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National Dental Centre

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.

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Patient care is delivered through 3 clinical departments. Our specialists work in multi-disciplinary teams, managing patients with simple and complex dental or oro-facial problems. The Centre offers sub-specialty services in Dento-facial Deformities Management and Oral & Craniofacial implants.

The Centre functions primarily as a referral centre for patients requiring specialist attention. It attends to over 600 patients daily. Referrals come from the network of primary care polyclinics, public sector hospitals, School Dental Service, the Singapore Armed Forces and from the private sector.

The Centre’s specialists also work closely with doctors from other specialist institutions including the National Cancer Centre Singapore, National Heart Centre Singapore and the Singapore National Eye Centre to provide multi-disciplinary care for patients with complex conditions.

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17 Sep 2018

Encountered various incidents here.
1) inexperienced dentist for my root canal done here
2) unhygienic procedure- using the suction to wipe blood in the needle and re-used the same needle for my root canal. I feedback to them after the treatment regarding this issue.
3) level 1 receptionist who told me I should not come to her to enquire
4) had my wisdom tooth surgery here and didn't recover even after 5days. Came for a follow-up and counter staff wasn't convinced that I was in pain
5) dentist who performed the surgery was not available for a follow-up. So I was treated as a walk-in patient and waited to see any available dentists. Happened twice. Waiting time in 2-4hrs.

17 Sep 2018

Waiting time to get an appointment for any dentistry work done can be from 4 to 12 months. Dentists and staffs are generally helpful and approachable.

However, they don't really follow strictly on the appointment time. Thus, expect longer waiting time at the clinic of at least a couple of hours.

FYI: Majority of the dental officers are young. They will consult their senior doctors only when they need advice. 

Hi Camillia, Any recognised orthodontist would have gone through rigorous training in the field of orthodontics and would be adequate to treat your child. You can look up the Association of Orthodontists website ( www.aos.org.sg ) to look for recognised orthodontists. There&r...
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Hi Genevive, Your child can still continue to play sports, including soccer. Wearing braces shouldn’t stop him from playing soccer especially if that’s his passion! Patients can still continue to play sports even with braces treatment. The only risk is that when t...
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Hi Reena, As braces treatment is an elective procedure, Medisave cannot be used to pay for it. Dr Elaine Tan Consultant, Department of Orthodontics National Dental Centre Singapore
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Hi Berthina, The price ranges from $3,500 to $4,800 at National Dental Centre Singapore for routine braces treatment for patients in permanent dentition This does not include the extractions of teeth. The price range varies at different clinics in Singapore. It does sound l...
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Hi Yen Wan, Braces treatment is used for the correction of teeth and jaw malalignment. Not all teeth and jaw malalignment requires treatment. Braces treatment is usually an elective procedure, whereby the choice of undergoing treatment is dependent on the child and parents. At...
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Hi Steph, At age 5, your child would just be beginning to transit to adult teeth and may have a mixture of small baby teeth and larger adult teeth. The adult teeth may also grow from the tongue side on the lower jaw and slowly drift forwards to its final destination. Having tw...
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Hi Sasha, You are quite right about the fact that most of the time orthodontists will only start full braces treatment when a child has all their adult teeth present. However, every child is different and there exists certain conditions where early management may help to prev...
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