Treatments

ORTHODONTICS

Orthodontics is the science that is responsible for preventing, diagnosing and correcting possible alterations in the position of the teeth and keeping them in an optimal state of health and harmony, through the use and control of different types of forces.
  • Crowded Teeth
  • Teeth not aligned
  • Correct bite problems in children and adults

TREATMENT OF RADICULAR DUCTS

Root canal treatment therapy (canal treatments) refers to the treatment of the internal aspects of the tooth, specifically the area inside the tooth originally occupied by the "pulp tissue" of the tooth.

Most people probably refer to the pulp tissue of the tooth as their "nerve." While it is true that the pulp tissue of the tooth contains nerve fibers, it is also composed of arteries, veins, lymphatic vessels and connective tissue. We will use the term "nerve" and "nerve tissue" to refer to the pulp tissue of the tooth.

As shown in the illustration, after the treatment of channels, the next procedure is the reconstruction of the dental crown.

GUM TREATMENT

Periodontal disease affects the gums and the bone that supports the gums.

There are no signs that prevent us from this disease, beyond occasional bleeding during brushing, gum inflammation and bad mouth odor.

If gum disease is not treated, the consequences are loss of gum height and even loss of teeth.

Gum cleaning is recommended every 3 months, using special manual devices known as curettes or ultrasonic plate removers.

DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental implants are screw-like attachments that replace dental roots. These biological screws are made of special titanium alloys. The implants are attached to the patient's bone.

Prosthetic crowns are secured to the implants to replicate the missing tooth.

Prosthesis options include individual crowns, bridges or total prostheses sustained on implants. The new tooth looks, feels and acts as one of its natural teeth.

Most people probably refer to the pulp tissue of the tooth as their "nerve." While it is true that the pulp tissue of the tooth contains nerve fibers, it is also composed of arteries, veins, lymphatic vessels and connective tissue. We will use the term "nerve" and "nerve tissue" to refer to the pulp tissue of the tooth.

As shown in the illustration, after the treatment of channels, the next procedure is the reconstruction of the dental crown.

COMPOSITE RESINS (WHITE FILLINGS)

In the image you can see an amalgam filling being replaced by a composite filling.

Introduced in the 60's, dental composites were limited to the anterior teeth since they were not strong enough to withstand the forces generated by the posterior teeth. Today, composites have been significantly improved and can be successfully placed on the posterior teeth as well. This has been achieved by the inclusion of extremely resistant nano compounds, which mixed with fine glass particles, provide strength and aesthetics.

The composites are not only used to restore destroyed teeth but also for cosmetic improvements of the smile, since it can change the color of the teeth or shape a disfigured tooth.

In Professional Dental Clinics we use state-of-the-art resins from prestigious German houses such as VOCO.

There are no signs that prevent us from this disease, beyond occasional bleeding during brushing, gum inflammation and bad mouth odor.

If gum disease is not treated, the consequences are loss of gum height and even loss of teeth.

Gum cleaning is recommended every 3 months, using special manual devices known as curettes or ultrasonic plate removers.

PORCELAIN VENEERS

Porcelain veneers are covered with ultra thin porcelains that are cemented in front of the teeth to make a cosmetic improvement of their appearance. Porcelain veneers are routinely used to correct teeth that are discolored, worn, fractured or misaligned.

Two advantages that porcelain veneers have over conventional fillings are:

  • Porcelain veneers create a very real dental appearance.
  • Porcelain veneers do not stain with coffee, cigar or wine.

Once your veneers are permanently placed, they will feel like a natural part of your tooth, and you can use them in the same way you use your natural teeth.

Prosthesis

Prostheses are removable attachments to replace missing teeth; They are typically made of acrylic or porcelain resin teeth that sometimes have metal for additional support.

There are two main types of prostheses - partial and total. You loved are delicately carved and made to order. With good maintenance, your prostheses will look natural and give you a perfect smile.

Additionally, prostheses help to firm the muscles that control your expressions, correct pronunciation problems caused by missing teeth and help you chew.

Whitening

Laser teeth whitening is the latest in whitening technology and is the most popular method for teeth whitening, providing immediate and dramatic results.

This is a procedure performed at the clinic and it usually takes less than an hour to complete.

A special protective layer is applied to the patient's gum and a retraction device is adjusted and worn by the patient throughout the procedure.

Two advantages that porcelain veneers have over conventional fillings are:

  • Porcelain veneers create a very real dental appearance.
  • Porcelain veneers do not stain with coffee, cigar or wine.

Once your veneers are permanently placed, they will feel like a natural part of your tooth, and you can use them in the same way you use your natural teeth.

THIRD MOLAR SURGERY

Surely the extraction of cords, commonly called wisdom teeth, is the intervention that is most often performed within oral surgery and, as its name indicates, is based on the surgical extraction of the cords or wisdom teeth.

There are many indications to carry out the extraction of cords, among which the lack of space in the jaw for a correct eruption, the abnormal orientation of the cords or wisdom teeth that can cause damage to neighboring parts or dental crowding, or also gum inflammation problems due to an incomplete eruption of the cords, which can cause a chronic infection in the surrounding gum.

But at this moment you could say that facing the surgery of cordales is almost a pleasure, and why? Because now we have intravenous sedation, which by means of medications that a specially trained anesthesiologist administers to our patient, helps us keep him asleep, but conscious during the surgery of ropes, without feeling pain or remembering something of what was the extraction of its cords in the postoperative period.

PORCELAIN CROWNS AND BRIDGES

Porcelain crowns completely cover and protect teeth that have had extensive damage.

They restore and improve the appearance of your teeth by hiding fractures, discolorations, misaligned teeth and other imperfections.

Porcelain crowns look completely natural and offer extra support to teeth that are weak or damaged.

They can also incredibly improve the overall appearance of your smile and make your teeth more resistant.

Currently we work with materials such as IPS Empress, Zirconium crowns and alumina.

WHAT KIND OF TREATMENT DO YOU NEED?

We have a team of professionals specializing in the areas of Orthodontics, Cosmetic Dentistry, Bridges and Dentures, Root Channels, Third Molar Surgery and Implantology

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