Dental implant is a procedure that placed artificial tooth root (metal/screwlike components) into your
jaw to hold a replacement teeth or bridge. Implants provide a strong holding base for replacement teeth
that are closest to your natural teeth.
Scaling & Polishing (Including Air Polishing)
Scaling is a procedure for general removal of hardened plaque and calculus (tartar) on the inner and
outer surfaces of the teeth using an ultrasonic cleaning device. Polishing will be carried out right
after scaling, to smoothen and clear off surface plaque / stains on your teeth. Polishing can be
either done by conventional (polishing cup and paste method) or an alternative more advance way
(air polishing- using mixture of compressed air, water and abrasive powder generated by a light
Dental Filling (Restorations)
Dental filling is a way to treat a tooth decay by even out the surface of the tooth and restore back its
function and shape. The tooth decayed portion will be firstly removed by a dentist, and following by
cleaning, then “fill” the cleaned cavity area with a filling material. By tighten the gap where bacteria
can enter, a filling also helps prevent further decay and also relieve tooth sensitivity due to enamel
Veneers are thin covers (made from porcelain or resin composite materials) that designed to attach
front surface of teeth to improve appearance and cover teeth imperfection (chipped teeth/ teeth gap
/ misshaped teeth/ stained or discoloured teeth). Veneers allow for both teeth shape and colour
changes, even enhance you with a perfect smile.
Dental X-Rays & 3D Imaging (CBCT)
Dental CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) is a type of computed tomography (CT) technique,
which uses x-rays, projected outwards in the shape of a cone, to produce medical images. It is used
to examine the dental implant planning, diagnosis of cavities and root canals, dental trauma and etc.
Gum Treatment (Periodontics)
Periodontics, also generally known as gum disease, is a common condition where the tissue around
your teeth gets infected, causing inflammation and your gum become swollen. A
serious gum infection damages the soft tissue, if left untreated may lead to tooth loosen and
eventually fall out. Symptoms of gum disease included gums bleeding during and after tooth
brushing, bad breath and etc. Make an appointment with dentist and they will check and suggest
variety gum treatment available depending on the stage of gum disease.
Tooth Extraction & Minor Oral Surgery
If a tooth is damaged beyond repair and unable to be treated by any other dental option, removal of
tooth is usually the last option, same goes to
some situation like wrong place grown wisdom teeth. It is performed by a dentist or oral surgeon
and is a relatively quick outpatient procedure with either local, general, intravenous anaesthesia, or
Root Canal Treatment (Endodontics)
Root canal treatment is a dental procedure designed to remove infection from inside of tooth. It is
use to removes nerves from the pulp of a tooth. This treatment is required when the inside of a
tooth (pulp) becomes injured/diseased causes tissue dies or there is a deep cavity that allow bacteria
invasion. Root canal treatment will usually eliminate the pain and even can save a natural tooth that
might otherwise have to be extracted.
Teeth Braces (Orthodontics)
Orthodontic treatment is the use of braces to correct teeth imperfection like crowding, crooked teeth,
or teeth that are out of alignment. Fixed braces work by moving teeth in the bones so that all the
teeth will be aligned and later, use the back teeth as an anchor to pull the front teeth.
Teeth whitening can be performed to reduce discoloration and staining, or simply to provide the
patient with whiter, brighter teeth
Crown & Bridges (Prosthodontics)
Crowns are a cap used to cover over a damaged, weak or decayed tooth to maintain its size,
strength, shape, and appearance. While, a dental bridge is a fixed (permanent) appliance held in
place used to replace one or more missing tooth. You can greatly enhance the appearance of your
teeth and get a beautiful smile with dental bridging.
A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. There are two types
of dentures available - complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all the teeth are
missing, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.
Laser dentistry is the use of lasers to treat a number of different dental conditions. The instrument
creates light energy in a very narrow and focused beam. This laser light produces a reaction when it
hits tissue, allowing it to remove or shape the tissue.
As an advanced technology, laser dentistry is a safe, effective and precise alternative to drills and
other non-laser tools.
Oral Surgery and Biopsy
Oral surgery is a surgical procedure performed in or around your mouth and jaw, usually by a trained
dental specialist. There are many types of oral surgery, including surgical procedures such as a dental
implant installation, tooth extraction, bone grafting, corrective jaw surgery and etc.
Oral Biopsy is a surgical procedure where a small piece of tissue is removed from the
patient's oral cavity, for microscopic examination, usually to perform a diagnosis.
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