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German Dental Clinic – – We at German Dental and Neuromuscular Clinic (GDNC), our philosophy is that dental treatment should be gentle, conservative, minimally invasive, and natural. We want you to be able and willing to take care of your teeth, maintain a beautiful bright smile and will not have to worry about discomfort or infection. Gentleness, good bedside manner, listening, customer service, comfort and your health are of utmost importance to us.
At GDNC, we believe in developing an individualized treatment plan for each patient. Listening to the patient’s needs and a comprehensive examination allows us to design a treatment course that is tailored to address the patient’s needs while meeting their expectations and desires.
Our Services :
At GDNC, we offer a complete range of Family Dental Services. You can be sure that when you bring your family to us, you will get the most up-to-date dental treatment that is safe, fast, painless and offers all the comfort of modern Dentistry. When our patient’s leave our clinic, we make sure they leave with a smile, because this is our priority.
We know that you brush your teeth every day, but only a dentist or a hygienist can remove the build-up of calcium or tartar which causes tooth decay and gum disease. We recommend having a professional cleaning of your teeth, which is also referred to as scaling and polishing, twice a year. Our professional team will educate you and your family with the correct brushing techniques and what other factors that you can follow to improve your oral hygiene.
Tooth sealants are like resin material that is applied on the chewing surface of the back teeth to protect the enamel of the tooth from plaque and bacteria that attacks the tooth cavities. Both children and adults can benefit from tooth sealants. Children and teenagers are perfect candidates for this treatment as it protects the pits and fissures of their back teeth from early cavities.
Tooth colored fillings also referred to as white fillings/composite fillings/bonding, are dental fillings made similarly with the color and texture of the natural teeth to make it less noticeable, and much more attractive compared with other types of dental fillings. Tooth-colored fillings are much more aesthetically pleasing and now the best alternative to metal amalgam and gold fillings. This treatment is also one of the best options for candidates having gap or chipped teeth problems.
Composite and Porcelain Inlays and Onlays
Indirect composite or porcelain inlays/onlays have become now viable and best alternative for large cavities of the back teeth, as they have a strong and durable characteristic. These restorations are fabricated outside the mouth in a laboratory or with the help of modern CAD/CAM dental machines and are bonded into the prepared cavity of the back teeth. The strength of these materials are similar to the enamel of the tooth that can resist the chewing pressure of the back teeth surface of the mouth.
Root Canal Treatment (Endodontic)
Endodontic treatment is necessary when the pulp – the soft tissue inside the root canal, becomes inflamed or infected. The inflammation or infection can have a variety of causes, such as deep decay, repeated dental procedures on the tooth, or a crack or chip in the tooth. In addition, an injury to a tooth may cause pulp damage even if the tooth has no visible chips or cracks. If the pulp is inflamed or infected and it is left untreated, it can cause pain or lead to an inflammation.
Crowns & Bridges
A crown is a fully covered restoration for broken or weakened teeth with large defects. It is fabricated either from esthetic glass, ceramic or zirconium oxide material by a laboratory technician or more recently by a CAD-CAM dental machine, which is replacing metal crowns, at a rapid pace.
A fixed bridge is used to replace one or more missing teeth. The tooth on each end of the space is used to hold the bridge (abutments). Bridges are not removable by the patient. As with other types of crowns, a bridge can be made of metal or porcelain, or a combination of these two. Bridges are becoming the most preferred option as it uses a zirconium oxide base as opposed to the metal base.
After preparing the teeth for a crown or a bridge an impression of the teeth is taken. With the help of the impression, the dental technician can prepare a model, which is used to fabricate the crown or the bridge. The fabrication procedure takes usually one week. During this time, a temporary plastic crown or bridge is used to protect the prepared teeth. If the crown or the bridge fits perfectly, it is cemented to the tooth or teeth.
A crown or a bridge needs to be taken care of in the same way you would care for your natural teeth. Regular brushing and flossing are essential to keep the restoration clean. In the case of a bridge, flossing in between the teeth is not possible as the teeth are attached.
A special kind of dental floss (Super floss) is recommended, so that the areas under the bridge can be cleaned.
Are you suffering with broken, damaged or missing teeth? Do you think twice each time you need to smile? Are you embarrassed to go out with your loose or uncomfortable dentures? If the answer is yes, then dental implants may be the best solution as they are a popular and effective way to replace missing teeth and are designed to blend in with the rest of your teeth.
Our dental team at GDNC will first determine if you qualified to be a candidate for dental implants, providing an effective and long-term solution to restore both your smile and your self-confidence.
Individuals who have lost one or more of their teeth or have any damaged teeth and is in good oral health, then it is likely that you’re the perfect candidate for this procedure. Many patients who come to us either have lost one or more of their teeth or want to replace their missing teeth. Dental implants are an efficient way to replace teeth that looks and feels like natural teeth.
We at GDNC, highly recommend dental implants for the treatment of missing teeth because they are the closest thing to natural teeth that modern dentistry offers. Dental implants are a fantastic way to supplement broken and missing teeth while giving you the natural, glowing smile you’ve been searching for. As the most natural restoration option, dental implants allow you to eat, drink, and continue daily life confidently. Keep your smile strong and healthy by consulting with our dental specialists about dental implants today.
Implantology 3D Computerized
GDNC uses the first interactive 3D computer imaging software that is used for Dental Implant planning.
The three simple steps in CT-guided dental implant are planning, surgery, and restoration. This technology allows our doctors to replace missing teeth with dental implants accurately, safely, and with optimal functional and cosmetic results.
An attractive smile and white teeth are the symbols of being young and successful. With the help of modern procedures in Cosmetic Dentistry, we are able to give you the dream smile you are looking for. The most important criteria are that aesthetics, form, function and appearance match together. To achieve this, we need to make sure that the proportion in the jaw and face are in harmony and is perfect. With our experienced team of specialists in different fields of dentistry, we are able to plan the best possible course of action for your smile.
This is the treatment of lightening discolored or stained teeth without altering the shape or integrity of the teeth in any way. This may be done in the office with the ZOOM system or by using take-home whitening kits.
ZOOM In-office Whitening
This procedure usually requires only one visit to the clinic. After applying a protective gel to your gums to protect the oral soft tissues a whitening agent is applied to the teeth. Our special Zoom advanced light helps to activate the gel. Each of the applications takes 15 minutes and can be repeated up to 4 times in one session.
Peroxide-containing whitening gels can bleach the tooth enamel. They are placed in a bleaching plastic tray that is formulated for each patient, according to their needs. The active ingredients in the whitening gel penetrate your teeth to break down the discolored molecules deep inside your teeth, removing stains and whitening your smile. Some gels contain potassium nitrate and fluoride, which have been shown to strengthen enamel, decrease sensitivity, and help prevent cavities.
Tooth sensitivity is a relatively common side effect of teeth whitening. If sensitivity occurs, it is often temporary and will go away once you’ve completed the whitening process.
Thin porcelain laminates can be bonded to the front teeth to close gaps or change the size, shape or color of your teeth.
After removing badly damaged or decayed material, a tooth-like “cap” is cemented in place. This treatment is used to protect, cover, support or restore a tooth that has been damaged by decay. Crowns can also be matched to your tooth color.