General Dentistry

From a simple checkup to advance dental procedures.

Periodontal-Gum

Disease is one of the leading causes of tooth loss

Cosmetic Dentistry

Makeover in one or two Days

 

→General Dentistry
→Periodontal
→Family Dentistry
→Root Canal
→MtM clear aligner
→Smart Braces

→Bridges
→Cleaning, Exams and x-Rays
→Composite Restorations and Bonding
→Cosmetic Dentistry
→In house Teeth whitening

→Crown
→Extractions
→Dental Crowns for Implants
→MTM- Clear Braces
→root canal

→Oral Cancer Screening
→Partials and Dentures
→Veneers
→Peridontic cleanings
→and many more services

Free Consultation for dentures and Bridges

We offer MTM Clear Braces and Fast Braces

Teeth whitening

Professional teeth whitening is the most popular cosmetic dental procedure in the world today.
Unlike home-use whitening systems that incorporate low-dose bleaching agents, in-office whitening (also known as power bleaching, power whitening, professional whitening or chairside whitening) takes place under carefully monitored conditions which allow for the safe, controlled, pain-free use of a relatively high concentration of bleaching gel – yielding results that are visible immediately

Acid wear is a growing Concern What is it?

Acid wear is the process where the protective layer of tooth enamel gradually dissolves through repeated exposure to acidic foods or drinks, and/or acids from the stomach. Over time, this wear can leave the enamel and the dentin weakened and sensitive.
How does it happen? The acid in many foods and drinks — including fruits, fruit juices, soft drinks and wine can soften the tooth’s enamel surface and make it more susceptible to wear. Acidic foods should not and cannot easily be avoided, but care does need to be taken with tip., way in which they are consumed, to of acid wear.

Cola drinks

White wine Red wine Grapefruit juice Apple juice Energy drink Salad dressing

Wear potential

What are the signs of acid wear? In the early stages of acid wear, teeth may change their brightness or appearance as the enamel starts to wear away. As this surface wears away, the yellow dentin underneath can become exposed. This can cause teeth to appear more yellow in color and they may feel more sensitive to cold or hot, acids, sweets or contact. A “twinge” may be an early indication of wear or tooth sensitivity. What can you do to help reduce acid wear? Acid wear is not reversible, but there are steps you can take to minimize future acid exposure and help reduce the effects of acid wear. Your dentist or dental hygienist can answer your questions, give you advice about eating acidic foods and minimizing the effects of acid wear. and recommend suitable oral care product,, nil, like new ProNamer from Sensocrio!’.,

Fast Braces

Fastbraces® Technology allows for movement of the roots of the teeth towards their final positions from the beginning of the treatment by torquing them from the very first appointment.
Patients can now get results often with less sensitivity, in about a year, and in some cases, just a few months. It has been developed and tested over the past 20 years and is now becoming available in countries around the world.
Fastbraces® Technology is fast, safe, easy and affordable treatment that comes with a lifetime satisfaction commitment from most of the doctor providers. With the patented triangular design of the braces, cutting edge techniques and a special heat-activated wire, this new technology is revolutionizing the field of orthodontics.
Traditional braces move teeth into position in two stages, usually over a period of about two years. In the first year, the crown of the tooth is moved into alignment In the second year, treatment addresses the position of the root of the tooth. The brackets used with Fast braces® work on a different mechanical principle altogether.
The patented system uses an innovative bracket and a specially- shaped wire to correct the position of the root of the tooth, from the beginning of treatment. This combination is key in realigning the root and crown simultaneously.

What is a Composite Resin (White Filling)?

A composite filling is a tooth-colored plastic and glass mixture used to restore decayed teeth. Composites are also used for cosmetic improvements of the smile by changing the color of the teeth or reshaping disfigured teeth.

How is a composite placed?

Following preparation, the dentist places the composite in layers, typically using a light specialized to harden each layer. When the process is finished, the dentist will shape the composite to fit the tooth. The dentist then polishes the composite to prevent staining and early wear.

What is the cost?

A composite filling is a tooth-colored plastic and glass mixture used to restore decayed teeth. Composites are also used for cosmetic improvements of the smile by changing the color of the teeth or reshaping disfigured teeth.

What are the advantages of composites?

Aesthetics are the main advantage of composites, since dentists can blend shades to create a color nearly identical to that of the actual tooth. Composites bond to the tooth to support the remaining tooth structure, which helps to prevent breakage and insulate the tooth from excessive temperature changes.

What are the disadvantages?

After receiving a composite, a patient may experience postoperative sensitivity. Also, the shade of the composite can change slightly if the patient drinks tea, coffee or other staining foods. The dentist can put a clear plastic coating over the composite to prevent the color from changing if a patient is particularly concerned about tooth color. Composites tend to wear out sooner than silver fillings in larger cavities, although they hold up as well in small cavities.