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Dr Wong Specialist Clinic is OPEN during CMCO for Klang

Dear Sir/Mdm /Ms


Kindly be informed that our clinic will remain OPEN  during CMCO.


If you need a traveling letter to our clinic for appointments, kindly call 03-3884 8782 or Whatsapp to 017-708 9112.


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Mental health Care

Welcome !

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”.

Therefore a complete sense of well being involves the journey of nurturing our physical, mental ( thoughts and emotion ), social and spiritual health.

Total mental health involves not only management of emotional issues but discovering and developing the strengths, abilities and talents which is inherent in every individual.


We are committed to ensure that you attain holistic health which includes physical, emotional,social and spiritual aspects.


“Life is difficult. This is the great truth, one of the greatest truths – it is a great truth because once we see this truth, we transcend it.”

Dr. M. Scott Peck


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Klang Clinic   :  Tel : 03-38848782

Whatsapp for appointment only: 017-7089112


No Siri Kelulusan  : KKLIU  2122/2017

Communication series with Dr Vincent Wong (Psychiatrist) – 2.0

How to speak so that people want to listen by Julian Treasure

Julian Treasure shared 4 principles of good speaking habits in an acronym H.A.I.L.

HAIL means to greet someone enthusiastically.

  1. H for Honesty.
  2. A  for Authenticity : This means being our true self.
  3. I for Integrity :  This means to do what we say or to walk the talk. To be a person someone can trust.
  4. L for Love : To say it with love, respect and sensitivity.

I always believe that words are very powerfully in our day to day communication. It is not only what we say but equally important is how we say it.

If we are making a certain demands, we can choose to say something in a blunt and aggressive manner or we can choose to express ourselves in a direct yet respectful manner.

If we are trying to resolve a disagreement with a close friend or a family member, we can either confront with a loud voice in a heated argument or say it in a respectful and loving manner.

As the saying goes, Words can make or break us.  So the choice is ours to say it the H.A.I.L. manner.

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Communication series with Dr Vincent Wong (Psychiatrist) – 1.0

For this season, I will be posting a series on communication. Communication is so important in our daily life.

Good Communication is the oil that smoothen every friction in a relationship!

So let’s get started with my favorite TED Talk by Julian Treasure. Enjoy!


Dental health and Mental health, which is more important?

Here is a helpful video on mental health entitled “Emotional First Aid” by Guy Winch

If we brush our teeth twice a day to take care of our dental health, we should also take care of our mental health or brain health at least twice a day.

What do you think?




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