Gingivectomy is a dental surgery that involves a dentist or oral surgeon removing a portion of the gums in the mouth. The procedure is the total removal of a portion of your gums from in and around a tooth or teeth in order to treat gum disease or to lengthen the height or width of …

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Light Cure Filling

A dental curing light is a piece of dental equipment that helps light-cure resin-based composites polymerize. This light is utilized to polymerize light-cured resin-based composites, which are the white fillings that we place in teeth.  It can be used on a variety of dental materials that are light-curable. The light used belongs to the visible …

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Metallic Cap/Crown (Porcelain)

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped “cap” that is placed over a tooth, covering it and restoring its shape, size, strength, and/or look. When cemented in place, crowns completely surround the visible area of a tooth above and below the gum line. The following situations may necessitate the use of a dental crown: To prevent …

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Operculectomy is the surgical procedure of removing the operculum, or the flap of gum that partially covers a tooth. Pericoronitis, a dental condition characterized by pain and inflammation of the operculum, is treated with this technique. Pericoronitis is most common in young adults, particularly those whose wisdom teeth are beginning to erupt. On a partially erupted …

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Pulp capping

Pulp capping is a dental restoration treatment that prevents the dental pulp from necrosis after it has been exposed, or almost exposed, during cavity preparation, a traumatic injury, or a deep cavity that reaches the middle of the tooth, causing the pulp to die. All or most of the diseased and weakened enamel and dentin …

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Root Canal Therapy

The goal of root canal therapy is to remove bacteria from an infected root canal, avoid reinfection, and save the original tooth. The inflammatory or infected pulp is removed, and the inside of the tooth is meticulously cleansed and sanitized before being filled and sealed.  Millions of teeth are treated and saved this way each …

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Tooth Polishing

Tooth polishing is a dental technique that is used to keep teeth in good shape. Teeth appear whiter, stain-free, and gleaming as a result of this treatment. This surgery promotes oral health while also improving the appearance of the teeth. Tooth polishing was once considered a standard element of dental prophylaxis. However, it was quickly …

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Tooth Whitening

Teeth whitening involves bleaching teeth to make them lighter. It can lighten the existing color by several shades. Teeth whitening is a form of dentistry and should only be carried out by a dentist or another regulated dental professional, on the prescription of a dentist. The dentist takes an impression of teeth to make a …

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Ultrasonic Scaling

Ultrasonic scaling is a form of tooth cleaning which refers to the non-surgical technique of scaling, sometimes called “root debridement.” It’s typically a relatively painless procedure in which small dental instruments are used to physically remove deposits from the surfaces of teeth. Ultrasonic scaling has been around for decades and should be part of the …

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