Dental medicine deals with the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity. Permanent teeth couldn’t last a lifetime if there is no proper treatment from our dental professionals. Everyone is recommended to visit the dentist at least twice a year, including children. Modern dental techniques today could carry out with no or very little discomfort.
Here at Al Hokail Dental Department, we assure to give the best treatment to your precious smiles. Our team of professional dentists will give the utmost service to the best they could, for our client’s satisfaction. In here, we provide the following services:
Oral health services
a. Dental check-ups. Tooth inspection using small instruments for diagnosis.
b. Gum surgery. Procedure done to save gums and jaw bone from infection that may lead to gum or teeth loss.
c. Sealants. Liquid solutions painted to the teeth to protect from decay-causing bacteria.
d. Tooth extraction. Involves removing tooth from its socket in the jaw bone which is extensively damaged or badly decayed. Wisdom teeth which are impacted and causing trouble are commonly extracted to avoid further damage.
e. Scaling and cleaning. Removal of built-up debris from the teeth caused by food particles, plaque, or tartar.
a. Braces. Designed to correct teeth alignment and bite-related problems. It fixes crowded, crooked, protruding, out of alignment, and irregular spacing teeth through exerting steady pressure on the teeth.
a. Bridges. Fixed replacement of missing teeth by placing crowns on the teeth either side of the gap then cementing the artificial teeth into place.
b. Fillings. Restorative dentistry treatment used to repair minimal tooth fractures, decays, or damaged surfaces of the teeth.
c. Dentures. Removable replacement for missing teeth that can be removed at will. It is important once you lose your teeth to avoid difficulty in eating and to prevent facial muscles to sag.
d. Root canals. Procedure that treats diseases or abscessed teeth by removing infected tissue at the center of a tooth then filled to stop being infected again.
a. Veneers. Porcelain or resin composite used to cover the front surface of teeth to repair chipped, decayed, or stained and may also help in closing gaps in the teeth.
b. Implants. Metal device made of titanium designed to replace missing teeth by acting as tooth root then can anchor artificial teeth such as dentures, bridges, or crowns.
c. Crowns. Tooth-shaped cap placed over a tooth that has been damaged by decay, broken, badly stained, or misshaped to repair and save the tooth from extraction. It is also used in cosmetic imperfections.
d. Teeth shaping. Reshaping of tooth by removing some of enamel to improve appearance.
e. Tooth bonding. Procedure in which a tooth-colored resin is permanently attached to the teeth to improve and repair decayed, chipped, fractured, or discolored teeth, or reduce gaps between teeth.
f. Teeth whitening/bleaching. Procedure that can brighten and whiten your teeth from discoloration and/or staining. It is cosmetic, therefore, only privately available through dental clinics or at home.
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