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  • 505, Block A, Centurion Star Towers
    Port Saeed, Deira, Dubai
  • Sat - Thu: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Friday: 1:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Welcome To Crossroads Dental Clinic- Deira

Crossroads Dental Clinic is an advanced dental clinic in the heart of Dubai.. It is one of the best dental clinics in Dubai based near Deira City Centre which offers a variety of quality services- performed by one of the best Indian, Arab, Colombian dentists of Dubai. We are committed to providing the highest quality of dental care using the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment in a comfortable facility. Performing the highest standards of dental procedures, our team of dental experts strives to make our patient visits stress-free and enjoyable within a safe and healthy environment enriched with a painless dentist experience. We make sure that all patients are treated like family. We go above and beyond to develop and sustain long-term relationships with our patients. We offer dental solutions in-line with our patient’s personal objectives by providing a broad range of dental services and choices. At Crossroads Dental Clinic, we believe everyone deserves a healthy, beautiful smile and it brings us great accomplishment to help our patients achieve the smiles that provide them the self-confidence they deserve. We are conveniently located opposite Deira City Center with hassle-free parking around the building or alternatively very close to the Deira City Centre Metro Station in Dubai. Come, experience the soothing ambiance, professional compassion and advanced expertise of a modern-day dental facility.

Our Mission

Crossroads is committed to excellence in providing advanced, patient-oriented and cost effective dental care to the community across Deira, Dubai and wider Emirates by best experienced dentists-ensuring our patients to achieve the highest level of dental health appropriate for their needs in an atmosphere of trust and compassion.

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  • Porcelain / Dental veneers are thin shells of tooth colored materials that are bonded to the anterior (front) surfaces of teeth for an immediate smile transformation.
  • Individually customised for each patient, these cosmetic enhancements resemble the appearance of natural dental enamel.
  • They are made of porcelain or resin composite materials. Porcelain veneers resist stains better than resin veneers and mimic light reflecting properties of natural teeth.
  • Resin veneers are thinner and less expensive as compared to porcelain veneers, You need to discuss what's best for you with your dentist.
Advantage of Dental veneers
Gives a natural teeth appearance Porcelain maintains gum health Porcelain veneer are stain resistant more aesthetic and conservative approach to changing tooth color and shape as they require minimal removal of the tooth surface, Ultraneers are the new generation veneers where there is no cutting of tooth at all and hence preserving the natural structure.

Dental veneers can be used for a number of cosmetic corrections such as: Whitening for discoloured teeth which can be caused of root canal treatment, fluorosis, tetracycline staining, large discoloured resin fillings Worn down teeth Chipped/broken teeth, misaligned, uneven or irregularly shaped teeth Closure of spaces between teeth
Disadvantages of Dental veneers
Color of veneers may not match the color of your other teeth in case you plan on doing whitening, so do before getting veneers done. veneers can dislodge and fall off in case of nail biting chewing on pencils ice or hand object or when subjected to excessive pressure. Possibility of decay in case oral hygiene is not maintained necessitating full coverage of tooth with Crown Veneers are not a good option for individuals with active decay process, gum disease, weakened teeth or insufficient tooth enamel structure.

Veneers generally last for a period of 5 to 10 years after which they requires replacement. Alternatives to veneers include bonding and crowns. The cost of veneers is generally not covered by insurances but you can cheek with your specific dental insurance company.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening also known as Dental Bleaching, lightens teeth colour and removes stains and discoloration. Whitening is among the most popular cosmetic dental procedure as it drastically improves your smile and teeth appearance. Teeth Whitening is not a one time procedure and needs to repeated time to time to maintain the bright colour. Teeth Whitening is most effective on surface stains.

In- office whitening

Teeth Whitening can be done in dental office or at home. In office (chair side) whitening allows your dentist to use a more powerful whitening gel. A specialised light or laser activates the gel and allow bleaching to happen faster. In office whitening usually takes about 30-90- minutes.

Common Reasons for teeth to get yellow/ stained

  • Using tobacco
  • Dark coloured beverages such as coffee , tea, cola,red wine
  • Bad oral hygiene
  • Fluorosis
  • Tetracycline staining
  • Trauma

Home whitening

For home whitening your dentist will take impressions of your upper and lower teeth and will make customized trays for you. The whitening gel is put in trays and is worn for several hours everyday for a week or more depending on desired result.

Follow -up

Whitening is not a permanent solution and the stains can come back if you continue to smoke or consume a lot of staining food and drinks. If you avoid these source of staining the result can last up to 1- 2 years.


Sensitivity of teeth for a short time and mild gum irritation

Surgical extraction

This is a procedure in which surgical access is required to completely remove a tooth. Even if tooth is visible in the mouth without surgically expositing it, surgical techniques may be necessary to remove the tooth. This includes gum incision, sectioning the tooth into two or more pieces, cutting bone and takes stiches.

Surgical tooth exposure

Orthodontic traction is the treatment of choice for malposition and retained teeth. This is most commonly practiced in canines where the surgical exposure of the teeth is needed to achieve their correct position with brackets.

Removal of wisdom teeth

The third molars (wisdom teeth) may some often not have enough space to erupt and end up being retained in the jaw. It may be required to remove them when causing symptoms such as pain and swelling of the gum and/or when they are associated with cysts.

Labial Frenectomy

It is a surgical procedure that helps to close the gap between the front central teeth (median diastema) which cause is the lower insertion of the labial frenum. The removal and new insertion of the frenum is done easily with this surgery.

Cyst Enucleation

A cyst is defined as a pathological cavity having fluid contents. Cysts in the jaws are more common than in any other bone and its treatment is the total removal (enucleation) of the cystic lesion.

Are removable, virtually invisible orthodontic devices that corrects and aligns malpositioned teeth. They are an alternative to dental braces and are equally effective. They are sold under several brand names like Eon, Invisalign, Inman Aligners etc.

Advantages of Clear Aligners

  • More Hygienic
  • More Comfortable than traditional wire and braces system
  • Easily Removable
  • Clear and Transparent
  • Gentle on oral tissues
  • Highly Effective in treating malpositioned teeth

Clear Aligners can be use to treat

  • Spacing / Gaps between teeth (Diastemas)
  • Crowding of teeth
  • Crossbites (Reverse bites)
  • Open bite Cases
  • Proclined / Forwardly placed teeth

We, here at Crossroads Dental Clinic have dentists who are honoured as “Gold Status Provider” of Clear Aligner Treatment. So you can transform your smile without the hassle of braces with our expert doctors team.

RCT is to repair and save a badly damaged or infected tooth. The procedure involves removing the dental pulp of the damaged tooth, cleaning and disinfecting the tooth followed by filling and sealing. Evary tooth has a prominent components which includes enamel, dentin and pulp. Pulp is that part of the tooth which provides nutrients and nerves. A cavity in the tooth if left untreated causes bacterial infection, pockets, bone loss and/or abscesses which give rise to pain and swelling spreading to the face and head.


  • Cracked Teeth
  • Deep Cavities left untreated
  • Trauma
  • Unidentified Cavities
  • Periodontal Pain

Steps of Root Canal Treatment:

  • X-rays
  • Anesthesia
  • Pulpectomy (Removal of Pulp Tissue)
  • Cleaning of canals of the teeth
  • Filling and rebuilding of tooth Structure


In some cases, where the tooth structure is extensively damaged, a post and crown is recommended to protect the tooth from fracture.

Dental Bridge

A Dental bridge is recommended where there is one or more missing teeth .Dental bridges is are generally used to replace gaps left by missing teeth so that the surrounding teeth don't rotate or shift into empty spaces ;thus preventing a bad bite. The imbalance caused by missing teeth can lead to gum disease and temporomandibular joint disorders. A bridge is made of two or more crowns for teeth on either side of the gap. It is to these crowns the false/missing tooth or teeth are attached Dental bridges are made from gold, alloys, porcelain or a combination of these materials .Your dentist can help you decide which to use based on location of missing teeth, its function, aesthetic consideration and cost. Dental bridges are cemented to natural teeth or implants surrounding the gaps.

Benefits of Dental Bridges
  • Restores smile
  • Improves ability to chew and speak property
  • Maintains shape of your face
  • Distributes the forces in your bite evenly by replacing missing teeth.
  • Prevents drifting of remaining teeth out of position .

While Dental Bridges can last a lifetime, they do sometimes come loose or fall out. The most important step you can take to ensure the longetivity of your bridge is to practice good oral hygiene. A bridge can lose it's support if the teeth or bone holding it in place are damaged by dental disease. Keep your gums and teeth healthy by brushing with fluoride toothpaste twice a day and flossing daily. Also see your dentist regularly for check ups for professional cleaning.

Dental Implants

A dental implant is a replacement for tooth roots and provides a stable foundation for future crown or bridge to replace the missing teeth. The implant is placed into the jaw bone and allowed to fuse or integrate with the bone over a period of time. It acts as a replacement for the root of a missing tooth. They can be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth or the whole set of teeth. In other words, the dental implant can be used to support a dental prosthesis such as single crowns, bridge, dentures, facial prosthesis and act as an orthodontic anchor to restore functions and aesthetics. Dental implants are usually made of titanium a BIO-COMPITABLE material which allows them to fuse with the human bone and avoids the precipitation of a foreign-body reaction. Implants fuse with the bone by biological process turned as OSSEOINTEGRATION. The prognosis and outcomes of dental implants placement has improved drastically with a success rate of nearly close to 98%.

Success or Failure of Implants Depends on:

  • Health of the person.
  • Drugs which impact osseointegration.
  • Health of tissues in mouth.
  • Amount of stress put on implant and fixture during normal function.
  • Planning the position and number of implants is key to the long term stability and health of the prosthesis.
  • The prerequisites to long term success of osseointegrated dental implants are healthy bone and gingiva.

Advantages of Dental Implants includes

  • Improved overall appearance
  • No damage to neighbouring tooth as in dental bridge
  • Improve speech oral health
  • Comfort and self – esteem
  • Durability
  • Increased chewing efficiency

Who can get Dental Implants?

Any overall healthy individual can go for dental implants provided they have healthy gums, enough bone to support the implant, can go for regular dental visits and good oral hygiene. Heavy smokers and medically compromised patients such as patients suffering from diabetes, heart diseases, patients having radiation therapy of the head and neck need to be evaluated on an individual basis.

Are Dental Implants painful?

Very minimal discomfort is involved during the procedure and are less painful than a tooth extraction .There is no need for block anaesthesia or general anaesthesia, just few drops in gums (Infiltration).