Partial / Complete Dentures

Dentures are plastic teeth, moulded to the shape of your mouth and gums. They sit on an acrylic (plastic) base. These can replace single or multiple teeth or whole jaw of teeth (arch).

This can be done on top and bottom if required. Dentures require special home care maintenance to ensure they remain clean and do not cause irritation to the mouth.

Dentures can help to restore a natural looking smile. Can help you to eat comfortably. Can help to reduce the period of ageing and can help to minimize speech problem due to lack of teeth.

Crowns / Bridge

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped “cap” that is placed over a tooth. When cemented in place, it covers the visible portion of a tooth that lies above the gum line.

Dental Bridges literally bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth.

A bridge is made up of usually two or more crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap — these two or more anchoring teeth are called abutment teeth. The false tooth/teeth in between can be made from gold, alloys, porcelain, or a combination of these materials and are referred to as “pontics”. Dental bridges can be supported by natural teeth.

Dental Implants: Single Tooth, Bridge, Denture

A dental implant/tooth implant consists of a small screw made of titanium that is placed in the jaw. A dental implant replaces the root of a missing tooth/teeth and hence serves as a sound base for the new crown or bridge. After the surgical phase of treatment, the prosthetic (crown/ bridge) phase begins: a replacement tooth/teeth in the form of a crown, bridge or denture, is placed over the implant. This completes your entire dental implant process.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation is a highly individualized treatment. The point of a full mouth reconstruction plan is to optimize the health of the entire mouth, including the teeth, the gums, and the bite. In many cases, it is necessary to replace or restore every tooth in the mouth using a combination of dental services.

Mouth Guards

Sports guards, mouth guards and mouth protectors are different names for the same thing: a device worn over your teeth that protects them from blows to the face and head. Mouth guards are an important piece of athletic equipment for anyone participating in a sport that involves falls, body contact or flying equipment. This includes football, basketball, baseball, soccer, hockey, skateboarding, gymnastics, mountain biking — any activity that might result in an injury to the mouth.

Mouth guards typically cover the upper teeth, and are designed to protect against broken teeth, cut lips and other damage to your mouth. If you wear braces or other fixed dental appliances (such as a bridge) on your lower jaw, your dentist may suggest a mouth protector for these teeth as well.

Occlusal Splints

An occlusal splint is often prescribed for nighttime use to reduce the wear and tear on teeth when a serious bruxing or clenching problem is active. In some patients with certain types of structural TMJ disorders, it may be necessary to wear an occlusal splint for an extended period of time.