Dr Nguee graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2013 with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery. She served for three years as a dental officer with the School Dental Service, National Dental Centre and polyclinics, practising paediatric and general dentistry.
With a keen interest in evidence-based oral health care, she began her postgraduate education in 2016 at the Erasmus University Medical Centre, Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and received a Research Masters in Health Sciences (specialisation in clinical epidemiology) in 2018. Her research focused on children from before birth till adulthood, and was based mainly on malocclusion, early dental visits and its impact on children’s quality of life.
She is now also involved in a population health study conducted by National Dental Centre in collaboration with Singapore Eye Research Institute.
In her free time, she enjoys good food and jazz music, passionately supports Liverpool FC and frequently ponders over the meaning of health.