The very first HDS branch was founded in 1977 in what is typically identified as Honda Road in Waljah. Since then, Dr Harub bin Mohammed al Kharusi, chairman, has gone on to take HDS to higher heights, culminating in the opening of its newest branch in Shatti al Qurum. The branch has been created and fitted to surpass any other dental clinic in the sultanate.
“I am glad to see such a clinic with high-quality equipment and this is a testament to how Omanis are capable of performing well in improving the private healthcare sector. We need to see many more such clinics in order to reduce pressure on government hospitals,” H E Dr Sa’eedi stated.
Managing director Dr Mohammed al Kharusi, who is Dr Harub’s son and is also a dental surgeon, stated 21st century dentistry has come a lengthy way and Oman is proud to have its personal Omani-run dental clinic housing very best of technologies and knowledge.
Dr Harub stated, “Today, when we have a patient with a missing tooth, we can use a 3D scan to plan the implant placement in the jaw; then use the CEREC (CAD/CAM machine) to design the crown on top of the implant. We can therefore place an implant and a crown during the same visit.”
The branch is equipped with the newest technologies, beginning from lasers, digital X-rays, 3D CT scans, intraoral cameras, to align technologies (invisible braces) utilized for orthodontic remedy.
HDS also holds the newest sort of CAD/CAM machinery that can mill a crown or a bridge for sufferers in a single pay a visit to.
Patients want to really feel relaxed and at ease when getting into a dental practice, Dr Mohammed stated. All the 13 dentists and specialists at HDS have graduated with university degrees and diplomas from leading universities all about the planet.
The practitioners continuously update their understanding and expertise by attending conferences and instruction courses, which is a requirement for all these operating at HDS.
Information Source: Muscat Daily