Klinik Pergigian Azizah is a dental practice committed to pain free dentistry, and as part of that commitment, we offer a comprehensive service for all dental treatments and we also offer every dental treatment you may require. 

Our dentists are experience in several different areas, including children’s dentists and cosmetic dentists and dentistry, in order to carry out any procedures necessary. 

Therefore, our dental practice offers its pain free dentistry to those of all ages. From dental hygiene, dentures, braces, and implants, to various oral procedures available including cosmetic dentistry and oral surgery.


Are you unhappy with your smile? Are your teeth too long, too short, chipped, stained or mal-positioned?

A fantastic smile can make a huge difference to the way we look and feel. Fortunately technological advances in cosmetic dentistry have made it possible to achieve the perfect smile of which you have always dreamed, and we are here to help.

Every step is undertaken with the utmost care, skill and attention to detail, using only the finest materials and expert technicians. Our cosmetic dentistry treatments include crowns, veneers, bridges, dental/tooth implants, aesthetic restorations and full mouth rehabilitations. A mock-up of the final result of your cosmetic dentistry procedure can be produced to ensure you achieve the smile that you will want to show off at every opportunity..


Paediatric dentistry is a speciality concerned with all aspects of dental care for young children and adolescents. 

Childhood has been identified as the most important period in a person's dental treatment, and it is very important to ensure that the child grows up with a positive attitude towards dental health. 

We would prefer to start seeing patients as young as twelve months old. This enables us to check for early signs of disorders, to advise parents on dental health, and to establish good preventive habits at an early stage. 


Permanent tooth that has become completely non-vital and that can’t be saved using any other restorative procedures will have to be extracted. Extraction involves local anesthesia to prevent undue pain and stress on the patient. The tooth is normally checked to see its root condition i.e. whether there is potential breakage of root. 
If required, an X-ray examination will be done to ensure the whole root profile can be examined. Many factors affect the complexity on an extraction such as the profile of the tooth, the condition of the gums, patient anxiety and also brittleness of the tooth structure.


To treat a cavity your dentist will remove the decayed portion of the tooth and then "fill" the area on the tooth where the decayed material once lived.
Fillings minimal areas of tooth decay may be successfully restored using dental fillings. Traditionally, teeth were restored using amalgam (silver), and this material still has its place in some cases, but we are now able to offer patients a choice in materials. If aesthetics is a concern, composite resin (a tooth colored material) may be used that is virtually undetectable in the mouth.


Endodontics, or root canal treatment is enough to have the most brave patients feeling a little nervous! 

However at klinik Pergigian Azizah a potentially daunting endodontic treatment is made easy by our dentist. With years of experience and kind-hearted nature, our dentist is skillfully able to restore the most difficult-to-manage cases in a comfortable and friendly environment.

Endodontic treatment is required when the inside of a tooth becomes infected or inflamed due to decay or trauma. The procedure involves the endodontist removing the source of infection under a binocular microscope, cleaning and shaping the space inside the root and then filling it to avoid future infection. Local anaesthesia is provided to ensure patient comfort, and the entire procedure should take one or two visits.


Minor oral surgery is a procedure common to a few types of treatment needs: 
-  Removal of impacted wisdom tooth. 
-  Removal of broken root. 
-  Removal of badly chipped tooth.

Minor oral surgeries like extraction normal teeth, impacted molars, apicectomy, periodontal surgery etc are performed here after thorough evaluation and planning.


Crowns are a cap used to cover over a tooth that may be broken or decayed to strengthen or improve the cosmetic appearance of the tooth. Crowning is a popular procedure. Types of dental crowns:
-  Metal crown can be made of gold alloy, palladium, nickel alloy, or chromium alloy. 

   Metal crowns are ideal for use on the back teeth. 
- Ceramic crowns look like normal teeth and are ideal for use on the front teeth. 
- Porcelain crowns are composed of porcelain fused to metal. These crowns are   

  stronger than ceramic crowns and look like normal teeth.

Depending on the condition of the tooth, a  root canal may be necessary before placing a dental crown on the tooth. The dentist will then file the tooth down to make room for the crown. An impression of the tooth and the surrounding teeth will then be made to create a crown. An acrylic crown will be put on the tooth in the meantime. The permanent crown is put in place during a follow up visit.


A dental bridge is an appliance used to fill a gap from a missing tooth. You can greatly enhance the appearance of your teeth and get a beautiful smile with dental bridging.

Types of dental bridges:
- Traditional bridges consist of two crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap with  
   a false tooth in between.
- Cantilever bridges are used when there are teeth on only one side of the gap. 
- Maryland bonded bridges are made up of plastic teeth and gums supported by  a 

   metal framework.

The dentist begins bridgework by filing down the teeth to accommodate the crowns. Impressions of the teeth are made to create the dental crowns. The false tooth (or teeth) will then be bonded to the crowns. The bridge will be put in place during a follow up visit.


Teeth implants are commonly referred to as artificial teeth, and thus people often use ‘teeth implants ’ and 'dental implant’ synonymously. Yet implants are actually just artificial roots. Made of titanium, these teeth implants are screwed into the bone, and as time passes, the bone fuses to the implant. The resulting stable foundation may then be restored with a crown, bridge or denture, and the final structure then looks like an implanted tooth.

As the closest replacement for natural teeth available, implants provide excellent function as well as appearance. The implant is placed during a brief operation usually requiring only local anaesthetic. Teeth implants are an ideal option for non-smoking patients in good general health, who have good oral hygiene


Orthodontics is a speciality of dentistry that is primarily concerned with the treatment of malocclusions (improper bites).

Orthodontic treatment is the use of braces, most commonly to straighten crooked teeth or to correct prominent upper front teeth. Fixed braces work by moving teeth in the bones so that all the teeth will be aligned and later, use the back teeth as an anchor to pull the front teeth. Two common types of fixed braces available are Metal braces and Ceramic braces


Teeth whitening has become one of the most popular ways to enhance your smile. 

At Klinic Pergigian Azizah, we offer a range of teeth whitening options and our dentist will provide you with all the facts you need to make an informed decision about your teeth.

Whitening of the teeth is performed for patients who desire a brighter smile. Tooth whitening can be performed to reduce discoloration and staining, or simply to provide the patient with whiter, brighter teeth. One visit is usually all it takes for a bright smile.


Whilst regular scaling is effective enough for general removal of plaque and tartar on the inner and outer surfaces of the teeth, the Air-Flow method effectively removes stains reaching small gaps in between the teeth and under the gums that cannot be reached with regular scaling.


A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and adjacent tissues. It is made of acrylic resin, sometimes in combination with various metals. Complete dentures replace all the teeth, while a partial denture fills in the spaces created by missing teeth and prevents other teeth from changing position. Complete dentures are either "conventional" or "immediate."

A conventional denture is placed in the mouth about a month after all the teeth are removed to allow for proper healing, whereas an immediate denture is placed as soon as the teeth are removed. The drawback behind an immediate denture is that it may require more adjustments after the healing has taken place.