Because nothing beats a beautiful smile…
Aiming to provide the most technologically advanced yet affordable treatments, here at Dr. Fathi Emara polyclinic
our qualified dentist’s team in Dubai commit themselves to fulfill very patient’s individual needs.
Ranging from the simplest to the most complex of treatments, we conveniently have it all under one roof.
Come and find best dentist in Dubai right here at Dr. Fathi Emara Polyclinic.
|Orthodontics||Dental Implants||Sedation Dentistry|
|Teeth Whitening||Jaw joint Disorders||Children’s Dentistry|
|Extraction||Prosthodontics||Dental Hygiene session|
A Dazzling Smile can ignite a room and project an image of self-confidence and high personal esteem. How often have you looked at the Hollywood stars and envied their pearly white teeth as they dazzled under the arc lights.
Now, this smile can be yours!
Contact us for all your Cosmetic Dental treatments. At Dr. Fathi Emara bn polyclinic Dubai you can get all your Cosmetic Dental problems treated by specialists.
Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that specializes in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities. The technical term for these problems is “malocclusion,” which means “bad bite.”
In the majority of cases, definitive orthodontic treatment is commenced when most or all of the permanent teeth have erupted. However, early treatment may sometimes be required in younger children. Early treatment is justifiable and indicated only when long-term results can be achieved by eliminating the need or reducing the complexity of future orthodontic treatment. In these situations, interceptive treatment carried out with removable appliances at the correct time may save the child from a more complicated treatment at a later stage.
These early warning signs may indicate that your child needs to have orthodontic treatment; it might be time to schedule an orthodontic exam.
- Early or late loss of baby teeth
- Difficulty chewing or biting
- Mouth breathing
- Finger sucking or other oral habits
- Crowding, misplaced or blocked-out teeth
- Jaws that shift, make sounds, protrude or are recessed
- Speech difficulty
- Biting the cheek or biting into the roof of the mouth
- Protruding teeth
- Teeth that meet in an abnormal way or don’t meet at all
- Facial imbalance or asymmetry
- Grinding or clenching of teeth
A dental implant is a small screw-shaped titanium device that is placed into the jawbone to replace a missing tooth. Once the area has healed, an attachment is placed onto the implant to support a porcelain crown. The finished implant restoration should look, feel and perform just like a natural tooth. Implants can also be used to secure bridgework or removable dentures in situations where several teeth have been lost. Dental Implants in Dubai are designed for the person who has one or more missing teeth and wants a replacement that will look, feel and function as their natural teeth. At our polyclinic, you can find affordable dental implants in Dubai which will have you sporting a gorgeous smile.
Reasons for Dental Implants
- Replace one or more missing teeth without affecting adjacent teeth.
- Resolve joint pain or bite problems caused by teeth shifting into missing tooth space.
- Restore a patient’s confident smile.
- Restore chewing, speech, and digestion.
- Restore or enhance facial tissues.
- Support a bridge or denture, making them more secure and comfortable.
How Successful Are Dental Implants?
Depending upon the jaw and the way the implants are placed the procedure can have a very high success rate.
What does getting dental implants involve?
Before implants can be used, the condition of the mouth and jawbone needs to be assessed using x-rays, photographs and models of the teeth. In many cases, some preparatory dental treatment may be necessary to ensure that the mouth is completely healthy before implants are placed. Implant placement is a relatively simple minor surgical procedure that can be performed under local anesthesia.
Dental implants are placed either at the same time as a tooth is removed or sometime after an extraction, depending on the condition of the bone at the time of extraction. Implants may be placed under the gum and may not be visible in the mouth until later.
A period of up to three months is normally required allow proper healing and integration with the jawbone before implants can be used. During this time, it is possible to have a temporary restoration to replace any missing teeth. The replacement teeth are custom-made in a specialist dental laboratory working closely the polyclinic. Once completed, implants require proper maintenance by thorough cleaning and regular checks at the polyclinic.
Advantages of using a single tooth dental implant over bridges
- A single tooth dental implant functions as well as looks like a real tooth, unlike in the case of a denture.
- It can easily replace one tooth without causing any harm to the health of the teeth neighboring the tooth to be replaced.
- This procedure protects and preserves your bone as it replaces your tooth root by integrating with the jaw. Whereas when a bridge is used the bone that had been surrounding the tooth previously, begins to deteriorate.
- The long-term maintaining of a single tooth implant is easier and more feasible as compared to a bridge.
- A visible defect due to the receding of gums around a bridge becomes noticeable when the metal bridge or collar is exposed. The resorted bone beneath the teeth can give a very unattractive smile and also, the cement underneath the bridge can wash away and lead to the decay of the tooth that is holding the bridge.
Afraid of the dentist? You’ve come to the right place!
At Dr. Fathi Emara Polyclinic, we strive to make your dental experience comfortable and hassle-free through sleep dentistry.
- Used for nervous and anxious children and adults
- Comfortable and Pain free
- Relax and sleep while being treated
- Dental care without anxiety and discomfort
- Different options of sedation dentistry according to your needs
- Saves time
- Using inhalation sedation (laughing gas) or oral conscious sedation, we can comfortably treat even our most fearful patients. No matter what the reason, it is best not to neglect your teeth due to dental anxiety. This not only puts your oral health in jeopardy, but it compromises your overall health.
Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment or endodontic treatment is the more correct terms for a procedure that treats the nerve of the tooth. Your teeth are held in place by roots that extend into your jawbone. Front teeth usually have one root. Other teeth have two or more roots. The tip of each root is called the apex. Blood vessels and nerves enter the tooth through the apex. They travel through a canal inside the root, and into the pulp chamber. This chamber is inside the crown (the part of the tooth you can see in your mouth). When nerve tissue or pulp is damaged, it breaks down and bacteria begin to multiply within the pulp chamber. The bacteria and other decayed debris can cause an infection of the tooth. A “root canal” is a treatment of the pulp of the tooth that is inflamed, infected, or dead. Root canal therapy is necessary because the tooth will not heal by itself. Without treatment, the infection will spread, the bone around the tooth will begin to degenerate and the tooth may fall out. When the root canal is treated, the pulp of the tooth is removed and all the canals and the pulp chamber of the tooth are filled and sealed to prevent bacteria from entering.
Signs you may need a root canal include:
- A severe toothache upon chewing or application of pressure.
- Prolonged sensitivity or pain to heat or cold temperatures (after the hot or cold has been removed).
- Discoloration (darkening) of the tooth.
- Swelling and tenderness in the nearby gums
FIRST impression is the best impression, and more often the first thing that people notice about you, is your smile. A white, bright, radiant smile will enhance your personality and boost your self confidence.
There are two types of whitening: Professional Office Whitening and Home Whitening.
Professional Whitening in the polyclinic is the most common form of tooth whitening. It is a highly effective way of lightening the natural color of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surfaces. Everyone is different; and just as our hair & skin color vary, so does our teeth color. Very few people have brilliant – white teeth, and our teeth can also become more discolored as we get older.
Your teeth can also be stained on the surface through smoking and food and drinks such as tea, coffee, dark soft drink and red wine.
Jaw joint Disorders
Many people suffer from chronic facial and neck pain as well as headaches. In some cases this pain can be due to a problem associated with the jaw joint called the Tempo roman dibbler joint and this disorder is referred to as Tempo roman dibbler Joint Dysfunction Syndrome (TMD).
The Temporomandibular joint get used a lot while speaking, chewing, and yawning. Pain around these joints can be unpleasant and may even restrict movement.
Symptoms of TMD include:
- Pain in the jaw area during movement
- Feeling of stuffiness in the ears causing pain or tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
- Frequent headaches or neck aches
- Clicking or popping sound when the jaw moves
- Facial swelling near the joint
- Spasm of muscles while opening and closing of the jaw
- A change in the bite of the teeth
- Restricted opening of mouth or inability to close the mouth (Lock jaw)
If you suffer from any of the above symptoms, you should visit one of our certified dentists who are trained in diagnosing and treating TMD cases.
Our Fathi Emara Polyclinic in Dubai offers high quality and comprehensive dental care for infants, children and young adults. With a team of highly skilled Pediatric Dentists combined with compassionate dental staff, a safe and comfortable atmosphere is created to make each child’s visit fun and educational from beginning to end.
“Our practice is totally committed to creating a positive experience and happy, healthy smiles for all our young patients.”
What is Gum Disease?
Gum disease is an inflammation of the gum line that can increase to influence the bone that encompasses and support your teeth. The two phases of gum disease are gingivitis and periodontitis.
Signs and Symptoms
Gum disease can be innocuous, so it is essential to know about any of the accompanying indications:
- Gums that effectively bleed when brushing or flossing.
- Swollen, red or delicate gums
- Gums that subside or move away from the tooth
- Tenacious terrible breath or awful taste in the mouth
- Loose teeth
- An adjustment in the way your teeth meet up
- Visible pus encompassing the teeth and gums
- Sharp or dull pain when biting meals.
- Teeth that are excessively sensitive to hot or cold meals.
- Stages of Gum Disease
Dental Extraction and You
Having a tooth pulled is not on anyone’s bucket list. We all hope to go through life retaining the full set of teeth we were born with. However, most people will have one or more teeth pulled by age 50.
Here are several reasons a tooth may need to be extracted:
- Advanced decay
- Broken teeth
- Impacted teeth
- Periodontal disease
- Trauma or injury
- Crowding of teeth (typically discovered with orthodontic treatment)
Dental prosthetics can essentially be categorized into appliances that are either fixed permanently into the mouth to replace teeth (e.g.: crowns and bridges) and removable appliances (dentures either partial or full dentures).
All prosthetic devises require accurate impressions or moulds to be taken from the mouth and these are subsequently sent to laboratories for the crown, bridge or denture to be constructed by an experienced technician.
In all prosthetic devices, a variety of materials may be considered for strength, function and appearance depending upon the specific requirements set out during the initial examination.
What treatment can Dr Fathi Emara Polyclinic Prosthodontists perform?
Our prosthodontist is an expert in “restoring natural teeth or replacing missing teeth”. This means that most dental services like fillings, crowns, bridges, dentures, implants, and cosmetic dentistry are services that our prosthodontist performs. Maintaining a healthy, beautiful smile is also one of the main concerns of us. To accomplish this, hygiene treatments such as cleanings, preventative care, and regularly scheduled exams are performed as well.
Dental Hygiene session
We all might have experienced the uncomfortable feeling that our breath is not as fresh as it should be. Millions of dollars are spent by people each year on mouthwash, etc. to prevent bad breath. Have you ever considered the importance of bad breath? If you are suffering from bad breath, also known as halitosis, you could be showing signs of a more serious problem.
While approximately 90% of the cases of bad breath are caused due to poor oral hygiene, the remaining 10% is caused due to several health conditions including disorders in the stomach, the urinary system, and in some cases, due to specific drugs.