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.
Dental cleaning is the non-technical term used for professional oral cleaning.
Crowns remain one of the best techniques available to restore compromised teeth to full function, strength and aesthetics.
Most tooth extractions can be prevented; however there are certain conditions under which tooth removal is necessary for the proper health and function of the oral cavity.
All filling materials have advantages and disadvantages, after a complete examination of your mouth, we will be us able to recommend the filling best suited to your needs.
The use of implants provides patients with a superior technique to replace missing teeth resulting in improved comfort, speech, chewing, and a better sense of self-esteem.
Any child or adult participating in sport activities should always wear mouth protection. It is a cost-effective and trauma-free method to guard against damage to the oral cavity.
Endodontic therapy is probably one of the most misunderstood procedures performed in the dental office.
Sealant is a clear or coloured resin that flows into the grooves and depressions of the back teeth filling them in, rendering these areas resistant to tooth decay.
Veneers offer maximum aesthetics with minimum tooth reduction. They cannot support excessive forces, therefore caution is advised when biting into hard objects.
Teeth can become discoloured from tea, coffee, smoking, and aging. These are considered extrinsic or superficial stains and respond well to treatment.
The frequency at which x-rays are taken depend on age, disease susceptibility and symptoms.