentistryEACMD - European Academy of Craniomandibular DisordersESHRS - European Society of Hair Restoration SurgeryICD - International College of Dentists FellowshipUIME - International Union of Aesthetic MedicineAPACS - Asian Pacific Academy of Cosmetic SurgeryMcKenzie Institute InternationalITEC - International Therapy Examination CouncilICA - International Cranial AssociationI-ACT - International Association for Colon HydrotherapyCIBTAC - Confederation of International Beauty Therapy and CosmetologyIFPA - International Federation of Professional AromatherapistsISBI - International Society for Burn InjuriesThe Pankey InstitutePEFOTS - Pan European Federation of TCM SocietiesURHP - Unified Register of Herbal PractitionersAACD - Asian Academy of Craniomandibular DisordersIMSA - The International Medical Spa AssociationACHSI - The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards InternationalCIDESCO - Comité International d'Esthétique et de CosmétologieART - Active Release TechniquesICPA - International Chiropractic Pediatric AssociationCDA - Caribbean Dermatology AssociationAPAO - Asia Pacific Academy of OphthalmologyFICCDE - International College of Continuing Dental Education FellowshipGMC - General Medical CouncilISA - International Sleep AcademyISCG - International Society of CosmetogynecologyEPA - European Prosthodontic AssociationABSI - Advanced Body Sculpting InstituteEACMFS - European Association for Cranio-Maxillo-Facial SurgeryFILACP - Federación Ibero Latinoamericana de Cirugía PlásticaREDLARA - Rede Latino-americana de Reprodução AssistidaALMER - Asociación Latinoamericana de Medicina ReproductivaICP - International College of ProsthodontistsEFP - European Federation of PeriodontologyIADR - International Association for Dental ResearchIODPT - International Organization for Dental Phobia TreatmentAcademy of Operative DentistryThe Dawson AcademyAAP - Asian Academy of ProsthodonticsAsianAOMS - Asian Association of Oral and Maxillofacial SurgeonsISCD - International Society of Computerized Dentistry - Certified CEREC TrainerSAAD - Society for the Advancement of Anaesthesia in DentistryPFA - Pierre Fauchard AcademyYDW - Young Dentists WorldwideGMC - General Medical CouncilUCA - United Chiropractic AssociationMPS - Medical Protection SocietyGMC - General Medical CouncilUCA - United Chiropractic AssociationSAAD - Society for the Advancement of Anaesthesia in DentistryMPS - Medical Protection SocietySAAD - Society for the Advancement of Anaesthesia in Dentistry

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Worldwide Dental and Cosmetic Surgery Hospital
5.0

From 1 verified reviews

kim phung Le, 26 February 2020

I had porcelain teeth 1 month ago and feel very satisfied with the treatment results.Customer service is also very good.The doctors work very hard, the nurses are very gentle and take care of the patients.

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Dana Dental - Dentistry in Da Nang

Dana Dental - Dentistry in Da Nang, located in Hai Chau, Da Nang, Vietnam offers patients Veneers procedures among its total of 14 available procedures, across 1 different specialties. The cost of a Veneers procedure ranges from $240 to $322, whilst the national average price is approximately $197. There are many specialists available at the Dental, with 4 in total, and they are not accredited by any recognized accreditations institutes

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Platinum Dental Group
4.3

From 11 verified reviews

KENT HUYNH, 09 March 2020

Everyone that works here is amazing. Their work is impeccable and their service is first class. You will walk out this dental clinic with a huge smile on your face, not because they're great at what they do, but because they'll make you feel great for who you are. The only thing better than their fair and reasonable prices is their outstanding customer service. I will recommend this business to every single person I know.Thank you so much... Dr Anna Tran, Dr Thanh Nhan, Dr Duong Minh Tung, Dr Phuc Nguyen.

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Danang Dentist

Danang Dentist, located in Cam Le, Da Nang, Vietnam offers patients Veneers procedures among its total of 60 available procedures, across 2 different specialties. The cost of a Veneers procedure starts from $260, whilst the national average price is approximately $197. There is currently a lack of information available on the specialists practicing at the Dental, and they are not accredited by any recognized accreditations institutes

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Australian Dental Clinic
5.0

From 10 verified reviews

ziad sameh, 24 October 2020

I had my wisdom teeth been extracted in the Australian dental clinic with Dr. Van she's so professional. And all the staff are friendly and professional. Highly recommend it

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I-Dent Dental Implant Center
5.0

From 4 verified reviews

Tran Tran, 03 January 2020

I lost a tooth due to rock climbing and was skeptical about the implant; let along doing it here in Vietnam. Dr Tung and his teams are really helpful before and after the surgery. Dr Tung made the surgery painless. The staffs are very well trained. Thanks so much you guys!

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Thu Cuc International General Hospital
4.3

From 6 verified reviews

Wndy, 11 August 2020

I've been to several hospitals in Hanoi over the years, but visited Thu Cuc Hospital for the first time this month. You're given a translator as soon as you arrive and they help every step of the way, so it's really easy to communicate with the staff as well as understanding the recommendations and treatments prescribed. The hospital seems to be run quite efficiently, and everything was "western standard" clean. I saw both a Cuban doctor and a Vietnamese doctor; both did the appropriate exams and tests, and prescribed the recommended treatments (I'm a nurse and I actually do check this stuff before I blindly follow what I'm told by medical staff - something I've especially learned to do here in Vietnam). It seemed to be quite well-equipped, too. So, I'm impressed! Prices are less than in many of the private hospitals and I felt that I was treated very well. I'd definitely return to this hospital when the need for medical care arises again.

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Dr Bao Dental Clinic
5.0

From 5 verified reviews

JR InNam, 12 October 2020

I had two teeth pulled, 6 caps replaced, and a upper partial made. The place is very clean and modern. The staff are very friendly. I would highly recommend Dr. Bao for your dental needs while in DaNang. He speaks excellent English and is a very friendly. He spends the time on the fine details of your teeth.

Dr. Bao Dental Clinic

Dr. Bao Dental Clinic, located in Thanh Khe, Da Nang, Vietnam offers patients Veneers procedures among its total of 3 available procedures, across 1 different specialties. The cost of a Veneers procedure ranges from $40 to $240, whilst the national average price is approximately $197. There is currently a lack of information available on the specialists practicing at the Dental, and they are not accredited by any recognized accreditations institutes

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What you need to know about Veneers in Vietnam

Dental veneers are thin covers that are attached to the surface of teeth to enhance their appearance. The non-invasive dentral procedure is previously popular among those with damaged or discolored teeth. Nowadays, however, the procedure is seen as the ideal method of achieving the ‘perfect smile.' 

Veneers can be used to hide uneven, misaligned or simply imperfect teeth. The veneers are cemented over the existing teeth and fixed into place – there are two main types of veneer; Porcelain and Composite. Porcelain veneers are more expensive and appear more natural, being made in a laboratory so require multiple visits. There is often the need to alter the existing teeth, removing some of the mass. Composite veneers are made of the same materials used for cavity fillings. They can usually be made quickly, and are sculpted directly on the teeth instead of in a laboratory. Thus allowing the procedure to be done in a day.

What does a Veneers Procedure Involve?

Veneers are used primarily for aesthetics. This type of treatment procedure is perfect for people who have gaps in their teeth, stains, as well as people who may have chipped a tooth. Veneers are custom-made shells designed to fit the shape of your teeth and to be attached to your front teeth to improve the size, shape, color, and length.

Two main types of veneers are:

  1. Composite Veneer - this type can be created by your dentist on the same day and directly applied to your teeth. You will only need a single appointment to complete the procedure. 
  2. Porcelain Veneer - this type is manufactured in a laboratory. Opting for a porcelain veneer will require you to have two appointments. First, is to prepare your teeth (enamel removal) and mold a model of your teeth to be created in the lab. The second is to finally cement your veneers onto your teeth.

The most commonly used type of Veneer is the Porcelain Veneer as it appears more natural and can resist stains better than composite veneers. Besides the two main types of veneers, some dentists may also offer no-prep veneers. These may include specific brands of procelain veneers like Vivaneers and Lumineers. They are less invasive to apply since the layers of tooth under the enamel aren't removed. 

In terms of anesthetics, local anesthesia is not usually required while undergoing the whole procedure. However, depending on how you handle pain and discomfort, you may request to receive local anesthesia or sedation.

Aside from giving you a pleasing smile, veneers are resistant to staining and offer the best fix to broken or damaged teeth.

MyMediTravel currently lists 15 facilities in Vietnam offering Veneers procedures - see above for the complete list, along with estimated prices. The price of Veneers is usually standardized, based on the type, brand and amount a patient wants, but a pre-assessment by the specialist will confirm the price prior to traveling - photos and possibly x-rays will be required. For a personalized quote Click Here to submit your details

How Long Should I Stay in Vietnam for a Veneers Procedure?

This type of procedure is an outpatient treatment, meaning you may be able to go home after undergoing the procedure. However, you will be required to do a follow-up check-up with your dentist to assess the placement of your veneers and in most cases, the procedure has to be carried out over 2 separate occasions, just a day or two apart. Since this is a non-invasive treatment, stitches are not required, but you will be required to stay in Vietnam for at least a few days.

What's the Recovery Time for Veneers Procedures in Vietnam?

There is actually no recovery time after the placement of your veneers. You can also return back to your daily routines including exercise immediately after your trip. As for the enamel removal, you may experience some mild discomfort for about a week. It is best that you avoid very hot or cold foods, including hard, chewy or crunchy food. When your sensitivity wears off, you can return to your normal dietary habits.

What sort of Aftercare is Required for Veneers Procedures in Vietnam?

Once your dental veneers have been placed and you have completed the whole procedure, you should commit yourself to good oral hygiene, regular visits to your dentist and a good healthy lifestyle. Dental Veneers can last beyond 10 years now, however, just like your natural teeth, veneers are also still susceptible to damage. This is why aftercare is very important to help with the longevity of your new teeth.

What's the Success Rate of Veneers Procedures in Vietnam?

Over the past years, many studies have reported that over 91% of people who have had dental veneers experienced highly positive results. However, potential risks and side effects after undergoing this procedure are a possibility. Just like any other dental restoration, dental veneers can have some side-effects, for example:

  • Tooth sensitivity - since this procedure will require the removal of some enamel, your teeth will become slightly sensitive, following the placement of your veneers.
  • Response from gum tissues - your gum tissue might take some time to adjust to your newly placed veneers. Expect to have some minor inflammation and/or discomfort in your gums.
  • Risk of trauma - once your teeth’s enamel is removed, it will become more sensitive, thus it will be even possible for the pulp within your teeth to die.
  • Possible Issues with placement - it's possible for your teeth to have issues with decay or chipping along the outer portion of your veneers. Gum irritation may also be possible. Other problems may include rough-edged veneers and overhanging veneers.
  • Overall Discomfort - experiencing some discomfort after the procedure is to be expected. If you are particularly sensitive, it is advisable that you take an over the counter medication to help you relax and treat your pain. 

Are there Alternatives to Veneers Procedures in Vietnam?

You also have to be aware that this type of treatment option is not for everyone. If you are not a good candidate to undergo the procedure, note that there are still possible alternatives that will be suited for you. These alternatives may include:

Orthodontics - if you have severely crooked teeth or malocclusion, dental veneers are not for you. You may want to consider a more comprehensive orthodontic procedure to treat your case.

Dental crowns - these are quite similar to dental veneers. These are also custom-made to match the shape of your teeth. However, unlike veneers, a crown extends all the way around your tooth, meaning your dentist will remove a large portion of your dental structure. These crowns are perfect for patients who have considerable damage that affects the strength and structure of their teeth.

Bonding - often called composite veneers. This is typically for patients with an insufficient amount of tooth enamel.

Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers. This content was last updated on 31/03/2022.

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