Porcelain Veneers in Thailand

Quick Overview

Porcelain veneers are thin shells of medical-grade ceramic that are attached to the front surfaces of teeth for an immediate smile transformation. They are an excellent solution for individuals with stained, chipped, or misaligned teeth. Known for its world-class dental clinics and cost-effectiveness, Thailand has become a go-to destination for individuals seeking to enhance their smiles with porcelain veneers.

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$250 - $500 per tooth

United States

$1,000 - $2,000 per tooth


$1,200 - $2,500 per tooth


$300 - $600 per tooth

Please note that the prices provided are estimations and may vary based on various factors. Additionally, these prices do not include flights or accommodation.

All prices are in USD.

Understanding Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are custom-made to fit your teeth and match your natural tooth color, providing a realistic and long-lasting solution to various dental imperfections. They can correct the color, shape, and alignment of your teeth, offering an attractive alternative to more extensive and invasive dental procedures. It's important to remember that the process is irreversible and requires a commitment to maintaining good oral hygiene and regular dental visits.

Preparing for Porcelain Veneers

Before the procedure, a dentist will conduct a thorough examination of your oral health to ensure you are a suitable candidate for porcelain veneers. You may be required to undergo teeth cleaning or treatment for oral health problems like gum disease. It's also crucial to have a detailed discussion with your dentist about your aesthetic goals and expectations.

In terms of selecting a dental clinic in Thailand for your procedure, it's important to choose a reputable clinic with experienced dentists who specialize in cosmetic dentistry. Thailand boasts numerous such clinics that adhere to international standards of quality and hygiene.

The Porcelain Veneer Procedure

The process of getting porcelain veneers typically involves three visits to the dentist. During the first visit, the dentist will discuss your needs and treatment expectations. The second visit involves preparation of the teeth, which includes removal of a small amount of tooth enamel to accommodate the veneer, and taking an impression of your teeth to fabricate the veneers. The final visit involves bonding the veneers to your teeth after necessary adjustments to their fit and color.

Recovery from Porcelain Veneer Procedure

After the procedure, there may be some initial sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures, but this usually subsides within a few days. You can resume normal activities immediately after the procedure. However, it's important to follow a good oral hygiene routine and avoid habits that can damage the veneers, like biting hard objects or using your teeth to open packages.

Typically, patients choosing to have their porcelain veneers in Thailand will need to stay for approximately one to two weeks. This allows for all necessary adjustments and ensures the veneers are correctly fitted before you return home.

The Costs of Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers cost in Thailand can significantly vary, but it is generally more affordable compared to Western countries. You can expect to pay around $250 to $500 per tooth. However, these costs do not include travel and accommodation expenses, and they can vary depending on the specific circumstances of your procedure.


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Best Hospitals for Porcelain Veneers in Thailand

Bumrungrad International Hospital
Bumrungrad International Hospital

Bumrungrad was founded in 1980 and is Southeast Asia's largest private hospital. It is one of the world's most popular medical tourism destinations, treating over 1.1 million patients annually of which many are overseas patients. Bumrungrad was the first hospital in Asia to receive JCI accreditation and has since received awards from numerous other agencies for its medical services.

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MedPark Hospital
MedPark Hospital

MedPark Hospital is a state-of-the-art healthcare facility that opened in 2020. With a spacious 90,000 square meter building and over 30 departments, the hospital is equipped to handle a wide range of patient needs. It has 550 beds for inpatients and 300 examination rooms, all outfitted with advanced medical equipment to provide the highest quality of care.

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Common Questions

How much do porcelain veneers cost in Thailand?

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The cost of porcelain veneers in Thailand typically ranges from $250 to $500 per tooth.

How long is the recovery after getting porcelain veneers?

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The recovery from porcelain veneers is relatively quick. You can typically resume normal activities immediately after the procedure.

How long do I need to stay in Thailand after getting porcelain veneers?

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It's recommended to plan for a stay of approximately one to two weeks after getting porcelain veneers in Thailand. This allows for all necessary adjustments and ensures the veneers are correctly fitted before you return home.

Is it safe to do Porcelain Veneers in Thailand?

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Thailand has some of the best hospitals and medical facilities in the world, with highly skilled doctors and state-of-the-art technology. These facilities are accredited by international organizations, such as the Joint Commission International, ensuring that they meet global healthcare standards. Moreover, Thailand has a reputation for providing high-quality medical treatments at a much lower cost compared to many developed countries.

Of course, every medical procedure has some inherent risks, regardless of the country where it is performed. However, you can be confident that the medical facilities in Thailand are well-equipped to handle any complications that may arise during or after the procedure.

Konkai only works with accredited facilities to ensure that our clients receive safe, effective, and reliable medical care. We have done extensive research and vetting to ensure that the hospitals and clinics we work with provide the highest quality of care and meet the same standards as medical facilities in developed countries. We prioritize your well-being and only recommend medical facilities that we would trust to provide care to our own loved ones. So rest assured, when you choose Konkai for your medical tourism needs in Thailand, you can expect the best in terms of both quality and safety.

Does my insurance cover Porcelain Veneers in Thailand?

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Whether medical insurance covers Porcelain Veneers in Thailand or not depends on the individual policy. Some policies cover the procedure, while others may not. It's important to check with your insurance provider to find out if Porcelain Veneers is covered and if there are any restrictions or limitations on coverage for medical procedures performed outside of your home country.

Some policies may require pre-authorization or pre-approval for medical procedures performed outside of your home country. If Porcelain Veneers is not covered under your policy, you may want to consider other financing options such as medical tourism financing companies or personal loans.

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