Are titanium screws that are surgically inserted into your jaw to replace the missing tooth (tooth root). It holds the abutment that supports your crowns or fixed bridge. They protect your jaw from bone loss. They are like natural teeth and they are the best teeth replacement.
Sinus Augmentation is a procedure that adds bone between the upper jaw and the maxillary sinuses, in the area of upper molars and premolars.
Is a surgical procedure that replaces the missing bone. It can be taken from the patients bone (autograft), from other individual freeze dried bone (allograft), or synthetic bones (hydroxyapatite)
Sometimes called dental porcelain laminate are thin porcelain material that are custom made and bonded on the facial surface of the teeth changing their color, shape, size, and length.
A thin layer of material that is directly placed on the facing of the tooth made from composite resin. It is used to treat slightly cracked tooth, discolored, chipped or even to cover spaces between teeth.
Lightens teeth and helps to remove stains and discoloration. Whitening is among the most popular cosmetic dental procedures because it can greatly improve how your teeth look. We provide a 12 min. teeth whitening procedure with the use of Epic Biolase
It is an artificial tooth that fabricated in the dental laboratory and cemented to your natural tooth to cover and restore its shape and function. This is the perfect restoration when your tooth is severely damaged, decayed or compromised aesthetically.
There are 3 types of Porcelain
Porcelain Fused to metal crown
All porcelain crown
Full metal crown
Replaces one or more missing teeth , involves grinding down the adjacent tooth to anchor the bridge.
The pontic of the artificial tooth is placed in between the natural teeth which is known as the abutments and cemented to it to form one piece.
A partial or complete set of teeth for the upper or lower jaw . It substitutes the missing natural teeth and the adjacent tissue.
Root canal treatment
Also known as endodontic treatment, is a dental procedure in which the diseased or damaged pulp (core) of a tooth is removed and the canal is sterilize, the inside areas (the pulp chamber and root canals) are filled and sealed. At our clinic, we use the latest technology to give you the fastest result with the EPIC Biolase Technology.
A procedure commonly done on children. It is the removal of the top portion of the nerve (to avoid root canal therapy) . In this procedure we use Epic Biolase laser to coagulate and antisepticise the exposed portion of the nerve. A medicament and filling material is then placed in the tooth.
It is made of ceramic and plastic compound. It is a tooth colored material that is placed on your tooth to restore the decayed part of the tooth.
Porcelain Inlay / Onlay
Made of porcelain that fits into and onto the tooth to make the tooth stronger when there is insufficient tooth structure left, but do not require a crown.
A chairside procedure wherein you place a tooth colored restorative material on a surface of the tooth that has decay or discoloration and abrasion
Surgical Removal of Third Molar
Also called Odontectomy. It is the removal of impacted wisdom tooth.
Gum Recountouring And Therapy
Sometimes known as gingival reshaping. It is a surgical removal of a portion of the gums using the Epic Biolase to a desired shape or contour. This procedure can be done with or without anesthetic.
It may consist of lifting the gum away to assist the removal of the plaque and bacteria through scaling and smoothening the tooth. Sometimes it involves bone grafting and the use of membrane to stabilize the mobile tooth.
Sub gingival Scaling And Root Planning
Most often known as deep cleaning. Scaling is the removal of deposits from the surface of the tooth. Root planning smoothens the rough root and removing any infected tooth structure. This procedure may reduce some causes of periodontal disease.
It is the removal of the tooth from its socket in the bone. This procedure is performed to remove infected tooth.
Metal And Ceramic Brackets
It is the appliance that is bonded to the surface of the tooth for the purpose of engaging an archwire. Metal brackets are the most common types that are used today.
It is made of stainless steel. Ceramic brackets are made from composite materials.
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