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Dr. Benjamin Lee - General Dentist

General Dentist
Aesthetic Physician
Patient Care, Prevention, MIS.
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island
Dr. Benjamin Lee geo-location of clinic location: RM.502A FORTUNE CENTRE (MEDICAL BUILDING), 48 YUN PING RD, CAUSEWAY BAY, HONG KONG. (Lee Gardens).
Consultation Fee: $$

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Professional Statement

THE HONG KONG JAPANESE DENTAL CLINIC (Est. 1998). Dr.Benjamin Lee BDS - LONDON UNIVERSITY, The Royal London Hospital (1988), England. World class materials (Switzerland, Sweden, USA, Germany) and top treatments at best affordable prices. Traditional Brackets (Metal/White). Invisalign; Invisible Braces . Cleaning, White Fillings, Root Canal Treatments, Implants, Veneers, Crowns, Teeth Whitening. EMERGENCY DENTAL CARE Visa/Mastercard/Unionpay.

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Clinic Details for Dr. Benjamin Lee

Gender
M
Home visits?
NO
Languages
Cantonese 粵語 | English | Japanese 日語 | Mandarin 普通话
Opened on Sundays?
NO
Opened 24/7?
NO
Accept walk-in?
NO
Accept emergencies?
NO
Qualifications

B.D.S. LONDON UNIVERSITY, ENGLAND
Received post-graduate training in orthodontics (HKU), advanced training courses in aesthetic dental implant surgery (Switzerland), and oral surgery training under Professor Gordon R. Seward (UK).

Procedures

Invisalign-Invisible Braces (USA)
Implants- Straumann ITI Zirconia Roxolid (Switzerland)
Checkups ($500 av.)
Cleaning ($800 av.)
Teeth Extractions
Teeth Whitening - Pola Office Plus
Crowns- Procera Zirconia (Nobel Biocare Sweden)
Full Gold Crowns - Metalor (Switzerland)
Gum Treatments
Wisdom Teeth
Root Canals
Inlays
White Fillings (3M , Germany).
Ceramic Veneers- Empress (Germany)
Preventive Treatments

Insurances
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Consultation Hours

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General Dentist?

Dentists: Doctors of Oral Health Many people today enjoy excellent oral health and are keeping their natural teeth throughout their lives. But this is not the case for everyone. Cavities are still the most prevalent chronic disease of childhood. Too many people mistakenly believe that they need to see a dentist only if they are in pain or think something is wrong, but they're missing the bigger picture. A dental visit means being examined by a doctor of oral health capable of diagnosing and treating conditions that can range from routine to extremely complex. A Team Approach The team approach to dentistry promotes continuity of care that is comprehensive, convenient, cost effective and efficient. Members of the team include dental assistants, lab technicians and dental hygienists. Leading the team is the dentist, a doctor specializing in oral health who has earned either a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree or a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree, which are essentially the same. The Dentist's Role Dentists are doctors who specialize in oral health. Their responsibilities include: ▪ Diagnosing oral diseases. ▪ Promoting oral health and disease prevention. ▪ Creating treatment plans to maintain or restore the oral health of their patients. ▪ Interpreting x-rays and diagnostic tests. ▪ Ensuring the safe administration of anesthetics. ▪ Monitoring growth and development of the teeth and jaws. ▪ Performing surgical procedures on the teeth, bone and soft tissues of the oral cavity. Dentists' oversight of the clinical team is critical to ensuring safe and effective oral care. Even seemingly routine procedures such as tooth extractions, preparing and placing fillings or administering anesthetics carry potential risks of complications such as infection, temporary or even permanent nerve damage, prolonged bleeding, hematomas and pain. More than Just Teeth and Gums Dentists' areas of care include not only their patients' teeth and gums but also the muscles of the head, neck and jaw, the tongue, salivary glands, the nervous system of the head and neck and other areas. During a comprehensive exam, dentists examine the teeth and gums, but they also look for lumps, swellings, discolorations, ulcerations — any abnormality. When appropriate, they perform procedures such as biopsies, diagnostic tests for chronic or infectious diseases, salivary gland function, and screening tests for oral cancer. In addition, dentists can spot early warning signs in the mouth that may indicate disease elsewhere in the body. Dentists' training also enables them to recognize situations that warrant referring patients for care by dental specialists or physicians. Education and Clinical Training The level of education and clinical training required to earn a dental degree, and the high academic standards of dental schools, are on par with those of medical schools and are essential to preparing dentists for the safe and effective practice of modern oral health care. Most dental students have earned Bachelor of Science degrees or their equivalent, and all have passed rigorous admission examinations. The curricula during the first two years of dental and medical schools are essentially the same — students must complete such biomedical science courses as anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, microbiology, immunology and pathology. During the second two years, dental students' coursework focuses on clinical practice — diagnosing and treating oral diseases. After earning their undergraduate and dental degrees (eight years for most) many dentists continue their education and training. Some go on to achieve certification in one of nine recognized dental specialties. Upon completing their training, dentists must pass both a rigorous national written examination and a state or regional clinical licensing exam in order to practice. As a condition of licensure, they must meet continuing education requirements for the remainder of their careers, to keep them up-to-date on the latest scientific and clinical developments. Why Oral Health Matters Numerous recent scientific studies indicate associations between oral health and a variety of general health conditions — including diabetes and heart disease. In response, the World Health Organization has integrated oral health into its chronic disease prevention efforts "as the risks to health are linked." Dental Association recommends that dental visits begin no later than a child's first birthday to establish a "dental home." Dentists can provide guidance to children and parents, deliver preventive oral health services, and diagnose and treat dental disease in its earliest stages. This ongoing dental care will help both children and adults maintain optimal oral health throughout their lifetimes. An ophthalmologist –is a medical or osteopathic doctor who specializes in eye and vision care. Ophthalmologists are specially trained to provide the full spectrum of eye care, from prescribing glasses and contact lenses to complex and delicate eye surgery. Many ophthalmologists are also involved in scientific research into the causes and cures for eye diseases and vision problems.

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