Dr Aileen Chew obtained her degree in Dentistry from the University of Sydney, Australia in 2006.
She was attached to rural practice at Taree Dental Hospital, New South Wales and National Dental Centre, Singapore, where she honed her practical skills.
Over the years of patient care at Taree Dental Hospital, Dr. Chew has found that a good patient-clinical relationship is the key to ensuring successful dental treatment. She strives to provide comprehensive treatments and alleviate dental anxiety by structuring her approach to suit individual needs.
Dr Chew shows great interest in all aspects of dentistry, but particularly enjoys work involving aesthetic dentistry, and family dentistry. She believes that every individual deserves access to timely and affordable dental treatment to look and feel their best. She also believes that people need to feel comfortable and confident when visiting the dentist. She achieves this by listening to their concerns and helping each patient to find the most suitable treatment option with a gentle touch.
Getting to know our Dentist
Why did you choose to be a dentist?
I want a career where I can work with people and help people.
I like to be able to make others look good. If you look good, I look good.
What is one advice you want to give to patients?
Treat small problems before they become big ones. But if you’ve left it a little late, just start with the first step, the first visit.
What are your favourite dental treatments, and why?
I have a special interest in family dentistry and aesthetic dentistry.
“I believe each individual deserves timely and affordable dental treatment to look and feel their best.”
What are your hobbies?
Spending time with my toddler rediscovering Singapore. Travelling with family.
What makes you a great dentist?
I believe each individual deserves timely and affordable dental treatment to look and feel their best. I also believe that patients need to feel comfortable and confident visiting the dentist. It’s my aim to achieve that for each of my patients.
What do your patients know you for?
Listening to their concerns, helping them to find the most suitable option, and having a gentle touch.