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Services & Treatments

Services & Treatments

SERVICES & TREATMENTS

We offer a huge variety of treatments, both preventative and remedial. We list our key services below, but should you not see what we are looking for, please contact us for help and advice.

PREVENTATIVE CARE

Oral examination and consultantion

Clean and polish [full mouth]

DENTAL RADIOLOGY

Cephalometric X-ray

Panoramic X-ray

Dental Cone Beam CT

FILLINGS

Amalgam

White

Cervical dentine sensitivity

COSMETIC

Cosmetic gum surgery

'ALL ON 4'
IMPLANTS
 
ORAL SURGERY

Extraction

Wisdom tooth extraction

ROOT CANAL
TREATMENT
 
CROWNS & BRIDGES
(PORCELAIN FUSED
TO METAL - PFM)

Non-precious

Talladium alloy

Semi-precious alloy (3% gold)

Precious alloy (40% and 74% gold)

FULL CERAMIC

Veneers

Zirconia base

Full zirconia

DENTURES

Acrylic-based

Metal-based

Flexible base

INLAYS AND ONLAYS

Inlay or onlay in alloy

Inlay or onlay in porcelain

TOOTH WHITENING

Home-bleaching kit

In-clinic bleaching

GUM TREATMENT

Root planning (deep clean)

Gum surgery

ORTHODONTICS
SAME-DAY crowns with digital technology
SAME-DAY crowns with digital technology
With 3SHAPE digital intra-oral scanner, we can help improve your smile more conveniently than ever before! 3SHAPE is a state-of-the-art optical scanner that directly capture your teeth and creates very precise digital impression. Then these digital impressions will be sent to our dental lab. The...
Invisalign
Invisalign
“Invisalign” clear aligners that increase confidence Enhance personality and confidence Fits your lifestyle Suitable for all ages Convenient and faster treatment time What is invisalign? Invisalign is the obvious alternative to metal braces. Invisalign utilizes a series of clear, removable...
Brushing Your Teeth
Brushing Your Teeth
Brushing your teeth is an important part of your dental care routine. For a healthy mouth and smile the ADA recommends you: Brush your teeth twice a day with a soft-bristled brush. The size and shape of your brush should fit your mouth allowing you to reach all areas easily. Replace your toothbrush...
Gingivitis
Gingivitis is the early stage of gum disease. Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is an infection of the tissues that surround your teeth, and is caused by a buildup of plaque. In its early stages, symptoms may include: Gums that bleed easily Red, swollen, tender gums Bad breath Some...
Gum recession
Gum recession
Gum recession: Causes When your gum recede or pull away from your teeth, it is called gum recession. Gum recession can happen to people of all ages. Sometimes it happens even if a person takes good care of his or her teeth. Gum recession can cause problems for your dental health. If you have gum...
Gum Recession Treatment
Gum Recession Treatment
Gum Recession Treatment The treatment for gum recession depends on the cause. If the gums become unattached from the tooth, it is important to treat gum recession. Otherwise, it may get worse. If gum recession is caused by brushing too hard, your dental office staff can show you a better way to...
Gum Graft: Care After Treatment
Gum Graft: Care After Treatment
If you have a gum graft, your dentist will tell you how to care for your gums. This may include using a special mouthrinse or changing what you eat. A bandage or dressing may be placed over the graft to help it heal. Since gum graft are a kind of surgery, the area may be tender or sore, or it may...