There’s a reason to smile for the toothless. Dental implantology, the new discipline in dentistry, has reached Dubai. The first Oral Implantology Research Institute in the Middle East since the year 2000. Perhaps its’ time to kiss your dentures goodbye.

The dental implant is the solution for all removable dentures which produces a lack of confidence in those who use them. What it does is simply offer a promise of the permanent restoration of missing teeth, good as new. Technically, dental implantology is the process of embedding specially manufactured titanium implants directly into the bone of the jaw to support replacement teeth wherein a prosthetic crown will later be added. Meanwhile, the newly founded Implant Dentistry- Study Consortium (IDSC) is the prime mover in encouraging dental implantology in Dubai. The consortium has opened a research institute in Knowledge Village, Dubai and started serving the public needs since March 2000 for its Continuing Education programs for participants from across the Middle East region; since then these courses are continuing until today in a systematic manner.

I believe that dental implantology is the new era in the field of dentistry, said Dr. Souheil Hussaini, the President of the IDSC and Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Consortium.

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Patients Care & Concerns


We render the following treatment options:



1. Eggs (in all forms).
2. Soups, bouillon, and chowder.
3. Soft meats, such as meatloaf, canned tuna, salmon, potted meat, finely ground boiled chicken.
4. Soft pureed vegetables (potatoes, peas, beans, carrots, asparagus, etc ).


1.Fortified low-fat milk, buttermilk, cottage cheese, and yogurt.
2. Protein milkshakes. and citrus fruits and juices, tooth pastes-Peroxide.
3.Remember to eat three (3) meals daily and drink at least six (6) to eight(8) glasses of water per day, particularly in the immediate postoperative period.

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Tobacco Use & Endosseous Implant Failures

The health effects of tobacco use can be summarized as following:

- Nicotine exhibit a profound vasoconstrictor effect on blood vessels, causing disrupting the healing processes of hard and soft tissues.

- It increases palatal adhesiveness, which in turn causes thrombotic microvascular occlusion with resulting ischemia, and reduces the proliferation of blood cells, firbroblast and macrophages.

- Carbon monoxide and hydrogen cyanide decreases the oxygen available, and hence slow healing.

- Smokers have a higher incidence and greater severity of periodontal / peri-implantitis. Though information is limited on implants and smoking.

- Bain and Moy found that 590 implants placed in smokers, 11% failed compared with 4.8% in non-smokers.

- De Bruyn & Collaert found 31% early implant failures in fixtures placed in the maxilla in smokers.

- Tobacco may reduce the capacity of bone to repair during the healing period. Continued use of tobacco reduces the ability of the bone to repair damage that occurs during clinical use.

- The deleterious effects of smoking can be minimized if smoking stopped for four weeks.

- HA-coated implants have advantage over other in smokers.

- Preoperative antibiotic use reduces failure.