Complete and fully-functional teeth are achievable at any age. Dental Implants are your best choice to replace missing teeth so you can smile freely, eat normally, and speak confidently again.
Designed to last a lifetime, dental implants are the closest treatments that resemble the features and functions of your real teeth. Each implant is surgically placed in the jawbone, giving you a naturally-looking smile.
If you are looking for the best dental implant clinic in Dubai, our implantologists and oral surgeons at Micris Dental Clinic will administer each procedure with great accuracy and satisfying results.
Our well-trained Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Prosthodontist, or Implantologist will provide their expertise to ensure you experience a safe and comfortable dental implant. The professional dentists are trained to have great precision with the implant placement.
Micris Dental Clinic offers painless dental implant services with the use of local anesthetics or sedation to ensure no discomfort during the procedure. Our dentists will also prescribe medications as pain relievers.
The complete dental implant procedure ranges between 2-4 hours, depending on the chosen implant type and the severity of the case. Remember to ask your dentist before your actual surgery to set your expectations right.
No. Patients at their old age are most welcome to get dental implants at Micris Dental Clinic as long as they have good overall health.
Most patients go back to work immediately after the dental implant surgery, as the level of discomfort can be treated by prescribed medicines. Just remember to follow all your dentist’s instructions and avoid any strenuous activity in the workplace.
No, since the implant is made from titanium, they’re strong enough to last a lifetime! However, proper oral care and regular visits to the dentist are needed to prevent any infections that could lead to infections and gum disease.
It is not advisable for young kids to get dental implants even when they lose their permanent tooth/teeth from accidents or injuries. Since a kid’s jaw is still growing, the dental implant may shift out of position when placed at a tender age. You should consult with your dentist, when your kid or pre-teen has fully developed his/her jaw so he/she could be ready for any dental implant procedures.