Restore your glowing smile
Treatment is quick and effective in one session.
Several factors may affect teeth darkening: tobacco, coffee, red wine, tea. Other factors like non-vital teeth (dead root) or an aging tooth may also cause discoloration. Bring back your glowing smile. Teeth whitening does not damage tooth enamel and is very safe.
Teeth of the patient before and after teeth whitening
Porcelain or composite veneers
Dental veneers are an excellent way to improve the appearance of front teeth
Veneers are tailor-made by our professionals. Installing them is simple, painless and durable.
A veneer is a thin ceramic envelope (facet) attached to the front part of the tooth. The process is simple: a temporary veneer is made and installed on your first visit until the permanent veneer is obtained in the clinic and will be attached on your second appointment.
Bridges and crowns
Improve your condition
Crowns and bridges are porcelain dental prostheses permanently attached to your natural teeth.
Making CEREC crown is done in one appointment and requires only one anesthesia for the full treatment. Ceramic crowns are very resistant and are the closest to natural enamel.
Fixed bridges strengthens adjacent healthy teeth and helps them stay in place. Since bridges are permanently installed, this avoids disadvantages of removable prostheses.
Endodontics (Root Canal Treatment)
An alternative to dental extraction
Endodontic treatment involves removing dental pulp to prevent the spread of infection.
Causes that can put a tooth at risk of a pulp infection are: deep decay, a damaged filling, an accident, a crack in the tooth. These situations can help bacteria infiltrate in tooth pulp and cause damage. Endodontics helps to preserve the tooth while eliminating the infection.
It is important to treat gingivitis quickly before it turns into periodontitis.
Swelling, redness, food trapped between teeth, loosening, bad breath (halitosis), sensitivity to cold, and bleeding of the gums are signs of periodontics. Simple measures can reduce the risk of periodontitis and treat it. Treatments are offered, call us to learn more!
Tooth decay is one of the most common diseases
Bacteria caused by dental plaque are responsible for the appearance of cavities.
This plaque makes saliva more acidic when combined with sugar and contributes to the erosion of tooth enamel. At a later stage, erosion will become decay. Cavity prevention begins with good oral hygiene habits and regular follow-up with the dentist. Mercury in amalgam, known as "grey filling", can leach out of the filling, leading to health problems. We use white composite, porcelain and ceramic as materials.