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Mobile Dental Clinic- University of Sharjah

The three main purposes of Mobile Dental Clinic-University of Sharjah are

Dental Service

Dental Education 

Research

OUR VISION

 

To provide oral care services to those who have difficulty accessing conventional dental clinics.

 

 

MISSION

 

Our mission is to improve oral health and quality of life of the elderly and those most in need, in urban and rural areas of Sharjah, by bringing mobile dental care to them.

As a full dental facility, with three fully equipped dental units, digital X-ray facility and wheel chair carrier lift, the Mobile Dental Clinic- University of Sharjah was in operation since beginning of the academic year 2016-17, ensuring ongoing care to the community of Emirate of Sharjah.

Mobile Dental Clinic (MDC) clinical operation meets the stringent Infection Prevention and Control standards and undergoes regular maintenance to ensure patient safety.

 

 

Community Outreach

 

Through the platform of Mobile Dental Clinic, we initiated a robust community outreach program, offering free preventive and restorative care that addresses the needs of the community.

 

 

Scope of dental services

 

·        Professional dental cleaning

·        Multiple fillings

·        Multiple extractions (tooth removal - excluding surgical extraction)

·        Emergency dental care to treat issues like dental pain or cavities, such as Endodontics (pulp removal) and referrals

 

 

MDC brings quality healthcare services closer to home at seven different locations across the Emirate of Sharjah (Khorfakkan, Kalba, Dibba, Al Madaam, Al Dhaid, Al Hameriya and Nursing Home-Muweilah).

 

During the academic year, dental services are initiated to improve oral health status of the Elderly population in Emirate of Sharjah.

 

With our valued resource of one full time clinical staff along with 4 local residents and a team of 60 graduates supervised by dental faculty and three auxiliary staff three times a week we were able to serve elderly patients.