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Dr. Saba Rasool - Dentist in Mumbai

Dr. Saba Rasool


  • Mumbai, Maharashtra
  • 3 Awards

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Clinic Locations

Emerald Glow Dental Centre

309, Sunshine Building No. T-39, Shastri Nagar, Andheri West, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,


  • Crowns and Bridges Fixing
  • Cast Partial Denture
  • Cosmetic/ Aesthetic Dentistry
  • Complete/Partial Dentures Fixing
  • Impaction / Impacted Tooth Extraction
  • Endo Surgery Or Apicoectomy
  • Flap Surgery
  • Laminates
  • Veneers / Laminates
  • Gum Disease Treatment/ Surgery
  • Conservative Dentistry
  • Dental Fillings
  • Dental Implant Fixing
  • Laser Gum Surgery
  • Invisible/Clear Braces
  • Smile Design
  • Scaling / Polishing
  • Wisdom Tooth Extraction
  • Teeth Whitening


  • Dentist
  • Implantologist
  • Dental Surgeon


  • Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences - 2000 Graduated

Work & Experience

  • Emerald Glow Dental Centre


  • New York University (Cosmetic Dentistry & Oral Rehabilitation)

  • Certificate of Implantology (Impart Education Mumbai)

  • Smylist Smile Design (Smylist Academy Hungary)


  • Indian Dental Association

Health Articles

Does Your Tongue Say About Your Health? Lets Checkout

The tongue is one of the most important sensory organs of our body that allows us to taste. Human tongues can be of different shapes, sizes, colors, or textures. So it is important to ensure that your tongue is healthy because experts say that a healthy tongue reveals that your health is at an optimum. Tongue Problems and Related Health Issues: The tongue is one of the five sensory organs of our body that allows us to taste and talk. The taste buds and tiny nodules known as papillae present on the rough surface of the tongue primarily induce the sensations of taste. The tongue is often referred to as the strongest muscle in your entire body.

Gum Disease: Symptoms, Stages and Treatment Procedure

Gum disease, commonly known as periodontal disease, is the term for infection and inflammation of the tissues that surround your teeth. Gum disease can be brought on by poor oral hygiene. Nevertheless, even with appropriate brushing and flossing, some people are more susceptible to this problem than others.

What to Know About Orthodontic Spacers

Orthodontic spacers, also known as separators, are tiny rubber or metal appliances placed between teeth to create space before orthodontic treatment. These spacers help make room for braces, bands, or other orthodontic appliances by gently pushing teeth apart. They are typically inserted a few days or weeks before the scheduled orthodontic procedure, allowing the teeth to gradually move and align properly. While wearing spacers, patients may experience discomfort or sensitivity, especially while chewing. It's crucial to follow the orthodontist's instructions regarding care and avoid certain foods that may dislodge or damage the spacers, ensuring the success of subsequent orthodontic treatment.

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