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Fillings & Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment (RCT) involves the removal of inflamed or diseased pulp from inside the tooth, in order to save the tooth. After the RCT, the patient must return for the placement of a crown. The crown strengthens the tooth and offers a seal that keeps contaminants out, thereby preventing the need for another RCT.
A Filling is material that fills the opening that’s left after a decayed portion of a tooth has been removed. Fillings fall into three categories: amalgam, composite and GIC.
1) Amalgam Fillings use an alloy (mixture) of mercury and other metals (such as silver, copper or tin) that is carved and contoured after placement in the tooth.
2) Composite Fillings use a composite made of minute glass or ceramic particles that are mixed into a gel-like substance. The color of the substance is similar to that of a tooth. After it is applied to the tooth, the composite is hardened using a light that causes it to solidify almost instantly.
3) GIC Fillings use a gel-like composite (mixture) made of minute glass particles. After it is applied to the tooth, it sets within five to 10 minutes. The composite bonds to the tooth and releases fluoride into the tooth for a period of time.

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Implants & Aesthetic Dentistry

An implant is a prosthetic solution that replaces a missing tooth. It offers the most realistic, long-lasting solution for the restoration of functionality and your smile. Made of titanium, it is placed in the jaw and a crown is placed on top, providing the appearance of a natural tooth. It offers greater stability and durability than other solutions designed to replace missing teeth.
Aesthetic dentistry includes a variety of treatments that can alter the look of the teeth and gums. Solutions include braces and aligners, veneers, implants, crowns, inlays / onlays, bridges, dentures, tooth recontouring, teeth whitening, gingival sculpting, and gum depigmentation.
1) Traditional braces are available in ceramic or metal, with silver or colored modules (the small pieces that hold the wires in place on the teeth).
2) Self-ligating braces are available in ceramic or metal; modules are not required.
3) Lingual braces are placed behind the teeth; they are available in ceramic and metal.
4) An aligner is a transparent plastic sheath that fits over the teeth to reposition them.
5) Veneers are custom-made shells that cover the front of the teeth to correct stained, chipped, decayed or crooked teeth.
7) Crowns are made of ceramic, metal or porcelain fused to metal. They cover teeth to restore them to their normal shape and size or to hide chips or discoloration. Crowns are also required for implants and after a root canal treatment.
8) A Bridge is a set of artificial teeth that replaces two or more adjacent missing teeth, using the natural teeth on both sides of the gap to anchor the artificial teeth in place.
9) Dentures are artificial teeth, typically removable, that replace several missing teeth. Full and partial dentures are available.
10) Teeth Whitening is a process in which a chemical solution is applied to the teeth to lighten the color of teeth. The process often includes the use of a curing light.

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Bridges, Crowns & Dentures

A bridge is a set of artificial teeth that replaces two or more adjacent missing teeth, using the natural teeth on both sides of the gap to anchor the artificial teeth in place. Dont delay contact us today so we cna provide you best features.
Crowns are made of ceramic, metal or porcelain fused to metal. They cover teeth to restore them to their normal shape and size or to hide chips or discoloration. Crowns are also required for implants and after a root canal treatment.
Dentures are artificial teeth, typically removable, that replace several missing teeth. Full and partial dentures are available.

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Braces & Aligners

Traditional braces treat an abnormal bite or crooked teeth by correcting the placement of the teeth. Traditional braces are available in ceramic or metal, with silver or colored modules (the small pieces that hold the wires in place on the teeth)
Self-ligating braces treat an abnormal bite or crooked teeth by correcting the placement of the teeth. They are available in ceramic or metal; modules are not required.
Lingual braces treat an abnormal bite or crooked teeth by correcting the placement of the teeth. They are placed behind the teeth; they are available in ceramic and metal.
An aligner corrects the placement of the teeth. It is a transparent plastic sheath that fits over the teeth to reposition them.

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Pediatric Dentistry

Braces and Aligners straighten the teeth, making it easier for the patient to bite, chew and speak.
Braces can correct misaligned teeth, prevent speech problems; improve chewing capacity.
1) Traditional braces are available in ceramic or metal, with silver or colored modules (the small pieces that hold the wires in place on the teeth).
2) Self-ligating braces are available in ceramic or metal; modules are not required.
3) Lingual braces are placed behind the teeth; they are available in ceramic and metal.
4) An aligner is a transparent plastic sheath that fits over the teeth to reposition them.
An Extraction is performed to remove a decayed or severely damaged tooth that cannot be saved. It may also be performed to relieve crowding of teeth. In some cases, (for example, when the tooth is impacted) an extraction must be performed surgically.
Dental Sealants help prevent cavities. A sealant is a plastic material that is applied where decay occurs most often.
Space Maintainers hold the space for a permanent tooth after a child has lost a milk tooth due to decay or an accident. The space maintainer keeps adjacent teeth from shifting into the empty space.

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Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

An Extraction is a type of oral surgery that is performed to remove a decayed or severely damaged tooth that cannot be saved. It may also be performed to relieve crowding of teeth. While some extractions can be performed without surgery, more complicated cases (for example, in the case of an impacted tooth) may require surgical extraction.
Cyst Removal is the surgical removal of a cyst from the mouth.
Oral Cancer Detection involves the removal and testing of a growth in the mouth for the possible presence of cancer cells.
Skin Grafting is the process in which a portion of skin is transplanted in order to repair a defect or injury. Cleft lip surgery is an example of surgery that requires a skin graft.
Maxillofacial Surgery addresses the effects of diseases, injuries and defects that affect the way the hard and soft tissues of the mouth, jaws and face function and look.