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December 21, 2006

Some excitement in the midst of a normal day

Blogged under Trivia by DrJean on Thursday 21 December 2006 at 7:58 pm

Yesterday,21st December,I had a rather busy day.My appointments were quite full and I was feeling a little tired by afternoon time.

Suddenly,Elaine,my wonderful front desk manager,came rushing into my surgery and said that  there was a car on fire right in front of the clinic.That woke me up!,and my patient who was sitting on the dental chair sat up too!!

“Quick! The camera!”,I told Elaine.This was exciting indeed.

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Look at that!!I have never seen a burning(yes! literally engulfed in flames!!)car at such a close range.The cars parked in the parking lot were driven off very quickly indeed!

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Our trusty bomba men were quite fast in getting there.

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Thankfully no one was hurt,but ,oh!I feel sorry for the owner of the car,or what’s left of the car….

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And,off it goes with the tow truck.And it’s back to a normal day’s routine for all of us.And the car parks filled up almost immediately!!

iSmile Families

Blogged under Uncategorized by DrJean on Thursday 21 December 2006 at 7:29 pm

Its always very heart warming when the whole family comes for their dental appointments.I make it a point to take family pictures and send them to the respective families.

Here are some lovely families…

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December 11, 2006

The brave little ones! Children vs Dentist

Blogged under Children by DrJean on Monday 11 December 2006 at 11:10 pm

Dental Treatment for Children – Getting Small Kids On The Dental Chair

Children loves outings.However,and outing to the dentist can pose as a challenge if they have not been familiarised to the dental clinic environment.The situation is even more challenging is they have had some kind of unpleasant experience in the past with their dentist.

I personally believe that children are generally good on the dental chair if their parents have played the important role of explaining and preparing them,and NOT threatening or frightening them regarding their visit to the dentist.

I have seen many child patients and I must say that,generally, they are all fairly well behaved and are quite willing to have cleaning,fillings and even extractions done without kicking up a fuss.My compliments to their parents!

Here are some of the braver ones:

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Cheyenne Woon,4
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Evangelina Peh,6
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Lu-Zheng,3
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Benjamin Lim,6

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