A graduate of Kings College London, UK, Dr Rashid undertook further training for a year in oral and maxillo-facial surgery as a Senior House Officer at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield. Following which, he completed a one-year multi-system implantology course at Trafford General Hospital in Manchester.
Experienced in both public and private sectors in the UK and Singapore, Dr Rashid is FDC’s Group Clinical Director and mentor to new dentists.
He has a special interest in dental implants, orthodontics (braces), Invisalign and minimally invasive aesthetic dentistry. His expertise also includes treating patients with dental phobia and anxiety-related issues, adopting various relaxation techniques to ensure a comfortable experience for patients.
Passionate in treating her patients, Dr Shue is a certified orthodontist with a wealth of experience in the dental industry. She has also served in various committees such as the Association of Orthodontists (Singapore) as President in 2003/2004 and 2004/2005.
Prior to working in a private practice, Dr Shue was working at the Dental Division and Department of Orthodontics at the Ministry of Health. She was also the visiting assistant professor at University of Toronto and University of California.
As the visiting consultant at the Cleft and Craniofacial Centre for a public hospital in Singapore, Dr Shue also participated in volunteering missions to Myanmar and Indonesia.
Dr Tang obtained her Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree at the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2005.After completing her residency programme at the National University Hospital and National Dental Centre, Dr. Tang proceeded to attain her specialist in Orthodontics at the National Faculty of Dentistry.
Dr Tang also holds a position as the treasurer of the Singapore Dental Association from 2014 to 2016 and is also a valued member of the Association of Orthodontics Singapore.
Dr Halid graduated from the National University of Singapore dental school in 1992, got married the same year, and is now happily married with six children. He had a stint in the Singapore Armed Forces as a dental officer for about two years before serving his bond with the Ministry of Health. Since then, he has been in private practice as a general dentist. To him, the highlight of being a dentist is being able to talk to patients and solve their dental problems. He finds it incredibly fulfilling when they are happy with their treatment. It has not always been easy dealing with patients who have a phobia of dental treatments or dentists. He helps such patients overcome their fears during consultation and dental procedures by going through the step-by-step process. Dentistry is not only his profession but is also a hobby. Even as he ages, he is happy just seeing his patients happy and smiling after treatment, and it helps take his mind off the constant backaches. A smile is an act of charity, rightfully said so.