Dr Geraldine Lee

BDS, MDS, MOrth, RCS, FAMS
(4 Reviews)

The Orthodontic Clinic

9 Scotts Road
Pacific Plaza
#08-02/03
Singapore 228210

Phone: 67373850
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About Dr Geraldine Lee

The clinical director and co-founder of the Orthodontic Clinic, Dr Geraldine Lee believes that everyone deserves a beautiful smile and enjoys working with her patients to achieve the smile they've always wanted. She has a keen interest in digital orthodontics to improve patient care and communiation, and is a key opinion leader for 3Shape, one of the leading intraoral scanners in the market. 

Education & Training

On top of being awarded the University Bronze Medal, she also graduated on the Dean's List from the National University of Singapore (NUS). She went on to pursue her Masters of Dental Surgery in Orthodontics (NUS) and obtained the Membership in Orthodontics of the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh, who awarded her Best Overseas Candidate.Dr  Lee stays active in the academic field by being a Clinical Lecturer to the Postgraduate Orthodontic programme at NUS as well as a Visiting Specialist at the National Dental Centre. She lectures both locally and regionally on digital advances in orthodontics.

Dr Lee has a myriad of experiences ranging from interceptive treatment for young children, conventional orthodontic treatment for children, teenagers and adults (metal, ceramic and self-ligating brackets), and surgical orthodontics for patients with facial and jaw deformities. She is also experienced in Lingual Braces and Invisalign™.

Memberships 

Dr Lee served as the President of the Association of Orthodontists (Singapore) (AOS), and has been an executive committee member of it since 2009. She retains a chair position at the Chapter of Orthodontics of the College of Dental Surgeons in Singapore, and is a member of the Dental Specialist Accreditation Committee for Orthodontics.

Education

  • BDS (Singapore)
  • MDS Orthodontics (Singapore)
  • MOrth RCS (Edinburgh, UK)
  • FAMS (Orthodontics)

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clapbangkiss
1 Dec 2018 | Report
My teeth are almost perfect now thanks to Dr. Lee! She is a fantastic doctor whom I highly recommend to anyone looking for an orthodontist. I had an overbite which has been corrected effectively and efficiently with braces thanks to her careful planning and recommendations. I'm g...
Adeysl
23 Mar 2018 | Report
Dr Lee was patient and professional throughout my entire treatment, as well as during all my post treatment follow up sessions. I am very happy with the results. I have and will continue to recommend friends to her, as well as my own kids when their need arises.
Prakash
20 Aug 2017 | Report
I come here for teeth straightening and braces. Dr. Geraldine is a very polite, gentle and friendly Dentist. From a dentist to a very good Friend. Never had any issue with booking appointment during the entire period of treatment. All her staffs are equally friendly and polite. T...
Hannah
19 Aug 2018 | Report

I came to see Dr Lee for orthodontic treatment. She was pleasant, very meticulous and patient. She was also competent in her field, and detailed in answering my queries.

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This Singaporean Orthodontist Shares The Most Important Things You Should Know About Invisalign
This Singaporean Orthodontist Shares The Most Important Things You Should Know About Invisalign

Invisalign is an effective way to straighten your teeth without the use of traditional braces. If you’re considering Invisalign, you’ve probably heard lots of different things about this relatively new alignment process. It seems like there are plenty of misconceptions surrounding it. 

Dr Geraldine Lee, an experienced orthodontist, wrote a useful guide on getting Invisalign for your teeth in Singapore. These are the most important things you need to know. 

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An Orthodontist's Complete Guide To Invisalign In Singapore (2019)
An Orthodontist's Complete Guide To Invisalign In Singapore (2019)

As an orthodontist over the past ten years, I’ve seen many Singaporeans with misconceptions about Invisalign and clear aligner treatment.

This guide tell will you all you need to know about Invisalign in Singapore, including perennial favourites such as:

  • How much you can expect to pay for Invisalign treatment in Singapore
  • The different types of Invisalign treatments available 
  • My opinion on the key differences between Invisalign and traditional braces (as someone who still uses both on a regular basis)
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Hi there, ClearPath is one of the aligner brands available in the market for orthodontic treatment. In general, aligner systems have their advantages and disadvantages compared to fixed braces to straighten your teeth. I have written an article comparing another bran...
4 Jul 2019
Hi, Yes you can most certainly wear retainers after a crown lengthening surgery, as long as the retainer does not impinge on the affected gums and area. Your orthodontist will be able to adjust your retainers easily for you. On the other hand, it would be advisable ...
9 Jul 2019
Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. As an orthodontist, I work closely with oral maxillofacial surgeons for patients requiring jaw surgeries. They handle the surgery and movement of the jaw, and we take care of the teeth alignment and the bite. These go hand in hand, rarely one without the other...
28 Jun 2019
Hi, I would strongly recommend braces or clear aligners to close that gap to give you the best possible and most aesthetic result. There are two main methods to close a gap in the front: 1) Place a tooth coloured filling on the sides of the neighbouring teeth to fill...
27 Apr 2019
Hi there, Angular cheilitis can be caused by many factors, which can be classified into these broad groups depending on their origin: 1) Infection - bacterial or fungal 2) Irritation - dentures, braces, or situations causing a pooling of saliva at the corners of ...
14 Apr 2019
Hi, Jaw surgery or orthognathic surgery is ideally performed when growth of the jaws have completed and no further changes to the jaws are expected. This age varies between males and females as well, as girls would reach puberty earlier than boys, hence they would ...
4 Jul 2019
Hi there, Thank you for your enquiry, sorry to hear that you are having a toothache. Based on your X-ray, you have 4 wisdom teeth, the 2 on the upper have erupted in a straight position, while the 2 on the bottom have insufficient space and have grown at a slanted angle otherwise known as imp...
30 Mar 2019
Hi there, It depends on some factors: 1) Size of your teeth compared with one another If your teeth are proportionately sized in comparison to each other, I would advise braces or aligners to close the gaps. The lateral incisors (the teeth beside the front 2 teeth) are comm...
24 Mar 2019
Hi there, In general, if the wisdom tooth is growing out properly as there is sufficient space in the jaw to accomodate it, and it is biting on the opposing wisdom tooth which has also grown out well, there is no need to remove it. Many people have impacted lower wisdom teeth (wisdom teeth tha...
30 Mar 2019
Hi there, Thank you for your enquiry. In general, if one wisdom tooth has been removed, we do advise removal of the opposing wisdom tooth as it then becomes non-functional and does not serve a useful purpose. When teeth are not biting on one another, they will keep growing and erupting mor...
30 Mar 2019
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Hi, I would strongly recommend braces or clear aligners to close that gap to give you the best possible and most aesthetic result. There are two main methods to close a gap in the front: 1) Place a tooth coloured filling on the sides of the neighbouring teeth to fill...
27 Apr 2019
Hi there, Angular cheilitis can be caused by many factors, which can be classified into these broad groups depending on their origin: 1) Infection - bacterial or fungal 2) Irritation - dentures, braces, or situations causing a pooling of saliva at the corners of ...
14 Apr 2019
Hi there, Thank you for your enquiry, sorry to hear that you are having a toothache. Based on your X-ray, you have 4 wisdom teeth, the 2 on the upper have erupted in a straight position, while the 2 on the bottom have insufficient space and have grown at a slanted angle otherwise known as imp...
30 Mar 2019
Hi there, Not to worry, as long as your braces are still on, your orthodontist or dentist will be able to realign the molar for you pretty easily. From the image, the rotation looks rather mild and should be easily corrected. Do let your orthodontist know, perhaps he/she is worki...
11 Mar 2019
Hi there, The purpose of extractions of teeth for braces treatment is usually to create space for: 1) de-crowding crooked teeth (crooked teeth need space to align) 2) correcting midlines of teeth that are off to one side 3) pushing teeth inwards if they are protruding ...
4 Mar 2019
A good friend of mine and periodontist (specialist in gum treatment), Dr Marlene Teo, wrote this excellent article on 5 ways to fix a gummy smile. Here's the link to the article - https://www.doctorxdentist.com/5-ways-fix-gummy-smile/ The treatment options would depend on the dia...
7 Feb 2019
The reason for your underbite is probably due to an imbalance between your jaws, and/or the position and angulation of your teeth. From your photos, your lower jaw does seem more forward than your upper, and it is also off to the right hand side. An imbalance of the jaws ...
2 Dec 2018
The decision to extract, or not to extract, for any case depends on several factors, such as the facial and lip profile (e.g. are the lips protruding?) the amount of overlap or crowding of the teeth, how much the teeth are flared forward with respect to the bone, etc. Patients ...
30 Nov 2018
Treatment planning of every patient requires detailed assessment of the facial profile and features, together with the intra-oral features, such as the amount of crowding present, and if the front teeth are flared forward, etc. Together with analysis of your X-rays, your o...
3 Sep 2018
Braces and Invisalign are all tools an orthodontist uses to treat patients. There are many factors which may lead to the decision of selecting one system over the other, such as cost, complexity of case, preference of the dentist for one system over the other (based on experience)...
5 Sep 2018
Based on your photos, I am unable to assess the extent of your overbite. I do notice you have a lower jaw deviation to the left of your face. Braces or orthodontic treatment can definitely correct the alignment of the teeth and improve your overbite issue. It will not b...
15 Jun 2018
Congratulations to you and your fiance on your engagement! I agree with Dr Eugene Chan on the importance of good oral health and regular visits to your orthodontist as the risk of tooth decay and gum disease increases. With braces on, it's undoubtedly more difficult to maintain...
4 May 2018
Thank you for your enquiry. As Dr Chan has advised, we can use different appliances to upright impacted molars. Your orthodontist can advise you on the various methods, pros and cons and pricing to assist you to make your decision. You may also need to remove the wisdom tooth b...
4 May 2018
I would recommend taking an X-Ray to check on a few matters: 1) If your son has all his permanent teeth and to assess their stage of development. The upper front teeth usually erupt around 7 years of age. Early removal of the baby teeth means that your son will be without hi...
2 May 2018
Thank you for your enquiry. Orthodontic treatment can most certainly correct your over-crowding issue. I am unable to assess your case in detail based on the images provided, and I would also need proper Xrays to assess the relationship of your teeth to the jaws. Nonetheless,...
1 May 2018
Thank you for your enquiry. Unfortunately I would have to agree with Drs Lim and Toh, it would be best to treat both upper and lower jaws for overbite correction. A increased overbite, which is what you present with, is an increased overlap of the upper and lower teeth. The ideal...
18 Mar 2018
Thank you for sharing your photo. It does seem that a combination of orthodontics (braces) together with orthognathic surgery (jaw surgery) would be the ideal treatment for you. For the braces treatment, most clinics would require a downpayment to cover some material cost once the...
20 Feb 2018
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