Our general dentistry services include fillings, tooth extraction and custom-fitted mouth guards.
Address all your regular dental care needs, such as check-ups, fillings, or extractions in one place. With our wide range of general dentistry services, our dentists can craft a personalised plan for your oral health needs. You can rely on us to take care of your dental health and your smile, wherever you are in Singapore.
Fillings can help to replace tooth structure that has been lost to decay or damage. For example, if a small piece of your tooth is chipped, fillings can repair and restore it to a normal function and appearance and stop further decay by providing a barrier against bacteria.
Fillings can also be used to close up small gaps between teeth and make them look symmetrical. We use a variety of materials such as amalgam, composite resin, and glass ionomer cement, which will look and feel just like your natural teeth.
When considering extraction, we will first assess the affected tooth to see if it can be saved through other procedures, such as root canal treatment or crowns.
If your teeth are affected by advanced gum disease, deep cracks, or are deeply decayed, it is likely that other treatments cannot preserve your teeth, and we may recommend having them extracted instead.
Alternatively, if you are about to start on dental braces, we may also recommend tooth extraction to create space and allow for better alignment of your teeth.
Rest assured that any extraction process will begin with an expert diagnosis and treatment plan.
Teeth grinding, or clenching, can wear down tooth enamel over time, and even lead to fractured teeth.
Mouth guards can help prevent further damage to your teeth. They are designed and customised to fit over either the upper or lower teeth. This will effectively prevent your upper and lower teeth from touching, and absorb impact between them.
Depending on when you tend to grind or clench your teeth, we will also recommend that you wear it at night, or even during the day. They are especially helpful during contact sports, by protecting your teeth from impact.
Our mouth guards will be just as thick as you need them in the right areas, and combine resilience with comfort. They should not interfere with speaking and breathing.
Please refer to our Fees and Payments, Subsidies and Schemes pages for more information.
|Consultation (GP)||$25 – $35|
|Review (GP)||$15 – $25|
|Consultation (Specialist)||$40 – $90|
|Review (Specialist)||$22 – $45|
|Amalgam (silver) filling||$50 – $90|
|Composite (tooth colored) filling||$56 – $140|
|Amalgam/Tooth-coloured Core||$115 – $250|
|Extractions||$65 – $190|
|Mouth guard||From $350|
|X-Ray imaging||$20 – $70|
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You should visit a dentist every 6 months for professional cleaning and examination. This is especially important for people who:
You should also make an appointment with our dentist as soon as possible if you experience the following symptoms:
Patients holding CHAS Blue or Orange, Pioneer Generation or Merdeka Generation Cards will be entitled to the relevant subsidies.
NTUC Denticare is accredited by the Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH) as a day surgery facility. Patients who are Singaporeans or Permanent Residents of Singapore may be able to claim a portion of their surgical expenses from their Medisave Account. The exact amount would depend on the complexity of the procedure.
You may call our enquiries and appointment hotline at 6336 6222 or visit the Fees and Subsidies page on our website to find out more about fees and subsidies.
All our extractions are performed under anaesthetic. As such, you should not experience significant discomfort, even after the procedure. We also provide painkillers where necessary.
You can expect the initial healing process to take at least 2 weeks, but most swelling and bleeding should stop within 1-2 days after the procedure. If the bleeding does not stop after this period of time, you can take some steps to address it on your own, such as biting firmly on gauze for 15 to 20 minutes. If this does not stop the bleeding, give us a call immediately, and we will arrange for a check-up.
You can also reduce swelling and pain, such as using ice packs, followed by a warm compress to prevent a sore and stiff jaw.
A blood clot usually forms at the site of the tooth extraction, serving as a protection over the underlying bone and nerve endings in the empty tooth socket. Avoid smoking, using a straw, and any vigorous activity for the first two weeks. These activities could disrupt the blood clot, which in turn can cause more bleeding or painful inflammation, overall disrupting the healing process.
Learn more about post-oral surgery here.
NTUC Union members will enjoy 10% discount for scaling and polishing.
NTUC Health Denticare (Aljunied)
119 Aljunied Ave 2 #01-42 Singapore 380119
NTUC Health Denticare (Ang Mo Kio)
53 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 #03-17 Ang Mo Kio Hub Singapore 569933
NTUC Health Denticare (Bedok)
HeartBeat@Bedok 11 Bedok North Street 1, #01-04 Singapore 469662
NTUC Health Denticare (Bishan)
Block 510 Bishan Street 13 #01-08 Singapore 570510
NTUC Health Denticare (Choa Chu Kang)
309 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4 #03-01 Choa Chu Kang Centre (Beside Lot 1) Singapore 680309
NTUC Health Denticare (Clementi)
Blk 431 Clementi Avenue 3 #01-304 Singapore 120431
NTUC Health Denticare (Harbourfront)
1 Maritime Square #03-17 Harbourfront Centre Singapore 099253
NTUC Health Denticare (Hougang)
Block 682 Hougang Avenue 4 #01-324 Singapore 530682
NTUC Health Denticare (Jurong Point)
1 Jurong West Central 2 #B1A-20B Jurong Point Shopping Centre Singapore 648886
NTUC Health Denticare (Marine Parade)
80 Marine Parade Road #05-02 Parkway Parade Singapore 449269
NTUC Health Denticare (Orchard)
220 Orchard Road #02-12 Midpoint Orchard Singapore 238852
NTUC Health Denticare (Raffles Place)
No. 1 Marina Boulevard #B1-04 One Marina Boulevard Singapore 018989
NTUC Health Denticare (Serangoon)
Blk 261 Serangoon Central Drive #01-09 Singapore 550261
NTUC Health Denticare (Tampines)
300 Tampines Avenue 5 #01-05 Tampines Junction Singapore 529653
NTUC Health Denticare (Tanjong Pagar)
Blk 1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza #01-55 Singapore 082001
NTUC Health Denticare (Thomson)
301 Upper Thomson Road #02-12 Thomson Plaza Singapore 574408
NTUC Health Denticare (Toa Payoh)
500 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh #B1-31 Toa Payoh HDB Hub Singapore 310500
NTUC Health Denticare (Woodlands)
The Woodgrove 30 Woodlands Avenue 1, #02-05 Singapore 739065
NTUC Health Denticare (Yishun)
18 Yishun Ave 9 #02-11 Junction 9 Singapore 768897
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