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International Patient Guarantee Program

Exclusive to Bangkok Smile MALO CLINIC Patients

As we aim to provide the highest standard of care to patients across the globe, our International Patient Guarantee Program adds an extra “peace of mind” to our valuable clients. Being a MALO CLINIC partner, our dental works are guaranteed on MALO CLINICS and all of its partners in 5 continents, 18 countries, and 50 cities around the world.

A Significant Milestone in
Worldclass Dental Care Services

Thailand welcomes a new milestone in its international standard for dental care services. Our alliance with MALO CLINIC – the largest network of dental clinics and with the full-support of yet another world-leader in dental innovation – Nobel Biocare . takes our dental practice to its highest level as we define the true meaning of an International Dental Center here in the Land of Smiles.

The Bangkok Smile MALO CLINIC All-on-4

Fast, Efficient & Cost-effective Implant Solution

Our expertise in the field of implant dentistry allows us to provide fast, efficient and cost-effective dental implant treatments to our patients. The MALO CLINIC Protocol All-on-4 is ideal for patients desiring to have their “Teeth-in-a-day” with Nobel Biocare Implants for only THB 300,000 – the best price with satisfaction guaranteed.

Customized Prosthetics for all our Patients

ISO 9001 Certified In-house Dental Laboratory

Our clinic houses its own fully-equipped dental laboratory which boasts of the latest and most innovative dental technology equipment and products. We have the ability to fabricate custom-built prosthetics for our patients because we want to provide only “the perfect fit” for your smile.

Expert Team of Dentists

The most oustanding Dental Professionals in Thailand

We feature a team of dental specialists who are truly dedicated to take good care of your smile with expertise. Our dentists have undergone extensive training to handle the most complex cases at MALO CLINIC in Lisbon and in other countries around the world. They are highly-experienced and committed to continuing education in order to stay on the forefront of technology.

Bangkok Smile MALO CLINIC at MedAsia Healthcare Complex

Our clinic is strategically located inside the MedAsia Healthcare Complex, a Center for Advanced Cosmetic & Reconstructive Implant Dentistry which is situated at the Sukhumvit Medical Hub near Bumrungrad Hospital. It is also the perfect place for our patients as the location is very accessible to a number of transportation options as well as with various hotel accomodations.

An Award-Winning Dental Group

Since 2003, the Bangkok Smile Dental Group has gained numerous recognitions and awards from distinctive companies around the world. Both our clinics and dental labs in Bangkok as well as in Phuket are ISO 9001:2008 Certified by the Bureau Veritas. A clinic of ours in Phuket also achieved a Joint Commission International (JCI) compliance certification. The latest addition is our partnership with MALO CLINIC Worldwide and our Nobel Biocare Authorized Clinic Award.

Welcome to Bangkok Smile MALO CLINIC in Thailand

Bangkok Smile MALO CLINIC is the leading dental facility which is recognized as the authority in the field of Dental Implantology and Fixed Oral Rehabilitation of Full and Partially Edentulous Patients. MALO CLINIC Worldwide is responsible for a number of innovations and technological breakthroughs that are incorporated into the Nobel Biocare Implants, which are usually replicated by other companies.

With highly-trained team of dental specialists, exclusive and privileged access to the largest dental research and development facility in the world, and thousands of treated and documented cases in Thailand alone since 2003, Bangkok Smile MALO CLINIC with the full support of Nobel Biocare is proven to be the ideal choice for both domestic and international patients who are seeking for top-quality and predictable dental implant treatment.

We are the one and only International Dental Center in Thailand as we belong to the world’s largest network of dental clinics, have the most outstanding and internationally-trained dentists, and provider of the best dental products in the market today.


. improving lives, one Smile at a time.

    International Contact Numbers:
  • Aus. 0 28103 4082
  • NZ. 0 9973 7502
  • Thai. +662 105 4288
  • Int’l. +662 664 2800
  • or +662 105 4288

Thank you for the excellent job on my teeth. A very professional service. The work was explained very well what was going to happen, and the work done on my teeth didn’t disrupt my holidays. It was great to see the big smile from the girls on the reception all the time.

Paul Warner, AUSTRALIA

Thank you for making my smile whiter and for the bridge that allows me to throw away the plate that I have had to wear for years. See you again.


Getting a great smile was critical in my quest for world domination. Now that I have it, the people at Bangkok Smile will have a special place in my new world order!

Many Thank You’s to Bangkok Smile. All the staff have been so helpful. Dr. Preeda and Dr. Pang are the best! I am so impressed that I would travel back to Thailand to Bangkok Smile for my dental treatments than be treated in Australia. Thank you.

Jennifer Hercules, AUSTRALIA

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Does charcoal *really* whiten your teeth?

Charcoal has quickly become the go-to ingredient to whiten teeth. And if YouTube or Instagram testimonials are anything to go by, the answer to it working is a resounding ‘yes’. But does it really work the miracles that it promises as a natural teeth whitener and is it safe to use? We spoke to dentists Dr Adam Thorne REGENERATE Enamel Science Dental Ambassador and Dr Richard Marques to find out whether charcoal really is an effective teeth whitener and explore whether other natural whitening products actually work.


How does charcoal actually work?

The most effective type of charcoal is the activated form. a reheated, oxidised version of the charcoal that you put on the BBQ. The theory is that activated charcoal has an adhesive quality that binds to everything in its path, such as stains, tartar and bacteria, and works by drawing out and absorbing toxins and chemicals into its millions of tiny pores. Dr Thorne says:

“Activated charcoal’s enormous surface area is dotted with the numerous nooks and crannies that draw in and trap toxic substances including stains on teeth. It can be brushed on or rinsed around the teeth.”

But by all means don’t use charcoal from the BBQ, the non-activated form, as it can be toxic, warns Dr Marques.

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But does charcoal really whiten teeth and is it safe?

“Charcoal works and is an effective way to help clean and whiten your teeth. It’s one of my top tips on whitening your teeth at home,” says Dr Marques. He recommends using activated charcoal powder, toothpaste or mouthwash.

However, some dentists warn against using this method of teeth whitening and say that charcoal may lead to enamel deterioration and tooth erosion. According to Dr Adam, there’s actually no evidence to date that activated charcoal does any good for your teeth.

“I’d be concerned about the potential damage that the grainy, gritty substance can do to your teeth and gums – and like any abrasive, I’d be worried about the effects on the gums and enamel on the teeth. We simply don’t know about the safety and effectiveness of it. If you want a gleaming white smile, I’d always recommend talking to your dentist first about using traditional whitening toothpaste for surface stains or specific whitening treatments for deeper stains or discolouration.”


8 myths and facts about natural whitening products

When it comes to teeth whitening, Brits spend more than 100 million a year on products alone. We all know the usual culprits that stain our teeth, such as smoking, drinking red wine and coffee, but what’s the truth behind natural teeth whitening products?

1. Strawberries: FACT

Strawberries have an abundance of a ‘magic’ malic acid, which naturally cleans and whitens the teeth, even though they’re red, advises Dr Marques.

They do however contain citric acid, which can weaken the surface hardness of your teeth, says Dr Thorne. But the riper the strawberry becomes, the higher the concentration of malic acid compared to the more harmful citric acid. He recommends:

“So if you use strawberries as a teeth whitener, choose a really ripe strawberry, rub it on your teeth and just like exfoliating the skin, it does remove superficial debris. The malic acid won’t actually break down the stain molecules, but the surface clean gives your teeth a whiter appearance.”

2. Coconut oil: FACT

This technique, also known as oil pulling, is likely to lessen the bacterial load in the mouth and has been shown to improve the health of the gums and whiten teeth, says Dr Thorne. “It’s unique because it contains predominantly medium chain fatty acids of which 45 to 50% is auric acid, which has proven anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects. Swishing the oil between your teeth can also dislodge and retained food particles.”

Dr Marques recommends using the oil as a mouthwash for two to three minutes, which will lubricate the teeth and draw out impurities.

3. Green tea: MYTH

Green tea will actually stain your teeth, says Dr Thorne.

“It contains plant compounds, known as tannins, which increase the staining potential. This means it is acidic and will break down the enamel on teeth. Once enamel is broken down, pigmented molecules can attach to your teeth easily, and this, of course, leads to stains.”

4. Baking soda: FACT

Baking soda is a natural teeth whitener, says Dr Marques. It can help to whiten teeth through its alkaline cleansing action, and is now included in many toothpastes. He suggests mixing a quarter of a teaspoon of baking soda with water and applying this to your teeth with your toothbrush.

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5. Salmon: MYTH

Salmon can’t actually whiten your teeth, although Dr Thorne recommends eating it to keep your teeth healthy. He explains:

“Salmon is a good ‘white food’ (i.e. it can be eaten after whitening), and it also contains calcium and vitamin D, which is good for healthy teeth and bones.”

6. Apples: FACT

Apples, much like strawberries, contain malic acid, and along with their abrasiveness can help to whiten teeth. Dr Thorne says:

“The mildly acidic nature and stringent quality of apples, combined with their rough, fibre-rich flesh, could help cleansing and brightening of teeth.”

7. Lemon juice: MYTH AND FACT

Citrus is cleansing and can help to maintain white teeth, says Dr Marques. But using lemon juice actually isn’t recommended as it’s very damaging to the tooth surface and can lead to increased sensitivity and staining as the enamel is worn away, advises Dr Thorne:

“Lemon juice has been mixed with baking soda as a home-made whitening paste. But lemon juice is very acidic causing enamel erosion and the baking soda is very abrasive causing tooth wear.”

8. Cheese: FACT

Cheese can mechanically clean teeth. as it’s a natural cleanser, says Dr Marques. It has the added bonus of strengthening the tooth enamel and structure due to it being high in calcium. But opt for hard cheeses, such as cheddar, and be careful of blue and soft cheeses, which can cause breath odour, he advises.

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