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Clinical House Polyclinic – Dental Clinic In Dubai

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Clinical House Polyclinic – Dental Clinic In Dubai – As teeth are one of the first things we notice about a person, it’s worth looking after your smile. Visiting a good dentist and dental practice is the ideal way to ensure that your mouth and teeth stay healthy and attractive. That’s why, at The Clinical House Polyclinic – Dental Clinic, our dental teams are selected from the highest quality practitioners with expertise in all areas of dentistry.

At our clinics you’ll be greeted by qualified dentists and state-of-the-art technology, carefully selected to offer you the very best dental care.

Ensure your teeth get the treatment they deserve.

Insurance

In an effort to satisfy existing and new clients, and provide them with the quality treatment they deserve, we, The Clinical House Polyclinic – Dental Clinic, are continuously expanding our accepted insurance networks. We also provide customized corporate dental packages for organisations that do not provide dental insurance for their employees, at extremely competitive rates, making quality dental care accessible to everyone.

We currently accept the following insurance:

Arab Orient
Noor Takaful
Adamjee
Meethaq
Salama-Islamic Arab Insurance
Dubai National
Ras Al-Khaimah National
Al Sagr National
Arabia
Al Ittihad Al Watani
Nextcare (reimbursement only)
NAS (reimbursement only)
Aetna (reimbursement only)

We also accept the following corporate packages:

Dubai Islamic Bank employees with NAS insurance
Emirates Group employees with Face Card
Al Wasl Group employees (custom corporate dental package)
Collect Plus employees (custom corporate dental package)

Services

Dental Implants

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots used to support a restoration for a missing tooth or teeth, helping to stop or prevent jaw bone loss. The dental implant procedure is categorized as a form of prosthetic (artificial replacement) dentistry, but also is considered a form of cosmetic dentistry.

People who have lost teeth might feel too self-conscious to smile or talk. Additionally, biting irregularities caused by tooth loss can have a negative effect on eating habits, leading to secondary health problems like malnutrition.

By replacing missing tooth roots, dental implants provide people with the strength and stability required to eat all the foods they love, without struggling to chew. Additionally, dental implants stimulate and maintain jaw bone, preventing bone loss and helping to maintain facial features.

Tooth Loss
Teeth are lost because of:
-Tooth decay
-Root canal failure
-Gum disease (Periodontitis)
-Trauma to the mouth (tooth injury)
-Excessive wear and tear
-Congenital defects

Dental Implants: Consultation, Placement, and Recovery
To determine if implants are right for you, a consultation with your dentist, oral surgeon, and/or periodontist or prosthodontist is needed. During this appointment, your dental professional will thoroughly examine your teeth and gums and evaluate bone density and quantity. This may involve X-rays and, in some cases, computer tomography scans (CT scans) to ensure there is sufficient bone structure for placing the implant(s), and to determine exactly where the implant should be placed.

Based on the condition of your oral tissues, oral hygiene and personal habits, and commitment to follow aftercare instructions, your dentist will advise you of the most appropriate dental implant treatment plan. Some patients with insufficient bone or gum tissue require bone or soft tissue grafts and/or the use of small diameter implants (also called mini implants).

Can oral surgery correct your functional dental concern?
Depending on your situation, your dental professional will advise you of how long the entire treatment process will take, how many appointments will be necessary and what you can expect after each procedure. During the consultation, options for local anesthesia (to numb the affected and surrounding areas) and sedation dentistry, if necessary, also will be discussed.

The Dental Implant Placement Procedure
Today’s dental implant restorations are virtually indistinguishable from other teeth. This appearance is aided in part by the structural and functional connection between the dental implant and the living bone. Implants are typically placed in a single sitting but require a period of osseointegration.

Osseointegration is the process by which the dental implant anchors to the jaw bone. Osseointegrated implants are the most commonly used and successful type of dental implant. An osseointegrated implant takes anywhere from three to six months to anchor and heal, at which point your dentist can complete the procedure by placing a crown restoration. If osseointegration does not occur, the implant will fail.

Detailed procedural steps are as follows:

–Preparing the Jaw for Implantation: A dental implant restoration is commonly composed of a titanium material screw and a crown. A small-diameter hole (pilot hole) is drilled at edentulous (where there is no tooth) jaw sites in order to guide the titanium screw that holds a dental implant in place. To avoid damaging vital jaw and face structures like the inferior alveolar nerve in the mandible (lower jaw), a dentist must use great skill and expertise when boring the pilot hole and sizing the jaw bone. In many instances dentists use surgical guides created based on the CT scans when placing the dental implants.
–Gingival Sculpting: Reinvent your smile with gum tissue contouring.
–Placement of the Implant: After the initial pilot hole has been drilled into the appropriate jaw site, it is slowly widened to allow placement of the implant screw. Once in place, surrounding gum tissue is secured over the implant and a protective cover screw is placed on top to allow the site to heal and osseointegration to occur. After up to six months of healing, your dentist will uncover the implant and attach an abutment (which holds the crown or tooth-like replacement) to the implant. In some cases, the abutment may be attached during the initial procedure. When the abutment is in place, your dentist then will create a temporary crown. The temporary crown serves as a template around which the gum grows and shapes itself in a natural way. The process is completed when the temporary crown is replaced with a permanent crown.

After the initial surgical procedure, discomfort should be minimal. Swelling of your gums and face may occur, as well as minor bleeding and bruising of the implant site. Prescription pain medications may be prescribed by your dentist to relieve any pain or discomfort you feel after the procedure.

Healing from the surgical procedure to place the dental implant(s) takes up to six months, while the fitting and seating of the crown(s) can take up to two months. Again, this timeframe depends on individual cases and treatments. Follow-up appointments with your treatment coordinators are essential for monitoring your progress.

How long do Dental Implants last?
How long a dental implant lasts depends on a number of factors, including the various procedures required to complete your treatment. However, it is generally recognized that once an implant has been placed, maintaining diligent oral hygiene habits is required to ensure proper fusing of the implant and bone structure. If cared for properly, an implant restoration can remain in place for more than 40 years.

Implant Surgery Follow-up and Aftercare
For five to seven days after surgery, your diet should be restricted to soft foods. If stitches are present, they may need to be removed by your dentist; however, self-dissolving stitches that do not require removal are typically used.

If provisional restorations were placed along with the dental implant, it will be important to clean them as you would your natural teeth to ensure the best possible healing and fusing of the implant.

Failure to floss and brush is a leading cause of implant failure, and infection can occur if the implant and surrounding areas are not cleaned properly. Smoking also is attributed to high failure rates with dental implants and should be avoided following implant procedures.

Failure to floss and brush is a leading cause of implant failure, and infection can occur if the implant and surrounding areas are not cleaned properly. Smoking also is attributed to high failure rates with dental implants and should be avoided following implant procedures.

Lumineers

Lumineers are a special type of ultra-thin veneers by Cerinate. Just like traditional veneers, Lumineers can reshape your smile and give you that perfect smile makeover. They can cover gaps between teeth and enhance the appearance of worn-down and discoloured teeth.

What is the difference between Lumineers and standard porcelain veneers?
The main difference is that Lumineers are made from a special patented cerinate porcelain that is very strong but much thinner than traditional laboratory-fabricated veneers. Their thickness is comparable to contact lenses, and so they are often called contact lenses for your teeth. The main advantage of these ultra-thin veneers is that minimal tooth preparation is required. In other words, very little – if any – of your natural tooth structure needs to be removed through shaving or grinding prior to bonding the Lumineers over your natural teeth. As a result, the procedure is often reversible, since your natural tooth structure is left intact, unlike traditional veneers, where a larger amount of your tooth structure may need to be removed.

Lumineers are so versatile that they can be placed over existing crown and bridge work, without the need to replace them. They are the perfect solution for stained, chipped, discoloured or slightly misaligned teeth.

Prosthetics

Dental Crowns are used to strengthen and restore a tooth to its full functionality and…

Root Canals

Root canal treatment (also called a root canal) is done when decay will likely damage or has already killed a tooth. During a root canal, a dentist or endodontist removes the pulp from the center of a tooth and fills the pulp cavity. This can prevent the development of a painful infection in the pulp that may spread to other teeth. A root canal can also treat an infection that has developed into an abscessed tooth. This procedure can relieve toothache, stop infection, and promote healing.

How Is It Done?

A general dentist or one who specializes in diseases of tooth pulp (endodontist) can perform a root canal.
-First, the dentist will numb your gums with a substance that feels like jelly. After your gums are numb, the dentist will inject a local anesthetic that will completely numb the teeth, gums, tongue, and skin in that area. Sometimes nitrous oxide gas will be used to reduce pain and help you relax.
-The dentist may separate the decayed tooth from the other teeth with a small sheet of rubber on a metal frame. This protective rubber sheet also helps stop liquid and tooth chips from entering your mouth and throat.
-The dentist will use a drill and other tools to remove the pulp from the tooth and will fill the inside part of the tooth below the gum line with medicines, temporary filling materials, and a final root canal filling.
-After the root canal, a permanent filling or crown (cap) is often needed. If a crown is needed, the dentist removes the decay, and then makes an impression of the tooth. A technician uses the impression to make a crown that perfectly matches the drilled tooth.
-The tooth may be fitted with a temporary crown until the permanent crown is made and cemented into place.

What To Expect After The Procedure?
After a root canal, your lips and gums may remain numb for a few hours until the anesthetic wears off. Later you may have throbbing pain, which you can treat with pain medicines, such as ibuprofen, acetaminophen, or a stronger prescription painkiller. The pain usually lasts only a day or two.

Crowns that seal the top of the tooth and strengthen it may

Teeth Whitening

We all want to look our best and, seeing as your smile is one of the first things people notice, teeth whitening treatments are a great way to improve appearances. Brighter, whiter teeth can do so much to enhance your smile and build your confidence.

Using the BT Cool teeth whitening system, The Clinical House Polyclinic can whiten your teeth by up to eight shades in just one treatment. What’s more, the BT Cool teeth whitening procedure can enhance the coloration of your smile in less than one hour.

BT Cool teeth whitening is the latest, most effective in-clinic teeth whitening procedure. It is a bleaching process which lightens discoloration of enamel and dentine. With BT Cool teeth whitening, patients see results immediately.

The BT Cool teeth whitening uses the latest technology in teeth whitening systems, the LED. This technology allows the process to be less painful for the patient by eliminating heat emission, thus reducing the sensitivity experienced by some patients, and also results in a shorter visit at the dentist, due to the high intensity LED technology which needs 1/2 the time required by most other systems.

Unlike other teeth whitening procedures, such as home teeth whitening treatments, BT Cool teeth whitening can typically provide results six to eight shades lighter after just one short visit to the dentist. The convenience of BT Cool teeth whitening in comparison to tray or strip methods makes it the perfect choice for the busy individual.

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