Services - Prosthodontics


Appliances have two types. Either fixed permanently into the mouth to replace teeth (crowns and bridges) or removable (dentures).

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A dental veneer is a thin layer of porcelain that is placed on the front of the teeth to improve their appearance.Veneers can be used to whiten teeth, correct structural defects, or hide damage.

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Crowns And Bridges

Dental crowns and bridges help to fill in any unsightly gaps in your teeth, either caused by a previous accident or the loss of one or more teeth to decay, gum disease or similar. Both dental crowns and dental bridges are designed to match your natural teeth, leaving you with a totally revitalized, 100 percent natural-looking smile

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Removable Dentures

Dentures are the replacement for natural teeth after they are lost. They are used to compensate for partial or complete loss of teeth. They are useful in improving chewing and speaking functions in patients who have lost their teeth. Dentures are made of acrylic or metal in most cases. They are manufactured to fit specifically to the mouth of each patient and require some forms of medical care and a special form of home care.

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Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation is a medical procedure that aims to restore the function and aesthetics of the mouth in people who have experienced partial or complete loss of teeth. This procedure can involve a variety of treatments,

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TMJ/TMD Treatment

TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, refers to the joints connecting the skull and lower jaw on each side of the head. These joints are constantly in use, allowing us to speak, chew, and open/close our mouths.
When issues arise that hinder the proper functioning of the TMJ, it can lead to TMJ disorders.

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Sports Dentistry

Sports dentistry is a specialized branch of dentistry that focuses on the oral health and treatment of athletes and active individuals. The goal of sports dentistry is to improve athletic performance and prevent oral and dental injuries during intense physical activity

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Geriatric Dentistry

Geriatric Dentistry is a comprehensive service provided by a dental clinic to meet the needs of elderly individuals. This service aims to improve and maintain oral and dental health in elderly patients while delivering appropriate and tailored care.

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Why Choose Us Prosthodontics

Replaces missing teeth, improving chewing and speech.

Offers a natural-looking smile with custom prosthetics.

Custom-fit appliances reduce discomfort and enhance fit.

Aligns teeth properly, preventing jaw pain and TMJ issues

Utilizes high-quality materials for long-lasting results.

Addresses a wide range of dental issues with various appliances.


Most Frequently Asked Questions

Dental prosthetics are artificial devices that replace or restore missing or damaged teeth. They can improve the appearance, function, and health of the teeth and mouth. Some examples of dental prosthetics are crowns, bridges, implants, dentures, and veneers¹².
Anyone who has lost one or more teeth due to decay, injury, or disease can benefit from dental prosthetics. Dental prosthetics can also help people who have worn or broken teeth, gaps or spaces between teeth, or misaligned or crooked teeth.
Dental prosthetics are custom-made for each patient based on their dental impressions, measurements, and preferences. The dentist will take a mold of the patient's teeth and send it to a dental laboratory, where the dental prosthesis will be fabricated. The dentist will then fit and adjust the dental prosthesis to the patient's mouth and attach it with cement, screws, or clips.
The lifespan of dental prosthetics depends on several factors, such as the type and quality of the material, the care and maintenance of the device, and the oral habits and health of the patient. Generally, dental prosthetics can last from 5 to 15 years or longer, but they may need to be repaired, adjusted, or replaced over time.
Prosthodontic treatment is generally not painful, but some procedures may cause discomfort. Our specialist prosthodontist will use local anesthesia and other methods to ensure your comfort during the treatment.

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