Orthodontic Treatment

Orthodontic Treatments are suitable for patients of all ages who are interested in improving the alignment and appearance of their teeth. It helps to look after the long-term health of your teeth, gums, and jaws. Not only can it improve your bite, but it will also make your teeth easier to clean.

Your dentist will discuss and devise a customized treatment plan for you. We tailor our services according to different age groups:


Children's Dentistry

Apart from monitoring oral health, we encourage early dental visits to familiarize children with the overall dental environment. From a young age, we aim to educate kids on their teeth and ways to maintain oral health in a fun, interactive way. It is crucial to develop a positive attitude about dentistry that will create a lifelong impact on their health.

It is especially important for children to receive teeth cleanings regularly to remove bacteria and any build-ups. We suggest children attend routine dental check-ups to keep an eye on the growth of their teeth. We hope to be able to identify and tackle potential issues before they arise.


Family Dentistry

At our clinic, we aim to maintain and improve our patient's oral health by providing comfortable and high-quality dental services. It involves the regular maintenance and upkeep of oral hygiene to prevent dental issues such as cavities, gum disease, and tooth loss. This includes regular dental checkups and oral hygiene appointments, as well as preventative care treatments.

During your dental checkup, we will examine your teeth and gums to determine if there are any cavities, decayed or decaying teeth, or signs of gum disease. We may take x-rays depending on how long it has been since your last set of x-rays or any other symptoms you may be experiencing at the time.

As for your teeth cleaning appointment, our dentist or dental hygienist will scrape between your teeth and below the gumline to remove tartar and plaque, which can often cause gum disease. If your checkup shows signs of pocketing gums, you might also need a dental deep cleaning procedure to thoroughly heal your gums.