Our Most Services
- Full exams, x-rays, and dental treatment plan
- Fillings, root canals, extractions
- Cosmetic dentistry, such as whitening, porcelain and composite veneers
- Implants – placement and restoration
- Crowns, bridges, full and partial dentures
- Gum contouring
- Sinus lifting
- Orthodontics – braces and Invisalign
- Preventive care, periodontal therapy and nutritional counseling
Bonding is a procedure when using composite material we can change the shape or size of the teeth changes, the distances between them are filled, the colored teeth or those with cracks and micro fractures are covered. There are many advantages to this procedure that lead to a brilliant smile including its small price and great aesthetic performance. But when it comes to durability – the dental bonding can last 10 years, but it needs its regular maintenance.
When dental bonding is performed, the procedure may be completed within one visit to the dentist, unless more than one tooth is required to be treated. If it is six teeth, it will take several visits (about three).
What is a dental implant?
Technically the dental implant is the part that replaces the root inside the bone. It is an artificial root that is inserted into the bone where the teeth are placed, also called alveolar bone. These implants are used to support a tooth or a serie of artificial teeth. They behave similarly to the natural root. Many people use the term dental implant to refer to the entire replaced tooth. But if we want to speak properly this concept only refers to the part that is inserted into the bone.
Dental implants can be used in the cases where patients have suffered certain oral diseases that have resulted in the loss of one or more teeth, also due to decay or tooth fractures. The final result? A perfect artificial tooth that looks and works like a natural one.
Dental veneers are an aesthetic option for bad teeth that at the same time protects them from further damage. They are thin sheets of porcelain or composite that adhere to the visible face of the tooth to improve its aesthetic appearance. Due to their aesthetic purpose, these sheets are placed on the vestibular face of the front teeth, as they are the most visible when we smile and are created to suit each patient in order to be as natural as possible.
Therefore, its objective is not to improve the functionality of the dental pieces, but only to give them a more harmonious appearance. They are often used to correct defects as common as crooked, broken, separated, stained, irregular or worn teeth.
The dental crown is a cover that is placed on a damaged tooth, although it can also be used to improve the appearance, shape or alignment of a dental piece. They are usually made of porcelain or ceramic, although metal alloys, gold or resin can also be used.
The metals are more resistant than the rest of the materials and can be recommended for the teeth that are not visible when smiling. Ceramic or porcelain are the best aesthetic solution, especially for the front teeth, since the natural color of the rest of the teeth is manufactured.
As long as fixing the aesthetic view, the crowns are also repairing the functionality of your bite and chewing process and therefore your overall quality of life. They can last a lifetime, depending on the dental hygiene practiced by the patient.
Full dentures, to replace all your own teeth, fit snugly over your gums.