Dental clinics are aplenty in Singapore but most of these clinics are owned and operated by the dentists themselves. That means the owner of the clinic needs to attend to patients and manage the administrative and financial aspects of the business as well. This is also the main reason why so many of these clinics are unable to scale up or offer a proper career path for their staff. 

This is where local dental group Oracare steps in and provides dedicated corporate functions such as human resource, operations, marketing and communications to support the clinics.

“With that, the dentist can focus on their first love, which is being a dentist first. They can better concentrate on attending to their patients and in some cases even mentor younger dentists,” says Leon Luai, CEO of Oracare, who believes there is a very good business and investment proposition between Oracare and the other entities under the group. 

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