Laser Gum therapy to disinfect the pockets and stop the disease causing bacteria from reforming for weeks.
An effective treatment in treating the common cold sore.
A registered Dental Hygienist is qualified to provide quality, state of the art dental services that improve the overall oral health, and to provide affordable dental treatment to people of all ages. It's not just a cleaning, it's an ongoing therapy to the gums, teeth, and the rest of the mouth. Now you have a choice of visiting a Registered Dental Hygienist practice for your dental care maintenance.
Dental sealants are plastic coating placed on the back teeth of the "chewing part" to prevent risks of cavities. These preventive services can be provided in a painless and timely manner.
Topical fluoride is one preventative affordable dental treatment method applied directly to the tooth enamel as gel or paste by a dental professional.
Swarovski’s crystals are the latest fashion trends that are lead free, stain resistant, and have a flat back platinum surface. There is no drilling involved, and the procedure is completely painless. The jewellery comes in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, as well as white or yellow gold. Professional teeth cleaning is strongly recommended while having jewellery on. Fluoride and teeth whitening can still be provided.
Professional teeth whitening treatment can help enhance the color of your teeth. Unlike most products on the market that only remove superficial stains, professional whitening will penetrate the surface of your teeth to get deep into the dentin, and will dramatically improve the look of your smile.
An examination performed by a professional hygienist to look for signs of cancer or precancerous conditions in your mouth.
Protect your active child with a custom fitted mouth guard to prevent teeth, mouth and jaw injuries in all sports at all levels.
Invisalign is the next step in tooth straightening technology. It uses a series of clear plastic aligners that are customized to your smile. Each of the aligners has to be worn for a period of two weeks before moving onto the next set. To find out if you’re a candidate contact us.
Dental bridges restore your smile’s health and beauty by placing durable artificial teeth where your natural teeth are missing. If your missing teeth make you feel self-conscious, or you’re noticing problems with speaking, chewing, or other everyday tasks, ask if a dental bridge may be right for you.
Dental crowns helps to improve the appearance and health of your smile. If you’re suffering from teeth that are chipped, discolored, or have decay or breakage, consider crowning those teeth as a way to get that strong, beautiful, and natural-looking smile that you want.
Wisdom teeth can sometimes be at an awkward angle making oral hygiene difficult. This can cause problems such as gum disease, pain, discomfort, swelling and possible damage to nearby teeth. Removing the wisdom tooth helps to prevent these issues.
Dental implants offer unparalleled durability, stability and aesthetics. As the gum and bone tissues fuse to the bio-compatible implant, your custom-made false tooth will benefit from a new long-term tooth restoration. Dental implants can effectively and permanently replace missing teeth.
An excellent alternative to dental crowns, porcelain veneers can perfect your smile by masking stains, hiding chips, correcting misalignment, and creating uniformity. Veneers, which are made of thin, customized material, are designed to slide over the teeth, look incredibly natural, are long-lasting.
If the dental pulp becomes infected or injured, the tooth’s nerves die and, often, without endodontic treatment, the tooth dies as well. Root canals are designed to save such damaged teeth.
Cosmetic dentistry is more focused on improving the look of your smile.
Restorative dentistry refers to management and procedures that your dentist performs to keep your mouth healthy and functional. These procedures include putting in dental implants, dentures, fillings, and crowns.
Myofunctional therapy is an exercise training program for the muscles around
your face, mouth, and tongue. These exercises are designed to improve
issues with talking, eating, or breathing.
A neuromuscular training for the orofacial muscles,
in the face, mouth, lips, and tongue to help with breathing, sleeping, chewing, swallowing, speech, orthodontic concerns and jaw pain.
Sorriso Dental Care now offers Myofunctional Therapy!
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