Our staff always keeps the pace with experts in the dental field at European and world level. Their experience combined with the world-renowned equipment and materials assures our patients of a high level of quality and safety.
Consider a dental implant as your number one option for replacing a missing tooth. The implant itself, typically made of titanium, is placed inside the bone in a similar position to the missing tooth and after a crown is placed on top.
Crafted from high strength porcelain and custom-made for the individual, Emax Veneers are thin layered and bonded to the front surface of the teeth. This enhances both the function and appearance of teeth.
Orthodontics - Braces
Every individual deserves to feel proud of their smile, but sometimes teeth become overcrowded or contain gaps that braces can correct. We are focused on correcting bites, occlusion, and the straightness of the teeth.
Root canal therapy removes infected pulp tissue within the root chamber of the tooth. Once the pulp is removed, an antibacterial filling is placed into the empty chamber, then a crown is placed to restore natural appearance.
Fillings and Repairs
Should there be structural damage to a tooth found during a dental check- up and we will restore tooth strength and structure through the use of dental fillings. There are a number of materials available for fillings.
Bleaching kits is effective and affordable. The bleach is powerful and you will see results in time. Laser whitening methods are popular because they take so little time. Whiter teeth are yours in about an hour.
Crowns and Caps
Dental crowns or caps are used to repair extensively decayed or damaged teeth serving for both apparence and use. Crowns are available in different materials, such as gold, silver metals, porcelain or zircon.
Inlays / Onlays
Inlays and onlays are a form of indirect restauration. They are made outside of the mouth as a single, solid piece, that fits the specific size and shape of the cavity. The restoration is then cemented in place in the mouth.
Bridges are commonly used to replace one or more missing teeth. They span the space where the teeth are missing. Bridges are cemented to the natural teeth or implants surrounding the empty space.
What You Need to Know About Your Appointment
It doesn’t matter if your dental appointment is for a routine checkup, dental cleaning, or a more advanced procedure -there are a few things you should do to prior to your dental visit.
Before the appointment:
- Arrive Early: Give yourself enough time to complete forms, get to know the staff (if you’re a new patient) and relax before your appointment.
- Clean Up: Brush and floss your teeth before your dental visit.
- Prepare Your Information: If you’re a new patient, be prepared to provide your medical history and more information about family medical history.
During the appointment:
- Discuss Dental Problems: Discussing dental issues before they become dental problems so we can help determine preventive treatment and may keep you from having to make a dental emergency appointment in the future.
- Face Dental Anxiety:Don’t be afraid to tell us about your fears. We will work together to find a solution to help you relax during the treatment.
- Diagnose your problem and proceed with the treatment.
After the Appointment:
- A list of the medicines you will need to take after the treatment.
- If needed schedule your next checkup if the treatment needs a second appointment or check thepatient’s progress.