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GENERAL DENTISTRY

Eve Medical Center’s Dental Specialty offers the best dentists and treatment facilities and a calming ambience to provide all the care that your teeth need. Here you will get the best possible options for requirements ranging from simple hygiene and maintenance, to advanced treatments involving maxillofacial prosthetic, cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics or Prosthodontics.

Tooth decay & cavities
Tooth decay is the breaking down of the tooth structure when foods containing sugar and starch remain in the mouth. The severity of the tooth decay and the resulting cavities decide the type of treatment to be given.
At Eve Medical Center, you can get the right tooth decay treatment for your condition:

• Fluoride treatments: in the early stages of a cavity, a professional fluoride treatment may help restore your tooth's enamel.
• Fillings and crowns: after cleaning the decay, fillings made of composite resins, porcelain or dental amalgam are used to fill up the cavities. If the decay is excessive, then a crown made of gold or porcelain may be used to cover your tooth.
• Root canals: this treatment is able to save a badly-damaged or infected tooth instead of removing it. Here, the diseased tooth pulp is removed and replaced with a filling.
• Tooth extractions: severe decay in the tooth leaves the dentist no choice but to remove it. A bridge or a dental implant is used to replace the missing tooth.
Teeth Braces
Dental braces are wire-based appliances that are used to straighten crowded and uneven teeth or jaws. The aim of dental braces is to align your teeth and jaws to create an even bite and a nice smile.
Braces are made up of brackets, orthodontic bands, spacers, arch wires and ties that fasten the arch wire to the brackets.
If your teeth are crooked or misaligned, you can benefit from teeth braces or retainers. Aligning your teeth and jaws is not good only for your appearance, but also for your oral health.
Root Canal
A root canal treatment refers to the cleaning of the canals inside the root of your tooth. These canals contain nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue called pulp.
When a tooth is broken or develops a deep cavity, bacteria can enter the pulp causing infection that needs to be treated.
Teeth Whitening
Teeth whitening is a process of lightening and brightening discolored teeth to make them look clean and healthy. Teeth are cleaned and polished to remove stains and look white by various methods ranging from simple whitening toothpastes, gels, rinses, strips, trays to whitening products which are done professionally at a dentist’s office.
Veneers
Porcelain veneers are thin ceramic laminates designed to improve the look of the front surface of the teeth. It offers a conservative approach to changing a tooth’s color and shape. Individually crafted for each patient, dental veneers are stain-resistant and closely resemble the light reflecting properties of natural teeth enamel.

Advantages, including the following:

• Close gaps in between teeth
• Correct uneven, irregularly-shaped or minor misalignment of teeth
• Restore chipped and worn down teeth
• Address permanent staining not correctable by tooth whitening procedures

Compared to veneers made from resin
composite materials, porcelain veneers are better in resisting stains.They are also able to mimic the natural look of teeth and how they react to light
Denture (Partial / Complete)
A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Two types of dentures are available -- complete and partial dentures. A ‘complete’ or ‘full’ denture is one which replaces all the natural teeth in either the upper or lower jaw. They will help you to eat comfortably and speak clearly, and will improve your confidence and self-esteem. A ‘partial’ denture fills in the spaces left by lost or missing teeth. It may be fastened to your natural teeth with metal clasps or ‘precision attachments’.
Dental Implants
Dental implants are artificial teeth that are surgically placed within your jawbone and they look and function like your real teeth. An implant is made up of two parts, a metal post and a crown. The titanium in the implant fuses with your jawbone providing strong support to the roots of missing teeth.