At Clinque Dentaria, we offer comprehensive dental care. From dental restorations to quality family dentistry we ensure that every patient’s needs, problems, and concerns are met with the best oral health care possible.
We strongly believe in providing a wide array of options and treatments for our patients. For more information about our services and how we can help, feel free to book an in-office appointment, contact us today.
CLEANING AND DESCALING
A first 90-minute appointment that consists of collecting data and assessing your needs, the state of your oral health. Our dentists explain your diagnosis and our hygienists clean and polish your teeth.
In the comfort of your home, or in the dentist’s chair, we have the solution to restore the whiteness of your teeth. You are a regular patient, ask us how to get your free kit.
CLEANING AND DESCALING
Cleaning and Descaling
Our hygienists will make your smile shine by removing tartar deposits that naturally accumulate on your teeth and damage your gums.
When a tooth structure is compromised, a crown rebuilds the tooth to optimal shape and function.
A crown is usually made of ceramic or a composite material.
During the first step, your tooth is prepared to make room for the crown. Next, the prepared tooth is scanned, and creation of the crown begins.
The process of creating the crown begins with your doctor taking an impression of your teeth. This impression are then sent to a laboratory where an expert technician builds a model of your mouth. The lab then works closely with your doctor to design your crown, using the model as a reference.
Once the crown is ready, your doctor will make final adjustments and cement it directly in the clinic. Once completed, your tooth is now restored to optimal shape and function.
Invisalign® treatment is a low-maintenance and gentle tooth-alignment option. It is a quick method of teeth straightening and improves the appearance of your smile.
Invisalign is the clear way to straighten teeth without braces by using aligners. Aligners are removable and virtually invisible which means you can straighten your teeth without anyone knowing.
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Wisdom teeth are types of molars found in the very back of your mouth. They usually appear in your late teens or early twenties but may become impacted due to lack of space in the jaw or the angle of entry. This procedure can be done safely in the dental office through freezing or sleep dentistry.
A curettage, also called a deep cleansing, treats gingivitis and periodontitis by removing plaque, tartar and bacteria under the gum tissue. Gum disease occurs when plaque builds up below the gum line.
In the event that a tooth is lost and the bone is damaged, we can recommend a bone graft. Bone grafting ensures the replacement of the missing tooth to have sufficient structural support.
Veneers are restorations that cover the surface of the tooth. They are also used to improve the appearance of a patient’s smile when a tooth is deformed, chipped, discolored or turned. The veneers can be ceramic or composite.
When repairing a cavity, a composite filing can restore your tooth to shape and function, while also mimicking the tooth’s natural shade.
During the first step, your tooth is prepared by removing the decayed portion, leaving a small area that will filled with the composite.
Next, a special bonding agent is applied to the prepared area. This bonding process helps to ensure that the filling will attach to the natural tooth structure. A special curing light is then used to set the bonding fluid.
Your dentist then applies the composite material to fill the prepared area and shapes it to match the contours of your tooth’s surface. Again, using the special curing light, the shaped composite is hardened to resist the forces of the opposing teeth.
As a final step, your dentist will polish the composite filling to smoothen it and give it a similar sheen to the rest of your tooth.
Once completed, your tooth is free of decay and restored to its natural strength and appearance.
A root canal is needed when the nerve of a tooth has become damaged by injury or infected by decay.
The procedure saves the tooth and can help restore it to natural function. For the first step of this procedure, your doctor numbs the area and then creates an opening in the tooth to access the root’s interior.
Your doctor will then remove the infected tissue and flush and clean the area.
Next, the root is filled with a special sealing material and the opening is filled and sealed.
The tooth has been saved and restored to its natural function.
In a case where a tooth is lost and the surrounding bone is damaged, your dentist may recommend a bone graft be performed, along with the implant, to ensure it has enough structural support to endure the sheering forces placed on it by chewing. The first step in the procedure is to prepare the site for placing the dental implant. Next, the implant body is placed into the bone, Once the implant, synthetic bone is packed around the implant and covered with a special healing membrane, and a healing cap is then seeded onto the implant.
The area is then given time to heal. Your doctor will determine when the site will be ready to place the final restoration. During this time, the graft solidifies around the implant and permanently blends into your natural bone and tissue.
While healing, your doctor can provide a temporary tooth to fill the empty space. Once fully healed, the bone will have regained its original strength and stability. At a subsequent appointment, the final restoration can be placed onto the implant, restoring the area to ideal shape and function.