Well aligned teeth go a long way towards enhancing your smile. Teeth that are crocked increase the risk of gum disease and worn teeth. Aligning your teeth decreases the likelihood of costly dentistry in the future. Invisalign is an alternative to braces that consists of a series of almost invisible aligners that gradually move your teeth to the required position. This treatment is individualised for each patient and is planned by your dentist.
Complex dental work involves restoring damaged teeth and gums using such treatments as:
Anyone who is missing one or more teeth, even at the back, due to injury or tooth decay may be a candidate for dental implants.
When a tooth is removed, the surrounding teeth begin to move or tilt, which in turn can lead to decay, gum disease, and jaw problems. There maybe a loss of muscle tone, which may result in the skin appearing ‘saggy’. Replacing the tooth into the bone with a dental implant allows the muscle to become stronger and the bone to revitalise. This allows the facial skin to expand, looking smoother.
Patients who have many missing teeth or severe deterioration of most teeth may require a full mouth reconstruction using a combination of restorations
The aim is to make the correct relation between gums, bones, muscles and teeth.
Cosmetic dental treatments use a variety of techniques to restore or improve the appearance of teeth, gums and/or bite.
They can include:
A beautiful smile is more than just about looking good – it's about feeling good, too. With today's technological innovations in dentistry, our specialists significantly improve the attractiveness of your smile, with little or no discomfort. Cosmetic dentistry is no longer the province of models, actors and the rich.
Wisdom teeth are the last of the adult teeth that emerge from the gums in the late teens or early twenties, these teeth also known as the third molars. Sometimes they never develop in certain people, while in others up to four teeth are seen one at each end of the upper and lower gums.
Despite the great technical advances that have been made in dentistry in recent years, many people still suffer anxiety and pain, and can’t bring themselves to seek regular dental treatment because of their fear.