It gathers the complete care of all dental specialties giving back the proper function and aesthetics to your mouth.
It involves diseases that affect the dental nerve which may be due to infection by tooth cavities, blows or old dental procedures. To avoid dental extraction we disinfect the tooth and fill it with a sterile material which will prolong the life of that tooth.
Helps having healthy gums and the precautions for the bone of the tooth to keep it in place and prevent it from falling off.
They replace one or more teeth with titanium screws that are attached to the bone and help keep their aesthetics and proper function as if they were natural teeth.
It provides a harmonious, beautiful and white smile by changing the shape, size or color of teeth.
It restores the chewing function by replacing the missing teeth with different options of both fixed and removable prostheses.
Extraction of wisdom teeth.
By means of a led and laser light, a product that removes stains on teeth caused by coffee, tea, coke, wine, smoking etc. is activated, returning the natural color to your teeth, it does not wear enamel out or causes cavities.
Braces and orthodontic treatment are used to correct “bad bites,” or malocclusion (teeth that are crowded or crooked). In some cases your teeth may be straight, but your upper and lower jaws may not meet properly. These jaw or tooth alignment problems may be inherited or could result from injury, early or late tooth loss, or thumb-sucking.
If you have an abnormal bite we can recommend braces or another orthodontic treatment to straighten out your smile. Correcting the problem can create a nice-looking smile, but more importantly, orthodontic treatment results in a healthier mouth. Not correcting an abnormal bite could result in further oral health problems.
Straightening your teeth can be accomplished in different ways. The kind of orthodontic treatment you have will depend on your preference and the options provided by us. Traditional braces realign teeth by applying pressure. They usually consist of small brackets cemented to your teeth, connected by a wire, which is periodically tightened by your dentist or orthodontist to gradually shift your teeth and jaw. The brackets may be metal or tooth colored. Sometimes they are placed behind your teeth. Removable aligners are another option for treating orthodontic problems.
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