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BDS, MSc, FAM, FRCD(C), Diplomate, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry

Thomson Specialist Dentistry

8 Sinaran Drive

#06-04/05/06/07

Novena Specialist Center Singapore 307470

 

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Dr Chng is a Board Certified Paediatric Dentist. Valedictorian of her graduating class at the National University of Singapore, she was twice placed on the Dean's List and picked up numerous University Medals. Quick to identify her love for working with children, she pursued a diploma in Child Psychology after graduation which cemented her life-long decision to serve the paediatric population.

Receiving a scholarship from the Ministry of Health, she furthered her training at the University of Toronto, Canada where she received the Richard C. Pugh Achievement Award and was awarded the Dr Keith Titley Paediatric Dental Graduate Training Scholarship. She is currently the only paediatric dentist in Singapore to be dually Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and the Royal College of Dentists of Canada.

Prior to joining private practice, she served as an Associate Consultant at National Dental Centre of Singapore where she gained valuable experience. Her main goal as a paediatric dentist is to provide kids with the best level of care whilst in a safe and friendly environment. She particularly enjoys guiding anxious children towards developing an excitement for their dental visits. Combined with a bubbly personality, she simply loves getting to know her patients and their parents and growing together with them.

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Meet The Expert: Dr Tabitha Chng

Meet Dr Tabitha Chng, the most cheerful paediatric dentist who loves children. She has been creating beautiful smiles for children over a decade!

Before she decided on a specialisation, she was certain that she didn't want treat children. However, a chance encounter with a child patient in her 3rd year changed her perspective. 

Through that experience, she realised that she really enjoyed treating children. To her, there's nothing more satisfying than being able to see these children smile, laugh, and grow. 

Watch the video to get to know this passionate doctor and learn more about paediatric dentistry. 

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The Complete Guide To Seeing A Paediatric Dentist In Singapore (2018)

As a paediatric dentist, I’ve found that parents often mistakenly believe that it’s unnecessary to bring their children to see the dentist.

I’ve put together this reference guide about paediatric dentistry in Singapore to help you understand how it plays an important role in serving your child’s dental needs. 

It provides an overview of topics such as:

  • Differences between a paediatric dentist and general dentist in Singapore
  • How to best prepare your child for his/her first appointment
  • How to find the best paediatric dentist in Singapore 
  • Cost of seeing a paediatric dentist in Singapore 
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Ask Dr Tabitha Chng: All About Baby Teeth

When should you start brushing your baby’s teeth? What should you use to clean your baby's teeth? When can your baby do it on his/her own? When should you start taking your child to the dentist? 

If these questions are troubling you, join Dr Tabitha Chng as she hosts a free QnA session. She will be answering all your questions on baby teeth. 

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