Let’s get you and your family smiling again!
Perhaps you’re not looking for cosmetic dental surgery, but in search of cost-effective dental work that’ll leave you smiling? It may be a good idea to consider Smile on Safari’s Dental Tourism offers for your general dentistry needs. From fillings, root canal treatments and dental treatment for children, your Smile on Safari specialists can help bring back that smile, while you make lifelong memories on holiday.
Our selected specialists are firmly committed to using the very best dental technologies to deliver incredible results. As each practice adheres to internationally recognized standards, the general dentistry services on offer incorporate metal and mercury-free restorations, and use only the finest biocompatible dental materials as suited to you.
Root Canal Therapy, also known as Endodontics, removes infected tissue that may occur in the root chamber of your tooth. The hollowed-out tooth is filled with an antibacterial substance, and the tooth then crowned for protection.
Taking good care of children’s teeth is vitally important, as the foundations for good, lifelong oral health are laid during childhood. The field of Paedodontics, or child dental services, is a specialty area of focus for Smile on Safari’s team of dental experts. Our team’s clinics are child-friendly and can offer: fillings; gum guard fittings; fissure sealants; minor orthodontic procedures; fluoride treatments; tooth extractions and sedation dentistry for more complex procedures when required.
If you need oral surgery, our team of specialists can perform laser gum surgery, wisdom tooth removals, crown lengthening and gum re-contouring. If you’re a little anxious in the dentist’s chair, our practitioners can also offer you sedation dentistry.
Very often, headaches or other joint pain can be caused by problems that begin in your mouth or within your teeth. By analyzing your bite, our specialists can assess and monitor you for any issues and investigate whether or not you have Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ). This disorder can affect you in a number of ways, including: jaw discomfort, muscle pain, displaced jaw joint or dislocated jaw.