Yes. For new appointments, we recommend contacting us via phone call or message on WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. We do this to save you time and ensure that you won’t be waiting too long if we have patients during your walk-in. Alternatively, you can walk into a branch near you.
If you need to change an existing appointment, please call our clinic branch hotline or message us on social media.
For new patients, we suggest you come 5-10 minutes earlier for registration.
For new patients, kindly bring your NRIC/FIN/Driver’s license for registration purposes.
For regular dental checkup it will be 10-20 minutes.
The average orthodontic treatment falls somewhere between 16-18 months, but can sometimes take as long as 24 months, or even more. Be wary of promises from anyone who says you can have a straight smile in only six months. While some patients may think they only need to close a gap, treatment in less than six months is fairly rare.
Teeth whitening isn’t permanent. It can last from a few months to up to 3 years – it varies from person to person. The whitening effect won’t last as long if you smoke or drink red wine, tea or coffee, which can all stain your teeth.
Technically speaking, it have several type of dentures.
You no longer have to feel self-conscious about whether or not the dentures will fall out while you’re trying to eat or talk. The implants will look and feel like your natural teeth, too. There is no more reason to suffer with the many problems that loose dentures can pose.
After scaling & polishing, teeth can appear lighter if there are many stains on the outer surface of the teeth. If the intrinsic colour of teeth is very yellow, there will be no changes after teeth cleaning as the yellow colour comes from inside the tooth.
Dentists generally advise patients to revisit for check-ups in a period of every six months. This is usually because a timeframe of six months seems to be the best time to detect the chances of any possible dental health problems.
When a dentist gives you a filling, he or she first removes the decayed tooth material, cleans the affected area, and then fills the cleaned out cavity with a filling material.
No, despite what you may have imagined, you having nothing to worry about. Having a tooth extracted, whether surgically or not, should not hurt. Usually you’ll feel a slight pinch as the area is numbed using anesthetic, then after this you will not be able to feel the procedure
Dental implants are the permanent restoration for missing teeth and have higher longevity than other teeth replacement solutions. As it performs like the natural teeth and restore the chewing forces, smile aesthetics and preserve the underlying bone in the jaw. Dental implants can improve your quality of life and give you back foods you thought you’d never get to eat again.
It is free and there is no hidden charge for consultation. But, you may need to make a payment if you decide to do any treatment after the consultation.