What are implants?
Implants are the best and most stable restorations available, with remarkable looking and feeling results.
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is surgically anchored into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge in place.
When can i place the implant ?
What determines how long you will wait for your implant after extraction depends on how much bone and tissue structures are present. After taking a 3D scan of the area, we will be able to determine the length of your treatment.
Why Choose Dental Implants?
While the procedure may be lengthy, the results are well worth the wait and the effort. Implants are the best available alternatives to healthy, natural teeth. They are stable and durable, offering a permanent solution to restore a missing tooth’s look, feel, and function. Implants are the only restorations available that help preserve the bone because they act just like natural tooth roots. With proper care, your dental implants have the potential of lasting a lifetime.
Quality Dental Implants in Pafos
Contact pafos dental clinic Papamina Constantina , to learn more about restoring your missing teeth using dental implants. We are here to answer all your questions and to determine your best treatment options depending on your unique condition. With our commitment to utilizing the best technology and techniques, you can trust that your smile is in capable hands. Call us and schedule your appointment today!
Are dental cleanings essential?
Professional dental cleanings are essential to maintaining excellent oral health.
We recommend you have a professional cleaning at least once every six months. If you have not been diligent in having your teeth cleaned or if your teeth tend to build up tartar and plaque quickly, we recommend once every four months.
Who will perfom it?
Professional dental cleanings are performed by the dentist. Your cleaning includes a review of your x-rays, periodontal (gums) status and surrounding tissues/structures. The pocket depth of your gums is measured using a periodontal probe, to ensure the attachment level is healthy. Plaque and tartar are then removed with special dental instruments. Plaque is a film that forms on the teeth daily. It is a colony of bacteria, food debris, and saliva that irritates and inflames your gums causing gingivitis (inflammation of gums) which can lead to more severe periodontal disease.
When first formed, this film is soft and easily removed. If left untreated, within days, it becomes hardened plaque that can only be removed with special dental instruments. Finally, your teeth are polished to remove additional stain and plaque. Educating you on your periodontal status and ways to improve and maintain your oral health is the final step of the appointment.
When plaque and tartar aren’t removed, they push deeper into the tissue and bone, destroying them. Periodontal disease is characterized by red, swollen (puffy), and bleeding gums. When bone loss occurs, it can cause the teeth to be loose and cause spacing between teeth. Pus will form around the teeth and gums telling you that there is an infection present.
The influx of bacteria will cause persistent bad breath and can affect your self-esteem. In its early stages, it is painless but can become a discomforting. Periodontal disease has been linked to other diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and bacterial pneumonia and is an increased risk during pregnancy.
During a periodontal exam, a periodontal probe is used to measure your gums. Your dentist will use these measurements, as well as noting the amount of bleeding, inflammation, and mobility to diagnose one of four categories: healthy, gingivitis, periodontitis (slight to moderate bone loss), and advanced periodontitis (moderate to severe bone loss).
If damage has been done to tissue and bone, a special cleaning called scaling, and root planing or deep cleaning will be recommended. Scaling is performed one or two quadrant at a time using local anesthesia. Special scalers are used remove all of the hardened tartar above and below the gums, as well as to smooth rough surfaces allowing the tissue to heal and the pockets to shrink.
Medication may be directly applied to the area, and a special mouth rinse may be prescribed to help in healing. An electric toothbrush and waterpik will also help to keep the area clean. Within two months, a thorough re-evaluation is done.
Once completed, routine regular maintenance cleanings are recommended four times a year. If there is no improvement, then periodontal surgery by a Periodontist (a dentist that specializes in the gums and supporting bone) may be recommended.
A crown is a restoration that covers, or "caps," a tooth to restore it to its normal shape and size, strengthening and improving the appearance of a tooth.
Crowns are necessary when a tooth is generally broken down and fillings won't solve the problem.
Όψεις ρητίνης (bonding)
Θεραπεία ελάχιστης παρέμβασης
Η τοποθέτηση ολοκληρώνεται γρήγορα, ακόμα και σε μία συνεδρία
Δυνατότητα για διορθωτικές παρεμβάσεις στο αποτέλεσμα
Εύκολη επισκευή αν υπάρξει κάποιο πρόβλημα
Porcelain venners is a
highly esthetic prosthetic solution that is becoming very popular among people who desire a beautiful, bright smile
A veneer is a very thin porcelain prosthesis (like a contact lens) that is bonded bonded onto the frontal surface of the tooth after a small (0.5mm) of enamel is removed in order to create the prosthetic space necessary.
Teeth whitening lightens teeth and helps to remove stains and discoloration.
Whitening is among the most popular cosmetic dental procedures because it can greatly improve how your teeth look.
Botox is a popular, anti-aging method, NON-INVASIVE with excellent results. It can be applied on areas of the face to eliminate different kinds of wrinkles that form as we grow older.
Botox, opposite to what some may believe, does not create a frozen type of facial expression but rather just temporarily lowers local mascular activity. It thus allows normal facial expression without the formation of wrinkles.
Its application is very simple and the results are visible within a few days. It is NOT a permanent treatment since it lasts for about 6 months and can be repeated 2-3 times per year.
Dermal fillers also treat wrinkles on the face. They’re primarily used to treat smile lines, though the fillers can also be used to plump up the lips or cheeks.
Dermal fillers come in different forms, and like Botox, they’re injectable .We mostly use hyaluronic acid, a temporary material that loses its effect after 6 to 12 months. Hyalouronic acid is a natural ingredient of the skin whose quantity is reduced as we grow older.
With the use of dermal FILLERS we can achieve the elimination of wrinkles and folds located at the perioral area. We can also emphasize the outline of the lips or add volume to them.
The process is very simple, takes only a few minutes and is performed under local anaesthesia. The results last upto a year and the treatment can be repeated without any problem.