ENT Specialist Centre & the Children’s Eye & ENT Centre, which is conveniently located at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital in Singapore, provides a wide range of ENT treatments for adults and children. Not only is the clinic equipped with highly sophisticated diagnostic equipment, it is also specially designed to provide an atmosphere of comfort and safety.
The clinic provides diagnostic and treatment services for a wide variety of ear, nose, and throat conditions, such as snoring and sleep apnea, thyroid conditions, ear infections, tonsil and adenoid inflammation, and salivary gland problems, to name a few.
The clinic’s specialists offer a wide range of treatment options from routine checkups to complex surgical procedures. Every treatment plan is carefully formulated to address the exact needs of a patient, thereby increasing the chances of recovering from an illness and improving his or her overall health.
Dr. Dawn Teo is a renowned Otolaryngologist in Singapore and currently the director of The ENT Specialist Centre and The Children’s Eye and ENT Centre. With over 15 years of experience in Otolaryngology, she has acquired the needed experience and expertise to address the needs of both adults and children patients. Dr. Teo completed her medical degree at the University of Singapore in 2000, where she also went on to complete her specialist training in Otolaryngology. Upon completion of her specialist training, she pursued a clinical fellowship in Paediatric Otolaryngology at the Children’s Medical Center of the University of Texas Medical Center in Dallas, USA. While working at the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, she completed a course in paediatric transoral Robotic Surgery (TORS) for Obstructive Sleep Apnea. She is also trained in paediatric sialendoscopy, a minimally invasive surgical procedure that is used in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the salivary gland. Other than her medical practice, Dr. Teo has also developed a passion for teaching the country’s future Otolaryngologists. She is currently an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School and an active teaching faculty member of the Singhealth Residency Program.