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Dental Care for teeth; inlays, crowns, bridges, dentures
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Advanced dental care

This type of procedure is used for severely damaged teeth which are not able to support direct restorations (fillings), such as inlays or crowns or for filling the gaps resulted after previous extractions, such as bridges or dentures.

What to expect

Cote Royd Dental Examination

Discussion of dental issues to include dental cavities, dental infections, cavitations, oral hygiene (referral to the hygienist where appropriate), bite problems and mercury issues

Discussion of health issues associated with dentistry and dental treatments

Safe, biocompatible treatments, using the latest technology available. The majority of the treatments are carried out under high magnification using loupes or a surgical microscope.

A complete diagnosis and treatment plan (options included) will be provided for the patient prior to commencing of the dental treatment.

We plan your permanent restoration very carefully, by taking into consideration all the aspects of the dentistry including and not limited to: esthetics and facial esthetics, biocompatibily of the materials used, perfect integration in the patient’s bite.

Discussion of patient expectations

Study model and bite registration

Photographs of face teeth and smile

X-ray to evaluate individual conditions of teeth.

We carefully choose our dental laboratories in order to fulfill our clinical criteria

For single restorations and where appropriate we are proud to use CEREC which is a system for impeccable single-visit chairside restorations, design control and superior esthetics using a variety of computer assisted technologies, including 3D photography and CAD/CAM. With CEREC, teeth can be restored in a single sitting with the patient, rather than the multiple sittings required with earlier techniques. Additionally, with the latest software and hardware updates, crownsveneersonlays and inlays can be prepared, using different types of ceramic material.

Instead of metal crowns, we prefer to use zirconia, which is a material that has similar mechanical properties while it is more biocompatible and it is tooth coloured.

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