Dr. Daylene Leong

Education

  • Dental degree – National University of Singapore (2006)
  • Specialty training in Periodontology, University of Michigan, USA (2011)

Fellowships/Specialty Boards

  • Diplomate, American Board of Periodontology
  • Diplomate, International Congress of Oral Implantologists

Professional Activities

  • Clinical Tutor, National University of Singapore
  • Honorary General Secretary, Society of Periodontology (Singapore)
  • Member, American Association of Periodontology
  • Member, Academy of Osseointegration
  • Co-authored several papers in peer-reviewed journals
  • Ad-hoc reviewer, International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, Clinical Oral Implants Research and Journal of Periodontal Research
  • Formerly part-time clinical instructor, Undergraduate Dental Clinics, University of Michigan
  • Formerly part-time clinical instructor at Nanyang Polytechnic’s Dental Hygiene and Therapy Program
  • Formerly, Board Member, Singapore Dental Health Foundation
  • Invited speaker at dental conferences in Singapore
  • Recipient of the Inaugural Dr Benson Duff Graduate Periodontics Memorial Scholarship Award, University of Michigan
  • Recipient of the National University of Singapore Alumni Bursary Award/li>
  • Dean’s Lister and Medalist, South East Asia Association for Dental Education
  • President’s Girl Guide

Community work

  • Formerly actively involved in community services as volunteer with several dental health screening campaigns both locally and regionally

Conferences/Other News

  • April 2013 – Lecture on dental implants for Straumann
  • March 2013 – Presentation on “Long term complications of endosseous dental implants” at the Dental Study Club of Mount Elizabeth Hospital
  • November 2012 – Talk on “Diabetes and Periodontal Diseases” in conjunction with World Diabetes Day on behalf of the Society for Periodontology

Media Interviews

Videos

Blog Post

Prime Magazine, February - March 2014 issue: “Will dental caries cause bad breath?” Prime Magazine, February – March 2014 issue: “Will dental caries cause bad breath?”

"There is no scientific link between huge gaps between teeth and bad breath. However, sometimes food can get trapped...

Dentist Blog: Living longer and better (with dental implants) Dentist Blog: Living longer and better (with dental implants)

It was reported in a Straits Times article on September 25, 2012 that the number of centurians has hit a new high in Japan, with some 51,376 people over the age of 100 living in Japan...

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Our Awards & Achievements

Winner
IMTJ Medical Travel Awards 2014

Best Healthcare Experience
Singapore Experience Awards 2012

Winner, "Promising Brands"
Singapore Prestige Brand Award 2011

Diamond Partner
Nobel Biocare

Platinum Elite Provider
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