Fees & Subsidies
Making A Dental Claim
Patients holding the Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS) card, Pioneer Generation, Merdeka generation and Plus! are entitled to relevant dental subsidies. Singaporeans/PRs can make a claim to offset part of your bill using your Medisave Account for dental surgery. While PLUS! card members can earn 1 link point for every $2 spent at Gentle Smile Dental Studio. *Terms and conditions apply.
Holders of PLUS! card members can earn 1 link point for every $2 spent
at Gentle Smile Dental Studio. *Terms and conditions apply.
Patients holding the Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS) card and all Pioneer Generation (PG) and Merdeka Generation (MG) seniors also receive special subsidies at CHAS clinics.
All participating CHAS GPs and dental clinics will display the CHAS stickers. To receive subsidies for your treatment at the CHAS clinic, please produce your valid CHAS, MG or PG card and NRIC during the visit. We also encourage clinics to check with their patients on their CHAS/MG/PG/PA status at the point of registration. CHAS cardholders below 15 years old will have to present their valid CHAS card with student ID or birth certificate. (More information about CHAS can be found here.)
You may log in to MyCHAS using your SingPass to check the amount of subsidies and claim limits you have left for the calendar year. Alternatively, you may call the CHAS hotline at 1800-275-2427.
The colour of the CHAS card indicates the subsidy tier that cardholders are entitled to, namely the CHAS Blue, Orange or Green tier.
The following table reflects CHAS coverage and claim limits for various dental services. Dental patients who meet the claim guidelines can apply to have their treatments covered by CHAS under certain conditions. However your dentist will need to make a clinical assessment to determine whether patients meet the CHAS claim guidelines for each dental procedure. Patients should speak with their dentists for more information.
Gentle Smile Dental Studio is accredited by the Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH) as a day surgery facility. Both Singaporeans and Permanent Residents of Singapore can make a portion of claim to offset their implant surgery expenses using their Medisave Account. The total amount of claim would depend on the complexity of the dental procedure. The claim is based on a per surgery and not per tooth basis.
Some common procedures that can be claimed under the Medisave scheme include:
Dental Implant surgery
Wisdom Tooth Surgery