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A regular dental check-up is required to maintain good health because decay can eat away from the tooth’s surface to the nerve in the heart of the tooth in just a year. It is advisable that kids and adults see the dentist every 6 months.
In as little as two visits, almost anyone can have a perfect smile make-over with veneers. Whether veneers are needed for crooked, malformed or mis-aligned teeth, the smile created will be completely natural and beautiful! Using the best quality materials with up-to-date dental technology, porcelain veneers will transform an unsightly smile.
Night-guards and occlusal guards are good for those people who wake up in the morning with a dull headache or jaw pain. This can be caused by the habit of unconsciously grinding teeth while you’re sleeping. One option many patients consider to keep their teeth safe from being damaged during grinding, is to wear a night-guard or occlusal guard.
Porcelain crowns are frequently chosen to repair a tooth with excessive decay, teeth that need structural support after a root canal or teeth that are broken or cracked. Sometimes they are used to simply resolve the appearance of a tooth. Available crown materials include:
- porcelain bonded to precious metal
- precious metal
At least 2 visits are required, the first for the preparation, impression, shade taking and fitting the temporary crown and the second visit to fit the permanent crown.
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WHAT ARE DENTAL IMPLANTS
Dental implants are titanium posts, which act as artificial tooth roots, placed into the jaw bone to anchor replacement teeth, a bridge or a denture. Titanium is the best metal to use as it is well tolerated by the body.
Dental Implants feel and look natural. They will feel like your own teeth. You will forget you ever had a missing tooth and there will be no need to hide your smile because of missing teeth. Smile, speak and eat again with comfort and confidence.
THE DIFFERENT PARTS TO A DENTAL IMPLANT
An implant is made up of 3 separate parts; the titanium post which is inserted into the jawbone, the abutment which is attached to the titanium post after a number of months, and the crown which is placed on top of the abutment.
CAN YOU EXPLAIN THE DENTAL IMPLANT PROCEDURE
The surgery is normally done under a local anaesthesia. In some cases with anxious patients sedation is used as well so you will be less aware of the procedure and more relaxed.
Implant surgery is carried out in 2 stages. The first stage of the surgery is the placing of the implant itself. The bone is exposed in the area of the missing tooth. A small hole is drilled and the titanium post is carefully inserted into the bone. The gum is then stitched over the post and left to heal for 3-6 months. After the surgery there may be some slight discomfort, swelling or bruising but this usually disappears within a few days. The stitches are normally removed after one week. During the following months the bone grows around the post making it secures. Stage 2 happens 3-6 months later once the implant is secure and a porcelain crown is placed on top of the implant.
All surgery is performed under local anesthesia and may be supplemented with sedative drugs or IV sedation (if requested by the patient or if deemed necessary).
If you do not have enough jawbones where the implant is to be placed we can plan for the type of surgery you need.
DENTAL IMPLANTS CAN BE USED TO
Replace a single tooth
If you have one missing tooth one implant is placed with one crown
Replace several teeth
If you have lost several teeth 2 or more implants can be placed to support a bridge, you do not necessarily need one implant per gap.
Replace all your teeth
At least 6-8 implants on each arch can be placed to support 10 or more teeth with fixed bridgework.
2-4 implants on each arch can be placed to retain removable dentures making them more secure and comfortable
PRICES OF DENTAL IMPLANTS
When you have an implant you don’t just need the implant.
What do you need? You need the titanium implant, an abutment (an attachment between the crown and the implant), a healing attachment, a crown, x-rays, local anesthetic, surgical procedures and sometimes bone augmentation if your bone levels in your jaw are low.
All the extras might add up to much more than our price.
WHO SHOULD HAVE DENTAL IMPLANTS
Anyone who wants to replace missing teeth.
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Dentures, Implants and Partials
What are we talking about?
If you have missing teeth dentures offer a way of replacing them. They will improve your ability to chew food and speak. They can also restore the contour of your cheeks eliminating the sunken appearance that develops when many teeth are missing.
Dentures can be Complete (replacing a full set of teeth) or Partial (replacing a few teeth).
“If you have missing teeth dentures offer a way of replacing them. They will improve your ability to chew food and speak. “
Removable full dentures are still one of the most common ways of replacing a complete set of missing teeth. It is important that the dentures fit well: movement from ill-fitting dentures can irritate the gums, cause slurred speech and clicking noises. All dentures must be removed for cleaning, ideally once a day.
Combined Dentures and Implants
A number of implants can be placed in the jaw bone to retain a denture. Once the implants have been in place for about 6 months a new denture clips onto the implants making it very stable and far superior to a normal denture. Four implants in each arch are normally needed to provide stability for full dentures. By using implants with dentures there is no need for the denture to cover the palate of the mouth and hence taste is significantly improved. Also difficult to eat foods such as apples and steak are once again a joy to eat and gooey adhesives become a thing of the past.
A partial denture consists of a plate with a number of false teeth on it.
A partial denture may be all plastic or a mixture of metal and plastic. Partial dentures may have metal clips that help keep the denture in place. These are either clips that wrap around an adjacent tooth or invisible precision attachments on both an adjacent natural tooth and on the partial denture. Precision attachments cannot be seen from the front of the teeth and they hold the partial denture very firmly in place.
Metal partial dentures are much stronger and less bulky than plastic dentures.
Zirconium Crowns and Bridges
How to change your life
Change your life and your smile forever by choosing quality cosmetic dentistry. Ask for the best dental crowns, ask for Zircon (zirconium oxide) Crowns. Special Zirconium Offer – zirconium crowns. Zirconium Oxide ZiO2 like Zeno, Cercon, Lawa, Everest or Cerec.
“Change your life and your smile forever by choosing quality cosmetic dentistry.“
Zircon Metal Free Crowns
Zirconium oxide dental crowns and bridgework look fantastic and are an excellent choice for front teeth as well as rear teeth. When placed next to a natural tooth it is almost impossible to detect which is the natural tooth and which is the crown. You will be utterly amazed by the results and your friends will be amazed as well.
Zirconium Oxide dental crowns are strong enough to withstand the biting action of front teeth and the grinding action of rear teeth making them suitable for placing anywhere in the mouth and they are strong enough to be used in bridgework.
Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment is performed to try and save a tooth.
Root canal treatment removes the nerve from the inside of the tooth.
Root canal treatment is usually very successful and saves the tooth from being extracted however the work can sometimes be very time consuming.
- A hole is drilled in the top of the tooth
- The inside of the tooth is cleaned out with special chemicals and instruments
- The canal inside the tooth is filled with a rubber filling material
- The area is sealed with a filling
- Occasionally a crown is needed for extra strength and stability
Why is Root Canal Treatment Needed
The inside of the tooth becomes infected because of decay or injury
An infected tooth cannot be left untreated in the mouth