Some of Our Services

General Information About Our Services

Dentistry is not only specialized in the treatment of dental caries but it is an area of medicine specialized in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of periodontal, dental and oral diseases. Dentistry has many specializations including general dental health, root treatment, dental x-ray, maxillofacial surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthodontic and maxillofacial surgery, pediatric dentistry. A dentist is a doctor who specializes in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of periodontal, dental and oral diseases.

Teeth straightening

Orthodontics is a special area of dentistry that addresses dental placement problems such as tooth overlapping or spacing. Orthodontics not only results in more straight and beautiful teeth, but also improves function, because bad tooth collocation affects chewing, speech and facial appearance.


Teeth whitening

Teeth can be yellowed or discolored due to smoking or certain food and beverages (such as coffee and tea) and may be due to thinning in the tooth enamel layer with age. Some people have genetically yellow or gray teeth.


Teeth Extraction

The Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Doctor has the skills and experience to handle complex oral and facial abnormalities that can affect not only your teeth, but your appearance and your general life. This includes birth defects and severe trauma affecting the mouth, face, jaws or skull.


Dental Prosthetic

Dental implants Oral surgery in which an artificial root is made in the jaw to fix prosthetic teeth. Dental implants require a skilled oral surgeon with special expertise in root and dental implants.


Dental fillings

This is one of the most common dental procedures in the world, and can help save teeth Recent advances in dentistry have made this procedure almost painless – and certainly more comfortable than enduring dental pain.


Treatment of gum disease

Sometimes called gum disease (periodontal disease) – describes cases of bacterial buildup in the oral cavity, which, if not treated properly, may eventually lead to tooth loss, as a result of damage to the teeth. The layer that covers the teeth.