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, as she believes that educating patients about their health, particularly in the area of prevention, is the key to successful long term management.
Dr Ng is a practitioner of dental sleep medicine, which is an area of dentistry that works closely with otolaryngologists (ENT specialists) in the treatment of patients with snoring and sleep breathing disorders such as obstructive sleep apnoea.
Dr Elaine offers therapy with botox for the management of bruxism (tooth grinding), hypertrophic jaw muscles and its associated symptoms, as well as facial aesthetic treatments.
Dr Lee graduated from NUS in 2014 and worked for 3 years as a dental officer at various public clinics and institutions 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 residency in paediatric dentistry this year.
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 pleasant and positive dental environment where every child can achieve a beautiful, healthy smile.
Dr Lee speaks English, Mandarin, and Cantonese.
Dr Loo Sun Din is a Specialist in Jaw and Face Surgery.
He first qualified from 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 in 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 member of Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Osteosynthesefragen (AOCMF) and International Society of Head and Neck Trauma (iSHANT).
He also co-wrote a chapter in dental implants for surgery textbook in his spare time.
Faye graduated from Nanyang Polytechnic with a diploma with Merit, from the Faculty of Dental Hygiene and Therapy in 2011. Faye was also awarded the Silver Medal for her achievements. Faye was attached to the Health Promotion Board during her training where she gained valuable experience treating young children and teenagers. Since June 2011 Faye has worked in private practice, joining Smilefocus in 2018.
Faye strongly believes in preventive dentistry and patient education, spending time helping patients understand the choices they can make to ensure good dental health.
Carean graduated from Nanyang Polytechnic with a diploma in Oral Health Therapy, in 2011, on a Health Promotion Board Sponsorship. Carean was attached to the Health Promotion Board from 2016-2021 and has worked extensively with schools and pre schools as part of their School Dental Service. Other than providing oral care, she has also been actively involved in HPBs Oral health education programs.
Carean has a passion for dentistry and strives to work alongside her patients in a collaborative effort to help achieve not only a healthy, confident smile, but sustainable overall health.