Information for Foreign Patients - Elite Dental Group
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At Elite Dental Group, we provide comprehensive dental services to foreign patients and their families visiting Singapore for treatment. Our patients have come from as far the USA, UK, China, Russia, the Philippines, Brunei and Indonesia.



Bespoke Care


We understand that travelling to a foreign country for treatment can be a stressful experience. This is why we strive to make your experience in Singapore as smooth and comfortable as possible. Before booking any flights, please discuss your treatment needs, and any questions, concerns and fears you may have with us via email, Whatsapp or over the phone.





We are centrally located at the heart of the iconic Orchard Road shopping district. There are plenty of hotels nearby to choose from. If you require assistance in finding suitable accommodation, please feel free to ask us. We are happy to recommend the best hotels that are within your budget.



Mode of Payments



We accept Cash, NETS, MasterCard, Visa, Amex and immediate interbank transfers.



Travel Visa


Before booking your flights, please check the Immigrations and Checkpoints Authority website  to check if you require a visa to enter Singapore.





We are fluent in English, Mandarin, Malay, and Tagalog.


If you require an interpreter, please let us know so that we can arrange for one during your visit.



Snoring - Has anyone ever mentioned you snore loudly?

Tired - Do you often feel tired, fatigued or sleepy during the daytime?
Observation - Has anyone ever observed you stop breathing during your sleep?
Blood Pressure - Have you got high blood pressure?
BMI - Are you overweight?
Age - Are you over 50 years old?
Neck - Is your neck circumference greater than 40cm?
Gender - Are you male?


Do you feel refreshed when you wake after 7 hours sleep?

Has anyone in your family ever been diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
Have you been diagnosed or are you being treated for depression?
Have you been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes?
Do you wake often during the night to go to the bathroom?
Do you suffer with headaches upon waking?


For each situation listed below, circle a number from 0 to 3 that best reflects how likely you are to fall asleep. Be as realistic as you can.

0 – No chance of falling asleep 1 – Slight chance of falling asleep     2 –Good Chance of falling asleep 3 – High chance of falling asleep

Sitting and reading
Watching TV
As a passenger in a car for an hour
Lying down in the afternoon
Sitting and talking to someone
Sitting quietly after lunch without alcohol
In a car stopped while in traffic

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