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Receive professional and contemporary care for your veneers and crowns. Veneers are excellent for treating teeth that are: Chipped, Discolored, Slightly misaligned or Badly shaped, And closing gaps between teeth.What Are Porcelain Veneers: Porcelain veneers are thin, tooth colored porcelain shells specifically crafted to bond and cover unsightly teeth.
It is hard wearing and non-porous, keeps its appearance longer than other materials. They are less likely to chip and can last many years if maintained properly. The procedure involves a minimal amount of tooth preparations and just 2 visits are required. First visit: is designed to prepare and take impressions. The impressions are then sent to the technicians to make the veneer. The Second Visit – is for attaching the veneer to the tooth.
Many people today want to have a brighter, whiter smile. Our society’s continual exposure to tea, coffee, curry, soy sauce, cigarette smoke, as well as ageing, contribute to stained and yellowing teeth. Thankfully today there is a solution. Teeth Whitening is a safe, non-invasive method of improving tooth color, without having to remove tooth structure. The procedures are simple, effective, and long lasting with the correct maintenance.
Gum lifting & Recontouring is a minimally-invasive cosmetic procedure that involves reshaping or removing excess gum tissue with the use of laser technology. A laser is used in gum surgery to gently remove and seal excess gums without any bleeding, which means no cuts or incisions. In fact, the entire gum lift process is completely painless. Gum surgery is typically only done on the front teeth. Recontouring your gums can make a dramatic difference on the overall balance and look of your smile.
Laser Depigmentation of the gums or gum bleaching is a very simple and safe method of getting nice healthy looking pink gums. It involves the laser removal of the pigmentation.
In the today’s world, the restorative material used is determined on the size of the cavity that exists after removing the fractures, decay and old restorations. The basic options available for restoring your teeth are: Composite fillings - These are generally done when you lose less than 40% of your tooth structure. They last a very long time. Research shows that if you lose 40% of your tooth you lose 90% of its strength. Crowns - These are generally done when you have lost more than 50% of your tooth structure. This is there when not much tooth structure to hold a filling is present and therefore you need to cover the whole tooth to protect it from breaking or fracturing.