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    Porcelain Veneers


    Porcelain veneers are thin laminate material cemented on the tooth surface to improve its appearance or to protect it from further damage. They are often used in severe cases involving dullness, wear, discoloration, extensive chipping, cracking, spacing or uneven teeth.

    What to Expect

    Expect sensitivity to hot and cold because of the tooth reduction procedure.

    Post Treatment

    If the patients grinds or clenches their teeth at night, a night guard should be advised to wear. Refrain from eating hard food that will induce great amount of force upon chewing because the veneers might break or fracture.

    NOTE: Dental visit every 6 months is mandatory to ensure proper oral health & healthy gums  & maintain the integrity of the materials used.

    Tooth Lamination/Bonding

    tooth lamination

    Tooth lamination is the process when tooth colored materials are applied free-handedly (laminated) to the teeth to correct the shape, size and color. The procedure can strengthen, whiten and beautify your teeth in a single visit.

    NOTE: Laminated tooth can chip or stain more easily, giving them a limited aesthetic life. Some dentists may recommend that tooth bonding be used for temporary, minor, or cosmetic changes. These restorations need to be replaced periodically considering that your teeth may change in color naturally. It is best to consult with your dentist about the best approach to your problem.


    Teeth Whitening/Bleaching

    Teeth Whitening

    Teeth whitening/bleaching uses a combination of formulated gel and a curing light to whiten teeth-typically by 4 – 6 shades lighter. Done by experienced dentists, the treatment produces immediate visible results.

    Patients are advised not to take in foods that stain teeth (tea, coffee, etc.) for 24 hours to allow time for the teeth’s enamel pores to normalize.

    The patient would experience sensitivity of teeth during and until few hours after the procedure.




    If tooth decay or damage is so extensive that veneers, dental filling or other conservative treatments aren’t viable treatment options — or if you have undergone root canal therapy — your dentist will consult with you about dental crowns.

    Dental crowns, also known as “caps,” preserve the functionality of damaged teeth. The purpose of a dental crown is to encase or cover a weakened/damaged tooth with a custom-designed material.


    First Appointment

    • Consultation
    • Dental impression for the fabrication of your temporary crown
    • Tooth shade guide to match the color of your temporary crown and permanent crown

    Second Appointment

    • Reduction of your natural tooth to accommodate the dental crown
    • Final dental Impression for the fabrication of the permanent crown
    • A temporary crown will be fitted while the permanent crown is created in the laboratory

    Third Appointment

    • Fitting and checking of margins and bite if properly adapted to the tooth. If everything is satisfactory, the dentist will cement the crown to the tooth.

    Post Treatment

    Taking good care of the crown as to avoid any oral complications is as follows;

    • Practicing good oral hygiene by brushing the teeth 2-3 times a day and flossing should also be included to remove dental plaque/calcular deposits.
    • Avoid eating hard foods on the crowned tooth to avoid breakage.

    NOTE: Dental visit every 6 months is mandatory to ensure proper oral health & healthy gums & maintain the integrity of the materials used.

    Fixed Bridge

    fixed bridge

    A fixed bridge is a dental restoration that replaces one or more missing teeth. It is made up of three or more crowns that are cemented on the natural teeth on either side of the gap — these natural teeth act as an anchor for the bridge and are called abutment teeth. The false teeth that fill the gaps are called pontics. The bridge is held firmly in place by your own teeth on each side of the missing one(s) . A bridge is permanent and cannot be removed.


    First Appointment

    • Consultation
    • Dental impression for the fabrication of your temporary bridge
    • Tooth shade guide to match the color of your temporary bridge and permanent bridge

    Second Appointment

    • Reduction of your natural tooth (as abutment)to accommodate the dental bridge
    • Final dental Impression for the fabrication of the permanent bridge
    • A temporary bridge will be fitted while the permanent bridge is created in the laboratory

    Third Appointment

    • Fitting and checking of margins and bite if properly adapted to the tooth. If everything is satisfactory, the dentist will cement the bridge to the natural tooth.

    Post Treatment:

    Dental bridges require strict levels of oral hygiene. If you are lazy about brushing, flossing and regular check-ups, you are likely to end up with serious problems like foul breath and infections due to collection of food debris.

    Avoid eating hard foods to avoid breakage.

    NOTE: Dental visit every 6 months is mandatory to ensure proper oral health & healthy gums  & maintain the integrity of the materials used.



    A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Two types of dentures are available — complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all the teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.


    The denture making process takes a few weeks and several appointments. Once your dentist determines what type and design of denture is best for you, the treatment starts with a series of impressions of the upper and lower jaw, registration of the bite, and facial measurements.

    Models of your teeth are made to subsequently form the shape and position of the future denture using wax. Several trial fittings will be done with this model and the denture will be assessed for the color of the artificial teeth, shape, and fit before the final denture is processed.

    Adjustments will be made as necessary for every step of the treatment.

    Post Treatment

    Dental visit every year to check and examine the adaptation of the denture to the oral mucosa.

    Clean the dentures properly by brushing it with soap or denture cleansers to remove foul odor.

    Remove the denture every night so the oral mucosa can properly rest from all day coverage of the denture and prevent formation of fungal diseases.


    Getting braces isn’t what it used to be. Today’s options range from colorfully cool, to nearly invisible. The choice is yours and you don’t have to come up with the answers alone. Your orthodontist is an expert in helping you find your perfect match. So set up a time to talk about your options.

    Standard Metal Braces (Silver)

    Many adults still have painful memories of the big clunky braces from the past. Luckily, times have changed, and so have metal braces. Modern braces are smaller and more comfortable than ever before with low profiles and strong adhesives.

    Tinsel teeth beware: From silver and gold to a rainbow of color, today’s metal braces represent a brave new expression of confidence.

    • Smaller braces enhance comfort and aesthetics
    • High bond strength provides firm, corrective forces
    • Unique natural curvature provides maximum contact and comfort
    • Smooth finish is easier on the lips and gums
    • Metal braces with colored bands have become a popular new way to decorate teeth

    Standard Ceramic Braces

    standard Ceramic_braces

    Ceramic Braces work like metal braces. Only better, because they blend in with your teeth for a great look. They are a perfect combination of strength and beauty.

    • Translucent, designed to blend in with your teeth
    • Small and smooth for your comfort
    • Smile all you want, there’s no staining
    • Ceramic braces are trusted and used by orthodontists worldwide

    Self –Ligating Metal Braces

    smart-clip metal braces

    The Self-Ligating Braces technology eliminates the need for rubber bands. Instead, an innovative clip system does the trick. That’s a big change for the better when it comes to your smile.

    • Small SmartClip braces move teeth more quickly
    • Smooth, contoured surfaces offer a more comfortable fit
    • Self-ligating design keeps orthodontist appointments to a minimum
    • Without rubber bands, braces are easier to keep clean

    Self-Ligating Ceramic


    Self-Ligating  Ceramic Braces provide all of the benefits of self-ligating braces with the added advantage of translucent ceramic that  blend in with your teeth and provide a smooth, comfortable and extremely durable fit.

    • Designed to move your teeth quickly
    • Durable, translucent ceramic blends with your teeth
    • Potential for fewer and faster appointments
    • Allows for easy cleaning and reduces plaque build-up
    • Smooth, rounded edges provide added comfort



    Retainers preserve and stabilize your results from orthodontic treatment. They are the best way to control or limit changes in tooth position. Wear your retainers as prescribed to maintain your healthy new smile.


    A child′s first experience with a dentist establishes the child’s relationship with his or her teeth early on. The appearance of milk teeth is the first sign to bring your child to the dentist. Our clinic is equipped to treat the special needs of patients ages 1 to 12, helping you build a solid foundation for your child’s oral health care.

    Fluoride Application


    Fluoride treatment is one of the best defenses against tooth decay. It makes teeth more resistant to decay, repairs tiny areas of decay before they become big cavities and makes germs inside the mouth less able to cause decay.



    Pit And Fissure Sealant

    tooth sealant

    A sealant is a plastic material that is applied to the teeth, hardens, and provides a barrier against plaque and other harmful substances. Sealants can be applied to the 1st and 2nd permanent molars to help protect the grooves and pits of these teeth that can be hard to clean and are prone to developing cavities, and appropriate premolars as soon as possible after they erupt.


    Oral Prophylaxis (Routine Dental Cleaning/Deep Scaling & Polishing)


    Oral Prophylaxis is a procedure done for teeth cleaning. It removes tartar and plaque build-up from the surfaces of the teeth as well as those hidden in between and under the gums. The dentist uses a scaler, a type of hand instrument, to remove the plaque and tartar.

    This procedure usually takes around 30 mins to 45mins. It is highly recommended to have your Dental Cleaning ever six months to maintain good oral health.


    Tooth Filling


    A dental filling is a type of restorative dentistry treatment used to repair minimal tooth fractures, tooth decay or otherwise damaged surfaces of the teeth. Dental filling materials, which include composite, porcelain and silver amalgam, may be used to even out tooth surfaces for better biting or chewing.



    Tooth Extraction


    A dental extraction (also referred to as tooth extraction, exodontia, exodontics, or historically, tooth pulling) is the removal of teeth from the dental alveolus (socket) in the alveolar bone. Extractions are performed for a wide variety of reasons, but most commonly to remove teeth which have become unrestorable through tooth decay, periodontal disease or dental trauma; especially when they are associated with toothache.


    Root Canal Treatment


    A root canal is a treatment used to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or becomes infected. During a root canal procedure, the nerve and pulp are removed and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and sealed. Without treatment, the tissue surrounding the tooth will become infected and abscesses may form.


     Wisdom Tooth Removal


    If you are experiencing pain or swelling on your jaw area near your ear chances are it might be your wisdom tooth. Wisdom teeth are your third molars, the last molars towards the end. Sometimes, these teeth are impacted, meaning they are enclosed under the gums and/or the jawbone or only partially erupt through the gum.

    Partial eruption of the wisdom teeth allows an opening for bacteria to enter around the tooth and cause an infection, which results in pain, swelling, jaw stiffness, and general illness. They are also more prone to tooth decay and gum disease because their hard-to-reach location and awkward positioning makes brushing and flossing difficult.

    The decision to remove wisdom teeth isn’t always clear. Talk to our dentist  about the position and health of your wisdom teeth and what’s best for your situation.