Sealants
  • the placement of a very thin plastic films on the occlusal surface of molars and premolars (pits and fissures) which act as a barrier against plaque build-up to reduce tooth decay

Fillings
  • the removal of the decayed part of the tooth and is replaced by fillings which can either dental amalgam (silver filling) or composite resins (tooth colored filling)

Dentures
  • the replacement of missing teeth and its surrounding tissues with a removable appliance made with acrylic resin or a combination of metal and acrylic resin

Dental Bridges
  • the replacement of one or more missing teeth with a cemented appliance. This is comprised of a pontic (missing tooth) held together by 2 or more crowns (caps) that covers the adjacent teeth and is retained by cement

Teeth Bleaching
  • the replacement of one or more missing teeth with a cemented appliance. This is comprised of a pontic (missing tooth) held together by 2 or more crowns (caps) that covers the adjacent teeth and is retained by cement

Root Canal Therapy
  • the removal of the diseased dental pulp or nerve, disinfection of root canal and placement of a root canal filling

Dental Cleaning
  • the removal of the calcular deposits and plaques around the teeth and gums using an ultrasonic scaler

Orthodontics/Braces
  • dental specialty that focuses on the development, prevention and correction of irregularities of the teeth, the bite and the jaws. Prevention can be done by the placement of removable or cemented (braces) appliances

Simple Oral Surgery
  • is comprised of surgical excision of abnormal growths in the oral cavity like fibromas or epulis fissuaratum

Dental Extraction
  • the surgical removal of severely decayed or infected teeth