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University Dental Cluster

Common Conditions:

Broken-down/Missing Teeth

Discoloured Teeth

Children’s Dental Problem

Facial pain and Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD)

Crooked Teeth, Improper Bite and Disproportionate Jaw Position

Gum Disease

Damaged Tooth Surface

Impacted/Wisdom teeth

Dentofacial Deformity

Maxillofacial Injuries

Dental Decay

Oral Disease and Oral Cancer

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Missing Teeth – Partial and Full Denture

Teeth can be lost as a result of dental decay, gum disease and dental trauma. The condition of missing one or more teeth is called edentulism.

Missing teeth can be replaced in a number of ways including dentures, bridges or implants.

Dental implants are artificial tooth root replacements and are used to support restorations that resemble a tooth or group of teeth.

The dentist will assess the individual situation and recommend the appropriate restoration for you.