It is easier to stop something happening in the first place than to repair the damage after it has happened. Diseases of the mouth, such as tooth decay or cavities (dental caries) and gum disease (periodontal disease) are among the most common non-communicable diseases in…
Hi everyone, it’s been a very challenging 2020 as all of us were hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. As we all know, we’re told to stay at home if we can, minimise contact with people, avoid large crowds and gatherings, keep clean and always…
In light with the government’s extension of the Movement Control Order (MCO) or Restriction of Movement clause for another 2 weeks, our dental services continue to resume. Though as mentioned before and enforced by our councils and Ministry of Health, we’re strictly only treating emergency cases in all of our clinics.
What are dental emergency cases? Here’s a list:
Unbearable tooth pain
Difficulty in swallowing
Uncontrolled bleeding in the mouth
Fracture of the tooth, jaw or lacerations of the facial region
Sudden trauma to teeth
Other than the above mentioned, we’d like to defer treatments to once the MCO has been lifted as to minimise contact between patients and to do our best to help flatten the infection curve.
So remember to stay at home, wash hands regularly, shower often, avoid contact with people other than household members, sanitise your frequently used items, and once again stay at home!
I always try to find a silver lining when it comes to tragedies, so maybe take this opportunity to clean up your house, declutter your room, organise your documents/files, spend time with the family at home, learn to cook, backup your hard drives, read that book, or catch-up with Netflix!
Feel free to still contact us though, we’re still open. Our landlines will be operational until 1.30pm Monday – Saturdays and our mobile phone numbers are there for any other emergencies.
Stay safe everyone, and get productive! – Dr. Shanaz