One of the most common and uncomfortable conditions among dental diseases is the excessive appearance of the gums. The reason for this situation can be congenital or it can occur due to a number of problems experienced later on. Gum Contouring also called Gingivectomy is a surgical removal of excess gum or reshape the uneven gum line. Gum Contouring can make your smile look more symmetrical, wider, brighter and healthier. The procedure is done using specialised soft tissue laser technology that ensures a great end result in a short period of time. Gum contouring procedure is done under local anesthesia and completed only in 1 day. Recovery process may take a few days or weeks for your gums to heal completely. You will be informed by the doctor about what to do and avoid during the recovery period.
Gum Contouring Benefits:
- Greater symmetry for your gum line
- The removal of excess gum tissue when you speak or smile
- Reduced bleeding and swelling
- The procedure is permanent and do not need to be repeated
- Virtually painless procedure
Is Gum Contouring Suitable for me?
If your gum is visible when you talk or smile, or uneven, or they cover too much or too little of your teeth, then you may be a good candidate for gum contouring.
One of the biggest cosmetic dental problems is undoubtedly tooth loss. In patients whose teeth are lost for various reasons, problems arise in terms of chewing, speech and aesthetics. Fortunately, there are two different treatments that can be offered to close a gap where a single tooth is missing or multiple teeth are missing along the same row. Dental bridge and implant.
One of the quickest and most cost effective solution is to close the gap is Dental Bridge. The dental bridge procedure is a restorative dental treatment to replace missing teeth. The bridge fills the gap in the mouth between healthy teeth or dental implants on either side to restore both the function and appearance of teeth.
Benefits of Dental Bridge
- More affordable and a quicker solution than implants.
- Does not require surgical intervention and does not have a long recovery period.
- Quick recovery.
- Restores your smile and the appearance of your teeth.
- Restores your ability to properly chew and speak
- Restores and protects your face shape and appearance.
- Prevents the remaining natural teeth from slipping out of their position.
- Evenly distributes biting and chewing forces in your mouth
Which Material Is Best For A Dental Crown Or Bridge?
Metal supported porcelain or zirconium is among the preferred materials for dental bridges. Metal-supported porcelain bridge is strong and durable, it is generally recommended for posterior teeth. Zirconium Bridge is also strong and durable and is often preferred for anterior teeth.
How Many Teeth Can a Dental Bridge Replace?
A dental bridge can be used to replace anywhere from one to four teeth, depending on the patient’s needs. However, it is most common that one to two teeth will be replaced. For example, if you have a single tooth missing you will need a 3 Tooth Dental Bridge to close the gap. If you have two teeth missing next to each other you will need a 4 Tooth Dental Bridge to close the gap and if you have three teeth missing along the same row you will need a 5 Tooth Dental Bridge to close the gap.
The procedure is performed under local anesthesia, there is little or no pain after the procedure. You will have three or four visits to the dentist to prepare for a dental bridge.
Dental bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure that repairs chipped, cracked, broken, differently-shaped teeth or fills the gaps between teeth with tooth-colored composite resin material. Dental bonding is an easy procedure to perform. Bonding is one of the least expensive cosmetic procedures and it is completed in a single visit. Your beautiful smile is restored in less than an hour.
Benefits of a Dental Bonding
- Does not require anesthesia
- Perfect smile in an hour
- Preserves Tooth Structure
If you have teeth with damage that affects the appearance or function of your smile, fill the contact form now. We guarantee you high quality service and treatment at the best price.
Dental fillings are used to restore teeth damaged by decay back to their normal function, and prevent further decay. The dental filling procedure consists of two stages: first, your dentist cleans out the infected tooth, removing all signs of decay and damage; next, and then fills the defect using various materials, restoring the tooth to its original shape and function, and preventing decay that may result from the presence of defects or holes in the teeth.
There are a number of different fillings, including: gold, porcelain, silver amalgam and composite resin. Composite fillings are the most widely used dental filling material. Composite fillings can be closely matched to the color of existing teeth. Composite fillings have a more natural appearance than other options and for this reason it is preferred widely. Composite fillings last up to 15 years depending on the oral hygiene of the patient. You can get a dental filling in a single visit.
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