Orthodontics is the discipline in dentistry that treats not only teeth alignment and jaw relationships, but also manages skeletal and dental development in a growing child.
ADVANCED RESTORATIVE CARE
The branch of dentistry that deals with the replacement of missing teeth and related mouth or jaw structures by bridges, dentures, or other artificial devices.
MICROSCOPE (MINIMALLY INVASIVE) DENTISTRY
Using scientific advances, minimally invasive dentistry allows dentists to perform the least amount of dentistry needed while never removing more of the tooth structure than is required to restore teeth to their normal condition.
Dental implants are artificial tooth replacements that have been used successfully to treat tooth loss for decades. It is a more advanced technology than conventional dentures and dental bridges.
WISDOM TEETH SURGERY
Wisdom teeth grow far back in the mouth, and are often misaligned or erupt only partially. Commonly, they are not needed for chewing and are difficult to brush and floss. Your dentist may recommend the removal of your wisdom teeth, because waiting until you are older can increase the risk of problems.
ROOT CANAL TREATMENT
In cases where tooth decay has spread to the nerve of a tooth or if the tooth has cracked resulting in a toothache, endodontic therapy (root canal treatment) may be required. The affected tooth can cause a toothache and may be associated with an abscess. Endodontic therapy or (root canal treatment) is a sequence of treatment for the pulp of a tooth to provide pain relief, eliminate existing infection and protect the decontaminated tooth against future microbial infection. A successful root canal treatment not only preserves the tooth in the mouth, it also cures pain that may have been associated with the tooth previously. Upon completion of endodontic therapy, a permanent restoration such as a crown is usually required.
Paediatric dentistry specialises in providing primary and comprehensive preventive and therapeutic oral healthcare for infants and children, meeting their needs through adolescence, including those with special health care needs. (more)