About Us

Established originally as an Orthodontic Centre for both adults and children, various aspects of restorative dentistry like crowns, bridges, implants, veneers and bleaching were added to complement the Centre’s repertoire of aesthetic services. To cater to the growing demand of our patients, other adjunctive services like oral surgery and children dentistry were also made available so as to be a one-stop multi-disciplinary aesthetic centre.

Conveniently located in the heart of Orchard Road at Wheelock Place, our dental centre is easily accessible by public transport as well as by car. Parking is also available within and around Wheelock Place.

We are an approved dental practice under the following schemes.

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Patients who are Singaporeans or Permanent Residents (PRs) are eligible to use their Medisave to pay for surgical dental procedures such as:

  • Removal of wisdom or impacted teeth
  • Implant surgery
  • Crown lengthening
  • Bone graft and sinus lift procedures

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Baby Bonus

Introduced in April 2001 under the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF), parents can tap on their child's Children Development Account (CDA) funds to pay for the child's and/or his/her sibling's dental treatment via the CDA NETS Card. Birth certs of both the child and his/her sibling(s) will need to be presented at point of registration for verification should the CDA funds is used by the sibling(s).

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Community Health Assisted Scheme (CHAS)

Singapore citizens from lower and middle-income households, who are Health Assist card holders (Blue or Orange), are able to enjoy dental services at a subsidised rate. The card holder must present his/her CHAS card and NRIC at point of registration.

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Pioneer Generation (PG)

Introduced by the Singapore government to honour our pioneers for their hardwork and dedication to the country, Singaporeans born on or before 31 December 1949 are eligible for PG card which entitles them to special subsidies at CHAS approved clinics. The card holder must present his/her PG card and NRIC at point of registration.

Meet Our Team

Our clinicians, together with our trained dental assistants, are committed to providing quality aesthetic dental care at affordable rates in a clean and sterile environment to maximize infection control yet at the same time, promote a friendly and relaxing atmosphere to help our patients feel at ease.

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Dr Chong Kim Cheong

B.D.S (Singapore)
M.D.S (Orthodontics)
M Ortho RCS (Edinburgh)
FDS RCS (Edinburgh)

An Orthodontist, Dr Chong Kim Cheong obtained his Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) in 1997 from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and completed his orthodontic specialty training in 2002 at the Graduate School of Dental Studies, NUS and National Dental Centre (NDC), acquiring both his Masters of Dental Surgery (MDS) in Orthodontics and the Membership in Orthodontics (M Orth RCS) by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Dr Chong has particular interest in surgical orthognatic management.

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Dr Aidan Yeo

B.D.S (Singapore)
M.D.S (Oral Maxillofacial Surgery)
F.R.A.C.D.S (Australia), F.A.M.S

An Oral Maxillofacial Surgeon, Dr Aidan Yeo obtained his Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) in 1997 from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and completed his Masters of Dental Surgery (MDS) in Oral Maxillofacial Surgery in 2001. He was also admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons in the same year. Specialised in oral & orthognatic surgeries and dental implants, Dr Yeo has also received training in maxillofacial trauma, oral pathology and oral medicine.

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Dr Noah Teo

B.D.S (Singapore)
M.D.S (Oral Maxillofacial Surgery)

An Oral Maxillofacial Surgeon, Dr Noah Teo obtained his Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) in 2003 from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and completed his Masters of Dental Surgery (MDS) in Oral Maxillofacial Surgery in 2010. In addition, he also received training in cranio-maxillofacial trauma and post traumatic reconstruction under the MOH HDMP. His scope of clinical work includes jaw realignment surgery, wisdom teeth and dental implant & bone grafting surgery.

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Ms Lee Qi En

Oral Health Therapist

Ms Lee attained her Diploma in Dental Hygiene & Therapy from Singapore Nanyang Polytechnic in 2016. As an Oral Health Therapist, she works alongside with our dental specialists in providing quality oral hygiene care to our patients. Proficient in English and Mandarin, Ms Lee strives to understand the needs of every individual and gives appropriate oral care instructions. She is an advocate for good oral health and is passionate about educating patients on proper oral hygiene care.

Frequently Asked Questions

Besides improving one's appearance and enhancing one's self esteem, braces help to overcome brushing, speech and/or chewing difficulties. Poorly aligned teeth are difficult to keep clean and often give rise to gum problems and decay.
You can start braces treatment after all the primary (or milk) teeth have changed to permanent ones. Adults can also benefit from braces treatment, not just children.
Our orthodontist will first examine the general condition of your gums, teeth and jaws. Essential information such as costs, types and estimated duration of treatment will also be explained by the orthodontist. With the consent of the patient, X-rays will be taken for a more detailed diagnosis.
Many people are concerned about the pain and attention brought about by wearing braces. Do expect some discomfort in the initial 1-2 weeks (although individual experience varies from minimal to moderate levels of aching, discomfort or inability to bite) but subsequently you should be able to eat almost as per normal. Do expect some discomfort after each subsequent adjustment. We do advise patients to go on an initial soft diet e.g. porridge, soup.
The likelihood of a relapse depends on the severity of the initial problem or malocclusion. The greater the severity, the greater the relapse tendency. That is why retainers are made after the braces are removed so as to hold the teeth in their new position. The use of retainers after braces will help prevent a relapse especially for the first two years after completing treatment. However, as teeth do move throughout life, we do advise our patients to continue their retainer wear at nights for life or for as long as they want to maintain their results.
Clear aligners are a series of custom-made, clear removable appliances used to move teeth in small increments. They look almost invisible and do not affect daily brushing routine. They are ideal for people who are concerned with aesthetic during the course of treatment.
Clear aligners work well for people with mild teeth misalignment, spaces between teeth or in the case of a braces relapse due to a lack of retainer wear.
Our orthodontist will first assess the suitability of your teeth condition for clear aligners. Next, a dental impression of your teeth is taken and treatment plan explained & generated by the orthodontist using 3D dental software followed by 3D printing in a dental lab.
For an effective and successful treatment, one needs to wear the aligners for at least 20-22 hours a day, adhere to proper care of aligners, visit the orthodontist every 4 to 6 weeks for review and wear retainers to maintain results upon treatment completion.
Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, usually erupt during late teenage years to young adulthood. Most people have four wisdom teeth with the exception of some. Partially erupted wisdom teeth tend to cause food trap resulting in decay and sometimes affecting the tooth next to it. Sometimes the gums around it get infected as it traps food and becomes impossible to clean. Such infections become serious over time.
The upper wisdom teeth can usually be removed by extraction. Wisdom teeth that require surgical procedures are those that erupt in an awkward angle because of insufficient space in the jaw (usually the lower).
Yes, our dental centre is Medisave accredited hence usage of Medisave funds is allowed for surgical dental procedures.
Wisdom teeth removal usually takes about 30 minutes to an hour. Medication including painkillers, antibiotics and antiseptic mouth rinse will be prescribed to the patient. Pain and swelling at the surgery site is to be expected over the next few days hence it is advisable to rest at home and refrain from any strenuous activities.
The other risks patients have to go consider is the possible injury to nerves that give sensation to the teeth and lip and the tongue. Our surgeons are all trained to look for such pitfalls and will advice accordingly. Depending on the position of the wisdom tooth, damage to the neighbouring teeth needs to be considered too.

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