Our Services

Scaling & Polishing

SCALING & POLISHING
Fillings

FILLINGS
Braces & Invisalign

BRACES & INVISALIGN®
Whitening

WHITENING
Extractions

EXTRACTIONS
Wisdom Tooth Surgery

WISDOM TOOTH SURGERY
Gum Treatment

GUM TREATMENT
Root Canal Treatment

ROOT CANAL TREATMENT
Crowns & Bridges

CROWNS & BRIDGES
Dental Implants

DENTAL IMPLANTS
Dentures

DENTURES
Pain Management

PAIN MANAGEMENT

Scaling & Polishing

Scaling & Polishing

 

Who doesn’t love the feel of squeaky, clean teeth? With scaling and polishing, plaque and calculus build-up are gently removed professionally to reveal a whiter and brighter smile and healthier gums. Even with regular brushing and flossing, build-up still occurs, resulting in gum inflammation and dental decay. Hence, it is recommended that everyone should have scaling and polishing done every 6 months to ensure their teeth and gums are in the best of health. Plagued by coffee, tea or tobacco stains? Time to book an appointment for a clean!

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Fillings

Fillings

 

Drill and fill? Dentistry is actually a lot more than that! Even though the most common reason for getting fillings done are due to dental decay, fillings are also used in a preventive manner to seal up deep notches and grooves on the surfaces of your teeth to reduce food trapping, and also to restore teeth that have been chipped or broken due to trauma or accidents. Natural-looking tooth-coloured fillings can be used to close up noticeable gaps in the teeth, or to reshape your teeth, giving you a new, balanced smile.

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Braces & Invisalign

Braces & Invisalign®

 

Also known as orthodontics, the art and science of straightening teeth has been traditionally associated with metal brackets and wires. In recent years, self-ligating brackets have gained popularity due to their ability to move teeth faster and for using lighter forces, which translates to shorter treatment time and greater comfort for patients. However, if you prefer having your teeth straightened without any visible wires and brackets, then Invisalign® may be the solution for you. Using a series of clear aligners which have been carefully calibrated, you can achieve a great smile without anyone knowing that you’re having braces done!

Click here to see our price for braces, specially for students below the age of 18!

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Whitening

Whitening

 

Do you find your teeth yellowish even after scaling and polishing? You may want to have them whitened! Whitening uses medical-grade bleaching agents to remove deeper stains and can be done as a chair-side in-office procedure, followed by a take home kit which includes a pair of customised mouth trays and bleaching gels. However, it is always best to have an examination and a round of cleaning done first before deciding if your teeth are suitable for whitening, as whitening does not work on existing restorations and in the presence of active decay and gum disease.

Click here for prices for our whitening procedures!

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Extractions

Extractions

 

For any tooth with extensive decay or great mobility, or which is unrestorable, extraction may be the only possible treatment in order to remove a potential source of pain and infection. Extractions are seldom painful, contrary to popular belief, since local anaesthesia is administered prior to an extraction. Even so, let this be the last resort by taking good care of your teeth!

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Wisdom Tooth Surgery

Wisdom Tooth Surgery

 

Wisdom teeth are the last four teeth to erupt, and 7 out of 10 adults1 will have at least one impacted wisdom tooth, which traps food and causes decay and gum infections. An impacted wisdom tooth is a potential source of pain and misery, and surgical removal may be your best solution. Worried about the cost of the surgery? As long as you have a CPF account, we can deduct the cost of the surgery directly from your Medisave account.

Click here to read more about whether your wisdom teeth needs to be removed.

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Gum Treatment

Gum Treatment

 

Suffering from loose teeth, or swollen and bleeding gums? You may have gum disease where calculus formation deep inside your gums is causing bone loss and gum recession. As such, you will need a deep clean to remove these harmful build-ups in order to allow your gums to heal properly. Gum treatment may require multiple sessions depending on the severity of the condition, and will be done under local anaesthesia to minimise discomfort. At the end of the day, gum treatment goes hand-in-hand with good oral hygiene, so click here to read more about why it is important to brush your teeth well!

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Root Canal Treatment

Root Canal Treatment

 

Afflicted with a toothache which is keeping you up at night and affecting your life? Instead of extracting the offending tooth, you can have the source of your pain treated without losing your tooth! Every tooth has a pulp containing nerves and blood vessels, and in the event of a large decay, cracked tooth or trauma, the pulp becomes inflamed and causes an intensive pain unlike any other. Root canal treatment essentially de-nerves the tooth, eliminating the source of your pain and infection and allowing your tooth to be retained. Done under local anaesthesia, root canal treatment can be virtually painless.

Click here to read more about this procedure.

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Crown

Crowns

 

A crown is a special restoration which covers the entire tooth structure above the gum and is necessary when the tooth is broken down, cracked or root canal-treated. A crown can be entirely metal for durability, or made of porcelain to mimic a natural tooth appearance.

Click here to read more about cracked tooth syndrome, which requires crowning.

Bridges

Bridges

 

A bridge is one method to replace missing teeth, and is essentially made up of multiple crowns fused together. The most common type of bridge is a 3-unit bridge, where the middle missing tooth is supported by the two adjacent crowned teeth. Like crowns, your bridge can be made from metal or porcelain, or a combination of metal and porcelain, depending on which teeth are affected and their visibility when you smile.

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Dental Implants

Dental Implants

 

A dental implant consists of a medical-grade titanium fixture which is surgically embedded into your jaw bone and carries a crown. In healthy patients, dental implants are expected to last beyond 10 years, and is a popular and reliable method to replace missing teeth as it feels and looks like a tooth. In situations where there is insufficient bone to support the implant, bone grafting may be necessary with additional visits and time. Ultimately, implant placement must be done only after proper treatment planning, so it is always best to have a consultation done first together with the necessary X-rays or 3D scans, before deciding if an implant is the right choice for you. And since implants require surgery, the costs can be partially claimed from Medisave.

Click here to read more about dental implants.

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Dentures

Dentures

 

The most economical way to replace multiple missing teeth, dentures are made of tough acrylic (plastic), or from cobalt-chrome metal for added durability. Dentures are also good as temporary replacement for missing teeth while undergoing implant placement. First-time denture wearers will find the altered taste and speech a challenging phase to overcome, but once they have adapted to wearing dentures, they can become quite comfortable and remain a reliable method to restore your smile and bite!

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Pain Management

Dental Pain Management

 

Dental pain has many possible causes, the two most common being pulp inflammation caused by decay and gum infections. The most important thing is to see a dentist as soon as possible, and to establish the correct diagnosis in order to have the correct treatment done. Waiting for the pain to disappear on its own is rarely a solution, so don’t suffer any longer by delaying your appointment!

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