1 Emergency Dentistry
  2 Child dentistry
  3 Root canal treatment
  4 Teeth whitening/ Bleaching
  5 Cosmetic dentistry
  6 Smile Design
  7 Laser Dentistry
  8 Bleeding gums/ Periodontal health
  9 Braces
  10 Dental Implants
  11 Dentures


Emergency Dentistry
Typical emergency problems and treatments:
Extreme tooth aches are typically treated with emergency nerve removal (pulpectomy) or extraction.
Broken teeth are typically treated with cosmetic bonding procedures as a cosmetic temporary measure that may need further treatment such as crowns.
Loose crowns are typically treated with recementation exam shows that it’s cavity-free.
Loose tooth from trauma (something hit you in the face) may be saved with splinting the tooth with orthodontic wire.
lost crown, especially front tooth, is typically treated cosmetically with a new temporary crown on an emergency will experience no pain during the dental procedure with full anesthesia. afterwards, doctor may prescribe pain medicine and antibiotics.


Child dentistry
  Tooth coloured filling
Bonding is a popular method to enhance the aesthetics of your smile. Bonding can be used to correct cracks or gaps in teeth, as a filling after a cavity has been removed, or to cover up stains or discoloured teeth.
A composite resin is used on the affected tooth or teeth. It is molded and sculpted over an adhesive gel that is placed on the tooth. After the resin has been applied an ultraviolet light is used to harden the resin, which is then polished to give you a fresh, new smile.
Bonding is an obvious improvement over unsightly silver amalgam fillings. With the advancements in dental technology, bonding usually lasts for over 10 years. It is a safe, affordable, and attractive solution for many dental problems.


Root canal treatment
Endodontics is the dental specialty that deals with the nerves of the teeth. Root canals are probably the most notorious procedure in dentistry and the most common procedure relating to endodontics. When a tooth becomes infected it is usually related to the nerves in the root of the tooth. The infected nerves need to be removed. If left untreated an infection can turn into an abscess, which is a much more serious problem that includes bone loss in the jaw. 
The area around the tooth is numbed with a local anesthetic to start the procedure. The dentist will then drill down into the tooth to create an opening into the canal. They will then be able to remove infected tissue and clean the canal. After the infection has been removed, the space if filled with a sealant called gutta percha. It is highly recommended that a tooth that has undergone a root canal is fitted with a crown. This will improve the appearance of the tooth, and will also make it much more likely that the root canal is successful.
“Root canal” has become a scary term for dental patients to hear, but the benefits of the procedure and advances in dental technology have made it much less “scary”. Local anesthetics and proper pain medication allow the procedure to be performed with little to no pain in most cases. There may be some soreness following the procedure, but that is normal for most dental procedures. Over the counter painkillers are usually enough to relieve any pain afterwards, but your dentist may prescribe medication. The procedure will also relieve you from pain caused by the infection allowing you to enjoy all the foods you love without any pain from heat, cold, or biting too hard. If you are experiencing pain consult your dentist today.


Teeth whitening
Keeping our teeth their whitest is a lot harder than it sounds. With all the coffee, wine, smoking and other foods that have the ability to stain our teeth on a daily basis, even proper maintenance sometimes leaves them a little lackluster. Teeth whitening is an excellent way to restore the natural color of your teeth or even make them whiter than your natural color if you would like. 
To accomplish the whitening of your teeth, we utilize a tray whitening system. This tray whitening system is completed in 2 steps. The first step is to make an impression of your teeth. With this impression, we’ll craft you custom whitening trays that you can use over and over. Finally, you will take the whitening gel and put it in the gel for a short period of time over a period of a few days. This often results in a whiter smile of 4 – 8 shades!
Please contact us today to see if you are a candidate for this type of whitening.
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Teeth whitening
In a smile design procedure, following anomalies/irregularities will be taken care of-
  1. Change in size, shape, and alignment of certain teeth can be achieved by dental porcelain veneers, bonding, cosmetic contouring or orthodontics.
  2. Unattractive spaces/gaps between teeth could be closed up with dental porcelain veneers, bonding or orthodontics.
  3. Improve or correct bites – by braces.
  4. Lighten or brighten the color of your teeth with cosmetic dentistry procedures such as teeth whitening, dental porcelain veneers or bonding.
  5. Decayed, broken, cracked, or chipped teeth may be addressed with dental porcelain veneers, bonding, porcelain inlays/onlays or dental crowns.
  6. Missing tooth or teeth may be substituted with dental implants or dental bridges.
  7. Old and unattractive silver fillings may be replaced with tooth-colored fillings (composite resin) for more aesthetic and natural appearance.
  8. Gummy Smile correction – through cosmetic dentistry the gum line could be raised through a procedure called, gum contouring. This dental cosmetic procedure could give a new improved outlook to your face.




Laser Dentistry
A laser is an instrument that produces a very narrow, intense beam of light energy. When laser light comes in contact with tissue, it causes a reaction. The light produced by the laser can remove or shape tissue.Lasers can be used as a safe and effective treatment for a wide range of dental procedures and are often used in conjunction with other dental instruments. Lasers can be used to treat Tooth decay, Gum diseases, Biopsy or lesion removal, disinfection of root canals, teeth whitening, etc.


Crowns and bridges
A tooth that is heavily broken down or has a very large filling can be best protected and restored by a crown. A crown covers the entire exposed surface of the tooth and is made to resemble the original tooth in shape and size. A crown is also mandatory after the tooth has been treated with a root canal.Crowns can also whiten, reshape, and realign teeth to create a healthy, comfortable, and vibrant smile.Dental bridges are a great way to replace missing teeth. Your existing teeth are used to literally create a bridge to cross the area where your tooth is missing. Bridges are made from metal, alloys, or porcelain to ensure that they are strong and durable.


Bleeding gums/ Periodontal health
Your teeth are not the only important part of your mouth. Your gums are essential to oral hygiene as well. We can provide periodontal cleanings and treatment for bleeding gums along with a more beautiful smile. 


Do you have:
  1. Crooked, overlapped or malaligned teeth?
  2. Gaps between teeth?
  3. Upper teeth excessively protruding out?
  4. The lower front teeth bite into the inner tissue of the upper teeth?
  5. Upper teeth are placed behind lower teeth?
  6. Thumb/finger sucking or Mouth breathing habit( specially in children)?If the answer is yes to any of the above questions, you are in need of orthodontic treatment..
  7. As a cosmetic dentistry procedure, a major advantage of braces over other cosmetic treatments is that it is the least invasive way of improving your smile. Corrections are achieved by moving your own teeth.




Dental Implats
Dental implants are a permanent and appealing solution to replace missing or extracted teeth. They are better than other alternatives like bridges because no additional teeth need to be altered to place the new tooth.
The entire implant process is performed over the course of a few months. The first part of the process is to install the implant itself, where a screw is placed into the jaw bone. An incision is made in the gum so that the implant can be inserted. Multiple implants can be placed at once if necessary. After the implants are placed the gums are sutured.
The implant must be allowed about 3-6 months to heal, and during this time the jaw bone will form around the implant in a process called osseointegration. During this healing time you can have temporary crowns installed so that you can eat and speak normally and maintain a proper aesthetic appearance for your smile.
After the implant has healed it is time to place an abutment on the implant. The abutment serves as the base for your new tooth. One this is placed an impression of the abutment is taken and is used to create your permanent restoration. Some offices have an onsite lab to create the crown, but others will have to send it to an outside lab. Once the restoration is completed you can return to the office to attach the restoration permanently. Your smile will look just like it used to, and after a short period of getting used to the implant it will feel just like one of your own teeth. 


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