The basic repair of the mouth is called Restorative Dentistry. From teeth restoration with bonded tooth-coloured white fillings, porcelain dental crowns and aesthetic inlays or onlays. Missing teeth can be replaced with fixed bridges, removable or complete dentures, or a dental implant in Singapore. Broken down and infected teeth can also be treated with root canal therapy and crowned.
Cerec 3 D CAD-CAM
Cerec 3 D CAD-CAM is the world’s most popular system for all ceramic dental restorations in one office visit. With CEREC, you can be in and out of the dental office in a single visit with permanent, all ceramic dental crowns, inlay, onlay or porcelain veneers. This means fewer injections, no temporary fillings and less time out of your hectic schedule for dental care.
Have a missing tooth? A dental implant is a more conservative tooth replacement technique that looks, feels and functions like natural teeth. A high-grade titanium screw bonds to the jawbone and replaces the natural tooth’s root as an anchor. It is unlike a conventional bridge where the supporting teeth need to be “shaved”.
Dental crowns are a tooth-like protective “cap” that is placed over a badly decayed, damaged or cracked tooth. They can also be used to support a bridge and cover discoloured or misshaped teeth.
A dental bridge can replace or fill a gap created by a single or multiple missing teeth. A conventional bridge is made up of two dental crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap and false tooth / teeth in between.
Migraines and Night time Grinding/Clenching
A suitable mouth guard can be worn during sleep as treatment of night time grinding/clenching and migraine headaches without the side effects of drugs.
Endodontics (root canal therapy)
Endodontic (root canal treatment) helps to save a tooth with infected pulp tissue caused by decay, gum disease or trauma. In the old days, the tooth would have been extracted. This treatment removes infected nerves and tissues in the canal, is cleansed and disinfected. The tooth is then filled and sealed. A post-crown is then recommended for protection and long term use of the tooth.