Traditional dental braces have improved the smile and oral function of many patients in the past decades.

Technological advancement and innovation have enabled clinicians to offer new aesthetic orthodontic treatment options, which has led to increased demand from working adults.

What other options are there now, apart from traditional metal braces? Are these modern aesthetic orthodontic options a new norm? Apart from aesthetics, how do they differ from traditional braces? What are their limitations?

Dr Qian Li, Associate Consultant from the Department of Orthodontics at National Dental Centre Singapore (NDCS), a member of the SingHealth group, will be addressing questions regarding modern orthodontic treatment.

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About Dr Qian Li

Dr Qian Li is currently an Associate Consultant in the Orthodontics Department of National Dental Centre Singapore (NDCS). He received his Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2011.

He has an outstanding academic record, having won awards including Tratman Medal for the most distinguished graduate in dentistry for the year, as well as placement in the Deans List every year. Dr Qian received his Master of Dental Surgery from NUS, as well as Membership in Orthodontics of Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh (UK) in 2017.

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