Hi there!! I actually need to get my teeth fixed very soon, but I will study in South Korea in a couple of months. Now obviously Korean dentist will be a lot cheaper than in the UK, but are they any good? Thanks for any advice!
20 May 2007, 09:36
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i just went to one today in Baran, Hwaseong, and they were great. 7,800 won which is about 8 dollars 23 cents american, to have a tooth extracted. i have insurance in south korea because i'm a teacher, and i am glad i finally went to the dentist. they evenwrote me a perscription for meds for 3 days, and that was about about 3 dollars 18 cents for the medicine. so yes cheaper and GOOD here
I am moving to South Korea very soon and know I will be needing a cavity filled. I heard they do not use any local anesthetic or pain killer. Is this correct? And how are they about dental work in general?
iam in south korea now and my teeth
need veneer which is a kind of withning technic
but i dont now how much it will cost me i have
fifteen tooth needed veneer, also i dont now any good dentist, please if any one could help me and recommend me to any nice dentist here in seoul
I recommend hus'hu clinic in Apgujeong, Seoul.
My dentist, Dr.Kim, is fluent in English. I can talk a lot with my dental procedure. I'm impressed by special care. And also I like "Americano" which free drinks in clinic. It is good taste.
hus'hu Clinic for appointment: 1588-7464
"Tufts Dental" in COEX area is good.
The dentist,Dr.Sohn,studied at Tufts university in Boston and practiced there for several years.
She speaks some French and Japanese as well. The hygienist speaks Englsih as well.
Visit their website ( www.tuftsdental.net) or call 02-553-7512.