Over the years, teeth become stained and worn from food, drinks, medication and personal habits such as smoking. In order to brighten your smile, you may think of looking into teeth whitening services, this procedure can be easily done at our dental office.
Root Canal treatment is usually required when there is an irreversible injury to the nerve of a tooth. This can be due to a large cavity that is present or due to trauma such as a fracture.
Once a tooth is injured, diseased, or cracked, it is sometimes possible to open the tooth and clean out the damaged tissue inside. Root canal treatment or “therapy” allows us to save a diseased tooth by removing the disease and bacteria from inside the tooth, filling it, and sealing it.
Crowns, Bridges, Dentures
A crown is a cap that protects the tooth. It is required when a tooth is badly broken down, has a large restoration or needs root canal treatment. This is a 2 stage process. In stage 1, your tooth is trimmed and a temporary crown is placed. Impressions are sent to the lab to design a crown that is custom made to fit your tooth. In stage 2, the temporary crown is removed and the lab-fabricated custom crown is cemented on.
Bridges and dentures are used to replace missing teeth. A bridge is a fixed option to replace one or more missing teeth, whereas dentures are removable.
Implants are an excellent way of replacing natural teeth in a safe, effective, long-lasting way. Implants can be utilized in many different ways. We can use implants to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, or an entire arch of teeth. They are strong, stable, durable and virtually undetectable. At our practice, we offer implant dentistry services designed to restore your teeth and maintain the structural integrity of your mouth.
Aesthetic dentistry is all about individualized treatment. We look at your dental problem and provide the optimum solution for your dental health and function, whilst at the same time achieving a beautiful and natural appearance.
Orthodontics involves correcting teeth that are badly positioned, crooked or overcrowded, as well as closing gaps between teeth and correcting bites. This is done using orthodontic braces which move the teeth into the correct positions and alignment. Today there are many different types of braces with ‘invisible’ braces becoming increasingly popular, particularly for adult patients. In fact, it is really never too late to have your teeth straightened and today there are numerous options for more convenient, faster and effective treatments. Visit our practice to review the different Orthodontics treatments we offer, and which one is right for you.
Invisalign is an excellent solution for patients with mildly or moderately crowded teeth, widely spaced teeth, overbites, cross-bites and underbites. Invisalign can give you a beautiful smile, but there are more benefits to straight teeth than the ones that meet the eye.
We use a custom-made series of aligners created for you and only you. The Invisalign aligners are made of smooth, comfortable and virtually invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth. Based on the exact movement that we plan for you, Invisalign aligners will gradually and gently shift your teeth into ideal place. The trays are comfortable for the sensitive tissues of your gums and cheeks, and they can even be removed while you eat and brush your teeth as you normally would. Invisalign aligners have no metal brackets, they are clear and the best part is when you are using them, most people won't even know that you are straightening your teeth.
A healthy smile means healthy gums. Good periodontal health is the foundation of strong, healthy teeth. Regular hygiene appointments and check-ups allow the dental health professionals to assess your gums and measure your gingival pockets as well as any gingival recession. This allows us to make a suitable treatment plan to suit your individual needs.
If a tooth is very badly damaged, it may need to be removed. Our health professionals will make sure you are safe, comfortable and at ease during the entire procedure. Sedation options can be discussed if required.