4 Questions to Ask Your Orthodontist at Your First Braces Consultation

August 17, 2022

  Written by: Dr Chong Hui Theng   Getting orthodontic braces can be a big change to your life and requires commitment such as regularly attending your appointments, properly caring for your teeth and managing any discomforts after each tightening session. Therefore, it is important to understand exactly what braces entails before deciding if they... View Article


Here’s how braces can bring out your best facial profile (and it’s research-proven)!

February 11, 2022

Dr Chong has special interest in dental and facial aesthetics and have designed a research to quantify facial attractiveness. The study, published by the Angle Orthodontist, reveals some interesting findings about the way people perceive a beautiful facial profile. What makes a facial profile attractive? Protrusive upper and lower lips, were viewed as less esthetically... View Article


Common causes of orthodontic problems in children, and what to do about them

August 26, 2021

  Most orthodontic problems can develop in children from as early as seven years old, while others can be caused by bad habits at an even younger age or an early loss of teeth. Although parents may avoid bringing their children to an orthodontic clinic in Singapore for reasons such as believing that the teeth... View Article


Invisalign vs. Metal Braces: What’s the difference?

February 10, 2021

  Every patient has a unique preference for comfort and style, and a unique set of teeth that are best treated through different braces techniques – so it is best to know your options before you choose what braces to get for the next one to two years! You may have heard of the Invisalign... View Article


Invisalign First for Kids- Top 5 things you must know about Invisalign’s latest treatment

July 25, 2019

1.  Why bother correcting teeth position in kids? Kids with dental development problems often need dental arch expansion to gain space to solve urgent dental malpositions. If left untreated, these problems will later snowball into worse issues that are more complicated, more painful and take longer to resolve. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends kids be... View Article