Porcelain Veneers are extremely thin layers of ceramic placed over the teeth that can modify their shape and colour. In most cases it is a less conservative treatment than bonding but can offer solutions in more complicated aesthetic problems.
The use of Botox and Derma fillers gives you softer expression lines eliminates wrinkles and enhances appearance safely and in most cases with only one visit.
Using the latest dental materials we can alter the shape of the teeth recontour them, close gaps, repair fractures and achieve a more attractive and symmetrical smile.
In most cases no local anaesthetic is required and the results are immediately visible, in only one visit. It is a minimally invasive treatment and there is hardly any loss of tooth substance.
One of the most common aesthetic interventions. It can be done at home with special trays or in the dental practice where you can achieve faster results. The whitening gel penetrates the enamel and dissolves the chemical substances that cause discolourations offering a brighter smile.
In cases with minor teeth malpositions the use of invisible aligners can be used to move teeth. The aligners are extremely thin and discreet and the perfect solution for adult patients.
In cases of gummy smile when the smile line is too high nowadays aesthetic dentistry can offer us many options. The use of Botox or veneers and gum recontouring can offer an appealing smile without the need for extensive surgical procedures.
Dental implants are artificial roots made from titanium that can be used to restore one or more teeth. It is the closest solution to your original tooth offered by modern dentistry.
A surgery under local anaesthesia is required and in certain cases you can have a functional tooth only in one visit.
Digital technology gives the option to plan the surgery in a computer and use guided surgical techniques to achieve excellent results without incisions and with ultimate precision.
Often pain in the region of the head and neck is related to Temporomandibular Joint(TMJ) disorders. The TMJ is moving the lower jaw during the functions of speech and chewing. In cases of muscular or disc disorders pain is reflected in the area of the head.
The use of splints and physiotherapy can improve or eliminate the symptoms giving the patient a much improved quality of life.
Studies have shown that about 30% of the patients have some short of dental anxiety. A percent of these patients avoids visits to the dentist even though they know they need treatment.
Modern dentistry is much gentler and virtually pain-free. There are methods of approaching phobic patients and winning their trust. In some cases for very nervous patients there is the need to use oral sedation but there is also the choice for a referral to a specialist who will provide psychological support and in most cases the patient can get over the dental phobia permanently.
Scaling and Polishing
Root canal treatments
Impacted wisdom teeth extractions