On­lays resto­ra­tion

On­lays resto­ra­tion

An on­lay is ge­ne­rally lar­ger and co­vers one or more cusps of the tooth

Root ca­nal: Stage 1

All ca­nals are lo­ca­ted and ne­go­tia­ted to the tip of the tooth root.

Non-stan­dard porce­lain ve­neer

They are semi trans­lu­cent to give them a na­tu­ral look as your na­tu­ral teeth also have a slight trans­pa­rency to them.

Stan­dard porce­lain ve­neer

A ve­neer is a very thin, tooth-co­lou­red piece of porce­lain (like a false fin­ger nail) that is bonded on top of your own tooth. 

White fil­lings

Did you know that you can re­place any dark me­tal­lic fil­lings with a white porce­lain ma­te­rial, gi­ving your teeth a more na­tu­ral ap­pearance?

Me­tal fil­lings

Me­tal fil­lings were a po­pu­lar choice for fil­lings be­cause they last very long.

Den­tal Bridge pro­ce­dure

A den­tal bridge can last bet­ween ten and fif­teen ye­ars de­pen­ding on how well you look af­ter your oral health.

Non Me­tal Crown

These crowns have a vastly su­pe­rior ap­pearance to con­ven­tio­nal crowns. All ce­ra­mic crowns are more bio­com­pa­ti­ble mea­ning that the body ac­cepts them more na­tu­rally.

Porce­lain bonded to me­tal

This is the most com­monly used crown. They are ex­cel­lent for back teeth but are not used as of­ten on front teeth.