The health and appearance of your teeth play a crucial role in the happiness of your day to day life. Having a healthy and youthful smile can shape your confidence and affect how you feel about yourself, both personally and professionally. The desire to enhance the colour, shape and appearance of your smile is common at all ages, but it is often restrained by the costliness of dental care.
At GlobMed, we believe that budgetary constraints should not prevent anyone from achieving their ideal smile or living a life without Maxillofacial deformities, discomfort and pain.
We are growing a network of local dentists and maxillofacial surgeons working with world-class partners in three different countries. We strive to provide our clients with high-quality dental solutions at a reasonable price.
Everyone deserves a perfect smile
no matter who or where they are.
Cosmetic rehabilitation (sometimes called smile makeovers) differs from full mouth rehabilitation. Full mouth rehabilitation is designed to restore function and health, whereas cosmetic rehabilitation is a combination of techniques purely to enhance the cosmetic appearance of the mouth rather than function.Read More
A dental implant is a prosthetic replacement designed to look and function like a natural tooth. It can be a convenient, long term and discreet way to replace any tooth loss or gaps in the dentition. In addition, implants are an excellent low-key option to help build confidence, with the knowledge that your smile looks great.Read More
Full mouth rehabilitation is restoring the form and function of the masticatory apparatus to as near normal as possible. This procedure utilises a range of techniques to ensure the mouth, teeth and surrounding structures are all working as they are supposed to and in tandem. Full mouth rehabilitation is ideal for people with many teeth in decay and poor gum health.Read More
Orthognathic surgery, also known as corrective surgery, is undertaken by specialist oral and maxillofacial surgeons to correct the mandible and conditions associated with the mandible by placing the jaw and or the maxilla (cheek) in a new and more natural position. It is usually reserved for conditions that cannot be corrected with braces alone. There is a range of surgeries within orthognathic surgery, from genioplasty to sagittal split osteotomy and Maxillomandibular advancement (Bimaxillar advancement/Bimax).Read More
Wisdom teeth is the colloquial name given to the third and final set of molars, those at the very back of your mouth. They give their name to being the last teeth to emerge, and as such, people are generally older and supposedly wiser. However, often these teeth come with some complications and will need to be removed.Read More