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Tooth Extraction in Thailand

Details of dental clinics and medical centers in Thailand performing Tooth Extraction.

Cost of Tooth Extraction in Thailand

Procedure Minimum price Maximum price

Tooth Extraction

$US 30

$US 450

Hospitals and clinics offering Tooth Extraction in Thailand

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Bangkok Hospital Pattaya

This multi-specialty tertiary hospital offers various medical services as well as dental procedures to local and overseas patients. It serves over 100,000 international patients every year.

41 listed dentists:

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Dr. Saracha Chersumran

General Dentist

Dr. Jintana Jiratitiampaiwong

Endodontics (Root Canal)

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Excision, complicated

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Excision, simple

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Tooth Extraction

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Yanhee Hospital

Yanhee International Hospital is a modern international hospital with 400 beds capacity and equipped with facilities to serve inpatients and outpatients for medical, cosmetic and aesthetic procedures.

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Tooth Extraction

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BNH Hospital

The Dental Center at BNH Hospital has over 40 dentists and dental surgeons on staff, covering all dental specialties. All dentists at BNH speak English, and many received some or all of their training in USA or Europe.

36 listed dentists:

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Dental Extraction

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Chaophya Hospital

The Chaophya Hospital is a JCI accredited, tertiary private hospital in Bangkok, Thailand, which has been in operation since 1991. It has an international department which offers a comprehensive range of supporting services to foreign patients.

4 listed dentists:

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Dental Extraction (Difficult)

42 - 56 US$

Dental Extraction (Normal)

28 - 42 US$

Impacted tooth

170 US$

Ramkhamhaeng Hospital

Ramkhamhaeng has the resources, experience and expertise to provide international quality health care at very competitive prices.

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Tooth Extraction

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Samui International Hospital

The SIH provides an unequalled service in General, Surgical, Internal, Travel, Pediatric, Orthopedic, Obstetric, Gynecology & Dental Medicines and has a reputation for service excellence.

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Tooth Extraction

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Dr. Sunil Dental Clinic

Dr. Sunil Dental Clinic is a International Dental Cosmetic Surgery located in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Prof. Sunil Phol

Prosthetic, Cosmetic Dentistry

Prof. Orawan

Cosmetic Dentistry, Prosthodontics

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Simple Tooth Extraction

32 US$

Surgical Tooth Extraction

65 - 130 US$

Mission Hospital Phuket

Having been in operation for 65 years, this private hospital provides a wide range of medical services to the locals of Phuket and medical tourists. It is a part of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s international health care mission.

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Tooth Extraction

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Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital

Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital is the main hospital of the Samitivej hospitals group. It provides quality tertiary care, from cosmetic surgery to major operations such as open heart surgery.

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Dental Extraction

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San Paulo Hua-Hin Hospital

San Paulo Hua-Hin hospital, a private hospital with a 75 bed capacity, is located at the famous beach resort of Hua-Hin.

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Dental Extraction

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About Tooth Extraction

This information is intended for general information only and should not be considered as medical advice on the part of Health-Tourism.com. Any decision on medical treatments, after-care or recovery should be done solely upon proper consultation and advice of a qualified physician.


Reasons for extracting teeth

Though permanent teeth may last a lifetime, teeth which have become decayed or damaged might have to be extracted or removed.

Other factors are:

  • A congested mouth
  • Infection
  • The risk of infection
  • Gum disease

What to expect with tooth extraction?

Before extracting the tooth, your dentist will give you an injection of a local anesthetic who numbs the area where the tooth/teeth will be extracted. If you're having multiple teeth removed or a tooth is damaged, your dentist might use a general anesthetic, this will stop pain all through your body making you sleep through the procedure.

If the tooth is damaged, the dentist will cut away bone and gum tissue, which cover the tooth and then, with the help of forceps, grasp the tooth and delicately rock it to and fro to loosen it from the ligaments and jaw that hold it in position. At times, a tooth that is hard to extract should be removed in bits.

As soon as the tooth has been removed, the dentist will pack a gauze pad into the socket and get you to bite down on it to stop the bleeding. At times the dentist will place some stitches, typically self-dissolving, to shut the gum edges over the extraction removal site.


What to tell your dentist before you have a tooth removed

Before having a tooth extracted, allow your dentist know your whole health background, the supplements and medication you take, and if you have one of the following:

  • Man-made or damaged heart valves
  • A history of bacterial endocarditis
  • A congenital heart defect
  • An impaired immune system
  • Liver disease (cirrhosis)
  • An artificial joint, like a hip replacement

When to contact the dentist

If bleeding continues or pain is severe for over 4 hours after the extraction, you must call your dentist. You must also contact your dentist if you experience any of the following:

  • Vomiting or nausea
  • Signs of infection, which include chills or fever
  • Chest pain, cough or shortness of breath
  • Excessive discharge, redness or inflammation from the affected area

After care : The following might help reduce pain, decrease the risk of infection and speed healing. Bite tightly but gently on the gauze pad put by your dentist to decrease bleeding and permit a blood clot to form in the tooth socket. Follow the advice of your dentist regarding how long to leave the pad in place after the removal and the steps to take if the gauze pad gets soaked with blood. Take painkillers as recommended or over the counter products recommended by your dentist, like paracetamol, Ibuprofen or aspirin. Apply an ice bag to the affected area soon after the procedure to limit inflammation. Apply ice for ten minutes at a time. Talk to your dentist regarding how to do this safely. Avoid spitting or rinsing for 6 hours after the extraction to avoid dislodging the clot, which forms in the socket. Relax for at least a day after the extraction. Minimize activity for the next day or two. After 6 hours, carefully use a solution made of a teaspoon of salt in a glass of warm water to rinse your mouth. Don't smoke, because it can slow down healing. Don't drink from a straw for the first 24 hours. Eat softer foods (like yogurt or soup) the day after the extraction. Slowly include solid foods to your diet as the site of extraction heals. Continue to brush and floss your teeth, and remember to brush your tongue; however, stay away from the extraction site. This will help stop infection. When in a lying position, prop your head up with pillows. Lying flat might lengthen bleeding.

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