I have booked our appointment with Dr Retno Agung several months before we went to Bali. She always answered my emails promptly and due to other recommendations I was quite confident we would have no problem with her work. We arrived 5 minutes before to greet an Aussie walking out the door. My checkup, clean and scale was first which took 45 minutes and while I don’t like going to the dentist, it was by far the best clean I have had. She delivered the bad news that I need two fillings but we couldn’t get a further appointment so that is on the agenda for our October trip. For both of our dental work it cost 1 million rupiah which is less than half of what we would have paid in Perth. While my husband was getting his teeth done her next appointment rolled up who was also another Aussie from Perth. He had been to see Dr Agung several times and said he was very happy with the work she had done. My husband needs to have crowns which were to cost about $4,500 here in Perth. She is going to do this in October for 5 million rupiah which is a saving of about $4,000. He did have to have a tooth extracted but she referred us to another dentist in Denpasar. We made an appointment to see Dr Feroz and he was just fantastic. My husband said it was the most painless procedure and the extraction, antibiotics and pain killers cost 460,000 rupiah. So for anyone having concerns about seeing a Dentist in Bali, I can highly recommend either of these dentists. We did ask for a quote for my husband’s crowns but Dr Feroz quoted 7.5 million so we will stay with Dr Agung.