NOA Dental Clinic



Our team of dentists 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 clinical excellence and a tailor-made dental experience, whether you are here for a 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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Dr. Anupama Jaswal

General Dentist

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Dr. Abhishek Parashar


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Dr. Mona Yadav 


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Dr. Roy Thomas

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

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Dr. Shikha Shah


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Dr. Suhail Syed


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Dr. Linish Sagar


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.

Accreditations of our dentists in Dubai

FAQs about dentists

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.

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.

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.

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 are mostly about getting kids used to the dentist’s chair and educating parents about how to care for their baby’s teeth.

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.

  • 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