There are many types of previously planned or cases of emergency where normal dental services are not enough. In these cases dental surgery is needed. Patients used to travel different places to get surgery which is uncomfortable and painful.
In Pillango Dental Clinic you don't need to travel elsewhere or book and stand in line, mouth surgery is at your diposal in place.
Inlays and Onlays are restorations that are made to rear teeth that have a mild to moderate amount of decay. They are made of composite resin material, porcelain, or gold by a dental laboratory.
Aesthetic dentistry means that we use materials highly similar to the shape, color and composition of teeth. Amalgam is outdated and as such is not recommended to use anymore. Old fillings with decays are routinely replaced with tooth-colored fillings.
Zoom! Advanced Power Teeth Whitening
We all want to look our best and a brighter, whiter smile can do so much to enhance your appearance and build your confidence. Using Zoom! Advanced Power teeth whitening, The Dental Clinic can whiten your teeth by up to 10 shades in just one treatment, in less than one hour.
Dental hygienic treatment
The dental hygienic treatment helps to prevent gum disease and maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Dental Hygiene treatments range from the care of children's teeth and gums, to more complex periodontal (gum) treatments and the removal of plaque and calculus (the deposits that collect on the teeth) and staining, such as tea, red wine and tobacco.
Complete dentures are used to replace missing teeth for people with no remaining teeth. Dentures may also be used for people who have lost several teeth. In this case, the appliance is called a partial denture. Tooth loss may result from periodontal disease (gum disease), tooth decay, or traumatic injury. It is very important to replace missing teeth. The ill effects of not doing so can be a shift in remaining teeth, an inability to bite and chew properly, as well as a sagging facial appearance, which makes one appear older than they are.
Root Canal Treatment
The teeth are calcified objects with a hollow space within. The hollow space is known as the pulp chamber, which comprises of the nerves, arteries, veins, lymph vessels and connective tissue that nourish the tooth. Root canals - The nerve of each tooth enters at the tip of its root and runs through the centre of the root in small root canals that merge ultimately with the pulp chamber. The number of canals varies according to the teeth. Generally, the front teeth have a single root canal while molars often have three or more canals.
One of the advantages of using porcelain veneers to create changes for teeth, as opposed to other types of porcelain dental restorations, is that very little tooth reduction is needed. In general the dentist only needs to trim the tooth the same amount as the thickness of the veneer being placed.
Dental Bridges are used to span, or bridge a gap (missing teeth) between healthy teeth. The teeth on either side of the empty space are reshaped and reduced in size. The two shaped teeth then act as anchors, or abutments. The bridge is attached to the living, health teeth and fills the missing tooth space. If you have 1, or more adjacent missing teeth, then using dental bridging crowns offers the translucency of a natural tooth and a permanent restoration along with functional and aesthetically looking tooth and/or teeth.
What is a Dental Implant? A dental implant is simply an artificial tooth root, usually made of titanium, that is placed into your jaw, which serves as an anchor to hold a replacement tooth, bridge or denture. For individuals who wish to replace missing teeth, dental implants may be an effective long-term solution. Dental implants provide greater structural support and typically last longer than either Permanent Bridges or Full or Partial Dentures.
What are dental crowns? A dental crown is a tooth-shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth's covering the tooth to restore its shape and size, strength, and/or to improve its appearance. The crowns, when cemented into place, fully encase the entire visible portion of a tooth that lies at and above the gum line.