Take Care of Crowns, Bridges and Implants

Find out how to take care of your dental crowns, bridges and implants. With proper care they can last longer.

Painless Dental Treatment

Many people are declining recommendation of any kind of dental treatment due to the fact that they are afraid of undergoing painful procedures. But dentistry has come a long way, and over the last few years, there have been many dental procedures that are being done painlessly. There are new ways to provide patients with relatively painless treatment.

Sedation in dental surgery is a very trouble-free procedure followed by medical professionals as well as dentists which is used on the patients prior to or during a surgery.

Sedation is by far the best way for dentists to carry out dental surgery in a very worry free and stress free environment.

Dental implant procedure is a complicated, multi-phased process; it requires the responsible approach of the doctor performing the surgery and the patient.

To prevent or reduce the risk of complications after the dental implant, or to prevent the rejection of dental implant, and to maximize the implants existence, it is essential to conform with your dentist's instructions sternly.

Zirconium crowns are now the most preferred material for dental crowns.

Zirconium is a very strong and reliable substance that can tolerate wear and tear of everyday use.


Cosmetic dentistry has been around since dentists started restoring and replacing teeth, in effect changing smiles. Today cosmetic dentistry almost became a specialty in dentistry.

Dental Treatment

Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that replaces missing bone in order to repair bone fractures that are extremely complex, pose a significant health risk to the patient, or fail to heal properly.

Dental Implants

The most common dental problem that occurs is the decay of teeth. As there is no pain on the onset of dental decay, most people neglect to get it corrected and slowly the problem aggravates.

A sinus lift is surgery that adds bone to your upper jaw in the area of your molars and premolars. It's sometimes called a sinus augmentation. The bone is added between your jaw and the maxillary sinuses, which are on either side of your nose.

Check-ups and aftercare for a beautiful smile

Following implant surgery you will receive verbal aftercare instruction from the surgeon on how to care for your implants (you will also receive a written sheet as well). To ensure successful osseointegration of the implants, it is essential that these instructions are followed stringently.