Taking care of your smile and self-esteem is one of our biggest motivations!
Therefore, we offer you the most modern dental treatments in the areas of implants, orthodontics, teeth whitening, prosthesis, dental contact lens and porcelain veneers.
CA® CLEAR ALIGNER
This system offers beautiful, healthy teeth already during the treatment. Its German standards and reliability are great attractive, mainly because there's no discomfort caused by other techniques such as wires and brackets.
A dentist is the professional responsible for treating problems related to teeth and bones of the face. From the removal of embedded teeth (such as wisdom teeth), to bone grafting and subsequent implant placement, as well as the treatment of more severe pathological alterations (such as tumors), structural malformations and facial bone traumas.
The dentist plans and carries out the installation of implants into the bones, thus replacing missing teeth.
It involves teeth whitening, restorations and closure of diastema (spaced teeth).
PORCELAIN LAMINATES - DENTAL CONTACT LENSES
This is one of the most popular treatments related to beauty and dental aesthetics, once it offers a quick way to achieve a beautiful smile and is a perfect treatment for people with stained, chipped or spaced teeth (diastema).
Orthodontic treatment is essential to improve the health and aesthetics of a smile, as well as to ensure that the patient chews better, has more hygiene and long lasting teeth, either by the installation of fixed or removable appliances.
Cleaning, restoration, fluoride application and oral health assessment.
Usually known as "root canal treatment," this specialty is responsible for the prevention and treatment of diseases of the tooth pulp.
The dentist performs the treatment of gum disease (gingivitis and periodontitis), as well as periodontal surgeries.
BRUXISM (TEETH GRINDING) TREATMENT
Some people may grind or tighten their teeth involuntarily, for example during sleep. This is called Bruxism. It can lead to destruction of the surrounding bone and gum tissue, and cause problems involving the jaw joint such as temporomandibular joint syndrome (TMJ).
What is orofacial pain?
Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD), or orofacial pain, is a chronic muscular and joint pain that occurs when the person bites, chews and yawns. It's similar to other rheumatologic disorders whose signs and symptoms may include:
- Muscle and joint pain, on one or both sides or close to the ears;
- Pain in the throat that expands to the neck, chest, head;
- Presence of pain and cracking sounds when opening and/or closing the mouth;
- Limited movement of the mandible;
- Difficulty chewing;
- Unilateral or bilateral facial pain;
- Headache or neuralgia;
- Presence of tinnitus;
- Headache with neck pain and ear pain.
Stages of pain:
- Stage 1 - Crackling sounds;
- Stage 2 - Intermittent "lock" of TMD;
- Stages 3 and 4 - Permanent "lock" of TMD that results in pain during rest and chew;
- Stage 5 - Decreased joint pain accompanied by persistent muscle symptoms, painless joint crackling, and decreased mouth opening;
- Stage 6 - Crackling remains, but there's improvement of movements of the jaw and muscle sensitivity.
Physiotherapeutic treatment is usually based on:
- Specific physiotherapeutic techniques;
- Therapeutic Electro-photo;
- and more than 5 therapeutic techniques.