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Tooth Whitening

This conservative treatment option is ideally suited for patients who like the shape and position of their teeth but wish to improve the colour.

There are two techniques available:

1. At-home tooth whitening using custom-made bleaching trays made by a dentist and a peroxide product. Some advantages include lower costs and the elimination of the need for dental visits to continue treatment.

2. Teeth whitening in a clinic with a light source and a stronger peroxide solution. Teeth can be dramatically lightened in less than 60 minutes and can be combined with other dental appointments.

Porcelain Veneers

Patients who want to change the shape, length, or colour of their teeth should consider porcelain veneers.

Porcelain veneers are made up of a thin layer of porcelain that is custom-made in a dental laboratory and bonded to the surface of your teeth (much like an artificial nail). One advantage of this restoration is that the tooth is prepared minimally thereby allowing you to keep the majority of your natural tooth structure.

Porcelain veneers have been dubbed “instant orthodontics” due to their ability to correct the appearance of misaligned teeth without the use of braces. It is also a reliable way to brighten and even out the colour of your teeth.

The average lifespan of porcelain veneers is 7-10 years, with adequate home care and regular dental visits being the most important factors.

Direct Bonding

Direct bonding is ideal for tooth-colored fillings and patients who want to make subtle aesthetic changes to the shape, colour, and position of their teeth.

Direct bonding has applications similar to Porcelain Veneers but is a more conservative procedure, making it ideal for younger patients, and can usually be completed in a single appointment.

Because direct bonding is not created in a dental lab, the final aesthetic results rely on the dentist’s artistic ability to sculpt the resin restorations directly in the mouth.

Bonding will require polishing and repairs from time to time, but with proper home care and regular check-ups, it should last at least 5 years.

Crowns

From restoring a single tooth fractured in a childhood accident to restoring an aging dentition worn down with time, a crown may be the solution for you. Crowns are typically used when teeth have been traumatized, fractured (cracked tooth syndrome), heavily filled or are severely worn down. A crown can significantly improve the appearance of the teeth while also strengthening them.

The crown is a “cap” that covers the entire tooth’s surface and can be made of porcelain, zirconia, metal-ceramic, or solid gold. Crowns are a reliable, strong, and aesthetically pleasing way to rebuild your broken down teeth. Beautiful crowns may alter your perception of your smile and can last 10 years or more.

Fixed Bridges

Fixed bridges can be used to replace missing teeth. The remaining teeth on either side are filed down to make room for a substructure that connects them. This framework is layered with porcelain, has pontics to replace missing teeth, and is cemented to the neighbouring teeth. Flossing is slightly more difficult due to the splinting of teeth, but fixed bridges have an excellent prognosis and can last for 8-12 years or more.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a dependable method of replacing one or more missing teeth. A dental implant is a titanium screw that attaches to your jaw bone, allowing prosthetic teeth to be attached (crowns, bridges or dentures). Over a 20-year period, published success rates in healthy individuals have exceeded 90%. Technological advancements have made this tried-and-true therapy more aesthetically predictable. Perhaps dental implants are the most aesthetic, functional, and comfortable way to replace your missing teeth.

Removable Prostheses

Removable prostheses (dentures) can be used to replace missing teeth. These prostheses are known as removable partial dentures when only a few teeth are missing (partials). The partials are made of a metallic alloy with acrylic teeth attached. Complete dentures made of acrylic can be made for patients who are completely edentulous. Sore gums are common in fully edentulous patients who have been toothless for more than 10 years. If your dentist believes your case is too difficult, he or she may refer you to a prosthodontist.

Dental implants may be necessary if the jawbone has undergone excessive resorption (shrinkage). Removable prostheses that are comfortable and use dental implants as anchors can help you achieve optimal oral function and aesthetics.

Facial Rejuvenation

Botox cosmetic is a natural purified protein, that relaxes wrinkle causing muscles, creating a smoother and improved appearance.

The botox is administered via a few tiny injections of purified protein into the muscle to block nerve impulses that trigger wrinkle causing contractions.

Botox can also help relax the grinding and clenching muscles that cause tooth wear. Contact us now to see how we can enhance your smile and increase your confidence with Botox cosmetic.

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