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Preventive & Restorative Dentistry

32 Smilez Dental Clinic & Implant Center offers a complete range of general and restorative dentistry options for its patients. Because focus is on comprehensive restorative and cosmetic dentistry, all procedures at the office are delivered with a focus on improving patient’s overall health while improving their appearance.

Oral Prophylaxis (Scaling, Polishing etc)

Periodontal (gum) diseases are infections of the gums that can lead to tooth loss. Adults over the age of 35 lose more teeth due to periodontal disease than due to cavities. Daily brushing and flossing, regular examinations, and professional cleanings are the best defenses against periodontal disease.

As part of the general dentistry services at 32 Smilez Dental Clinic & Implant Center, your periodontal maintenance includes an oral cancer screening, a review of your medical history, and a review of your home hygiene techniques. You will be shown new methods in home care, and you will benefit from ultrasonic and manual teeth cleaning techniques that help you overcome gum disease.

Pit & Fissure Sealants

A sealant is a plastic material that is usually applied to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth- premolars and molars. The depressions and grooves (pits and fissures) of the chewing surfaces of back teeth can be extremely difficult to clean. Some of the pits and fissures are so narrow and deep that the bristles....

of a toothbrush cannot reach into them. These areas are snug places for plaque and bits of food to hide and are especially prone to decay. The sealant, a plastic resin, bonds into the pits and fissures and acts as a barrier, protecting enamel from plaque and acids.

Dental Fillings / Restorations

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preparing to enhance aesthetics is or the physical safety from restorative justice articles in question. Dentistry renovation also indicates replacement the missing tooth the structure of supported by the dental implants.

Root Canal Treatment (RCT)

Occasionally, tooth pain is caused by an infection of the pulp in the center of a tooth. In order to save such a tooth, root canal therapy can be performed. During root canal therapy, the infected root canal space is thoroughly cleaned, and the area is sealed with a safe material.

Because the pulp is responsible for giving the tooth its vitality and strength, a tooth which has undergone root canal therapy becomes weak and is prone to chipping or breaking. Therefore, a restorative dentistry option such as a dental crown will be necessary to add strength to the tooth.

Inlays and Onlays

When a tooth has lost a significant amount of its structure to decay or injury, an inlay or onlay may be used instead of a tooth-colored filling. Porcelain and resin inlays and onlays are custom made to fit your tooth, and are bonded into place to form a stronger structure than is possible with a filling.

Because of the nature of his restorative and cosmetic dentistry practice, we suggest replacing old metal fillings with tooth colored fillings for a more natural look. Typically, inlays and onlays are needed to replace old metal fillings due to their added strength.

Dental Bridges

It is important to replace a missing tooth in order to maintain proper alignment of the surrounding teeth. Dental bridges can be used at our practice to replace one or several missing teeth. Dental bridges help prevent other teeth from shifting out of place, while creating a pleasing look by filling in unsightly gaps.

These anchor teeth are first prepared similar to teeth covered by dental crowns so that the bridge can be bonded in place. Removable bridges, also known as partial dentures, are held in place with metal clasps or with precision custom attachments.


Dentures are sets of removable replacement teeth that are used when all of the teeth are missing (full dentures) or just several teeth (partial dentures). An immediate denture is usually worn for several months after the teeth have been extracted so that the tissues have time to heal.

Then a custom denture is made to fit the mouth. With the advancement of dental implants, full or partial dentures (dental bridges) can be reinforced by implants for a more secure fit.

TMJ Treatment / Advanced Bite Therapy

Disorders of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) affect thousands of people who suffer from headaches, tenderness or pain in the jaw and face, and an array of other uncomfortable symptoms. By carefully analyzing the patient's bite we create treatment plans that address TMJ problems and

ease the painful symptoms of TMJ disorder or other bite-related issues. Read more to know more about the problem & its treatment.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Your smile conveys volumes about you; when you feel good about yourself, it shows in your appearance. At 32 Smilez Dental Clinic & Implant Center, we offer teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, and other cosmetic procedures to improve your smile and appearance.

Bleaching (Tooth Whitening)

One of the safest and quickest cosmetic dentistry procedures offered at the 32 Smilez Dental Clinic & Implant Center is teeth whitening. Stains and discolorations resulting from aging or dark foods such as coffee and tea can be reduced with this simple procedure.

At 32 Smilez Dental Clinic & Implant Center, we offer a safe and effective teeth whitening system for use at home. we take an impression of your teeth in order to create a custom-made tray that will fit precisely over your teeth.

Laminates (Ceramic Veneers)

Improving a person's smile with porcelain veneers is a popular solution for teeth that are stained, chipped, or misaligned. At our office we offer ultra-thin porcelain veneers that are custom made to cover the visible part of a tooth, creating a beautifully natural look.

It may be necessary for you to wear provisional veneers until your permanent veneers are ready. During a second appointment at the 32 Smilez Dental Clinic & Implant Center, we will remove your provisional veneers to check the fit and color of your new porcelain veneers before bonding them onto your teeth.

Crown & Bridges

Dental crowns are used when there is significant damage to a tooth that cannot be repaired with fillings, inlays, or onlays. A crown may be an excellent choice to restore a tooth for both structural and cosmetic reasons. A crown is a hard covering that fits over the entire surface of the tooth..

adding strength and improving appearance. In our cosmetic dentistry procedures, we use porcelain or porcelain-bonded-to-precious metal crowns to add strength to damaged teeth. It is important to replace a missing tooth in order to maintain proper alignment of the surrounding teeth. Dental bridges can be used at 32 Smilez Dental Clinic & Implant Center while creating a pleasing look by filling in unsightly gaps.

Direct Composite Veneers

To correct minor chips, gaps and stains, many of 32 Smilez Dental Clinic & Implant Center patients choose dental bonding as a cost effective alternative to porcelain veneers. A bonding agent is first applied to the tooth, and a composite plastic resin is applied. We then sculpt this resin into the desired shape.

Excess resin is trimmed, and the tooth is smoothed and polished. Although dental bonding looks natural and can be completed in one visit, the material is not as strong as your natural tooth, and it is more likely that you might stain or chip your bonding than you would a porcelain veneer or your natural tooth. Dental bonding lasts three to five years, on the average.

Composite (Aesthetic) Fillings

Besides the obvious esthetic differences, traditional silver (dental amalgam) fillings cause a host of non-cosmetic issues. Over time, daily pressure and temperature changes can cause silver fillings to crack and leak, allowing bacteria to get into your tooth. The mercury in silver fillings can

also leak into the surrounding tissues, causing stains on the teeth and the gums. All of these problems can be prevented with the use of durable tooth-colored fillings. 32 Smilez Dental Clinic & Implant Center provides mercury-free dentistry for our patients, as we do not advocate the placement of traditional silver fillings. If you already have traditional silver fillings, we can safely replace them with tooth-colored restorations.

Complete Smile Designing

In some cases, other restorative dentistry procedures are required to ease the symptoms of TMJ disorders, including the restoration of teeth through a comprehensive bite correction. Our ultimate goal is to offer the patients comprehensive, full mouth rehabilitation, and to restore

his patients' dental health by correcting their bite and its related functions. We have treated many patients in need of full mouth reconstructions, including those with extensively worn or damaged teeth and those with a collapsed bite due to years of wear. In addition to relieving the symptoms of TMJ disorder, a restored bite is often able to minimize undesirable wrinkles around the lips and create a dazzling smile.

Orthodontics (Tooth Straightening)

32 Dental Clinic & Implant Center offers the patients with crooked, Mis-Aligned teeth the option for both the metallic and the ceramic (tooth colored) braces. Braces are not just for kids. Orthodontics may be needed if the teeth are crooked, crowded or do not meet properly. If you think, you should see a specialist for treatment, here is the place.

Metallic Braces

Invisible (Ceramic) Braces


Space Maintainers for Children

If your child loses a baby tooth early through decay or injury, the child's other teeth could shift and begin to fill the vacant space. When your child's permanent teeth emerge, there's not enough room for them. The result is crooked or crowded teeth and difficulties with chewing or speaking.

To prevent that, your dentist inserts a space maintainer to hold the spot left by the lost tooth until the permanent tooth emerges. The space maintainer might be a band or a temporary crown attached to one side of the vacant space. Later, as the permanent tooth emerges, your dentist removes the device. And your child is ready for a lifetime of smiles.

Appliances for Thumb Sucking

An orthodontic appliance corrects a habit of inserting a habit instrument, such as a thumb, within a mouth. A wire frame of the appliance has two distal ends which are doubled over and each received within a respective lingual sheath carried on a maxillary molar. Two first portions of the wire member

extend anteriorly from each distal end, and each has a U-shaped loop for adjusting the position of the appliance within the mouth. Two second portions each extend anteriorly from a respective first portion, and curve downwardly through a gap formed by an overjet condition between the upper and lower incisors. A guard portion is coupled to the two curved portions and has two circular loops formed within the wire member.

Bite Plate/ Night Guard Appliance

If designed correctly, nighttime appliances help keep teeth from moving, protect ceramic restorations, and protect teeth from wear damage caused by grinding or clenching. A night guard is a plastic mouth guard worn at night to prevent tooth grinding. A bite plate is a removable plastic device, which prevents..

teeth from coming together. In some cases, such as with an overbite, it may eventually improve the bite. A method used to treat the damage caused by more serious cases of grinding involves reshaping or reconstruction of the biting surfaces with crowns or inlays or a full mouth.

Appliance to modify jaw growth

Functional Appliances are removable or fixed `{`cemented`}` appliances that alter the posture of the mandible `{`lower jaw`}` and transmit the forces created by the resulting stretch of the muscles and soft tissues and by the change in the neuromuscular environment to the dental and skeletal...

tissues to produce movement of the teeth and modification to the growth of the jaws and lower face.

Minor Surgeries

Painless Removal of Tooth (Extraction)

Only when all efforts to save a tooth have been explored and exhausted, then only we will suggest that a tooth be removed. If a tooth needs to be extracted, we will make sure your procedure is as comfortable as possible by thoroughly making the tooth and the surrounding area numb.

Because of careful anesthesia technique, our patients report only a very minor sensation of pressure as the tooth is removed from its socket. It is essential that you have the tooth replaced with dental bridges or dental implants to maintain proper alignment of the surrounding teeth and to avoid needing TMJ treatment in the future. After a tooth extraction, we will discuss with you which tooth replacement options are right for your individual case.

Gum Surgeries

Most periodontists would agree that after scaling and root planing, many patients do not require any further active treatment, including surgical therapy. However, the majority of patients will require ongoing maintenance therapy to sustain health. Non-surgical therapy does have its limitations,

however, and when it does not achieve periodontal health, surgery may be indicated to restore periodontal anatomy damaged by periodontal diseases and to facilitate oral hygiene practices.

Impacted Wisdom Tooth Removal

The mandibular third molar, commonly known as a wisdom tooth, is the tooth located distally (away from the midline of the face) from both the mandibular second molars of the mouth with no tooth posterior to it in permanent teeth; they usually appear between the ages of 16 and 25.

Wisdom teeth are commonly extracted when they affect other teeth-this impaction is colloquially known as ``coming in sideways or because of certain problems associated with them like pericoronitis or dental caries.


Your teeth are held in place by roots that extend into your jawbone. Front teeth usually have one root. Other teeth, such as your premolars and molars, have two or more roots. The tip or end of each root is called the apex. Nerves and blood vessels enter the tooth through the apex.

They travel through a canal inside the root, and into the pulp chamber. This chamber is inside the crown (the part of the tooth you can see in the mouth). During root canal treatment, the canals are cleaned. Inflamed or infected tissue is removed. An apicoectomy may be needed when an infection develops or won't go away after root canal treatment or retreatment.

Biopsy and diction of Oral Cancer

An annual screening for oral cancer is important, it is possible that you will notice some change in your mouth or throat that needs examination between your annual screenings. You are the most important factor in an early diagnosis. You should always contact your doctor or dentist

immediately if you notice the following symptoms in yourself or a loved one. The symptoms may be caused by other, less serious problems, but they also indicate the possible presence of oral cancer. Only a professional will be able to tell you definitively. Some think that a visit to their medical doctor is the appropriate course of action.

Removal of Jaw Cysts

A jaw cyst is an abnormal fluid-filled area (pocket) inside your jawbone. You may have pain and swelling inside your mouth, or show no symptoms. You can have a jaw cyst for months or years before you know it's there. Jaw cysts are generally found after having a routine dental X-ray.

If left untreated, jaw cysts can grow and slowly replace the bony tissue in your jawbone. This can weaken your jawbone and cause it to fracture. Jaw cysts are usually removed under local anaesthesia. This means you will stay awake, but the area around the jaw cyst is completely numb.


Dental Implant

Dental implant is an artificial tooth root replacement and is used in prosthetic dentistry to support restorations that resemble a tooth or group of teeth. There are several types of dental implants; the most widely accepted and successful is the osseointegrated implant, based on the discovery by Swedish Professor Per-Ingvar Brånemark that titanium can be successfully fused into bone when osteoblasts grow on and into the rough surface of the implanted titanium. This forms a structural and functional connection between the living bone and the implant. A variation on the implant procedure is the implant-supported bridge, or implant-supported denture.

Dental implant is an artificial tooth root replacement and is used in prosthetic dentistry to support restorations that resemble a tooth or group of teeth. There are several types of dental implants; the most widely accepted and successful is the osseointegrated implant, based on the discovery by Swedish Professor Per-Ingvar Brånemark that titanium can be successfully fused into bone when osteoblasts grow on and into the rough surface of the implanted titanium. This forms a structural and functional connection between the living bone and the implant. A variation on the implant procedure is the implant-supported bridge, or implant-supported denture.

SDF – Silver Diamine Fluoride


SDF is a liquid that is brushed directly on the cavity to stop decay. It is a painless procedure and can be a good treatment option for cavities if your child is young or has special needs, as SDF can help delay more extensive procedures such as drilling or sedation. Think of it as a band-aid solution, as it will not be a permanent solution to the cavity, but can buy the patient more time and keep the decay from worsening until the child is old enough for treatment to be more successful, or the baby tooth falls out.

SDF in simple language is an anti-microbial agent used on cavities to stop and prevent tooth decay. It is a colourless liquid that is applied on the affected teeth using a microbrush. There may be a mild metallic taste and an ammonia smell during application, which will dissipate quickly.Keep in mind that SDF blackens the decayed part of the tooth, leaving it discolored, and that the tooth will need to be monitored by your dentist to make sure that the cavity is not growing. But, if the cavity is on a baby tooth that will eventually fall out, or if the tooth is in the back of the mouth that’s hard to see, SDF might be a good option.