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Tooth Splinting

Tooth splinting is a procedure that allows you to fix the position of loose dental units, as well as evenly distribute the chewing load on them. During the period of wearing the structure, the process of loosening of the teeth stops, and the periodontal tissues regenerate and restore their supporting properties. Thus, the teeth are strengthened in...

Gum Disease

Gum disease – also known as periodontal disease and periodontitis – is an inflammatory condition affecting the tissues surrounding a tooth, and is the leading cause of tooth loss. Once it sets in, the toxins produced by the bacteria damage the teeth’s connective tissue and bone, effectively destroying them and fostering tooth loss. Types...

Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are thin, tooth-coloured shells or coverings made of porcelain or various types of composite materials that are placed over the visible parts of your teeth. These teeth overlays cover the front of each tooth they are applied and look just like natural teeth (but better) and are meant to improve the appearance of your smile. Dental...

Dental Prophylaxis

Dental prophylaxis is a professional cleaning procedure performed to get rid of plaque build-up that regular brushing and flossing can’t reach. Regardless of how diligent you are with , a regular professional dental cleaning is required to stop and the progression of gum disease. Why is dental prophylaxis required? Although yo...

Full Mouth Debridement

A full mouth debridement is a special kind of deep dental cleaning that could be required if a person has heavy plaque tartar build-up on his or her teeth.Patients in need of a full debridement probably won’t have seen a dentist for a checkup or cleaning in a long time, possibly not for years.  Without regular care, it’s common for t...


Your teeth are held in place by roots that extend into your jawbone. Front teeth usually have one root. Other teeth, such as your premolars and molars, have two or more roots. The tip or end of each root is called the apex. Nerves and blood vessels enter the tooth through the apex. They travel through a canal inside the root, and into the pulp cham...

Dental Crowns

Although permanent teeth are meant to last a lifetime, it's easy to let them go. Not brushing is one way to surrender your teeth to ; skipping regular dental visits is another. Truth is there are several things that can make the health of your teeth go awry -- which is why a dental crowns are such a common . Given how many people have dental cr...

Laser Gum Surgery

High-Tech Solutions We take our gums for granted. Yet they're the unsung heroes of our mouths. The soft cushion that nestles the teeth must be properly cared for as part of your regular regime to foster a healthful mind and body. Gingivitis, which is classified as mild periodontal disease, can be remedied quite e...

Tooth Scaling and Root Planing

Nobody plans on getting gum disease, but it happens -- to most of the population, in fact! Like cavities, gum disease is caused by a buildup of  bacteria, resulting in . Over time, dental plaque and its cohorts will creep beneath the gum line, forming "pockets" between the teeth and gums. The larger these pockets grow, the...



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