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Wisdom Teeth Removal

 Wisdom teeth removal is a common dental procedure aimed at preventing potential oral health issues. Typically emerging between the ages of 17 and 25, wisdom teeth can often lead to complications such as impaction, crowding, or infections if there isn’t enough space in the jaw to accommodate them. The removal process generally involves a minor surgery performed under local or general anesthesia, depending on the complexity of the extraction. Post-surgery, patients may experience swelling, discomfort, and require a recovery period that includes specific care instructions to promote healing and prevent complications like dry socket. Regular follow-up appointments ensure that the healing process progresses smoothly and help in managing any post-operative concerns.


Experience in Airway and Sleep Related Disorders

Dentistry in the last few years has become central to the epidemic of breathing related disorders. Research shows that correcting tongue posture and strengthening the muscles involved in breathing can improve airflow, reduce snoring, and even help with conditions like sleep apnea.

Should you find yourself feeling fatigued upon waking or if snoring is a concern, we advise undergoing a sleep study to identify any potential sleep disorders. Upon analysis of your study outcomes, our experts will craft a tailored strategy aimed at resolving any detected problems. Our primary mission is to enhance your sleep quality, thereby improving your life’s overall well-being!

Treatments for TMJ Pain and Headaches

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint that connects the jawbone to the skull. Issues with this joint can result in pain, stiffness, and discomfort in the jaw and surrounding areas.

TMJ issues can arise from a variety of underlying causes. Our dentists offer a comprehensive range of services, including neuromuscular splints, mandibular advancement devices, orthodontic treatments, and sleep and airway evaluations. Additionally, we can provide referrals to TMJ and orofacial pain specialists to ensure you receive holistic and specialized care.

Myofunctional therapy can also help alleviate TMJ pain by correcting muscle imbalances and promoting proper tongue posture.

Buteyko Breathing

Buteyko Breathing is based on the idea that over-breathing or hyperventilation can lead to a decrease in carbon dioxide levels in the body. This leads to constriction of blood vessels and a decrease in oxygen delivery to tissues, resulting in symptoms such as shortness of breath, dizziness, and fatigue. Buteyko first noticed this relationship between breathing and health while working with patients who suffered from respiratory conditions such as asthma. He observed that these patients often had a habit of over-breathing and proposed the Buteyko Breathing technique as a way to manage their symptoms.

Cancer and Abnormal Pathology Screening

Cancer is considered as one of the leading causes of death worldwide. It can affect any part of the body, including the mouth and oral cavity. This is where dental care plays a crucial role in screening for abnormal pathology.

Screening tests are used to detect cancer before any symptoms appear. They are recommended for people who are at a higher risk of developing cancer, such as those with a family history of the disease or certain genetic mutations. Regular screening can help detect cancer at an early stage when it is most treatable.

Myofunctional Therapy

Myofunctional therapy, also known as orofacial myofunctional therapy, is a type of treatment that targets the muscles and functions of the face and mouth. It involves exercises and techniques to retrain the facial muscles and promote proper tongue posture.

Myofunctional therapy often begins with a thorough evaluation by a trained therapist. This evaluation helps identify any muscle imbalances or improper habits that may be affecting the patient’s oral health. From there, a personalized treatment plan is created to address these issues.


Dental Care for The Whole Family

Dental care is an essential aspect of overall health and wellbeing, and it is vital for individuals of all ages to maintain good oral hygiene. From children to adults, everyone needs to take care of their teeth and gums to prevent common dental issues such as cavities, gum disease, and tooth loss.


Adult Care


Child Care


Orthodontic Care

Emergency Dentistry

In today’s busy world, dental emergencies can happen at any time and often without warning. It is important to know what constitutes a dental emergency and what steps you should take if one occurs.

A dental emergency is any situation that requires immediate attention from a dentist to alleviate pain, stop bleeding, or save a tooth. Some common examples of dental emergencies include:

  •    Severe toothache
  •    A knocked-out tooth
  •    Broken or fractured teeth
  •    Loose or missing fillings or crowns
  •    Abscessed tooth