REFERRALS - Elite Dental Group
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At Elite Dental Group, we are proud to have the capability, experience and bandwidth to treat patients with severe and complex dental problems, often requiring extensive and multi-disciplinary treatment.


Over the years, we are privileged to have gained the respect and trust of our fellow dental colleagues in the industry, and any patients referred to our practice for complex dental issues will be well taken cared of, and referred back to the referring dentist upon completion of treatment, for continued care and regular active dental maintenance.


Referring dentists are also welcome to learn by way of clinical attachments or internships as part of their continuous learning.


If you are a general dentist and if you have a patient with complex dental issues that you cannot or are unable to handle, please refer to us using our online referral form.


For further assistance, please call us at +65 63334456, whatsapp us at +65 97889407 or email us at

Dr Gerald TanDr Jaclyn TohDr Noah TeoDr Loh Hong Sai

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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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