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Good Dentist in Singapore

If you’re looking for a good dentist in Singapore whose services doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, you can consult Dr Lee Leing, a senior dental associate with the National Healthcare Group Polyclinics. I was referred to Dr Lee by a friend who has been using her services since she was practicing at a dental clinic in Paragon (Orchard Road). And true to my friend’s words, Dr Lee Leing is indeed a nice lady who is meticulous and proficient in her work.

The following is a breakdown of what I’ve paid:

Consultation – S$17.10
Scaling and Polishing – S$58.85
Total Charges is S$75.95 (GST included)

Dr Lee Leing is now practicing on Level 3 of Toa Payoh Polyclinic and I’ve scanned a copy of her name card below. You can call 6354-7788 to make an appointment to see her.

Good Dentist in Singapore - Lee Leing's Namecard

Map of Toa Payoh Clinic


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If you going there by public transport, just take a train to Toa Payoh MRT station and transfer to bus service 238.

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Patrick Tan is the author of this website. Since the creation of his first website in 1999, he has embarked on an exciting web journey that saw him through roles in Web Development, e-Business/Internet Marketing and Digital Strategy across local horse-racing, entertainment, global car rental and Asia consumer electronics industries.

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  1. i’m looking for a dentist to extract 2 of my wisdom tooth…and of course looking for a better price .. i’ll be asking around from outside it was abt 600-1300 per tooth? does anyone know how much is polyclinic charge?

  2. Hey, i was sourcing around as i need to extract my wisdom tooth which is causing lotsa pain as well for the last few nights w/o good sleep. Polyclinics sld be good.. $100/tooth is a reasonable price. If you are opting for private, more pricey but public is good as well. Heard that you can opt for partial Medisave coverage if you are S’porean or PR. Regardless pte or public clinic.. Hope the infor helps.. Yes, i’m gonna see doc Lee 2molo.. dieing of pain if not for panadol EXTRA!!

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