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  • Do I need to make an appointment?
    Appointments are highly recommended to minimize waiting and ensure that you are seen in a timely manner. If you are experiencing a dental emergency, please contact the clinic for further arrangements.
  • How do I book an appointment?
    Yes. To add media follow these steps: You can call the clinic directly by calling 64579996 To make an appointment. Please click here or email
  • Does your clinic accept walk-in patients?
    The clinic accepts walk-ins. However, priority is given to patients with appointments. It is better to book an appointment in advance to minimize waiting time.
  • What should I bring in preparation for my appointment?
    Please arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled appointment time for registration. For identification: NRIC, Birth certificate (for children), work permit or passport For subsidies: CHAS / PG / Merdeka Card / CDA You will be guided by the dentist to fill out a medical history form. Please bring along a copy of your medical and drug allergy history in order for the dentist to treat you in a safe manner as your medical status can impact your treatment options and medications prescribed.
  • What mode of payment do you accept?
    Cash, Nets, PayNow
  • How much do you charge per procedure?
    Please contact the clinic directly for price enquiries. However, if you have any further queries, please discuss with the dentist during the initial consultation regarding the cost of your treatment.
  • What subsidies do you accept?
    We are CHAS, Merdeka, Pioneer, Medisave and Baby Bonus approved.
  • What procedures can I use Medisave to pay for?
    Procedures like wisdom tooth surgery, dental implant surgery, Bone and Gum grafting will be Medisave deductible. If you do not have a Medisave account or there isn’t enough balance in your Medisave account to cover the dental bill, you may use your immediate family members’ Medisave to pay your bill. Immediate family members include your spouse, parents, siblings or child. Please note that the use of Medisave is still subject to Medisave withdrawal limits.
  • What are the services you provide?
    You can click here for all our services.
  • How often should I visit the dentist?
    We recommend for patients to come in for a routine check-up and cleaned professionally at least twice a year. If you have a very busy schedule, be sure to at least make some time for an appointment once a year. Remember that prevention is key! The earlier we spot the problem, the lesser the cost and invasive the treatment will be.
  • I’m afraid of the dentist. Should I just come in when I am in pain?
    It’s a known fact that many people are afraid of the dentist and avoid visiting the dentist at all costs until they feel pain or have a toothache. Sometimes it’s too late and the tooth might not be able to be saved then. If you have dentophobia, let your dental professional know. They might be able to help you overcome this fear. Nowadays, painless dentistry can be applied and treatment will feel much more comfortable! Preventive treatment is way cheaper and way more comfortable than invasive procedures. It’s also advised to go for a checkup and scale and clean 6 monthly to keep all your teeth in check.
  • I have a hole in my teeth. What treatment do I need?
    When there is decay present and bacteria have not reach the pulp(nerve), the solution is to restore the tooth by filling it up. There are a few options: Most common would be composite filling which is tooth colored. Pros: Color blends in with your tooth Cons: There might be micro leakage in time to come and the filling needs to be replaced if bacteria goes under the filling Another common filling is Amalgam filling Pros: Strong and durable + cheaper Cons: Silver in color, mercury exposure Inlay/ Onlay Pros: Very aesthetically pleasing as it is done in the lab and looks like your natural teeth, long lasting Cons: More expensive Do consider and discuss with your dental professional what is best for you!
  • I have very sensitive teeth. What is the cause?
    Tooth sensitivity can be caused by multiple reasons. Decay Broken/Chipped/Crack tooth Brushing your teeth too hard Thin Enamel due to birth or environmental causes such as acidic diet, swimming etc Gum Recession etc Depending on what causes, different treatments and products are available to help reduce sensitivity. Products containing Flouride, casein phosphopeptide – amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP-ACP) are good in assisting with these sensations. Ask your dental professional for advice on what products and treatment is best for you!
  • Which denture is right for me?
    There are many different options to replace a missing tooth/ multiple teeth. One of them is dentures. It’s a cheaper option compared to other replacements. Here is a list of the different kinds of dentures: Acrylic Pros: Cheapest option Cons: Harbours plaque and bacteria the most, thick and harder to adapt, breaks easier than the rest Chrome(Metal) Pros: Harbours less plaque and bacteria, thin, conducts heat well, easier to adapt, harder to break Cons: More expensive Flexible denture Pros: Very small and easy to adapt, good for replacing single tooth or a few teeth, less likely to break Cons: Expensive and can’t be adjusted/repaired You may like to consult your dental professional on what’s best for you!
  • I want to do teeth whitening. Do you guys do it? What’s the difference from doing it at a beauty salon?
    Here’s what you need to know! Why we recommend getting your teeth whitened by a dental professional? We will check whether you are a suitable candidate for teeth whitening before proceeding. There are associated risks such as: Tooth sensitivity and damaging your teeth especially without dental supervision. It is safest and the most effective when done by a dental professional. After care is also super important! Just like a newly washed bleached shirt, you don’t want to pour soya sauce on it! Same for your teeth! Also to reduce sensitivity, we recommend using some products that will help with it👍 In office or take home whitening kit? Which treatment is suitable for you? Consult your dentist for more info!
  • My dentist told me to avoid acidic food and drinks as they cause erosion. How should I care for my teeth?
    Top few acidic food and drinks are: Wine, Beer, Fizzy drinks, Citrus fruits, Sour candies, Berries, Tomatoes.. The list goes on😔 To protect your teeth from wear, you can: Drink your fizzy drinks with a straw Rinse your mouth with tap water after consumption Only brush your teeth 30 mins after consumption Application of certain dental products
  • I have some black stains on my teeth.. but my dentist says it’s not necessary to do fillings yet. Do I just leave it?
    In some cases, decay can be prevented by sealing the grooves and pits of your teeth. Some of us have teeth that have deep grooves and pits thus cleaning those area can be challenging. Good news is that there is an option of preventing decay in these areas by sealing the grooves and pits of your teeth! Consult your dental professional for more advice! PS. No needles 💉 and it’s painless! Cheers to healthier teeth and a brighter smile 😃
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