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Dental implants in Dubai

If you are missing one or more teeth due to injury or decay, then you could potentially be a candidate for our dental implants in Dubai.
Dental implants are a proven restorative treatment option with success rates as high as 98 percent.
Dental implants not only look and feel natural but also restore stability and functionality, allowing you to eat, speak, and smile with confidence. In our clinic, personalized care is a priority, ensuring that each patient’s unique needs are met, making dental implants a reliable solution for restoring both oral health and aesthetics.
These small, biocompatible titanium posts seamlessly replace the missing tooth’s root portion, providing a natural feel and optimal functionality.
Dental implants also play a crucial role in preserving your facial structure, arresting bone loss, and stimulating bone growth. Essentially, the dental implants restore the vertical dimension of your face, minimizing the age-related ‘hollowing out’ effect in the lower third of your face.
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Titanium’s unique property to be able to structurally and functionally fuse with the human bone (termed osseointegration) is the biological basis for the success of a dental implant.
After your tooth implant becomes one with the surrounding bone, we carefully unite it with a porcelain crown or bridge. This meticulous procedure ensures a flawless fusion of aesthetics and functionality, resulting in a natural-looking and durable restoration.

Immediate loading of dental implants

Immediate loading refers to the process of placing a crown (either temporary or permanent) on a dental implant immediately after it is placed in the bone. Immediate loading can only occur when the implant has gained sufficient primary stability, indicating that it is firmly anchored in the bone. Primary implant stability refers to the initial stability achieved upon implant placement in the bone.
It is important to note the distinction between immediate implant placement and immediate implant loading. Immediate implant placement refers to the placement of an implant right after a tooth extraction, whereas immediate loading involves placing a temporary crown or bridge immediately after the implant is inserted.
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Aftercare for dental implants in Dubai

Following dental implant restoration, regular check-ups with your Implantologist in Dubai are needed every 6 to 12 months.
During these dental appointments, the implants are inspected and X-rays are taken to ensure that the supporting bone and gums remain healthy.

This proactive approach helps address any potential issues promptly, ensuring the continued well-being of your dental implants.

Proper oral hygiene with cleaning aids (brushes and floss) will need to be performed at home on a daily basis.
Also, it is important to note that metal scrapers should not be used as the contact can result in scratching of the implant surface.

To enhance your oral care routine, consider incorporating an antimicrobial mouthwash to help reduce bacteria around the implant area and promote overall health.

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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.

Accreditation for dental implants in Dubai

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Specialist Implantologist in Dubai

Dr. Suhail Syed

  • Dr. Suhail Syed is our Specialist Implantologist in Dubai with over 12 years of clinical experience. Dr. Suhail has received extensive training in dental implant surgery and has completed a double fellowship in Oral Implantology as well as Surgical Mastership under the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Because of his expansive clinical experience with dental implants, many dentists refer their implant patients to Dr. Suhail for their treatment.

  • Dr. Suhail specializes in the replacement of individual missing teeth and restorations of the whole mouth using All-on-4® Implants, All-on-6® Implants and implant supported dentures.
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Dr Suhail and his team were incredibly professional. They really care about their patients and you can tell. Had a very comfortable experience and will definitely recommend!!

Christopher Hand

My mother-in-law had a dental implant done from Noa dental clinic. She was initially apprehensive of surgery. The team at the clinic were very warm and put all her fears to rest. The dental implant has improved the quality of her life significantly. Thank you to the Noa team for looking after her.

Reagan Perumal

I love my implant dentures. Although removable, the fit is secure and I never have to worry about any type of movement while eating or speaking. I have not been able to eat raw veggies or bite into an apple for years without some sort of discomfort…I can now! In fact, I have not found anything that I cannot eat comfortably and enjoy. I highly recommend Dr. Suhail and his laboratory team. I should have done this years ago.

Ingrid Berglund

I am so glad I found this clinic. I had to have teeth implants done and dreaded the whole process. From the initial visit to the implant surgery and then the final teeth, everything was just great. Highly recommend Dr. Suhail for anyone considering dental implants.

Aditya Shah

I have been coming here for years. They have EXCELLENT dentists, and staff. They are supportive, understanding, and caring. I feel confident to show my smile because they have done an amazing job with my implants, teeth whitening and cleanings. Overall 5/5

Lara Watt

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FAQs about dental implants in Dubai

Missing Teeth: Dental implants improve the appearance of the smile, seamlessly filling in those gaps left by missing teeth, resulting in a natural-looking and aesthetically pleasing outcome.

Improved Chewing Function: For individuals experiencing difficulty chewing due to missing teeth, dental implants offer a stable and functional replacement that enhances their ability to eat and speak comfortably.

  • Dental implants look and behave like natural teeth.
  • There are no food restrictions with dental implants.
  • Dental implants can prevent bone loss and help preserve your facial structure.
  • Dental implants offer predictable treatment outcomes.

Patients seeking alternatives to dental implants have several options, including:

  • dental bridges, which replace missing teeth by attaching artificial teeth to adjacent ones with dental crowns.
  • dentures for the replacement of multiple missing teeth.
  • resin-bonded bridges, a less invasive choice that bonds artificial teeth to adjacent teeth using resin material.

Yes, choosing dental implants in Dubai is often considered a superior treatment option for addressing missing teeth compared to alternative treatment options.

  • Single Tooth Implants: Ideal for replacing individual missing teeth, single tooth implants involve the placement of a single implant and a crown to match the patient’s natural teeth.
  • Implant-Supported Bridge: This option replaces multiple missing teeth by using dental implants as support, creating a bridge that spans the gap between healthy teeth.
  • All-on-4 Implants: All-on-4 is a full arch restoration technique that uses four strategically placed implants to secure a complete set of teeth, making it a stable and cost-effective option.
  • All-on-6 Implants: Similar to All-on-4, this approach provides additional stability by using six implants to support a full arch of teeth, ensuring even more strength and durability.

The dental implant procedure typically involves the following:

  • Initial Assessment: Your implantologist evaluates your oral health, takes X-rays, and discusses your treatment plan.
  • Implant Placement: A titanium post is surgically inserted into the jawbone, acting as an artificial tooth root.
  • Osseointegration: In time, the implant fuses with the jawbone through osseointegration.
  • Abutment Placement: An abutment is attached to the implant, connecting it to the replacement tooth.
  • Impressions: Your dentist takes impressions to create a custom crown, bridge, or denture.
  • Restoration: The final prosthetic is attached to the abutment, providing a functional and aesthetic replacement.
  • Healing and Follow-Up: Your implantologist monitors your healing progress and provides aftercare instructions.

The procedure’s specifics may vary based on individual cases. Dental implants offer a durable solution for missing teeth, restoring both function and appearance.

The duration of a surgical procedure for placing a dental implant in Dubai can vary depending on factors like the complexity of the case, the number of implants, and the need for a bone graft. Typically, the procedure for placing a dental implant can last anywhere from around 30 minutes to an hour.


When the dental implant is placed, it can take a few months to fully integrate into the jaw bone. In general, this period ranges from 2 to 4 months. In cases of pre-existing systemic conditions or where bone grafting is required, the healing period can range between 6 to 9 months.

The key to a successful implant is the quality and quantity of bone available to support the implant. In situations where the bone is inadequate, the implantologist will place bone grafts to address the deficient bone.

Immmediate implant placement and delayed implant placement are two different approaches in the timeline of dental implant procedures.

Immediate Implant Placement: Dental implants are placed soon after a tooth extraction. It helps preserve the bone at the extraction site, preventing significant bone loss or resorption. However, not all patients are suitable for immediate implant placement, as it depends on factors like the quality of the remaining bone and soft tissue health.

Delayed Implant Placement: Dental implants are placed after a significant healing period following tooth extraction, typically several months later. This approach allows for complete healing of the extraction site and any infection or inflammation to subside before implant placement. In some cases, delayed placement may require bone grafting or other preparatory procedures to ensure there is adequate bone for implant stability. Delayed placement is a more widely applicable technique, suitable for most patients.

The choice between immediate and delayed implant placement depends on various factors, including the patient’s oral health, the location of the missing tooth, and the condition of the extraction site. Your implantologist will assess your specific situation to determine the most appropriate approach.


  • Bridge: It relies on neighboring teeth for support, resembling a natural row of teeth.
  • Implant: Stands alone, anchored into the jawbone, offering a seamless and independent appearance.


  • Bridge: Requires extra care to clean underneath and around the bridge, involving special flossing techniques.
  • Implant: Easy maintenance – clean it just like your natural teeth, no extra steps needed.

Overall Effectiveness:

  • Bridge: A solid option, especially for multiple adjacent missing teeth, but it involves neighboring teeth in the process.
  • Implant: High on reliability, stability, and longevity. It stands on its own, mimicking the feel and function of a natural tooth.

To sum it up, bridges rely on teamwork, involving neighboring teeth, while implants offer an independent and low-maintenance solution. Choose the option that aligns best with your lifestyle and preferences.

  • Dental implants in Dubai offer a fixed, permanent solution and have become a more popular alternative to traditional dentures.
  • Implant supported dentures provide more stability and retention when compared to traditional dentures.
  • Implants also require fewer maintenance visits as traditional dentures will need to be re-fitted from time to time.
  • Dental implants also look and feel more natural. By providing the same kind of stimulation as your natural tooth, dental implants also prevent further bone loss in your jaw unlike dentures.

Initially, dental implants may seem more expensive than other treatment options such as dentures or bridges. However, they last longer and should ideally, never need replacement. They offer the most cost-effective option when viewed as a long-term investment in your well-being and comfort.


Some of the complications with dental implants include:

  • Loose implant: A loose implant is a complication of dental implants. There are a number of possible causes for this. In some cases, the jaw bone is not strong enough to hold the implant. Other factors can contribute to a loose implant such as smoking, gum disease, and poor oral hygiene.
  • Sinus damage: Dental implants in the upper jaw can potentially penetrate into the sinus, leading to discomfort or possible infection.
  • Gum recession: In some cases, the gum tissue around the implant begins to recede, leading to inflammation and pain.
  • Damage to blood vessels, teeth, or other tissue: During the implant surgery, there is a risk of damage to surrounding blood vessels, teeth, or other tissue.
  • Not suitable for everyone: Dental implants are not suitable for everyone. Patients must have enough bone mass in their jaw to support the implant, and they must be in good overall health.

It is important to discuss the potential risks and complications of dental implants with your dentist to determine if they are the right option for you.

Several factors can contribute to potential risks associated with dental implants:

  • Health Conditions: Certain systemic conditions like uncontrolled diabetes or immune disorders can affect the healing process.
  • Smoking: Tobacco use can increase the risk of implant failure and complications during the healing period.
  • Bone Health: Insufficient bone density or poor bone quality can impact the success of implant integration.
  • Gum Disease: Existing or untreated gum disease can compromise the stability of implants over time.
  • Infection: Infection at the implant site can hinder proper healing and integration.
  • Implant Overload: Excessive forces from biting or grinding can strain implants and surrounding structures.
  • Proper Maintenance: Neglecting oral hygiene and regular dental visits can increase the risk of implant-related problems.
  • Medical History: Comprehensive evaluation of your medical history helps assess potential risks.

Consulting with a skilled implant specialist and maintaining excellent oral hygiene are key to minimizing risks and achieving successful implant outcomes.

Yes, dental implants are considered safe and have a high success rate. However, the safety and success of dental implants depend on factors such as the patient’s overall health, proper treatment planning, and the skills of the dental professional performing the procedure. It’s important to consult with an implantologist to determine if dental implants are a suitable option for your specific case.

Here are some general instructions on how to care for dental implants after the surgical procedure:

  • Avoid strenuous activity for a few days after surgery.
  • Discomfort can often be managed with an over-the-counter pain reliever, such as ibuprofen, that also helps to diminish swelling.
  • To control swelling, ice can be applied to the area intermittently during the first 24 hours.
  • Patients may need antibiotics after the implant procedure. It is very important to complete the entire course of antibiotics to minimize the risk of infection and implant failure.
  • Clean your mouth thoroughly after each meal beginning the day after surgery.
  • Use a soft-bristle toothbrush and toothpaste after meals and at bedtime.
  • Drink plenty of fluids and avoid hot liquids and foods on the day of surgery.
  • A soft, mild, and nutritionally balanced diet should be consumed for 2 to 3 days after your surgery.
  • Avoid rinsing the mouth for 24 hours after surgery to avoid disturbing the clot.
  • If an implant protrudes through the gums, the metal must be kept clean. Use a cotton-tipped applicator or soft toothbrush and gently clean the implant and adjacent tooth surfaces.
  • Attend follow-up appointments with your dental professional to ensure proper healing and maintenance of the implant.

We recommend contacting your insurance provider directly to confirm coverage for the dental implant procedure under your dental plan.

The lifespan of dental implants can vary based on factors like oral hygiene, overall health, and maintenance. With proper care and regular dental check-ups, dental implants can last for decades or even a lifetime.

  • Practicing good oral hygiene, avoiding tobacco, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and following your dentist’s recommendations contribute to the longevity of your dental implants.
  • Use a nightguard if you grind or clench your teeth, as this can help prevent damage to your implants and natural teeth.
  • Address any discomfort or concerns with your dentist promptly to prevent potential issues from escalating.

While individual experiences may vary, dental implants offer a durable and reliable solution for tooth replacement when properly cared for.

In general, for a healthy individual with good oral hygiene, dental implants have reported success rates above 90-95 percent. Therefore, dental implants are seen as a predictable and long-term treatment solution.

Yes, we do offer dental implants at our JLT location.