FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes. Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to register at counter.
Please do bring the list of medication and prescription and show it to our dentist.
Please bring your IC or ID/passport for registration purpose.
It varies, but please plan on 1 to 1.5 hours for the first visit.
Off course we do, but if its a really bad emergency case and require special attention, we strongly advice that you go to any emergency bay at nearby hospital.
Yes to all question, and please contact us for more information. We have specialist on standby
Many people do not see a dentist on a regular basis. They only go when they have a problem. This is known as “crisis treatment” versus “preventive treatment.” While these patients may feel they are saving money, it often ends up costing much more in dollars and time. This is because many dental problems do not have symptoms until they reach the advanced stages of the disease process. An example is tooth decay. It is typical to hear, “Nothing hurts… I don’t have any problems.”
Tooth decay often does not hurt until it gets close to the nerve of the tooth. It is not uncommon to see a patient with a huge cavity who has never felt a thing. The dentist can usually detect a cavity 3-4 years before it develops any symptoms. This early detection can help you prevent root canal treatment.
Research today suggests a link between gum disease and diabetes. Research has established that people with diabetes are more prone to gum disease. If blood glucose levels are poorly controlled you may be more likely to develop gum disease and could potentially lose teeth. Like all infections, gum disease can be a factor in causing blood sugar levels to rise and make diabetes harder to control. Be sure to see your dentist regularly for check-ups and follow home care recommendations. If you notice other conditions such as dry mouth or bleeding gums, be sure to talk with your dentist. And don’t forget to mention any changes in medications.
Yes, and its very important to let the dentist all of your history, disease or any medication that you are taking currently.
Yes you may, but if our clinic will always prioritize appointment patient at all time, and only if there is time slot available you may go in. Please seek assistance from our friendly staff.