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Elizabeth Paul
Elizabeth Paul
3 reviews

I phoned Dentist Direct based on a recommendation and was very kindly given an appointment within the hour. The reception team were fantastic and very welcoming. Dr Neil was amazing and fixed my tooth there and then. He explained everything and made me feel so comfortable! I definitely won’t go anywhere else!

Sorin Bularca
Sorin Bularca
Local Guide · 39 Reviews

Excellent service Dentist Direct and Dr. Neil Mittchel is one of the best dentists I've seen. I was impressed by his professionalism and care. The 3D scan of my mouth made it crystal clear how things are and where the issues are located. The treatment itself was straight on-point, quick and less painful (surprisingly even without anesthetic). I will definitely come back here.

Lucy Wildman
Lucy Wildman
4 Reviews

5 star service every single time. Dr. Neil is the most incredible dentist who has worked literal miracles on my teeth - i wouldn’t go to ANYONE else, and can’t recommend him highly enough. He’s the Harry Potter of dentistry in Dubai.

Gabriella Spicer
Gabriella Spicer
1 Review

I’m currently having orthodontic treatment at dentist direct with Dr Sami Samara, and am already thrilled with the results after only a few months. I find going to the dentist difficult, after some previous bad experiences, but Dr Sami is extremely kind, patient and gentle. If you’re unsure about which treatment is right for you, Dr Sami will give you the honest truth about which treatment is the safest and most suitable. Thanks everyone at Dentist Direct!

Louise Ward
Louise Ward
4 Reviews

Great experience at this Dental clinic - the process the Dentist took was explained clearly. The facilities are modern and impressive. Nothing was too much trouble, care and attention was excellent and the treatment was good and painless- thankyou you have a loyal patient after one visit I have already recommended you to my friends

Lily Shiner
Lily Shiner
1 Review

Dr Sami has been awesome in managing my braces. Always helpful and gentle whilst answering all my questions. 5 star experience.

Natalie Rock
Natalie Rock
7 Reviews

I’m absolutely terrified of the dentist but the staff at Dentist Direct made me feel really comfortable and I have become more brave at each visit. The drs have held my hand through each sitting and inform me of everything beforehand. Dr Shaista Siddiqui is one of the most kind and caring ladies. Don’t know what I would do without her ❤️

Alex Wilkinson
Alex Wilkinson
4 Reviews

Amazing dentistry, informative and detailed explanation and quality service. Fixed my tooth issue and cleaned my teeth thoroughly. Recommend!

Andrie Jackel
Andrie Jackel
13 Reviews

A really good place to go in an emergency, or just a general check up. They're very professional, helpful, and friendly. Walked in with a broken tooth and out again within a hour and no pain. Definitely would recommend them to anyone.

Jonathan Warner
Jonathan Warner
1 Review

Dentist Direct consistently provide an excellent level of care. If you are in anyway anxious about a visit to the dentist, then I think you can’t go wrong visiting them.

Anna Abbott
Anna Abbott
5 Reviews

I was referred to Dr Neil Mitchell by my friend Shelina and am so pleased I found him! My teen daughter hadn’t had the best experience with dentists and he immediately put her at ease, explaining everything he did as he went along and made her feel comfortable. She now doesn’t mind going! Dr Neil is a mine of information and I love that he not only addresses the dental issue but looks at the whole body especially if you have other health issues as everything is connected. In my case my frozen shoulder was causing jaw issues which was affecting my bite. Two very happy clients.

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    What are Dental veneers?

    Dental Veneers are very thin pieces of durable, tooth shaped porcelain that are custom made (for shape and color) by a professional dental laboratory. They are bonded onto the front of teeth to create a beautiful and attractive smile.

    Dental veneers can completely reshape your teeth and smile. They can often be alternatives to crowns and the ideal solution in treating many dental conditions. As with most dental restorations, veneers are not permanent and may someday need replacement. They are very durable and will last many years, giving you a beautiful long lasting smile.

    A digital impression of the teeth is taken and a shade (color) will then be chosen by you and the dentist.

    On the second visit the teeth will be cleansed with special liquids to achieve a durable bond. Bonding cement is then placed between the tooth and veneer and a special light is used to harden and set the bond.

    MEET OUR TEAM EXPERTS IN DENTAL TREATMENT

    Dr. Neil Mitchell

    MEDICAL DIRECTOR AND GENERAL DENTIST

    Dr Neil is Medical Director at Dentist Direct. He graduated from Newcastle Dental School in 1995 and after a further professional postgraduate training programme gained a Diploma of General Dental Practice from the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1998. Click here to find out more about Dr Neil.

    Dr. Amit Asudani

    TOP RANKED INVISALIGN SPECIALIST

    A top ranked modern-day Orthodontist, Dr. Amit Asudani graduated in 2010 as a dentist with a heavy focus on cosmetic dentistry. After three years of practicing as a general dentist he realized the glaring gap between modern cosmetic dentistry and traditional cosmetic dentistry. Click here to learn more about Dr Amit.

    Dr. Sneha Parekh

    GENERAL DENTIST

    Dr. Sneha completed her Bachelor of Dental Surgery from Kings College London in 2011 & her vocational training in London. Working as a Senior House Officer at Kings College Hospital obtaining valuable experiences whilst working alongside leading consultants and completing increasingly complex cases. Click here to find out more about Dr Sneha.

    Dr. Sami Samara

    ORTHODONTIST

    Bachelor of Science in Oral and Dental Surgery, DHA licensed Specialist Orthodontics D.S.M.D. Orth. SA Board Specialist Orthodontist, Clear Aligners-Diamond Self Legating System-INMAN. A third generation dentist, Dr Sami completed a Masters Degree in Orthodontics and has extensive experience. Click here to find out more about Dr Sami.

    Dr. Sundip Parekh

    GENERAL DENTIST

    A passionate and conscientious dentist with more than 15 years of experience in Great Britain and the United Arab Emirates, Dr Sundip is a member of the British Dental Association, General Dental Council and the Royal College of Surgeons, having graduated from King's College London in 2006. Click here to find out more about Dr Sundip.

    5 Reasons for dental veneers

    • Cosmetically, to create a uniform, white, beautiful smile
    • Worn, chipped, crooked or misshapen teeth
    • Teeth that are too small or large
    • Severely discolored or stained teeth
    • Unwanted or uneven spaces

    BEFORE AND AFTER RESULTS

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    What does getting porcelain veneers involve?

    Getting dental veneers usually requires two visits to complete the process, and in the case of minimal preparation veneers, with little or no anesthesia required during the procedure. The teeth are prepared by lightly buffing and shaping the surface to allow for the thickness of the veneer.

    A digital impression of the teeth is taken and a shade (color) will then be chosen by you and the dentist.

    On the second visit the teeth will be cleansed with special liquids to achieve a durable bond. Bonding cement is then placed between the tooth and veneer and a special light is used to harden and set the bond.

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    What is the difference between veneers and bonding?

    While both veneers and bonding improve your smile, they have differences in materials, methods, and cost. But the quick answer is that bonding involves putting a tooth-like resin onto your teeth to change the shape or to build it up. Veneers, on the other hand, involve putting a porcelain shell entirely over the tooth’s surface, effectively becoming part of the tooth. More usually a veneer will require removal of some tooth tissue, a “preparation” though there are some people who are suitable for “no preparation” veneers, also sometimes called lumineers. Your dentist can advise which options you may be suitable for and why.

    Should I choose composite bonding or porcelain veneers?

    We would always recommend that you ask your dentist which option is right for you. However, here are some quick facts to prepare you for that discussion with the dentist. Dental Bonding might be ideal if:

    • The changes you want are minor and the teeth otherwise function normally.
    • You need a less expensive solution for your cosmetic dental needs.
    • You would like to have the procedure be quick and only involve one visit instead of multiple.
    • You’re committed to still taking good care of your teeth as normal, and remain avoiding teeth-staining food and drink, as bonding tends to still stain.

    Veneers might be ideal if:

    • Your teeth are exceedingly broken, crooked, or stained.
    • You clench or grind your teeth often.
    • You require a more durable solution to your cosmetic dental needs.
    • You’re able to come to the office for more than one visit to have the procedure done. You’re committed to taking care of your veneers just like your other teeth.
    How do I care for my dental veneers?

    Luckily, since the veneers, once bonded, are strong and durable you just need to treat them as normal. You should still brush and floss daily– you don’t need to be afraid of brushing them either. Any non-abrasive toothpaste will work. Let your dentist know if you grind your teeth, as he or she might create a bite guard for you to protect your veneers for as long as possible. Finally, we recommend regular dental checkups for the overall health of your teeth and veneers.

    How long will porcelain veneers last?

    Porcelain veneers usually last around 10-15 years with some people having them for as long as 20! The differences in time depend on certain things that can affect the veneer. Just like a tooth accidents can sometimes happen but often you can rebond it to the tooth. Overall, with proper care, you can expect to have your veneers for years to come!

    How much do veneers cost?

    It depends. There are several elements that go into the veneer process, including how many veneers you are getting, the cost of the x-rays and wax model, whether or not you need a bite guard, etc. Every plan is as individual as you and no two cases are ever really the same.

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