Modern bonding techniques have presented new ways to quickly and economically enhance a smile.
A bridge consists of three basic units, a false tooth replacing the lost one and two “anchor” crowns – one on either side to which it is attached.
Composite filling materials are made up of composite quartz resin and usually contain some sort of light sensitive agent.
Crowns are usually indicated when your own natural teeth are badly broken down.
Porcelain inlays and onlays are chosen to replace large, old posterior fillings that are breaking down, and where strength and aesthetics are of concern.
Veneers are thin porcelain facings that are bonded to the surface of teeth. They can be used to build up teeth that are broken, chipped, or misaligned.
Teeth can become discoloured from tea, coffee, smoking, and aging. These are considered extrinsic or superficial stains and respond well to treatment.