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General Dentistry

General Dentistry

General dentistry is a wide field, in which both general dentists and specialists are licensed to practice all areas of dentistry. Our general dentistry department at Sansaya offers dental procedures to patients of all ages regarding the most common dental issues.


Tooth decay is one of most common dental problems facing individuals today. Climate changes, food consumption, health problems, and insufficient dental care eventually result in tooth decay. Fillings are used to repair teeth decay wherever it occurs. Fillings could be made up of either porcelain or composite resin.


Dental cleaning involves the descaling and polishing of your teeth to clean and remove imperfections, thereby enhancing the overall feel and appearance of your teeth.

Paediatric Dentistry


Paediatric dentistry promotes preventative and corrective dental care and oral health for infants, young children and adolescents. It is advisable to introduce your children to their dentist at an early age and to arrange routine visits in order to preserve your child’s healthy smile.

Paediatric dentistry is very important because children are more prone to tooth decay and other oral diseases due to poor dental hygiene habits and the more regular consumption of foods with high sugar content such as fast food and sweets. In relation to this, the paediatric dentistry department at Sansaya is highly qualified to:

  • Promote proper oral hygiene
  • Teach the importance of maintaining good oral hygiene
  • Teach correct brushing, flossing, and mouthwash rinsing techniques
  • Introduce your child to the best oral care products
  • Advise your child on the types of food he/she might need to avoid
Sansaya recommends the following procedures for all children:
  • Dental cleaning and oral hygiene screening every six months.
  • Concentrated clinic application of fluoride to maintain strong enamel structure and avoid caries.
  • Application of sealants on top surfaces of permanent posterior teeth to seal their grooves and fissures from accumulating food and germs. It is also very important to have a yearly follow up in order to check that there is no bacteria underneath the sealants; sometimes parents cannot see this until it is too late.
  • Between the ages of 8 and 13, an orthodontic screening is highly recommended. Some early preventive orthodontic treatment can avoid future major dental and jaw malformations.


Cosmetic dentistry is all about making the best of your smile. Today it is more popular than ever, from whitening and shaping, to porcelain fillings, veneers and prosthetic implants. At Sansaya, our cosmetic dentists have the latest procedures and techniques available for improving the look of your smile.



Veneers involve a technique used to enhance the shape, colour, texture and size of teeth, making them more attractive. Before application, the actual reduction of the tooth is minimal and the drilling session is completed in a single visit. There are no disadvantages to veneers other than if they are not well considered, of an inferior quality or badly fitted. If the procedure is carried out by a qualified and experienced cosmetic dentist they do not break, fall off or ruin the natural look of your smile. Rest assured, at Sansaya we provide not only a wide range of natural and white colours to choose from but also the foremost in industry expertise. Veneers can be made from either composite resin or porcelain:


To create composite resin veneers, composite substance is applied to the front area of the teeth and sculpted to the desired shape and finished. In comparison to porcelain veneers, composite resin veneers can stain more easily and are not as long lasting.


All those beautiful perfect smiles that we constantly admire in the media are often the result of the proper use of porcelain veneers. They are thin porcelain ‘shells’ that are bonded over the front surfaces of the teeth.

Veneers are used to:
  • Repair cracks and minor chips in the teeth
  • Cover stained, discoloured or pitted teeth
  • Mask old fillings which are stained and darkened
  • Close spaces between front teeth
  • Correct mildly crooked teeth
  • Improve length or width of front teeth
  • Reduce the size of large teeth
  • Provide a permanent white colour to front teeth
  • Cover sensitive teeth
The advantages of veneers:
  • Unlike crowns, veneers require much less enamel to be removed, thereby making the procedure more comfortable.
  • Veneers can look extremely beautiful, natural and transparent as long as the highest standard of professional experience and quality of products are applied.
  • Veneers can be achieved in two visits within a period of 7 to 10 days.
  • Veneers are bonded, not cemented, to the enamel of the tooth to become one solid body, thereby making it difficult to break or fall off. Veneers are able to chew and cut solid food.
  • Veneers are extremely stain resistant and you can expect many years of service without any discolouration or changes in the appearance of your smile.
  • Veneers are very strong and are resistant to fractures as long as the bite and other functional conditions are taken care of by the dentist.
Porcelain Fillings


Inlays or onlays are porcelain fillings which are custom made in the laboratory to fit perfectly inside big cavities caused by tooth decay or cracked teeth. Porcelain fillings are more costly than traditional composite fillings, however they provide greater value for money in the long term, lasting longer and avoiding the requirement for repeated tooth preparation.

The advantages of porcelain fillings:
  • Unlike traditional composite fillings, porcelain fillings last for many years (between 15 and 20 years).
  • The colour of porcelain inlays can be matched precisely to the colour of your own teeth, or as required.
  • Once bonded to the tooth it looks, porcelain fillings look completely natural, as if the tooth has never been touched before.
  • Porcelain fillings are very strong and durable. The fact that they are bonded with the tooth means that they are difficult to break and prevent any further tooth decay from occurring.
  • Porcelain fillings do not shrink over time like the traditional composite fillings.
  • Aesthetically they are far superior.
Crowns and Bridges


Crowns and bridges are caps that cover the teeth to protect them or simply to improve the aesthetics of your smile. Due to their inherent strength and beauty, porcelain crowns and bridges make a great solution to covering teeth which have undergone root canal treatment, or teeth which are broken, decayed or damaged. Dental crowns are made up of either full porcelain (Emax) or a metal covered with porcelain (Zirconia). These caps are then fixed and bonded over the tooth or remaining tooth. They can last from 15 to 25 years as long as they are well maintained hygienically, followed up by the dentist and done with the highest standard of experience and quality of product. You will find all this and more at Sansaya.

Aesthetic Gum Contouring (Gummy Smile)

This cosmetic dental procedure levels imbalanced and uneven gum lines known as a “gummy smile”. Laser sculpting or contouring of the gums helps with teeth that appear too small or are unusually shaped as a result of the gum tissue which has grown over a large portion of the teeth, creating the illusion of small, crooked and oddly angled teeth. The gum contouring process removes all the extra gum tissue to lift the gum line and reveal more of the teeth. The results can instil a great deal of confidence, especially when laughing and smiling. At Sansaya, we use the latest laser sculpting method for faster healing and greater surgical precision.

Orthodontic Treatment


Orthodontics is a famous branch of cosmetic dentistry that specialises in treating patients with improper positioning of teeth while the jaw is closed (malocclusion). It is also involves the treatment of other different facial aspects, such as:

  • Closing wide gaps between the teeth
  • Alignment of crooked teeth
  • Straightening the tips of the teeth
  • Improvement of oral functions such as speaking and eating
  • Improvement of the long-term health of gums and teeth
  • Correction of an imbalanced and improper bite which causes excessive trauma to the teeth
The types of orthodontic treatments we provide at Sansaya:
  • Child orthodontic retainers to prevent teeth and bone bad alignment, and malformation.
  • Child orthodontic treatments to help stop bad habits such as tongue thrusting, thumb or finger sucking, and to treat teeth malalignment and other oral physiological side effects such as mouth breathing and phonetic problems.
  • All manner of braces and supports such as porcelain braces, metal braces, invisible braces (Invisalign), splints, retainers and space maintainers.
Non-toxic Root Canal Treatments


Root canal treatment involves the shaping, cleaning and decontamination of teeth. However, non-toxic root canal treatment has been the saviour of root canal problems in that it maintains the healthiness of the pulp in the tooth, thereby eliminating any potential cause of infection and protecting the treated teeth from future microbial attacks. At Sansaya for all our root canal treatments you can be sure that:

  • The tooth is totally isolated from contamination using a rubber damp
  • The procedure is performed using X-Smart IQ technology which delivers optimum results
  • The procedure normally take a single session or a maximum of two
  • After cleaning the decontaminated canal is filled with non-toxic material
Periodontal Dentistry


Periodontal dentistry specialises in the treatment of the supporting structures of the teeth, i.e. the gums and jaw bones. Our dentists are specialists in the treatment of periodontal diseases as well as methods of prevention. Gum disease is unfortunately widely spread among youngsters as well as adults nowadays. Around 40% suffer from chronic periodontics (gum disease and bone loss) and around 60% to 70% suffer from gingivitis (gum inflammation and bleeding). As with your teeth, the importance of regular dental check-ups and expert cleaning cannot be stressed enough where the health of your gums and jaw bones are concerned. Signs of gum and bone disease can be bad breath, continuous gum bleeding and loose teeth. However, severe cases can lead to, amongst others:

  • Teeth loss
  • Heart failure
  • Diabetes (if left untreated for a prolonged period)
  • Miscarriage
  • Spreading of strong types of bacteria
You can do the following to maintain healthy teeth and gums:
  • Brush your teeth twice a day
  • Floss frequently to remove plaque between your teeth
  • Use mouth rinse daily
  • Reduce or quit smoking
  • Avoid drinking very hot or very cold liquids
  • Maintain a balanced and healthy food diet
  • Visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and professional dental care

Gum recession happens when the tissue surrounding the teeth detaches, causing the roots of the teeth to be exposed. It is a common dental problem which is all too often ignored until it becomes quite severe. Gum recession has negative effects on the aesthetics of your smile and can lead to the destruction of the supporting bone, tooth sensitivity and even tooth loss. In severe cases of gum recession, an operation involving a gum tissue graft might be required. A gum graft operation relieves you from current pain, avoids future pain and improves the appearance of your smile.

TMJ Therapy


This procedure treats temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. A TMJ disorder involves damage to the cartilage and/or muscle that connects the temporal bone to the mandible bone making talking, swallowing and chewing difficult and painful. It may occur on one or both sides of the face and can cause severe pain and discomfort which can be temporary or last many years. To help eliminate pains, discomforts and other side effects, our specialists at Sansaya prescribe the use of splints, night guards and bite equilibration techniques, amongst others. Women are more prone to TMJ disorders than men and they can be caused any manner of things, such as:

  • A heavy blow to the head or whiplash
  • Continuous grinding or clenching of the teeth
  • Displacement of the cartilage between the ball and socket of the joint
  • Arthritis in the joint
  • Stress which causes the tightening of facial and jaw muscles
The symptoms of TMJ disorders
  • Pain or tenderness in your face, jaw joint area, neck and shoulders, and in or around the ear when you chew, speak or open your mouth wide.
  • Difficulty in opening your mouth wide.
  • Jaws that get stuck or temporarily lock in the open or closed position.
  • Clicking, popping or grating sounds in the jaw joint when you open or close your mouth or chew. This may or may not be painful.
  • A tired feeling in your face.
  • Trouble chewing or a sudden uncomfortable bite, as if the upper and lower teeth are not fitting together properly.
  • Swelling on the side of your face.
  • You may also experience toothaches, headaches, neck aches, dizziness, ear aches, hearing problems, upper shoulder pain and ringing in the ears (tinnitus).
Mouth Guards


At Sansaya, all our mouth guards are individually made to fit your teeth structure precisely, providing you with the highest levels of protection and comfort. We offer the following custom-made mouth guards all produced at our laboratory:


Sports mouth guards protect your teeth from accidents such as bumps and severe blows to the face and head. Sports mouth guards are typically worn over the upper line of teeth and are available in different types and colours.


Night guards and splints are plastic mouthpieces that fit over the upper and/or lower teeth. They are used to avoid the collision of the upper and lower teeth, decreasing the drawbacks of clenching and grinding the teeth. Furthermore, they help correcting the bite by positioning the teeth in the most organised manner and least traumatic position. Splints are worn all the time, while night guards are worn whilst sleeping. Each patient is recommended to wear a certain type of plastic mouthpiece in regards to his/her medical case.

Mouth guards wear down over time and become less effective, therefore they should be changed approximately once a year, depending upon frequency of use. Periodic replacement of mouth guards is also especially important for adolescents as they experience teeth growth and development right the way through to adulthood.

Teeth Whitening


To achieve that pearly white smile you’ve always wanted we recommend the following whitening techniques:


The in-office whitening technique which is administered at Sansaya is fastest way to achieve the results you desire. The whole procedure takes approximately one hour. Our dentists will protect all the soft tissue in your mouth as well as your cracked and eroded teeth to avoid sensitivity during and after the procedure. The technique has been in the market for many years and with no adverse effects being reported it is completely safe.


The home tray technique is perfect for maintaining the whiteness after an in-office treatment or to whiten your teeth gradually. All the whiteners available at Sansaya contain fluoride which helps to control the sensitivity associated with whitening and promotes enamel repair if needed. Our dentists do not recommend buying over-the-counter whitening products as most of them have a high acid concentration that can cause sensitivity and irreversible damage to the soft tissue and gums. To enjoy the optimum result and safety, use only the products recommended by a specialist. For those insisting on organic ingredients, we have a selected range of products.

Anxiety-free Dentistry


If you have been putting off a visit to the dentist due to commonly felt fears, our anxiety-free dentistry is precisely the solution for you. The latest in anaesthesia techniques combined with the gentle and attentive care you’ll receive at Sansaya will calm and relax you, making you entirely more confident for your dental visit.


This is the latest in anaesthesia techniques particularly for those who are scared of the injection, its associated pain and the uncomfortable feeling of being numbed for many hours after the dental work. The Wand is a anaesthetic delivery system specially designed for dentistry. It’s the first of its kind and best in its class. The computer-controlled delivery system regulates the flow of anaesthetic in a way that minimises the pain associated with the injection.

The advantages of The Wand:
  • The system provides almost pain-free injections and permits the accurate numbing of only the required area. A single tooth can be numbed, allowing you to leave the clinic and carry out normal daily activities or return to work.
  • Patients are more satisfied with and prefer this innovative digital technique than the traditional injection.
  • Stress-free for the patient and for the dentist who can proceed confidently knowing that the patient is completely satisfied.
  • Patients are also more confident knowing that their dental practice has the latest technology.
  • Fast reacting, allowing the procedure to be commenced and therefore finished sooner.
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