It is not debatable that prevention is better than cure. From a dental care perspective, it is better to prevent problems than let them develop and then treat them. This is the basis for preventative dentistry today.
Routine dental check-Ups help in preventing and treating early gum disease. Gingivitis is the medical term that is used for inflammation of the gums; the most common cause of this inflammation is the bacteria found in the plaque that continually forms on your teeth. The more severe type of gum disease is called periodontitis which may need gum surgery or extraction of the tooth.
Dental fillings are essentially a part of life; despite a patient’s best efforts with proper dental hygiene, there can be circumstances that result in some tooth decay. An important factor in these cases is early detection, done through routine dental check-ups, so that we can fill the cavity and prevent more extensive tooth damage and more expensive treatment such as: root canal therapy, crowns (caps), fixed bridges, and partial or complete dentures.
A mature technology for aligning teeth without the use of braces. Give the patient more comfortable, cleanable and cosmetic solutions for their teeth.
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It is not debatable that prevention is better than cure, from a dental care perspective, it is better to prevent problems than let them develop and then treat them. This is the basis for preventative dentistry today.
Routine Dental Check-Ups Help in Preventing and Treating Early Gum Disease
Gingivitis is the medical term that is used for inflammation of the gums; the most common cause of this inflammation is the bacteria found in the plaque that continually forms on your teeth. Gingivitis is essentially an early stage of gum disease and some of its common signs and symptoms are:
Swollen or bleeding gums
Persistent bad breath (or halitosis)
Gums are bright red or purple in colour
Gums that are tender or painful to the touch
Bleeding of the gums after brushing or flossing
Dentures and Partial Dentures
New Technology for Aligning Your Teeth without the Use of Metal Braces
For the majority of people, the alignment of their teeth is more than satisfactory to allow them to eat, speak, and smile with a degree of confidence. While this alignment may not be perfect in the truest sense of the word, there is little need for any intervention to straighten the teeth or adjust the bite.
Implant is currently the best option for replacing missing teeth. Dental implants are replacement tooth roots made of titanium. Implants provide a strong foundation for fixed (permanent) or removable replacement teeth that are made to match your natural teeth.
Extensive tooth decay or structure damage would lead to nerve inflamed in the root canals. The inflamed or infected pulp is removed and the inside of the tooth is carefully cleaned and disinfected, then filled and sealed with a rubber-like material called gutta-percha. Afterwards, the tooth is restored with a crown or filling for protection.
Much like fingerprints, every set of teeth is slightly different; because of this situation, every person’s smile will also be slightly different, even though it might not appear to be the case upon first glance. And while some people might say that any smile is a good smile, there are those who may wish for the look of their smile to be better.
Traditional orthodontic treatment that is still the most popular way to straighten the teeth and improve the profile and smile. Very predicable and reliable and teenager acceptable.
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