Periodontology

This branch of dentistry treats problems of the periodontium (also called periodontal or periodontal tissue), the hard and soft structures that support the teeth: the gums, alveolar bone, periodontal ligament, and root cement. All these elements work together to keep the teeth in the jaws fixed and stable during chewing. Periodontology, therefore, deals with the diagnosis, the medical treatment, and also the prevention of periodontal diseases. During the dental examination, the specialist examines your gums, checks if a gum recession has occurred, and checks with a probe the periodontal spaces, the spaces between tooth and gum.

Smile Design

Smile design is a cosmetic dental surgery that improves your oral health and appearance by correcting flaws in your teeth. It entails a personalized treatment and long-term benefits for a straighter, whiter, and more natural-looking smile.

Endodontics

Endodontics is the treatment of the dental pulp (the tissue inside the tooth that contains the nerve, blood vessels, and soft connective tissue) and the tissues surrounding the tooth. The dentist removes the pulp, fills the interior with appropriate filling material, and closes the root with a thermoplastic rubber called gutta-percha. When the nerve tissue or pulp becomes irritated or infected, root canal treatment is required. If you do not seek endodontic treatment, the tooth will deteriorate, causing discomfort in both the inflamed area and the abscess.

 

Implantology

The procedure of placing the bridge over the implants is the same as placing them over the real teeth. A fairly effective alternative that resolves situations when the patient has a significant lack of teeth, whether in the lower or upper jaw. As with placing a tooth on the implant, the bridge over the implant can also be subject to failure. To avoid the risk of compromising the entire bridge structure, it is essential to follow a few rules. 

 

Orthodontics

Orthodontics is a dentistry specialty that focuses on tooth alignment and straightening. If you have crooked, overlapped, twisted, or gapped teeth, you should consult an orthodontist. Traditional braces, clear aligners, and detachable retainers are all common orthodontic treatments.

 

 

 

Veneers

Veneers are thin shells that cover the front surfaces of your teeth. To make them, technicians employ high-quality dental materials such as tooth-colored composite or porcelain. Dental veneers are just aesthetic. They can hide a wide range of cosmetic flaws, like chips, cracks, gaps, tooth discoloration, and more.

 

 

 

Zirconia Bridge

In comparison to other types of bridges, Zirconia Bridge has been acknowledged as having the highest grade of the bridge that is robust, long-lasting, and visually pleasing. It is commonly preferred over metal-ceramic bridges because it causes less tooth sensitivity and lacks the unsightly grey line at the gum line. This is a disadvantage of using a bridge for many people. However, an all-ceramic bridge or the highly-rated zirconia bridge can be used to avoid this.