Implants, Veneers, Bonding
A dental implant is a device which is inserted into the jaw to support a prosthetic tooth.
A dental implant is a substitute for a tooth root.
Implants are an anchor for replacement teeth.
The implant is inserted into the jawbone, and then the false tooth – also called a “pontic” – is then attached.
Veneers are thin facings of porcelain or composite resins.
They are cemented to the front surfaces of the teeth.
If you have crooked, chipped misaligned, discolored or otherwise damaged teeth, veneers are an excellent remedy.
Veneers are thin shells of ceramic material which are permanently bonded to the front surface of your teeth.
They’re custom-made and custom-colored; when placed by a qualified cosmetic dentist, veneers are virtually identical to natural teeth.
Dental bonding is simply adding a little tooth-coloured composite material to fill in the blanks.
Dental bonding is one of the most common cosmetic dental procedures around.
It’s used to correct a wide variety of tooth problems, such as cracks, decay, gaps, discoloration and chips.