Restoring

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1. Teeth whitening

This is a safe, non–invasive and relatively pain free procedure. We offer two systems to lighten and brighten your teeth, one in the chair and one at home, both with outstanding results. Dullness and stained teeth can be treated with great outcomes. Using a teeth whitening process can be one of the simplest and least expensive ways to make a substantial cosmetic improvement to a smile.


2. Tooth coloured fillings (mercury free)

Tooth coloured fillings are restorations which appear the same colour as your natural teeth. This is to allow for a more aesthetic appearance.


3. Clenching/grinding/headaches

Teeth clenching/grinding and all its associated symptoms such as headaches and neck spasm can very often first be diagnosed by a vigilant dental professional. Treatment modalities include a night guard, physiotherapy and certain medication. If left untreated or mismanaged irreversible damage can occur not only to your teeth but to the jaw joint as well.


4. Root canal treatments

Root canal therapy (RCT) becomes necessary when dental decay or sepsis has caused the nerve of the tooth to become infected in most cases. This therapy involves the removal of the damaged/dead nerve tissue in the centre of each tooth. The treatment is usually carried out over a minimum of two visits.


5. Dental Cosmetic contouring (Teeth contouring)

Tooth reshaping is a procedure that corrects MINOR crooked, chipped, cracked or even overlapping teeth by selectively filling or removing some of the enamel to create a more harmonious smile.

6. Bonding

Dental bonding can refer to any process where a dentist attaches white coloured dental filling material to a tooth. Dental bonding might be utilized as a way to improve the appearance of a defect found on the surface of the tooth, to replace tooth structure that has chipped or broken off, or to repair damage caused by tooth decay. This technique can also be used to resurface the entire front side of a tooth to improve its cosmetic appearance.

7. Veneers

A veneer is a thin porcelain/ceramic shell which is cemented or bonded onto the front surface only of a tooth to improve its colour, shape and/ or proportion. They can be used to align crowding or protruding teeth, to close gaps or to lighten tooth colour. Their strength and appearance rivals that of natural teeth and they are used to achieve long- lasting changes in a smile. However it is important that we determine first whether you are a good candidate for this procedure.

8. Crowns and bridges

Dental crowns and bridges are ceramic teeth that are individually produced to meet your own personal needs. A bridge is used when there are 1 or more missing teeth. It is either supported by one of the natural teeth or by an implant. Porcelain crowns are used to restore severely broken- down teeth. Our crowns are made of porcelain making them appear very natural, leaving no black line at the gum level as seen in some traditional crowns (which have a metal backing).


9. Implants

A dental implant is a titanium metal rod that serves as an artificial root for a missing tooth. The implant is surgically placed in the jaw bone and once it has successfully fused with the bone the crown, bridge or whole replacement can be fixed to the implant or implants to feel and function like natural teeth.


10. Dentures (false teeth)

Dentures are acrylic teeth which are constructed to replace missing teeth. They are supported by surrounding soft and hard tissues of the mouth. Conventional dentures are removable. However there are many different denture designs, some of which rely on clasping onto teeth or dental implants.