Types of Treatments

A root canal is a treatment used to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or infected.

Dental implants are a common solution for replacing missing teeth. dental implants are artificial tooth with its own root.

Proper dental care ensures that a child's teeth and jaw develop correctly. Monitoring and intervening when necessary can reduce the need for more extensive orthodontic treatments later.

This type of treatment is typically required when a patient's oral health is severely compromised due to a combination of factors such as extensive tooth decay, gum disease, tooth loss, bite problems, and other dental issues. The goal of full mouth rehabilitation is to improve a patient's oral health, function, and overall appearance.

disease is primarily caused by bacteria from plaque and tartar build-up. Left untreated, it can lead to tooth loss. Proper oral hygiene and professional treatments can prevent and treat gum disease.

Tooth-colored fillings, commonly referred to as composite fillings or white fillings, are dental restoratives designed to mimic the appearance of natural teeth. They're used to fill cavities or replace old silver amalgam fillings for cosmetic reasons

Made of titanium or zirconium, they're placed into the jawbone. They serve as a replacement for the root of the missing tooth then a crown, bridge, or denture can be attached to the implant.

Dentures are prosthetic devices constructed to replace missing teeth. They're typically made from acrylic resin, sometimes in combination with various metals. Dentures can either be full (replacing all teeth in the upper or lower or partial replacing some teeth

A crown and a bridge are both fixed dental prosthetic devices. They are cemented onto existing teeth or implants and need not be taken out and cleaned like removable devices (e.g., dentures). Both are used to restore, protect, or replace teeth