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Q: Good dentist in Shanghai?

I've been to a few dentists since I've been here and I haven't been able to find a decent balance between cost and skill. I've had root canal treatment done on one of my teeth and I'm pretty sure they've screwed it up.  Anyway, I'd like a second opinion before I have a crown put on and need a decent dentist that isn't ridiculously expensive.    

Anyone in Shanghai found a good dentist?  Doesn't have to be able to speak English. 

9 years 6 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Shanghai

 
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When i arrive to home, I will PM you a message with phone no and address. Mrs. Qi is a bit expensive, but perfect work she done for me. I am not finished with all, coz wallet have some limit :( But she really works great. 

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Hi, I know it's an old discussion but anyway...

There is a French dentist to Raffles Hospital, not too expensive and good treatments.

xunliang:

Wow, this is an old one. But thanks anyway.

7 years 30 weeks ago
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Hello!

 

This is an old discussion, but we think it will be helpful for future reference anyway.

 

We are French Dentist, founded in 2007, a team of highly qualified dentists, orthodontics and specialists from France, Germany and South Korea. We have two branches at the moment, one at Puxi and another one at Pudong.

 

Our services include: dentistry, implantology, orthodontics, language and speech therapy.

 

For further enquiries, you can contact us at: 021-51699696

 

email: thefrenchdentalclinic@gmail.com

 

or visit our website: http://www.frenchdentist.cn/

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Finally, I can serve you, sir :

 

 Shanghai QiYan dental Clinic

No.390 Pudian Road, Pudong

tel: 5081 3373 , 186 2137 7887

www.bb-dental.cn

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