Crowns

Crowns are artificial caps used to cover teeth for protection or to improve appearance. It can be made in natural tooth colour (from porcelain or bell glass) or in metallic colour (from gold alloys). They are specifically shaped by dental technicians and dentists for the restoration and protection for a badly damaged or root canal treated tooth. A…

Bridge

A bridge is usually used when there is a tooth missing and you use the teeth adjacent to the missing tooth as anchors, to replace. It’s just like a crown but it involves more teeth.

Implant Crowns

Dental implants are used to replace one or more missing teeth. An implantmaybe a preferred option over a bridge. It usually involves one tooth at a time. A surgeon opens up your gums, cuts away some bone, and places an implant screw in your jaw. A  crown is then put on that screw. However a waiting…

Exodontia

There are a few reasons to remove a tooth, which include: permanent teetherupting while deciduous teeth are still present/have not exfoliated for orthodontic purposes when the tooth is unable to be restored whenan impacted wisdom tooth causes recurrent infections. It’s never a good experience to have teeth extracted and is normally the last option of…

Veneers

A veneer is a thin layer of material placed over a tooth either for aesthetic reasons or to provide protection to a weak tooth. There are two veneersoptions: composite resin, which is directly built up in the mouth a lab fabricated dental porcelain bonded to your tooth with resin-based cement.

Fissure Sealants

A fissure sealant is a light coating which is applied to the surface of a tooth to provide protection on enamel from bacteria that cause decay. Teeth often have areas that they are too difficult to clean such as deep groves or fissures. These areas may allow plaque and bacteria to gradually build up, making…

Fillings

A filling is used to restore a damaged tooth. The two types of filling materialcommonly used by dentistsare Amalgam alloy and Composite resin. A discussion with thedentist is importantin determining which filling material is most appropriate for your tooth restoration. Amalgam is a mercury blend material which is silver in colour. The metal components of amalgam…

Teeth Whitening

In-office whitening The Zoom! Chairside System is one of the fastest ways to whiten. The procedure begins with the preparation stage followed by three 15 minutes sessions of bleaching. The hydrogen peroxide gel accompanied with the Zoom! Light is the perfect combination in achieving an excellent result in just an hour!  To watch the procedure…

Root Canal Treatment (RCT)

If dental decay has gone too deep it causes the dental pulp (which consists of nerves and blood vessels) to become inflamed. When this occurs you may experience symptoms of toothache or a tooth abscess may develop. In this case, it’s likely that a Root Canal Treatment is needed to save the diseased tooth. The…

Gum Disease Treatment

Gum disease treatment is the supportive treatment for removing the plaque and calculus from the tooth’s root surface below the gum line. Plaque bacteria and calculus (tartar) can constantly build up around the neck of your teeth in sulcus, so regular dental cleaning (scale and polishing) is recommended to prevent the bacterial infection of the…

DB, WINZ, and ACC

Adolescent/High School Students Oral Health Services Our dentists provide FREE dental treatment and advice for adolescents aged 13 to 18 years. Just call one of our branches to make an appointment for a free dental check up. Check out Ministry of Health website For more information. WINZ Emergency Dental Treatment People that meet the necessary criteria may…

Denture

Adenture is the removable replacement option for your missing teeth. It is custom-made by a dental technician from the impressions taken of your mouth. Your dentist will need to check or treat the gum and remaining teeth to ensure they are ready for your denture. There are several options available for the base of a…

Orthodontics (Braces)

Orthodontics is a long-term treatment option for straightening crooked teeth while adjusting the teeth bite. It provides the solution for abnormal teeth-jaws relation (malocclusion). Theoutcomes of orthodontic treatment include a healthier bite function, better access for dental cleaning and physical aesthetics. Orthodontics treatment could take up to 1.5 years or more to complete. Ongoing home…

Dental Products

Interdental brushes Interdental brushes are designed for cleaning between teeth and around dental appliances. They can easily remove the plaque and debris from where a regular toothbrush cannot reach. GC Tooth Mousse GC is one of the leading manufactures of dental products in the world. GC Tooth Mousse is another great preventive invention for oral…