A dental implant is an artificial tooth root placed in the maxillary or mandible to support a crown, bridge or denture, to replace one or more missing teeth.
Zirconium oxide is the most durable type of dental material available on the market. It is 5 times more resistant than the traditional porcelain fused-to-metal restorations.
Ceramic dental veneers (porcelain) are used in dental cosmetics, they are the most conservative solution (minimally invasive) in correcting aesthetic problems of the front teeth.
Professional bleaching, contrary to rumors, does not affect dental health. It penetrates enamel only for a few tens of microns deep.
Cosmetic dentistry uses cutting-edge treatments that are able to transform smiles and erase dental signs of aging.
Sealing is a method of preventing dental decay, used both in pedodontics (pediatric dentistry) and adult general dentistry.
Some of our clinical cases with patient pictures and explanations. Patients with functional or aesthetic problems, either genetic or acquired, which have been successfully treated.
After receiving dental implants, contrary to the expectations of most patients, postoperative pain is lower than that after tooth removal.
The tooth extraction often involves antibiotic treatment for about 5 days to a week if there is a preoperative infection involved (dental abscess).
After a root canal treatment, our recommendation is to take an Ibuprofen based anti-inflammatory in the day of the treatment, no matter the symptoms.
Once you have your teeth restored with composite materials, these type of restorations will serve you well for years.
Brushing performed twice a day and the daily cleaning of interdental areas using dental floss or specially designed toothbrushes, are extremely important.
When you first have contact with your new dentures it is generally indicated for them to be worn as much time as possible until the next dentist appointment.
Who needs Nightguards? Mouth guards for grinding teeth are plastic devices worn during the night while sleeping to protect the teeth from becoming worn-out or chipped.
Find more time to give enough attention to your teeth. Did you know that you should brush your teeth for 3 minutes?
Amelogenesis Imperfecta is a rare congenital disorder in which the teeth exhibit an abnormal development and mineralization of enamel unrelated to other systemic or general diseases.
Deciduous dentition also known as baby or temporary (milk) teeth are the first set of teeth erupting in childhood.
Around the age of 6 the development of permanent teeth within the bone causes root resorption to temporary teeth until they start to become more and more mobile and finally they are exfoliated.
Soda, even diet soda, contains phosphoric acid and citric acid which erodes tooth enamel over time and make them more sensitive to hot or cold temperatures.