Oral Prophylaxis (Mild to Moderate cases)

Commonly referred to as Teeth Cleaning. The procedure involves the removal of plaque and tartar build up on the surfaces of the teeth to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.

Oral Prophylaxis is recommended to be done every six months as preventive measure but some patients who are more susceptible to developing gum diseases are recommended to have this every 3-4 months.

 Permanent Filling (Light Cured Composite)

This is a type of restoration using tooth colored material bonded directly to the tooth to fill a cavity created from the removal of the part of the tooth affected by decay.

While the term used is permanent, the filling’s durability is  affected by eating habits, tooth grinding or jaw clenching, and oral hygiene.

 Emergency Desensitization of Hypersensitive Teeth

Tooth sensitivity refers to pain or uncomfortable tingling one feels upon consumption of hot or cold beverages or eating sweet or sour foods.

Depending on the cause of the sensitivity dentists may recommend several treatment options.