Benhviendainam Introduces Special Offers Which Are Reserved For Overseas Vietnamese Customer

Benh Vien Dai Nam has announced the introduction of their special offer to the overseas Vietnamese customers. The hospital offers numerous dental treatments which have made them one of the reputed hospitals in Vietnam.

May 18, 2019 / / —

Benh Vien Dai Nam - one of the reputed hospitals of Vietnam has introduced special offers for the people of the country living abroad. This latest offer is to promote a cost-effective treatment facility for them as dental treatment in other countries is generally costlier.

The hospital provides a solution to all types of dental conditions including, teeth whitening, filling up of cavities, smile solutions, and other treatments for healthy gums and mouth. One of the doctors said, “We have a team of specialized professionals who are dedicated to offering the best services to the patients. All the treatments are affordable which would not pose a problem to the persons coming here for solutions.”

The introduction of the latest offer has facilitated the people living abroad as they can do the treatment at a reduced rate as it becomes a costly affair to do such treatments in other countries.

On this note, one of the patients said, “I live in the United States and it becomes difficult to perform some of the dental surgeries over here due to the higher cost. However, when I visit Vietnam every year, I never fail to book an appointment with Benhviendainam as they are the most reputed hospitals for dental surgery. The discounts for people staying abroad have just helped us better to avail their services.”

According to the offers given out, customers will get special offers after they get an implant. One can get up to 10% of discounts on all services. The other special offers that the hospital is providing free of cost transport facility from the airport, and stay at a hotel in District 1. Moreover, it provides an absolutely sterile system and lifetime implant warranty at 31 branches.

Another technician from the company stated, “We provide world-class treatment on various dental problems with a proficiency that has made us the best. Moreover, we have a specialist team which has experience of over 20 years. We also have modern technologies and equipment which makes our treatment high class. We also have a sterile system that is absolutely safe.”

Dai Nam has successfully treated thousands of patients with dental problems. With modern technologies and equipment, it has become one of the best dental institutions in the entire country.

About the Company

Benhviendainam.vn is a reputed name in the dental scenario of Vietnam. It provides all type of dental treatments including, teeth whitening, smile treatment, crowning, etc. It hasa specialised team where everyone is highly experienced and qualified professionals. Moreover, they use modern technology and equipment for the treatment thereby providing world-class treatment. It has become one of the best dental hospitals in the country.

Contact Details

Website: https://benhviendainam.vn/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dainamdental/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLwan4B288r7ogzXWZK4zKA

Contact Info:
Name: Eric
Organization: Dai Nam Hospital
Website: https://benhviendainam.vn/

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Release ID: 514335

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