Welcome to Our Dental Department
The goal of the Department is to provide the very best, state-of-the-art dental care so that each patient may achieve optimal dental health throughout his or her lifetime.
SCOPE OF SERVICE
• Highly qualified general dentists with recognized international graduate and post-graduate training
• Extending services in primary care, advanced general dentistry and cosmetic dentistry.
• 24 hour per day care.
• Emergency examination. Management, treatment of all anticipated emergencies.
• A complete dental clinic established within the Emergency Room.
Maxillofacial Prosthetics involves the prosthetic rehabilitation of regions of the head and neck that missing or defective by means of non-living tissue substitutes. These efficiencies may be due to surgical treatment, trauma, pathology or congenital malformation.
• Conservative management of gum disease.
• Surgical dibridment and management of periodontal bone defects.
• Management of medically compromised patients with oral conditions and symptoms.
• Surgical replacement of missing teeth with dental implants
This dental specialty is aimed at the diagnosis, prevention, interception, guidance, and correction of malrelationships of the developing or mature orofacial structures.
• Internationally trained consultants with advanced training in the treatment of the pediatric, adolescent and adult patient.
• Fixed and removable.
• Full-mouth rehabilitation cases.
• Tooth supported fixed prostheses.
• Tooth supported removable prostheses.
• Implant supported prostheses.
Endodontic treatment is necessary when the pulp becomes inflamed or infected. Endodontic treatment (root canal)
involves the removal of the diseased pulp tissue and cleansing and filling of the root canal space.
• Conventional endodontic treatment (root canal).
• Surgical endodontic treatment.
• Management of dental trauma patients.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Maxillofacial prosthetics involves the prosthetic rehabilitation of regions of the head and neck that are missing or defective by means of non-living tissue substitutes. These deficiencies may be due to surgical treatment, trauma, pathology, or congenital malformation.
• Surgical extraction.
• Diagnoses and evaluation of oral medicine and oral pathology cases.
• Trauma and fracture cases.
• In-house consultations.
• Soft tissue Laser surgery.
• Management of cleft lip and palate
• Routine dental and implant follow-up visits.
• Dental sealants.
• Fluoride treatments.
• Caries prevention.