Dr. Pang Chin Heng

Clinical Director 

Dr Pang Chin Heng graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) with a Bachelor in Dental Surgery (BDS) in 1984. He then worked at Queenstown government Polyclinic from 1984 to 1986. Shortly after, Dr Pang and his wife, Dr Ng Poh Leng, started their first private clinic (Pang & Ng Dental Surgery Pte Ltd, Hougang).


A year later, a second branch at Bishan was set up. Dr Pang enjoys all fields of dentistry but is especially passionate about prosthodontics, periodontics and implants. He believes in the importance of maintenance of good dental health and focuses on providing all his patients with functional dentition and good aesthetics. His firm belief in the treatment of the patient as a whole led him to work closely with other medical colleagues and dental specialists, so as to provide the optimal treatment for his patients. In his pursuit of lifelong learning, Dr Pang frequents update courses to keep himself abreast in dental treatment progress for continual improvement in patient care.


Dr Pang values the patient’s trust in his treatment highly and aims always to provide the best treatment option for his patient. As a family man with 3 children, Dr Pang’s hope is to continue running both clinics as a cohesive family unit, together with the help of his long-serving admin staff and nurses. Two of his three children, Dr Rachel Pang and Dr Ian Pang, are also dental surgeons who have resolved to continue his legacy of service. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his family and catching up with his close friends over coffee.

Dr. Ng Poh Leng (Dr. Marcia Pang)

Clinical Director 

Dr Ng Poh Leng obtained her Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 1984. She then served in the Institute of Dental Health and Queenstown Polyclinic for the next 2 years. In 1986, together with her husband, Dr Pang Chin Heng, they founded Pang & Ng Dental Surgery Pte Ltd. 

Dr Ng has a keen interest in orthodontics, restorative dentistry and areas of dentistry that help to alleviate pain and restore self-esteem. She has a soft spot for the vulnerable and marginalized in society and is heavily involved in palliative dentistry in Singapore and preventive care in her mission work overseas. She has led multiple dental mission trips to Cambodia and Vietnam where she solicited local dentists' collaboration in her pursuit to achieve good dental care for the residents in these remote regions. Locally she volunteers her service on a weekly basis at the hospice and community outreach dental clinic.

Dr Ng’s vision of dentistry is a healthcare vocation where compassion matches the passion of the craft. She firmly believes that all dental work provided should be an outflow of genuine care for the patient.

Dr. Ian Pang

Associate Dental Surgeon

Dr Ian Pang graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Science (Honours) from the University of Queensland. He gained invaluable experience caring for the dental needs of patients in government hospitals such as the Oral Health Centre, Ipswich Community Dental Clinic and the University’s Rural Clinic. He also has gained experience treating patients under general anaesthesia at the Ipswich Hospital. In his final year, Dr Pang was awarded the Colgate-UQ Undergraduate Research Prize for his team’s research in potentially preventable emergency department dental conditions in West Moreton. 


Practical experience in various public dental clinics across Queensland allows Dr Pang to optimise dental care for patients from diverse backgrounds with differing needs. Dr Pang’s passion for service has led him to serve in volunteer organistions both locally and abroad in Mount Alvernia Assisi Hospice, Agape Village, A-Call-To-Share (Phnom Penh/ Battambang) since his schooling years. 


In the clinic, Dr Pang strives to provide holistic patient-centred dental care. He fully subscribes to the notion of life-long learning and regularly participates in continuing dental education and hands-on workshops both locally and overseas. In his free time, Dr Pang enjoys travelling, good food and spending time with his family. 

Dr. Rachel Pang

Associate Dental Surgeon

Dr Rachel Pang has received her BDS degree from the University of Adelaide. Having been exposed to the rural settings and the underprivileged in South Australia, she has a soft spot for the marginalized in society. She has been on various volunteer trips like the Christian Health Aid Team (CHAT), Kids International Dental Services (KIDS) and A Call To Share (ACTS) where she has volunteered her services dentally and in sports and music education. 

Dr Pang firmly believes in treating the patient holistically. She finds great satisfaction in giving kids a great first dental experience through a gentle caring approach, and with a conscious effort to convert dental phobic patients to dental friendly ones. 

Outside of dentistry, she is a huge music lover. She plays the piano, violin and guitar and enjoys connecting with people through music and the arts.