Experience trouble eating with your dentures? Anxious about your dentures falling off while talking to others? Tired of the need to use denture adhesives?
Well, you are not alone – a recent survey has shown that 34% of the respondents who are also denture wearers feel that wearing dentures limit their ability to live life to the fullest.
However, the good news is that you have a choice – you can live life to the fullest, enjoy your favorite foods, speak with confidence and laugh freely without the fear of your dentures falling off. You can choose to experience the all-on-4 (all-on-four) treatment concept – a modern, practical and efficient solution for missing teeth on an entire jaw.Read More
Bone grafting is needed when there is a defect in the bone which occurs after long term tooth loss or traumatic tooth loss. Bone grafts prepare the jaw bone to accept dental implants or enhance the support around failing teeth. The procedure may be performed after the extraction of infected teeth in order to preserve the site for future implant placement. There are also times that bone is grafted to offer improved support for dentures.Read More
Braces enable those with crooked, protruding or uneven teeth to straighten their teeth for a beautiful smile. If you have gaps between your teeth, braces can close these gaps. Besides an improved smile, straight teeth also mean that brushing and flossing is a breeze, resulting in healthier teeth and gums. You will be able to chew better and improve your facial profile.Read More
Dental bridges, which are also known as fixed partial dentures, are used to replace one or more missing teeth and are attached to the adjacent natural teeth or dental implants.Read More
It is a myth that children’s teeth are not important as they will fall out anyway. The early introduction of dentistry to young children is an important primer for the child; how he/she perceives and responds to dentists early will influence them into adulthood.
Maintaining our teeth is a lifelong commitment we should instil in children early in life. When children are equipped with proper life skills and educated on making the right dietary choices, we can be certain they will enjoy eating, smiling and maintain good oral health throughout their lives.Read More
The outer surface of our teeth (tooth enamel) is the hardest substance in the human body, even stronger than our bones. However, due to wear and tear and/or accidents, your tooth can chip, crack (fracture) or even break.
When this happens, there can be no pain, or possibly pain when chewing, or when your tooth is exposed to very high or very low temperatures. Extensive cracks can lead to infection of the tooth’s pulp tissue, which can spread to the bone and gum surrounding the tooth. Early diagnosis and treatment is essential if you want to save your teeth. A cracked tooth that is not treated could be further damaged or become infected, possibly causing you to lose the tooth.
From tiny cracks that only affect the outer enamel to a root fracture, the treatment and outcome for your tooth depends on the type, location and extent of the crack. Depending on your condition, our dental specialists will be able to customize a solution to suit your needs. Click on the below to find out more:
According to a report published by The National Bureau of Research in the USA, women who grew up in areas where there was water fluoridation earned 4% more than those who did not live in such communities. The conclusion of the study was that these women were more likely to be affected by employer and consumer discrimination on the basis of their oral health.
Fluoride, which helps in the prevention of dental caries, has been added to Singapore’s water supply since 1957.
Composites are tooth-coloured materials which can be used to fix the shape and/ or colour of your teeth, for an extra boost to achieve that great smile.Read More
A smile is one of the prettiest things you can wear, and it does not take up any space in your closet. Give your smile a makeover with our array of options to enhance, brighten and beautify your teeth.
Cosmetic dentistry or aesthetic dentistry can make you look younger and boost your confidence. Besides looking good, a great smile will also help you eat and speak better.Read More
Mount Elizabeth Orchard
3 Mount Elizabeth, #08-03/04/10
Gleneagles Medical Centre
6 Napier Road, #07-17
Mon - Fri: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Sat: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Closed on Sundays/ Public Holidays
For urgent matters, please contact us directly at the emergency contact number on your dentist's card, or the Mount Elizabeth A&E department at (65) 6731-2218, or Gleneagles A&E department at (65) 6470-5700.