Traditionally damaged teeth were patched with Silver fillings ( amalgam ). At Balaclava Dental Care we use metal free, latest composite tooth colored materials to restore the ideal strength and natural appearance of your teeth. We sculpt, shape and apply bonding techniques to make our restoration behave as if they are a natural part of your tooth.
Often when a tooth breaks or at risk of breaking it will need to be protected and restored by a dental crown ( cap ). In some occasions a missing tooth may be replaced by placing crowns on adjacent teeth i.e. bridge. At Balaclava Dental care use top rated metal free crowns and bridges to accurately restore these conditions.
Who said that dentures are plasticy, uncomfortable fake looking teeth? Our clinical team at Balaclava Dental Care has a vast experience in creating comfortable, functional and natural looking dentures. Our patients call them the “natural dentures”.
Wisdom teeth are 3rd molars that often don’t have enough room to erupt and may push and move adjacent teeth. If you are suffering from an impacted wisdom tooth or have a tooth that is causing you grief then the clinical team at Balaclava Dental Care has the knowledge and experience to help you
Dental treatment for kids is in principal very similar treatment of adults however when treating children we need to consider the emotional, behavioral and physical state of the child.
Laughing gas or happy gas are common names to a mixture of Nitrous Oxide and oxygen Gases…
If your smile has faded or your teeth are plain yellow then you should consider professional tooth whitening. Teeth whitening is the most common dental cosmetic procedure in the world. At Balaclava Dental Care our team will assess your smile and recommend on the whitening approach that will give you the best result.
Not everyone is born with straight white teeth. The team at Balaclava Dental Care has a vast experience in transforming plain smiles into gorgeous, confidence boosting smiles. We utilize the latest techniques in dental cosmetic procedures such as veneers to correct and rejuvenate smiles
Are you missing a tooth or it has been a while since you were able to bite into an apple then you should consider Dental Implants. An implant is an artificial root that is surgically inserted to replace a missing tooth or assist in anchoring a loose denture. Once it has healed the implant is restored to look, feel and function almost like a natural tooth.
A tooth is a living organ that has a living tissue inside which feeds and nourishes it. Deep decay, fractures or trauma may cause death of the tooth’s living tissue. This may manifest in pain, swelling or even formation of a pus filled abscess. A root canal treatment is a procedure in which we drain, clean, disinfect and seal the roots of a tooth to allow successful restoration and long clinical life.
The best way to prevent gum disease is effective daily brushing and flossing as well as regular professional examinations and cleanings. Unfortunately, even with the most diligent home dental care, people still can develop some form of periodontal disease. Once this disease starts, professional intervention is necessary to prevent its progress
Dental emergencies can occur when you least expect it. And, more than likely, you cannot wait for an appointment. Our practice offers emergency dental care with you in mind. We understand that tooth and gum pain can affect your daily life and you cannot afford to be off your game. We offer emergency hours to alleviate your pain as soon as it hits
- Restorations and Tooth Repair
- Cosmetic Treatments and Veneers
- Teeth Whitening
- Crowns and Bridges
- Dental Care
- Dental Implants
- SURGERY AND WISDOM TEETH REMOVAL
- Root Canal Treatment
- Oral Cancer
YOUR SMILE IS YOUR CROWNING GLORY.
TAKE CARE OF IT BY BRUSHING TWICE A DAY FOR TWO MINUTES
Brush your teeth twice a day with a soft-bristled brush. The size and shape of your brush should fit your mouth allowing you to reach all areas easily.
Replace your toothbrush every three or four months, or sooner if the bristles are frayed. A worn toothbrush won’t do a good job of cleaning your teeth.
Make sure to use an ADA-accepted fluoride toothpaste.
(by College of Dentistry, university of Florida)