Serving Hong Kong's
with Advanced Multidisciplinary Dental Care
We aim to serve Hong Kong’s underprivileged with advanced multidisciplinary dental care.
Severe diseases of the mouth and jaws like cancer, inflamed gums, tooth decay, crooked teeth, and deformed faces can impact overall quality-of-life, job prospects, and education. For those of us who suffer from deformed facial features, chronic tooth and jaw pain, headaches, and bleeding gums, something as simple as smiling becomes a real challenge and can lead to self-confidence issues, reclusiveness, and even suicidal tendencies. For the underserved members of our community, getting the advanced care they need can make a world of difference, yet access to advanced dental care is out of reach for many. SmilesForAll aims to serve Hong Kong's underprivileged with advanced multidisciplinary dental care.
Providing Life-changing Care to People who Need it the Most
Advanced dental care makes a significant impact to those of us who have severe and complex diseases of the mouth and jaws. At HKU’s Institute for Advanced Dentistry – Multi-Specialty Clinic, a centre of excellence for the management of complex and severe oral conditions, we have the expertise and technology to treat such diseases. With specialists from all dental disciplines working together in a state-of-the-art facility, we can provide life-changing care to those who need it the most.
Professor Thomas Flemmig
Severe Gum Disease
Severe gum disease can have a devastating impact on someone’s life, where something as simple as smiling becomes a real challenge.
Professor Leung Wai Keung
Division Coordinator of Periodontology & Implant Dentistry
With the generous support from the Azalea (1972) Endowment Fund, the Faculty of Dentistry of The University of Hong Kong (HKU) launched the “Azalea Gum Treatment Project". The Division of Periodontology & Implant Dentistry and the Institute for Advanced Dentistry – Multi-Specialty Clinic (IAD-MSC) at the Faculty will provide free comprehensive dental treatment to at least 100 needy patients suffering from severe gum disease at IAD-MSC.
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