Teeth are an essential part of our body, which brings out the perfect appearance by a perfect smile. But they need professional care. Some dentists cure cavities or other conditions by medications. Basic but best dental care requires regular visits to your doctor which only a professional can provide.
A dentist is a personality who has a specialty in dental knowledge and oral hygiene. The professional dentist provides the best dental care treatments which are Dental restorations, Crowns, Bridges, Braces, Root canal therapy, periodontal therapy, and Oral Surgery.
The services provide by the dentist are as follows:
Tooth bleaching or Tooth whitening is a process of removing the stains from the tooth, lighting the color of teeth, and enhance the appearance. Teeth whitening can last for several months but it requires regular dental care.
Tooth bonding is a process of reshaping the teeth, filing the decays, closing the minor gaps, and correction of mild irregularities in teeth.
It is a part of tooth bonding, which includes the whitening process that cannot be done by bleaching. Veneers are wafer-thin and are place over the front part of the teeth for giving a natural look.
Enamel Microabrasion is the best treatment for yellow, brown and for spots on the teeth, and can be performed without anesthesia.
A dental implant is a surgical process of positioning a metal post into the jawbone and beneath the gums, and afterward, teeth are implanted into them. For this process, you need to have strong gums and sufficient bones to support them. Dental implants help to feel like one’s own tooth. It benefits in a better appearance, and slowly they get permanent.
Diagnostic and Preventive
The dentist and his team believe in a friendly environment for patients. They have a mutual understanding of the patients. They inform their patients about the work, which needs to be done and how much will it cost them. Dentists also discuss the benefits and disadvantages of the treatment.
Digital Dental x-ray RVG
Digital dental x rays provided to the patients for the easier detection of problems using the diagnostic tools. There are various stages of treatment. So there is no pressure on patients to take the x rays. By using dental x rays, the tooth decays appear darker, which helps to seek the problem.
Pit and fissure sealants
Pit and fissure sealants are the procedure to treat tooth decay or to prevent the tooth from decay. This procedure performed mainly on children because they have a higher risk of cavities. The dental sealants used to fill the pits to make them smooth for the cleaning process and they are placed when molar teeth are developed.
Endodontic and operative endodontic
Tooth-colored fillings are a process of filing the minimal decays, which appear to look like natural teeth. The filling can do in two ways either “Metal filling” or “Tooth-colored filling”. The procedure is performed by applying anesthesia to numb the area and then removing the defect from the tooth. Later on, placing the metal over the surface of the tooth. This last for decades but needs proper dental care.
Inlays and Onlays
Inlays or Onlays are indirect restorations to process the treatment of extensive damage. They performed on molar and premolar teeth. Inlays and Onlays procedures performed when damage experienced but do not need a crown. The single and solid piece prepared outside with a specific size and shape then placed over the cavity.
Post and Core build up
Post and core build up suggested when teeth have been damaged from the root. And the restoration of the crown requires. Two types of posts are performed such as “Prefabricated post” and “Cast Post”. They are needed when an inadequate amount of tissue is remaining for the crown. The root canal is prepared and the post is cemented into the root canal to retain the final crown.
Root Canal Treatment
The procedure of Root canal treatment is removing the infected pulp from the tooth. By removing the unhealthy and infectious tooth with a dental instrument, the restoration of the crown performed by reshaping and cleaning the root canal.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Full mouth rehabilitation is the process of full mouth constructions including reshaping, bonding, replacing all the teeth. The procedure performed to enhance the look of the patient. It can take a couple of months or a year to complete the procedure.
Periodontal includes the procedures, are “Scaling and root planning”, “Gingivectomy”, “Gingival curettage”, “Flap surgery”, “Soft tissue graft”, and “Splinting”. The problems of bacterial plaque, gum diseases, damaged tissues, and reshaping the jawbones are treated by this procedure.
Prosthetic includes the procedures are “Crowns and bridges”, “Dentures”, “Flexible Denture”, “Tissue conditioning”, and “Relining”.
Orthodontic includes the procedures are “Space Maintainers”, “Habit Breaking Appliance”, “Preventive Orthodontics”, “Fixed/Removable Orthodontics”, and “Invisible Orthodontics”.
Oral surgery involves procedures such as “Removal of impacted teeth,” “Tooth Extractions”,”Apicoectomy”,“Cyst removal”, and “Pre-prosthetic surgeries”.
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