Dhahran Dental

Dental treatments available at the Dhahran dental clinic

We provide a comprehensive range of treatment options, ensuring you find the right dental care to meet your needs.

Whether you are looking for your nearest dentist, need emergency treatment, are looking to make some cosmetic improvements, or just feel you need a thorough check-up, our experts can offer advice and support.

Our services include the provision of braces and dentures, root canal work, extractions and teeth-whitening.

Our dental services

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Dental Hygiene

Scaling and polishing

Homecare plans

Gingival scaling

Oral assessments

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General Dentistry

Initial & Periodic exam

Restoration treatment

Teeth whitening

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Fixed braces


Functional appliances


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Pediatric Dentistry

Preventive dental care

Family advice

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Cosmetic dentistry



CEREC crowns

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Oral and maxillofacial surgery



Trauma treatment

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Dental implants

Regenerative procedures

Scaling and root planning

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Dental bridges

Dental crowns

Dental implants

Visiting your dental therapist is an important part of improving your oral and overall health. Our therapists work collaboratively as part of your dental team, to follow your dentist’s recommended treatment plan. During your visit, you can expect:

  • A medical review and assessment of the condition of your teeth, mouth and gums
  • Removal of plaque or tartar from your teeth
  • Guidance on brushing and flossing
  • Teeth polish and fluoride treatment
  • Your back teeth may be coated with a sealant to help prevent decay
  • Discussion of ongoing care or referral for further treatment

If you are suffering from pain in your teeth or gums, which is being caused by an infection, you may need endodontic treatment, such as a root canal, to save your tooth. A root canal can be necessary if there is inflammation or infection in the roots of a tooth. During root canal treatment, an endodontist carefully removes the pulp inside the tooth, cleans, disinfects and shapes the root canals, and places a filling to seal the space.

An endodontist may also fit a crown to a tooth or carry out other treatments, to avoid extractions and protect the tooth from future harm.

On your first visit to our General Dentistry Clinic, our dental radiology experts will take some X-rays of your teeth. Your dentist will then take your blood pressure and review your medical history, answering any concerns you have regarding your teeth. They will then carefully examine your teeth and gums. We will walk you through and agree on a treatment plan, which will include the number of visits needed, any cosmetic treatment, any specialist referrals and treatment cost. We will answer any questions you may still have.

After your dental visit, we can arrange your next appointment with your dentist, dental hygienist and/or dental specialist.

We use the latest technology to help reduce treatment time and give you the best possible service:

  • Ceramic crowns can be fitted in one day – a major leap forward from the previous multiple visits over three weeks – using ‘CEREC’, the latest digital dentistry technology
  • Digital impressions can be made with a camera, enabling the impression to be sent online to our top laboratory, in order to produce the ‘Invisalign’ clear aligner
  • All X-rays are digital, enabling dentists to review and share the image with you in minutes, while you are still in the treatment chair

If your dentist has recommended oral surgery, you can expect high-quality care from our expert teams.

On your first visit, we recommend you arrive 10-15 minutes early for check-in with our front desk. This first visit will last around 30 minutes, and begin with a general health check-up with a registered nurse (blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, weight and height measurements), who will also talk through your personal information and health history.

You will then meet the surgeon assigned to your case, who will discuss the reasons for surgery and your treatment plan, perform a clinical examination, and discuss your X-ray findings. We want you to be as comfortable as possible with our treatment, so be sure to ask any questions you may have.

Orthodontic treatment can give you a beautiful smile that will boost your self-confidence, or eliminate difficulties when you bite and chew food. If you or your child exhibit one or more of the following symptoms, come and see us for an orthodontic assessment:

  • Early or late loss of baby teeth
  • Breathing through your mouth rather than nose
  • Crowded or blocked-out teeth
  • Jaws that protrude or make noises when moving
  • Teeth that stick out
  • Teeth that don’t meet properly when the mouth is closed
  • Facial imbalance or asymmetry
  • Grinding or clenching of teeth
  • Inability to comfortably close lips

To enable us to tackle the root cause of a problem, we recommend that you arrange an appointment at the earliest opportunity. Children should ideally be treated no later than the age of seven, before their face and jaws have finished growing. However, orthodontic treatment is not just for children. Healthy teeth can be moved at any age and a large number of our orthodontic patients are adults.

If you want to straighten or better align your teeth, there are a number of choices, including traditional metal braces and clear aligners. Orthodontic treatment usually takes between two and three years, and once ‘active’ treatment is complete, you may be given a retainer to keep your teeth in their new positions.

We are passionate about the dental health of children, and from your child’s first visit we put parent and child at the heart of our care.

We recommend that you begin your visits when your child is less than 12 months old, providing a vital early start in your child’s journey to good dental health.

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During this first visit, your pediatric dentist will assess your child’s general health, evaluate any risks of dental disease, review good oral health habits, and create an evidence-based treatment plan – all while helping build your child’s confidence in the clinic and team.

We aim to build up a positive dental experience for you and your child with every visit. On an ongoing basis, we will talk through with you what to expect at each stage of your child’s development to provide the best possible preventive care. In the event that your child needs to have a cavity filled, we can provide various treatments and types of anesthesia to make them as comfortable as possible.

Periodontics is an area of dentistry concerned with the structures surrounding the teeth, including the gums and supporting bones. If you are missing a tooth, for example, our periodontal clinic will perform surgery to insert a new root into the relevant area, ready for the top part of the tooth to be fixed.

Your regular dentist will usually refer you for a periodontal appointment. Before carrying out any work, one of our specialists will discuss your dental history with you, as well as performing an intraoral examination and an X-ray.

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How to schedule or cancel an appointment

Cancellations can be made up to 24 hours before your appointment.

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Changing your dentist

If you wish to change your dentist, please visit the Dental Clinic front desk to complete the request form.

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Dental billing services

For inquiries related to dental invoicing, payment methods, payment plans, refund authorization, departure clearance, call our Business Center on +966-13-870-3388 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday to Thursday, or request a call-back from one of our experts.

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Opening hours and map

Dhahran Health Center

Dental Clinic

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Weekends and holidays: Service request through Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Sun 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Mon 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Tue 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wed 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thu 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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