Our Mission is to provide patients with the highest quality of dental care, healthy aesthetics function and beautiful smiles that they deserve with unprecedented hospitality to all patients at every visit.


Our Vision is to be a leading dental Center in U.A.E known for dental practices in giving the highest patient satisfaction of its services.

Why Choose Us?
  • No Waiting
  • Our Philosophy
  • Minimally Invasive Dentistry
  • Loyal Team/Low Turnover
  • All Services in One Location
  • Your Dentists for Life
  • Family Dentistry

About Us

“Perfect Smile Orthodontic and Cosmetic Dental Center” was first opened in Dubai in 2014 under the direction of a highly reputable and experienced Dentist, Dr. Mohammad Zuhair Al Khairo.

Perfect Smile Orthodontic and Cosmetic Dental Center is dedicated to a totally comprehensive dental care approach that focuses on promoting health, rather than just treating the disease. Our goal is to provide high level of expertise and service in a calming professional atmosphere combined with latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment.

With all years of experience in Dubai, our team which consist of specialists in Conservative, Implantology, and orthodontics, is committed to provide excellent results and quality patient care in the United Arab Emirates.

Our center employs cutting edge methods and modern technology in dentistry and will continuously updates and upgrades the practice to give the patients the highest level of care. In addition, the center has an in-house occlusion scanning system. The Clinic is pleased to be one of the few dental practices in Dubai to have a qualified DHA licensed oral implantologist working on its premises. Occlusion scanning system combined with the high experience would insure a state of the art restorative and facial therapy procedures

All dentists and dental assistants are highly trained and experienced. The team is committed in giving our patients the best care possible. Patients are assured that they will receive consistently high quality care no matter which dentist they see. Patients' safety is a priority. To ensure maximum protection to the patients, the staff consistently applies state-of-the-art sterilization and disinfection techniques on all instruments and dental rooms.

Moreover, the Clinic is a firm believer in continuing education programs. The dentists and dental assistants, regularly attend courses that enable them to keep up to date with the latest developments to provide its patients with the best service

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Katrina Albano

Dental Assistant

She graduated with a degree in Nursing back in 2010 and passed the board exam the same year. She worked in Saudi Arabia for 2 years as dental nurse. She decided to move to UAE to look for better opportunity, got her DHA license and has been working in Perfect Smile Dental Center as dental nurse assistant since 2016. Though equipped with her experience, she still thrives to improve herself everyday so she can provide nothing short of quality service that would cater to the patients in accordance with the company’s vision. Throughout her experience, paired with passion for her work she became very knowledgeable with all dental treatments and developed well-interpersonal skills on dealing with the patients every day and uses these to give utmost care and exceptional service. In her length of experience, she acquired an excellent organizational skill including being a multi-tasker, keeping a dental workplace un-cluttered and good time management to help the dentist move from patient to patient smoothly throughout the day. She is very passionate with her work and takes knowledge that she is the dentist’s right arm and makes a difference to our patients and the dental team.


Walid Ishraideh

Doctor of Dental Surgery

SWaleed ishraideh is a man who prefers actions with tangible results rather than promises and words. As a holder of a Doctor of Dental Surgery, Walid upholds the basic tenets of treatment planning in order to produce tangible results based on planning realistic dental treatment plans. Regardless of the tasks, Walid ensures that excellent results are produced. Beyond just producing results, Walid also debriefs his team to check and see the process conducted and finds out specific actions that could be improved in order to patient dental heath the process to process a more efficient strategy moving forward.

Walid began his professional career as a general dentist of a world-class advertising firm focusing on patient dental health. With his credentials and his work ethic, Walid didn’t find it hard to rise among the ranks and became a junior general dentist at perfect smile within a year of employment. He then started to replicate his applied process among his peers, and his managers took note of how valuable he is for the clinic. He also got the attention of other companies wanting to acquire him and gave him a couple of offers, of which he refused because of the potential he sees for growth in his clinic. He was correct, and the loyalty and hard work he showed bore fruit and he got another promotion within year after becoming a junior dentist. He was ready for the big league.

Walid, functioning as general dentist in his clinic, showed beyond doubt that he was perfect for the job. He didn’t just meet goals; he exceeded them month in and month out. He created seamless processes that were undeniably close to genius. Being close to his peers, we also received recognition for being an inspiration and a constant motivator in his line of dentistry


Reymond Lota Nora

Operational Manager

I have worked on a wide variety of projects that have allowed me to put what I’ve learned to use in a practical sense. I was built multiple clinics and manufacturing company that pride myself on being detail- oriented, analytical, precise and driven. These qualities would benefit all the clients and goal of the company by increasing the credibility and trustworthy The main core of my entire career is mainly to implement the right processes and practices across the organization. including formulating strategy, improving performance and securing compliance. Support variety of leadership on different organization from Human Resource, Finance and Accounts Payables and receivable, hire, and train employees, manage quality assurance programs, strategize process improvements, and more.


Azzawiya Udarbe Salvador

Administrative Staff

As a dental administrative assistant, I have to handle all operations of the dental office to provide patients with a professional environment. I, working for more than a decade as a dental administrative and i master and possess some important traits, including the ability to handle scheduling work, manage follow-ups, and ensure that the front desk of the dental practice is appropriately managed. Moreover, I should need to be highly organized, and possess the ability to manage inventory of both office and dental supplies, along with a great ability to carry out activities associated with billing and insurance. My skills in managing office records and files must be exceptional, and creating and maintaining records, and overseeing filing systems will be all in a day’s work for me.


Perfect Smile Orthodontic and Cosmetic Dental Center

At Perfect Smile, we have the utmost respect for our patients’ time — and we don’t make them wait. In fact, we call our room a reception area instead of a “waiting room.” We ourselves despise waiting in lines and offices, and we can’t STAND it when our patients are “out there” waiting for us. So, we work every day — every hour — as a team to prevent patients from having to wait.

Our average "wait time" is about 3 minutes from the time you enter our doors to the time we starting bringing you back. Things happen — and sometimes you have those days when you’re running behind. We have them too, and at these times we give our patients courtesy phone calls to give them a heads up that they may have to wait a bit. Maybe our patient has an errand he or she can squeeze in before coming to see us. Or they might appreciate the time in our Internet cafe to catch up on work. Sometimes they look forward to the peaceful time in our friendly environment to simply relax or catch up on the book they’re reading. Nevertheless, we respect our patients’ time. It’s just one more thing that sets Perfect Smile far apart from your typical health care experience.

At Perfect Smile, every member of our team works passionately toward a philosophy of common goals. It is our true desire to deliver the very best dentistry available in Dubai, UAE. Equal in our desire to deliver the best dentistry is our constant drive to provide unparalleled hospitality and customer service to every person we encounter in our workday and beyond. We work hard every day to better ourselves and each member of our Perfect Smile team, so that we can ensure that our patients enjoy the benefits of our philosophy and goals.

In contrast to the ever-changing, ever-improving field of cosmetic dentistry, good old hospitality has remained the same for centuries. Your Perfect Smile team members believe in delivering respect and unprecedented service every time you visit us.

We believe it is this Perfect Smile characteristic that will keep you coming back again and again. There are some people in United Arab Emirates who are terrified of going to the dentist. Perfect Smile is healing these fears one by one, patient by patient.

What more can we say? At Perfect Smile, we like to drill less on our patients. In the last 5 years, innovations in dentistry have taken patient care and treatment procedures to an advanced (and much less aggressive) level. As technology advances, invasive treatments diminish and become replaced with minimal, gentle and simple procedures.

In addition to these minimally invasive restorative techniques, we use of technological advancements coupled with innovative and gentle peridontal (gum) disease treatment create an industry-leading dental practice committed to continued education and dedicated to quality patient care.

Dentistry’s changing in a major way, even in the last 5 years. The main way that dentistry’s changing, it’s becoming less invasive. That means for the patient, I’m having to drill less on you; patience like that. You want who’s trying to drill as little as possible and let your body heal and work with your total wellness.

People like to see new faces at parties and social events, but not at the dentist’s office. At Perfect Smile, we understand the secure feeling that goes along with seeing familiar faces. Familiar people already know and understand your medical and dental history, and they are prepared to take care of your individual needs. You don’t have to rehash all of those things every time you come in. We’re your dental family. We already know you…and your likes and dislikes.

Our team is loyal. We love working for Perfect Smile. We work hard, and we feel like it’s a privilege to work here. We don’t want to work anywhere else. And, this isn’t by chance Our team works together to serve each other just as they serve our patient family. Our team is filled with individuals who desire constant self-improvement.

At Perfect Smile we offer most all dental services under one roof. Dentistry is a broad field of practice. By bringing in Doctors who excel in certain arena's of dentistry and putting them in ONE dental location we have eliminated the need to send you to a separate office for procedures (in most cases). We realize that once you get “comfortable” in your dental home that you don’t want to drive across town to another specialist’s office. From Restorations, Veneers to Dentures to Oral Surgeries- we offer it all at Perfect Smile.

One of the cool things about Perfect Smile is that we provide very comprehensive treatment under one roof. We do have a lot of cosmetic treatment and orthodontic treatment, we’re known for that. We do a lot of general dentistry, though. We can also see you for your regular teeth cleanings, we can do root canals, we can do oral surgery. We do a lot of very comprehensive treatment because we have such many highly skilled doctors that do different disciplines of their work under one roof.

Perfect Smile is a family-oriented practice not only driven by healthy, beautiful smiles, but also focused on overall wellness and promoting health. At Perfect Smile, you, your family and children are under the care of healthcare providers concerned with your comfort, safety and well-being. Perfect Smile provides services for the entire family from minimally invasive and preventative child dentistry to simultaneous parent-child cleanings for optimal time management. Here at perfect Smile, we work together to give you the healthiest possible lives for our patients and their families.

Dental Problems

Perfect Smile Orthodontic and Cosmetic Dental Center

Tooth Pain


Toot Decay, Cavities,Caries


Broken Tooth


Unattractive Smile


Dark Teeth


Gum Desease/Periodontal Desease


Wisdom Teeth




Missing Teeth/Implant


Missing Teeth/Dentures


Infection/Abscess in Tooth

What is a Toothache?

A toothache usually refers to pain around the teeth or jaws primarily as a result of a dental condition. In most instances, toothaches are caused by tooth problems, such as a dental cavity, a cracked tooth, an exposed tooth root, or gum disease. However, disorders of the jaw joint can also cause pain that is referred to as "toothache." The severity of a toothache can range from chronic and mild to sharp and excruciating. The pain may be aggravated by chewing or by cold or heat. A thorough oral examination, which includes dental X-rays, can help determine whether the toothache is coming from a tooth or jaw problem and the cause. If you are experiencing a toothache give us a call!

So you’re having dental tooth pain. This could be something as simple as we need to work with you on changing something you’re doing at home with the type of toothpaste or brushing, could be abnormal clenching or grinding, could be something as decay or an infection in your mouth. This is something that if you come in, I know we’ll work with you to find out what the problem is and what we can to do to come up with a solution and get you comfortable.

Do you know what the #1 chronic childhood illness is?

Tooth decay. It is one of the most common of all disorders, second only to the common cold. It usually occurs in children and young adults but can affect anyone. It is a common cause of tooth loss in younger people. Bacteria is normally present in the mouth and changes food into acids. The combination of bacteria, acids, food debris, and saliva form plaque.

Plaque begins to form 20 minutes after eating and if not removed by proper brushing and flossing the decay process begins. As the acids in the plaque begin to weaken and dissolve the enamel, holes in the teeth are created. This is what we call Cavities or Caries.

Cavities are usually painless until they grow closer to the nerve or center of the tooth. Untreated decay destroys the enamel and the internal structure of the tooth thus resulting in root canals or loss of the teeth and starts rotting and eating your tooth away. That’s an infection in your tooth. What we understand from an even bigger perspective is it’s not just your tooth. You think about that rotting happening in your body and it’s spreading those toxins into your body. It’s more of a, again, a systemic issue, where that decay is getting into your body. That really concerns us. We’re not all about drilling-and-filling and just managing your cavities. Because we want to get you fully healthy, we want to look at what are your risks. Why do you get cavities? What is the pH of your mouth? What is your genetic background? What is your nutrition and dietary intake look like? We really want to get you healthy. We want to eliminate cavities for you, completely.

Got Chipping?

Teeth are remarkably strong, but they can chip, crack or break. This can happen by biting down on something hard, a traumatic event, having cavities that weaken the tooth, or due to clenching / bruxism. When a tooth breaks, it may not hurt, but your tongue can usually feel the sharp area. If a large piece of the tooth breaks off, it can cause discomfort because the nerve inside the tooth may be damaged. If it is exposed to air, or hot or cold foods or drinks, it can be extremely uncomfortable.

At Perfect Smile, our dentists can determine if the break was caused by cavities, clenching / grinding, or just incidental trauma and if the tooth’s nerve is in danger. Depending on the severity of the break, the tooth may need an inlay, onlay or crown. A damaged nerve usually will require root canal treatment. Here at Perfect Smile Dental Center we have an exceptional team of cosmetic dentistry professionals who can evaluate and recommend the best treatment needed to restore your teeth!

Teeth are very strong but they can chip and crack and break. When this happens, it’s usually when you’re biting down on something hard. or clenching and grinding or a traumatic event. When it breaks, sometimes it doesn’t hurt but your tongue can usually feel that sharp area.

What can be done if you have a chipped tooth? There are a couple of different options for you depending on the size of the chip and where it is in the mouth. One option would be cosmetic bonding – with this option, highly aesthetic bonding material would be applied directly to your tooth to repair the chip. Limitations to the bonding material do exist (for instance when the chip is too large, or if there are other cracks or fractures in the tooth, or if there is too much chewing force on the tooth) …in this case a porcelain veneer might be recommended.

At Perfect Smile we will discuss the pros and cons of both and decide on the best option for you!

With a chipped tooth, just depending on where it’s located in the mouth, there’s a couple different options for you. One of them is cosmetic bonding. With bonding, it’s basically a highly aesthetic bonding material that will just go right over the chip to repair it. If the chip is too large or if there’s other fractures in the teeth, then we can use something more like a porcelain restoration. So we’ll just kind of go over the pros and cons of both with you, and decide what the best option would be.

At Perfect Smile we have many different options for improving an unattractive smile. Our doctors can sit down with you during your consultation and come up with a custom treatment plan that will address all your goals. Typically, the way to dramatically change your “unattractive smile” is by doing one or more of the following:

Smile Design using Veneers

Smile design is a term used when teeth are done on the upper jaw. Typically, people show at least their top 8 teeth in a full smile. We usually recommend that we cosmetically address what we can see in your full smile. This way we / you gain control of the color, shape, symmetry, contours of the teeth, etc.

Tooth Whitening

There are several whitening options available:

  1. Traditional Tray whitening
  2. In-Office “Laser” whitening

Cosmetic Bonding can represent a good way to change minor imperfections in one’s smile. It’s our opinion that it’s not a great method for totally changing one’s smile like veneers could be (bonding is not a good choice for changing color, shapes, contours of a large number of teeth comprehensively). But for small to moderate chips, closing small spaces, or to slightly lengthen a tooth…bonding is a GREAT option for blending seamlessly with your natural tooth. One thing to point out though is that bonding is the MOST technical & artistic cosmetic procedure that is done by a cosmetic dentist because of the layering that must exist to truly replicate natural enamel. This is why you can “see” a lot of bad bonding but you never “see” the good ones.

If you are looking to brighten up your smile, Perfect Smile Dental Center offers a couple of different types of whitening procedures that fit within almost any budget and the results are quick! Almost everyone is a candidate for whitening or teeth bleaching. However, some dark teeth are much more resistant to the dental whitening procedures, especially tetracycline-stained teeth. If you have dark or tetracycline affected teeth, we recommend one of the following options

Now more than ever it is extremely important to make sure your mouth is healthy. At Perfect Smile we keep ourselves informed of the latest scientific research available in our field. What we now know is that if you have an unhealthy mouth, it puts you at risk for developing serious systemic illnesses like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, pre-term labor, as well as auto-immune and inflammatory diseases. Furthermore, If you already have a systemic illness and – on top of that – your mouth is unhealthy, it puts you at a higher risk of dying and developing crippling disabilities associated with your illness. Finally, and what our Perfect Smile Dental Center team finds to be the most compelling reason to get your mouth healthy is the fact that by improving the health of your mouth, you can reduce your risk for future illness, reduce the negative impact your current illness is having on your body (and reduce the amount of medicine you need to take), and you can – in some cases – actually reverse your illness entirely(like Type 2 Diabetes or high blood pressure, for example).

There are different varying degrees and it’s actually the most common reason that adults lose teeth. Obviously children lose teeth because they’re supposed to. It is an infection in the gums and therefore also in the bones once it gets to be rather severe, and there is bone loss down into and around each of the teeth. When that happens bacteria can take up residence and it can become a systemic problem more so than just an oral problem.

At Perfect Smile, we are advocates for your overall health and we understand that good health starts with a healthy mouth. At your first visit with us (and at your regular cleaning visits) we will make sure your teeth and gums are as healthy as possible. When we find unhealthy areas, we will educate you about options to get things back to health. We have leading-edge technology in our hygiene department just as we do in all other areas of our practice.

How do you know if your gums are unhealthy? A simple test is to vigorously floss between all of you teeth. Is there any red color (blood) on the floss? If so, you have (at least) gingivitis and maybe more progressive gum disease. Healthy gums do not bleed when you clean your teeth with brushing or flossing. If your teeth and gums bleed when you brush and floss, you are at risk for serious illness. At Perfect Smile we can help you reverse your risk and get your mouth healthy. Better yet, at Perfect Smile, we have other options available besides bloody, painful scraping that is traditionally used for treatment. We help our patients avoid deep, painful cleanings and gum surgery with our conservative custom treatments for unhealthy gums. If you have been told you need a deep cleaning or gum surgery, we recommend you schedule a consultation with Perfect Smile team. We have new technologies available that may be the right answer for you. Find out more about a consultation or make an appointment.

Wisdom Teeth, or third molars, develop in most young adults. The challenge with wisdom teeth in most cases is that they are very difficult to keep clean and/or there is not enough room for them and are therefore highly susceptible to tooth decay, infection, and gum disease.

About 65% of the population will develop wisdom teeth between ages 12 and 15. Some wisdom teeth will never erupt and stay impacted. Those that do erupt, can cause pain as they erupt through the gum tissue. There are clinical examinations and radiographs that should be taken prior to the removal of any teeth, especially wisdom teeth, as they may be close to the mandibular nerve or sinus cavity. Removal of wisdom teeth is a surgical procedure and is often recommended to be done under conscious sedation. If you or your child is experiencing pain or tenderness, erupted wisdom teeth could be one of many causes. Give us a call and we will

Ever feel like your bite is a little off center? Maybe you have no pain and have no trouble chewing, but your teeth could be wearing unevenly and at an accelerated rate. Your uneven bite can be characterized by malocclusion.

Malocclusion is the misalignment of a bite or unfavorable placement of teeth. Though malocclusion does not hinder functions of the mouth, it can lead to accelerated wear on the teeth – ultimately reducing the size, shape and strength of those teeth that contribute to face shape. It also contributes to decreased longevity of the teeth, which can advance deterioration and jeopardize dental health.

Malocclusion can also be characterized by visual spacing or crowding in your smile, an uneven bite or a chipped, cracked or broken tooth resulting from misalignment. Malocclusion is really nothing more than the position of the teeth not being in an ideal position. When the teeth don’t line up the way they’re supposed to, the chewing system doesn’t work the way Mother Nature intended it.

If you have a car whose front end is out of alignment, is the car functional? Absolutely. What happens is the tires can wear out too fast and they’ll wear unevenly, leading to an unsafe condition. If you have malocclusion, the same thing is true. Can you bite? Yes, but the teeth wear out too fast and they’ll wear unevenly, leading to an unhealthy situation.

Dental implants are the gold standard for replacing missing teeth.

Before the technology of dental implants was developed, dentists relied on bridges, partial, or complete dentures to replace a missing or compromised tooth. Bridges require crowns which may compromise the life of existing teeth that must be altered to accommodate bridges. In many cases, opting for bridges to replace a tooth can lead to accelerated decay and subsequent cavity formation.

An implant consists of a titanium screw that functions as the root of a tooth, the implant abutment (coping that provides support to the new crown), and the implant crown.

The titanium screw, or implant post, is crucial in helping maintain the strength and size of the mouth’s bone structure, which supports the teeth and will be lost or diminished in strength, health and size once a tooth is absent. Implants maintain the health of the existing bone and limit the amount lost over time. Implants can be used to replace multiple teeth (as in a bridge) or to retain or support partial and complete dentures, ensuring the quality of those options for replacement.

Implants function like teeth, can be flossed and brushed like teeth and are not removed. Implant placement is typically a 6-12 month process to ensure osseointegration, fusion of the implant with surrounding bone. If proper care and hygiene measures are taken, implants can last a lifetime.

Seems like touts by a dry cleaner or photo developer, right? Well, these are the values dentists traditionally claim regarding dentures. In the past, dentists skim over denture procedures, give little attention to their creation and more often than not, do not favor them. At Perfect Smile, we firmly believe everyone should have access to the smile they deserve.

The mere need for dentures does not indicate the end of a beautiful smile. There are over millions of people in the United Arab Emirates. Perfect Smile’s dentists work passionately toward creating the most beautiful and youthful smiles for patients whose natural teeth have been compromised and require replacement. Cosmetic denture patients are fully involved in the denture creation process, from providing a photo of past smiles for inspiration to selecting the desired gum shade.

Do you think you have a tooth infection? Abscess?

Typically, when a tooth gets an infection is it due to bacterial contamination of the root pulp. The bacteria make their way through the tooth structure and eventually it enters the pulp of the tooth. The pulp of the tooth is integrated in to the blood stream of your ENTIRE body thus we don't want to allow these VIRULENT bacteria to cause damage elsewhere in your body! An abscess is where there is a proliferation of bacteria that are causing damage at the tip of the root of the tooth. They keep multiplying in the bone of your upper or lower jaw. This process is (obviously) very painful which cause pain, swelling and a general lethargic feeling.

Did you know that the health of your mouth effects the health of your whole body? When you have a bacterial infection in your mouth, it allows that same bacteria to travel into your blood system. The spread of this infection has been directly linked to heart attack, stroke, diabetes and numerous other serious conditions. At Perfect Smile it is our goal to help you achieve optimal overall health. Signs of oral infection can be bleeding gums that are puffy or red, foul odor, tenderness, or pain. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms or if it's been a while since you've seen a dentist, call us today to schedule an examination. We look forward to seeing you soon!



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