Preventive Care
| Life time protection to the oral cavity
Preventive care gives life time protection to the oral cavity. Early signs of all dental diseases can be identified and hence, are intervened. This includes early treatment and advice on oral hygiene and diet. We show you how to protect teeth according to your individual needs and so to prevent dental problems effectively.
Preventive Care
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Professional cleaning
Regular professional cleaning (scaling) with ultrasonic device includes the removal of plaque, calculus and stain from the crown and root surfaces of teeth. The objective is to prevent inflammation to the gum tissue and surrounding bone (periodontal disease), as well as dental decay.

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Fissure Sealant
The pit and fissures of molars are often so deep that it is difficult for the bristles of a toothbrush to clean the plaque deposits in the area. Fissure Sealant can bond to the enamel tightly to provide a wall of defence which seals the pit and fissures. This helps to keep dental bacteria away from the area and reduces the chance of pit and fissure decay.
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TMJ Treatment
There are two basic types of treatment for TMJ disorders: surgical and non-surgical, but it is generally agreed that in most cases the non-surgical approach should be taken first. The dentist may fit you with a splint or bite plate. They also correct the bite by positioning the teeth in their most correct and least traumatic position.

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If you have the habit of teeth grinding during sleep, the enamel of the teeth will be worn and the teeth get shorter. This makes the teeth sensitive and affects appearance. A nightguard made of soft plastic will be prescribed according to your dental condition. Our customers are instructed to wear it during sleep. This can effectively prevent the teeth from grinding each other.
9.4 Nightguards
A soft plastic worn on the upper teeth prevents trauma during sport. You can also choose your favourite pattern and colour.
Anti-Snoring devices
Anti-snoringdevices work by moving your jaw and tongue forward, thereby creating more space for you to properly breathe during the night. This reduces or eliminates snoring.