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BDS , MSc, PhD, FAM

Specialist Dental Group

Mt. Elizabeth Medical Centre #08-03/04/10 3 Mount Elizabeth, S228510

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Dr. Steven Soo is a Specialist in Prosthodontics (Teeth Replacement & Cosmetic Dentistry) at Specialist Dental Group®. He was formerly a Clinical Lecturer at the Eastman Dental Institute and Clinical Teacher at the GKT Dental Institute, both of which are affiliated with the University of London.

Dr Soo was also a Specialty Dentist in Implant Prosthodontics at King’s College Dental Hospital and an Overseas Registration Examiner while maintaining a successful private practice in Fitzroy Square, Central London. Dr. Soo received his dental training from the University of Liverpool and his specialty training in Prosthetic Dentistry from the Eastman Dental Institute, University of London. He also completed his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Dental Biomaterials at the GKT Dental Institute, University of London.

While in dental school, Dr Soo was the Recipient of the Maclean’s Prize in Orthodontics and the Academy of Dental Materials Student Award. Dr Soo has given numerous academic presentations on complex implant prosthodontics cases. He has authored various scientific publications and continues to maintain a research interest at the Eastman Dental Institute as an Honorary Clinical Lecturer. He has a special interest in prosthetic and implant restorative dentistry.

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ASK DR STEVEN SOO: CROWNS, BRIDGES & VENEERS

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If you have damaged or decayed teeth, you can consider getting dental prosthetics like crowns, bridges, or veneers to fix them. 

Join Dr Steven Soo, an experienced prosthodontist, as he hosts a QnA Session where he answers all your questions on crowns, bridges and veneers. 

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Dear Sng, Surface tea and coffee stains are easily removed by simple scaling and polishing. In our clinic, we also use mild water-borne abrasion as it is very effective and can clean difficult to reach areas with no damage to the tooth enamel. Intrinsic or deeper yellow discolou...
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Hi Camillia, Crowns, bridges, and veneers are different types of prosthetic solutions . Crowns cover the whole tooth to strengthen and improve the appearance (colour and shape), bridges replace missing teeth and often consist of several crowns linked together attached to the...
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Hi Gui Fang, The treatment options available depends on the size of your gap. A small gap can be closed using braces or white (composite) fillings. A medium gap can be closed with braces, white fillings or crowns. A large gap (the size of a tooth) can be closed with braces and p...
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Hi Richard, Providing a crown is generally a two visit procedure. The first visit will take approximately one hour to prepare the tooth and make an impression. During preparation of the tooth, you will be given some local anaesthesia to numb your tooth and gum tissue...
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Hi Jeremy, Crowns should last approximately 10 years if maintained well and not abused (i.e. biting very hard things). Therefore, it is important to take good care of them so that they can last as long as possible. Refer to this question for tips on how to care for your denta...
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Hi Clifford, Here are two simple tips I give to all my patients with regards to caring for their dental bridge/crown: 1 . Treat it as if it were your own natural tooth. Brush two times a day for at least two minutes each, floss at least once a day and visit a dentist two tim...
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Hi Qing Ying, There are two basic types – gold or porcelain (ceramic). Gold is very hard wearing and good for patients who have a partially heavy bite or habit to grind their teeth. Unfortunately, the colour is not to everyone’s liking. Zirconia (ceramic) crowns a...
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Hi Jacintha, Providing a crown necessitates some tooth preparation by drilling. As the tooth has a nerve, this can cause transient pain/sensitivity. However, if the discomfort is more severe and longer lasting, you are recommended to call your prosthodontist/dentist for an evalu...
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Hi Nurul, In Singapore, the cost of dental crowns generally ranges from $700 to $3,000. The cost varies widely depending on material, laboratory costs, clinician chosen and clinical time spent. The fees from a Prosthodontist (crown specialist) will be naturally higher to r...
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Hi Ruby, Medisave can be used for certain surgical procedures only. As crowns, veneers and dental bridges do not require involve surgery, patients are unable to use Medisave to cover part of their treatment fee.
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