Aesthetic Dentistry

Tooth Jewellery

  • Tooth gems also known as tooth jewels are tiny glass crystals which sparkle like a diamond.
  • They are specially designed for dental use and have no sharp edges.
  • It offers a fancy option to enhance aesthetic/cosmetic appearance of your smile by adding a sparkle.
  • Your dentist will place the tooth gem/tooth jewel on the surface of your selected tooth with a simple and quick procedure.
  • This procedure does not alter the tooth structure and has no side effects.
  • It is completely non-invasive and pain-free.
  • A tooth gem/tooth jewel can be easily removed from the tooth surface by your dentist.

LAMIMATES &  CROWNS

Why do I need a LAMINATE VENEER?

Veneers are "thin piece of porcelain designed to cover the front surface of teeth and used to re-create the natural look of teeth, to improve your appearance.

Veneers can be used to fix patients’ multiple structural or cosmetic issues with their teeth, such as:   

  • Chips
  • Cracks
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Minor misalignment
  • Discoloration

How about CROWNS?

            A crown is an artificial restoration that fits over a prepared tooth, making it strong and giving the shape of a natural tooth.

A crown restoration may be recommended to:

  • IMPROVE YOUR SMILE,
  • Protect a weak tooth from fracture,
  • Cover a dental implant,
  • Cover a discolored or poorly shaped tooth.

Conventional methods require at least one week for a crown to be completed.

With cutting edge technology of IDC a full crown restoration lasts about 2-3 days. At the first visit, dental team will prepare the tooth, scan your mouth with our technological digital devices. At the second visit, our professional will test the crown, if needed will do some more adjustment. Once the crown is ready, it is permanently cemented on your tooth.

Crowns are prepared by  technology in IDC just in hours.

 

 

CAD / CAM RESTORATIONS

Computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) has been extensively utilized in a variety of manufacturing and engineering fields for decades. Now, CAD/CAM is helping revolutionize the digital dentistry world by simplifying and streamlining the creation of porcelain dental restorations.

Using a CAD/CAM restorative technique, a number of steps can be simplified or eliminated. Traditional impressions can be replaced by use of a handheld scanning device that digitally records the form of the preparation.

Advantages of CAD/CAM Dentistry to traditional restorations

  • There is no need for multiple visits,
  • The restoration is completed in a single appointment within hours,
  • Negates the need for temporaries,
  • Avoids cross contaminations,
  • Require fewer appointments and time,
  • Provides less chair time.

Design : Faculty of Communication, Department of Visual Communication Design

Design & Coding : Department of IT & Web Design

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