Discover Dental Excellence

Our patients are the heart of our practice, and their well-being and comfort are our top priorities. We are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality dental care tailored to your unique needs.

“A genuine smile comes from the heart, but a healthy smile needs good dental care.”

― Wayne Chirisa

Our Services

General Dentistry

  • Routine dental exams to assess overall oral health.
  • Examination of teeth, gums, tongue, and other oral tissues.
  • Detection of any signs of dental problems or oral diseases.
  • Removal of plaque, tartar, and stains from teeth surfaces.
  • Polishing teeth for a smoother and cleaner appearance.
  • Guidance on proper oral hygiene practices.
  • X-rays to detect hidden dental issues, such as cavities, impacted teeth, and bone abnormalities.
  • Digital imaging for better visualization and diagnosis.
  • Restoration of teeth damaged by cavities or minor fractures.
  • Materials used include amalgam (silver fillings) and composite resin (tooth-colored fillings).
  • Crowns: Protective caps placed over damaged or weakened teeth.
  • Bridges: Replacement for missing teeth, anchored by neighboring teeth.
  • Application of thin protective coatings to the chewing surfaces of molars.
  • Helps prevent cavities in vulnerable areas.
  • Management of gum diseases like gingivitis and periodontitis.
  • Scaling and root planing to remove plaque and tartar below the gumline.
  • Custom-made devices to protect teeth from grinding (bruxism) or sports-related injuries.
  • Management of tooth sensitivity caused by exposed dentin or gum recession.
  • Application of fluoride to strengthen tooth enamel and prevent cavities.

Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Removal of stains and discoloration from teeth.
  • In-office treatments using bleaching agents or take-home whitening kits.
  • Thin porcelain or composite shells bonded to the front surface of teeth.
  • Conceal imperfections like chips, cracks, gaps, and discoloration.
  • Application of tooth-colored resin to repair minor flaws like chips, gaps, and stains.
  • Less invasive than veneers, and can often be completed in a single visit.
  • Crowns made from tooth-colored materials to improve the appearance of misshapen, discolored, or damaged teeth.
  • Custom-made restorations used to repair and strengthen teeth with larger cavities or damage.
  • Can be made from tooth-colored materials for aesthetic purposes.
  • Reshaping of gum tissue to improve the balance and appearance of teeth and gums.
  • Corrects gummy smiles or uneven gum lines.
  • Minor adjustments to the shape, length, or surface of teeth.
  • Improves the symmetry and overall appearance of the smile.
  • Ultra-thin porcelain veneers that require minimal to no tooth reduction.
  • Preserves more natural tooth structure while enhancing aesthetics.
  • Application of small, decorative gems or ornaments to teeth for added sparkle.
  • Dentures designed to look natural and complement the patient’s facial features.

Restorative Dentistry

  • Restoration of cavities or minor tooth damage using materials like amalgam or composite resin.
  • Preserves tooth structure and prevents further decay.
  • Protective caps that cover and strengthen damaged, weakened, or heavily filled teeth.
  • Restores shape, appearance, and function of the tooth.
  • Fixed prosthetic devices used to replace one or more missing teeth.
  • Anchored to adjacent teeth or dental implants for support.
  • Removable prosthetic devices used to replace multiple missing teeth.
  • Partial dentures replace some teeth, while complete dentures replace a full arch.
  • Treatment to remove infected or damaged pulp from the tooth’s interior.
  • Preserves the tooth and eliminates pain caused by infection.
  • Removal of severely damaged, decayed, or problematic teeth that cannot be restored.
  • Preparation for prosthetic replacements like dentures or implants.
  • Restoration of teeth that have been worn down due to factors like bruxism (teeth grinding) or acidic erosion.
  • Repair of teeth that have been fractured, chipped, or displaced due to accidents or injuries.
  • Surgical placement of artificial tooth roots (implants) into the jawbone.
  • Supports crowns, bridges, or dentures for stable and natural-looking tooth replacement.
  • Removal of severely damaged, decayed, or problematic teeth that cannot be restored.
  • Preparation for prosthetic replacements like dentures or implants.


  • Metal brackets bonded to teeth and connected by wires that apply controlled pressure to move teeth into proper alignment.
  • Can correct a wide range of alignment and bite issues.
  • Series of transparent, removable aligners that gradually shift teeth over time.
  • More discreet and convenient compared to traditional braces.
  • Similar to traditional braces but with specialized brackets that use a sliding mechanism to reduce friction and discomfort.
  • Brackets and wires placed on the inner surface (lingual side) of teeth, making them virtually invisible from the outside.
  • Custom-made devices worn after orthodontic treatment to maintain the corrected alignment of teeth.
  • Can be removable or fixed (bonded behind the teeth).
  • Devices used to widen the upper jaw in cases of narrow arches or crowding.
  • Particularly useful in children during their growth phase.
  • Devices used to hold space for permanent teeth when primary teeth are lost prematurely.
  • Prevents crowding and alignment problems in the future.
  • Reevaluation and retreatment if teeth shift after the completion of orthodontic treatment.
  • Initial assessments to evaluate the alignment and bite of teeth.
  • Creation of a personalized treatment plan based on individual needs.
  • Orthodontic interventions in children to address developing alignment and bite issues.

Pediatric Dentistry

  • Early assessments of oral health in infants, including checking for proper tooth eruption and addressing any concerns.
  • Gentle cleanings to remove plaque and food debris.
  • Application of fluoride to strengthen developing teeth and prevent cavities.
  • Application of thin protective coatings on the molars to prevent cavities in vulnerable areas.
  • Early diagnosis and minimally invasive treatment of cavities.
  • Options may include fillings or crowns designed for children.
  • Devices used to preserve space for permanent teeth when primary teeth are lost prematurely.
  • Monitoring the development of the child’s bite and tooth alignment.
  • Referring to orthodontic specialists when needed.
  • Orthodontic interventions in children to address developing alignment and bite issues.
  • Guidance on how to address thumb-sucking, pacifier use, and other oral habits.
  • Providing care for children with physical, cognitive, or developmental challenges.
  • Guidance on the eruption sequence of baby teeth and the transition to permanent teeth.

Oral Surgery

  • Removal of damaged, decayed, impacted, or problematic teeth.
  • Simple extractions for visible teeth and surgical extractions for impacted or difficult-to-access teeth.
  • Surgical removal of third molars (wisdom teeth) that are impacted or causing pain, infection, or crowding.
  • Surgical insertion of artificial tooth roots (implants) into the jawbone to support prosthetic teeth.
  • Used for single tooth replacements, bridges, or dentures.
  • Removal and analysis of abnormal tissues, growths, or lesions in the mouth for diagnosis of potential diseases, including oral cancer.
  • Administration of anesthesia and sedation to ensure patient comfort and safety during surgical procedures.

Why Choose Us?

We understand that a smile is not just a set of teeth; it's a reflection of confidence, well-being, and self-expression.


We offer Comprehensive And Personalized Care

Our approach is rooted in tailoring each treatment plan to the individual needs and goals of our patients.


We have Advanced Technology for Superior Results

We embrace cutting-edge dental technology to provide the best possible outcomes for our patients.


Patient-Centered Experience & Trustworthy Professionals

We ensure that you're fully informed about your treatments and comfortable throughout your experience.


Ready for a brighter smile
and a new you?

Find us Here

Cape Office Park, 6th Floor
Ring Road, Kilimani
Opposite Yaya Center
Nairobi, Kenya

Get In touch

+254 717 852 786
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Business Hours

Mon - Fri: 8am- 5pm
Saturday: 8am-5pm
Public Holidays: 8am-5pm
Sunday: Closed