About Dr Steven Soo

Dr Steven Soo is a Prosthodontist practising at Specialist Dental Group with special interest in prosthetic and implant restorative dentistry.

Upon completing his dental training from the University of Liverpool, he continued to attain his specialty training in Prosthetic Dentistry from the Eastman Dental Institute, University of London. Subsequently, he obtained his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Dental Biomaterials at the GKT Dental Institute, University of London in 2003.

Professional Activities

  • Honorary Clinical Lecturer, Eastman Dental Institute, University of London, UK
  • Formerly Clinical Teacher, GKT Dental Institute, University of London, UK
  • Formerly Specialty Dentist, Implant Prosthodontics, King’s College Dental Hospital, UK
  • Formerly Overseas Registration Examiner, UK

Fellowships/Specialty Boards

  • Prosthodontist, Specialist List, General Dental Council, UK
  • Prosthodontist, Specialist Register, Singapore Dental Council

Dr Soo has poured his expertise and experience on complex implant prosthodontics cases into numerous academic presentations and various scientific publications and remains as an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at at the Eastman Dental Institute.

Contact Dr Steven Soo

Phone: 67349393


  • BDS
  • MSc
  • PhD
  • FAMS

Awards and Achievements

Dr Soo received the Maclean’s Prize in Orthodontics and the Academy of Dental Materials Student Award.

Dr Steven Soo offers the following treatments

  • Consultations
  • Dental Assessments and Treatment
  • Jaw Joint (TMJ) Treatment
  • Bone Grafting
  • Gummy Smile Treatment
  • Bridges
  • Crowns
  • Wisdom Teeth Surgery
  • Children's Dentistry
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Dentures
  • Dental Implants
  • Veneers
  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Teeth Whitening

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How much improvement can I expect after teeth whitening for tea stains and coffee stains? (photo)

Surface tea and coffee stains are easily removed by simple scaling and polishing. In our clinic, we also use mild water-borne abrasion as it is very effective and can clean difficult to reach areas with no damage to the tooth enamel. Intrinsic or deeper yellow discolouration can be whitened with tooth whitening or bleaching procedures. In-clinic whitening and take-home kits are available and very good results that are safe for teeth can be achieved. You are recommended to consult your dentist for the most suitable method.

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How can I best maintain my dental bridge?

Here are two simple tips I give to all my patients with regards to caring for their dental bridge/crown: 1. Treat it as if it were your own natural tooth. Brush two times a day for at least two minutes each, floss at least once a day and visit a dentist two times a year. It is essential to continue with these oral care routine as a dental bridge/crown is equally susceptible to decay along the gum line. If you are unsure of how to floss effectively, ask your dentist so that he/she can guide you. 2. Try not to bite very hard things. For example: ice, nuts, crusty bread, dried fruit.

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Can I get veneers if I have gum disease?

Gum disease is a separate issue from veneers but with all dental restorations, it is advisable to make sure the foundations are healthy before improving the appearance. A crown is like a house, and our gums are like the foundation. If the gums are not healthy, the foundation is not stable and it will not be ideal to build the “house” (crown) on it. Hence, it is crucial to ensure that all active gum disease is removed before having any cosmetic work done.

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Crowns, Bridges & Veneers

Dr. Steven Soo is a Specialist in Prosthodontics (Teeth Replacement & Cosmetic Dentistry) at Specialist Dental Group. He was a Specialty Dentist in Implant Prosthodontics at King’s College Dental Hospital and an Overseas Registration Examiner while maintaining a successful private practice in Fitzroy Square, Central London.



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* This profile has been last updated on May 20, 2020.