A dental implant is a prosthesis that interfaces with the bone of the jaw or skull to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge, denture, or facial prosthesis or to act as an orthodontic anchor
Gum graft surgery is a dental procedure for treating thinning gums or gum recession. Gum grafting covers exposed teeth roots and adds volume to your gum line, improving overall oral health. Recovery usually takes one week to two weeks, but it may take longer.
Extraction and third molar extraction
A third molar extraction refers to pulling out wisdom teeth. While many people do not like the idea of having a tooth pulled from their mouth, it is necessary for those who have a crowded mouth.
Root canal treatment
Root canal treatment or endodontic treatment is necessary when the center part within the tooth, known as the pulp, housing the blood vessels, nerves, and living connective tissues, becomes infected or inflamed. The root canal procedure is performed to save a damaged or badly infected tooth, instead of extracting it
Bleach is the generic name for any chemical product that is used industrially or domestically to remove the color from a piece of fabric or fiber or to clean or to remove stains in a process called bleaching. It often refers specifically to a dilute solution of sodium hypochlorite, also called "liquid bleach"
Crown and Bridges
A crown or cap is a dental restoration that covers the exposed surface of a tooth to strengthen it or improve its appearance. A bridge is a dental restoration to replace one or more missing teeth. It includes an artificial tooth or teeth which are fused to crowns on either side to provide support.
full mouth rehabiliation
In general, any dental treatment that affects all teeth in the mouth is called full-mouth reconstruction or full-mouth rehabilitation.
Complete dentures are full-coverage oral prosthetic devices that replace a complete arch of missing teeth. The following are indications for this type of dental prosthesis: A full arch of missing teeth.
Orthodontics is a dental specialty focused on aligning your bite and straightening your teeth. You might need to see an orthodontist if you have crooked, overlapped, twisted, or gapped teeth. Common orthodontic treatments include traditional braces, clear aligners and removable retainers.
Dental Treatments for Kids
Proper care of your child's teeth and gums includes brushing and rinsing daily. It also includes having routine dental exams and getting necessary treatments such as fluoride, sealants, extractions, fillings, or braces, and other orthodontics