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How a smile design treatment works?

They are one of the most commonly used cosmetic dentistry materials. Veneers are made of two elements. One celain, and the other is composite resin. The Veneer is designed to fit over the front of the teeth and just slightly over the edge.

Porcelain veneers are the most lifelike, the most durable and the prettiest form of the Veneer. And they generally have to be made in the dental laboratory by one of our master ceramic technicians. 

In essence, the skill of the craftsman, making those two things is the most critical factor in having them look natural. The second most important factor is the desire of the patient. Some of our patients want very natural, very aesthetic results.

Enhancement of their teeth, but not necessarily to make them look fake and that aesthetic choice is a personal choice. Some patients want the Hollywood smile or the perfect set of white teeth. They can look less natural, more cosmetic.

 

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Infected teeth that still have excellent support within the jawbone may be saved through endodontic therapy, something that is better known as root canal therapy. Root treated teeth can be fully restored with a post and crown. Dentures can be re-made to provide a better fit, or it might be possible to re-line them to keep the gums and jawbone healthy.

Missing teeth should always be replaced, as otherwise, the remaining teeth may move to cause the bite to collapse. Correcting this can be costly and complicated. Before deciding on dental implant treatment, your dentist will take a complete medical and dental evaluation and develop a plan. This is to ensure you do not have any health conditions that could make surgery inadvisable. Also, the dentist will use some different diagnostic tools such as CT scans or dental x-rays. Implants can be placed with precision, and with minimal risk.

The process for having dental implants involves two separate surgical procedures. The initial surgery is to place the implant post in the jawbone and is usually carried under a local anesthetic. An incision is made in the gum tissue before a hole is precisely created.
The implant is placed into the hole, and the gum is stitched shut. The site is left to heal so the implant post can integrate firmly with the jawbone. During this process, new bone cells will grow on and around the implant post, ensuring it cannot move and that it is strong enough to support a restoration. Dental appliances should not be worn for the first few days after surgery as it is essential not to put pressure on the site.

The second surgical procedure is shorter and takes place between three and eight months later, at which stage the implant will be exposed and evaluated. This is a process to determine if the implant post has successfully locked into the jawbone. At this point, it may be necessary to make some changes. If the implant has failed to close in, then it may need to be removed.

Options at this stage can include changing the implant or placing the implant at a different area. If the implant post has been successful, then the second surgical procedure is to create an opening in the gum to expose the implant and placing a post known as a healing cap. This is so a tooth can be attached that will extend above the gum line into the mouth. The cap is used to shape the gum tissue to give support to the crown or bridge. The final phase is to thread a metal sleeve know as an abutment into the implant, and this will be used to hold the crown, bridge, or denture firmly in position. At this stage, your final prosthesis can be constructed.

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