Dr. Imneet Madan

Specialist Pediatric Dentist
MSC Lasers Dentistry (Germany)
MDS Pediatric Dentistry
MBA (Hospital Management)
Children's Dental Center, Dubai

A Contemporary, Compassionate Style

Welcome to the pedodontic practice of Dr. Imneet Madan at Dr. Michaels Dental Clinic in Dubai. Dr. Imneet specializes in a modern approach in taking care of children’s oral health. Instead of traditional practices that just "clean teeth", "fill small cavities" and "extract baby teeth with big cavities", she believes in a proactive method centered on prevention and parent education.

She pioneers the field of Laser Assisted root canal treatments in baby teeth. This procedure helps maintain even grossly decayed baby teeth until the time they naturally fall off.

Her current approach of pain free dentistry which she calls “Magic Light Dentistry” with laser is a popular choice amongst the children and parents.

Dr. Imneet is a highly trained and experienced Pediatric Dentist who has been in private practice since 2002. She graduated from Rajiv Gandhi University, India in 2000 and advanced with a pediatric dental specialty training from the same university in 2002. She earned her Master degree in the field of hospital management in 2007 and earned her Master’s in Lasers Dentistry from RWTH, Aachen, Germany in 2013. In 2015, she completed an Advanced Lasers Course from the European University College in Dubai.

Dr. Imneet is actively involved in continuing education. She has been invited as a speaker in many conferences in Dubai, Paris, Berlin, Aachen, Munich, Istanbul, New Delhi, Pattaya and Sopot. She also conducts Biolase Laser Training Courses here in the UAE.

She is currently a member of the Indian Society of Pedodontics & Preventative Dentistry, American Dental Association, European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry, and the International Association of Pediatric Dentistry.

Dr. Imneet is committed to providing compassionate care and progressive treatment to children in Dubai. Her personalized style is loved by families as they enter the relaxed and friendly environment of her office.

Dr. Imneet and waterlase

Speciality Practice

With the broad experience of ten years, Dr. Imneet not only takes care of your child's dental health but the overall well being with her tender loving approach. She is extremely versatile in adapting her chair-side manner to the age of the patient in order to make the dental experience pleasant and fear free. She super specializes in doing root canal therapies on baby teeth in order to keep the teeth with big cavities intact in the mouth until they fall out on their own.

Primary Teeth Diagram

Since primary teeth stay in the mouth until the age of 10-13 years, it makes it quite important to take good care of the same at both prevention and treatment levels.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Pediatric Dentist?

A Pediatric Dentist has a specialized training of extra 2-3 years after dental school and is dedicated to the oral health of children from infancy through the teenage years. They understand child psychology and thus use various behavior management or behavior modification methods to make dental treatment most comfortably acceptable to your child.

At what age should my child visit the dentist?

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that a child's first visit to the dentist should occur by 12 months of age.

How can I prevent decay caused by nursing?
  • Avoid nursing children to sleep or putting anything other than water in their bed-time bottle. Also, learn the proper way to brush and floss your child's teeth.
  • Take your child to a pediatric dentist regularly to have his/her teeth and gums checked.
What guidelines will help children remain cavity free?

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends:

  • Brush with a fluoride toothpaste twice a day, once in the morning after breakfast and at night before bed.
  • Floss children's teeth once a day.
  • Visit your pediatric dentist every 6 months.
  • Get enough fluoride through drinking water and other fluoride products and fluoride supplements, if necessary.
  • Snack moderately – no more than twice a day.
Why are "baby teeth" important?

The first tooth is usually lost around age 6 and the primary molars must remain in place until 10 to 12 years of age. Primary teeth are necessary for

  • proper chewing
  • speech
  • development of the jaws and esthetics
  • keep the space for the permanent teeth to erupt in the right place

Care of the primary teeth is important not only for proper function, but also to avoid a number of unpleasant conditions, such as pain, that result from their neglect.

How important is a child's diet in the prevention of cavities?

Although a well-balanced diet is important in preventing cavities and to ensure good general health, cavities are not only the result of what children eat but also the frequency of meals. Frequent snacking without brushing leaves food on the teeth longer and increases the likelihood of a cavity developing. Additionally, frequent "sipping" on sugar-drinks (including juice and soda) in a baby bottle, "sippy" cup, or re-sealable bottle can cause widespread dental cavities.

How often does my child need to see the pediatric dentist?

A check-up every six months is recommended in order to prevent cavities and other dental problems. However, Dr. Imneet can tell you when and how often your child should visit based on their personal oral health.

Dr. Imneet And Laser Dentistry

A Whole New World of Pain-free Dentistry for Kids

Dr. Michael’s Dental Clinic makes oral health more fun for children

The very thought of dental masks, needles and cold instruments being prodded in the mouth could strike fear in anyone seeking dental appointment. When it comes to our little ones, this fear is much more exaggerated. As a result, your child may not be able to relax or sit still long enough to receive proper dental treatment.

At Dr. Michael’s Dental Clinic, we understand that dental anxiety can be a stumbling block to ensuring your child’s oral health. That is why we make use of the best, most up-to-the-minute dental technologies available to put your child’s safety and comfort above all.

With the dawn of Lasers in Dentistry, the feeling of anxiety can now be well replaced with those of fun and excitement.

No shots. No drills. No fear.

Dr. Michael’s offers Waterlase, the most advanced technology in laser dentistry. It not only replaces the much-feared drill; it also eliminates the use of needles.

In the practice of our pediatric dentist Dr. Imneet Madan, our younger patients feel exceptionally comfortable. A lot of them describe their experience as nothing more than an occasional faint sensation of popping on the tooth.

"The laser can be related to the feeling of popcorn bursting. Some kids would say they imagine Star Wars-shooting at the bacteria," says Dr. Imneet.

This technology uses a unique, powerful interaction of air, water and laser energy that reduces the need for anesthesia (shots) when performing routine dental procedures. Unlike the much-dreaded dental drill, this laser does not require direct contact with the tooth surface. It works at pinpoint precision without heat, vibration or pressure.

No Pain. No Trauma.

The same technology is applicable to soft tissue procedures where the laser promises precise cutting, faster healing and no bleeding.

When it comes to saving severely decayed baby teeth, the use of the diode laser has been pioneered by Dr. Imneet. So far, the success rate of her laser-assisted root canal treatments comes close to 100 percent. She firmly believes in performing this procedure even on baby teeth that would otherwise be indicated for early extractions. Early loss of baby teeth could later on subject a child to more complex orthodontic procedures.

We recommend a dental check-up every six months for optimum oral health. With the best technology and providers in hand, we invite you and your child to come and visit Dr. Michael’s Children’s Dental Center.

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