Simple, surgical, and wisdom teeth extractions

Simple Extractions

Simple extractions are those, in which the problem tooth can be seen and observed with the naked eye and the dentist can use local anesthesia to extract the tooth or teeth, depending on the situation.

Surgical Extractions

Surgical extractions are those, in which the dentist has to extract one or more teeth by removing tissue and/or bone. They are conducted under local anesthesia or sedation.

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth, in reality, are our third molars, which generally grow in between the ages of 14 to 25. In most cases, they have to be removed, due to lack of space within the mouth. Our ancestors had larger jaws, which could accommodate these third molars, but as we evolved, our jaws became smaller; however, we never lost our ability to develop and grow these teeth. If your wisdom teeth are not removed, they can push all of your other teeth, causing crowding and a contorted look.

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Cosmetic treatments

Veneers, a marvel of modern technology and aesthetics, consist of thin coverings made of porcelain that adhere to the front of your teeth.


Implants are the most advanced treatment in terms of modern dentistry. They feel and look like natural teeth, while being stronger and firmer.

Restorative Treatments

If you have cracked, broken, decayed, worn out teeth, or are missing one or more teeth, we can repair your smile.

Cosmetic surgeries

This cosmetic surgery is performed when your gum is more pronounced in relation to your teeth.

Endodontic treatments (Root Canal)

Commonly referred to as a Root Canal, it is nothing more than killing the nerve of a tooth, which is causing a lot of pain and is sensitive to heat and cold exposure.