The area of dentistry known as cosmetic dentistry is concerned with enhancing the appearance of your smile. Veneers, dental bonding, and teeth whitening are common cosmetic dental procedures.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are surgically placed into the jawbone to support replacement teeth.
Dentures are fixed or removable dental prostheses that replace missing teeth. This includes bridges, crowns and implants.
“Tooth whitening” is a comparatively simple cosmetic procedure to visibly whiten our teeth. The term comes from the English (to bleach = to bleach).
Sedation dentistry refers to the use of medications to help patients relax or sleep during dental procedures. The aim of sedation dentistry is to make dental procedures more comfortable and reduce anxiety and fear associated with dental treatments.
Oral health refers to the overall health and cleanliness of the mouth, teeth, gums, and other structures that make up the oral cavity.
Laser dentistry refers to the use of lasers in various dental procedures, including tooth preparation, periodontal treatment, and soft-tissue surgery.
Orthodontics is a specialty within the field of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities.
Aesthetic fillings are dental restorations that are designed to not only restore the function of a damaged or decayed tooth, but also to match the color, shape, and texture of the surrounding teeth.
Root canal treatment (endodontic treatment) is a dental procedure that is performed to remove infected or damaged tissue from inside the tooth.
Gum treatment refers to a variety of procedures performed by a dentist or periodontist to treat gum disease or improve the health of gums.
Dental surgery refers to any procedure that involves cutting into the soft tissue or bones of the mouth, face, or jaw to treat a range of dental and oral conditions.