Prevention is better than a cure! Good daily oral hygiene habits are essential.
Meticulous professional cleaning and personalised periodic check-ups are important to maintain good oral health
Dental hygiene is essential to good oral health as well as overall health. Many diseases stem from poor dental hygiene.
Dental hygienists offer personalised care to eliminate tartar, plaque and stains. This helps prevent and treat periodontal issues and bad breath (halitosis)
Prophylaxis assistants perform dental scaling, polishing and provide guidance in oral hygiene.
They mainly care for patients who are free of periodontal disease, children and adolescents.
They work closely with dentists and hygienists.
When a tooth is decayed or broken it must be repaired to prevent deterioration.
Modern composites allow for high quality bonded restorations. They are metal-free and respectful of natural teeth and colour.
When the nerve of the tooth is affected or infected, root canal treatment (endodontic treatment) is necessary to save the tooth.
Root canal treatment consists of meticulous cleaning, disinfection and sealing of the root canal.
Crowns and bridges are prostheses that are fixed onto teeth or implants.
Removable partial dentures are anchored onto natural teeth or implants.
Full dentures replace all the teeth in a dental arch. They are retained by the mucosa or by dental implants.