Prosthodontics in Dubai, Klinika Dental Clinic


Replace your damaged or missing teeth to restore their function. There is nothing healthier than having a complete set of teeth. Prosthodontics is the branch of dentistry focused on the design and fitting of artificial replacements for teeth in order to assist and improve oral function. Our prosthodontists in Dubai are dental experts trained to deal with the restoration and replacement of teeth and/or jaw structures.

Fixed Prosthodontics
(Crowns And Bridges )

This is the process of restoring teeth artificially using bridges to fill gaps between the teeth, or crowns to cover damaged teeth. These features are fabricated precisely in the laboratory using the patient’s mouth impression and other details given by the dentist. Then, components are secured in place using dental cement. The selection of the material for the restoration is a decision made by the dentist, as per your requirements.

Removable Prosthodontics

Dentures are detachable appliances used to replace your damaged soft tissues and missing teeth. They are either complete dentures whereby all the teeth are replaced, or partial dentures whereby only some of the teeth are substituted. A combination of metal and plastic materials are used for the fabrication of dentures.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who needs prosthodontic treatment in Dubai?

Prosthodontists treat people of all ages with many different conditions. If you’re missing a tooth or experiencing pain when biting, a prosthodontist can provide you with the advice you require.

What are the benefits of prosthodontics?

Prosthodontic treatment can:

  • Repair damaged teeth.
  • Replace teeth that are missing.
  • Improve your bite.
  • Correct TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint ) problems.

Why choose prosthodontics at Klinika Dental Clinic?

We have a team of prosthodontic experts in Dubai who carry out treatments carefully with the shared goal of satisfying our patients’ needs.

What is the difference between fixed and removable prosthodontics?

Fixed prosthodontics involves permanently attaching dental restorations to existing teeth such as crowns or bridges. Removable prosthodontics involves creating appliances like dentures or partial dentures that can be taken out of the mouth.

How long do dental prosthetics typically last?

The lifespan of dental prosthetics can vary depending on the material used and how well they are cared for, but they can often last 5-15 years or more with proper maintenance.

Is prosthodontic treatment covered by dental insurance?

Most dental insurance plans will cover at least a portion of the cost of prosthodontic treatment, but coverage can vary depending on the specifics of your plan.

What is the process for getting a dental prosthesis?

The process will depend on the specific type of prosthesis being created but generally involves taking impressions of the mouth, creating a mold, and then custom-fabricating the prosthesis in a dental laboratory.

What is a crown and when is it used?

A crown is a covering that is placed over a damaged or decayed tooth to restore its shape and function. Crowns are often used when a filling is not sufficient to repair the damage.

How long does it take to get a dental prosthesis?

Again, this will depend on the specific type of prosthesis and the individual patient’s needs, but the process can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months.

Are there any risks or complications associated with prosthodontic treatment?

As with any dental procedure, there is always some risk of complications, but these are relatively rare. Our dentist will discuss potential risks with you before treatment.

Can prosthodontics improve the appearance of my smile?

Yes, prosthodontics can be used to restore or replace teeth in a way that improves the overall appearance of the smile.

How do I care for my dental prosthesis?

Caring for a dental prosthesis typically involves regular brushing and flossing, as well as avoiding hard or sticky foods that could damage the prosthesis. Regular check-ups and cleanings will help prolong the lifespan of your prosthesis.

Can a general dentist perform prosthodontic treatment or do I need a specialist?

General dentists are capable of performing some types of prosthodontic treatment, while a prosthodontist who has additional training and expertise in this area may be better equipped to handle complex cases.