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

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




  • Stainless Steel (Metal) Braces – Conventional
  • Stainless Steel (Metal) Braces – Self Ligating
  • Ceramic Braces – Conventional
  • Ceramic Braces – Self Ligating
  • Invisible Braces – Invisalign
  • Invisible Braces – Lingual Braces


There are many reasons people get braces, diagram below shows a summary if you may require braces treatment:

Fixed appliances like braces are attached to the teeth by metal bands or special cement. They aren’t normally taken off until treatment is complete.

  • Metal braces/Traditional braces – Often also called “traditional braces,” metal braces have two basic components. These are the metal bracket that is applied to the teeth and the bendable metal wire that is threaded through the brackets in order to apply pressure to the teeth and ultimately move them.
  • Ceramic Braces – Ceramic braces were once a very popular alternative to metal braces. Because the brackets were made out of a ceramic material that is the same color and has the same texture as teeth, it would be very difficult to see the ceramic brackets on the teeth.
  • Self-Ligating Braces (Metal/Ceramic) – Similar to traditional metal and ceramic braces, self-ligating braces make use of the bracket and wire system. Usage clips instead of elastic bands to hold the brace’s wire in place provides lesser friction, more confortable and less trip to orthodontic for adjustment.
  • Lingual Braces – Invisible Braces
    Essentially the exact same as metal braces, except that they are on the inside of the bite, instead of on the outside. They can be just as effective as traditionally placed braces, whether of metal or ceramic, but they cannot be seen from outside of the mouth.


Removable appliances may be used to move selected teeth, to hold selected teeth in place, to influence growth of the jaws, and to influence tooth eruption.


Strictly speaking, retainers aren’t braces. Instead of moving your teeth, their job is to hold them in their new position once your braces come off. We offer removable retainers consist of clear vacuum-formed mouth guards that snugly fit your teeth to hold them in position. Wherelse, fixed retainers are thin stainless steel wires that are permanently attached behind your front teeth where they stop your teeth from moving 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Option of clear aligner retainer is also available, for those requiring invisible approach.


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