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Dentals Implants


Artificial substitutes for tooth roots. Made from titanium and placed in the jaw, dental implants are either screw, cylinder or blade in form. Prosthetic teeth are attached to the part of the implant that protrudes through the gum. In many ways, dental implants function like natural teeth.



Is that specialty of dentistry wich encompasses the prevention, diagnosis and treatments of diseases of the supporting and surrounding tissues of the teeth or their substitutes and the maintenance of the health, function and esthetics of these structures and tissues; and the replacement   of loft teeth and supporting structures by grafting or implantation of natural and synthetic devices and materials.


  • Root Scaling and Planing: A non-surgical procedure where the periodontist removes plaque and calculus from the periodontal pocket and around the tooth root and smoothes the root surfaces to promote healing.


  • Oral Plastic Surgery: Periodontal plastic procedures are performed to prevent or correct anatomical, developmental, traumatic or plaque-induced defects of the gingiva, alveolar mucosa or bone. The majority of these procedures are performed in combination with restorative and/or orthodontic therapy, with the primary goal of enhancing esthetics.


  • Crown Lengthening: Clinic crown lengthening procedures can modify the supporting apparatus of the teeth through the judicious surgical removal and reshaping of the soft tissues and/or bone. The desired result is an increase in the length of the clinical crown and a concomitant reduction of gingival exposure.
  • Gingival Recession (Root Coverage): Root exposure resulting from apical recession of the marginal tissues can create esthetic concerns for a patient. As the length of the teeth increase, there is loss of gingival symmetry as well as increased sensitivity, susceptibility to caries, and concern over the retention of the teeth. Restorative coverage of the root can reduce sensitivity or treat caries but cannot decrease the length of the clinical crown, restore the lost periodontal support, or prevent future recession.

Reduce thermal and touch sensitivity, discourage future recession, and improve the esthetics of the area when the grafted tissues blend with the adjacent tissue color, texture, and contour.

  • The Shallow Vestibule: the manner in which the orofacial muscles terminate into the tissues covering the alveolar process has long been if interest to the dental practitioner.

Empirically, it was felt that a shallow vestibule interfered with gingival health and made home care procedures less efficient.

  • Ridge Augmentation: Collapsed ridges can be built up in a variety of ways: soft tissue grafts,21 bone grafts,  guided bone regeneration,  alveolar distraction osteogenesis,24 and combinations of these techniques.
  • Reconstructive Surgery: Procedures to modify bone support altered by periodontal disease, either by reshaping the alveolar process to achieve physiologic form without the removal of alveolar supporting bone or by the removal of some alveolar bone, thus changing the position of the crestal bone relative to the tooth root.


Is the dental specialty pertaining to the diagnosis, treatment planning, rehabilitation and maintenance of the oral function, comfort, appearance and health of patients with clinical conditions associated with missing or deficient teeth and/or oral and maxillofacial tissues using biocompatible substitutes

Low, medium and high complexity prostheses

Odontological treatments can be classified into low, medium and high complexity  according to the treatment required, from simple restorations to complex rehabilitations which affect aesthetics, function, occlusion and articulation.

Porcelain crowns and jackets without. Procera system and others


Nowadays there are state-of-the-art systems that allow the rehabilitation of teeth with jackets, crowns and/or bridges without the need to use metal. As a result, the aesthetic effect is almost as perfect as that of natural teeth. Examples: Procera System, Cerec, etc.

Dental Esthetics


Undoubtedly, the patients’ aesthetic demands have currently become very important and they are at the same level as health and function. That is why we offer the most modern treatments and techniques in to order to meet such demands.

Dental Bleaching


Bleaching is a treatment of natural teeth for whitening effect. There is a wide variety of techniques but the objective is the same.

There are professional teeth whitening  treatments (performed by dentists in their office) such as Zoom System and at home teeth whitening (where bleaching treatments are performed by the patients at home).



"It's called, orthodontics, the dental specialty, dedicated to the prevention and correction of from malpositions teeth, bite, or occlusion between the jaws."

The general dentist, who is usually refers to the person orthodontist. However, it is recommended to children, for an assessment of orthodontics, about 7 years old. The ideal age to begin these treatments is between 10 to 15 years, but orthodontics, may also be occupied by adults.

The myth exists that the orthodontic treatment was only for children and adolescents, no longer exists, this can be done at any age, but may need more than an orthodontic treatment and even surgery may include jaw. ( orthognathic surgery).


What are the reasons for orthodontic treatment?

With a proper orthodontic treatment, can reduce or alleviate the problems of:

- Poorly aligned teeth, crooked or assembled.

- Missing teeth

- More teeth

- Bad bite (or on submordida)

- Mandible in incorrectly or poorly aligned

- Problems of articulation of the jaw.


How many types of frenectomies there?

- Braces or metal brackets and / or ceramic or transparent color of the tooth, attached to the teeth.

- Braces Lingual, affixed to the back of the teeth.

- Braces invisible inserts polymer plastic, a material very thin and transparent.


Care during treatment

To maintain good oral health, we recommend:

-Brush your teeth, in a diligent, after each meal because the food is readily adheres to the aircraft.

Clean-daily with floss or interdental brushes, as specified by the orthodontist, between teeth and dental equipment.

-Limiting the intake of foods containing sugar and starch, because they help to the formation of plaque, damage to teeth and gums.

-Avoid foods to mistime, hard or sticky foods, because they are difficult to remove from dental appliances.

-Make a dental cleaning, with the specialist, every 6 months, or as he indicated.

General Odontology

All the odontological specialities, caries, periodontics, orthodontics, and Prosthodontics are carried out in the odontologist’s office.