Dr. Hong Qixian
"Let me empower you to decide the best option for yourself."
“Most people are generally unaware of the different treatment options available. I see my role as an educator and a guide, rather than just a deliverer of dental procedures.
Two people with similar dental issues at different stages of their life may require completely different treatment plans. I want my patients to clearly understand and select the treatment choices most suited to themselves.
Doing my best for every client ensures that we are both satisfied upon completion of treatment. Your successful outcome is a testament to the quality of my work.”
Dr. Hong Qixian is a graduate of the National University of Singapore and an alumni of the Raffles family. He served four years of government bond in the various government institutions before working in private practice for a few years.
He has practiced general dentistry in the SingHealth Polyclinics and attended to children and paediatric emergencies in the Health Promotion Board. He has managed complex dental work for medically-compromised patients in the National Dental Centre (Singapore) and the National University Hospital (Singapore).
Dr. Hong frequently received good written and verbal feedback from his patients in the public institutions for his efforts in serving them.
He is a registered member of the Singapore Dental Council, Singapore Dental Association and the College of Dental Practitioners (Singapore).
He is an avid sport fisherman and diver and volunteers his free time to help rescue pet rabbits that have been abandoned in the wild. He has two well-fed lop-eared rabbits.
Volunteer Dental Work History
– Assisting dental treatment for rural communities in Phnom Penh (Cambodia) under the Project Sa’bai umbrella.
– Tzu Chi Foundation providing dental screening and treatment for special-needs children and adolescents.
– Health Promotion Board mobile clinic free dental screening.
– Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME) clinic providing dental services for migrant workers.