It is natural that as we age our tooth enamel becomes more transparent and the dentin (the tissue under the enamel) becomes yellowish, which is not a very flattering look. It is possible to restore the bright look to your teeth in only a few short treatments with oxidizing gel. The gel breaks down the color molecules and lightens them. The process does not bleach the teeth but rather lightens them giving them a natural and beautiful look. This treatment should be repeated after several years.
Porcelain veneer for a perfect smile
Bonding porcelain veneers to the front of the teeth makes the teeth look brighter and uniform. Sometimes porcelain veneers are bonded to teeth if it is necessary to extend them. The treatment is performed by gently grinding the teeth, a very thin layer is removed and replaced by the durable porcelain veneers. Resulting in a very white and uniform "million dollar smile". Before starting treatment measurements are taken and then using plastic imaging you can see the results of the treatment in your mouth, before you even start.
Studies have shown that the bonding does not reduce the tooth's durability, which means that you can bite and chew food as usual.
Today it is customary to use tooth-colored fillings for aesthetic reasons, not only in the front teeth, but also in the back. Composite fillings are made of a composite material that is made up of polymer resin and powdered quartz, which does not transfer the sense of hot and cold like amalgam fillings, which are made of a mixture of mercury, silver, tin and copper. Composite fillings attach to the natural tooth better and do not require the extensive removal of healthy tooth material to achieve retention for reconstruction. Also, composite fillings may be repaired without having to remove the whole filling.
Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatments are performed in teeth whose pulp has been irreversibly damaged by an infection caused by cavities, an injury, or by any other cause, it's purpose is to save the tooth from being extracted. The root canal is thoroughly cleaned and then it is filled as hermetically as possible according to biomechanical principles, so that the infection does not pass from the oral cavity to the root tip.
These are unique crowns that serve as rehabilitative tools for the teeth and are also aesthetic. Unlike in the past, when dentists would use porcelain crowns on metal or gold, today dentists tend to use ultra strong Zirconia crowns which are produced by precise computer-aided engraving in a lab, and they do not have a metal base. The result: a highly aesthetic product that completely simulates the natural tooth.
Occasionally when we want to perform a dental implant, there is not enough bone to absorb the titanium implant. This insufficient bone can be in length or width. For example, if the implant is too thick in relation to the bone in which it is implanted, it may not be absorbed; And if the bone is too short, the implant may penetrate it and damage other organs. In such a case we need to add bone in length or height.
Sinus lifting is a bone-augmentation procedure in the rear area of the upper part of the mouth. In this area the bone is usually thin and above it is a air cavity - the sinus.
If we try to insert a long implant into a short bone, we will perforate the sinus. Therefore, before we insert the implants, we perform a type of bone augmentation procedure which is called a sinus lift.
All on 4-6 implants
A system of implanting a whole bridge in the jaw while the bridge is supported by 4-6 implants. The method is suitable for people whose jaw bone is sparse and can only be thickened in a few places to insert the implants.
In dental implant treatments we use both rehabilitative dentistry and aesthetic dentistry. Dental implant is the process of inserting an artificial tooth, which looks completely natural, on top of a medical implant. The implant is a screw-like medical device that is inserted into the jaw which later becomes a part of the jaw in a natural healing process. The implant has a much better grip than dentures or a bridge.
Digital Panoramic X-rays on-the-spot
An x-ray machine that rotates in a semicircle around the patient's head for a few seconds and photographs the upper and lower jaws, the nasal cavities (sinuses) and other surrounding structures, for example the nerve canal of the lower jaw. This x-ray is considered to be less harmful, because it emits less radiation and performed on the way, before complicated tooth extraction, dental implantations or when we need to identify diseases and tumors.
All types of dentures
Dentures are an artificial device designed to replace a tooth or natural teeth, sometimes all of them. There are several types of dentures: permanent partial, permanent complete, temporary complete, temporary partial, and removable dentures. Dentures have a dual purpose: first, they must create an aesthetic look for the teeth. Second, and even more importantly, they must restore the ability to use teeth, to eat, chew and speak.
On-site denture repairs
Thanks to our technicians and dental designers we are able to repair all types of dentures on-site: permanent partial, permanent complete, temporary complete, temporary partial, and removable dentures.