1. How do I know when it’s time for a checkup?
An average, healthy person typically benefits from a professional cleaning and checkup every six months Our modern software system sends you a reminders and offers special discount offers that we make time to time.
2. a)How do you ensure the safety of your patients?
We maintain strict COVID-19 protocols for the safety of our patients and staff in accordance with WHO and CDC recommendations.
b) Is my dental health information protected?
We use the latest international software program Bestosys that ensure highest standard of confidentiality for your records. We are the only practice using Bestosys in East Africa.
3. What are my options to replace missing teeth?
The options to replace your teeth are Implant, Bridge, and Denture depending on your desire and budget. We give you a compressive treatment package and payment plan at all times.
4.How does the doctor keep up to date on current techniques, technology and materials in dentistry?
We are members of several international dental organization, and have continuous training online and through Kenya Dental Association.
5. I avoid dental visits because of anxiety. Is this normal? Can you help?
It’s normal and it depends on your first experience with previous dentist. At Gentle Dental we specialize in dealing with patient that have dental phobias. You are in safe hands!
6. I haven’t been to the dentist in years, and I’m ashamed to let a professional see the condition of my mouth. Is your staff judgmental?
We are relieved that you choose to trust us with your dental care. We never judge our patients. We want to to put a smile on your face. You are Welcome.
7. What can you do to improve the appearance of my smile?
There is so much we can achieve in esthetic dentistry. Please give us a call or book online and lets have a one on one consultation.
8: Will you care for my entire family?
Yes we have been seeing entire families for the past 35 years.
9. I have old, dark fillings? Can you help?
Treatment options are numerous. Dark fillings are made of a metal alloy called Amalgam. In 2005-2009 a global shift took place from amalgam to dental composites, and inlays which are tooth colored. We have been on “amalgam free practice “since 2010. We can replace your amalgam with tooth colored fillings, or inlays of crowns.