BEVERLY WILSHIRE DENTAL

Level 9, Kenanga Tower,
No. 237 Jalan Tun Razak,
50400 Kuala Lumpur.

+603 2118 2999

enquiry@beverlywilshiredental.com

Complimentary Valet Parking

Business hours

Monday to Saturday | 0930am – 0530pm
Saturday | 0930am - 0130pm
Sunday & Public Holidays | Closed

Doctors / 26.01.2019

Dr Tan Wee Kee, Consultant in Orthodontics & Oral Implantology, received his dental surgery degree from University of Malaya in 1982. He completed his Master of Dental from University of Dundee, Scotland in 1991 and went on to obtain his Master of Science in Orthodontics from University of London, England in 1993. Always keen to learn and to sharpen his skills besides being abreast with the latest techniques, Dr Tan also enjoys a game of golf or two and would...

Doctors / 26.01.2019

When not in white robes, she dances to the rhythms of Odissi Music-  a synthesis of music styles. Greeting everyone with a bright smile, Dr Yoganjali Dorairaj, or better known as Dr. Anjali, radiates warmth to everyone around her. Believing that a great smile is everyone’s asset, she finds great joy in delivering the best results to her patients....

Tips & Facts / 26.01.2019

What is fact and what is fiction when it comes to dental hygiene. There are plenty of misconceptions out there when it comes to taking care of your smile, with the correct information, good oral hygiene can be achieved easily in a few minutes a day, whilst wrong practices will cause irreversible damage....

Teeth whitening / 26.01.2019

Well, I guess my teeth are Chinese too wtf.  I’ve been thinking of going for teeth whitening for about a year now because my teeth damn gross la!  You can’t really tell cos I always use my magic Casio camera to camwhore and it whitens everything, but I’d been feeling uncomfortable about the state of my teeth....

Tips & Facts / 26.01.2019

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that a child goes to the dentist by age 1 or within six months after the first tooth erupts. Primary teeth typically begin growing in around 6 months of age. Most children do not visit a dentist until they are well over the age of 2. This is far later than recommended by both dental and medical professionals. Frequently mentioned reasons were that “the child is too young” or “doesn’t have enough teeth...

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