NOA Dental Clinic



Dentist in Dubai

NOA Dental Clinic enjoys the service of some of the best dentists in Dubai. Our handpicked, multidisciplinary team of dental experts has over 150 years of combined clinical experience. Our team’s preventive and minimal intervention approach focuses on monitoring, protecting and repairing your natural tooth tissue.

We will ensure that you enjoy curated clinical excellence and a personalized dental experience, whether you are here for a routine check-up or a smile transformation. We will listen to your needs and discuss your treatment options in order for you to make informed decisions and when you are ready, we are here for you.


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Thanks to our valued patients’ reviews and recommendations, we are arguably regarded amongst the leading dental clinics in Dubai, offering dental services with a personal touch.

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Preventive dental visits play a key role in your oral health. It helps to identify a problem before it becomes serious. Tooth decay and gum disease are some of the problems that can be detected earlier, during a clinical checkup. Tooth decay does not hurt when it is on the outer enamel layer. It is only when the decay progresses into the dentine layer, does it become painful. Likewise, early stages of gum disease can progress painlessly producing obvious symptoms only in advanced stages of the disease.

A dental check-up usually involves a thorough look at your teeth, gums, and mouth, a professional cleaning, and sometimes X-rays.

The traditional rule of thumb is to visit your dentist every 6 months. Studies have shown that people without any dental problems can visit once a year while patients with dental issues and who are with higher risk factors should see their dentist every 3 to 4 months. 

X-rays allow your dentist to pinpoint the location of cavities that may not possible to identify with a visual examination alone. X-rays can indicate the exact location of your impacted teeth. If you are having any kind of dental procedure like a root canal, dental implant or braces, diagnostic x-rays may be required to image the teeth and the surrounding areas in order to plan your treatment. In some cases, your dentist may recommend X-rays to establish a baseline for your oral health.

  • We do offer direct billing with most dental insurances at the Trade Centre branch.
  • At our JLT branch, insurances are accepted on a reimbursement basis (claim forms).

The Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) advises to replace your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months. After around 3 to 4 months of usage, the toothbrush bristles begin to look frayed and are no longer as effective for cleaning. The worn-out bristles are even prone to fungal and bacterial growth. Clinical research indicates that a new toothbrush can remove more plaque than a worn-out toothbrush.

Flossing is your go-to defense against bacteria buildup between teeth, warding off cavities and gum disease. This simple practice tackles plaque, the almost invisible bacteria film causing oral issues. It is a cost-effective way to reduce oral disease risks by reaching spaces beyond your toothbrush’s reach.

If flossing is challenging, dentists may suggest alternatives like water flossers or interdental cleaners to effectively remove plaque between teeth.  

Dehydration can affect the health of your teeth. The less hydrated you are, the less saliva your body produces. Saliva is your body’s defense mechanism against the bacteria in your mouth. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), saliva protects your teeth from cavities by neutralizing the enamel-destroying acids and washing away the food debris. The ADA also explains that saliva bathes your teeth with fluoride, calcium and phosphate, which are minerals that help to strengthen your teeth. If you are less hydrated, the volume of saliva decreases and this can increase your risk of dry mouth, bad breath and dental disease.

Studies show children can develop their first dental cavities by 2 years old. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends booking the first visit once their first tooth appears or latest by their first birthday. First visits with your pediatric dentist in Dubai are mostly about getting kids used to the dentist’s chair and educating parents about how to care for their baby’s teeth.

Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can stem from various factors such as poor oral hygiene, gum disease, dry mouth, and certain medical conditions. To address bad breath, improving your oral hygiene habits is key. This includes daily flossing and using a tongue scraper. Using over-the-counter mouthwashes and toothpastes with antibacterial properties can also be beneficial. In some cases, dental treatments like professional cleanings, filling cavities, or addressing gum disease may be necessary to get to the root of bad breath issues. Additionally, making simple lifestyle changes like avoiding certain foods and staying hydrated can play a significant role in managing bad breath effectively.

Teeth grinding more often occurs during sleep. Custom-made night guards can help protect your teeth from damage and may reduce the strain on your jaw and facial muscles. They work by cushioning your teeth and preventing your teeth from scraping against each other while you sleep. The night guard will not however address the root cause of your patterns of night-time grinding.

Dentists offer various ways to improve your smile, such as professional whitening for a brighter, stain-free smile, veneers to hide imperfections like discoloration, and implants to replace missing teeth. They can straighten crooked teeth with braces or Invisalign, fix chips and cracks using tooth-colored resin in bonding, and reshape teeth or gums for a more balanced look. Through personalized smile makeovers, combining these treatments, our dentists in Dubai can completely transform your teeth, giving you a more uniform, aesthetic smile.

Teeth whitening can be effective, but results depend on the type of stains. It works well on surface stains from coffee, tea, or wine. For deeper stains from medications, effectiveness might be limited.

It’s all about finding the right solution for your unique dental needs. A little consultation with a cosmetic dentist can go a long way in getting you that bright, confident smile.

We offer both composite and porcelain veneers. Composite veneers, made from resin, are expertly shaped to improve the look of your teeth. In contrast, porcelain veneers are thin, translucent ceramic shells bonded to the front of your teeth, providing a natural and beautiful appearance.

Diabetes can lower saliva flow, boost glucose levels in your saliva, and pave the way for gum disease, cavities, dry mouth, and other concerns. Individuals with diabetes are at higher risk for gum disease. Treating gum issues isn’t just about your teeth – it can also play a role in managing blood sugar levels. Research suggests that thorough dental cleanings may play a role in lowering HbA1c levels, providing insight into your average blood sugar over an extended period.

First Trimester (1-12 weeks): Dental procedures should be limited to periodontal prophylaxis and emergency treatments during this period.

Second Trimester (13-24 weeks): The second trimester is usually the go-to for routine dental treatments during pregnancy, considered the safest time.

Third Trimester (29th week until childbirth): While early third-trimester routine dental treatment is generally safe, it’s wise to steer clear from the middle onward. Opt for short appointments with proper positioning to ward off supine hypotension and ensure comfort for both the mom-to-be and the little one.

Before proceeding with any dental procedures during pregnancy, it’s essential to consult with both your dentist and obstetrician.

Our dentist will start by identifying the cause of the sensitivity, which could be due to factors like enamel wear, receding gums, or exposed roots. For mild cases, using desensitizing toothpaste can often help. If the sensitivity persists, the dentist may recommend specialized in-office treatments. These treatments are designed to protect exposed dentin by sealing off dentinal tubules and blocking pain signals triggered by hot or cold foods and drinks.

Furthermore, incorporating simple lifestyle adjustments like using a soft toothbrush, practicing gentle brushing techniques, avoiding acidic foods and drinks, and maintaining a neutral mouth pH with water and sugar-free gum can also help alleviate tooth sensitivity.

We offer the following types of dental crowns:

  • Porcelain fused to metal crowns (PFM)
  • All-ceramic E-max crowns
  • Zirconia crowns

If your toothache is linked to a root canal issue, it may intensify at night due to increased blood pressure in your jaw when lying flat. It’s wise to reach out to your dentist or leave a message for an early morning callback.

To ease discomfort, try elevating your head and upper back with three pillows. Taking an over-the-counter pain reliever like ibuprofen (unless you’re on blood thinners) can help. You can also apply a cold compress or use a bag of frozen peas for about 10 minutes at a time to reduce inflammation and pain.

  • Do not hold the tooth by the root, as it has important fibers necessary for proper healing. Instead, handle the tooth by the crown (the chewing surface).
  • Gently rinse off any dirt with water—avoid using chemicals and do not scrub the tooth.
  • If you can, try to put the tooth back in its socket while heading to your emergency dentist. If you can’t, place the tooth in a small container of milk to keep the root moist.
  • Time is crucial for the tooth’s survival. Ideally, see your emergency dentist in Dubai within 30 minutes of the injury. However, even if it’s been up to 60 minutes, the tooth can still be saved if stored properly.

Wisdom tooth removal isn’t always necessary. If there’s enough space for them to come in without causing issues, they usually don’t need to be removed. As long as your wisdom teeth are healthy, fully erupted, and easy to clean, they do not need to be removed.

  • Toothache
  • Sensitivity to hot or cold
  • Bleeding and puffy gums
  • Persistent bad breath
  • Swelling in your mouth, face or neck
  • Tooth decay or cavities
  • Cracked or chipped tooth
  • Loose or shifting teeth
  • Misaligned and crooked teeth
  • Missing teeth
  • Jaw pain when opening and closing or when you first wake up
  • Brush your teeth twice daily using gentle circular motions, and brush your tongue for a revitalizing breath.
  • Embrace flossing: Do not neglect flossing; it clears plaque and debris from between teeth, where brushing can’t reach.
  • Incorporate an antimicrobial mouthwash into your oral hygiene routine.
  • Minimize sugary and acidic foods, opt for a balanced diet rich in fruits, veggies, and tooth-friendly calcium sources.
  • Stay hydrated: Water helps washes away food particles and neutralizes the acids in your mouth.
  • Listen to your teeth: Tooth pain or sensitivity should be addressed. Reach out to us – we’re here to help!
  • Consistency is the key! Maintain a daily oral care routine and stick to it – your smile will thank you!

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Here are some common myths about dental health:

  • Myth: Sugar is the only cause of cavities. While sugar is a major contributor to tooth decay, it’s not the only cause. Other elements like inadequate oral hygiene, consumption of acidic foods and beverages, and genetic factors can also play a role in cavity formation.
  • Myth: Bleeding gums are normal. Bleeding gums are a sign of gum disease and should not be ignored. If you experience bleeding gums, it’s important to see your dentist to determine the cause and receive appropriate treatment.
  • Myth: Brushing harder cleans better. Brushing too hard can actually damage your teeth and gums, causing sensitivity and other problems. It’s important to brush gently and use a soft-bristled toothbrush.
  • Myth: Flossing is not necessary. Flossing is an important part of maintaining good oral health. It helps to remove plaque and food particles from between teeth and along the gumline, which can prevent cavities and gum disease.
  • Myth: Chewing gum works like brushing. Chewing sugar-free gum can stimulate saliva production, neutralizing acids and helping prevent tooth decay. However, it can’t replace the thoroughness of brushing and flossing.
  • Myth: Tooth loss is genetic. While genetics can play a role in the health of your teeth and gums, tooth loss is not solely determined by genetics. Good oral hygiene practices and regular dental checkups can help prevent tooth loss.
  • Myth: Flossing creates spaces between teeth. Flossing does not create spaces between teeth. In fact, it helps to remove plaque and food particles from between teeth, which can prevent cavities and gum disease.
  • Myth: Baby teeth are not important. Baby teeth are important for proper speech development, chewing, and holding space for permanent teeth. Maintaining baby teeth and regular dental visits are essential.
  • Myth: Dental health has no impact on overall well-being. Poor oral health can contribute to various health issues, including heart disease, diabetes, and respiratory infections. It’s important to maintain good oral hygiene practices and see your dentist regularly to prevent these health problems.

Our JLT branch is open on Sundays from 3pm to 8pm.

Yes, we do offer 3D Digital Intraoral scans at out JLT branch.

You may call us on +97152 1290431 (JLT) / +9714 3987075 (Trade Centre), whatsapp us on +97156 3211745 or email us on to schedule an appointment.