What We Offer
All these services are rendered to enable patients enjoy a healthy life style where they feel no hesitation
in displaying their beautiful smile
General & Family Dentistry
- Dental exams and cleanings: A dentist examines the patient's teeth and oral tissues to check for any issues such as tooth decay, gum disease, or oral cancer. They also perform a professional cleaning to remove plaque and tartar buildup.
- X-rays: X-rays are used to detect any issues that may not be visible during a visual examination, such as tooth decay, bone loss, or impacted teeth.
- Fillings: If a patient has a cavity, the dentist may use a filling to restore the tooth's function and prevent further decay.
- Root canals: If a patient has a tooth infection, the dentist may perform a root canal to remove the infected tissue and restore the tooth's function.
- Extractions: If a tooth is too damaged or decayed to be saved, the dentist may need to extract it.
- Crowns and bridges: Crowns and bridges are used to restore the function and appearance of damaged or missing teeth.
- Dentures: Dentures are a removable appliance used to replace missing teeth.
- Oral appliances: Oral appliances such as mouthguards and night guards can be used to protect the teeth and prevent damage from grinding or clenching.
Cosmetic Dental Services
- Consultation and examination: A dentist examines the patient's teeth and oral tissues to determine if any cosmetic dental procedures are needed or desired. The dentist also discusses the patient's treatment goals and develops a customized treatment plan.
- Teeth whitening: The dentist may perform teeth whitening to remove stains and discoloration from the teeth. This can be done in-office or with take-home trays.
- Dental bonding: Dental bonding is a procedure in which tooth-colored resin is applied to the teeth to improve their appearance. This can be used to correct chipped, cracked, or stained teeth.
- Veneers: Veneers are thin shells of porcelain or resin that are placed over the front surface of the teeth to improve their appearance. They can be used to correct uneven or misshapen teeth, as well as gaps and stains.
- Invisalign: Invisalign is a clear aligner system that can be used to straighten crooked or misaligned teeth. It is a discreet alternative to traditional braces.
- Gum contouring: Gum contouring is a procedure in which the gum line is reshaped to improve the appearance of the teeth. This can be done to correct a gummy smile or uneven gum line.
- Dental implants: Dental implants can be used to replace missing teeth, improving the appearance of the smile.
- Full mouth reconstruction: Full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses multiple cosmetic and functional dental issues. It may include a combination of procedures such as dental implants, veneers, and teeth whitening.
- Examination and consultation: A dentist examines the patient's teeth and oral tissues to determine if dental implants are suitable for the patient. The dentist also discusses the patient's medical history and treatment goals.
- Treatment planning: The dentist develops a treatment plan that outlines the specific type of dental implant needed, the materials to be used, and the estimated cost.
- Preparatory procedures: If necessary, the dentist may need to perform preparatory procedures such as bone grafting or tooth extractions to ensure the implant has sufficient support.
- Implant placement: The dental implant is surgically placed into the jawbone by a dental surgeon. The implant serves as an artificial root for the replacement tooth.
- Osseointegration: The implant fuses with the surrounding bone tissue through a process called osseointegration. This process can take several months to complete.
- Abutment placement: Once the implant has fully fused with the surrounding bone tissue, a small connector called an abutment is attached to the implant. The abutment serves as the attachment point for the replacement tooth.
- Impression taking: The dentist takes an impression of the abutment and surrounding teeth to create an accurate mold.
- Fabrication of the replacement tooth: A dental laboratory creates the replacement tooth based on the mold.
- Placement of the replacement tooth: Once the replacement tooth is completed, it is attached to the abutment using dental cement or other adhesive material.
- Follow-up care: The patient is provided with instructions for caring for the implant and replacement tooth. Follow-up appointments are scheduled to monitor the healing process and ensure the implant is functioning properly.
- Examination: A thorough examination of the patient's teeth and oral tissues is conducted by a dentist to determine if dental prosthesis is needed and which type of prosthesis is best suited for the patient.
- Treatment planning: The dentist develops a treatment plan that outlines the specific type of prosthesis needed, the materials to be used, and the estimated cost.
- Impression taking: The dentist takes an impression of the patient's teeth and oral tissues using a dental putty or other impression material to create an accurate mold.
- Bite registration: The dentist takes a bite registration to determine the correct alignment of the teeth and jaw.
- Fabrication of the prosthesis: A dental laboratory creates the prosthesis based on the mold and bite registration. The prosthesis may be a crown, bridge, denture, or other type of appliance.
- Try-in: The patient tries on the prosthesis to ensure it fits properly and feels comfortable. Any necessary adjustments are made at this stage.
- Placement: The prosthesis is permanently placed in the patient's mouth using dental cement or other adhesive material.
- Follow-up care: The patient is provided with instructions for caring for the prosthesis and maintaining good oral hygiene. Follow-up appointments may be scheduled to ensure the prosthesis is functioning properly and to make any necessary adjustments.
- Maintenance: Regular dental check-ups and professional cleanings are necessary to ensure the longevity and function of the prosthesis.
- Examination: A thorough examination of the teeth is done by a dentist to determine if the patient is a good candidate for teeth whitening.
- Cleaning: Teeth cleaning is done to remove any plaque or debris before the whitening process.
- Isolation: The gums and soft tissues in the mouth are protected using a barrier material to prevent the whitening agent from causing any irritation.
- Application: A hydrogen peroxide-based whitening gel is applied to the teeth using a custom-made tray that fits over the teeth.
- Light activation: In some cases, a special light or laser is used to activate the whitening gel and speed up the whitening process.
- Reapplication: The whitening gel may be reapplied several times during the treatment session to achieve the desired level of whitening.
- Evaluation: After the treatment is completed, the dentist will evaluate the results and determine if any further whitening is needed.
- Maintenance: A maintenance plan may be recommended to help patients maintain their newly whitened teeth, which may include regular dental cleanings and touch-up whitening treatments.