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Restorative and Cosmetic Dentistry

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Since the invention of dental implants by Dr. Branemark over 30 year ago we have come a long way in successfully restoring missing teeth with titanium based implants. New designs and computer guided surgeries have virtually made the process error free with remarkable results and longevity. If you ...    more
The best option for tooth surface stain removal is to whiten the teeth using different whitening methods. Teeth whiteness depends upon numerous factors; some among them includes an individual’s eating habit, age, oral hygiene and smoking habit. There are many ways of teeth whitening, but the main ...    more
Parents often ask: when is a good time to take my child to see the dentist? Well, at the time of birth, your baby has 20 baby teeth, some of which are fully developed in the jaw. But proper dental care begins even before a baby's first tooth appears in their mouth. Just because you ...    more
Tooth-colored composite resins are one of the alternatives to traditional amalgam fillings which offer superior aesthetics due to their capacity to be closely matched to surrounding teeth. The composites also have the unique property of chemically bonding with the remaining tooth structure and ...    more
Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures due to its relatively low cost and large impact on appearance. Unlike over-the-counter methods such as whitening tooth pastes, rinses, strips, and trays professionally supervised tooth whitening can lighten teeth by up to eight shades ...    more
Dental bridges are used to bridge a gap created by tooth loss and are constructed by placing two crowns on either side of the gap and constructing a bridge which supports a false tooth called a pontic which occupies the empty ...    more
Inlays and onlays, also called indirect fillings, are alternatives to traditional fillings when too much damage has been done to the tooth for enough structural support for a filling. The two procedures are often considered a middle ground between fillings and more
6 Month Smiles® are a new alternative to traditional braces and Invisalign which focus mostly on moving the teeth normally seen in a smile (as opposed to more traditional methods which shift all or most of the teeth in a patient’s ...    more
Dental bonding is of the simplest cosmetic dental procedures currently available and involves using a durable tooth-colored plastic material called resin to repair or cover damaged, discolored, or misshapen teeth. Furthermore, bonding can be used to make teeth look longer or to close gaps in ...    more
Dental crowns are coverings, or “caps”, which are positioned over a tooth which is structurally compromised or aesthetically unappealing and cover the entire tooth down to the gum line. Teeth which are weak due to decay often need crowns in order to prevent further damage, as do teeth which are ...    more
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