Pediatric dentistry is the branch of dentistry in charge of treating children, adolescents and special patients with some type of disability, therefore the pediatric dentist will be in charge of exploring, diagnosing, treating and preventing oral diseases of the population.
Orthodontics is a specialty that is responsible for the study, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of abnormalities of shape, position, relationship and function of dentomaxillofacial structures. Therefore, its exercise is the art of correcting possible alterations and keeping them in an optimal state of health and harmony through the use and control of different types of forces (fixed or removable devices).
Aesthetic or cosmetic dentistry is a specialty that solves problems related to oral health and aesthetic harmony of the mouth with the rest of both the oral and facial structures of the patient.
Odontogeriatrics is defined as oral health care for elderly patients whose physical condition in general is significantly influenced by degenerative processes and diseases that are usually associated with older adults.
It is a dental specialty that consists of the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and manipulation of everything related to the pulp tissue (vascular vascular package) of the teeth; where, dentists specialized in this area are called endodontists.
Periodontics is a medical-surgical dental specialty that studies the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and conditions that affect the tissues that support the dental organs (gum, periodontal ligament, root cement and alveolar bone) for the maintenance of health of teeth and their adjacent tissues.
Prosthodontics is that branch of dentistry that is responsible for restoring the function, anatomy, phonation and aesthetics of the stomatognathic apparatus as a result of the loss of one or more teeth. These prostheses can be fixed or removable; also, they can be partial or complete, depending on whether they comprise a limited number of teeth or the entire arch. Likewise, implant-supported prostheses may be indicated.
The oral or oral pathology is the branch of dentistry that is responsible for the nature, identification and treatment of the alterations, pathologies and diseases located in the oral, maxillary, jaw and dental organs, as well as the relationships they have with problems systemic of the patient.
Tooth whitening is an aesthetic treatment that manages to reduce the original color of dental pieces by several shades, leaving teeth whiter and brighter. Teeth whitening can be done both in the dental office and at home.
3D TOMOGRAPHY (DIGITAL)
Dental tomography is a useful tool for generating three-dimensional (3-D) images of dental structures, soft tissues, nerves, and bones of the craniofacial region, which allows a more detailed visualization of what we cannot observe on a regular radiograph, being these images in two dimensions. This feature allows the professional to make a deeper analysis of both dental and bone structures, since their visualization becomes extremely clear.
PANORAMIC (DIGITAL) AND PERIAPICAL RADIOGRAPHIES
It is a two-dimensional (2-D) x-ray dental exam that captures images of the entire mouth in a single shot, including the teeth, the lower and upper jaw, the surrounding structures and tissues.
We are available to provide all the solutions you need in your prosthetic work, working with trained professionals and materials of the highest quality.
- Fixed and removable prostheses
- Complete, partial, combined prostheses
- Cobalt chrome
- Metal, acrylic, composite acrylic, ceramic, zirconium
- Porcelain on metal
- Whitening covers
One of the properties of DENTAL PLUSS is the use of the most avant-garde and innovative techniques at the service of the patient. Among them, CAD-CAM technology.
The CAD (computer-aided design) – CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) is a system that allows you to design dental pieces that are then placed in the patient’s mouth using a computer program.
The use of this technology entails significant savings for the patient, both in economic cost and in time spent in the treatment. Likewise, the fidelity, accuracy and precision of the procedures that make the creation of dental pieces possible have no comparison with any other system.
In other words, it is a computer-created replica in 3 dimensions that makes it possible to carry out more agile and faster work than with the traditional methods of taking print measurements in the patient’s mouth through silicones and handmade manufacturing or Traditional in molds.
CAD-CAM technology is based on a scanner that obtains a perfectly faithful image of the patient’s mouth. In this way, several measurements are taken that unnecessarily lengthen the process.
From there, the professional obtains a digital file from the mouth and through the software program projects the piece in 3D.