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- Dubai Health Care City, Dubai, UAE
DON’T WAIT AND VISIT OUR DOCTOR FOR CHECKUP
Even if you take excellent care of your teeth and gums at home, you still need to see a dentist regularly. Your dentist can check for problems that you may not see or feel. Regular visits allow your dentist to find early signs of disease. Problems can be treated at a manageable stage. People with very little risk of cavities or gum disease can do fine seeing their dentist just once a year. People with a high risk of dental disease might need to visit every 3/4 months, or more.
– Pregnant women
– People with current gum disease, with a weak immune response to bacterial infection or who tend to get cavities or build up plaque
Hollywood smiles can be defined as the amalgamation of the ‘perfect’ form, position, proportion, alignment, and colour of the teeth. Use of the word, ‘perfect’ must be qualified by observing that the term is emotive and very much modified by social preconditions and therefore does not really exist. Nevertheless, if one observes the teeth of movie stars then one does notice a similarity between each of their smiles. This ‘similarity’ is governed by the ratio of tooth length to width, by their relative position to one another and to the lips, and by their ‘white’ colouring and value of brightness.
It is arguable whether the ‘Hollywood Smile’ is a particularly North American aesthetic and many dental professionals believe that the ‘Middle East Aesthetic’ is informed by a slight quirkiness which manifests as mild mis-alignment or slightly unruly ratios of tooth width to tooth height.
DENTAL SMILE MAKEOVER
As the name suggests a smile makeover is a new smile that has been designed to look better in many ways. It may align crowded teeth, close gaps, reduce protrusion, whiten, reduce a gummy smile, widen a narrow smile, change the length or shape of teeth, replace missing teeth or any combination of the above. A smile makeover usually involves at least the top eight or ten teeth and sometimes the lower eight or ten teeth too. The most frequent treatments used in a smile makeover are multiple porcelain veneers because they are the most conservative restoration and because they are strong and highly aesthetic.
Our specially designed trays are particularly effective at holding the whitening gel exactly where it needs to be to achieve the very best whitening results possible whilst preventing gel from leaking into the mouth. Excellent results are usually achieved in about 2 weeks. We supply plenty of gel to complete treatment and to maintain the results for months to come. Further gel can be supplied as required.
Teeth can be straightened using either orthodontics or porcelain veneers or a combination of both. Only mild to moderate crowding or protrusion can be aligned with veneers alone, but orthodontics can straighten any teeth, however severely misaligned. Combination treatments are ideal for crowded and misaligned teeth that are also heavily worn, discoloured or broken down.
This is a quick and simple way to reshape and tidy your smile. Cosmetic contouring works well to smooth minor chips, reshape pointy teeth or redefine teeth that have worn flat. Cosmetic contouring is a quick and relatively simple process. Minor contouring and polishing can smooth small chips and fractures, reshape pointy teeth and redefine flat or worn teeth.
Missing teeth can be replaced with implants or bridgework. Great results can be achieved by combining the latest advanced materials and gum management techniques to make replacement teeth appear to emerge from the gum like a natural tooth.
TEETH BONDINGBonding is a process in which an enamel-like material is applied to a tooth’s surface. It can be used to restore minor chips and close small gaps, often completed in one appointment.
Implants are the modern way to replace missing teeth. The implant, which is made of titanium, is fitted in bone where the tooth root would normally be. When fully integrated to the bone, a post (or abutment) is attached to the implant and crown or bridge can be placed over the abutment to replace the missing tooth or teeth.
WHITE FILLINGS / INLAYS
Modern white fillings are a combination of a resin and nano-particles of glass. This combination gives white fillings their dental name; composite resins. White Fillings can be used to replace decay, just like silver fillings or replace old silver fillings for cosmetic reasons.
FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION
When the whole dentition is broken down, there is considerable tooth surface loss and/or multiple missing teeth, then a full mouth reconstruction may be required. This will normally require every tooth to be restored often with a combination of veneers, crowns, implants and/or bridgework.