Dental Services in Dubai

Dental Services in Dubai : We’re a dental team unlike any other, and we hope that it shows. Our patients see us for a wide variety of comprehensive dental care services because they know we offer the quality and gentle touch that they deserve. We implement state-of-the-art technology that makes appointments shorter, care more predictable, and treatments gentler.

Whether your dental needs are a complete exam and cleaning, a full-mouth restoration, or anything in between, we promise to provide you with exceptional care as we enhance the natural beauty of your smile. Below are just some of the many procedures and services we regularly provide to our patients – with a gentle touch, and stunning results. Your smile is our first priority, and we’ll give you something to smile about.

If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact us today. We look forward to providing you with the personal care you deserve.

CLEANINGS & PREVENTION

A preventive program is a cooperative effort by the patient, dentist, and dental staff to preserve the natural dentition and supporting structures by preventing the onset, progress, and recurrence of dental diseases and conditions.

Preventing dental disease starts at home with good oral hygiene and a balanced diet. It is continued in the dental office by the efforts of your dentist and dental hygienist to promote, restore, and maintain your oral health.

Prevention also includes regular dental exams, cleanings, and x-rays. Sealants and fluoride are also great preventive treatments that help protect the teeth. Prevention helps avoid serious and costly dental problems and is the key to having a healthy, confident, beautiful smile.

  • Digital Radiographs
  • Caring for Athletic Mouth Guards
  • Intraoral Cameras
  • Simple Tooth Extractions
  • Dental Exams & Cleanings
  • Dental X-Rays
  • Digital X-Rays
  • Fluoride Treatment
  • Home Care
  • How to Properly Brush & Floss
  • i-CAT® 3D Imaging
  • Oral Cancer Exam
  • Panoramic X-rays
  • Sealants

COSMETIC DENTISTRY

In the past decade there has been a dramatic interest in cosmetic dentistry. We all realize that having a healthy, bright, beautiful smile enhances our appearance and allows us to smile with confidence. Thanks to the advances in modern cosmetic dentistry, we are able to improve our teeth and smiles with quick, painless and surprisingly affordable treatments. Cosmetic dental treatments can:

  • Teeth Whitening
  • Restylane®
  • NiteWhite ACP Teeth Whitening
  • Juvederm®
  • Bonding
  • 3i Dental Implants
  • Composite Fillings
  • Durathin
  • daVinci™ Veneers
  • Day White®
  • Dental Implants
  • Empress® Restorations
  • LUMINEERS®
  • Porcelain Crowns (Caps)
  • Porcelain Fixed Bridges
  • Porcelain Inlays
  • Porcelain Onlays
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Procera® Crowns
  • Laser Teeth Whitening
  • Zoom Teeth Whitening

PERIODONTAL DISEASE

The word periodontal means “around the tooth”. Periodontal disease attacks the gums and the bone that support the teeth. Plaque is a sticky film of food debris, bacteria, and saliva. If plaque is not removed, it turns into calculus (tartar). When plaque and calculus are not removed, they begin to destroy the gums and bone. Periodontal disease is characterized by red, swollen, and bleeding gums.

Four out of five people have periodontal disease and don’t know it! Most people are not aware of it because the disease is usually painless in the early stages.

Not only is it the number one reason for tooth loss, research suggests that there may be a link between periodontal disease and other diseases such as, stroke, bacterial pneumonia, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and increased risk during pregnancy. Researchers are determining if inflammation and bacteria associated with periodontal disease affects these systemic diseases and conditions. Smoking also increases the risk of periodontal disease.

Good oral hygiene, a balanced diet, and regular dental visits can help reduce your risk of developing periodontal disease.

  • Periodontal Disease Self-Evaluation
  • What is Periodontal (Gum) Disease?
  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment
  • Maintenance
  • Causes of Periodontal Disease
  • Types of Periodontal Disease
  • Signs & Symptoms of Periodontal Disease
  • Mouth – Body Connection
  • Periodontal Disease and Diabetes
  • Periodontal Disease, Heart Disease and Stroke
  • Periodontal Disease and Pregnancy
  • Periodontal Disease and Osteoporosis
  • Periodontal Disease and Respiratory Disease

RESTORATIONS

It’s great news that the incidence of tooth decay has significantly diminished over the years due to the use of fluorides and an increase in patient awareness. However, teeth are still susceptible to decay, infection, and breakage and sometimes need to be restored back to health. Through improved techniques and modern technology, we are now able to offer more options for restoring a tooth back to its normal shape, appearance and function.

Should your teeth ever require a restorative treatment, you can rest assured knowing we will always discuss with you the available options, and recommend what we believe to be the most comfortable and least invasive treatment. Providing you with excellent care is our number one priority when creating your beautiful smile.

  • Innova Implants
  • Zimmer Implants
  • Straumann® Implants
  • Intra-Lock® Dental Implants
  • 3i Dental Implants
  • Amalgam Fillings
  • Composite Fillings
  • Crowns (Caps)
  • Dental Implants
  • Dentures & Partial Dentures
  • Empress® Restorations
  • Fixed Bridges
  • Inlay Restorations
  • Onlay Restorations
  • Root Canal Therapy

ORTHODONTICS

It’s great news that the incidence of tooth decay has significantly diminished over the years due to the use of fluorides and an increase in patient awareness. However, teeth are still susceptible to decay, infection, and breakage and sometimes need to be restored back to health. Through improved techniques and modern technology, we are now able to offer more options for restoring a tooth back to its normal shape, appearance and function.

Should your teeth ever require a restorative treatment, you can rest assured knowing we will always discuss with you the available options, and recommend what we believe to be the most comfortable and least invasive treatment. Providing you with excellent care is our number one priority when creating your beautiful smile.

  • Care During Orthodontic Treatment
  • What Does Orthodontic Treatment Involve?
  • Orthodontic Treatment Phases
  • Orthodontic Exams
  • Orthodontic Conditions
  • Orthodontic Appliances
  • Is It Ever Too Late To Get Braces?
  • Repositioning Teeth with Orthodontic Appliances
  • At-Home Care for Orthodontic Soreness
  • Orthodontic Emergencies
  • What is Orthodontics?
  • What is an Orthodontist?
  • What is a Malocclusion?
  • Who Can Benefit From Orthodontics?
  • Orthodontic Treatment (Braces)
  • Orthodontic Treatment Phases
  • Care Following Orthodontics – Retainers
  • Invisalign®
  • Why Straighten Teeth?
  • Orthodontic Dictionary

ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY

It’s great news that the incidence of tooth decay has significantly diminished over the years due to the use of fluorides and an increase in patient awareness. However, teeth are still susceptible to decay, infection, and breakage and sometimes need to be restored back to health. Through improved techniques and modern technology, we are now able to offer more options for restoring a tooth back to its normal shape, appearance and function.

Should your teeth ever require a restorative treatment, you can rest assured knowing we will always discuss with you the available options, and recommend what we believe to be the most comfortable and least invasive treatment. Providing you with excellent care is our number one priority when creating your beautiful smile.

Tooth Hemisection
Tooth Extractions
Simple Tooth Extractions
Apicoectomy
Bone Grafting
Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate
Corrective Jaw Surgery (Orthognathic Surgery)
Dental Implants
3i Dental Implants
Facial Trauma Reconstruction
Impacted Canines
Mini Dental Implants
Oral Pathology
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Sleep Apnea
Sleep Apnea Appliances
TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction)
Botox® as an Alternative Treatment for TMJ
Wisdom Teeth Extractions

PERIODONTICS

It’s great news that the incidence of tooth decay has significantly diminished over the years due to the use of fluorides and an increase in patient awareness. However, teeth are still susceptible to decay, infection, and breakage and sometimes need to be restored back to health. Through improved techniques and modern technology, we are now able to offer more options for restoring a tooth back to its normal shape, appearance and function.

Should your teeth ever require a restorative treatment, you can rest assured knowing we will always discuss with you the available options, and recommend what we believe to be the most comfortable and least invasive treatment. Providing you with excellent care is our number one priority when creating your beautiful smile.

What is a Periodontist?
When to See a Periodontist
Antibiotic Treatment
Bone Grafting
Bruxism
Crown Lengthening
Gum & Jawbone Corrective Treatments
Gum Grafting
Gum Recession
Oral Cancer Exam
Periodontal Scaling & Root Planing
Pocket Irrigation
Pocket Reduction Surgery
Prophylaxis (Teeth Cleaning)
Regenerative Procedures
Ridge Modification
Root Amputation
Sinus Augmentation
Soft Tissue Grafting

ENDODONTICS

Endodontics is a specialized branch of dentistry that deals with the complex structures found inside the teeth. The Greek word “Endodontics” literally means “inside the tooth” and relates to the tooth pulp, tissues, nerves, and arterioles. Endodontists receive additional dental training after completing dental school to enable them to perform both complex and simple procedures, including root canal therapy.

Historically, a tooth with a diseased nerve would be removed immediately, but endodontists are now able to save the natural tooth in most cases. Generally, extracting the inner tooth structures, then sealing the resulting gap with a crown restores health and functionality to damaged teeth.

Cracked Tooth
Root Amputation
Root Canal Retreatment
Root Canal Therapy
DENTAL ANXIETY AND FEAR

PROSTHODONTICS

Prosthodontics is the specialized field of dentistry concerned with diagnosing, planning and executing restorative and cosmetic treatments. Dentists who choose to specialize in prosthodontics must complete three or four more years of dedicated training following dental school.

A prosthodontist is in essence an architect, who formulates a comprehensive treatment plan and informs the patient as to what is possible. Missing or defective teeth can be extremely detrimental to self-esteem and self-confidence. Using the latest technology, a prosthodontist is able to fill these gaps with functional, natural-looking teeth that boost confidence and enhance the smile.

Crowns (Caps)
Dental Implants
Dentures & Partial Dentures
Fixed Bridges
Porcelain Veneers
LASER DENTISTRY
BIOLASE® Waterlase®

DENTAL EMERGENCIES

Dental emergencies are quite frightening and often painful. Prompt treatment is almost always required to alleviate pain and to ensure the teeth have the best possible chance of survival.

Sometimes, teeth become fractured by trauma, grinding, or biting on hard objects. In other cases, fillings, crowns, and other restorative devices can be damaged or fall out of the mouth completely. If there is severe pain, it is essential to contact our office immediately. The pain caused by dental emergencies almost always gets worse without treatment, and dental issues can seriously jeopardize physical health.

Types of dental emergency and how to deal with them

Avulsed tooth (tooth knocked out)

If a tooth has been knocked clean out of the mouth, it is essential to see a dentist immediately. When a tooth exits the mouth, tissues, nerves, and blood vessels become damaged. If the tooth can be placed back into its socket within an hour, there is a chance the tissues will grow to support the tooth once again.

Here are some steps to take:

Call our office.
Pick up the tooth by the crown and rinse it under warm water. DO NOT touch the root.
If possible, place it back into its socket – if not tuck it into the cheek pouch.
If the tooth cannot be placed in the mouth, put the tooth into a cup of milk, saliva, or water as a last resort. It is important to keep the tooth from drying out.
Get to our office, quickly and safely.
We will try to replace the tooth in its natural socket. In some cases, the tooth will reattach, but if the inner mechanisms of the teeth are seriously damaged, root canal therapy might be necessary.

Lost filling or crown

Usually, a crown or filling comes loose while eating. Once it is out of the mouth, the affected tooth may be incredibly sensitive to temperature changes and pressure. Crowns generally become loose because the tooth beneath is decaying. The decay causes shape changes in the teeth – meaning that the crown no longer fits.

If a crown has dropped out of the mouth, make a dental appointment as soon as possible. Keep the crown in a cool, safe place because there is a possibility that we can reinsert it. If the crown is out of the mouth for a long period of time, the teeth may shift or sustain further damage.

When we are not immediately accessible, here are the steps to take:

Apply clove oil to the tooth to alleviate pain.
Clean the crown, and affix it onto the tooth with dental cement. This can be purchased at a local pharmacy.
If the crown is lost, smear the top of the tooth with dental cement to alleviate discomfort.
DO NOT use any kind of glue to affix the crown.
We will check the crown to see if it still fits. If it does, it will be reattached to the tooth. Where decay is noted, this will be treated and a new crown will be made.

Cracked or broken teeth

The teeth are strong, but they are still prone to fractures, cracks, and breaks. Sometimes fractures are fairly painless, but if the crack extends down into the root, it is likely that the pain will be extreme. Fractures, cracks, and breaks can take several different forms, but are generally caused by trauma, grinding, and biting. If a tooth has been fractured or cracked, there is no alternative but to schedule an appointment as quickly as possible.

Where a segment of tooth has been broken off, here are some steps that can be taken at home:

Call our office.
Rinse the tooth fragment and the mouth with lukewarm water.
Apply gauze to the area for ten minutes if there is bleeding.
Place a cold, damp dishtowel on the cheek to minimize swelling and pain.
Cover the affected area with over-the-counter dental cement if you cannot see us immediately.
Take a topical pain reliever.
The nature of the break or fracture will limit what we are able to do. If a fracture or crack extends into the root, root canal therapy is often the most effective way to retain the tooth. In the case of a complete break, your dentist will usually affix the fragment back onto the tooth as a temporary measure.

Dislodged/loose teeth

When a tooth has been dislodged or loosened from its socket by trauma or decay, it might be possible to save it. If the tooth remains in the mouth still attached to the blood vessels and nerves, there is a good chance root canal therapy will not be necessary.

It is important to call our office immediately to make an appointment. In the meantime, use a cold compress and over-the-counter medications to relieve pain. Your dentist will reposition the tooth and add splints to stabilize it. If the tooth fails to heal, root canal therapy might be required.

If you have questions or concerns about dental emergencies, please contact our office.

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