dental experts in Dubai

Improve your appearance by improving your teeth

You may not have thought about it much, but did you know how important teeth are to your appearance? They not only give you a nice smile, which makes your face more beautiful and attractive, but they also give shape and definition to your face.

Other than improving your appearance, teeth are also vital to chewing food. The process of digestion starts in the oral cavity and without teeth, we would surely face problems related to indigestion. Did you also know that  teeth serve an important function in our ability to speak? Yes, that’s right. Teeth work in tandem with our lips, cheeks, tongue and jaw in enabling us to pronounce words. So imagine what it would be like if we didn’t have our teeth…

With proper care, our teeth, 32 in number, should last our entire life. If not, we may lose them at an early age. They may get discoloured, broken, chipped or worn away at the edges, resulting in a prematurely aged appearance for the person concerned. Not only that, badly maintained teeth could also lead to more serious health complications, so it’s extremely important that we take proper care of our teeth.

Of course, there are things you yourself could do to improve the appearance of your teeth and maintain them in tiptop condition. Although we have learnt these things from a young age, it’s never too late to recall them and refresh our memories once more. Brushing teeth at least twice a day, in the morning and at night before going to bed, removes the plaque build-up as well as removing the sugar, the acids, and other particles which may have built up among the teeth, which would eventually result in teeth rotting. Limiting the intake of sugary and sticky foods and drinks while maintaining the health of teeth by consuming more fruits, vegetables and dairy products is very important. Using a mouthwash and regular flossing are important in maintaining the perfect appearance of teeth.

However, there are certain oral problems for which you need to go to a dental specialist. For instance, if you have a rotten and decayed tooth which needs to be extracted, a cavity which needs to be filled, crooked or protruding teeth which need straightening, or more complicated dental procedures which need specialist attention, you have to go to dental professionals who have the knowledge and expertise to deal with such issues.

And the best, the most well-known dental experts in Dubai are the German Dental and Neuromuscular Clinic at Unit 1002 Cluster W, Tiffany Tower, Jumeirah Lake Towers, P.O. Box: 71803, Dubai, UAE.

Apart from regular dental treatments such as cleaning, filling of cavities and tooth extractions, the experienced dentists at the German Dental Clinic also perform veneer applications; neuromuscular dentistry, which focuses on correcting the physiologic “misalignment” of the jaw at the Temporomandibular Joint to eliminate pain; maxillo-facial surgery and aesthetic and cosmetic dentistry to improve the appearance of a person; orthodontics which helps the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of the misalignment of teeth and jaws called ‘bad bite’; endodontic or root canal treatment and periodontal (gum) disease among a host of other specialised dental treatments.

The dental specialists at the clinic in Dubai are bound by the highest professional values and ethics and deliver total quality dental care using the latest techniques and cutting edge equipment. They will listen to the client’s worries and concerns before carrying out their treatments and that’s why their services have come to be so appreciated by all clients. They will also not hesitate to advise and guide you on regular care which will help you keep your pearly whites looking brighter, whiter and healthier.

So, as you can see, the improvement of your teeth does lead to the improvement of your overall appearance. There are many steps you yourself could take to achieve this goal. For the rest, book an appointment at the German Dental Clinic in Dubai which is open from Saturday to Wednesday from 9.00am – 7.00pm and on Thursday from 9.00am – 1.00pm. The Clinic is closed on Friday.