Dental Blog

022 – Closing the gap of missing teeth

Missing upper front teeth or spacing among teeth is a very common aesthetic complaint of patient. It can be caused by extracted teeth, abnormal tooth shape, high frenum attachment or periodontal disease which leads to unsatisfactory look and lack of confidence. There are various options to solve such cases depending on cause of problems such as implant or bridge for extracted teeth, veneer or crowns for abnormal shaped teeth or orthodontic treatment for generalised spacing.


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021 – Simple Composite Restorations For Anterior Teeth

Dental caries is one of the most common reason that causes oral pain in our population.However , as people are more self conscious nowadays, they start to realize that dental caries not only affect the functional habits but also their smile.

A person with carious upper anterior teeth will be easily noticeable when he/she talk and smile. This affect the patient’s self esteem and self confidence.Thanks to the modern composite filling material that today we can give back the confident smile to the patient. With advancement in dental technology, properties of dental composite material has highly improved. Not only they have better strengh and easier manipulation  but they also provide better aesthetic that can give us  natural look.

Below is a patient came to our clinic and request for filling of her upper anterior teeth. Upon examination, caries noted at Mesial surface of Upper Right Lateral Incisor (Tooth #12), Mesial surface of Upper Right Central Incisor (Tooth #11), Mesial and Distal surface of Upper Left Central Incisor (Tooth # 21), Mesial surface of Upper Left Central Incisor (Tooth #22). A simple composite restoration was done for her under local anaesthesia.

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020 – Crooked teeth

Case Report


Class II Division I malocclusion, Excessive overjet & Deep Bite with a Congenital Missing Lower Incisor Treated Non-Extraction Orthodontic Treatment. Read more

019 – Diastema Closure with Resin Composite

A diastema is a space or gap between two teeth, most commonly between the incisors. Diastema are common for children and can exist in adult teeth as well.

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