Welcome to Novomed Dental Clinic in Dubai, UAE
We have a team of experienced dentists and maxillofacial surgeons who provide individualized and comprehensive dental care for patients of all ages.
Our state-of-the-art dental clinic leverages cutting-edge dental procedures such as dental implant surgery, fixed dentures, and cosmetic dentistry procedures such as teeth whitening, gummy smile treatment, and teeth straightening using orthodontal treatments. Many of these treatments are done under sedative agent and local anesthesia, thus rendering the dental treatment completely painless.
Come and experience pain-free dentistry with Novomed Dental Clinic.
Our expert cosmetic dentist has years of experience in smile makeovers, full mouth rehabilitation, veneers, ‘Hollywood smile’ tooth-whitening, anti-aging dentistry and more.
Where appropriate, our dentist used the latest laser techniques to treat cavities, gum and other oral issues. Lasers can make treatments more efficient, affordable and comfortable People often think of lasers as a way of whitening teeth, but there are many more applications now. For example, they can also treat:
- Root canal infections
- Inflamed gums
- Tooth hypersensitivity
- Tooth decay
- Exposing partially erupted wisdom teeth
- Gum disease
- Regenerating damaged nerves.
- Removing benign oral tumors
- Gum reshaping, for example to fix a ‘gummy smile’
- Taking biopsies for analysis
Regular dental visits are a vital component in keeping your teeth healthy and avoiding gum disease. Through regular check-ups, our experienced dentists can evaluate the current state of your oral health, address existing issues and, importantly, identify potential problems before they get more serious and require more complex expensive treatment.
4. Saving teeth & modern endodontic techniques
Endodontics has evolved immensely in recent years and our dentists specialize in saving teeth. Modern techniques are allowing us to save teeth that just a few years ago would have been lost. When endodontic treatment is not effective, endodontic surgery may be able to save the tooth. Endodontic treatment will be needed if the soft tissue, called pulp, inside the root canal, becomes inflamed or infected. The infection or inflammation could be the result of deep decay, an injury to the tooth with or without a visible chip or crack in the tooth, or repeated dental procedures on the same tooth. If pulp inflammation or infection is left untreated, it can result in an abscess or could become painful, so early detection is important.