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42 Best Doctors for Canine Teeth in Faisalabad

Dr. Naveed Akhter Sheikh

Dermatologist, Laser Specialist, Cosmetologist

M.B.B.S., F.R.S.H, CDC

Under 15 Min Wait Time
22 Years Experience
97% (367) Satisfied Patients Satisfied

Dr. Naveed Akhter Sheikh

Dermatologist, Laser Specialist, Cosmetologist

M.B.B.S., F.R.S.H, CDC

Under 15 Min Wait Time
22 Years Experience
Professional knowledgeable and short efficient wait time.

What is Canine Teeth?

Canine teeth, also known as cuspids, dog teeth, fangs are relatively long, pointed teeth. Often the largest and pointiest teeth in mammals, they are used for holding food to tear it apart and for biting. Most mammals have four canine teeth each, two on the upper jaw and two on the lower jaw.

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Who are the top doctors for Canine Teeth of January 2021 in Faisalabad?

Top 10 doctors for Canine Teeth of January 2021 in Faisalabad are:

  • Dr. Naveed Akhter Sheikh
  • Dr. Raza Hassan
  • Prof. Dr. Muhammad Arshad Badar
  • Dr. Hamza Tajammal
  • Dr. Amna Ahmed
  • Dr. Anza Akbar
  • Dr. Fraz Zafar
  • Dr. Mubrrah Nisar
  • Dr. Sumra Adnan
  • Dr. Hassan Javed

How can I book an appointment with a doctor for Canine Teeth in Faisalabad?

Click here to book an appointment with top doctors for Canine Teeth in Faisalabad. Or, you can also call at 0415068065 from 9AM to 11PM to book your appointment.

What is the fee range of top doctors for Canine Teeth in Faisalabad?

The fee for top doctors for Canine Teeth in Faisalabad ranges from 300 to 1000. You will pay at the reception when you visit the doctor.

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There are no additional charges when you book through oladoc.

What is Canine Teeth?

Canine teeth, also known as cuspids, dog teeth, fangs are relatively long, pointed teeth. Often the largest and pointiest teeth in mammals, they are used for holding food to tear it apart and for biting. Most mammals have four canine teeth each, two on the upper jaw and two on the lower jaw.