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Whitening

Cosmetic dental procedure that involves the use of special products and equipment to whiten the teeth. The procedure is done to remove stains and discoloration that have accumulated on the teeth over time due to aging, consumption of certain foods and drinks, smoking, or poor dental hygiene.

DENTAL IMPLANT

Titanium post that is surgically placed into the jawbone beneath the gum line to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge, or denture. It is a popular and effective dental treatment option for individuals who have lost one or more teeth due to injury, decay, or periodontal disease.

ROOT CANAL

A dental procedureĀ is done to treat a tooth that is infected or damaged. It entails taking out the diseased or harmed pulp (soft tissue) from inside the tooth, cleaning and sanitizing the root canals, and then filling and sealing the tooth to stop future infection or injury.

TOOTH FILLING

Cavities (tooth decay) are treated using dental restoration procedures, and teeth that have been damaged or fractured are fixed. In this process, the decaying or damaged tooth material is removed, and the empty area is filled in with porcelain, composite resin, or amalgam.

TOOTH CLEANING

To remove plaque, tartar, and stains from the teeth, a dentist or dental hygienist will perform a dental treatment. It is crucial for preserving excellent oral health and avoiding dental issues including tooth decay, gum disease, and others.

ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT

Aims to treat dental and facial anomalies such crowded teeth, an overbite or underbite, crooked teeth, and malocclusions (misaligned teeth and jaws). To realign the teeth and jaws, a variety of orthodontic instruments including braces, aligners, and other tools are used.

LASER RCT

In a dental office, laser root canal therapy (RTC) is a cutting-edge, minimally invasive method of treating root canal infections. This process is a cutting-edge replacement for conventional root canal therapy, which removes diseased or damaged tissue using drills and other hand tools.

SCALING

For maintaining good oral hygiene and preventing tooth decay, gum disease, and other oral health issues, scaling is a crucial practise. To maintain the teeth and gums healthy and clean, scaling should be done on a regular basis, often every six months or as directed by a dentist.

FIXED PROSTHESIS

A fixed prosthesis is normally obtained over the course of numerous dental sessions. The dentist will remove any damaged or decaying tissue and shape the remaining tooth structure to suit the prosthesis during the initial appointment to prepare the tooth or teeth for the prosthesis.

CORE BUILD UPS

After a root canal, a tooth can support a dental crown by having a core buildup, a restorative dental operation that uses a particular filler substance to replace missing tooth tissue. To assist the new material fit in with the colour of your tooth, your endodontist may utilise composite materials that are tooth-colored.

VENEERS

Custom-made covers for your teeth’s front surfaces are called dental veneers. They cover up stains, chips, cracks, and other visual flaws. One of the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures is veneer placement. Depending on what you want to achieve specifically, there are various veneer varieties available.

METAL CERAMIC CROWN

A metal ceramic crown, also known as a porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) crown, is a type of dental crown that is used to restore a damaged or decayed tooth. It is composed of a metal substructure, usually made of a high-noble metal alloy, that is covered with a layer of porcelain.

ZIRCONIA CROWN

Zirconia, a very durable material that is compatible with the human body, is used to make this particular type of crown. Zirconia is renowned for its strength and durability and is employed in numerous different medical applications, including prosthetic joints.

EMAX CROWN

Emax crowns are known for their excellent strength and aesthetics. The material used in Emax crowns is highly translucent, which allows them to closely mimic the natural appearance of teeth. This makes them a popular choice for both front and back teeth restorations.

REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE

A removable partial denture (RPD) is a dental prosthesis used to replace missing teeth when some natural teeth still remain in the mouth. It consists of a framework made of metal or acrylic that supports the artificial teeth and attaches to the remaining natural teeth using clasps or other retention devices.

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