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ends 31 Oct 2021, 11:59 PM
Rabbit Tooth Candy aka Da Bai Tooth Nai Tang - by Sophia Chew Hwee Sim + Ma Wei Lin Raechel

This design is based on a wordplay "sweet tooth". We used a local childhood sweet, "White Rabbit Candy" as it would be identifiable and has a nostalgia factor. There is also a hidden pun within the design that people who are bilingual might be able to catch it which is the Chinese character "Tu Rabbit" in the sweet name is substituted to the tooth as they sound alike in pronunciation. The character of the rabbit as the main protagonist is seen performing different activities to stay healthy and strong.

Marrying art and oral health, the Charity Tooth Stools project aims to raise awareness of the importance of oral health in Singapore. To bring this project to life, 25 NYP students applied their artistic flair to uniquely design and paint 13 fibreglass stools. Shaped in the form of a tooth, these stools can be functionally used in offices, clinics or homes, or aesthetically displayed as decorative art pieces.

Make a gift today in support of the students' work and get a beautiful stool of your choice. Each stool will go to the highest donor as a token of appreciation if it raises $4,000 or more.

All proceeds for this project go to the NDCS Tooth Fairy Fund, which supports needy patients who require dental treatment, and oral health research and education efforts.

About the Charity

National Dental Centre Singapore (NDCS) Tooth Fairy Fund

Established in 2007, Tooth Fairy Fund was set up to provide treatment funding for underprivileged patients requiring dental care such as extractions, scaling and polishing, dentures, and periodontal treatment.

With effect from 1 August 2018, we have enhanced the scope of Tooth Fairy Fund to maintain its relevance in supporting Singaporeans' dental needs. The fund is now known as NDCS Tooth Fairy Fund and supports:

1. needy patients and other patient-focused programmes
2. research and education causes under the SingHealth Duke-NUS Oral Health Academic Clinical Programme to advance the delivery of medicine for better care
3. areas of greatest need identified by NDCS management

All donations received are managed by SingHealth Fund (SHF), an insititution of Public Character (UEN 201624016E)

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