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Teeth Bleaching
At-Home Bleaching Tray
- Dentists will take impression of patient mouth to make trays that fits their upper and lower teeth jaw. You will use the trays at home together with whitening gels our dental practice provide. You can buy the whitening gels from us or third party. Your teeth will gradually become whiter in 1-2 weeks afterwards.


Take teeth impression

1st Step: Dentists take patient teeth impression.

duplicate model of your teeth

2nd Step: Dentists duplicate model of your teeth and create custom trays for upper and lower teeth.

apply the whitening gels

3rd Step: Patients apply the whitening gels to custom trays.

whitening tray in your mouth

4th Step: Entry the trays firmly in your mouth waiting for 1- 2 hours. Repeat the procedures every days or nights until the color become whiter.

Dental  Implants

Missing teeth or loose dentures are problems of the past thanks to dental implants. Today, the art and science of placing dental implants has become a routine restorative procedure in many dental offices around the world.
Dental implants are an outgrowth of the same discipline of orthopedic medicine that brought you titanium hips and knee replacements. In dentistry, implants are titanium substitutes for the roots of teeth. Once in place, they become firmly attached to the bone in a process that is called osseointegration. An artificial tooth or denture is then attached to the implant.


Who can benefit from dental implants?
Anyone with missing teeth.


How do dental implants differ from conventional bridges?
Conventional “bridges” involve the preparation of teeth on either side of the missing tooth area and three crowns are needed in order to make a bridge that replaces one missing tooth!
Unlike conventional bridges, dental implants can be used to replace single or multiple missing teeth without ever affecting your natural teeth.
Dental implants are also of great help to people who wear dentures by affording security and stability previously unimaginable.


Are there different types of dental implants?
Yes. A variety of sizes, shapes and configurations are necessary because of the wide range of anatomical differences such as the amount of bone, bone quality and the shape and relationship of the upper and lower jaws. Your dentist will prescribe the appropriate implant for your specific needs.

Korea Implant - Osstem Implant- Dio Implant –VRP Implant
America Implant  – Intralock Implant – Zimmer  Implant- Bio Horizon Implant
European Implant  - Astratech Implant –Ankylos Implant – ITI Implant



How do implants replace natural teeh?
Fixed or permanent dental implant restorations are crowns and bridges that are fabricated on top of dental implants and most closely resemble the look, feel and function of natural teeth. An appropriate amount of dental implants are surgically placed and, upon osseointegration, the teeth are restored with individual crowns and/or fixed bridgework.



How long is the healing period?
Healing times vary, but if your dentist feels a more extensive healing period is warranted, a transitional or temporary restoration may be suggested. A temporary tooth or bridge allows you to have esthetics and function immediately.


Can implants be used in conjunction with my dentures?

Definitely!
Implants have been a tremendous help for patients who wear dentures.
Implants can assist in stabilizing dentures by converting them into “overdentures” making them solid, secure and functional. This solution works well for patients who are not clinical candidates for full-mouth dental implant reconstruction, or who seek a more cost-effective alternative. The need for dental creams and powders is eliminated. Dentures simply snap into place.




Life-changing technology.
Smile with confidence. Ask your dentist how lntra-Lock dental implant systems can help you to experience a whole new world of comfort, conversation and dining.




Post Operative Care For Dental Surgery.

1.After tooth extraction or oral surgery,bite on this gauze for one or two hours.
2. Do not Spit or put ice chips on the incision.
3. Rinse your mouth with warm salt or soda water, and Brush your teeth very gently for the first two days.
4. If the pain increases 2 days after surgery,Please contact your dentist.
5. Consume a liquid or soft diet but use straws.Avoid hot and spicy food and don’t smoke.
6.Stitches may be removed within 5-7 days

 

How to Brush Your Teeth




We do it every day without thinking too much, but there are some important points to remember.
Steps
1. Squeeze some toothpaste- containing fluoride - onto a soft-bristled toothbrush.
2. Use short, back-&-forth brushing motions to clean the outside & inside surfaces of the teeth, as well as the chewing surfaces. Follow with up-&-down motions to clean the inside surfaces of the front teeth.
3. Brush along the gum line. This is extremely important, as gum disease starts here.
    Brush gently to avoid damaging your gums.
4. Make sure to brush your back molars, where bacteria like to hide.
5. Brush your tongue to remove bacteria that cause bad breath.
6. Spit out the toothpaste & rinse your mouth with water or mouthwash.
7. Floss at least once a day, since most adult cavities occur between teeth. The most important time to floss is before going to bed. Guide the floss between the teeth & use it to gently rub the side of each tooth.

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If you have an emergency case please contact 02-2453513, 086-3221721
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