Restorative & Prosthetic Dentistry | Dr. Grace Ordoñez

Restorative & Prosthetic Dentistry

We Restore the loss of your tooth structure either partially or completely, by the means of Filling

  • Tooth colored filling, Inlays, on lays, Post & core, Composite build up
  • Broken Teeth, Restore broken and chipped teeth after accidents.
  • Crowns & Bridges, Replace a few missing teeth with natural looking caps.

Metal free crowns/ all ceramic crowns, Zirconia crowns (white metal crowns), metal fused to porcelain crowns Dentures

  • Replace many missing teeth with support to your cheeks and lips.
  • Flexible Denture
  • BPS (Bio functional prosthetic system) denture
  • Removable Partial Dentures

This is a plate with a number of false teeth on it. It may be all acrylic, cast metal or flexible partial denture.

 

Complete dentures

Denture stabilization: In many cases existing loose dentures can be stabilized by using mini implants, allowing to eat and smile with confidence.

 

Implants

Dental implants look, feel and function like natural teeth and can last a life time. It is even considered as third dentition.

 

Keyhole Dental Implants

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Have revolutionized the field of dental implants as they are absolutely invasive making the most comfortable & quickest procedure in dentistry.

Key features:

  • stich less
  • less time consuming
  • comfortable
  • quick recovery
  • high success rate
  • very safe

Single Tooth Replacements
Dental implants are placed directly into the bone, they help preserve the jaw bone and prevent bone deterioration.

 

Multiple Tooth Replacements

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Multiple implants are placed in the bone below the gum tissue acting as anchors or posts for a custom-made bridge that will match your existing teeth

After the osseointegration of the implants is complete, multiple crowns or custom bridge is cemented onto the abutments. Implant supported teeth are permanently fixed in mouth, unlike removable appliances like dentures. They don’t slip or click and there is no worry about them moving or falling out when speaking, eating or participating in activities.

Implant supported dentures

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In many cases, your existing dentures can be modified to this system and will fit your new dental implants, saving you the expense of an entirely new denture.

This denture will not move or disengage from the dental implants with regular movements such as eating or speaking but can be easily removed whenever necessary. When you need to remove your denture, you just apply pressure in a lifting motion with your thumb, and your denture pops off the dental implant easily. Implant supported dentures will restore nearly 95% of your chewing ability.

 

Teeth in an hour

Is the perfect solution for people that have no teeth (or will have the teeth removed) in either top jaw or bottom jaw or both. The process is truly remarkable.

 

Denture Stabilization

Wearing dentures can be tiresome. Loose and difficult dentures can be stabilized with implants or mini implants, allowing you to eat and smile with confidence once again.

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