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Root Canal Treatment

Our dentists are trained to diagnose and treat problems located inside of the tooth with special endodontic equipment. Root Canal treatment is the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the dental pulp. The pulp is made up of nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue, which are important in tooth development.


1. What is a root canal treatment?

Root canal treatment is the removal of infected or inflamed pulp from the inside of the tooth. The pulp is removed from the crown and the roots of the tooth.

Pulp is the soft tissue inside the crown and roots of teeth containing nerves and blood vessels. Once an infected or inflamed pulp is removed, the tooth can function normally and usually be retained indefinitely.

2. What happens during a root canal treatment?

Your dentist will take an x-ray of the tooth and the area around it. The tooth will then be numbed (an injection) with a local anesthetic.

All tooth decay will be removed. The dentist will gain access to the pulp chamber of the tooth and remove the pulp from the crown and roots. The root canals are cleaned and completely sealed with a filling material to prevent further infection.

Root canal treatment may be completed over several appointments.

Following the root canal treatment, the tooth will be restored with a strong filling material or crown.

Gum Diseases and Surgeries

Gum has its own diseases and problems, as the hard dental tissue. Distortion of the gum may be as a result of aging infections and/or bad oral care or hygiene.

The main reason for gum inflammation (gingivitis) and supportive tissue of the tooth (periodontitis) is the plaque, which consists of millions of toxic harmful bacteria that may cause gum pockets, tooth movement, or even teeth loss. There are other factors that increase the susceptibility of gum disease, including diabetes, smoking, genetic factors, immune diseases, certain medications, malnutrition and pregnancy.

Symptoms of gum inflammation include redness - swelling - bleeding when brushing teeth - bad smell- unpleasant breathe – gum abscess- recession of the gums and expose the roots causing increased tooth sensitivity- bone destruction- increased tooth mobility.

There are two types of gum treatment, surgical treatment and non-surgical treatment, and the choice between them depends on damage of the gums. The main objectives of gum treatment are to remove the plaque, reduce of swelling and reduce the depth of periodontal pockets so avoiding worsening of the gum condition.

Cosmetic gum surgery also plays a big role in drawing a perfect smile on the face, and is made to repair or correct excess gum problems, improve appearance of irregular gum shape, as well as problems with receding gums and is performed under local anesthesia.

Childrens Treatments

children-treatment-img1Has it always been really hard for you to take your child to the dentist? Have you ever imagined that the day will come and your child will want to stay longer other than crying their way out?!! We take care of your children; we teach them how to care for their teeth, the caring gentle touch and the devoted experienced staff will make your visit more comfortable and relaxing. We know what kids want. Kids need comfort; they need someone to listen, with extra care and successful communication. Your visit can be more pleasant without all the fighting and shouting. The use of the recent technology and the new approaches to practice, rest assured that you are providing your child with the latest in the field of dental care.

Does my child really need dental care?

Every one is liable to dental problems. The sooner you discover it the better the outcome of treatment can be. Your child can suffer from gum problems or dental decay and getting the proper care on time will be a crucial step in complete and full treatment. 

Regular check ups will save you time and money as before any potential problem becomes more severe. Protect your child from early dental problems. Your child deserves the best.

children-treatment-img2Are child teeth really important?

Childhood, this is the growth time, your child is at his utmost need of special care so as to make sure he is growing properly and the same concept applies to his teeth. Milky teeth are very important; the child learns how to chew, and how to talk. He needs health teeth for the healthy growth of his jawbone structure. Children's teeth are delicate, they need specialized hands to handle them, and we have the excellent dentists who can take care of your kids.

Smile Makeover

“All human desires are in some way related to beauty” .

smile-makeover-img1Ever wonder how Hollywood stars have such perfect smiles? Not all of them were born with such perfect teeth , and just like them you can easily achieve it with minimal prosthetic intervention.

Do you dream of having a perfect smile ? Besides enhancing your appearance , a beautiful smile can remove barriers to professional and social success and boost your self-esteem. At our clinic , we can help you achieve the smile of your dreams and discover a new , more confident you. We are equipped with State of Art facilities and resources.

smile-makeover-img2Ceramic veneers are a great way to improve your smile! A veneer is a thin layer of translucent ceramic placed over the tooth surface to improve the shape ( the length and the width), the color of the tooth, the imperfections in the alignment, or to protect damaged tooth surface. They need a minimal tooth preparation and in 2 visits you can achieve a perfect smile.

What can Dental Veneers do for you?

  • Brighten front teeth that have permanent stains or discolorations.
  • smile-makeover-img3Cover slightly crooked, chipped, worn or eroded teeth.
  • Improve the shape and length of poorly shaped teeth.
  • Fill big gaps between the front teeth.
  • Correct crowded teeth and small irregularities of the occlusion.

Advantages of Dental Veneers :

  • Achieve aesthetically pleasing and natural looking Hollywood Smile.
  • smile-makeover-img4Require minimal prosthetic intervention on the teeth.
  • Suitable for a wide range of teeth imperfections.
  • Handcrafted for your own unique smile.
  • Changes are instant (2 dental visits) and durable (highly resistant to chipping, fracture and discoloration).

Porcelain veneers generally requires three office visits.

On the first visit , you will discuss with our dentist about the placement of the veneers. We will study your smile and take impressions of your teeth to prepare a wax-up. The “Trial Smile” allows patients to see what their new smile will look like by determining what size, shape and type of veneers, before any work is done.

On the second visit , we will reduce a small amount of the enamel of your teeth to make room for the veneers. An impression is then taken so that the porcelain veneer can be fabricated in the dental laboratory .Then, we will place temporary veneers to protect the teeth while the permanent version is crafted in Lab.

On your third visit , the veneers are bonded on your teeth. The final result with your veneers in place will look like a normal and beautiful teeth. At this time you can leave the dentist’s office with a brand new , beautiful smile !

Restorative Dentistry

A cavity (caused by a disease named caries) happens when bacteria in the mouth produce acids that attack your teeth. With time , this acid can dissolve away the enamel on your teeth and cause a hole known as a cavity . Without treatment by your dentist , dental decay may continue to advance . If you need to have a tooth restored (filled), your options may include several different materials. Your dentist will discuss with you which material is best for your case.In our clinic we use the “tooth colored” restoration fillings. They include composite resin , glass ionomer and porcelain materials which are aesthetic fillings.

Dental fillings fall into two categories : direct restorations and indirect restorations.

Direct restorations are filling placed immediately into a prepared cavity in a single visit. The dentist prepares the tooth , places the filling and adjusts it during one appointment.


Advantages of the composite resin :

  • Color can be matched to the existing tooth;
  • Composite is a relatively strong material , providing good durability;
  • Composite may generally be used on either front or back teeth;
  • Does not corrode;
  • Holds up well to biting forces;
  • Moderately resistant to further decay , new decay is easy to find;
  • Can be repaired easily.

Indirect restorations may require two or more visits. They include inlays , onlays and composite veneers. During the first visit , the dentist prepares the tooth and makes an impression . This impression is sent to a dental laboratory , which creates the dental restoration (filling). At the next appointment , the dentist cements the restoration to the prepared tooth and adjusts it.

Teeth and Gums Cleaning and Polishing

teeth-gums-cleaningGood oral hygiene is important, not only for looks, but for general health as well. Poor oral hygiene can lead to a variety of dental and medical problems such as gum disease, infection, bone loss, heart disease, strokes and more. One of the objectives of your visits to your dentist regularly is brushing your teeth fully. The oral and dental health specialist will to remove plaque and tartar accumulated under the gums, which may cause gum disease and tooth decay and bad breath and other health problems. It also includes the cleaning process to refine and polish your teeth. This procedure can be performed during your regular check up visit (every 6 months) and cleanings can prevent these problems as well as provide you with good oral hygiene.

Regular Check ups

Why regular check-up visits is important?

regular-checkupsVisiting the dentist aims to maintain healthy teeth and bright smile for life. It is very important to choose a dentist that you trust and feel comfort. During your first visit the dentist will ask for full information about your Dental and medical health. The doctor then examines your case and explains the required needs of your teeth and sets your treatment plan.

Dental treatment plan will include:

  • Address the main reason for visiting the dentist (dental pain, cosmetic dentistry, cleaning or teeth whitening).
  • Address other problems in the mouth before they aggravate  (such as removing decay before it reaches the nerve or extracting the tooth before it causes significant inflammation, etc.)

  • Preventive measures to avoid problems and pains (teeth cleaning and preventive fillings).
  • Explaining how to maintain and care of teeth and gums (as explaining the correct way of brushing teeth, flossing)

  • Taking diagnostic X-rays. The use of X-rays depends on your age, the extent of the disease and its symptoms. The X-ray helps your doctor in the detection of oral and dental diseases that cannot be seen by visual examination (such as the depth of tooth decay, damage to the jawbones, teeth penetration between the jaw bones and other teeth, tooth abscess, any tumors affect the mouth or jaws). 
In our dental clinics you will find X-ray machines that do not produce any significant amounts of radiation. Yet, You may have to wear a visor lead to protect yourself from any side effects may affect you as a result of your exposure to x-rays.
In the case of pregnant women visit to the dentist, they must inform the dentist of their pregnancy , which shall be considered when  using  X-rays except in cases of extreme necessity.

Frequency of visit?

If your teeth and gums are healthy; you often have to visit the dentist only once a year. If your doctor considers it necessary to provide specific treatment methods such as: dental filling, remove wisdom teeth, or repair a broken crown, you should Schedule your appointments with the specific dentist before leaving the clinic to avoid any problems in the future.

Dental Implant

Restore your missing teeth with dental implants

Have you lost a tooth? Multiple teeth? All of your teeth? Does smiling make you feel uncomfortable? Not able to eat efficiently as you were used to? Regain your confidence. Trust your own teeth. With us you can have your own perfect smile back.

dental-implants-img1A dental implant

A Dental implant is a titanium implant that is placed into the jaw/gums to replace the root of missing teeth. Why titanium? Titanium is strong, reliable and highly compatible with the bone and the oral tissue. It is the most inert metal (accepted by human body) and there is no known case of titanium allergy, and it doesn't corrode compared to metal such as iron etc.

Dental implant is one of the latest innovations in dentistry. Previously, any missing teeth can only be replaced with a denture, which is although removable is troublesome and not accepted by everyone , Dental implant has become more popular because it is the best replacement for natural teeth. They provide a foundation for new replacement teeth that Look, Feel, and Function exactly like natural Teeth. You will not only be able to eat everything, but also you will be preserving your facial structure, protecting it from bone deterioration that can result from missing teeth. It's a lifetime investment. Implants are designed to last longer than any other type of restorative procedure (Crowns, Bridges, etc.).

dental-implants-img2How will Dental Implants change your life?

Simply, it's as natural as it can be.

  • Have your full smile back; Implants look exactly the same as original teeth.
  • Speak with more confidence; no more slurry words or mumbling as with missing teeth.
  • Feel comfortable in your own mouth; Implants become part of you. No discomfort like that of the removable dentures.
  • Eat whatever you like; they function as your own teeth, no pain or difficulty in chewing.
  • They are stable, they are fixed, and you won't feel embarrassed like with other removable dentures when you have to take them off.
  • They last many years; they are strong, reliable and won't let you down.

dental-implants-img3What's the success rate for Dental Implants?

Up to 98% of the cases were completely successful (With proper care); it mainly depends on the place of the Implant and the jawbone structure. Highly trained specialists will advise you about your special case through full oral examination before the Implant process.

Can anyone get a Dental Implant?

If you are healthy enough to undergo a simple dental extraction or oral surgery, you can be considered for dental implant. Dental Implants are held in the jawbone, so you need to have a healthy gum and enough bones. If you have uncontrolled high blood sugar level, heart problems, or if you are a heavy smoker, your case will need to be evaluated on individual basis.

dental-implants-img4Does It Really Hurts?

Having a dental Implant is a simple procedure that can be done under local anesthesia on the dental chair. In a very short time and with no pain the implant will be placed in your mouth. You will be able to conduct all your regular life activities normally one day following the procedure. Once the healing process is completed (around 3 months) the preparation can be made for construction of a tooth. The teeth are normally made of porcelain, the shape and color is 'custom-made' to complement the rest of the teeth. Committing to a proper oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist is also very important factor for the success of the dental implant.

Oral Surgery

We at Majestic dental, provide the full range of oral surgery procedures. These include routine extractions, surgical removal of teeth, wisdom teeth, impacted teeth, exposure and bonding of un-erupted teeth for orthodontic traction, removal of dental cysts and apicectomies. All surgical services at Majestic dental center are performed under Local Anesthesia.

During your consultation, our specialist will evaluate your problems and inform you of the ideal treatment plan. If you wish to proceed, you will let us know and we will arrange a time and date for the procedure.

Surgical Extraction – Impacted Wisdom Tooth Extraction

What are Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the last teeth to develop and appear in the mouth behind the upper and lower second molars. They are called “Wisdom teeth” because they usually appear during a person’s late teen or early twenties, which has been called the “age of wisdom.”

Impacted Wisdom Teeth

When a wisdom tooth is blocked from erupting or coming into the mouth normally, it is termed “impacted.” Nine out of ten people have at least one impacted wisdom tooth resulting from a lack of space in the mouth.

Impacted teeth can lead to such a pain, infection and crowding of, or damage to, adjacent teeth. More serious problems can occur if the sac that surrounds the impacted tooth fills with fluid and enlarges to form a cyst. Many problems with wisdom teeth can occur with few or no symptoms, so there can be damage even without you notice. Treatment of impacted wisdom teeth involves their removal using special surgical techniques appropriate for each individual case.

Most wisdom tooth extractions are performed in the oral and maxillofacial surgery office under local anesthesia. Your oral surgeon will discuss the anesthetic option that is right for you.

The relative ease with which a wisdom tooth may be removed depends on several conditions, including the position of the tooth and root development. Impacted wisdom teeth may require more invasive surgery. Usually surgery will take up to one hour, although this varies by case. After surgery you will spend some time “in recovery” before going home. Generally normal activities can be resumed within few days, depending on the degree of impaction and the number of teeth removed.

It isn’t wise to wait until your wisdom teeth start to bother you. It is important to know that, as wisdom teeth develop, their roots become longer and the jawbone denser. Thus, as a Person ages, it becomes more difficult to remove the wisdom teeth and complications are more prone to occur. While such complications are impossible to predict the longer the wisdom teeth remain in your mouth, the more likely they are to cause problems. When they do, these complications may be more difficult to treat in a patient who is older.

After Your Surgery

What to Expect

After Oral surgery the office staff will give you specific post-surgical instructions. Immediately following surgery you may be asked to bite on some gauze to stop any bleeding, and an ice pack may be used during the first 48 to 72 hours to help reduce swelling. In addition to swelling there may be some discoloration of the skin, which should disappear in a few days. Medication prescribed by your Oral Surgeon will help you to be able to resume normal activities within three to five days. If bleeding is excessive after you return home, or if you experience increased pain after the first 72 hours following surgery, contact your Oral Surgeon immediately for instructions.

As your mouth heals, your jaw may be sore and may not open as wide as usual. After few days, moist heat applied to the face may be helpful, and gentle opening and closing of the mouth can help exercise the jaws and restore normal movements.


For the first two days following surgery, eat soft foods and drink fluids, but avoid using straws as the suction could disturb clotting. The formation of a blood clot in the extraction sites following surgery is important for the healing process, so be careful not to disturb this clot while eating.

Do not rinse your mouth vigorously until clotting is complete, although gentle rinsing with salt water may be recommended by your surgeon to aid healing. Avoid eating hard or sticky foods that might damage your jawbone, particularly if bone was removed during surgery. And remember – smoking can disturb blood clots and the healing process. Resume brushing your teeth the second day after surgery, but avoid disturbing blood clots with the toothbrush.

Crowns and Bridges

crown-and-bridges-img1Crowns are a type of dental restoration which, when cemented into place, fully cup over the tooth.

In comparison, fillings are dental restorations that fill in or cover over just a portion of a tooth. Since dental crowns encase the entire visible aspect of a tooth, a dental crown in effect becomes the tooth's new outer surface.

Crowns can be made out of porcelain, metal (a gold or other metal), or a combination of both.

Dental crowns are recommended for a variety of reasons but, in general, most of these reasons will usually fall within one of the following basic categories:

  • To restore a tooth to its original shape.
  • To strengthen a tooth.
  • To improve the cosmetic appearance of a tooth.

crown-and-bridges-img2Dental Bridges

Dental bridges literally bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth.

A bridge is made up of two crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap and a false tooth/teeth in between. These teeth can be made from gold, alloys, white porcelain or a combination of these materials. Either natural teeth or implants can support dental bridges.

Among the benefits of dental bridges are:

  • Restore your smile
  • Restore your ability to properly chew and speak
  • Maintain the shape of your face
  • Distribute the forces in your bite properly by replacing missing teeth
  • Prevent remaining teeth from drifting out of position

Teeth whitening

Dental bleaching, also known as tooth whitening is one of the most conservative and cost-effective dental treatments to improve or enhance a person’s smile.

The tooth whitening is either professionally applied (in the dental office) or dentist-prescribed/dispensed (patient home-use). Current tooth bleaching materials are based primarily on either hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. Both may change the inherent color of the teeth but for safety and efficacy, tooth bleaching is best performed under professional supervision.

The effects of bleaching can last for several months, but may vary depending on the lifestyle of the patient. Factors that decrease whitening include smoking and the ingestion of dark colored liquids like coffee, tea and red wine. Also results may vary depending on such factors as type of stain, age of patient, concentration of the active agent, and treatment time and frequency.

Does bleach remove the outer layer of the teeth?

The use of licensed lotions by the American Dental Association available at most dentists around the world do not affect the solidity and strength of the teeth.

Whitening has positive effect dental nerve, and in the statistical data prepared by the U.S. National Institute of Health on a group of Americans, that after seven years of bleaching their teeth did not need any nerve treatment at all.


Orthodontic Treatment

orthodontics-img1Do you think you are too old to have braces?

Are you embarrassed from the metal dull look of traditional braces?

Maybe it is time for you to re-consider.

Modern technology left no place for those misconceptions. Orthodontic treatments are not only for teens or pre-teens, now also you can get the beautiful, pleasing smile you have dreamed of.


Orthodontics is a special discipline of dentistry concerned with aligning the teeth and jaws to improve one’s smile and oral health. A dentist usually recommends braces to improve the patient’s dental appearance and function. Through orthodontic treatment, problems like crooked or crowded teeth, overbites or under bites, incorrect jaw position and disorders of the jaw joints are corrected.


Patients with orthodontic problems can benefit from treatment at nearly any age. An ideal time for placement of braces is between 10 and 14 years of age, while the head and mouth are still growing and teeth are more easily straightened. However, it should be noted that braces aren’t just for children. More and more adults are also wearing braces to correct minor problems and to improve their smiles.


  1. Your orthodontist will advise what appliance is best for your particular problem, but the patient often has a choice. Braces generally come in a few varieties.
  2. We offer four different types of dental braces that you can choose from to suit your own needs and comfort.
  3. Invisalign: a clear plastic aligner without wires or brackets; a highly esthetic alternative to traditional braces.
  4. Crystal Braces: A translucent, non-staining, less visible substitute to metal braces.
  5. Lingual Braces: a virtually invisible option, where braces are attached to the back of teeth, hidden from view.
  6. Traditional Metal Braces: Available in silver or gold.
So whether you are young or old, we will have a solution that will definitely fit your lifestyle.
  7. Is it only about how I look?
 Many people think that most dental procedures are only for the sake of looking good, they don't see it as a potential health risk and a case that requires medical attention and care.

Orthodontics goes far beyond a nice smile. They play an important role in oral health. Bite problems, for example, can cause the abnormal wearing of teeth, joint problems and headache. You won't be only having the perfect smile, but also a healthy and efficient lifestyle.
  8. HOW LONG WILL I HAVE TO WEAR BRACES? That depends upon your treatment plan. The more complicated your spacing or bite problem is, and the older you are, the longer the period of treatment, usually. Most patients can count on wearing full braces between 18 to 24 months, followed by the wearing of a retainer for at least a few months to set and align tissues surrounding straightened teeth.


The interconnecting wires are tightened at each visit, bearing mild pressure on the brackets to shift teeth or jaws gradually into a desired position. Your teeth and jaws may feel slightly sore after each visit, but the discomfort is brief. Keep in mind also that some teeth may need to be extracted to make room for teeth being shifted with braces and for proper jaw alignment.


Yes. Cut down on sweets and fizzy drinks. Sugary and starchy foods generate acids and plaque that can cause tooth decay and promote gum disease. Cut healthy, hard foods like carrots or apples into smaller pieces. Sticky, chewy sweets like toffees can cause wire damage and loosen brackets. Avoid hard and crunchy snacks that can break braces, including popcorn, nuts and hard sweets.


With braces, oral hygiene is more important than ever. Braces have tiny spaces where food particles and plaque get trapped. Brush carefully after every meal with fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush. Rinse thoroughly and check your teeth in the mirror to make sure they’re clean. Take time to floss between braces and under wires with the help of floss. Have your teeth cleaned every six months to keep your gums and teeth healthy. Insufficient cleaning while wearing braces can cause enamel staining around brackets or bands.


Your dentist will usually refer you to an orthodontist-a specialist trained in the development, prevention and correction of irregularities of the teeth, bite and jaws and related facial abnormalities