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Ultimately, traditional tooth borne bridges are still a viable choice in some situations, however, dental implants now offer the possibility of having natural, comfortable and stable long term teeth replacements without the need for further tooth destruction.Read More
“Patients who are aesthetically conscious and do not want the ‘Ugly Betty’ look can now be treated with ‘invisible’ aligners and start smiling with more confidence. Invisalign is a series of transparent aligners that move the teeth over a period of time,” Dr Eugene Chan says
“The ceramic braces that we provide at Specialist Dental Group are the latest design and offer patients a more aesthetic option and are much more comfortable than some other ceramic braces available,” says Dr EideRead More
Ezyhealth Magazine, July 2013 issue: "Pain and Locking Episodes – Signs and symptoms of TMJ Disorder" (zh)
TEMPORARY JOINT DISORDER (TMD, TMJ Disorder or Jaw Joint Disorder) is a common condition which affects the jaw joints (TMJ) and the muscles and structures around the joint. Most people know someone who has suffered from this disorder. There are many contributory factors to TMJ Disorder, such as chronic pain syndrome, psychological factors, muscle over-activity, and dental malocclusion (improper bite). In this article, Dr Steven Soo shares with you in more detail on treatment options available for TMJ.Read More
Halitosis can be transient, as you’ve probably noticed from your partner’s morning yawn. When we sleep, less oxygen flows through the mouth. This allows bacteria to multiply and give off a bad smell, explains Dr Daylene Leong, dental surgeon from Specialist Dental Group Singapore.Read More
The Straits Times, Service Excellence, April 8, 2013: “All smiles at dental group as service gets a boost” (zh)
The patient is regarded as the boss at Specialist Dental Group, so staff have every incentive to do their best to provide good service.
All these initiatives help ensure the patient experience is positive. As Dr Cheng mentions: “We are not treating the teeth, we are treating the person.”
Dr Neo notes: “It’s a human nature. When patients are happy and have a positive experience, we feel more satisfied. “You want to work in an environment where you feel appreciated. That’s the intangible benefit.”Read More
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