Teeth for the toothless

Dentist Dr Chow Kai Foo wants to ensure that it is not just ‘the rich and the brave’ who can afford dental implants.

BO geh, bo geh, chiak taugeh!” Literally translated as “No teeth, no teeth, eat beansprouts!”, this Hokkien rhyme warns children about the dangers of toothlessness, among which is the inability to eat solid food.

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