Established in 1997, the National Dental Centre Singapore is part of the SingHealth public healthcare cluster network of 3 hospitals, 5 specialty centres and 9 polyclinics. It is the main referral centre for patients needing specialist oral healthcare in Singapore.
The Centre aims to be a leading organization for quality oral healthcare. It aspires to deliver quality care to every patient through comprehensive, integrated clinical practices, innovation and lifelong learning. It provides a unique environment for dental professionals.
NDCS will be holding a public forum in conjunction with World Oral Health Day 2019 on 23 March 2019, Saturday, at 830 am.
- the importance of having a healthy smile from NDCS's team of specialists
- gain tips on how you can achieve it
- participate in panel discussion and consult NDCS speakers on any dental-related questions that you may have.
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NDCS and Dr Priscilla Lu, Associate Consultant at the Department of Orthodontics, is also hosting a free Q&A with DoctorxDentist on Braces and Jaw surgery - just head to the following link.
One of the main reasons people seek orthodontic or braces treatment is to improve their bite. For some, the cause of their bite problems lies beneath their teeth, in the jaw bones.
The word “orthognathic” means “pertaining to the normal relationship of the jaws”.
When there is disharmony in the way the jaws sit with respect to each other, orthognathic surgery is advised to achieve normal alignment of the jaws.
Dr Priscilla Lu, an Associate Consultant Orthodontist, from National Dental Centre Singapore explains.
DxD is proud to partner with National Dental to raise awareness about the importance of good oral health. To learn more about oral health and healthcare, head down to the National Dental Centre's public forum on dental care on 23 March 2019 to find out more.
In his/her early years, your child’s physical attributes will go through significant changes. One of the more prominent change would definitely be their teeth.
Dental issues might cause them a lot of pain and agony, but there are definitely ways to keep them under control.
Dr Elaine Tan, an experienced orthodontist from Singapore's National Dental Centre, has had plenty of experience with painful orthodontic problems and dental abnormalities in children.
She was featured on DxD Sessions and shed some light on concerns regarding early braces treatment in children. Here are some key takeaways.