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American Dental Clinic

American Dental Clinic

Show Phone Number Villa #54 JMR, Next to Dubai Zoo, Jumeira Beach Road, Dubai
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Opening Hours

Monday  9:00 -   7:00pm
Tuesday  9:00 -   7:00pm
Wednesday  9:00 -   7:00pm
Thursday  9:00 -   1:00pm
Saturday  9:00 -   1:00pm

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Popular Treatments

Dentist Consultation
Dental Implants
Teeth Whitening
Dental Crowns
Dental Bridges
Teeth Cleaning
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About American Dental Clinic

The American Dental Clinic in Dubai and its sister practice in Abu Dhabi are your natural choices for top-quality dentistry in the UAE.
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Cosmetic Dentistry


Emergency Dental Services

Endodontic Services

Family Dentistry

Dental Implants

Oral Surgery

Orthodontic Services

Children's Dentistry

Periodontic Services

Dental Restorations

Clinic Services

Emergency serviceOpen 24 hours


Bone Graft
Bone grafting is growing new bone where there is a defect of deficiency in the jawbones, to restore functionality and esthetic appearance of the teeth. There are several applications for bone grafting in the mouth: Growing bones that have been lost due to Gum Disease, Building up jawbone to accept dental implants where there is a deficiency. This is sometimes needed, as once the natural tooth is lost; the bone in the area gradually shrinks, Grafting of the sinus in the upper jaw so that dental implants can be placed. With long-term tooth loss in the back of the upper jaw, bone grafting the sinus sometimes is needed, Defects in the jaws caused by dental infections and impacted teeth sometimes benefit by a grafting procedure. Oral Pathology.
Cosmetic Dentist Consultation
Dental Bonding
Composite bonding refers to any composite material that is bonded to an existing tooth. It is a white, tooth colored material that can be shaded to match your teeth. The bonding material is applied to your tooth and sculpted to an ideal shape to cover or replace the problem area. Then it is polished for an ideal smile. Teeth that have been bonded look just like your own teeth. Bonding is a one-step process that is both easy to perform and relatively low cost
Dental Bridges
Bridges are a great way to replace missing teeth. They safeguard the integrity of existing teeth and help maintain a healthy, vibrant smile. The teeth on either side of the gap are prepared for crowns (see crowns) and a highly accurate impression or mold is made of the prepared area. This mold is used to create a bridge in a dental laboratory. The bridge is then cemented onto the prepared surface of the teeth, effectively creating the appearance of a "new" tooth. Bridges are very strong and highly durable. Unlike dentures, a bridge is never removed. It is stable in the mouth and works very similar to natural teeth. By filling the gap and stopping the movement of other teeth, a fixed bridge is an excellent investment, providing better chewing ability, heading off jaw joint and/or biting problems.
Dental Checkup
Dental Crowns
Dental Implants
Missing teeth can often be replaced by implants that act like roots of teeth. After implants are fitted and healed in place, crowns or dentures are attached to them. Implants survive best in a healthy environment. Any tooth decay or gum problems need to be corrected before implants are placed to give them the best chance of success. Sometimes treatment is needed before you are ready for implants. Using very accurate surgical techniques, the implant, which looks like a screw or cylinder, is placed into your jaw. Over the next two to six months, the implant and the bone are allowed to bond together to form an anchor. During this time, a temporary tooth replacement option can be worn over the implant site. This step of the procedure is necessary to uncover the implant and attach an extension referred to as the post, which will later be attached to the crown, bridge or whatever type of replacement indicated by your dentist. Your gums will be allowed to heal for a couple of weeks following this procedure. Finally, replacement teeth, bridges or dentures will be created and attached to the implants.
Mini Implants
Dental Sealant
The dental hygienist will professionally apply the sealant material on the chewing surfaces of teeth to prevent cavities. Sealants prevent tooth decay from emerging; they also can halt existing decay in its earliest stage. A combination of sealants and fluoride may virtually eliminate decay in the permanent teeth of many children.
Dentist Consultation
There are two main types of dentures: Complete Dentures: replace all the teeth in either one or both jaws, Partial Dentures: fills in the spaces created by missing teeth either in upper or lower jaws, and prevents other teeth from changing position. The dentist makes an impression and a wax bite to determine vertical dimensions and proper jaw position. A “try-in” is placed to assure proper color, shape and fit. The patient’s final denture is placed, following any minor adjustments. A denture improves chewing ability and speech, and provides support for facial muscles. It greatly enhances the facial appearance and the smile. It is inexpensive compared to other extensive restorations like bridgework or implants.
Denturist Consultation
Emergency Dentist Consultation
Endodontist Consultation
Wisdom Tooth Extraction
Family Dentist Consultation
Amalgam Filling
Silver filling is used to replace part of the tooth that has been lost due to decay or accidental damage. The dentist will remove any decay, old filling or weak part of the tooth that needs the filling, then he will shape the hole in the tooth. The soft amalgam (silver filling) is then pressed into the hole and carved to fit the hole. Silver filling material has a 150-year proven track record, is very durable and the least expensive material to fill a cavity.
Gum Surgery
The goal of cosmetic gum surgery is to provide you with a beautiful smile as well as ensure that your teeth and gums are healthy and to prevent teeth loss. Following are the different types of procedures for cosmetic gum surgery: Crown Lengthening: excess gum tissue is removed to expose more of the crown of the tooth. Soft Tissue Grafts: designed to cover exposed roots, reduce further gum recession and protect vulnerable roots from decay. Implants: replace missing teeth that cause unappealing gaps in your smile. Ridge Augmentation: to fill in the lost gum from a missing tooth, in order to recapture the natural contour of the gums and jaws when replacing the missing tooth. Papilla Regeneration: is the reconstruction of the delicate tissue between the teeth, called the inter-dental papilla. When this small section of the gum is lost, it results in the presence of black holes or black triangles between the teeth. This procedure results in a healthier, more youthful, more beautiful smile as well as improves the health of your gums. Some gum surgeries may reduce your tooth sensitivity to cold or hot while protecting your roots from decay and lessening further gum shrinkage.
Implant Dentist Consultation
Inlay or Onlay
There are two types of indirect fillings- inlays and onlays. An inlay fits into the prepared space left after a cavity or old filling has been removed. An onlay sits on the tooth and builds up its shape. Inlays and onlays can be made in tooth-colored porcelain, gold or composite. Different materials are better for different parts of the mouth and teeth. Decay and/or old filling material is removed and cleaned from the tooth and an impression or mold is made of the prepared surface. This model of the tooth is then sent to a dental laboratory that will create an inlay or onlay. The inlay or onlay is then bonded into the tooth with a strong bonding resin, and polished smooth. Inlays and onlays can actually increase the strength of the tooth by up to 75% compared to fillings that can reduce the strength of the tooth by up to 50%. Since inlays and onlays are created in a lab, they are capable of being made much stronger than typical fillings, more durable and far out-last them. They are also more conservative than crowns due to the fact that less tooth structure is removed in preparation of inlays and onlays. They are especially suitable for the chewing surfaces of back teeth and large repairs for front teeth where it can be difficult to make a white filling look natural
Mouth Guard
Injuries to the teeth can occur when your child is playing sports activities like football, racquetball, rugby, basketball, boxing, hockey, volleyball, surfing, skateboarding, softball, bicycling or any other activity where there is a strong chance of physical contact with other people or hard surfaces. Have your child wear a properly fitted mouthguard during sports activities. Custom-made mouthguards provide the best comfort and protection to your child’s teeth, lips, tongue, face and jaw, as well as optimizing healthy breathing. It also makes it easier for them to talk. Remember that properly fitted mouthguards can also help reduce the risk of head, neck and brain injuries by absorbing and dispersing some of the shock caused by blows to the chin
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Consultation
Orthodontist Consultation
Straightening teeth and correcting irregular bites are accomplished through the use of corrective appliances like braces and retainers. There are two phases to orthodontic treatment: The Active Phase: This phase involves the use of braces to move the teeth into their new position by applying continuous pressure in a specific direction. This phase involves the use of a retainer to keep the teeth in place. A retainer is an appliance made of plastic and stainless steel wire that is used to hold the teeth in place at the end of the treatment after the braces are removed
Paediatric Dentist Consultation
Periodontist Consultation
Periodontitis Treatment
Restorative Dentist Consultation
Root canals
Depends on number of canals.
Sinus Lift
Teeth Cleaning
The objective of deep cleaning is to remove deposits of bacterial plaque, tartar (calculus), food debris and pus and diseased debris that have accumulated in the infected pocket of the tooth and then to smooth the root in order to eliminate any rough tartar deposits on the root which can provide breeding grounds for bacteria. A successful result is highly dependent on how well you maintain your mouth; it is critical that you follow a regular schedule of daily brushing and flossing. Deep cleaning is usually performed in one section of the mouth at a time using local anesthesia. After the treatment the dental hygienist may place antibiotic under the gum to help kill any remaining bacteria. Deep cleaning is often effective in allowing complete healing of early stages of periodontitis and may reduce the extent of surgical treatment needed when performed in more advanced stages of gum disease. Often, deep cleaning will reduce bleeding of the gums and cause the pockets around the teeth to become less deep.
Teeth Whitening
It is very important that this procedure be performed by a trained hygienist to ensure best and safest results. The hygienist will first examine the mouth and gums to ensure that they are healthy. The hygienist will isolate and protect your lips, gums and inside lining of your mouth. Next, a bleaching agent is applied to the teeth 3 times during one hour
Home Whitening Kits
The hygienist will take impressions of your teeth and create a comfortable custom-made mouth tray. The hygienist will give you the tray and tubes of bleach to take home. You will load your tray with bleach twice a day for ½ an hour (a total of 1 hour daily), for a period of one to two weeks or depending on the hygienist’s instructions
TMJ - Temporomandibular Joint Treatment
TM Disorders stand for Temporomandibular Joint disorders and problems. It represents any disorder that affects the temporomandibular joints. TMJ or Temporomandibular joints are the small joints that are located in front of the ears; they attach the lower jaw to the skull. They are very complex joints and the area where these joints are located is an extremely complicated network of bones, including the teeth, muscles and nerves. The nerves and muscles attached to TMJ control and guide your jaw during movement like opening and closing your mouth, chewing, speaking, swallowing etc…When the teeth, facial muscles and TMJ are out of alignment muscles can become tense, sore and spastic which can contribute to a significant amount of pain and tension, which leads to TMD. Since some types of TMD can lead to more serious conditions, early detection and treatment are important. It is very important to know that no one treatment can resolve TM disorders and problems completely, and to accept the fact that treatment takes time to be effective.
Veneers are more conservative alternatives to crowns since they require less removal of the tooth’s original surface. They bond directly to the front of the tooth, similar to the way artificial fingernails work. Each porcelain veneer is a work of art, carefully crafted to give you straighter, whiter and more even teeth. Your dentist prepares the teeth for the porcelain veneers by removing 0. 5mm to 1mm of tooth outer enamel. The dentist makes a mold of the teeth and then sends it to the dental laboratory. Once the veneers have returned from the lab the dentist applies the veneers to the teeth using a bonding material. Veneers provide a much more conservative restoration than the use of crowns since they require less removal of the tooth’s original surface. Also, they offer a stronger, more esthetic alternative to bonding. They are very strong and have a “life like” appearance with the strength, beauty and durability only porcelain restorations can afford. There is no “dark line” that is sometimes seen with older front crowns. We can even do virtually instant orthodontics to straighten crooked teeth.


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Dr Michael R. R.

Dr. Michael Ziegler was born in Kentucky, USA. He graduated from the University of Kentucky first as a Pharmacist, and then as a General Dentist. Dr. Ziegler joined the U.S. Air Force as a Captain and was located to Bitburg, Germany where he served 3 years. With over 20 years experience, Dr. Ziegler is an expert in cosmetic and restorative dentistry, and he is a believer in combining technology and education to provide the highest quality of dentistry. His philosophy has lead him to complete 22 post doctorate courses in the span of 2 years, including cosmetic dentistry and muscle and joint problems (TM Disorders), to master the art of the SMILE.

Dr Richard Morris

Dr. Richard Morris is our Certified Orthodontist specialist who for most of his career was in his own private practice clinic near Spokane, Washington, U.S.A. He is a graduate of the University of Nebraska Dental School, the United States Public Health Service Rotating Dental Internship in New York City, and the graduate orthodontic program at the University of Oregon Health Sciences University. In addition to his career in America, Dr. Morris is a veteran of seven years orthodontic practice in Jeddah and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He was Director of the Cleft Palate Clinic at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital, Jeddah.

Dr Hala Al Sakka

Dr. Hala Al Sakka received her Dental qualifications and training from the University of Western Ontario, Canada, and completed a fellowship residency at the University of Minnesota, USA.Dr. Al Sakka has over 10 years of experience in General Dentistry, where she practiced in Canada, USA, Saudi Arabia (Armed Forces Hospital), and Dubai. Dr. Al Sakka’s extensive experience combined with numerous International Continuing Education courses reflect her sound knowledge in Dental Science and related technology, as well as her ability to provide the best quality Dental service, that is supported by her beliefs in individual comprehensive treatment planning, to her valued patients.Dr. Al Sakka’s range of treatment covers various scopes of General Dentistry: Restorative Dentistry, Endodontics, Periodontics, and Cosmetic Dentistry; in addition to performing treatment under general anesthesia for patients with special needs.
Show Phone Number Villa #54 JMR, Next to Dubai Zoo, Jumeira Beach Road, Dubai