Sometimes, unfortunately we are unable to save a tooth. It may have become too decayed, fractured, damaged through trauma or an accident, the gum disease may be too advanced, troublesome wisdom teeth or to make room for orthodontic treatment.

Our dentists will use our syringe-less and pain-less anaesthesia technique with The Wand to ensure you’re fully numb and comfortable before they begin. Drift away listening to music of your choice and allow our caring and experienced staff to look after you.



Dentures are removable appliances that can replace missing teeth and help restore your smile. If you have lost some or all of your teeth due to gum disease, tooth decay or injury, replacing missing teeth will benefit your appearance and your health.


A dental bridge is used as a permanent replacement for one or more missing teeth. They help restore your natural bite and prevent unwanted movement of the adjacent teeth. Not filling the gap can lead to biiting and/or jaw problems.


Modern all ceramic crowns look really natural and and last for a long time if well looked after. Get rid of that ugly black line at gum level once and for all with a well-fitting modern all-porcelain crown.

Dental Implants in Dubai

Dental implants can replace the root of a tooth and have crowns, bridges or dentures positioned on them to replace missing teeth.
Generally if you are healthy enough to have regular dental treatment you are suitable to have dental implant surgery, you would however need a full assessment to ensure you have enough bone to place one and also that your oral hygiene is of a very high standard; we can help you achieve this!
People with health conditions such as uncontrolled diabetes or heart disease or who have received radiation to the head and neck, along with heavy smokers will need further special considerations.

Professional Dental Implants in Dubai

Dentist Direct is a specialist dental implant clinic in Dubai, they work together as a team to prepare you and develop a treatment plan tailored to your needs, using new technology such as our 3D scanner to check the suitability of the jaw bone. The titanium implant is placed in the jaw bone by our experienced Oral Surgeon, over the next 6-12 weeks the bone attaches to the implant. After this the dentist can begin to make the prosthesis to fill the space in your smile.
Dental implants should be regularly monitored at the clinic and carefully maintained at home by keeping your oral hygiene regime perfect.


Replace those tired old fillings with a modern, invisible alternative. Make stained, yellow fillings at the front magically disappear. Where possible we place white fillings however sometimes we have to revert back to the old classic filling material amalgam.