• GENERAL DENTISTRY
  • COSMETIC DENTISTRY
  • DENTAL IMPLANTS
  • PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
  • PERIODONTICS
  • ENDODONTICS
  • ORTHODONTICS
  • TMJ
  • PROSTHODONTICS
  • ORAL SURGERY
  • RADIOGRAPHS
  • LASER DENTISTRY
GENERAL DENTISTRY

Branch of Dentistry that covers a wide range of procedures. This includes taking X-rays, Dental photos, and impressions for molds of the teeth to be used in consultations and proper diagnosis of the case.

Removal of Calcular Deposits from surface of the tooth up to those under the gums. The dentist uses Ultra Sonic Scalers and Manual Scalers to remove the Plaque and Calcular Deposits.

Drill-less method used to remove stains from surface of the tooth. Treatment consists of pressured non-toxic powder which rapidly removes surface discoloration while conserving healthy tooth structure.

Topical Fluoride Application that helps build strong teeth and prevent cavities.

Application of protective coating on the occlusal surface of the tooth. The sealant forms a hard shield that keeps food and bacteria from getting into the fissures of the tooth.

Treatment done to restore function, morphology and aesthetics. This treatment includes removal of carious tooth structure and replace with Composite Material.

  • Amalgam Removal - Over time, exposed surface of the amalgam fillings corrodes, and texture becomes rough. Replacement of amalgam with Composite Fillings is recommended to restore function and improve aesthetics.
COSMETIC DENTISTRY

method of professional oral care that focuses on improving the appearance of your mouth, teeth and smile. Although cosmetic dentistry procedures are usually elective, rather than essential, some cases of treatment also provide restorative benefits.

Removal of surface and deep stains on teeth through bleaching that uses blue light technology that activates a specially formulated gel to whiten teeth which causes the teeth to become lighter than their natural shade.

Method of improving the appearance of your mouth, teeth and smile. Cosmetic procedures are usually elective rather than essential, some cases of treatment also provide restorative benefits. Procedure done to restore teeth with gaps or chips, or discoloration using tooth-colored materials. This is also done to restore aesthetics of front teeth with cavities.

treatment method that addresses uneven, bulky gum tissues, giving a gum line that looks natural.

indirect fabrication of material that is placed over tooth to improve the aesthetics and smile and protect the tooth from surface damage. They can cover chipped and discolored teeth.

DENTAL IMPLANT

Dental Implants is a procedure that replaces tooth roots with metal, screw like posts and replaces damaged or missing teeth with artificial teeth that look and function much like real ones.

  • 1st Stage- Placing the Implant The first stage of the dental implant process is to bury the implant in the bone via a surgical procedure. The dental implant fixture replaces the root of the tooth and requires healing time. During this healing time, osseointegration (the fusion of the bone with the implant itself) occurs. The bone cells attach to the implant rod, filling in the spaces to secure the implant in place for permanent residency. The healing time usually takes from 3-6 months.
  • 2nd Stage- Placing the Abutment The healing abutment is a post that connects the implant to the prosthetic tooth. Essentially, the healing abutment is a bridge that spans through the gum line so that the implant itself remains buried. As with the implant, the abutment has a healing period of its own. The gum around the abutment must heal and form a cuff or collar around it before the crown can be placed.
  • 3rd Stage - The Prosthetic Tooth Once the implant site and the gum tissue have successfully adapted, the prosthetic tooth is fabricated and installed.
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY

Dedicated to the oral health of children from infancy through the teen years. From preventive dental care that includes fluoride treatments, as well as nutrition and diet recommendations, Early assessment and treatment for straightening teeth and correcting an improper bite (orthodontics), and Restoration of cavities or defects.

PERIODONTICS DENTISTRY

a dental specialty that focuses on the diagnosos and treatment of the supporting structures of the teeth which includes the gums, bone and other associated tissues that surround and support the teeth.

ENDODONTICS DENTISTRY

Branch of dentistry concerned with dental pulp inside the tooth and tissue surrounding the roots of the tooth.

ORTHODONTICS

Branch of dentistry that focuses on correcting bite, occlusion, and straightness of teeth.

Invisible aligners that does not use metal or ceramic brackets used to align teeth. It is custom-built for a tight fit, they are best for adults or teens.

Are custom-made devices, usually made of wires or clear plastic, that hold teeth in position after surgery or any method of realigning teeth.

The conventional or traditional type of braces that uses metal brackets with colored bands to give kids a chance to express themselves.

Are the same size and shape as metal braces, except that they have tooth-colored or clear brackets that makes it less noticeable which makes it more suitable for patients that have aesthetic concerns.

A type of braces that requires less chair-time and fewer visits to the orthodontist, they can cause less friction and discomfort and can be potentially easier on teeth, no ligatures such as color bands, or elastics are used, and they could be easier to clean.

TMJ

Branch of dentistry concerned with the management of the Temporomandibular Joint which may include orthotics or appliances, and may be in conjunction with orthodontic treatment.

A TMJ (temporomandibular joint) appliance may relieve pain, discomfort and stiffness in the area where the upper and lower jaw connect, just in front of the ears. Though temporomandibular disorders (TMD) may improve without dental or medical treatment, dentists sometimes prescribe a TMJ appliance to reduce clenching or grinding the teeth, which may worsen TMD symptoms.

PROSTHODONTICS DENTISTRY

Branch of dentistry that focuses on dental prosthesis which restores or replaces the missing tooth structures. This includes full mouth or partial dentures, crowns, onlays, inlays and dental bridge.

  • PFM - Porcelain fused to metal Crown consist of metal alloy at the base topped by porcelain.
  • Zirconia - Zirconia is a white ceramic with good translucency features. It resembles natural tooth enamel because of its color and translucency. It is very durable and is very hard to crack. It is the strongest material used in dentistry today.
  • E-max - Long lasting, highly aesthetic, more and more popular and expensive type of crown E-max is an all-ceramic system that is based on Lithium disilicate glass, and consists of quartz, lithium dioxide, phosphoroxide, alumina, potassium oxide and trace elements.
  • Onlay and Inlay - custom made filling of composite material constructed out of the mouth from e-max, zircon, or ceramage that covers one more cusp and adjoining occlusal surface of the tooth.
  • Ceramage - zirconium silicate integrated indirect restorative material which can be used to create superior anterior and posterior crowns, veneers, implant-supported restorations, inlays and onlays.
  • Zirconia Milled Acrylic.
  • Luxacrown - Simple, Quick and cost-effective manufacture of long-lasting crowns made directly chairside. Luxacrown is perfect for cosmetic restorative cases, Pediatric Cases, Healthy aging adult patients, Pallative patients.

can be full or partial. They are used to replace missing teeth. They could be permanent, which requires professional help to be removed, or removable, which allow patients to remove them with ease.

protective device for the mouth that covers the teeth and gums to prevent and reduce injury to the teeth, arches, lips and gums. A mouthguard is most often used to prevent injury in contact sports, as a treatment for bruxism or TMD.

occlusal guard, appliance prescribed to patients to treat teeth grinding(bruxism). It protects teeth and other vital structures by offering protective barrier between upper and lower teeth.

ORAL SURGERY

Branch of Dentistry that deals with surgical treatment of teeth, gums and jaw bones. This includes extraction, grafting, soft tissue surgery and preparation of the gums and bones for replacement of missing teeth or prosthodontics.

Surgical removal of heavily carious or infected teeth. It is also done to prepare teeth for orthodontic treatment.

Surgical removal of impacted third molars.

Surgical treatment where the frenum is reduced in size with a scalpel (blade) or a laser made specifically to cut soft tissue.

Minor surgical procedure that removes the apex of the tooth's root. This is necessary if an infection develops or continuous after root canal.

dental procedure where the dentist cuts away part of the gingiva to eliminate periodontal pocket and improve aesthetics.

Periodontal procedure to increase the amount of tooth structure above the gum. This is necessary to have adequate tooth structure available to retain and support the crown that is being placed.

Procedure done to build up new bone to preserve or augment bone in preparation for dental implant.

RADIOGRAPHS

Imaging technique that uses radiation to view the internal form of an object to evaluate your oral health. This can help dentist to identify problems, like cavities, tooth decay and impacted teeth.

Uses a very small dose of radiation to capture the entire mouth in one image. It used to plan treatment for dentures, braces, extractions and implants.

A cephalometric x-ray is a diagnostic radiograph which shows us the skull in side view which is primarily used for orthodontic treatment planning.

A periapical x-ray is a focused x-ray that shows the whole tooth from crown up to the apex. Periapical x-ray detects unusual changes in the root and surrounding bone structures.

Shows detail of the upper and lower teeth in one area of the mouth. Each bitewing shows a tooth from its crown (the exposed surface) to the level of the supporting bone. Bitewing X-rays detect decay between teeth and changes in the thickness of bone caused by gum disease. Bitewing X-rays can also help determine the proper fit of a crown.

Allows visualization of the articular tubercle, mandibular condyle and fosse and is thus useful to identify structural changes and displaced fractures, as well as assess excursion and joint spaces.

LASER DENTISTRY

Uses focused light beams, to alter or remove tissue in small amounts With laser Dentistry, Patients are less likely to require sutures, Anesthesia may be necessary, The laser will decontaminate the gums, making infection less likely, Less damage to gums shortens the healing time, and patients lose less blood than traditional surgery.

SERVICES

Branch of Dentistry that covers a wide range of procedures. This includes taking X-rays, Dental photos, and impressions for molds of the teeth to be used in consultations and proper diagnosis of the case.

Removal of Calcular Deposits from surface of the tooth up to those under the gums. The dentist uses Ultra Sonic Scalers and Manual Scalers to remove the Plaque and Calcular Deposits.

Drill-less method used to remove stains from surface of the tooth. Treatment consists of pressured non-toxic powder which rapidly removes surface discoloration while conserving healthy tooth structure.

Topical Fluoride Application that helps build strong teeth and prevent cavities.

Application of protective coating on the occlusal surface of the tooth. The sealant forms a hard shield that keeps food and bacteria from getting into the fissures of the tooth.

Treatment done to restore function, morphology and aesthetics. This treatment includes removal of carious tooth structure and replace with Composite Material.

  • Amalgam Removal -

    Over time, exposed surface of the amalgam fillings corrodes, and texture becomes rough. Replacement of amalgam with Composite Fillings is recommended to restore function and improve aesthetics.

Method of professional oral care that focuses on improving the appearance of your mouth, teeth and smile. Although cosmetic dentistry procedures are usually elective, rather than essential, some cases of treatment also provide restorative benefits.

Removal of surface and deep stains on teeth through bleaching that uses blue light technology that activates a specially formulated gel to whiten teeth which causes the teeth to become lighter than their natural shade.

Method of improving the appearance of your mouth, teeth and smile. Cosmetic procedures are usually elective rather than essential, some cases of treatment also provide restorative benefits. Procedure done to restore teeth with gaps or chips, or discoloration using tooth-colored materials. This is also done to restore aesthetics of front teeth with cavities.

Treatment method that addresses uneven, bulky gum tissues, giving a gum line that looks natural.

Indirect fabrication of material that is placed over tooth to improve the aesthetics and smile and protect the tooth from surface damage. They can cover chipped and discolored teeth.

Dental Implants is a procedure that replaces tooth roots with metal, screw like posts and replaces damaged or missing teeth with artificial teeth that look and function much like real ones.

  • 1st Stage- Placing the Implant The first stage of the dental implant process is to bury the implant in the bone via a surgical procedure. The dental implant fixture replaces the root of the tooth and requires healing time. During this healing time, osseointegration (the fusion of the bone with the implant itself) occurs. The bone cells attach to the implant rod, filling in the spaces to secure the implant in place for permanent residency. The healing time usually takes from 3-6 months.
  • 2nd Stage- Placing the Abutment The healing abutment is a post that connects the implant to the prosthetic tooth. Essentially, the healing abutment is a bridge that spans through the gum line so that the implant itself remains buried. As with the implant, the abutment has a healing period of its own. The gum around the abutment must heal and form a cuff or collar around it before the crown can be placed.
  • 3rd Stage - The Prosthetic Tooth Once the implant site and the gum tissue have successfully adapted, the prosthetic tooth is fabricated and installed.

Dedicated to the oral health of children from infancy through the teen years. From preventive dental care that includes fluoride treatments, as well as nutrition and diet recommendations, Early assessment and treatment for straightening teeth and correcting an improper bite (orthodontics), and Restoration of cavities or defects.

A dental specialty that focuses on the diagnosos and treatment of the supporting structures of the teeth which includes the gums, bone and other associated tissues that surround and support the teeth.

Branch of dentistry concerned with dental pulp inside the tooth and tissue surrounding the roots of the tooth.

Branch of dentistry that focuses on correcting bite, occlusion, and straightness of teeth.

Invisible aligners that does not use metal or ceramic brackets used to align teeth. It is custom-built for a tight fit, they are best for adults or teens.

Are custom-made devices, usually made of wires or clear plastic, that hold teeth in position after surgery or any method of realigning teeth.

The conventional or traditional type of braces that uses metal brackets with colored bands to give kids a chance to express themselves

Are the same size and shape as metal braces, except that they have tooth-colored or clear brackets that makes it less noticeable which makes it more suitable for patients that have aesthetic concerns.

A type of braces that requires less chair-time and fewer visits to the orthodontist, they can cause less friction and discomfort and can be potentially easier on teeth, no ligatures such as color bands, or elastics are used, and they could be easier to clean.

Branch of dentistry concerned with the management of the Temporomandibular Joint which may include orthotics or appliances, and may be in conjunction with orthodontic treatment.

A TMJ (temporomandibular joint) appliance may relieve pain, discomfort and stiffness in the area where the upper and lower jaw connect, just in front of the ears. Though temporomandibular disorders (TMD) may improve without dental or medical treatment, dentists sometimes prescribe a TMJ appliance to reduce clenching or grinding the teeth, which may worsen TMD symptoms.

Branch of dentistry that focuses on dental prosthesis which restores or replaces the missing tooth structures. This includes full mouth or partial dentures, crowns, onlays, inlays and dental bridge.

  • PFM - Porcelain fused to metal Crown consist of metal alloy at the base topped by porcelain.
  • Zirconia - Zirconia is a white ceramic with good translucency features. It resembles natural tooth enamel because of its color and translucency. It is very durable and is very hard to crack. It is the strongest material used in dentistry today.
  • E-max - Long lasting, highly aesthetic, more and more popular and expensive type of crown E-max is an all-ceramic system that is based on Lithium disilicate glass, and consists of quartz, lithium dioxide, phosphoroxide, alumina, potassium oxide and trace elements.
  • Onlay and Inlay - Custom made filling of composite material constructed out of the mouth from e-max, zircon, or ceramage that covers one more cusp and adjoining occlusal surface of the tooth.
  • Ceramage - zirconium silicate integrated indirect restorative material which can be used to create superior anterior and posterior crowns, veneers, implant-supported restorations, inlays and onlays.
  • Zirconia Milled Acrylic
  • Luxacrown - Simple, Quick and cost-effective manufacture of long-lasting crowns made directly chairside. Luxacrown is perfect for cosmetic restorative cases, Pediatric Cases, Healthy aging adult patients, Pallative patients.

Can be full or partial. They are used to replace missing teeth. They could be permanent, which requires professional help to be removed, or removable, which allow patients to remove them with ease.

protective device for the mouth that covers the teeth and gums to prevent and reduce injury to the teeth, arches, lips and gums. A mouthguard is most often used to prevent injury in contact sports, as a treatment for bruxism or TMD.

Occlusal guard, appliance prescribed to patients to treat teeth grinding(bruxism). It protects teeth and other vital structures by offering protective barrier between upper and lower teeth.

branch of Dentistry that deals with surgical treatment of teeth, gums and jaw bones. This includes extraction, grafting, soft tissue surgery and preparation of the gums and bones for replacement of missing teeth or prosthodontics.

Surgical removal of heavily carious or infected teeth. It is also done to prepare teeth for orthodontic treatment.

Surgical removal of impacted third molars.

Surgical treatment where the frenum is reduced in size with a scalpel (blade) or a laser made specifically to cut soft tissue.

Minor surgical procedure that removes the apex of the tooth's root. This is necessary if an infection develops or continuous after root canal.

Dental procedure where the dentist cuts away part of the gingiva to eliminate periodontal pocket and improve aesthetics.

Periodontal procedure to increase the amount of tooth structure above the gum. This is necessary to have adequate tooth structure available to retain and support the crown that is being placed.

Procedure done to build up new bone to preserve or augment bone in preparation for dental implant.

Imaging technique that uses radiation to view the internal form of an object to evaluate your oral health. This can help dentist to identify problems, like cavities, tooth decay and impacted teeth.

Uses a very small dose of radiation to capture the entire mouth in one image. It used to plan treatment for dentures, braces, extractions and implants.

A cephalometric x-ray is a diagnostic radiograph which shows us the skull in side view which is primarily used for orthodontic treatment planning.

A periapical x-ray is a focused x-ray that shows the whole tooth from crown up to the apex. Periapical x-ray detects unusual changes in the root and surrounding bone structures.

Shows detail of the upper and lower teeth in one area of the mouth. Each bitewing shows a tooth from its crown (the exposed surface) to the level of the supporting bone. Bitewing X-rays detect decay between teeth and changes in the thickness of bone caused by gum disease. Bitewing X-rays can also help determine the proper fit of a crown.

Allows visualization of the articular tubercle, mandibular condyle and fosse and is thus useful to identify structural changes and displaced fractures, as well as assess excursion and joint spaces.

Uses focused light beams, to alter or remove tissue in small amounts With laser Dentistry, Patients are less likely to require sutures, Anesthesia may be necessary, The laser will decontaminate the gums, making infection less likely, Less damage to gums shortens the healing time, and patients lose less blood than traditional surgery.