Dental Clinic


Here is the best Dental Clinic in Vientiane ever, using high end technology with fulling scanning system with experiences doctors.

Speaking fluency English and Lao mother tongue. Professional services, punctual and hygiene with reasonable price.

Dental implant



Fixed & removable dentures

Brace & invisalign



PRIVATE: Treatment for Children & Adult


Monday-Friday 5-8:40 pm / Saturday 10 am-8pm / Sunday 10 am-3 pm

Dongmieng village, Chanthabouly District, Hom 5, Asean road, Vientiane Lao PDR

Tel: +856-2096156565, 2099925959, 2095595565., Email:



Present status: Lecturer of Orthodontics and Prosthodontics Department, Faculty of Dentistry University of Health Sciences, Vientiane Lao PDR.

Continuing Master Clinician Program in Dental Implant Vietnam and Los Angeles 2018-2019

Postgraduate Certificate of OrthodonticsIAO Active member Milwaukee Wisconsin USA Batch 41, and Prime Orthodontics Studies and Training Thailand 2017-2018.

Course Training Veneer Restoration Austria 2017.

NYU College of Dentistry Global Implanvology New York 2016.

Invisalign Certificate Course Training Thailand 2015.

Certificate in Program Pediatric Periodontics, Endodontics, Prosthodontics & Dental Implant Certificate Course on Research Methodology, Soul National University Dental Hospital (SNUDH) South Korea 2012- 2013.

Participated in part-time post graduate course in Orthodontics two years at Faculty of Dentistry International University Cambodia cooperate with Korean Research institute (KORI) 2010-2012.

Master of Science in Maxillofacial Prosthetics and Dental OncologyMahidol University Thailand 2005-2008.

D.D.S., Doctor of Dental Surgery Faculty of Dentistry University of Health Sciences Lao PDR 1995-2000.

Trained Program Laboratory Techniques in Fixed Prosthodontics. Faculty of Dentistry, Khon Kean University, Thailand 2004.


Lao Youth Trained for Future ICT Policy Formulation


3rd Left from right Mr Kawasaki Mitsuyoshi

Manythone Keolangsy

(KPL) The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) funded a two-week training course on “Knowledge Co-Creation Programme for Young Leaders” under the theme Policy on Information and Communication for ten Lao youth officials from Nov 27 to Dec 12, 2017.

The course, an activity of the International Cooperation Programme of the government of Japan, was conducted by Toshikatsu Tsuzuki of Fujitsu Learning Media Limited.

A graduation ceremony for the trainees was held on Dec 12 at the Okinawa International Centre where certificates were presented to the trainees by Director General of JICA Okinawa Kawasaki Mitsuyoshi.

The course aimed to foster personnel who will formulate policies relevant to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the near future in Laos.

“Since ICT innovation can better improve people’s lives, a policy formulator should always keep eyes on current trends in ICT and should be able to decide what to, where to, and how to apply appropriate technologies with clearly understanding the roles of the government,” said Mr Kawasaki.

The purpose of the training course was to offer chances for participants to observe various ICT application cases in Japan and facilitate them to understand what they should do in the future as a policy formulator.

The training course also offered opportunities for the participants and Japanese citizens to learn from each other and think and create new idea together.

During the training, the participants also had study tours in well known places in Okinawa Prefecture such as Okinawa Metrological Station, Naha Airport, Ishikawa prefectural government office, Okinawa Polytechnic College, Ocean Expo Park, Eco-Park Miyako, Bio-ethanol Plant, Underground Dams and Conditions in Miyako Island, National Project for Miyako Land Improvement and Yaeyama Hospital in Ishigaki Jima.


Japanese medical supplier opens factory in Laos


Japanese medical equipment producer Mani, Inc. has opened a factory in Vientiane province, employing local workers to produce quality products for the company’s worldwide clients. Executive officers from Mani’s Japanese headquarters and branches in Vietnam and Myanmar gathered with local officials in Vientiane on Friday to mark the launch of the new Lao factory, called the Mani Vientiane Company.

Mani has operated in Japan for 50 years, producing medical instruments such as dental, surgical and eye surgery equipment. The company opened its Vietnamese branch 14 years ago, and Myanmar branch 11 years ago. Both branches have been successful, and the company hopes for the same experience in Laos. Mani Vientiane Company General Director, Mr Yoshihito Kawamata, said the factory would initially produce dental needles before expanding to other product lines. The company will also manufacture dental equipment parts which will be sent for assembly with other parts produced in Vietnam. Finished products will be sold to Japan and exported to more than 120 countries including the US and European nations. The company also plans to expand its market to East Asia. “The company currently employs 20 Lao workers in the factory. We plan to expand to 1,000 employees in 10 years,” said Mr Kawamata. Mani has sunk US$2 million into the factory and has plans to expand its investment by a further US$1 million. “The company expects to produce its full capacity within four months,” he said, adding that the factory’s capacity output for dental needles was 350,000 per month. Mr Kawamata said the company had decided to invest in Laos due to its convenient location between Vietnam and Myanmar where the other branches are sited. “Also Laos has a stable political situation and honest and friendly people,” he said. Mani Vice President Mr Toshihide Takai explained that the company’s motto is ‘The best quality in the world, to the world’. “With good training, I am sure that Lao people can produce quality products for our customers,” he said. Mr Takai gave examples of the success of his company’s products, such as the Reamer K-file, a dental product that holds about 50 percent of the global market, and the Opthalmic Knife, for eye surgery, which has a 30 percent global market share. “Products produced in Laos by Lao people will be used widely in the world,” he said. Japanese Ambassador to Laos, Mr Masaaki Miyashita, said “I believe the company will contribute to the development of the Lao economy, especially in the heath sector.” He noted that while Japan has widely supported Laos in terms of official assistance, Japanese private sector investment in Laos was still quite low. “It is very important to have the contribution of the private sector, and this company will be a good example of investment from Japan. The success of this company will attract more Japanese investors to Laos,” he said. The factory is located in Mai village, Phonhong district, Vientiane province.

By Keoxomphou Sakdavong