A worthwhile dental trip for Razia: Dr Mawarni

Razia travelled to Kuala Lumpur for a short 4 days trip with her girlfriend, Nisa. This is her first time travelling without her family members.

Her last visit to Malaysia was 16 years ago. She has fallen in love with Malaysia ever since. Hence, she decided to come again after her retirement.

She was referred by a friend to see us. She happened to make appointment with me on a beautiful Friday morning.

Razia’s primary concern was the gaps of her front teeth. Her family said there was nothing wrong with her smile. However, she just felt uncomfortable and wanted the gaps to be closed.


She had read about the simple gap closures by composite veneers and was interested in it.

Since she only had 1 day to complete the treatment, the direct composite was the only option left for her.

Initially, she requested for a mock up of her smile. In other words, she wanted me to show roughly how her smile will look like later. She was quite anxious with the outcome.

I told her that I did not have time to do that, and reassured her that I shall do a good job. I was quite confident that she will love her future smile.

In fact, I could not hardly wait to start the treatment as time was ticking! Every minute counts!

In about 2 hours, I completed the treatment to close all her upper and lower front teeth gaps.

I could see she was actually nervous to see her new smile.

“She was delighted to see her brand new smile and said,

“I did not expect it to be this natural. I still look like… myself.”

She was expecting that her brand new smile will look really stands out and changed her look in a negative way.

Initially, she was worried people would notice that she did something to change her smile. She was grateful that the smile makeover turned out to be better than her expectations!

She was really glad with her new smile and gave me a warm hug.

One photo with Razia for the memory =)

“May God bless you and your family. I feel so blessed!” she said.

She was serious about retiring in Malaysia as she really loves the environment here. She said she will find excuses to come to Malaysia again. One of them can be 6 months regular dental check up ;-).

The smile on my patients’ faces is really priceless. This drives me to work every single day. There is no such thing as Monday blues if you really love what you do. Creating beautiful smiles and make others happy are my passions.

What about you? What is your passion?

Feel free to drop me an email if you have enquiries about this case.

Your Passionate Dentist,

Dr. Mawarni





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