Emergency Number - 0721608767

Parklands Branch - 0708 848 482

Doctors Park, 3rd parklands avenue, 3rd floor

Treatment For Snoring

Snoring and sleep apnea can be treated using oral reconstructive surgery or by use of oral appliance therapy. These appliances are small devices that resemble bite guards that keep the jaw elevated to ensure air flow remains unobstructed through the night.A dentist should advice

you whether you need oral appliance therapy or if a few lifestyle adjustments could

clear the problem. Book an appointment with us today.

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Treatment Missing Teeth

Missing teeth affect how we chew our food, how we look and also affect the growth of the other teeth. Due to the spaces between the teeth, the remaining teeth could grow sideways to occupy the position of the missing teeth. This affects appearance, jaw function and how we chew.Based on the assessment

by the dentist, they could recommend certain procedures depending on the number of missing teeth.The dentist could recommend

dental implants, dental bridges or removable partial dentures.The most common teeth that are often missing are

wisdom teeth, bicuspids, premolars and incisors.

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Treatment For Broken Teeth

Missing teeth affect how we chew our food, how we look and also affect the growth of the other teeth. Due to the spaces between the teeth, the remaining teeth could grow sideways to occupy the position of the missing teeth. This affects appearance, jaw function and how we chew.Based on the

assessment by the dentist, they could recommend certain procedures dependingon the number of missing teeth.The dentist

could recommend dental implants, dental bridges or removable partial

dentures.The most common teeth that are often missing are

wisdom teeth, bicuspids, premolars and incisors.

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Treatment For Toothaches

Based on the assessment by your dentist, toothaches can be treated. In some severe cases, dental x-rays and imaging will be used to determine the extent of damage to the teeth, jaws and bone structure.

These toothache causing issues are resolved using any of these methods:

  • Root canals
  • Gum disease treatment
  • Tooth extraction
  • Wisdom tooth extraction
  • Bite control
  • Periodontitis treatment
  • Gingivitis treatment
  • Fillings
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Treatment For Stained Teeth

As we grow older, our teeth grow darker in shade due to a host of reasons like tartar development, tea, cigarette smoking, antibiotics and other things we consume that could alter our teeth colour.  Teeth can also darken due to extended antibiotic use. In these cases, teeth whitening is used to lighten

the colour of the tooth enamel. While this procedure does not return teeth to their natural shade, it does make the existing shade lighter

and more presentable.

 

How is teeth whitening done?

 

The procedure is usually done through professional dental bleaching. This can be done at home, over time, or at a dental clinic by a dentist.

Dentist-supervised home whitening is where the dentist prepares a whitening solution based on the needs of your mouth, teeth

and gums and sends you home with a tray with the solution and instructions on how to

use the gel.

Carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide are often used in the chair-side whitening method where a shield is placed over your gums to protect them as the solution is applied to your teeth in order to oxidize it and lighten it. This method is done in the clinic under the supervision of a qualified dentist.

Most times, teeth whitening is done to protect gums from damage and whiter teeth is an added benefit in these cases.

 

Tooth Care after Whitening:

 

                                                          ·         Brush your teeth thrice a day for at least two minutes, with fluoride toothpaste.

              ·         Reduce intake of sweet/sugary foods and fizzy drinks

·         Make regular appointments with your dentist.

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