GERIATRIC & SPECIAL NEEDS
We visit retirement villages, special care institutions and various organisations to give oral health care presentations and hands-on workshops
We pay attention to all our patient’s specific needs and believe that caring for the carers is equally important.
We take extra care to ensure child patients develop positive dental experiences.
It is recommended that preschool children start annual dental checkups as soon as you see baby teeth. Baby teeth should start to appear around 6 months. Early dental check-ups help develop your child’s confidence in the dental environment as well as identifying potential diet and oral hygiene problems that can potentially cause tooth decay.
Orthodontic assessment is done as part of your child’s dental check up for early detection of orthodontic problems. We can fix simple orthodontic problems or recommend a suitable orthodontic specialist.
Correct detrimental habits such as mouth breathing, poor tongue posture, and thumb-sucking that can cause crooked teeth.
Myofunctional therapy is a non-invasive treatment that involves a series of exercises designed to condition orofacial muscle tone. More Info
Onsite visits at rest homes available.
Medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, and cataracts can decrease hand dexterity and eye-sight, which leads to increasing difficulty with maintaining adequate personal hygiene. More Info
CROWNS AND BRIDGES
Both crowns and most bridges are fixed prosthetic devices. Unlike removable devices such as dentures, which you can take out and clean daily, crowns and bridges are cemented onto existing teeth or implants, and can only be removed by a dentist.
Dental Care for The Whole Family
Free Dental service for adolescents.
Orthodontic consultations for under 12’s.
Payment plans available for adults.
Child & Adolescent Care
MAKE US YOUR DENTAL HOME
Our dentists develop realistic treatment plans and oral care routines suited to your needs. We recognise the need for an active maintenance program that evolves with each individual patient’s changing lifestyle and abilities to help them achieve and maintain good oral health for life.
Read our DWC Magazine to find out more!