Lumineers (Prep-less Veneers)

Porcelain veneers are often an ideal way to correct aesthetic imperfections and defects in teeth that have not sustained major structural damage. Where others have failed, Veneers succeed! Veneers are used to conceal chipped, worn, stained, or misaligned teeth, giving you a beautiful, natural-looking smile.

Porcelain veneers are thin shells (as thin as a contact lens!) constructed out of porcelain to match your teeth. They are then permanently bonded to the front surfaces of your dentition. During the initial porcelain veneers appointment, the tooth is prepared by filing off a thin layer of tooth enamel (approximately 0.3-0.7mm), this is done to create room for the veneer. Then, the dentist makes a precise impression of the patient’s tooth, which he sends to a state-of-the-art dental laboratory where a customized veneer is generated using the mold. During the second appointment, the dentist bonds the veneer to the tooth and adjusts the veneer so that it looks and feels completely natural.

These Porcelain Lumineers and Prep-less Veneers are quite similar to veneers, except that they are thinner and completely prep-less! Almost No tooth structure is removed during the procedure at all, an impression is taken of your teeth and they are fabricated to fit right on top of your teeth without the need for tooth structure removal.

If your smile is blemished by minor imperfections, porcelain veneers or lumineers may offer the subtle aesthetics you have been longing for! Get in touch with us and get a quote on the dental veneer cost

Whitening (ZOOM / Laser)

Unlike bleaching of teeth, Zoom! whitening is an in-office laser teeth whitening system that lightens discoloured teeth. It provides you with a bright, sparkling, white smile in around an hour! This makes it faster than all over-the-counter and take-home whitening kits combined! – What makes Zoom! different? The answer is simple; it gives you teeth up to 8 shades whiter in about an hour! Moreover, it is safe, simple and gives you with a whiter smile.


-Getting ready to Zoom!

The procedure is simple and painless, and, it requires minimal efforts on your behalf. Say goodbye to wearing whitening trays for days on end, Zoom! gives you immediate results. You can even get it done in your lunch hour!

-The procedure:

-We recommend that you get your teeth deep cleaned prior to the Zoom! whitening session for optimal results. You can do it a day ahead (it usually takes 30 minutes to an hour) or right before you Zoom!

-We start with a short preparation to isolate your lips and gums.

-Then, the Zoom! whitening Gel, which is light activated, is placed onto your teeth. The next step is shedding a specially desgined light activation device onto your teeth.

-Whitening is done in an hour, divided into 15 minute intervals for your comfort. All you have to do is sit back, relax, and, an hour later, enjoy whiter teeth!

-How Zoom! works

Zoom! is a light activated gel, developed as a result of years of research by Discus Dental; the leaders in take-home tooth whitening worldwide. The gel consists of a PH balanced hydrogen peroxide formulation, which, when activated by light, penetrates into the layers of the tooth removing intrinsic stains and whitening the teeth.


ZOOM! FAQs: Answers:
What causes tooth discolouration? Causes of tooth discolouration vary from the simple process of ageing to the consumption of coloured food and beverages (Ex: coffee, tea, tobacco,etc.). During tooth formation, the consumption of certain medications or large doses of fluoride also may contribute to tooth discoloration.
Is whitening safe? Yes, based upon many recent researches and clinical studies, tooth whitening done under the supervision of a dentist is safe. In fact, it might as well be the safest cosmetic dental procedure there is! Nevertheless, as with any whitening product, Zoom! is not recommended for children under 13 years of age.
Who may benefit from tooth whitening? Almost anyone! However, results vary from one individual to the other according to many factors. To assess whether you are a viable candidate for tooth whitening and get an estimate of its effectivity, please consult a dentist as a thorough oral examination is required.
What does a patient experience during the Zoom! procedure? During the procedure, patients sit comfortably either watching television or listening to music, some even fall asleep! however, patients with a strong gag reflex or difficulties breathing may have hard time undergoing the entire procedure. That is why the procedure is broken down into four, 15 minute intervals as opposed to the full hour back to back.
How is light exposure controlled? The Zoom! light is practically safe, it can be simply explained as concentrated sunlight. The procedure requires that all soft tissues are completely isolated and covered. The clinician is required to check and maintain this isolation. Protective eyewear is required throughout the procedure to prevent retinal damage. Light sensitive individuals including those undergoing PUVA therapy (Psoralen+UV Radiation) or other photo-chemotherapy, as well as patients with melanoma, should not undergo the ZOOM! ™ in-office procedure. Also, patients taking any light sensitive drugs or substances, whether over-the-counter, prescription or homeopathic, should consult their primary physician prior to procedure.
Are there any side effects? Sensitivity during the treatment may occur with some patients. The ZOOM! ™ light generates minimal heat, which is the usual source for discomfort. On occasion, minor tingling sensations or minimal post operative pain may occur in the 8 hours following the procedure, these are usually resolved by taking a mild analgesic, although many individuals do not usually require it.
How long do the results last? If proper post operative care measures are followed, and a yearly touch-up, your whiter smile will sparkle for years!

Home Whitening Kits

Home whitening is a less expensive alternative to in-office teeth whitening, in which dentist-issued semi-professional whitening kits are given to the patient (with strict and thorough instructions from the dentist as regards usage, duration and effectivity) and the whitening procedure is done at home by the patient. After which, the patient returns for a check-up and shade assessment. These kits differ greatly to the over-the-counter ones in terms of active ingredient, its concentration, application and activation. There are several kits, some light activated (more effective) and some contain different active ingredients. Needless to say, the results are less dazzling than the ones ZOOM! provide, however, many patients reported great satisfaction with its results. Ask your dentist about the home whitening kits available.

Ceramic (Porcelain/Zirconium) Crowns

Porcelain crowns are endorsed for the purpose of resolving smile imperfections and the refurbishment of the fundamental integrity of a rigorously damaged, decayed, or cracked tooth / teeth. A crown is a porcelain cap intended to shelter the entire tooth. In addition to its aesthetic rewards, a crown can meritoriously reinforce the tooth and reconstitute the tooth’s original silhouette.

Porcelain crowns are accomplished within a few easy appointments. The procedure unfolds as follows; an apt amount of the tooth structure is removed (1-2 mm only) to make room for the crown. An imprint is made of the now reduced tooth and sent to a state-of-the-art dental laboratory. A provisional crown is placed onto the tooth while the patient awaits their permanent crown. When the crown is manufactured, the patient returns, and the temporary crown is substituted for the permanent one. Before the crown is cemented into place, it is attuned to ensure that the bite aligns correctly and that the crown provides a natural feel.

Tooth Gems

In Cosmetic Dentistry, tooth gems are tooth beautifying accessories made of gold, silver, zircons, gems and even diamonds which are bonded to the tooth surface temporary or permanent. They are usually bonded to upper anterior teeth. Different types of tooth gems exist, they constitute different shapes, sizes and structures, some of which require a minute preparation on the tooth surface while others can be bonded at once. Ask your dentist about tooth gems now!

Snap-on Smile

Snap-On-Smile is a patented, simple and painless way to attain a gorgeous smile. It was designed by a dentist who comprehended that not every person can afford to invest thousands of dollars in a Hollywood smile make-over. It is viewed as a substitute to Veneering, Whitening, Crowning, etc as aesthetic resolutions; it does not substitute the need for them for therapeutically. As thin and easy to wear as it is sturdy, this Snap Smile option promises an instant smile makeover giving you a beautiful natural look. You can even eat and drink with them on! It is low maintenance and can be perceived as a temporary or perpetual cosmetic solution. Its obtainable for both your upper and lower teeth and fits right over your own teeth, rendering you a stunning, natural looking smile regardless of whether or not your teeth are stained, chipped or even partially missing!

It is simple, painless, low maintenance, affordable and just a few steps away! Ask your dentist about Snap-On-Smile for you today!

Dental Laser

Our Dental Laser Device is integrated in fixing your SMILE! The Services We Offer are Gum Depigmentation (Removal of Gum Stains), Gingival Recontouring (Fixing a Gummy Smile), Whitening, Crown Lengthening (For Short Teeth), Root Canal Disinfection, and Pocket Disinfection (Relieve Gum Pain).

Gum Depigmentation

Gum Depigmentation is a procedure in cosmetic dentistry used to remove dark spots on the gums. While the normal color of the tissue is pale pink, an abnormally high amount of melanin can cause the appearance of dark spots and stains on the tissue. This discoloration can affect your smile and lead to a low self-esteem.

In these cases Laser Gum Depigmentation is an appropriate option. During treatment, the periodontist uses a laser to bleach the gums, removing pigmentation from the treating area.

Gingevectomy

What is Gingevectomy? It is a procedure to treat your gummy smile, during which part of the gingiva (gum) is being removed around the teeth in order to treat gum disease or for cosmetic issues (to extend the height or width of the teeth).

Led by the best cosmetic dentist at Helio Dental Clinic, the surgery is carried out by giving a local anesthetic after which a laser is used to remove loose gum tissue.

You can return to your normal activities after the anesthetic wears off. It usually takes up to few days for the gums to heal.

Chat with us, Call or Book an Appointment to get advice about the choice most suitable for you.

Lumineers (Prep-less Veneers)

Porcelain veneers are often an ideal way to correct aesthetic imperfections and defects in teeth that have not sustained major structural damage. Where others have failed, Veneers succeed! Veneers are used to conceal chipped, worn, stained, or misaligned teeth, giving you a beautiful, natural-looking smile.

Porcelain veneers are thin shells (as thin as a contact lens!) constructed out of porcelain to match your teeth. They are then permanently bonded to the front surfaces of your dentition. During the initial porcelain veneers appointment, the tooth is prepared by filing off a thin layer of tooth enamel (approximately 0.3-0.7mm), this is done to create room for the veneer. Then, the dentist makes a precise impression of the patient’s tooth, which he sends to a state-of-the-art dental laboratory where a customized veneer is generated using the mold. During the second appointment, the dentist bonds the veneer to the tooth and adjusts the veneer so that it looks and feels completely natural.

These Porcelain Lumineers and Prep-less Veneers are quite similar to veneers, except that they are thinner and completely prep-less! Almost No tooth structure is removed during the procedure at all, an impression is taken of your teeth and they are fabricated to fit right on top of your teeth without the need for tooth structure removal.

If your smile is blemished by minor imperfections, porcelain veneers or lumineers may offer the subtle aesthetics you have been longing for! Get in touch with us and get a quote on the dental veneer cost

Whitening (ZOOM / Laser)

Unlike bleaching of teeth, Zoom! whitening is an in-office laser teeth whitening system that lightens discoloured teeth. It provides you with a bright, sparkling, white smile in around an hour! This makes it faster than all over-the-counter and take-home whitening kits combined! – What makes Zoom! different? The answer is simple; it gives you teeth up to 8 shades whiter in about an hour! Moreover, it is safe, simple and gives you with a whiter smile.


-Getting ready to Zoom!

The procedure is simple and painless, and, it requires minimal efforts on your behalf. Say goodbye to wearing whitening trays for days on end, Zoom! gives you immediate results. You can even get it done in your lunch hour!

-The procedure:

-We recommend that you get your teeth deep cleaned prior to the Zoom! whitening session for optimal results. You can do it a day ahead (it usually takes 30 minutes to an hour) or right before you Zoom!

-We start with a short preparation to isolate your lips and gums.

-Then, the Zoom! whitening Gel, which is light activated, is placed onto your teeth. The next step is shedding a specially desgined light activation device onto your teeth.

-Whitening is done in an hour, divided into 15 minute intervals for your comfort. All you have to do is sit back, relax, and, an hour later, enjoy whiter teeth!

-How Zoom! works

Zoom! is a light activated gel, developed as a result of years of research by Discus Dental; the leaders in take-home tooth whitening worldwide. The gel consists of a PH balanced hydrogen peroxide formulation, which, when activated by light, penetrates into the layers of the tooth removing intrinsic stains and whitening the teeth.


ZOOM! FAQs: Answers:
What causes tooth discolouration? Causes of tooth discolouration vary from the simple process of ageing to the consumption of coloured food and beverages (Ex: coffee, tea, tobacco,etc.). During tooth formation, the consumption of certain medications or large doses of fluoride also may contribute to tooth discoloration.
Is whitening safe? Yes, based upon many recent researches and clinical studies, tooth whitening done under the supervision of a dentist is safe. In fact, it might as well be the safest cosmetic dental procedure there is! Nevertheless, as with any whitening product, Zoom! is not recommended for children under 13 years of age.
Who may benefit from tooth whitening? Almost anyone! However, results vary from one individual to the other according to many factors. To assess whether you are a viable candidate for tooth whitening and get an estimate of its effectivity, please consult a dentist as a thorough oral examination is required.
What does a patient experience during the Zoom! procedure? During the procedure, patients sit comfortably either watching television or listening to music, some even fall asleep! however, patients with a strong gag reflex or difficulties breathing may have hard time undergoing the entire procedure. That is why the procedure is broken down into four, 15 minute intervals as opposed to the full hour back to back.
How is light exposure controlled? The Zoom! light is practically safe, it can be simply explained as concentrated sunlight. The procedure requires that all soft tissues are completely isolated and covered. The clinician is required to check and maintain this isolation. Protective eyewear is required throughout the procedure to prevent retinal damage. Light sensitive individuals including those undergoing PUVA therapy (Psoralen+UV Radiation) or other photo-chemotherapy, as well as patients with melanoma, should not undergo the ZOOM! ™ in-office procedure. Also, patients taking any light sensitive drugs or substances, whether over-the-counter, prescription or homeopathic, should consult their primary physician prior to procedure.
Are there any side effects? Sensitivity during the treatment may occur with some patients. The ZOOM! ™ light generates minimal heat, which is the usual source for discomfort. On occasion, minor tingling sensations or minimal post operative pain may occur in the 8 hours following the procedure, these are usually resolved by taking a mild analgesic, although many individuals do not usually require it.
How long do the results last? If proper post operative care measures are followed, and a yearly touch-up, your whiter smile will sparkle for years!

Home Whitening Kits

Home whitening is a less expensive alternative to in-office teeth whitening, in which dentist-issued semi-professional whitening kits are given to the patient (with strict and thorough instructions from the dentist as regards usage, duration and effectivity) and the whitening procedure is done at home by the patient. After which, the patient returns for a check-up and shade assessment. These kits differ greatly to the over-the-counter ones in terms of active ingredient, its concentration, application and activation. There are several kits, some light activated (more effective) and some contain different active ingredients. Needless to say, the results are less dazzling than the ones ZOOM! provide, however, many patients reported great satisfaction with its results. Ask your dentist about the home whitening kits available.

Ceramic (Porcelain/Zirconium) Crowns

Porcelain crowns are endorsed for the purpose of resolving smile imperfections and the refurbishment of the fundamental integrity of a rigorously damaged, decayed, or cracked tooth / teeth. A crown is a porcelain cap intended to shelter the entire tooth. In addition to its aesthetic rewards, a crown can meritoriously reinforce the tooth and reconstitute the tooth’s original silhouette.

Porcelain crowns are accomplished within a few easy appointments. The procedure unfolds as follows; an apt amount of the tooth structure is removed (1-2 mm only) to make room for the crown. An imprint is made of the now reduced tooth and sent to a state-of-the-art dental laboratory. A provisional crown is placed onto the tooth while the patient awaits their permanent crown. When the crown is manufactured, the patient returns, and the temporary crown is substituted for the permanent one. Before the crown is cemented into place, it is attuned to ensure that the bite aligns correctly and that the crown provides a natural feel.

Tooth Gems

In Cosmetic Dentistry, tooth gems are tooth beautifying accessories made of gold, silver, zircons, gems and even diamonds which are bonded to the tooth surface temporary or permanent. They are usually bonded to upper anterior teeth. Different types of tooth gems exist, they constitute different shapes, sizes and structures, some of which require a minute preparation on the tooth surface while others can be bonded at once. Ask your dentist about tooth gems now!

Snap-on Smile

Snap-On-Smile is a patented, simple and painless way to attain a gorgeous smile. It was designed by a dentist who comprehended that not every person can afford to invest thousands of dollars in a Hollywood smile make-over. It is viewed as a substitute to Veneering, Whitening, Crowning, etc as aesthetic resolutions; it does not substitute the need for them for therapeutically. As thin and easy to wear as it is sturdy, this Snap Smile option promises an instant smile makeover giving you a beautiful natural look. You can even eat and drink with them on! It is low maintenance and can be perceived as a temporary or perpetual cosmetic solution. Its obtainable for both your upper and lower teeth and fits right over your own teeth, rendering you a stunning, natural looking smile regardless of whether or not your teeth are stained, chipped or even partially missing!

It is simple, painless, low maintenance, affordable and just a few steps away! Ask your dentist about Snap-On-Smile for you today!

Dental Laser

Our Dental Laser Device is integrated in fixing your SMILE! The Services We Offer are Gum Depigmentation (Removal of Gum Stains), Gingival Recontouring (Fixing a Gummy Smile), Whitening, Crown Lengthening (For Short Teeth), Root Canal Disinfection, and Pocket Disinfection (Relieve Gum Pain).

Gum Depigmentation

Gum Depigmentation is a procedure in cosmetic dentistry used to remove dark spots on the gums. While the normal color of the tissue is pale pink, an abnormally high amount of melanin can cause the appearance of dark spots and stains on the tissue. This discoloration can affect your smile and lead to a low self-esteem.

In these cases Laser Gum Depigmentation is an appropriate option. During treatment, the periodontist uses a laser to bleach the gums, removing pigmentation from the treating area.

Gingevectomy

What is Gingevectomy? It is a procedure to treat your gummy smile, during which part of the gingiva (gum) is being removed around the teeth in order to treat gum disease or for cosmetic issues (to extend the height or width of the teeth).

Led by the best cosmetic dentist at Helio Dental Clinic, the surgery is carried out by giving a local anesthetic after which a laser is used to remove loose gum tissue.

You can return to your normal activities after the anesthetic wears off. It usually takes up to few days for the gums to heal.

Chat with us, Call or Book an Appointment to get advice about the choice most suitable for you.

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