Dr. Kang Min Sok

Education

  • 1992

    - University of Wisconsin - Madison (USA) Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

  • 1997

    - Columbia University (New York, USA) Doctor of Dental Surgery

  • 1997~1998

    - Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center - Advanced Education in General Den tistry(New York, USA)

  • 1998~2001

    - University of Rochester Eastman Dental Center (Rochester, New York, USA) Specialty in Prosthodontics

  • March 2008

    - Advanced CEREC training (Sirona Dental Academy, Bensheim, Germany)

Publication

  • 2003

    - Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry (USA) - Comparison of the load at failure of soldered and non-soldered porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns Vol 90, Issue 3, Page 235-240, September

  • 2007

    - Korean Edition of “The Science and Art of Porcelain Laminate Veneers” by Dr. Galip Gurel (Korean Quintessence Publishing Company)

Activities

  • 2005~2009

    - Korean Academy of Implant Dentistry, Board member  

  • 2005~2018

    - Korean Academy of Implant Dentistry, Certified Instructor

  • 2007~2008

    - Yonsei University (Seoul, South Korea) Department of Prosthodontics, Clinical Professor

  • 2009~2010

    - Korean Academy of Computerized Dentistry, Board member

Dr. Winston How

  • 1998

    - Bachelor of Dental Surgery

  • 2009

    - Graduate Diploma in Dental Implantology

  • - Member, Singapore Dental Association

    - BDS (Singapore)

  • - Grad. Dip. Dental Implantology (Singapore)

  • Dr Winston How graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) degree in 1998 from the National University of Singapore (NUS). With a keen interest to expand his knowledge and broaden his array of skills, he returned to NUS again in 2007 to pursue a structured and formal training in dental implantology. He attained the Graduate Diploma in Dental Implantology in 2009.
    An advocate of continuing dental education, Dr How continues to upgrade his clinical skills and knowledge by attending a wide range of courses as he strongly feels he can best serve his patients’ needs only if his knowledge and techniques are current. Dr How enjoys all aspects of dentistry with special interest in Family Dentistry, being able to comprehensively serve the dental needs of patients across all age groups. He also relishes the challenge of helping dentophobic patients overcome their fear of dental treatment.
    Outside his usual clinical hours, Dr How is a volunteer dental surgeon at HealthServe, a charity that offers subsidized health services to injured migrant worker not receiving health assistance from their employers. The charity and Dr How were recently mentioned in an article in The Straits Times.

Dr. Bak Jun Beom

  • - King's College London UK (BDS)
    - Oxford University MSc (Distinction) in Pharmacology (UK)
    - Imperial College London BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Sciences (UK)
    - Dental Foundation Training at LonDEC (UK)
    - Basic Course in Dental Implntology (NUS)
    - Current Member Singapore Dental Association
    - Past member of British Dental Association

    Dr Bak Jun beom graduated from King’s College London Dental Institute in UK, after completing his BSc in Biomedical Science at Imperial College London and MSc in Pharmacology at Oxford University with Distinction.
    Dr Bak enjoys all aspects of general dentistry and loves getting to know more about his patients. He has a keen interest in minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry and prosthodontics, and treats patients in a relaxed and friendly manner.
    Being dedicated to postgraduate education, he regularly attends courses and conferences and is passionate about delivering good quality, ethical dentistry and service of the highest standard to the general public.

Dr. Tan Ai Leen

  • 1991

    - Bachelor of Dental Surgery(NUS Singapore)

    - Member, Singapore Dental Association

OHT Paul Seah

Paul is a very cheerful and friendly person, who not only enjoys meeting people but also renders the majority of his job to educating and motivating his patients to maintain good oral hygiene. He gains satisfaction when the patient’s gum health improves after his treatment. He has also successfully treated many patients with gum problems. He takes pride in being gentle and thorough, therefore helping his patients overcome dental sensitivity and anxiety and keeping his patients comfortable throughout the treatment process. Studying and treating children and adults from all walks of life in Australia has given him a broad base of experience and much confidence as a therapist. In fact, he is one of the first graduate of oral health therapists in Singapore.