Clear aligners are virtually invisible, removable, comfortable aligners that can effectively straighten misaligned teeth. The advantage of this treatment is that these aligners are almost invisible. Moreover, clear aligner trays can be easily removed to provide you with the convenience of eating and drinking, and also brushing and flossing your teeth regularly. Another key advantage is that these aligners are constructed of a comfortable plastic that won’t be irritating to your gums and cheeks. These plastic aligners have no metal that causes mouth abrasions during the course of treatment.
Clear aligners are constructed from clear plastic that is transparent and not easily seen by onlookers and have none of the unsightly features associated with metal braces. Unlike traditional braces, there are no brackets to hold the aligner in place so that they don’t come off and there are no wires or ligatures that can break and irritate your mouth. During eating, drinking, brushing or flossing, the aligners can be easily removed. Typically, they reduce the prevalence of gum problems and tooth decay that are associated with traditional metal braces. Caring for your clear aligners is easy, since they do not stain and can be removed while eating and drinking.
Initially we take impressions, pictures, and x-rays of your teeth. Through these imaging techniques, we develop a clear 3-D image that helps us to work precisely and offer the appropriate results. We map out an accurate treatment plan using this image. It also helps us to predict the exact movement of your teeth.
You will be able to go through a virtual representation that depicts the movement of your teeth during every stage of treatment. We offer clear custom-made aligners, which are comfortable and smooth. Wear them at all times except during brushing/flossing or eating to obtain the most favourable results. Since these high-quality braces are invisible, you never feel self-conscious or embarrassed to smile. Through gradual and gentle movement, your teeth shift and take their precise places within the oral cavity.
We replace aligners that you wear every 2-3week. Scheduled check-ups at our dental clinic helps us to monitor your progress accurately and intervene whenever necessary. For adults the aligning process normally takes a year to complete. In the case of teenagers, the results are faster than the use of traditional braces. Those who want the best results from this state of the art highly effective treatment should make sure that they wear the aligners at least 20-22 hours every day.
Do not hide your lovely smile behind your misaligned teeth!
Why live with painful and unsightly cavities when you can have them filled by our dentists in a painless procedure!
In order to repair a cavity, the decayed portion of your tooth will be removed by your dentist. The portion of the tooth occupied by the decayed material will then be filled. Fillings are utilised to repair teeth that are broken, cracked, or that have cavities.
What Are The Steps For Filling Teeth?
Initially, a local anaesthetic will be injected into the area that surrounds the tooth. Novocaine is normally used. Then, a drill, laser, or air abrasion will be utilised to remove the area that is decayed. The type of instrument that is used will depend on the preference and training of your dentist, along with the extent and location of the tooth decay.
Your dentist will then test and probe the area of decay to ensure that all decayed material has been removed. After the removal of the decay, the space to be occupied by the filling will be cleaned so that all debris and bacteria are removed. If the area of the decay is close to the root, a liner constructed of a composite resin, glass ionomer or other type of material may be used in order to provide protection to the nerve. After the insertion of the filling, it will be finished and polished.
Additional steps are needed for fillings that are tooth-coloured. Subsequent to the removal of decay and cleaning of the area, the material that is tooth-coloured will be applied in layers. A specially designed light that hardens or cures each layer is used. After the completion of the multi-layering procedure, the composite material will be shaped by your dentist, excess material will be trimmed, and it will be polished.
Filling Materials Used
There are several types of filling materials that are currently available. Teeth may be filled with porcelain, gold, silver amalgam, or tooth-coloured composite resins. Silver amalgam is comprised of mercury with tin, silver, copper, and zinc mixed with it. The extent and location of the cavity, expense of filling material, insurance coverage of the patient, and the recommendation of the dentist will determine the kind of filling material that will best suit your needs
Silver Amalgam Fillings
Composite Fillings – Tooth Coloured
Additional Filling Materials
In addition to composite resins that are tooth coloured, there are two other types of tooth-coloured fillings. Glass ionomer and ceramics.
This material is constructed of a specific type of glass and acrylic. It is commonly utilised on fillings that are beneath the gum line and for young children. This material releases fluoride, which may protect a tooth from additional decay. Nevertheless, glass ionomer is not as strong as composite resin and more prone to fracture and wear. It normally lasts for five years or less and the expense is similar to composites.
Usually constructed of porcelain. Ceramics are stain resistant, compared to composites, but are more abrasive. Ceramics are very durable, and usually last for 15 years or more, but, they are costly, and the expense can be similar to gold.
Rejuvenate Your Smile with Porcelain Crown and Veneers from Monash Dental Group
Remember; beautiful and aesthetically appealing cosmetic dentistry is not a matter of chance; it demands an experienced clinician who is sensitive to your unique needs and an expert dental ceramist who leverages the art and science of dentistry to deliver optimal results. At Monash Dental Group, we boast an expert team of experienced cosmetic dentists, who have extensive experience in fitting patients with porcelain veneers and crowns. Our first-class porcelain veneers and crowns are highly effective for your unique functional and cosmetic needs.
At Monash Dental Group, our products are expertly crafted to compliment your age, gender, expectations, and facial features. We leverage the expertise of the best dental ceramists to guarantee that the veneers and crowns are of premium quality, resilient, and possess excellent craftsmanship. We work diligently to provide you with a top-quality product that beautifully compliments your face, while simultaneously restoring the function and aesthetics of your natural teeth.
Typically, porcelain veneers are a form of thin laminates of chinaware that are securely bonded to the surface of the tooth. For diverse dental problems, it is one of the most aesthetically appealing means of enhancing your smile. Veneers are one of the most popular treatments for restoration of chips, spaces, fractures, unshapely and discoloured teeth, or misaligned and rotated teeth. They deliver an unmatched cosmetic makeover that allows alteration of shape, position, size, and the colour of your teeth. Monash Dental Group boasts experienced cosmetic dentists who deliver exceptional results with porcelain veneers. We feature:
The procedure typically requires two appointments. At first, the tooth is prepared for minimal reduction to make enough space for the porcelain veneer. A mould of the tooth is taken for fabrication, which takes approximately 2 weeks. In the next visit, the permanent veneer is bonded in place.
Crowns are a rigid and strong cap that restores the tooth to its natural function and anatomic contours, as well as protects the underlying tooth. In certain conditions, where veneers are not possible, crowns are a suitable option. Some of the scenarios in which crowns may be used include tooth fractures, large restorations, functionally compromised teeth, history of root canal therapy, and acute damage due to decay. There are a wide range of choices available in crowns and bridges.
Dental crown procedures take just two appointments, depending on the condition of your teeth and gums. First, the tooth is prepared for reduction and an impression is taken for fabrication. A temporary, plastic crown in fitted while the mould is being fabricated. In the next visit, the temporary crown is removed and the final crown is secured permanently into position. The fabrication procedure may take time depending on the type of crown.
Monash Dental Group is an expert in crowns and veneers, delivering matchless quality and desired results. The key benefits are:
Contact the professionals at Monash Dental Group for more details on porcelain veneers and crowns. We guarantee excellent quality and fantastic results in a cost-effective manner.