SIX PILLARS OF THE SHINE APPROACH


Approach


Our caring and resourceful team, state-of-the-art infrastructure, and child-centered approach support our claim of being an industry-leading pediatric dental clinic of Nepal.

For Your Child


Our approach, backed by a team trained for child health care and our child-centered resources, involves you and your child in the oral health care process.

Our Team


Our caring and resourceful team of doctors, hygienists, and administrative staff lead the Shine Way of making your child’s dental visit a pleasing, cheerful, and happy experience.

Our Mission


Our mission is to improve the oral hygiene of children of Nepal by fostering collaborations between stakeholders: doctors, parents, guardians, teachers, community, and the child.

Pioneering Inclusion


Envisioning “a healthy smile for all children of Nepal and the adults they grow into”, we pioneer inclusion by integrating inclusive practices within the organization and beyond.

Social Responsibility


Driven by our value of extending our services for all children of Nepal, our community programs have benefited over 6,000 individuals with better oral health care.

ABOUT US

A healthy smile for all children of Nepal and the adults they grow into.


Our caring and resourceful team, the state of the art infrastructure and child-centered approach supports our claim of being an industry-leading pediatric dental clinic of Nepal. Since our inception in 2013, our team has been leading the Shine Way of making your child’s dental visit a pleasing, cheerful, and happy experience. We are committed to offering top quality services to serve our vision of creating “a healthy smile for all children of Nepal and the adults they grow into.” 

Adopting inclusive and child-friendly practices in our approach inspired us to become the first wheelchair-friendly pediatric dental clinic in Nepal in 2018. We have been extending our services to the larger community through community outreach and social responsibility programs like the School Oral Health Orientation Program and Dental Camps, including a four-year-long project to make Ama Foundation’s Ama Ghar (an orphanage in Kathmandu), an oral disease-free home.