Dr Goh achieved many firsts in his life and career.
However, being the first is only secondary to his desire to bring the best available to his patients and people who matter to him.


– First Gold Medal (Oral Maxillofacial Surgery Department), National University of Singapore
– Best Entrepreneur award, finalist Medical/Dental, National University of Singapore Centennial award
– Flame of Peace award, Habsburg, Austria (First Singaporean)


First Singapore Dentist to be awarded

– MSc Healthcare Management (Wales, Swansea)
– Dip Oral Implantology (Frankfurt, Germany)
– Special tutor, University of Frankfurt, Oral Implantology Department.
– International CEREC trainer (Sirona)
– International Condor Scan Mentor

Bringing the first of the best to Singapore, and the first dentist to complete the first cases

– Britesmile Teeth Whitening
– CEREC CadCam same day crowns
– Ankylos Implant
– Teka Implant
– Global first, CEREC AC
– Galleleo (Sirona) 3D Dental Imaging (digital volume tomography)
– 3M Lava CadCam digital zirconia and ceramic crown
– Ceramill CadCam digital zirconia and ceramic crown (Amann Girrbach, Austria)
– M-Splint CadCam mouthguard (Amann Girrbach)
– Waterlase MD (Biolase) dental laser
– Perio analysis, Cario analysis, Oral Cancer test, ( Institut Clinident Biopharma, France)
– Diagnodent Pen, laser caries detection (Kavo)
– Modern Clear, Orthodontic Clear Aligner (Germany)

Music and Education

Firm believers that music and arts are essential in the nurturing of great human beings, together with his wife, Karen, Dr Goh founded

– Tanglewood Music School, Singapore

– Amadeus International School, Vienna

Over the years, Dr Goh, together with his wife, Karen have amassed a small collection of rare string instruments.

These instruments are on loan to promising and established top class artists, whom Dr Goh believes will bring to the world the rarest of musical palette of colours.

– 1709 golden period Antonio Stradivari violin to
Yury Revich
– 1780 Giuseppe Guadagnini cello to
Liwei Qin
– 1844 JB Vuillaume cello to
Goh Brendan
– ca. 1760 CF Landolfi violin to
Ljuba Kalmykova
– 1730 Francesco Goffrilla violin to
Karol Danis
– 1830 Giovanni Dollenz cello to
Gavriel Lipkind