Making An Appointment

At German Dental & Neuromuscular Clinic, we are dedicated to making every patient feel at home and having an amazing experience when they visit us. Please rest assured that your first visit and all subsequent appointments will be as pleasant as possible

Our team will ask for the following information when you call to make an appointment:

  • The reason for your visit, to be able to offer the best solution.
  • Have you visited our clinic before or it is your first visit? 
  • Have you been referred to any of our doctors – if not, do you have a preference (male/female doctor, specialty, language preference, suitable date & time).
  • Your personal information (your name, date of birth,  mobile number, insurance company name). Kindly note that we operate on reimbursement basis (claim forms).
  • If you have any recent x-rays, kindly email them to us on  clinic@germandent.com or bring them with you to the clinic (if on a CD).
  • You will receive a confirmation and reminder message one day prior your booking.

Your First Visit to German Dental & Neuromuscular Clinic

  • Our receptionist will greet you, ask for a valid ID (Emirates ID or passport), and take a photo shoot for you so she can open a file for you.
  • You will be asked kindly to fill a registration form and to sign it.
  • The receptionist will ask you about copies of any old x-rays if you have in order to save them in your file.
  • Once you complete the registration, the dental assistant will invite you to the treatment room to get ready for the consultation and examination with the dentist.
  • The dentist will do a proper check-up, inform you of the checking findings and explain & discuss with you the needed treatments.

Oral Examination at German Dental & Neuromuscular Clinic

During The First Dental Examination Appointment, Our Dentists Will Check:
Examine the overall health and oral hygiene
Check if there is any tooth decay, root decay, and gum or bone disease
Check the bite and jaw problems
Conduct a TMJ exam (temporomandibular joint or jaw joints)
Perform a radiographic exam (x-rays) and diagnosis if needed