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  • 238, Jalan Macalister, 10400
    George Town, Penang, Malaysia
    19 & 21, Jalan Logan, 10400
    George Town, Penang, Malaysia
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LSC Dental Centre is a one-stop centre dedicated to provide and maintain ethical, personal and professional standards possible for patients with a wide range of dental concerns.

We aim to help you maintain a dashing smile and with our team of experienced and dedicated dental surgeons and dental specialist. Besides offering dental surgeons and dental treatment, our team of dedicated doctors will help you understand how to improve and maintain excellent dental health. We pride ourselves in having doctors and staff to support you throughout your dental treatment. Our dedicated dental team are committed to not only provide clinical care but also supportive care in terms of dental enquiries ranging from personal consultation, dental surgery, preventive dentistry, dental treatment for patients with medical concerns, gum treatment and tooth alignment.

Our centre is equipped with modern technology necessary to achieve the desired clinical outcome and to provide excellent treatment results, ranging from dental laser application to utilizing modern 3D X-Ray technology, to provide our patients with an accurate high resolution digital diagnostic tool with the benefit of low radiation emission. Coupled with the correct dental exposure given through education and consultation and in-home maintenance dental care, we are able to provide a more comprehensive and holistic treatment to the patients and their caregivers.

Services Available

Aesthetic Dentistry

Tooth Whitening
       Light Activated In-Office Bleaching
       Take Home Tooth Bleaching
       Non-Vital Tooth Bleaching
Inlays and onlays
       Metal - Precious/Gold, Semi-precious, Non-precious
       Porcelain - E-Max, Zirconia


Root Canal Treatment
Regenerative Endodontics
Cracked Tooth Management

Dental Implants

Surgical Placement of Dental Implants
Fabrication of Dental Implant Prosthesis
Sinus Lift Surgery
Bone Augmentation Surgery

General Dentistry

General Dental Screening and Oral Assessment
Diagnostic Examination
Dental X-Ray Services
       Intraoral X-Ray (Bitewing, Periapical)
       Orthopantomogram (OPG)
       Lateral Cephalometric X-Ray
       Cone Beam Computed Tomography (3D Dental X-Ray)
Dental Hygiene Education and Demonstration
Scaling and Oral Prophylaxis
Tooth Coloured Dental Fillings
Simple and Complicated Dental Extraction
Treatment for Dental Hypersensitivity
Emergency Dental Treatment
Recementation of Crowns and Bridges

Laser Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry

Dental Hygiene Education
Dental Cleaning and Prophylaxis
Dental Restoration
Root Treatment for Milk Teeth
Dental Treatment under General Anesthesia

Periodontics (Gum Treatment)

Debridement of Gum Pockets (Deep Cleaning of Gum Pockets)
Periodontal Surgery (Gum Surgery)
       Gingivectomy / Frenectomy (Removal of Excessive Gum Tissue)
       Muco-Gingival Graft Surgery (Gum Grafting Surgery)
       Dental Crown Lengthening
       Tissue Regeneration Procedure (Gum Regenerative Procedure)
Bone Augmentation
Aesthetic Gum Treatment
Gum Pocket Reduction Surgery
Treatment of Mobile Tooth
Treatment of Gum Recession and Dental Bone Loss

Preventive Dentistry

Fluoride Therapy
Tooth Moouse
Fissure Sealant Application

Prosthodontics (Dental Prosthesis)

Removable Dentures
Post and Core Treatment
Dental Crowns/Dental Bridges
       Full porcelain - E-Max, Zirconia
       Porcelain fused metal - Precious/Gold, Semi-precious, Non-precious
       Metal - Precious/Gold, Semi-precious, Non-precious


Orthodontic Assessment and Consultation
Orthodontic Treatment (Correction of Tooth Alignment and Bite):
       Removable Braces for Minor Tooth Movement
       Conventional Metal Braces
       Self-Ligating Bracket Braces (Damon Braces)
       Tooth Coloured Braces (Ceramic Bracket Braces)
       Invisible Braces (Clear Orthodontic Aligners)
Dentofacial Orthopaedics (Correction of Facial Profile):
       Functional Appliance Treatment for Children with Jaw Problems
       Tooth and Jaw Correction for Adults with Jaw Problems (Orthognathic Management)


Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Causes of Sensitive Teeth

Sensitive teeth, which is also termed dentinal hypersensitivity is a progressive disease and can be caused by many factors. A tooth is generally made out of an outer layer enamel, which protects the tooth and the inner layer dentine and pulp, which contains nerve endings. Whenever dentine loses its protective layer of enamel, exposing the nerve endings to hot, cold, acidic or sticky food, that is when dentinal hypersensitivity occurs. Most common causes for tooth sensitivity are:
1. Dental decay
2. Worn tooth from incorrect brushing technique or teeth grinding
3. Dental erosion from consumption of acidic food and beverages
4. Gum recession
5. Post dental treatment sensitivity

Treat the cause, not the symptoms

Consequences of Not Replacing Missing Teeth

The consequences of not replacing a missing tooth is subtle and irreversible, ranging from a change in the way one bites, dental decay, food impaction to a change in our facial appearances. This could affect us in terms of cosmetic and functional point of view. The consequences of not replacing a missing tooth are as follows:
1. Jaw bone loss at the site of the gap
2. Remaining teeth become misaligned and drifting into the missing space
3. Alteration of facial features
4. Inability to talk properly
5. Inadequate proper nutrition
6. Sinus expansion
7. Chronic headaches due to jaw joint problems

Tooth Whitening

Tooth whitening is a cosmetic procedure to whiten teeth that was discolored for a variety of reasons. The most important step in improving the color of your teeth is a proper determination of the cause of the reason for discoloration. The most common causes of tooth discoloration are:
1. Presence of plaque and tartar
2. Nicotine stains
3. Extrinsic stains (stains from food and beverages colorings)
4. Tooth discolored from trauma
5. Use of antibiotic during childhood
6. Dental fluorosis
7. Defective dental restorations (crowns, dental fillings, bridges)

It is important to see a dental professional to determine the cause of the discoloration and a proper diagnosis before embarking on a long term cosmetic commitment. The most common type of dental whitening procedure is:
1. In-Office Dental Whitening Procedure
2. Professionally Dispensed Teak-Home Whitening Kits
3. Over-The-Counter Teeth Whitening Products

Bad Breath

Bad odor from your oral cavity is a multi factorial disease ranging from poor oral hygiene to dietary and medical conditions. Studies show that many adults have had bad breath at some point in their lives. The most common possible causes of bad breath are:
1. Poor oral hygiene
2. Gum disease
3. Smoking and tobacco
4. Medical conditions


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