Choosing full mouth restoration in Vietnam can get you affordable prices and quality treatment in a minimal time.

Curious to know how?

Keep reading to discover if dental tourism to Vietnam is your right choice.

Full Mouth Rehab with All on 4 in Vietnam – Patient Testimonial

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Have you lost any or all of your teeth?  No need to worry anymore!

Full mouth restoration is a complete treatment that can restore your teeth & smile.[1]ACP
Full Mouth Reconstruction
“Full mouth reconstructions combine esthetics with the science of restorative dentistry to improve the health, function, and beauty of the mouth.”
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Wondering why you should consider dentistry in Vietnam? Let’s find out.

First, look at the cost of full mouth restoration in Vietnam. You’ll discover its true value!

How Much Do Full Mouth Restorations Cost in Vietnam?

Full mouth rehabilitation in Vietnam costs US$ 5,800/A$ 8,690 to US$ 10,000/A$ 14,980 per jaw.

However, the exact cost varies based on the clinic and the number of teeth requiring replacement.

The same procedure typically costs around US$ 24,000/A$ 35,960 to US$ 30,500/A$ 45,700 in the US and Australia.

By choosing full mouth restoration in Vietnam, you can save up to 75% compared to these prices.

Curious about the cost of All on 4 and All on 6/8 dental implants in Vietnam? Refer to the table below.


Full-mouth Restorations Cost in Vietnam Vs. US Vs. Australia (USD)
Procedure US Australia Vietnam Savings
All on 4^ $24,000 $22,500 $5,800 75%
All on 6^ $28,000 $26,500 $7,500 73%
All on 8^ $35,000 $30,500 $10,000 71%
Titanium implant* $5,000 $5,500 $700 86%
Zirconium implant $6,000 $6,500 $1,995 67%
Porcelain veneers** $2,500 $1,980 $350 86%
Porcelain crown** $1,800 $2,000 $260 85%
Full denture^ $2,000 $1,900 $340 83%
Bone graft** $550 $400 $100 81%
^ Includes fixed bridge per arch; * Abutment & crown; **Per unit
Vietnam dentist prices are case dependent


Cost of Full-mouth Restoration in Vietnam Vs. US Vs. Australia (A$)
Procedure US Australia Vietnam Savings
All on 4^ A$35,960 A$33,710 A$8,690 75%
All on 6^ A$41,950 A$39,700 A$11,240 73%
All on 8^ A$52,440 A$45,700 A$14,980 71%
Titanium implant* A$7,450 A$8,200 A$1,050 86%
Zirconium implant A$8,940 A$9,680 A$2,970 67%
Porcelain veneers** A$3,745 A$2,970 A$525 86%
Porcelain crown** A$2,700 A$3,000 A$390 85%
Full denture^ A$3,020 A$2,865 A$510 83%
Bone graft** A$825 A$600 A$150 81%
^ Includes fixed bridge per arch; * Abutment & crown; **Per unit
Vietnam dentist prices are case dependent

As seen in the table, the cost of receiving a full-mouth restoration in Vietnam is remarkably lower than in the US and Australia.

You can save on quality dental implant treatments and enjoy a family vacation in Vietnam’s upscale international clinics.

Wondering about dental implant brands in Vietnam? Here’s the answer you need.

Best Dental Implant Brands in Vietnam

Our partner dental clinics in Vietnam use the same branded dental materials as those in the US and Australia.

You can select from the following brands for your full mouth restoration in Vietnam.

Straumann logo

Straumann (Switzerland)


BioHorizons (Alabama)

Dentium logo

Dentium (South Korea)


Megagen (South Korea)

EuroTeknika logo

EuroTeknika (France)


Neodent (Brazil)

Factors Affecting Dental Implant Cost in Vietnam

Dental implant costs are unique to each individual and cannot be expected to be the same for everyone.

Some of the key factors that may impact the cost of dental implants in Vietnam are:

  • Edentulous jaw*
  • Additional procedures**
  • Dental implant material
  • Brand of the implant
  • Dental crown material
  • Number of implants
* one or both, ** bone graft, sinus lift, if required

To inquire about the cost of dental implants for your specific case, contact us today for a free consultation.

Low-cost full-mouth dental implants are also available in MexicoCosta Rica, Puerto Rico, and India.

Why Choose Vietnam for Full-Mouth Restoration?

Vietnam has become a go-to country when it comes to inexpensive and top-notch dental care.[2]i-brokers
An Expat Guide to Vietnam’s Healthcare System
“Vietnam has become a go-to country when it comes to inexpensive and top-notch dental care.”
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There are several compelling reasons to consider full mouth rehabilitation in Vietnam.

Let’s explore them in more detail.

Affordable Dental Work in Vietnam

Vietnam offers cheaper treatment costs with the best outcomes.

It has a low cost of living compared to the US and other Western nations.[3]International Living
Cost of living in Vietnam
“Vietnam is an inexpensive country to live in. Most items cost less than half of what you would pay in the West…”
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Dentists do not need as much money to run a first-class clinic, and salaries are relatively low.

This enables medical professionals to charge less for procedures.

By going to Vietnam, you can receive excellent treatment and a memorable vacation.

Experienced Dentists

Getting discounted full-mouth restorations is great, but don’t forget to consider the dentists’ experience with dental implants/dentures.

Fortunately, finding the right clinic and dentist in Vietnam is easy.

Many dental clinics in Vietnam offer quality dental care at lower prices compared to the USA.

Furthermore, our partner dentists have 10+ years of experience and are internationally trained.

Safe Locations

Thousands of patients visit Vietnam annually for medical diagnoses and treatments.

Vietnam is politically stable, [4]Vietnam Investment Review
Vietnam as the next medical tourism hub in Southeast Asia
“… foreigners traveling to Vietnam for medical examinations and treatments is over 80,000…advantage of political stability…good quality medical care and the cost is also very affordable”
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and there is relatively little crime.[5]Travel Safe Abroad
How Safe Is Vietnam for Travel?
“Vietnam is a relatively safe country to travel to….Violent crime in Vietnam is rare,…”
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This makes it a safe place to travel for foreign tourists from any country.

After choosing full mouth reconstruction in Vietnam, the next step is finding the top clinic and dentist.

In the next section, let’s explore the best dental clinics in Vietnam.

Top Dental Clinics in Vietnam

Our partner dental clinics in Vietnam that offer affordable and quality services to local and international patients are:

The Australian Dental Clinic in Hanoi

Established in 2006, the Australian Dental Clinic in Hanoi is the first local clinic to care for expatriates & foreign tourists in Hanoi.

Dentists at the Australian Dental Clinic are members of recognized professional bodies, such as the ICOI.

The clinic has received five-star ratings from most of its foreign patients.


The clinic is modern and makes use of cutting-edge technology and equipment.

Examples include:

  • Nomad Pro 2
  • Belmont Phot-X II Intra_Oral X-Ray
  • Picasso Lite Plus
  • X-Smart™ Plus.

Furthermore, they ensure top-notch infection control with a dedicated sterilization nurse for patients worried about infection transmission.

The Australian Dental Clinic in Hanoi

The Australian Dental Clinic

The East Rose Dental Clinic in Ho Chi Minh City

The East Rose clinic specializes in “same day” dental implants.

Dentists working at the clinic are a team of implantologists, orthodontists, prosthetists, and oral surgeons, with 5 to 35 years of experience.

Some are trained in implantology from Harvard University (US) and Bern University (Switzerland).


Some facilities in the clinic that patients will appreciate are:

  • Television sets in each treatment room
  • Complimentary tea, coffee, and a variety of juices
  • High-speed internet
  • Warm lavender towels

The clinic is also equipped with the PaX-i3D SMART CBCT Scanner.

All of which makes East Rose Dental the leading clinic for dental implants in Ho Chi Minh City.

East Rose Dental Clinic, Ho-Chi-Minh-City

The East Rose Dental Clinic

Saigon Implant Center in Ho Chi Minh City

Established in 2020, Saigon Implant Center is one of the top modern dental clinics in Ho Chi Minh City.

Minimally invasive treatments and preserving your natural aesthetics are their top priorities.

Each patient here receives a personalized treatment plan that meets the standards of the Ministry of Health of Vietnam.

The clinic also follows European standards for quality and sterilization.


The clinic provides a luxurious, comfortable, and cozy environment to ensure a comfortable treatment experience.

They are equipped with the latest technologies, such as

  • Panoramic X-rays, intraoral cameras, and 3D CT scanning for accurate diagnoses and treatments.
  • Piezotome tooth extraction machine (Korea) for painless, no bleeding, fast healing
  • Scanora periapical device (Switzerland) to examine tooth morphology and structure.
  • Woodpecker Implant surgery machine for strong foundation & accuracy in dental implant procedures.

They also use high-grade dental materials imported from the US and Europe.

Saigon Implant Center in Ho Chi Minh City

Saigon Implant Center

Now, let’s take a closer look at the profiles of our dental experts in Vietnam.

Best Dentists in Vietnam for Full Mouth Restoration

We have carefully selected the top dentists in Vietnam to cater to your specific needs.

Check out their credentials below!

Dr. Pham Duy Quang

Dr. Pham Duy Quang | Best dentist in Vietnam
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon


25+ years


  • Dental implants
  • Soft tissue grafting surgery
  •  Cosmetic restoration


  • DDS, University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Certificate of training in Implant Dentistry from Hanoi Medical University

Dr. Nguyen Trong Hoan

Dr. Nguyen Trong Hoan | Best Dentist in Vietnam


15+ years


  • Implant surgery (bone graft, sinus lifting)
  • Wisdom tooth extraction
  • Cosmetic Dentistry


DDS, Hanoi Medical University

Dr. Nguyen Thi Thu Thuy

Dr. Nguyen Thi Thu Thuy | Best dentist in Vietnam


20+ years


  • Cosmetic dentistry
  • Dental implants.


DDS, Harvard(US), Australia & Korean Universities

Dr. Pham Hoai Nam

Dr. Pham Hoai Nam | Best dentist in Vietnam


30+ years


  • Dental implants
  • Gum surgery


  • DDS, Ho Chi Minh City University of Medicine and Pharmacy, HCMC, Vietnam
  • MDS, Oral Surgery and Dental Implantology, Loma Linda University, US
  • Harvard School of Dental Medicine Continuing Education Course Harvard University, USA

Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Tan

Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Tan| Best dentist in Vietnam


12+ years


  • Dental implants
  • Specialized in Prosthodontics, Cosmetic Dentistry


  • DDS, University of Medicine and Pharmacy at Ho Chi Minh City
  • Master of prosthodontics
  • Certificate of Association AMII about Implant
  • Certificate of Immediate Surgery Implant, Technology Implant ALL ON X

Dr. Nguyen Taxi

Dr. Nguyen Taxi | Best dentist in Vietnam


5+ years


  • Prosthodontics
  • Cosmetic Dentistry


DDS, Can Tho University of Medicine and Pharmacy

Contact us now to book an appointment with a leading full mouth restoration dentist in Vietnam.

Let’s delve into the feedback from past patients who have received full mouth restoration in Vietnam.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Vietnam – Reviews

Ngan Bach, US
(Google Reviews)

“I was surprised by the high-quality service, which is approximately similar to the US. The cost is about 1/10 the cost in the US. The environment was safe & quiet. I will come back.”

Procedure: Dental implants

Christopher Ballis, Australia
(Google Reviews)

” Affordable treatment, less than a quarter of what you’d pay in Australia. Staff speak good English. I had some large procedures done pain-free.”

Procedure: Full mouth restoration

Thithuy Ho, Australia
(Google Reviews)

“I am extremely pleased with the outcome and how hygienic and professional he and his staff are. I highly recommend his clinic.”

Procedure: Full mouth dental implants

Full Mouth Rehab in Vietnam – Before & After

All on 6 in Vietnam

All on 6 dental implants in Vietnam - Before & After

Full Mouth Dental Implants in Vietnam

Full mouth dental implants in Vietnam - Before & After

Full Mouth Restoration in Vietnam – A Quick Guide

Did you know? Only 48% of US adults aged 20-64 have a full permanent set of teeth. Around 20% of seniors over 65 are completely edentulous.[6]Very Well Health
What You Can Do About Missing Teeth
“…48% of American adults ages 20–64 have a full permanent (or secondary) set. Nearly 1 in 5 seniors over 65 are missing all of their teeth…”
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Teeth loss can occur for different reasons, such as:[7]Very Well Health
What You Can Do About Missing Teeth
“Genetic conditions, gum disease, injury, cavities, and tooth decay are among the many causes of tooth loss.”
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  • Genetic conditions
  • Dental caries
  • Tooth decay
  • Injury

So, what happens when you ignore tooth loss?

Consequences of Not Replacing Missing Teeth

Adults or older people with missing teeth can face many problems in their social and personal lives.

Below are five dental consequences of tooth loss:[8]Consumer Guide to Dentistry
6 Dental Effects of Missing a Tooth
“Failure to replace a missing tooth (or teeth) is the leading cause of jaw bone loss.. shift and move over time…mproper bite …”
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  • Missing teeth can cause jaw bone loss
  • Affect chewing patterns
  • Shifting of remaining teeth
  • Asymmetry in the mouth and/or face
  • Speech issues & bite irregularities

Luckily, options are available to restore your missing teeth. It includes dental implants, dentures, and dental bridges.

Ageing after tooth loss

What is a Full Mouth Restoration?

Full-mouth restoration involves rebuilding or replacing all teeth in the mouth.

People who have lost all of their teeth, or most of their teeth, need a full-mouth teeth restoration.[9]ACP
Full Mouth Reconstruction
“…refers to rebuilding and/or replacing all of the teeth in a patient’s mouth..any dental treatment that affects all teeth in the mouth is called full mouth reconstruction or full mouth rehabilitation…”
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Full-mouth restoration is also called ‘Full-mouth Rehabilitation” or ‘Full-mouth Reconstruction.”

Full Mouth Restoration Process in Vietnam

Full Mouth Restoration Process

Full Mouth Restoration Procedure in Vietnam

Treatment options for a full reconstruction in Vietnam include:

Full Mouth Rehab with Dental Implants

All on 4

All on 4 in Vietnam

During this procedure, four dental implants are placed in the jaw.

These four implants support the set of teeth in that jaw.

The implants are inserted at an angle of  30 – 45 degrees.[10]ReearchGate
All-On-Four Treatment Concept in Dental Implants
“The two posterior implants are inserted just anteior to…30- 45….”
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Professor Paulo Malo from Lisbon, Portugal, invented the All-on-4® concept. It was successfully launched in 2004 by Nobel Biocare.[11]Nobel Biocare
Nobel Biocare awards Dr. Paulo Malo for 25 years of the All-on-4® treatment concept
“Dr. Paulo Malo led the development of this treatment protocol in the early nineteen-nineties,… concept was launched commercially by Nobel Biocare in 2004…”
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All on 4 implants in Vietnam

The technique can be used in the upper and lower jaw to get a stable denture with minimum implants.[12]UK Health Center
All on Four Dental Implants
“.. designed to hold the denture firmly in place using only four implants. ….This system allows a denture to stay firmly in place using a minimal amount of implants and bone grafting.”
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Implantologists looking to improve treatment outcomes for their implant patients use the All-on-4® treatment concept.

The concept is backed by over 25 years of clinical success.[13]Nobel Biocare
Nobel Biocare awards Dr. Paulo Malo for 25 years of the All-on-4® treatment concept
“Nobel Biocare awards Dr. Paulo Malo for 25 years …”
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  • Full-arch teeth restoration with only four implants
  • Immediate function due to placement of a provisional prosthesis
  • No bone grafting needed
  • Rapid improvement in a patient’s personal and social life
  • Shorter treatment times
  • Much reduced cost because of the placement of only four implants
  • A well-documented and effective solution for toothless patients with proven long-term success.
Source: Nobel Biocare[14]Nobel Biocare
All-on-4® treatment concept
“… cost-efficient, graftless solution that provides patients with a fixed full-arch prosthesis on the day of surgery…25 years of documented clinical success…”
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Procedure for All on 4 Dental Implants in Vietnam

Under anesthesia, four dental implants are placed into the jawbone.

A provisional prosthesis is secured on the implants until full healing takes place.[15]UK Health Center
How Are All-on-4 Implants Placed?
“…Two of the four implants involved in all-on-4 will be placed at the front of the jaw,…once your permanent dentures have been installed and have fully healed,…”
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All-on-4® treatment concept. Video Courtesy: Nobel Biocare.

Caution needs to be taken in eating hard or very chewy foods.

Once healing is complete, a permanent prosthesis—such as a dental bridge—is fitted on the implants.

Post-procedure Care

There may be some discomfort and swelling following the procedure.

However, for most patients, this discomfort subsides within a week.

Five Tips for Recovery from All on 4

  1. Gauze packs are applied to the surgical site for 1 hour after surgery
  2. For the initial 48 hours, you may be limited to cool liquids.
  3. You’ll follow a liquid diet for the first two weeks after the procedure.
  4. Use a soft toothbrush and gently brush your teeth for oral hygiene.
  5. Use a food processor or blender to prepare food during recovery.
Guidelines On Eating After All-On-4 Implants
“During the first hour following your surgery, gauze packs will be placed over the surgical site. …”
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All on 6/8

All on 6 and All on 8 in Vietnam

In cases where four dental implants are insufficient, dentists recommend placing six or eight implants to support the crowns.

All-on-6/8 replace all the missing teeth by inserting six and eight dental implants, respectively.

All on 6 dental implants in Vietnam

All on 6

All on 8 dental implants in Vietnam

All on 8

All types of full-mouth restorations are performed with the same basic objective.

However, based on individual differences, your dentist will decide what is best for you.

The main factor is the ability of your jawbone to take the stresses of chewing.

The cost of full mouth restoration with dental implants in Vietnam ranges from US$ 5,800/A$ 8,690 to US$ 10,000/A$ 14,980 for one arch.

Full Mouth Rehab with Dentures in Vietnam

Removable Dentures

Complete Removable Dentures in Vietnam

Complete removable dentures replace all teeth in your jaw and have been available for a long time.

In this type of denture, artificial teeth are fitted on a denture base.

The primary advantage of dentures is their low cost compared to a full jaw restoration using dental implants.

Complete Removable Dentures in Vietnam

Complete Denture


Snap-On Dentures in Vietnam

Snap-on dentures are also known as Overdentures or Implant-supported complete dentures.

In this type of denture, orthodontic implants are inserted into the jawbone, and a denture is secured in place.

This increases retention, stability, and comfort. You can remove them for cleaning.

Snap-On Dentures in Vietnam


Benefits of Snap-on dentures Over Traditional Dentures

  • Overdentures preserve jawbone
  • They do not slip while talking or eating
  • Chewing ability and bite strength is 300% more than ordinary dentures
  • Most snap-on dentures are removable and can be cleaned like traditional dentures
Source: WebMD[17]WebMD
What to Know About Snap-in Dentures
“snap-in dentures stay in place through orthodontic implants….They can be taken out at the end of the day and cleaned …maximum biting force of someone using implanted dentures can be as much as 300% higher…”
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The cost of dentures in Vietnam is only US$ 340/A$ 510 per arch, which is 83% cheaper than in the US and Australia.

Complete Removable Dentures Vs. Dental Implants

The table below compares complete removable dentures with dental implants.

Parameters Removable Dentures Dental Implants
Popularity Less popular More popular
Cost Cheap Expensive
Esthetics Less natural More natural
Ideal age Above 60 Below 60
Bone density for treatment Not required Required
Procedure Non-invasive Invasive
Maintenance Time-consuming Easy
Effect on jaw bone Jawbone recedes No recession of jawbone
Lifespan 5 -10 years 20+ years
Complications Slippage, gum sores Infection, loose posts, cracked crowns
Source: AAP,[18]AAP
Full Mouth Dental Implants
“dental implants will replace some of your tooth roots,  your bone will be better preserved… With conventional dentures, the bone …deteriorate. This will lead to recession of the jawbone and a collapsed, unattractive smile.”
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The Pros And Cons Of Snap-On Dentures
“…dentures usually last between five and 10 years,…”
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Implants vs. Dentures & Bridge
“Removable complete denture….need to be removed regularly for cleaning, which can be a time-consuming hassle. …changing the appearance of your smile and face…”
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How to Choose Dentures or Implants
“… implants…increasingly popular…60s or younger may want to choose implants,…Implants require a certain amount of jawbone… expensive…provide 20 or more years of service compared with dentures,…Complications from dentures vs. implants… infection and mechanical problems…”
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Full Mouth Rehab with Crowns, Bridges & Veneers in Vietnam

General or restorative dentists perform procedures like crowns, bridges, and veneers.[22]Consumer Guide to Dentistry
Full Mouth Reconstruction
“Full mouth reconstruction typically involves general or restorative dentists (performing procedures like crowns, bridges and veneers),…”
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After examining your mouth, your Vietnam dentist will recommend appropriate treatments based on your dental condition.

Crowns & Bridges

A dental bridge has two crowns on abutment teeth or implants placed on either side of a gap in the mouth.

Benefits: Enhance self-esteem, preserve facial structure, and minimize jaw bone loss.[23]News
Dental Bridges – Advantages and Disadvantages
“..improve self-esteem and confidence..maintains the facial structure….reduce the risk of bone loss from the jaw…”
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Dental bridge and crowns in Vietnam


Dental veneers fix imperfect teeth by bonding thin coverings onto the tooth surface.

Benefits: They look & feel natural and resist stains. The procedure is usually painless, with a smooth recovery.[24]Forbes
What Are Dental Veneers?
“..Veneers look like “real” teeth… resist stains…The procedure isn’t an overly painful one, and recovery typically goes smoothly…”
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Dental veneers in Vietnam

Why is Dental Implant Surgery the Best?

Dental implant surgery is a high-value option for patients requiring full mouth reconstruction.

Consider the following points.[25]AAID
About Dental Implants
“Advanced, highly precise computer-guided dental implant surgery has made implant procedures faster, highly predicable and long-lasting with a success rate of 97 percent….3D images enable the dentist to assess bone density…”
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  • Advanced, computer-guided surgery makes procedures faster and more predictable.
  • A success rate of 97% ensures longer-lasting treatment results.
  • Digital imaging allows dentists to analyze jaw anatomy without surgery, saving time and cost.
  • 3D images help assess jawbone density and locate vital structures for precise implant placement and protection.
  • CT scans provide a comprehensive view of the mouth, helping pinpoint issues and plan surgeries in advance.

Dental clinics in Vietnam are equipped with all modern types of equipment, such as:

  • PaX-i3D SMART
  • CBCT scanners
  • intra-oral cameras
  • 3D imaging,
  • ultrasonic surgery machines

All of these ensure high-quality, safe full mouth dental implants in Vietnam.

How to Take Care of Full-mouth Dental Implants

This section shares some tips for taking good care of your full-mouth dental implants.[26]Dental News
Cleaning and Caring for Dental Implants
“…Invest in a quality electric toothbrush and use it twice per day…Rinse with an alcohol-free, antimicrobial mouth rinse once or twice per day….”
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  • Brush at least twice a day with a quality electric toothbrush
  • Floss at least once a day
  • Rinse your mouth with a mouthwash prescribed by your implantologists
  • Visit your dentist regularly for professional cleanings and checkups

Remember: Oral hygiene is the key to long-lasting implants!

Dental Tourism in Vietnam

Whether you choose a dental clinic in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, both places promise you:

  • a charming culture
  • beautiful surroundings, and
  • great food.

Planning Your Dental Vacation in Vietnam

Vietnam’s capital is Hanoi, while the largest city in the country is Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC).[27]Vietnam Briefing
Vietnam’s Southern Key Economic Region
“…, Ho Chi Minh City (also known as Saigon) is home to more than 9 million people, making it the largest city in Vietnam….”
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Fun Places to Visit


Hanoi offers many places to explore and visit during your dental trip to Vietnam.

It provides a wealth of attractions, including temples, ancient citadels, and scenic hills.[28]Travel Triangle
10 Wonderful Places To Visit In Hanoi, A Land Lost In Time!
“From temples, ancient citadels, bizarre theatres, to rolling kush hills, there will be no dearth of places to visit in Hanoi on your trip to Vietnam.”
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Check out these top recommendations for your Hanoi sightseeing tour.

Hoan Kiem lake | Dental tourism in Vietnam

Hoan Kiem lake

Temple of Literature | Dental tourism in Vietnam

Temple of Literature

Thang Long Puppet Theatre | Dental tourism in Vietnam

Thang Long Puppet Theatre

Best Time to Visit Hanoi

April to November is the best to visit. You can expect abundant sunshine, pleasant temperatures, and minimal rainfall during this period.[29]TUI
Best time to visit Hanoi
“The best time to visit is between April and November when sunshine and temperatures are at there best and rainfall is lowest.”
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Tourists worldwide visit Ho Chi Minh City for its diverse architecture, lifestyle, and vibrant culture.[30]Vietnam Travel
Vietnam’s Amazing Architecture
“Vietnam’s architecture is anything but ordinary. … Modern apartments nest atop creamy French villas. The old and new, local and foreign mingle in an eclectic mix….”
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It was known as Saigon before the American War ended.

You can use both names; everybody knows which city you are talking about.

The top sights to see in Ho Chi Minh City are:

Cu Chi Tunnels | Dental touirsm in Vietnam

Cu Chi Tunnels

War Remnants Museum | Dental touirsm in Vietnam

War Remnants Museum

Independence Palace | Dental touirsm in Vietnam

Independence Palace

Best Time to Visit Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City has a hot tropical climate year-round. The ideal time to visit is from December to March when the weather is most stable.[31]TUI
“The best time to visit is between December and March when the weather is most settled.”
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Visa Requirement to Vietnam

Vietnam offers visa exemption to 25 countries, allowing stays ranging from 14 days to 90 days.

  • Americans and Australians require a visa and a valid passport to enter Vietnam.
  • They can obtain their Vietnam visa upon arrival at any international airport in Vietnam.
  • Completing the visa application online before the trip can simplify the process.

Note: Visa regulations in Vietnam are subject to frequent changes.

Verifying the latest information from your embassy or the government website is recommended to stay updated.

Source: My Vietnam Visa,[32]My vietnam
Vietnam Tourist Visa
“Vietnam visa exemption is applied for 25 countries with a duration from 14 days up to 90 days.”
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Vietnam Visas for Australian Residents
“As a citizen of Australia, you must acquire a visa before entering Vietnam. Vietnam does grant visas for Australian citizens on arrival. However, the visa application process is much easier if the Australian passport holder applies for a Vietnam visa online.”
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Do Americans Need a Visa For Vietnam?
“To get a Vietnam visa, US citizens must have a passport that is valid for six months after their Vietnam arrival date. Also, know that American travellers can only get their Vietnam visa on arrival when arriving to Vietnam by air.”
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Choosing the Right Clinic and Dentist

When deciding on a clinic and/or dentist for your full mouth restoration in Vietnam, remember the following.

  • For full-mouth restorations, always choose an implantologist with extensive experience in treating foreign patients
  • Opt for dental tourism insurance that can take care of treatment-associated complications if anything arises.

Read more about full mouth reconstruction options abroad here.

Travel Tips

Here are a few tips to ensure your Vietnam stay is enjoyable and hassle-free.[35]Holidify
Travel Tips To Vietnam That You Must Keep in Mind
“In cities like Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, you will find plenty of English speaking people…plug points … 220V AC current…shoulders and knees are covered inside the temple… do not walk over the prayer mats,…”
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International airports

Noi Bai International Airport (HAN) in Hanoi, Tan Son Nhat Airport (SGN) in HCMC & Da Nang Airport (DAD) in Da Nang.

Temple Etiquette

Remember to cover your shoulders and knees inside the temple. Avoid walking over prayer mats, even if they are unoccupied.


Vietnam Dong (VND) is the official currency; some places also accept USD.


The plug points are rated for 220V AC. It is recommended to carry a universal travel adapter.

Wi-Fi connectivity in Vietnam is generally good and available in most public places and restaurants.
Many people speak English in cities like Hanoi & HCMC. But, English proficiency in villages and smaller towns is limited.

Generally speaking, Vietnam is a safe tourist destination.

Violent crime is extremely rare.[36]Travel Safe Abroad
How Safe Is Vietnam for Travel?
“Vietnam is a relatively safe country to travel to…Violent crime is rare,..”
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As in other tourist destinations, property theft is a concern, but if you remain vigilant, you’re unlikely to have any issues.

FAQs About Full Mouth Restoration in Vietnam

How much does it cost to get your teeth done in Vietnam?

The cost of dental work in Vietnam varies by procedure and individual circumstances.

Certainly, dental clinics in Vietnam charge much less than in Australia and the US.

For instance, a full mouth restoration in Vietnam costs US$ 5,800/A$ 8,690, compared to US$ 24,000/A$ 35,960 in the US and US$ 22,500/A$ 33,710 in Australia.

You can save 75% on the cost by getting your teeth done in Vietnam.

Is full mouth reconstruction in Vietnam worth it?

Going to Vietnam for a full mouth reconstruction is worthwhile for people who cannot afford the cost of the procedure in their home country.

Vietnam is home to several first-rate clinics with internationally trained dentists.

They deliver high quality at a relatively low cost.

How much do dental implants cost in Vietnam?

The cost of dental implants in Vietnam depends on the type of implant you require.

For example, All-on-4 dental implants in Vietnam cost around US$ 5,800/A$ 8,690.

For All-on-6/8 implants, expect to pay US$ 7,500/A$ 11,240US$ 10,000/A$ 14,980.

Who is a candidate for full mouth reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction is recommended for people whose dental issues affect the overall function of their teeth.

Examples include:[37]Consumer Guide to Dentistry
Full Mouth Reconstruction
“The need for full mouth reconstruction may result from:…Teeth that have been lost due to decay or trauma…..”
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  • missing teeth
  • advanced tooth decay
  • multiple damaged teeth
  • complaints of jaw and muscle pain requiring bite adjustments.

Does full mouth reconstruction hurt?

The procedure is not painful, using general or local anesthesia to numb the mouth.

However, it is common for your mouth to be sore and tender in the days following treatment.

To assist your recovery, your dentist may prescribe pain medication or advise you to use a cold compression pack.[38]MedicineNet
How Painful Are Dental Implants?
“The procedure itself is not painful since it is performed with either general or local anesthesia to completely numb the mouth. After dental implantation, once the numbness wears off, mild pain may be noticed by the patient. Using cold compresses as directed will help in controlling the pain”
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How can I pay for my full mouth reconstruction in Vietnam?

Dental work in Vietnam is made easier with various payment methods.

These include cash, debit/credit cards, bank transfers, and  SuperMoney (medical loan).


Major dental procedures don’t have to break the bank.

You can save up to 70% by getting your full mouth restoration in Vietnam.

On top of that, the quality is top-notch, with internationally trained dentists and state-of-the-art clinics!

So, why wait? Contact us today to get started.


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