Eversmile Dental

Eversmile Dental
George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

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Eversmile Dental is a Dental clinic servicing community in and around Penang, Malaysia, Georgetown, and is a healthcare partner of Erufu Care Community Medical Support Network.

Eversmile Dental also provides amenities like disabled friendly, wheelchair accessible, waiting area/lounge, restaurant/cafeteria (nearby) and WiFi.

The clinic accepts Cash, Credit Card (VISA) and Credit Card (Mastercard) payments.

You can find the treatments and services list below. Fill up an enquiry message form to get personalised information regarding the particular treatment. The clinic personnel will respond to you the soonest possible, personally.

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Clinic Location & Hours OPEN CLOSE

389-A Jalan Burma, Pulau Tikus,
10350 George Town
Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
Sunday:
09:30 - 17:00
Monday:
09:00 - 18:30
Tuesday:
09:00 - 18:30
Wednesday:
Closed
Thursday:
09:00 - 18:30
Friday:
09:00 - 18:30
Saturday:
09:00 - 18:00

Treatments & Estimated Prices

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Teeth Braces

Teeth Braces

Teeth braces are devices used in orthodontics and dentistry to align, straighten, and position your teeth to improve dental health, oral aesthetics and any biting or teeth alignment problems. For how long do you need to wear braces for? On average, it takes about 24 months to complete an orthodontic treatment. Some patients require less than 12 months, while some require over 3 years of treatment. It hugely depends on how complex your teeth condition is, and the type of braces you have.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems

Metal Braces

Metal Braces

Metal braces are the most common type of dental braces. These are made of metal and is used to align, straighten, and position your teeth to improve dental health, oral aesthetics and any biting or teeth alignment problems. For how long do you need to wear braces for? On average, it takes about 24 months to complete an orthodontic treatment. Some patients require less than 12 months, while some require over 3 years of treatment. It hugely depends on how complex your teeth condition is.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems

Child Braces

Child Braces

Child braces are dental braces for children to align, straighten, and position your teeth to improve dental health, oral aesthetics and any biting or teeth alignment problems. Child braces are usually less complex and more straightforward than adult treatments, because adults have generally more oral conditions to look out for during orthodontic treatments. On average, it takes about 24 months to complete an orthodontic treatment. Some patients require less than 12 months, while some require up to 3 years of treatment. It depends on the complexity of your oral condition.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems

Clear Aligners

Clear Aligners

Unlike conventional braces, aligners are clear and thin plastic-like trays that fit on our teeth. They are usually not permanent and can be put in and removed by the user. Usually, aligners should be put on all the time except for when having meals or when practising oral hygiene like brushing or flossing. 

Diseases and Conditions
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems

Invisalign

Invisalign

Invisalign is one of the popular brands for clear aligners procedures. They are clear and thin plastic-like trays that fit on our teeth. They are usually not permanent and can be put in and removed by the user.  Usually, aligners should be put on all the time except for when having meals or when practising oral hygiene like brushing or flossing. 

Diseases and Conditions
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems

Self Ligating Braces

Self Ligating Braces

Self-ligating braces are fitted in like conventional metal braces, but without elastic rubber bands or metal ties. Clips or brackets are instead used to attach the wires so that they can move naturally with the teeth as they realign, resulting in a more comfortable, better looking treatment.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems
  • Crooked Teeth

Damon Braces

Damon Braces

Unlike traditional braces that uses brackets to tighten and adjust braces, Damon Braces use a slide mechanism. This mechanism attaches the wires to the brackets so that they can move naturally with the teeth as they realign, resulting in a more comfortable, better looking treatment.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems
  • Crooked Teeth

Mouth Guard

Mouth Guard

A mouthguard is a protective device that covers your teeth and gums to prevent or reduce injury during your activities.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Grinding
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder
  • Sports Related Dental Injuries
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems
  • Crooked Teeth

Sport Mouth Guard

Sport Mouth Guard

A sport mouth guard is a protective device that covers your teeth and gums to prevent or reduce injury during your sport activities.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Sports Related Dental Injuries
  • Tooth Trauma
  • Tooth Injury

Mouth Guard (Teeth Grinding)

Mouth Guard (Teeth Grinding)

A mouthguard can be prescribed by the dentist to avoid tooth grinding. Mouthguards can protect the teeth from grinding against each other, causing excessive wear. There are mouthguards for teeth grinding at night (nightguards) and for teeth clenching during the daytime.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Grinding

Retainer

Retainer

Retainers avoid teeth from moving back to their original positions after braces or aligners are removed. They prevent movement of teeth until the growth of our gums and skeletal muscles are reorganised following the changes. The frequency of wearing retainers and the length of time needed to keep them on vary, we usually need to wear them for full time for about 6 months, and then only during the night time after that.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems

Fixed Retainer

Fixed Retainer

This type of retainer is usually placed on the lower front teeth. It is not removable and is usually left in place for months. This solution is common for those who have a high risk of their teeth moving back into their old positions.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems

Clear Retainer

Clear Retainer

Also known as Vacuum-formed retainers, these are plastic-like retainers which are usually transparent. These retainers go on your teeth like a cap and is less visible.  They are easy to remove and clean, but less durable than a Hawley retainer. They are not recommended for individuals who grind their teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems

Hawley Retainer

Hawley Retainer

Designed by Charles Hawley in 1919, this is the most popular retainer used after orthodontic treatments. Hawley retainers are simple-looking metal wire retainers that can hold the position of teeth to prevent them from moving back into their original positions. It is removable, making it easy to clean, and the acrylic is available in a wide range of colours

Diseases and Conditions
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems

Teeth Veneers

Teeth Veneers

Dental veneers are materials placed on your teeth to improve the aesthetics of your smile and protect the surface of your teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Porcelain Veneer

Porcelain Veneer

Porcelain veneers are dental veneers made out of porcelain materials, usually a similar colour to your teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Composite Veneer

Composite Veneer

An alternative to porcelain veneers, composite veneers are tooth-coloured filling materials used to cover your teeth. A good choice for you if you prefer a more conservative appearance.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Teeth Crown (Dental Crown)

Teeth Crown (Dental Crown)

Crowns are typically used to restore a tooth's function and appearance following a restorative procedure such as a root canal. When decay in a tooth has become so advanced that large portions of the tooth must be removed, crowns are often used to restore the tooth. Crowns are also used to attach bridges, cover implants, prevent a cracked tooth from becoming worse.Crowns also serve an aesthetic use, and are applied when a discolored or stained tooth needs to be restored to its natural appearance.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Gold Crown

Gold Crown

A dental crown made of gold to help restore your teeth by covering your tooth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Permanent Crown

Permanent Crown

A permanently fitted dental crown to help restore your teeth by covering your teeth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Porcelain Crown

Porcelain Crown

A dental crown made of porcelain to help restore your teeth by covering your tooth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM) Crown

Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM) Crown

A porcelain dental crown with a metal shell to help restore your teeth by covering your tooth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Cracked Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)

Resin Crown

Resin Crown

A dental crown made up of resin to help restore your teeth by covering your tooth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Temporary Crown

Temporary Crown

A temporarily fitten dental crown to help restore your teeth by covering your tooth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth
  • Tooth Damage

Zirconia Crown

Zirconia Crown

A dental crown made of zirconia ceramic to help restore your teeth by covering your tooth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Dental Disease
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth
  • Tooth Damage

Root Canal Treatment

Root Canal Treatment

"Root canal therapy is needed when the nerve of a tooth is affected by decay,infection or trauma. In order to save the tooth, the pulp (the living tissue inside the tooth), nerves, bacteria, and any decay are removed and the resulting space is filled with special, medicated, dental materials, which restore the tooth to its full function. Having a root canal done on a tooth is the treatment of choice to save a tooth that otherwise would die and have to be extracted."

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Endodontic Disease
  • Root Canal (Teeth Bed) Inflammation
  • Root Canal (Teeth Bed) Infection

Root Planing

Root Planing

Root planing is a non-surgical deep cleaning treatment, to removal dental plaques, tartar and dirt from your tooth surface and underneath your gum line.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Plaque on Teeth
  • Endodontic Disease
  • Root Canal (Teeth Bed) Inflammation
  • Root Canal (Teeth Bed) Infection

Dentures (False Teeth)

Dentures (False Teeth)

Dentures are prosthetic devices to replace any missing teeth, fitted on the surrounding soft and hard tissues in your mouth. Dentures can be removable or non-removable.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Acrylic Dentures

Acrylic Dentures

Dentures made of Acrylic plastic to replace any missing teeth, fitted on the surrounding soft and hard tissues in your mouth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Chrome Dentures

Chrome Dentures

Dentures made of chrome metal to replace any missing teeth, fitted on the surrounding soft and hard tissues in your mouth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Full Dentures

Full Dentures

A permanently placed denture to replace all missing teeth in the whole mouth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Overdentures

Overdentures

An overdenture is a removable partial denture or complete denture that replaces missing tooth, supported by other remaining natural teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Removable Partial Dentures

Removable Partial Dentures

A removable denture to replace a few missing teeth partially.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

Dentures Repair

Dentures Repair

Repairing of any damages to a denture.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Broken Denture
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

Dental Implant

Dental Implant

During a dental implantation procedure, a dental implant is used as a surgical component in the bone of the jaw to support dental restorative treatments like dental crowns, dental bridges, dentures, or sometimes for dental braces.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Titanium Dental Implant

Titanium Dental Implant

Titanium dental implants are made from the metal titanium, which is known to be compatible with body tissues and able to bond with adjacent bone during healing.  Dental implants support dental restorative treatments like dental crowns, dental bridges, dentures, or sometimes for dental braces.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

All on Four Dental Implant

All on Four Dental Implant

A modern dental implant procedure where you receive fewer dental implants (four) but with the same set number of teeth, connected by a fixed bridge. Procedure duration is shorter, and the pain and side effects of the procedure is less, too.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

All on Six Dental Implant

All on Six Dental Implant

A modern dental implant procedure where you receive fewer dental implants (six) but with the same set number of teeth, connected by a fixed bridge. Procedure duration is shorter, and the pain and side effects of the procedure is less, too.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

Teeth Filling

Teeth Filling

A dental filling is a type of dental restoration procedure done by filling a decaying or a broken and damaged tooth with specific types of materials. There are different types of dental filling materials like gold, silver or amalgam fillings, and composite resins.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Composite Resin Fillings

Composite Resin Fillings

Composite (plastic) resins are matched to be the same colour as your teeth and therefore used where a natural appearance is desired. The ingredients are mixed and placed directly into the cavity, where they harden. Composites may not be the ideal material for large fillings as they may chip or wear over time. They can also become stained from coffee, tea or tobacco, and do not last as long as other types of fillings generally from three to 10 years.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Removal of Existing Filling

Implant Dentist Consultation

Implant Dentist Consultation
Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth

Restorative Dentist Consultation

Restorative Dentist Consultation
Diseases and Conditions
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)

Dental Bonding

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is the procedure of bonding materials on your teeth for aesthetic purposes, usually to cover tooth discolouration or chipped teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Loose Teeth
  • Stained Teeth
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Teeth Bridge

Teeth Bridge

Bridges are natural-looking dental appliances that can replace a section of missing teeth. Because they are custom-made, bridges are barely noticeable and can restore the natural contour of teeth as well as the proper bite relationship between upper and lower teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Maryland Bridge

Maryland Bridge

Maryland bonded bridges (also called a resin-bonded bridge or a Maryland bridge) are made of porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, or plastic teeth and gums supported by a metal or porcelain framework. Metal or porcelain wings on each side of the bridge are bonded to your existing teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Cantilever Bridge

Cantilever Bridge

Cantilever bridges are used when there are adjacent teeth on only one side of the missing tooth or teeth. This is not very common anymore and is not recommended in the back of the mouth where it can put too much force on other teeth and damage them.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Traditional Bridge

Traditional Bridge

Traditional bridges involve creating a crown for the tooth or implant on both side of the missing tooth, with a pontic in between. Traditional bridges are the most common type of bridge and are made of either porcelain fused to metal or ceramics.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Indirect Composite Restoration

Indirect Composite Restoration

Indirect composite restorations offer a more aesthetically appealing alternative to large posterior restoration treatments.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Dental Disease
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth
  • Tooth Damage

Inlay, Onlay and Overlay

Inlay, Onlay and Overlay

Inlay, onlay and overlay ceramic fillings are used to rebuild your teeth, more stable than dental fillings but less sturdy than dental crowns.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is a dental procedure to restore the colour of your teeth, or to whiten your teeth beyond its natural colour.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Stained Teeth
  • Tooth Discolouration
  • Dark-Coloured Teeth

Laser Teeth Whitening

Laser Teeth Whitening

Laser teeth whitening is a dental procedure done in the dental clinic exclusively by the dentist. After the bleach is applied to the teeth,  a laser light is used to activate the whitening to fasten the process. As the bleaching ingredients are broken down, they react with oxygen upon entering the enamel in our teeth. This produces a brighter, lighter colour on the surface of the teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Stained Teeth
  • Tooth Discolouration
  • Dark-Coloured Teeth

Teeth Whitening Kits (Home based)

Teeth Whitening Kits (Home based)

After assessing your dental condition, the dentist makes a customised mouth guard according to your teeth, together with some bleaching gel. After applying a layer of bleaching gel, the mouth guard is inserted into your mouth and left for one or more hours for the bleaching to take effect. You can then do subsequent treatments at home by consistently wearing the mouth guard (with the bleach gel) for a few hours.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Stained Teeth
  • Tooth Discolouration
  • Dark-Coloured Teeth

Gum Contouring and Reshaping

Gum Contouring and Reshaping

Gum contouring and reshaping is a surgical procedure to fix uneven gum lines, receding gums, or gums that are too low or too high.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Uneven Gums
  • Receding Gums

Teeth Contouring and Reshaping

Teeth Contouring and Reshaping

Teeth contouring and reshaping is a dental procedure to fix crooked teeth, chipped teeth, or cracked teeth in a short period of time compared to other treatments.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Dental Bonding

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is the procedure of bonding materials on your teeth for aesthetic purposes, usually to cover tooth discolouration or chipped teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Loose Teeth
  • Stained Teeth
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Teeth Bridge

Teeth Bridge

Bridges are natural-looking dental appliances that can replace a section of missing teeth. Because they are custom-made, bridges are barely noticeable and can restore the natural contour of teeth as well as the proper bite relationship between upper and lower teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Maryland Bridge

Maryland Bridge

Maryland bonded bridges (also called a resin-bonded bridge or a Maryland bridge) are made of porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, or plastic teeth and gums supported by a metal or porcelain framework. Metal or porcelain wings on each side of the bridge are bonded to your existing teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Cantilever Bridge

Cantilever Bridge

Cantilever bridges are used when there are adjacent teeth on only one side of the missing tooth or teeth. This is not very common anymore and is not recommended in the back of the mouth where it can put too much force on other teeth and damage them.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Traditional Bridge

Traditional Bridge

Traditional bridges involve creating a crown for the tooth or implant on both side of the missing tooth, with a pontic in between. Traditional bridges are the most common type of bridge and are made of either porcelain fused to metal or ceramics.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Dental Implant

Dental Implant

During a dental implantation procedure, a dental implant is used as a surgical component in the bone of the jaw to support dental restorative treatments like dental crowns, dental bridges, dentures, or sometimes for dental braces.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Titanium Dental Implant

Titanium Dental Implant

Titanium dental implants are made from the metal titanium, which is known to be compatible with body tissues and able to bond with adjacent bone during healing.  Dental implants support dental restorative treatments like dental crowns, dental bridges, dentures, or sometimes for dental braces.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

All on Four Dental Implant

All on Four Dental Implant

A modern dental implant procedure where you receive fewer dental implants (four) but with the same set number of teeth, connected by a fixed bridge. Procedure duration is shorter, and the pain and side effects of the procedure is less, too.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

All on Six Dental Implant

All on Six Dental Implant

A modern dental implant procedure where you receive fewer dental implants (six) but with the same set number of teeth, connected by a fixed bridge. Procedure duration is shorter, and the pain and side effects of the procedure is less, too.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

Teeth Veneers

Teeth Veneers

Dental veneers are materials placed on your teeth to improve the aesthetics of your smile and protect the surface of your teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Porcelain Veneer

Porcelain Veneer

Porcelain veneers are dental veneers made out of porcelain materials, usually a similar colour to your teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Composite Veneer

Composite Veneer

An alternative to porcelain veneers, composite veneers are tooth-coloured filling materials used to cover your teeth. A good choice for you if you prefer a more conservative appearance.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Teeth Crown (Dental Crown)

Teeth Crown (Dental Crown)

Crowns are typically used to restore a tooth's function and appearance following a restorative procedure such as a root canal. When decay in a tooth has become so advanced that large portions of the tooth must be removed, crowns are often used to restore the tooth. Crowns are also used to attach bridges, cover implants, prevent a cracked tooth from becoming worse.Crowns also serve an aesthetic use, and are applied when a discolored or stained tooth needs to be restored to its natural appearance.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Gold Crown

Gold Crown

A dental crown made of gold to help restore your teeth by covering your tooth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Permanent Crown

Permanent Crown

A permanently fitted dental crown to help restore your teeth by covering your teeth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Porcelain Crown

Porcelain Crown

A dental crown made of porcelain to help restore your teeth by covering your tooth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM) Crown

Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM) Crown

A porcelain dental crown with a metal shell to help restore your teeth by covering your tooth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Cracked Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)

Resin Crown

Resin Crown

A dental crown made up of resin to help restore your teeth by covering your tooth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Temporary Crown

Temporary Crown

A temporarily fitten dental crown to help restore your teeth by covering your tooth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth
  • Tooth Damage

Zirconia Crown

Zirconia Crown

A dental crown made of zirconia ceramic to help restore your teeth by covering your tooth or dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Enamel Erosion
  • Dental Disease
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth
  • Tooth Damage

Dentures (False Teeth)

Dentures (False Teeth)

Dentures are prosthetic devices to replace any missing teeth, fitted on the surrounding soft and hard tissues in your mouth. Dentures can be removable or non-removable.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Acrylic Dentures

Acrylic Dentures

Dentures made of Acrylic plastic to replace any missing teeth, fitted on the surrounding soft and hard tissues in your mouth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Chrome Dentures

Chrome Dentures

Dentures made of chrome metal to replace any missing teeth, fitted on the surrounding soft and hard tissues in your mouth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Full Dentures

Full Dentures

A permanently placed denture to replace all missing teeth in the whole mouth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Overdentures

Overdentures

An overdenture is a removable partial denture or complete denture that replaces missing tooth, supported by other remaining natural teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Removable Partial Dentures

Removable Partial Dentures

A removable denture to replace a few missing teeth partially.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

Teeth Filling

Teeth Filling

A dental filling is a type of dental restoration procedure done by filling a decaying or a broken and damaged tooth with specific types of materials. There are different types of dental filling materials like gold, silver or amalgam fillings, and composite resins.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Composite Resin Fillings

Composite Resin Fillings

Composite (plastic) resins are matched to be the same colour as your teeth and therefore used where a natural appearance is desired. The ingredients are mixed and placed directly into the cavity, where they harden. Composites may not be the ideal material for large fillings as they may chip or wear over time. They can also become stained from coffee, tea or tobacco, and do not last as long as other types of fillings generally from three to 10 years.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Indirect Composite Restoration

Indirect Composite Restoration

Indirect composite restorations offer a more aesthetically appealing alternative to large posterior restoration treatments.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Dental Disease
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth
  • Tooth Damage

Inlay, Onlay and Overlay

Inlay, Onlay and Overlay

Inlay, onlay and overlay ceramic fillings are used to rebuild your teeth, more stable than dental fillings but less sturdy than dental crowns.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Paediatric Dental Sealants

Paediatric Dental Sealants

Paediatric dental sealants are applied on children's teeth to prevent food from falling into pits or holes in and around the teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Tooth Infection
  • Plaque on Teeth
  • Tartar

Paediatric Dental X-Ray

Paediatric Dental X-Ray

Dental X-ray scan for children

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease
  • Uneven Jaw Bone
  • Jaw Injury
  • Tooth Trauma
  • Tooth Injury
  • Lockjaw

Paediatric Dentist Consultation

Dentist consultation for children

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease

Paediatric Filling

Paediatric Filling

A paediatric dental filling is a type of dental restoration procedure done by filling a decaying or a broken and damaged tooth with specific types of materials for children.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Tooth Damage
  • Hole in Tooth
  • Broken Tooth (Teeth Break)
  • Cracked Tooth

Paediatric Root Therapy

A paediatric root therapy is a procedure to replace an infected pulp in the root of children's teeth with an inert material.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Endodontic Disease
  • Dental Disease
  • Root Canal (Teeth Bed) Infection
  • Root Canal (Teeth Bed) Inflammation

Dental Abscess Treatment for Paediatric

Dental Abscess Treatment for Paediatric

A paediatric dental abscess treatment removes the buildup of pus formed inside teeth or gums for children.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Abscess
  • Teeth Pus
  • Gum Pus
  • Gum Abscess
  • Teeth Abscess
  • Swollen Gums
  • Gum Pain
  • Gum Problems
  • Lump on Gums

Paediatric Tooth Extraction

The extraction of teeth for children.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Dental Disease
  • Loose Teeth

Child Braces

Child Braces

Child braces are dental braces for children to align, straighten, and position your teeth to improve dental health, oral aesthetics and any biting or teeth alignment problems. Child braces are usually less complex and more straightforward than adult treatments, because adults have generally more oral conditions to look out for during orthodontic treatments. On average, it takes about 24 months to complete an orthodontic treatment. Some patients require less than 12 months, while some require up to 3 years of treatment. It depends on the complexity of your oral condition.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems

Family Dentist Consultation

Family Dentist Consultation
Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease

Teeth Scaling and Polishing

Teeth Scaling and Polishing

A thorough cleaning and removal of all traces of plaque and tartar on your teeth that cannot be removed by brushing.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Plaque on Teeth
  • Stained Teeth
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Tooth Damage
  • Tooth Infection
  • Tartar

Fluoride Therapy

Fluoride Therapy

Fluoride therapy is the use of fluoride on teeth to prevent tooth decay.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Dental Disease
  • Tooth Damage
  • Tooth Infection
  • Plaque on Teeth
  • Tartar

Dental Prophylaxis

Dental Prophylaxis

A dental prophylaxis thoroughly cleans the teeth, usually used to control or stop the progress of periodontal disease and gingivitis.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Periodontal (Gum) Disease
  • Gingivitis
  • Dental Disease
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Tooth Damage
  • Tooth Infection
  • Plaque on Teeth
  • Tartar

Dental Sealants

Dental Sealants

Dental sealents are applied on your teeth to prevent food from falling into pits or holes in and around the teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Dental Disease

Bad Breath Treatment

Bad Breath Treatment

Treatment for periodontal disease, dry mouth, or other problems that may cause bad breath.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease
  • Bad Breath / Stinky Breath
  • Dry Mouth

Dental Checkup

Dental Checkup

Routine dental checkup to maintain oral teeth health.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease

Dentist Consultation

Dentist Consultation

Dental consultation for any oral health conditions.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease

Dental Splinting

Dental Splinting

Dental splinting is used to stablise teeth that are loose as a result of losing the supporting bone around them.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Loose Teeth

Tooth Extractions

Tooth Extractions

The extraction of loose or falling teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Loose Teeth

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

"Wisdom tooth, as commonly known, is actually the third molar tooth. For most of us wisdom teeth are the last teeth in the mouth, usually erupted during the late teens or early 20's. For most of us wisdom teeth are either fully erupted, partially erupted or do not erupt at all. It is common to have some discomfort during eruption of wisdom teeth, epecially the lowers. The most common complaint is pain and swelling. This is normally followed by fever, difficulties in mouth opening, and of course eating. These will normally subside after a few days, however some will require a visit to the dentist or Oral Surgeons for cleaning and a course of antibiotics and painkillers. Subsequently the teeth might require removal. Since most of wisdom teeth, mainly the lower, are impacted, removal means a minor oral surgical procedure."

Diseases and Conditions
  • Wisdom Tooth Pain

Antibiotic and Antifungal Treatment (Dental)

Antibiotic and Antifungal Treatment (Dental)

Dental treatment for any fungal infection on the teeth or gums.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Tooth Infection
  • Gum Infection
  • Gum Inflammation
  • Teeth Inflammation
  • Dry Mouth
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Gum Pain
  • Gum Problems
  • Teeth Infection

Dental Abscess Treatment

Dental Abscess Treatment

A dental abscess treatment removes the buildup of pus formed inside teeth or gums.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Abscess
  • Teeth Pus
  • Gum Pus
  • Gum Abscess
  • Teeth Abscess
  • Swollen Gums
  • Gum Pain
  • Gum Problems
  • Lump on Gums

Emergency Dentist Consultation

Emergency Dentist Consultation
Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease

Pulpotomy

Pulpotomy

A pulpotomy removes a portion of the pulp beneath the teeth to maintain the vitality of the remaining pulpal tissue of your teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Pulp Disease
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Tooth Damage
  • Tooth Infection
  • Tooth Injury
  • Tooth Trauma

Sensitive Teeth Treatment

Sensitive Teeth Treatment

Treatment for sensitive teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Sensitive Teeth

Mouth Guard

Mouth Guard

A mouthguard is a protective device that covers your teeth and gums to prevent or reduce injury during your activities.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Grinding
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder
  • Sports Related Dental Injuries
  • Uneven Teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Biting Problems
  • Crooked Teeth

Mouth Guard (Teeth Grinding)

Mouth Guard (Teeth Grinding)

A mouthguard can be prescribed by the dentist to avoid tooth grinding. Mouthguards can protect the teeth from grinding against each other, causing excessive wear. There are mouthguards for teeth grinding at night (nightguards) and for teeth clenching during the daytime.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Grinding

Sport Mouth Guard

Sport Mouth Guard

A sport mouth guard is a protective device that covers your teeth and gums to prevent or reduce injury during your sport activities.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Sports Related Dental Injuries
  • Tooth Trauma
  • Tooth Injury

Mouth (Oral) Cancer Screening

Diseases and Conditions
  • Mouth (Oral) Cancer
  • Dental Disease

Gingivitis Treatment

Gingivitis Treatment

A dental treatment for the inflammation of gums, or periodontitis.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gingivitis
  • Gum Infection
  • Gum Inflammation
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Gum Pain
  • Gum Problems

Gingival Flap Surgery

Gingival Flap Surgery

A gingival flap surgery is a gum procedure where the gums are separated from the teeth and folded back temporarily to allow the dentist to reach the root of the tooth and bone to treat gum disease.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Periodontal (Gum) Disease
  • Gum Infection
  • Gum Inflammation
  • Gingivitis
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Gum Pain
  • Gum Problems

Gingivectomy

Gingivectomy

A gingivectomy is a dental procedure where a part of your gums is cut away due to gum infection.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gingivitis
  • Gum Infection
  • Gum Inflammation
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Gum Pain
  • Gum Problems

Gingivoplasty

Gingivoplasty

A gingivoplasty is the removal or reshaping of your gums.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Gingivitis
  • Gum Infection
  • Gum Inflammation
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Gum Pain
  • Gum Problems

Gum Surgery

Gum Surgery

A dental surgical procedure on your gums.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Periodontal (Gum) Disease
  • Gum Infection
  • Gum Inflammation
  • Receding Gums

Periodontitis Treatment

Periodontitis Treatment

A dental treatment for the inflammation of gums, or periodontitis.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Periodontitis
  • Dental Disease
  • Gum Infection
  • Gum Inflammation
  • Periodontitis
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Gum Pain
  • Gum Problems

Periodontal Flap Surgery

Periodontal Flap Surgery

A periodontal surgery is a gum procedure where the gums are separated from the teeth temporarily for dentists to reach the root of the tooth and bone to treat gum disease.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Periodontal (Gum) Disease
  • Gum Infection
  • Gum Inflammation
  • Periodontitis
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Gum Pain
  • Gum Problems

Periodontal Regeneration

Periodontal Regeneration

A periodontal regeneration allows your teeth bone and tissues to regenerate without the interference of your gums.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Periodontal (Gum) Disease
  • Gum Infection
  • Gum Inflammation
  • Periodontitis
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Gum Pain
  • Gum Problems

Periodontal Treatment

Periodontal Treatment

A dental treatment for the inflammation of gums, or periodontitis.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Periodontal (Gum) Disease
  • Gum Infection
  • Gum Inflammation
  • Periodontitis
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Gum Pain
  • Gum Problems

Supportive Periodontal Therapy

Supportive Periodontal Therapy

Supportive periodontal therapy is a teeth cleaning procedure to thoroughly clean your teeth and gums, usually done to prevent the progression of periodontal disease and gingivitis.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Periodontal (Gum) Disease
  • Gingivitis
  • Gum Infection
  • Gum Inflammation
  • Periodontitis
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Gum Pain
  • Gum Problems

Surgical Removal of Root

Surgical Removal of Root

The surgical procedure to remove an infected root beneath your teeth.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Endodontic Disease
  • Root Canal (Teeth Bed) Inflammation
  • Root Canal (Teeth Bed) Infection

Tooth Extractions (Surgery)

Tooth Extractions (Surgery)

The extraction of teeth where a surgical procedure is required.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Cavities (Tooth Decay)
  • Loose Teeth

Dental X-Ray

Dental X-Ray

Dental X-Rays are essential, diagnostic tools that provide information not visible during a dental exam. Dentists and dental hygienists use this information to safely and accurately detect hidden problems and complete an accurate treatment plan. Without x-rays, problem areas may go undetected. Dental X-Rays reveal abscesses, cysts, bone loss, any abnormalities in TMJ problems, tooth decay, teeth developmental abnormalities, poor tooth and root positions, and problems inside a tooth or below the gum line.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Dental Disease
  • Uneven Jaw Bone
  • Jaw Injury
  • Tooth Trauma
  • Tooth Injury
  • Lockjaw

Dental Implant

Dental Implant

During a dental implantation procedure, a dental implant is used as a surgical component in the bone of the jaw to support dental restorative treatments like dental crowns, dental bridges, dentures, or sometimes for dental braces.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Loss
  • Teeth Replacement

Titanium Dental Implant

Titanium Dental Implant

Titanium dental implants are made from the metal titanium, which is known to be compatible with body tissues and able to bond with adjacent bone during healing.  Dental implants support dental restorative treatments like dental crowns, dental bridges, dentures, or sometimes for dental braces.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

All on Four Dental Implant

All on Four Dental Implant

A modern dental implant procedure where you receive fewer dental implants (four) but with the same set number of teeth, connected by a fixed bridge. Procedure duration is shorter, and the pain and side effects of the procedure is less, too.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

All on Six Dental Implant

All on Six Dental Implant

A modern dental implant procedure where you receive fewer dental implants (six) but with the same set number of teeth, connected by a fixed bridge. Procedure duration is shorter, and the pain and side effects of the procedure is less, too.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

Implant Supported Overdenture

Implant Supported Overdenture

An implant supported denture is attached to and supported by dental implants, instead of your jaw. This is used when you have no teeth or your jawbone is not strong enough to support the dentures.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Teeth Loss
  • Missing Teeth
  • Teeth Replacement

Bone Graft (Dentistry)

Bone Graft (Dentistry)

A bone graft procedure involves the dental surgeon taking a section of bone from another area of your body, or using a special bone grafting material, to reshape your jaw bone to support your dental implant.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Periodontal (Gum) Disease
  • Bone Loss in Teeth
  • Dental Bone Injury

Bone Loss and Sinus Lift

Bone Loss and Sinus Lift

A bone grafting procedure for bone loss in the upper jaw.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Bone Loss in Teeth
  • Dental Bone Injury

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

"Wisdom tooth, as commonly known, is actually the third molar tooth. For most of us wisdom teeth are the last teeth in the mouth, usually erupted during the late teens or early 20's. For most of us wisdom teeth are either fully erupted, partially erupted or do not erupt at all. It is common to have some discomfort during eruption of wisdom teeth, epecially the lowers. The most common complaint is pain and swelling. This is normally followed by fever, difficulties in mouth opening, and of course eating. These will normally subside after a few days, however some will require a visit to the dentist or Oral Surgeons for cleaning and a course of antibiotics and painkillers. Subsequently the teeth might require removal. Since most of wisdom teeth, mainly the lower, are impacted, removal means a minor oral surgical procedure."

Diseases and Conditions
  • Wisdom Tooth Pain

Gum Surgery

Gum Surgery

A dental surgical procedure on your gums.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Periodontal (Gum) Disease
  • Gum Infection
  • Gum Inflammation
  • Receding Gums

Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR)

Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR)

Guided bone regeneration is a dental surgical procedure that helps direct the growth of new bone and tissues in areas where your mouth has insufficient volume of bones and tissues to function.

Diseases and Conditions
  • Bone Loss in Teeth
  • Uneven Jaw Bone
  • Jaw Injury
  • Tooth Trauma
  • Tooth Injury
  • Lockjaw

Note: The above procedures/treatments are a sample of treatments available at the clinic/hospital, all enquiries welcome. The provision of estimated prices aims to facilitate and enables patients to be better prepared financially before undergoing a medical procedure. Kindly note that actual bill size may vary in accordance to the patient’s medical condition and/or due to unforeseen complications that may arise during admission. Further, the healthcare provider reserves the right to revise its prices at its sole discretion and without prior notice.

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Professional freindly staff the dentist puts you at ease if you are nervous fantastic dentist highly recommend me and My Husband travelled from Perth Australia.
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Nurses were very helpful and Dr Alexander is one of the best Dentist in penang. Thanks for treating one of my players from Qatar.
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Very professional service, helpful and friendly staff. Top grade standard. I definitely recommend this place. I had pain in the upper right part of my mouth and came for a checkup. I had three cavities. One of them was quite deep. The doctor walked me through what he is planning to do (using a camera) at every step. He reacted immediately to any signs of discomfort making sure I'm ok. In the end, he fixed all three and I can continue my travels.
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Cavities (Tooth Decay)
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Easy to make appointment, just online via 'Services' tab on their fb page. Good receiptionist service. Friendly reminder on whatsapp. Skillful dentist with special pro equipment.
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The staff replying whatsapp is rude !
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great service n skill👍recommended
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very skilled and great service, you will be in good hands.
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you will be in good hands under the care of responsible and caring Eversmile Dental Dentists.
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Dentist Very skilful and reception very friendly
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Great atmosphere and excellent service. I had my filling and scaling done here. Will definitely recommend this place to my friends.
Treatments
Teeth Filling, Teeth Scaling and Polishing
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good service and friendly
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highly professional service, awesome environment. I booked my next appointment already.

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