Cavities & decay? Dental injuries, broken or chipped tooth?
You can restore them by using the latest methods of dental science.
Dental implants, fixed dentures or partial dentures are some of the types of restorative dentistry.
From the 1960’s up until now, dental science has been searching for ways to overcome the disadvantages of fixed-permanent and removable prosthetic. Dental Implants provide a strong foundation for fixed (permanent) or partial replacement teeth that are made to match your natural teeth. By restoring a missing tooth with an implant or with multiple implants in cases of complete hypodontia, we provide excellent results:
The procedure starts by examine & taking the medical history of the patient. Afterwards, the dentist suggests the appropriate dental plan and schedules the time and the cost of the treatment.
Dental implants address in all adults?
Dental implants address in all adults as long as there are sufficient indications from their medical & dental history.
Total restoration of the upper dental arch with porcelain crowns.
When we lose one or more teeth, we experience a series of unpleasant consequences in our oral system such as:
Prosthetics gives the solution to these problems.
Fixed / Permanent Prosthetics
Is the restoration of the missing teeth based on the permanent remaining teeth. After modifying the adjacent teeth (the teeth that supports the bridges) we build crowns or bridges that permanently grip to them by filling the missing teeth in aesthetically and functionally identical way with the natural ones.
Removable/partial denture Prosthetics
When the number or the position of the remaining teeth constrains us in the construction process of a fixed/ permanent solution, we use removable prosthetics. The creation of a partial denture solves the problem of chewing, speaking and boosts patient’s psychology & self esteem.
In our dental practice/clinics, we take care to correct new or old tooth damages when needed. When a tooth is broken or carved, it loses its structural tissues and needs restoration. Here, we put emphasis on how important it is to get the teeth to be treated on time.
The parts of the destroyed tooth are not regenerated, that is, no new teeth or new dental tissues are made by our body. Thus, the caries will continue to damage until they reach the dental pulp. Then you probably need to have a root canal treatment or extraction!
It is therefore important to prevent such situations by visiting your dentist and following his instructions.