If you have any problem with your physical health you will go to a doctor, however, if you have any problem with your oral health, you will visit a dentist. Though any problem with your oral health can affect your physical health and wellbeing.
Here comes the role of the dentist, who can take care of problems pertaining to your teeth, jaws, gums, and tissues in your mouth. You can find the best Arabic Female Dentist as well as Male dentists in REPC Dubai.
If you have any oral health problems, keep reading this article to know how our Arabic Female Dentists can solve your health issues.
Who is a Dentist?
A dentist is a specialist in oral health. They work to diagnose, treat, solve and prevent issues related to the mouth and everything inside it.
However, one dentist cannot look after all your issues. There are many specializations under dentistry. These include:
A pediatric dentist specializes in treating infants up to teens. They have the proper training and skills to care for children.
A dentist that specializes in Endodontics deals with the pulp and tissue around the tooth’s root. They can treat a cracked tooth, can carry out tooth replacements and can treat complex conditions of the root. A general dentist cannot perform these procedures.
A periodontist specializes in treating gum disease. This inflammatory disease harms the gums and surrounding structures near the teeth. They also apply dental implants to patients.
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons specialize in a wide area and treat injuries not limited to the mouth. This branch includes surgery, pathology and radiology. They can treat defects and damages in the head, neck, tissues either hard or soft, face and jaws such as fractures of lower and upper jaw and other facial injuries. Moreover, they can administer anesthesia to a patient in a dentist’s office.
This specialization focuses on replacing missing teeth and tissue. They can be fixed by using fixed or removable crowns, bridges, dentures, veneers and implants. It also deals with gums disease and is also known as cosmetic dentistry.
Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics
This branch deals with aligning the teeth and correcting the movement and position of malpositioned teeth and jaw. Moreover, dentofacial orthopedics modifies facial growth and development during childhood years. Braces and Invisalign are a part of orthodontics.
REPC Dubai is an equal opportunity employer and we have English and Arabic speaking female and male dentists specializing in these branches of dentistry to look after your oral health.
Role and Responsibilities of an Arabic Female Dentist
While you may come across dentists that handle everything single-handedly, it is more likely to meet a team in a dentist’s office. These include a lab technician, a dental hygienist and a dental assistant all lead by a dentist. However, some roles and responsibilities are specific only to a dentist who is qualified and skilled enough to perform these duties.
An Arabic Female Dentist will diagnose any oral health problems and diseases. She will evaluate your oral health and wellbeing while guiding you about maintaining good oral health and preventing diseases.
After evaluation and diagnosis, she will make your treatment plans and implement them in order to restore your oral hygiene and health. She will also interpret and run dental X-rays and your diagnostic tests. She can carry out dental procedures and surgeries (provided she is also an Oral and maxillofacial surgeon)on your teeth and bone in the oral cavity. Some of them can also safely administer anesthesia.
An Arabic female dentist at REPC can look after the development and restoration of your teeth and jaws. Alongside safely carrying out general dentistry and specialist procedures like fillings, implants, braces, extractions, crowns and corrective surgeries.
However, a dentist’s role is not limited to what’s in the mouth. They will also examine your nervous system, salivary glands, lymph nodes, head and neck to check for abnormalities, lumps or infections. They will accordingly perform biopsies or diagnostic tests to identify your condition.
Why Do You Need to Visit an Arabic Female Dentist?
Your oral health affects your quality of life and your overall physical wellbeing. Having something as minor as a toothache can be very uncomfortable and can disrupt your routine.
Oral Health Affects Physical Health
Oral diseases should be diagnosed timely. These oral diseases can lead to diseases in your cardiovascular, respiratory, reproductive and digestive systems. If your dentist recommends steps to maintain good hygiene then you can effectively keep these problems away.
Treating Cavities and Gum Disease Timely
A regular visit to your dentist will help you identify many common issues beforehand. One of these is cavities. Cavities are formed when plaque builds up in the mouth where the brush and floss don’t reach. If not removed, plaque can solidify and become tartar. Both of them are difficult to remove and require professional help.
Tartar starts eroding the teeth, however, only cavities are painful. Therefore, you cannot identify tartar and plaque yourself. A regular visit to your dentist can stop the erosion of your tooth. Moreover, you can also detect gum disease which can escalate to tooth loss if not treated on time.
If you are one of the 28 percent of people who do not like showing their smiles in photos just because they think their teeth look unattractive then don’t be shy to visit the dentist.
Being body positive is great but people wear their smile as their most attractive feature. It is understandable how the condition of your teeth can incite negative feelings towards your smile. This can eventually wear down your self-confidence and self-esteem.
If you want to align your teeth through braces or Invisalign, give them a try. If you want to try whitening your teeth, now is the right time. Aligning or whitening your teeth does not mean that you are not positive in your body rather it can help generate that body positivity that you are depriving yourself of not smiling to your heart’s content.
Getting an X-ray
A dental X-ray can help diagnose Oral Cancer or an impacted wisdom tooth. Oral cancer is amongst the three common cancers in Asia and the Pacific. It can spread rapidly if not diagnosed timely. Your visit to the dentist can be life-saving. The exam is painless and non-invasive and hardly requires a few minutes to save you from misery.
Monitoring Progress and Overall Oral Health
If you are recovering from a recent oral treatment and have had work done lately, it is always good to have another checkup with your dentist. Sometimes healing and recovery can take time and it is better to ensure that it is going well alongside being monitored by the dentist.
There is also a likelihood of diseases like periodontitis happening again hence, it is better to keep a check on them not reoccurring in the recovery phase. Moreover, if you have had filling or dentures, it is essential for the dentist to see that there is not a need for the work to be redone.
Get your Child Checked Regularly
It is very important to have your children visit the dentist even if they have milk teeth. Not only can you detect the cavity on time, which will save your child pain, the dentist can also detect any abnormality in the mouth early on leading to healthier gums and jaw. So even if they lose their primary teeth, they will still have stronger gums.
Smoking and Other Bad Habits can Lead to Oral Health Problems
Some habits like grinding your teeth, biting nails, clenching your jaw might even go unnoticed by you when you’re doing them but they do have detrimental effects on your teeth. While there are also some bad habits that you are fully aware of like drinking that extra cup of coffee or red wine and smoking, it is understandable that it is hard to leave them.
However, getting rid of them should be your first priority and a visit to the dentist can help. Not only will a dentist help fix your current oral condition but they will also guide you regarding quitting them. Tobacco, for instance, can have huge consequences from bad breath to even oral cancer. Hence, it is better to have a quick check-up with the dentist.
How Often Should You Visit a Dentist?
With all the reasons given above, you may have understood the importance of visiting your nearby dentist either it is a male or an Arabic female dentist.
All dentists will cater to your needs equally and will help you achieve your expectations regarding your procedure. You should visit your dentist at least twice a year in six months intervals. However, if you are having any restorations or ongoing dental procedures then visit your dentist according to your treatment plan. They may schedule appointments more regularly rather than only once in 6 months.
Arabic Female Dentist at REPC Dubai
You can schedule an appointment with our Arabic Female dentist and you can find Arabic speaking dentists at REPC. If you are not fully comfortable with a male then do not worry, you can still get a dental checkup with our Arabic female Dentists.
Our team of dentists and hygienists are experts in their respective fields. With years of experience and skills, they can carry out your treatment effectively and safely. With our state of the art equipment and technology, we guarantee your visit with us will leave you satisfied.
If you liked this post, don’t forget to check our other posts on dental services such as dental fillings and scaling and polishing in Jumeirah.
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