New Patients

All new patients are welcome. With every new patient, after getting information on your past dental problems and treatment, we conduct a visual examination and chart the condition of the teeth on our dental software. We also assess the health of your gums. We may take x-rays to obtain a more accurate assessment of any problem and highlight any pressing issues. Our dentist will discuss with the patient the situation and if necessary, provide options for different treatment plans. Emergency patients will be attended to on the same day whenever possible. Otherwise, we will assist you over the telephone and liaise with the pharmacist if medication is needed.

General Dentistry 

We strongly emphasise the importance of preventative care and we encourage all patients to have a 6 monthly check-up.  Early detection of problems can eliminate the need for extensive dental treatment later. We conduct routine check-ups which includes and examination and, if required, x-rays and routine scale and clean. Our dentists provide advice on how to restore and maintain oral health, especially regarding conditions of the gums.

Cosmetic Surgery

Minor treatments can improve the appearance of the patient’s teeth which in some cases can raise the patient’s confidence and self-esteem.


A veneer is a thin layer of material that is overlaid on the outside of an existing tooth.  Veneer is especially effective in situations when there is some discolouring of the tooth, or there is a minor misalignment of the teeth.  There are different materials that can be used for this purpose.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is becoming increasingly popular.  We provide a custom-made kit that fits your teeth perfectly to make the process more effective.


We provide orthodontic treatment using Invisalign. This is an alternative to wearing traditional metal braces.  The patient is fitted with a removable, clear, plastic teeth aligner which is barely visible as compared to braces.  A series of aligners are used to gradually move the teeth into desired positions

Correct teeth position is important to provide a proper bite and improve food chewing

Crowns and Bridges

Crown involves cementing a tooth-shaped material to a damaged tooth to provide more strength and improve its functionality.  The material may be porcelain, ceramic or precious metal.  Using a matching colour on the crown can also improve aesthetics. We use One Visit Crown, OVC, a more affordable alternative to the conventional method.  A bridge involves attaching an artificial tooth to the gap created by a missing tooth.  The artificial tooth is permanently attached to the natural teeth on either side to blend in with the existing teeth to give a natural appearance.  A bridge can have more than one tooth. 


Dental implants are a permanent solution to a missing tooth.  The procedure involves inserting a titanium post into the jawbone to provide a stable base.  A tooth crown is then attached to the post. Implants are stable and long-lasting.  They enable you to retain your natural face shape.

Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment (endodontics) is necessary when the soft tissue inside the tooth (dental pulp) is damaged.  The damage may have been caused by decay, injury, gum disease or repeated dental work.  With the treatment, the patient’s tooth can be saved. The treatment involves drilling a tiny hole in the centre of the tooth to remove the pulp.  The cavity is then sanitised and filled with sterile material.  Sometimes a crown is applied to cap the tooth  

Wisdom Teeth Extractions

Wisdom teeth are the innermost molars in the mouth.  Wisdom teeth emerge much later than the rest of the teeth.  Wisdom teeth provide little functional benefits and often can cause problems as they impact on other teeth.  Being further in the mouth, they are not easy to clean and can trap food leading to decay. If wisdom teeth create problems, our dentist will recommend that they be removed by extractions.


A denture is an economical option to replace a missing tooth or a row of missing teeth.  The procedure involves taking an impression of the remaining teeth and then making the denture attach to the remaining teeth to hold it in position.  Dentures may be made of metal, acrylic or Valplast, a type of thermoplastic. We make the plaster model of your teeth from the impression on the premise so we can be more certain of the specifications.  Once the denture has been made, we will make adjustments to ensure the patient feels comfortable with the fit and is able to chew properly

Mouth Guards

Mouthguards are especially important in contact sports.  They provide protection to the teeth in any collision.