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Dental Implants Vs. Bridgework

Teeth basically have two main parts; the crown is the part you see in the mouth, and the root is the part that is encased in bone and keeps the tooth in place. A dental implant is actually a root replacement, and unlike the root of a tooth, it is actually fused to the bone of the […]

Pain-Free Dentistry With Local Anesthesia

Local anesthetics come in two varieties: topical and injectable. Topical anesthetics are used to numb just the top surface of the gum or oral lining surfaces of the mouth, and are usually applied with a Q-tip®, cotton swab, adhesive patch or even a spray. Topical anesthetics are frequently used for surface comfort during superficial teeth […]

Dental Implant Success Rate

Dental implants traditionally have a very high success rate. The majority of studies that have been done indicate long-term success rates well over 95%. However, there are many factors that can compromise the success rates of implants. These can be divided into three categories: general health concerns, local factors and maintenance issues. It is important […]

Cosmetic And Implant Dentistry For A SMILE MAKEOVER

Through a combination of modern dental science and artistry a dental makeover can help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted. At Serenity International Dental Clinic we aim to provide individualized smile enhancement solutions that are long lasting, in terms of aesthetics, comfort and function. A makeover usually implies a ‘quick fix’ to a cosmetic […]

Treating Difficult Areas Of Periodontal Disease

The goal of any periodontal treatment (“peri” – around; “odont” – tooth) is to keep the supporting structures of the teeth – gum, bone and the periodontal ligaments that join these tissues to the tooth roots – healthy. Bone loss around a tooth will jeopardize its very survival. Local antimicrobial or antibiotic therapy is a […]

Dental Implants — Your Best Option For Replacing Teeth

There is no question that over the last two decades dental implants have revolutionized tooth replacement and the practice of dentistry. The concept of dental implants is not new, the earliest recorded attempts of their use were discovered in the Mayan civilization dating back to 600 A.D. Today’s highly successful dental implants consist of root […]

How to handle your cracked tooth properly

If you can see a crack in your tooth, it is important to visit your dentist as soon as possible. A tooth crack is a visible line either from the gum line to the tip or at the cusp – the pointed biting part of your tooth. While your tooth might not be into 2 […]

Broken File in Root Canal During Root Canal Treatment

One of the most common mishaps that can occur during root canal therapy is when the root canal instrument (commonly known as a file) fractures (or “separates”) inside the root canal. This is an inherent risk, particularly in patients whose root canals are severely curved and calcified and/or hard to access. The probability of an occurrence […]

Stock abutment vs CAD/CAM customized abutment

The fact is not all abutments and crowns are created equal. Typically, following the placement of a dental implant, patients must return to their restorative dentist to have the final abutment and crown made. The type and shape of the abutment and crown is critical in achieving longevity and success with the aesthetic and functional […]

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