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Nawaloka Hospitals re-opens new improved dental unit to offer best in class dental care


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Sri Lanka’s pioneer private healthcare provider, Nawaloka Hospitals, re-opened its Dental Unit recently to provide preventive and curative dental care to patients, using a multidisciplinary approach. Led by Resident Dental Surgeon Dr. Manori Danthurebandara, the Dental Unit employs the services of six dental surgeons, seven dental consultants, five dental assistants, and a qualified nurse. Moreover, the Nawaloka Dental Unit is well-equipped with the latest dental machines and equipment, and sources dental supplies of the highest quality. As such, the Dental Unit possesses the professional capability, strategic prowess, and expertise to offer best in class dentistry care to patients.

“Our approach to taking care of patients is a comprehensive one. We take several steps beyond merely taking care of the matter at hand, and examine each patient thoroughly to identify any underlying dental issues to recommend further treatment. If we identify potential problems, we refer the patient to the relevant consultant, and follow up their treatment plan through to the end,” commented Nawaloka Hospitals Resident Dental Surgeon Dr. Manori Danthurebandara.

Nawaloka Dental Unit provides a wide range of dental care services from basic dental check-ups, teeth cleaning, advanced implants, and crown placements to aesthetic dentistry. The unit employs the services of experienced maxillofacial surgeons, orthodontists, and dental surgeons to provide advanced paediatric, restorative, and oral cancer care. 

Nawaloka Hospitals Dental Unit provides accurate diagnostics supported by dental radiography services. 

“The collective strength of our team enables us to offer best in class care to our patients. Starting from thorough investigations to detect even the faintest sign of potential dental issues, to designing and implementing precise treatment plans, we maintain a high level of dedication to each and every one of our patients,” commented Dr. Danthurebandara.

 


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