Dental Clinics Complex - DNT
A. Diagnostic Center (DC):
Center of Excellence
A group of highly trained staff members, clinicians, physicians and nurses undertakes responsibility of recording dental and medical history, diagnosing cases of new patients, putting the optimum treatment plan for them, and then referring them to the assigned clinic.
A well-established radiology center offers the finest imaging devices in the market, which helps in our daily diagnostic challenges.
Amongst those devices are:
Cone Beam CT ( CRANEX 3D)
Panoramic X-Ray / Lateral Cephlometric
Digital processing units
Conventional X-Ray machines & Processing Room
Center of Excellence
The Laser Center aspires to become a pioneer continuing education and training center provider on the regional and international levels in developing Laser researches and applications in dentistry to serve the community.
The Laser Center prepares distinguished researchers and professionals who are able to compete nationally and regionally in the field of Laser sciences and applications in dentistry, and to conduct relevant basic and applied researches to develop and serve the community.
The program consists of lectures, hands-on workshops, e-learning, clinical cases and exams; under supervision of the AALZ-Aachen University Dental LASER Center.
It consists of:
Four erbium laser units.
Six diode laser units.
Dental Implantology Center:
MIU DCC Implantology Center is one of the most unique centers in the DCC. It provides a well-equipped and organized clinic that consists of 8 dental units, divided into compartments with all the facilities a dental student would need to perform implant surgeries under local anesthesia. Postgraduate students and Continuous Education participants, get a chance to observe and perform all types of implant surgeries in a hygienic environment set especially to offer outstanding dental treatment to the patient. Students are supervised to follow infection control rules, and are taught to perform all different types of minor surgeries in this area of the clinics. A monitor is available at each of these units allowing students to plan the patient’s treatment via CBCT.
Patients’ Welfare & Medical Emergency Department:
A team of qualified physicians for Life Support, trained and certified by the American Heart Association (AHA). is responsible for managing medical emergencies that may occur at the Dental Clinic Complex (DCC).
We also offer medical advice and precautions for medically compromised patients in the outpatient clinics. Those who are not familiar with the dental procedures needed are referred to specialist physician for further recommendations.
The medical team also participates in the Student Research Committee to conduct research for community health awareness.