Dental Implants are titanium posts that are placed in the bone in areas of missing or extracted teeth. Once the implant fuses to the bone, they can be used to anchor crowns, bridges or denture. Call us today to make an appointment for a free consultation.
If a tooth is non restorable due to an extensive cavity or fracture, it has to be extracted to prevent it from creating an abscess or damage adjacent structures.
Dental pain can be caused by deep cavities or trauma to the teeth. These can further lead to abscess and swelling around the jaws. Root Canal Therapy is the procedure by which the tooth is cleaned with special instruments from the inside, to remove the pulp and the infection, thereby relieving pain and swelling.
If a tooth is broken significantly or has a prior Root Canal Therapy performed, a ceramic or porcelain crown is placed on the tooth to restore it back to normal and give the tooth strength to function.
Bridges are an alternative way to replace missing teeth. In this procedure, the teeth adjacent to the missing space are crowned and the missing tooth is attached to them. Bridges are permanently cemented in place.
Missing multiple or all your teeth? Partial dentures can be made if you have some teeth remaining. Complete dentures are made to replace all your teeth. Dentures can also be made to snap on to dental implants to improve their stability.
CT Scan or Cone beam machine is a 3D imaging device. This helps to minimize the radiation and also provide a more accurate diagnosis and treatment planning. Scans also help us in placing dental implants with higher accuracy and precision.
The industry of oral healthcare is constantly evolving as new dental technology is developed. PS Dental stays up to date with all of the technological advancements in the field of dentistry and utilizes cutting-edge technology such as Digtial X-rays, Intraoral Cameras, and Intraoral Scanners