General dentistry involves various procedures that help you achieve the best oral condition possible.
This includes initial consultation and diagnostics such as dental X-rays, CAT scans and moulds for replacing missing teeth.
Cosmetic dentistry is a dental practice that focuses on improving the appearance of your teeth and smile.
Although cosmetic dentistry procedures are typically intended to improve appearance, some treatments can also restore one’s bite and oral health.
The most common cosmetic procedures are simple, whereas others are more complex and require specialised care.
Preventive dentistry protects your teeth to maintain their health. This helps to prevent cavities, gum disease, enamel wear, and more problems.
There are many ways to prevent dental issues, such as daily brushing at home and dental cleanings at your dentist’s office. To keep optimal oral health, visit your dentist twice a year.
These practices are performed to ensure that teeth are clean, durable, and white. Children should be taught proper oral hygiene as early as their first teeth erupt.
Teeth that are crooked, crowded, or that stick out affect the appearance and function of your smile.
Orthodontic treatments not only improve the look of your smile but your oral and overall health as well.
Straight teeth are easier to manage and less likely to get tooth decay or injury. If you are not happy with the appearance and condition of your teeth, orthodontic treatment may help.
Sleep dentistry uses anaesthesia to induce sleep and reduce pain, awareness, and recollection during dental procedures.
This procedure removes the fear, anxiety, and discomfort usually associated with dental procedures.
A missing tooth is a serious matter. Teeth are made to work together. When you lose one, the nearby tooth may tilt or drift into the space left.
The teeth in the opposite jaw may also move towards the space. This can affect your teeth and jaw alignment and place more pressure on your teeth and jaw joints, causing muscle tension and pain.
Dental implants are posts surgically placed in the upper or lower jaw. The implants become a stable base for one or more replacement teeth. They function as anchors that replace your natural tooth roots.
Our Dental Treatments at Sayers Dental Aesthetics & Implants
At Sayers Dental Aesthetics & Implants, we provide you with quality dental care services and help you maintain your oral health.
Our staff is keenly aware of the unique needs of our patients, and we do everything we can to make our patients are as comfortable and as relaxed as possible. We listen to what you tell us your needs are and this, we believe, goes a long way to make you more comfortable.
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