Veneers are a cosmetic option for a variety of conditions affecting the anterior teeth, including:
Broken or fractured teeth
Permanently stained or discolored teeth, or teeth in poor position.
Interceptive Orthodontics: is aimed at correcting deviations that are occurring at the moment but can still be treated to change their evolution.
Invisible Orthodontics: Consists of a series of plastic aligners, very comfortable, removable, hygienic, and practically imperceptible.
WHAT ARE THEY?
They are artificial roots that are placed in place of missing teeth, these are fixed to the bone and a porcelain crown is placed on top of them.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE? It is a quick procedure estimated to take around 20 minutes.
What are they?
The purpose of restorations is to improve the function of your teeth, restore or replace a broken or missing tooth, reshape a tooth, or enhance the appearance of your smile."
WHEN IS IT PERFORMED? It is performed on teeth whose injury or destruction affects the pulp (or nerve), causing a lot of pain, or when an infection or abscess of the tooth may arise.
HOW IS IT DONE?
After applying local anesthesia and isolating the tooth, an opening is made in the crown of the tooth. Through this opening, the pulp of the tooth is removed and the inside of the root of the tooth is cleaned.
Medical-surgical dental specialty that studies the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases and conditions that affect the tissues that support the dental organs (gingiva, periodontal ligament, root cementum, and alveolar bone).
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
Diagnosis and surgical treatment of diseases, anomalies, injuries, and defects of the teeth.
Oral surgery follows the same principles as general surgery, so having a specialized area or operating room for these procedures is of utmost importance.
CROWNS AND PROSTHESES
WHEN ARE CROWNS
When dental destruction cannot be repaired with a filling or veneer, the entire tooth is reconstructed with a piece that simulates a natural tooth, which is cemented onto the existing root of your tooth, completely covering it.