Dr Bernard Siew is from Adelaide, Australia, and qualified from the University of Adelaide. He has practiced in Singapore for 22 years. Dr Siew’s areas of interest include cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign aligners, dental veneers in porcelain and resin, and teeth whitening. He is passionate about managing excessively worn teeth due to lifestyle problems, ranging from grinding to acid reflux. His focus is on preventing ageing teeth and conservative minimally invasive therapy. Dr Bernard is experienced in full oral rehabilitation and implant prosthodontics, including crowns, bridges and dentures.
Dr Hancock has over 30 years of experience working in London, Hong Kong, Switzerland and Singapore. She also lectured for many years in Hong Kong on Oral Radiology, Periodontology and Conservative Dentistry.
Her approach to dental treatment is gentle and conservative, encouraging patients to maintain their mouths.
She gained Part 1 of the Australian College of Dental Surgeons Fellowship. Besides dentistry, Dr Hancock’s expertise includes research experience in tissue culture and Oral pathology. Her other passions include handicrafts, dressmaking, tennis and oriental dance.
Singapore has been home for quite some time, and she is a founding member of the Smilefocus team.
Dr Hancock can converse in French and German and welcomes patients with dental anxiety.
Dr Elaine Ng was born and raised in Auckland, New Zealand. After relocating to Singapore in 1997, she trained as a dentist and worked in both public and private sectors. Dr Ng is experienced in managing trauma, having worked in hospital dentistry and Accident & Emergency.
Dr Ng enjoys practicing conservative, restorative, surgical and aesthetic dentistry and aims to treat the patient as a whole. She believes educating patients about their health, particularly prevention, is the key to successful long-term management.
Dr Ng is a practitioner of dental sleep medicine, an area of dentistry that works closely with otolaryngologists (ENT specialists) in treating patients with snoring and sleep breathing disorders such as obstructive sleep apnoea.
Dr Elaine offers therapy with Botox for managing bruxism (tooth grinding), hypertrophic jaw muscles and its associated symptoms, and facial aesthetic treatments.
Dr Francine Chia trained in Adelaide, Australia and graduated as a part of the Dean’s list. She has over 18 years of clinical experience. Dr Chia has been a member of the Smilefocus team since 2008, and she is well known for her gentle approach.
Dr Chia particularly enjoys cosmetic and restorative dentistry and has specific training in Invisalign. Dr Chia is happy to work with anxious and nervous patients and enjoys motivating nervous patients to become regular and confident clients! She aims to help improve your smile and confidence while encouraging optimal oral hygiene and health.
Dr Chia is passionate about food and travel. In addition, she enjoys spending time with her family and exploring the great outdoors!
Dr Alison Roberts graduated from Manchester, UK, in 1997. After a year in practice, she returned to the hospital environment to gain valuable surgical experience. A brief period exploring the world led Alison to work as the only dentist on the Cocos Keeling Islands and Christmas Island. On returning to London, Dr Roberts worked in a busy General Practice for ten years before relocating to Singapore. Dr Roberts is experienced in both Invisalign, Cfast and cosmetic treatment procedures.
Dr Dianne Sainsbury graduated from Otago University in 1997 and has worked in NZ, Australia and the UK, and has also had the opportunity to do voluntary work in Cambodia and Vietnam. Dr Sainsbury is passionate about preventive dentistry. She is experienced in family work, crown and bridge, implants and teeth whitening, and she aims to build long-term relationships with parents and their children.
Dr Jonathan Luke trained in Otago, New Zealand. He has worked in both public and private clinics in New Zealand and Singapore. He has been a member of the Smile Focus team since 2019.
With an interest in digital dentistry as well as conservative and aesthetic procedures, Dr Luke enjoys caring for all your dental needs with an up-to-date approach to treatment.
Pauline Shih Jia Lee
Dr Pauline Lee graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2014 and worked in the public healthcare sector before pursuing her postgraduate studies at the University of British Columbia in Canada. She was selected as chief resident in the final year, and completed her three-year specialty training in paediatric dentistry in 2020. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada in Pediatric Dentistry, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentists.
Dr Lee has well-rounded experience in treating children, including sedation and GA cases, special needs and medically compromised patients, as well as interceptive orthodontics and trauma. She takes pride in providing a positive and non-judgmental environment where every child can achieve a beautiful and healthy smile.
Dr Lee speaks English, Mandarin, and Cantonese.
Dr Loo Sun Din
Dr Loo Sun Din is a Specialist in Jaw and Face Surgery.
He first qualified from the National University of Singapore in 2005 before being awarded a scholarship to pursue post-graduate specialist training in Oral Maxillofacial Surgery from the University of Hong Kong, where he developed a discerning interest in facial recontouring, complex jaw and face surgery and dental implant rehabilitation.
Dr Loo dedicated eleven years of his career to public service at the busiest surgical units in Hong Kong and Singapore, holding clinical positions in Queen Mary Hospital (HKG), Prince Philip Dental Hospital (HKG), Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (SGP) and Tan Tock Seng Hospital (SGP).
Currently, he maintains his role as Visiting Consultant to several public and private hospitals in Singapore.
Embracing sharing and exchange of knowledge, Dr Loo is a teaching faculty in local and overseas surgical courses in corrective jaw & facial surgeries and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSAS).
He is a member of Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Osteosynthesefragen (AOCMF) and the International Society of Head and Neck Trauma (iSHANT). He also co-wrote a chapter in dental implants for surgery textbook in his spare time.