How do you qualify for the Student/NSF package?

Are you a Student/NSF?

You need to be a student/NSF. We accept both full time or part time students!


You need to be 25 years old and below!

Identification Card

You need to have a valid Student Pass/11B!

How much does it cost?

 On your first visit, you pay $235.40 w/GST for the consultation package which includes 2 consultations, 4 x-rays, study model, photos.
The student price quoted below comes with a pair of post treatment retainers worth $481.50 for both conventional and self ligating braces.
Conventional Metal Braces (1st Gen) : $4173 (inclusive of GST)

Self Ligating Metal/Ceramic Braces (2nd Gen) : $5457 – $6420 (inclusive of GST)


All prices do not include any other dental treatments such as scaling and polishing/retainers.
We also provide attractive installment plans. Call us to find out more!



Metal braces (1st generation) is the most common and popular form of treatment and consist of metal brackets stuck onto the front of teeth, rubber bands and an arch wire.


  • Cheap
  • Choice of modules (coloured rubber bands) available


  • Most noticeable type of braces
  • Less hygienic as it is difficult to clean in-between brackets
  • Sharp ends of brackets often cause mouth ulcers
  • Longer treatment time


Self-ligating braces (2nd generation) use a ‘sliding door’ technique in which metal brackets are stuck onto the front of teeth, allowing the arch wire to slide back and forth without the need for rubber bands to hold it in place.


  • More hygienic than metal braces as less food gets trapped between brackets
  • Requires fewer adjustments and visits to the dentists compared to conventional braces
  • Shorter treatment time than 1st generation metal braces
  • No staining problems


  • More expensive than 1st generation metal braces
  • Technique sensitive


Clear braces consist of ceramic or polycarbonate (plastic) brackets stuck onto the front of teeth, clear rubber bands and a Teflon coated or fibreglass arch wire. They can be either conventional or self-ligating.


  • Less noticeable than metal braces


  • More expensive than metal braces
  • Ligature can stain easily without proper care


Invisalign, also known as invisible braces, is made of smooth plastic aligners that are virtually invisible, removable and fit comfortably over the teeth. Each aligner is specially customized and will gradually shift your teeth overtime.


  • Promotes best oral hygiene as it allows you to continue brushing and flossing your teeth normally
  • Almost invisible and allow you to undergo treatment discreetly
  • Comfortable as there is no irritation to the gums or surround tissues
  • Removable and has minimal interferences on your daily activities and diet


  • Costly

What to expect on your first visit...

On your first consultation, your dentist will conduct a thorough orthodontic examination on you. Following that, he/she will also take your x-ray, a scan of your teeth and full face & profile photographs in order to create a treatment plan best suited for you.

Your dentist is interested in more than just your teeth. Your facial profile, the bone structure of your head, how you chew, breathe and speak is just some of the many things that your dentist studies very carefully. The goal is to find the best harmony between all of these factors in order to achieve a better appearance, better teeth and jaw function as well as ensuring that your treatment lasts.

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Your Customised Treatment Plan

During your second consultation, your dentist will explain to you the relationship between soft tissue profile, jawbone and teeth as well as how these affect your appearance. Based on x-rays analyzed by our in-house computer software, your dentist will then advise you on the various treatment options available as well as the costs involved for the dental services so that you can make an informed decision.

If you have decided to proceed with the treatment under the Student/NSF package, we will use the consultation fees you have paid to offset your braces/Invisalign treatment cost.