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Dental Aesthetics is the branch of Dentistry that aims to harmonize oral health and the aesthetic aspects of the mouth. The aesthetic harmony of the mouth goes beyond having white or beautiful teeth, that is why in our dental clinic we only propose those treatments that you need to meet your expectations.
White filling material (made of powdered glass or other ceramic particles added to a resin base) is the material of choice for restoration of small cavities. Major advances in the properties of this material have allowed us to completely change the way we treat decay. With less drilling we can keep more of your healthy tooth and provide an absolute colour match to your original tooth. Dental composites use extremely complex chemistry and rely upon expert technique and high quality materials to provide optimal results.
Endodontics is more commonly known as root canal treatment. It is necessary when the pulp or nerve at the centre of the tooth becomes infected or inflamed, due to tooth decay or trauma. This treatment involves clearing the infection from the tooth with special files, under a binocular microscope. The space inside the root is then cleaned and filled to prevent further infection. It is common to place a crown on top of the tooth at the end of the procedure, to provide extra strength. Treatment is carried out under local anaesthetic so should be pain-free, and will require one or two visits to the practice.
Periodontal disease, commonly known as gum disease, is one of the leading causes of tooth loss for adults. There are two forms of gum disease, the milder version being gingivitis and the more serious form being periodontitis.
Gum disease is caused by bacterial plaque, with other factors including poor nutrition, smoking, tooth grinding, diabetes, stress and genetics. Furthermore, some medications can increase the likelihood of developing the condition. Most people will experience gingivitis at some stage of life, if this is not treated it will evolve to periodontitis which is the inflammation of the whole tooth complex. This disease can cause tooth ligaments detaching, destruction of surrounding bone, teeth becoming loose and finally lead to tooth loss.
We treat periodontal cases with a mixture of non-surgical and may use periodontal lasers for some treatments - tailored to each individual patient's needs. Treatments include removal of the bacteria that cause the condition and education about how to manage the condition and stop it from progressing.
Everybody deserves a beautiful and even smile. It can take only one crooked tooth to stay in the way of yours. There are various options to get your teeth straightened, here we will elaborate the best one for you.
Don't hesitate and contact us to make an appointment to find out what is best for you. And don't forget - your're never too old to wear braces or get your teeth straightened.
Loose Appliances - Fixed Appliances - Functional Therapy - Correction of habits - Invisible aligners
Book a consultation at our clinics. We work with you on an individual basis and budget to tailor your specific requirements.
Dental hygiene focuses on the health of your teeth, gums, mouth and can even extend to your throat. Getting good oral health and teeth cleaning advice from a hygienist is crucial, otherwise it can lead to embarrassing and potentially serious conditions. Regular check-ups as well as regular professional cleanings are important and can prevent worsening of carious lesions and periodontal disease.
During your appointment our specialist will review your past medical and dental history, assess the current health of your mouth and surrounding tissue, provide treatment at our clinic over time using the latest technology, educate you about oral health, such as how to brush teeth, and advice plus product recommendations. Afterwards, we will send you home from our clinic with a tailored treatment plan to maintain your oral health, fresh breath, good teeth cleaning practices and prevent future issues and recommend specialist treatment where necessary
Stained teeth can make you feel self-conscious about smiling. Teeth whitening can be a good solution for certain types of tooth staining.
To ensure your safety we only do in-house whitening. A protective barrier is placed on your gums and lips, and a gel is placed on your teeth. A lamp is positioned over the teeth and this activates the bleaching process. After one hour you can expect your teeth to look a few shades brighter and is a popular choice with many patients who have an important event coming up where they want to look their best.
Please note, a consultation is required before undergoing teeth whitening since decay and calculus can impede the results. Therefore, a professinal cleaning should be done before.
Exsisting restaurations will usually not brighten when being bleached so they should be replaced and adapted to your new tooth color after treatment.
Crowns - Veneers - Brigdes - Dentures - Crowns over implants
The uneven surface of the tongue can trap odor-producing bacteria, which contribute to bad breath. Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be embarrassing and, in some cases, even cause anxiety.
In our dental office we provide an individual bad breath analysis. It includes an extensive analysis of possible causes (diet, smoking, diseases etc.) and we offer you an individual plan to improve your breath and regain your confidence.
Pediatric dentistry is dedicated to the oral healt of your children from infancy to teenage. It consists of prevention, treatment, education and motivation about oral care.
x-rays do not always provide all information needed for a successful treatment. By means of CBCT a three dimensional image of your teeth as well as the surrounding strucutures is created.
The additional information given by the CBCT image allows to analyze every structure of the area of interest. However, a CBCT image is not always necessary or indicated since the exposure to radiation is higher than the one of an simple x-ray.
Surgery and facial trauma