Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon
Dr Juliet Tay is the Clinical Director of The Implant and Oral Surgery Centre and has over 13 years of clinical experience. She obtained her Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree from the National University of Singapore where she was awarded numerous awards, including the FAC Ohlers Award for the best clinical student and the prestigious Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal for the best overall graduate.
Following a 2 year posting as a dental officer at the National Dental Centre, she was awarded a scholarship to undergo specialist training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. She completed her specialist training and graduated with a Masters of Dental Surgery degree. She was admitted as a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons during the second year of her specialist training. She is also on the Academy of Medicine, Singapore Roll of Specialists and the Singapore Dental Council Specialist Register.
Her expertise includes full mouth reconstruction with dental implants, smile makeovers, dentoalveolar surgery including wisdom teeth removal, orthognathic surgery (jaw surgery), maxillofacial trauma and oral pathology. Dr Tay lectures extensively on the topic of dental implantology and has published in international journals. She is the co-author of the book “ A Patients’ Guide to Dental Implants.” She holds a position at the National University of Singapore as Adjunct Lecturer. Dr Tay is fully accredited and has been granted operating privileges at major private hospitals in Singapore including Gleneagles Hospital, Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Raffles Hospital, Thomson Medical Centre, Mount Alvernia Hospital and Eastshore Hospital.
She is a member of the Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (Singapore) as well as a fellow of the International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. She has also been involved in dental charity mission trips in the region organised by UNIFEM. She was recently appointed AIC Implant Clinical Advising Professor for her significant contribution to the development of dental medicine.