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- Office 108, 1st Floor, SMJ 1 Building, Sheikh Zayed Road, Safa, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Quality Care Dental Center – Quality Care Dental Center embraces a group of specialists in different dental specialties under one roof. They work in an interacting and integrated way to attend to your complaints and to fulfill your demands and needs.
We use the latest treatment technologies in our services and sterilization methods to insure that our patients get healthy smiles for a lifetime.
We provide a wide range of dental services to help you obtain and maintain a great smile and healthy white teeth, Quality Care Dental Center is providing smile makeover cosmetic dentistry that will make you look and feel great.
Special Offer for New Patients:
– Free Examination and Consultation – Free Consultation for all Cosmetic and Dental Implant Procedures
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Try us out at no risk with a free examination and consultation valued at 250 AED. We want to give you the opportunity to experience our dental services at no risk to you. We will provide you with a “Free New Patient Exam” – at no charge to you.
This is an exam that includes the following:
• Personal Consultation
• Complete Dental Exam
• Gum Disease Screening
• Bite Analysis
• TMJ (Jaw Joint) Exam
• Color Evaluation (For Whitening)
• Free consultation for all cosmetic and implant procedures
• General & Preventive Dentistry Services
General dentistry and preventive dentistry is a smart way to ensure you and your loved ones will maintain healthy smiles for a lifetime.
By discovering any problems early, we can usually correct any issues conservatively, effectively and for less than if they are let go for too long.
Discover how general dentistry will help you maintain healthy gums and teeth and have an attractive smile for a lifetime…
Dental Check-ups & Hygiene – Routine checkups provide an opportunity for us to check for tooth and gum diseases, decay, and damage that may not yet cause you pain. Learn more about dental check-ups and hygiene.
Gum Disease Treatment – Get your gums checked and eliminate any signs of gum diseases that you may have such as gingivitis and infection. Our sedation dentistry ensures you’ll feel comfortable during your visit. Learn more about gum disease treatment.
TMJ Migraine Treatment – Are you suffering from headaches, popping in your jaw joints, or grinding your teeth while you sleep? You may need “TMJ Treatment” to align your jaw and eliminate teeth grinding and headaches. Learn more about TMJ Migraine Treatment.
Dental Mouthguards – Protect your smile before “getting in the game.” Your smile is one of your most valuable assets. Get protection from injury with a comfortable athletic mouthguard that will fit your teeth perfectly. Learn more about dental mouthguards.
Tooth Extractions – Have a tooth that is badly damaged or decayed and needs to be removed? We provides tooth extraction if repairing your damaged or decayed tooth is not practical and the tooth needs to be removed.
• Cosmetic Dentistry for a Beautiful New Smile
From minor changes to major repairs, at Quality Care Dental Center we can perform a variety of procedures to improve your smile. There are many techniques and options to treat teeth that are discolored, chipped, misshapen or missing. Our doctors can reshape your teeth, close spaces, restore worn or short teeth or alter the length of your teeth. Common procedures include bleaching, bonding, crowns, veneers and reshaping and contouring.
These improvements are not always just cosmetic. Many of these treatments can improve oral problems, such as your bite.
Bleaching is a common and popular chemical process used to whiten teeth. Some people get their teeth bleached to make stains disappear, while other just want a whiter shade.
Discoloration occurs in the enamel and can be caused by medication, coffee, tea and cigarettes. Discoloration also can be hereditary or due simply to getting older.
Bleaching can be performed by our doctors in the clinic or, under dental supervision, at home. Many patients enjoy bleaching at home because it is more convenient. Treatment begins when our doctors creates a custom mouthpiece to ensure the correct amount of whitening solution is used and that your teeth are properly exposed. Typically, whitening at home takes two to four weeks, depending on the desired shade you wish to achieve. Whitening in the clinic may call for one or more 45-minute to one-hour visits to Quality Care Dental Center.
Bonding is tooth-colored material used to fill in gaps or change the color of teeth. Requiring a single clinic visit, bonding lasts several years. Bonding is more susceptible to staining or chipping than other forms of restoration. When teeth are chipped or slightly decayed, bonded composite resins may be the material of choice. Bonding also is used as a tooth-colored filling for small cavities. Additionally, it can be used to close spaces between teeth or cover the entire outside surface of a tooth to change its color and shape.
Crowns, also known as caps, cover a tooth to restore it to its normal shape and appearance. Due to their cost, they are used in cases where other procedures will not be effective. Crowns have the longest life expectancy of all cosmetic restorations, but are the most time-consuming.
Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain or plastic placed over the front teeth to change the color or shape of your teeth. Veneers are used on teeth with uneven surfaces or are chipped, discolored, oddly shaped, unevenly spaced or crooked. Little or no anesthesia is needed. Veneers are used to treat some of the same problems as bonding.
This treatment is an alternative to crowns, which are more expensive. The procedure requires our doctors to take an impression of your tooth. Before the custom-made veneer is cemented directly onto the tooth, our doctors will lightly buff the tooth to compensate for the added thickness of the veneer. Once the cement is between the veneer and your tooth, a light beam is used to harden it. Porcelain veneers require more than one visit because they are fabricated in a laboratory. Veneers have a longer life expectancy and color stability than bonding.
Contouring and reshaping
Tooth reshaping and contouring, is a procedure to correct crooked teeth, chipped or irregularly shaped teeth or even overlapping teeth in a single session. Tooth reshaping and contouring, is commonly used to alter the length, shape or position of your teeth. Contouring teeth may also help correct small problems with bite. It is common for bonding to be combined with tooth reshaping.
This procedure is ideal for candidates with normal, healthy teeth but who want subtle changes to their smile. our doctors will take X-rays to evaluate the size and location of the pulp of each tooth to ensure that there’s enough bone between the teeth to support them.
Which procedure is right for me?
our doctors can answer any questions you may have about techniques used to improve your smile. The condition of your teeth and desired result you want often dictates the best procedure. If you are considering a treatment, there are a few questions you can ask our doctors before deciding if a particular procedure is right for you.
What will the changes look like?
What should I expect through the course of treatment?
What type of maintenance will be required?
• Orthodontics (Braces)
Orthodontics, also known as braces, deals with repositioning the teeth and parts of the jaws bone to enhance the aesthetic look of the mouth. In most cases, Orthodontics is not only practiced to improve looks, but also to adjust the functional relations of the teeth and bones, such as chewing, breathing, and better jaws articulating position.
TYPE OF BRACES
• DAMON CLEAR
• CLEAR ALIGNER SYSTEM
• Tooth Extraction
• Pediatric Dentistry
Sealants are resin coatings resembling white nail polish (sometimes clear, or colored) that are applied to deep, inaccessible pits and fissures in teeth so food can’t get lodged in them as easily.
If the pits or fissures in the teeth cannot be completely cleaned with a toothbrush, sealants may be recommended.
Fluoride therapy is the delivery of fluoride to the teeth, topically or systemically, to protect them from dental caries(cavities). Strictly speaking, fluoride therapy repairs rather than prevents damage to the teeth, causing the mineralfluorapatite to be incorporated into damaged tooth enamel. Fluorapatite is not a natural component of human teeth, although it is found in the teeth of sharks.
In topical fluoride therapies, fluoride is applied directly to the surface of the teeth, most commonly by means of a fluoride toothpaste. Other topical fluoride therapies include fluoridated mouth rinses, lozenges, gels, foams, and varnishes
Space maintainers are recommended when primary (baby) molar teeth are lost prematurely (e.g. because of large, unfixable cavities) or are congenitally missing. The goal of space maintainers is to prevent movement of the adjacent permanent “first molars” (also called “six-year molars”), and loss of space for (permanent) bicuspids and permanent canines.
• Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry
Cosmetic restorations (which may include crowns, fillings, inlays, onlays, bridges and veneers) are done to improve the appearance of the teeth. There may or may not be other reasons for doing them, such as tooth decay, chips or cracks. Cosmetic restoration of a single tooth is sometimes achievable with modern dental materials (even in highly visible areas of the smile).
The dentist may recommend crowns, veneers, or other types of restorations on neighboring teeth to better match the restoration placed on a damaged or discolored tooth. It may be true that the overall appearance of a patient can be enhanced with multiple restorations.
Fillings are among the most frequently prescribed and versatile of all dental restorations. In a procedure known as cavity preparation, the dentist uses any of a variety of dental drills (also called “burs”), microabrasion devices, or laser tips to remove damaged tooth structure, and any tooth material that has been weakened or undermined by decay. Applying their knowledge of ideal tooth shape (“morphology”), dentists replace the missing tooth structure with filling material of various types.
Fillings are placed into teeth following the removal of decay (“caries”), and filling material can also be used to restore chipped or partially broken teeth to their normal contour and function.
When performed traditionally, a mixture of silver, zinc, copper and mercury known as “amalgam” is used to fill the back teeth, and sometimes even the front ones if the decay is on a surface that is not visible when the patient smiles. Although they can be bonded into the tooth with modern dental adhesives, silver fillings are held into the tooth primarily by mechanical interlocking features cut into the tooth by the dentist.
Tooth whitening is a process by which the teeth are made whiter using peroxide-based bleaching gels of varying concentrations (from about 8% to over 30%, depending on how it is applied). The process has become popular in recent years as our image-conscious society strives to maintain a more youthful appearance. Bleaching solutions generally contain carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide as the active bleaching ingredients.
Veneers AND LUMINEERS
Veneers are thin laminates which usually cover only the surface of the teeth people see when you smile and talk (the “facial” surface). Sometimes they are designed to wrap part way around the edges of the teeth onto the inside surfaces, either to eliminate decay, to provide better retention to the tooth, or to improve the appearance of them.
Veneers can be made of either porcelain, which are produced in a laboratory and bonded to the teeth at a separate appointment from the preparation appointment; or from composite resin filling material, which can either be made in a laboratory and bonded on at a later date (like porcelain veneers); or built directly onto your tooth by the dentist.
Lumineers same idea of veneers but without preparation if there is spaces between the teeth .
Benefits of veneers
Veneers can produce outstanding cosmetic results in either one or two visits. For some veneers, a third visit to trim and polish is recommended.
Even traditional veneer preparations require less tooth removal than crowns.
If only upper teeth are veneered, the bite relationship between the upper and lower teeth is usually not changed at all.
Porcelain and composite resin are both durable and esthetic dental materials that can last many years.
Quality Care Dental Center
Office 108, 1st Floor, SMJ 1 Building, Sheikh Zayed Road, Safa, Dubai, UAE