Dentures and Dental Implants

Dentures and Dental Implants

Providing advice, diagnosis, and repair of worn, fragile, broken, or lost teeth from various causes such as tooth decay, and fractured or broken teeth with restorative materials that mimic natural dental tissues for chewing function and esthetic purposes.

Restorative dentistry using dentures and implants focuses on repairing damaged or lost teeth due to various causes, for example:

  • Chewing or biting into hard items, e.g. ice, candy, and nuts
  • Dental trauma due to a fall, playing sports, or a car accident
  • Bruxism or teeth-grinding
  • Weak teeth from tooth decay or eating acidic foods, e.g. coffee, fruit juice, and spicy foods
  • Having large fillings, as this causes the tooth structure to weaken
  • Aging; those over 50 years of age are more likely to develop cracked or chipped teeth due to worn teeth
  • Acid reflux disease; the stomach acid entering the mouth causing the dental enamel to erode
  • Excessive alcohol consumption or an eating disorder; the stomach acid contained in vomit erodes the dental enamel
  • Consumption of sugary foods or drinks, as this results in the oral bacteria breaking the sugars down into acid plaque that erodes tooth enamel
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Full or partial removable dentures

Dental crowns

Dental bridges

Dental implants


An intraoral scanner creates digital impressions for procedure planning such as crown, implant, etc.


The Digital Smile Design technology is a 3D scanning technology that helps dentists in planning treatment, allowing patients to visualize treatment outcomes through a digital model.

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