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Plaque and Tartar
Having your teeth cleaned professionally every six months, or more frequently as recommended by your dentist or hygienist.
Cleaning in between Teeth
Individuals vary greatly in their susceptibility to plaque and tartar. For many of us, these deposits build up faster as we age. Fighting tartar is a life-long component of oral care.
Dentures (Plastic & Porcelain Dentures)
Crowns & Bridges
When teeth are heavily decayed they may be too weak to survive with just a filling. By placing a crown, a tooth may be given a new lease of life. Even when a single tooth is lost a denture may not be required as a bridge can be made which spans the gap with a tooth attached to those next to the space.
The final crown is shaped as much as possible like the natural tooth to look and feel good. It is attached with special dental cements.
The denture base material used is flexible and is claimed to be a virtually unbreakable material by the manufacturers. Being flexible allows the denture to avoid transferring stresses on to the adjacent teeth and tissues thus minimizing the trauma of having a partial denture. The color of the denture base matches with the oral tissues to perfection and eliminates the use of metal clasps as in other partial dentures.
A branch of cosmetic dentistry that corrects and straightens misalignment of teeth which helps achieve a beautiful winning smile, healthier teeth and gums, better food digestion and generally a better feeling about oneself.
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Using the latest teeth whitening technology, this procedures utilizes whitening machine combined with safest medicaments which exceedingly results to a guaranteed whiter smile in 30 minutes.
Cosmetic Dentistry includes the treatment of your teeth to give it a naturally beautiful smile.
This is the most commonly used temporary material. When you have a small hole in the tooth, and the filling placed so that it is at least 4mm thick, it could last at least a few months before it washes out by dissolving and wear from saliva and eating.
Light Cure Filling
Light cure composite resins have certain advantages over silver fillings. These are:
- It is tooth coloured
- It bonds to the tooth surface
- Its strength is much more than silver amalgam
- Life of a resin filling is much more than silver amalgam.
Filling of teeth requires one sitting. It is a painless procedure. If tooth decay is not treated and allowed to spread the pulp of the tooth is destroyed which then needs root canal treatment that is longer and more expensive than a filling.
Sealants are a safe, painless and low cost way to protect your child's back teeth from decay. A thin layer of sealant is bonded to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth. The sealant forms a hard shield that keeps food and bacteria from getting into the tiny growers in the teeth and causing decay.
Preventing Tooth decay
Fluoride works by hardening the enamel to make the enamel of the teeth harder and more resistant to decay that forms on the sides and in-between teeth.
Tooth decay is the destruction of tooth structure and can affect both the enamel (the outer coating of the tooth) and the dentin layer of the tooth.
Impacted Teeth have been defined as those whose eruption is partially or wholly obstructed by bone or other teeth.
Practically any tooth may become impacted. The teeth are impacted most frequently are the upper lower 3rd molars (wisdom teeth), followed by the upper canines and the lower premolars.
The cause of impactions is more theoretical than factual. It seems probable that heredity-such as transmission of small jaws from one parent and large teeth from the other-may be an important etiological factor in impaction.
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The early stages of gum disease can often be reversed with proper brushing and flossing. Good oral health will help keep plaque from building up.
A professional cleaning by your dentist or hygienist is the only way to remove plaque that has built up and hardened into tartar. Your dentist or hygienist will clean or "scale" your teeth to remove the tartar above and below the gumline. If your condition is more severe, a root planing procedure may be performed. Root planing helps to smooth irregularities on the roots of the teeth making it more difficult for plaque to deposit there.
By scheduling regular checkups, early stage gum disease can be treated before it leads to a much more serious condition. If your condition is more advanced, treatment in the dental office will be required.
Periodontitis is the stage when the infection spreads from the gums to the underlying bone. In this stage bone that supports the tooth is lost. Signs that may warn you of trouble are: spaces begin to appear between teeth,
loosening of one or more teeth, vague aching, itching, or other discomfort in the gums.
With newer techniques and the latest advances in the field of Endodontics, the task of root canal is much simplified. Whenever any tooth gets decayed, the bacteria reach the nerve crossing all hard barriers like enamel and dentin. Once it attacks the nerve, then that shooting, pulsating pain and those sleepless nights. Now the only treatment is to remove the infected nerve from the tooth.
For patients, root canal therapy is one of the most feared procedures in all of dentistry; however, dental professionals assert that modern root canal treatment is relatively painless because the pain can be controlled.
Pain control medication may be used either before or after treatment.
Periapical X-rays show the whole tooth -- from the crown to beyond the end of the root to where the tooth is anchored in the jaw. Each periapical x-ray shows this full tooth dimension and includes all the teeth in one portion of either the upper or lower jaw. Periapical X-rays are used to detect any abnormalities of the root structure and surrounding bone structure.
This diagnostic tool is pre-requisite to orthodontic procedures. Panoramic X-ray makes a complete half circle from ear to ear to produce a complete two dimensional representation of all your teeth to give an overall picture of your teeth and jaw bones.
Cephalometric X-ray shows the entire side of the head. This type of X-ray is useful for examining the teeth in relation to the jaw and profile of the individual. Orthodontists use this type of X-ray to develop their treatment plans.
These are accurate three dimensional reproductions of the teeth and surrounding soft tissues of the patient's upper and lower jaw. Because these casts show a three-dimensional view of the condition existing in the mouth before, during and after the treatment, they are a particularly valuable diagnostic tool. Using diagnostic casts also allows the dentist to study the patient's mouth from angles usually impossible during a clinical examination.
Intra / Extra Oral Photo
With the intra / extra-oral photo, dentist can show a patient’s cavity, broken filling, broken tooth, bad crown, or gingival problem in a much clearer manner. Before and after photos are taken for cosmetic procedures as well.