Pwede ba magpa-Brace

Ayumi Ann : Hi. I would just like to ask po na can I have braces if my 2 lower molars are gone?

Ask the Dentist : Yes. Read these articles for more info about braces:

Braces FAQ

Crown Lengthening

Crown Lengthening can help improve your smile by exposing more of the natural tooth, or by evening out your gum line to create a less “gummy” smile. Crown lengthening can give you the confidence to smile again.

Crown LengtheningCrown Lengthening can help improve your smile by exposing more of the natural tooth, or by evening out your gum line to create a less "gummy" smile. Crown lengthening can give you the confidence to smile again.

Posted by Advanced Dentistry PH on Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Magkano ang RCT

Xue : Good evening po! Tungkol po dun sa tanong ko ano po bang gamot para mawala yung pamamaga ng ipin? Okay lang po ba magpabunot kapag maga ito? Thanks.

Quezon City Dentist : IpaRCT mo. Read:

Xue : how much po ang paRCT? magkano po ang price nya kbabaan. sorry po sa abala.

Quezon City Dentist : Depende sa ngipin. Masasabi sayo kung magkano kapag nakita na. Magpasched ka ng check up kung gusto mo:
Advanced Dentistry PH
0927 984 8895
#75 15th Avenue cor. Main Avenue
1101 Cubao, Quezon City

Magkano ang Apicoectomy

Vehnise : Ho doc. Nasa magkano po ang apicoectomy pag sa lateral po?

Tnx po sa pag sagot

Quezon City Dentist : Kailangan munang makita ang ngipin at x ray mo para malaman kung magkano. Bisita ka sa clinic.

Surgery 101: Rationale behind wisdom tooth removal

The third molars aka “wisdom teeth” begin to develop in the back of the mouth, behind the other two sets of molars. They continue to develop. when there is not enough room for a wisdom tooth to fully emerge, it is called “impacted.” 9 out of 10 people have at least one impacted wisdom tooth. The third molars continue to grow. We recommend they be evaluated by the time a patient is a young adult. If impacted teeth are left in the mouth, they can damage adjacent teeth or become infected.

It’s easier to remove wisdom teeth when a patient is younger, since roots are not completely formed, surrounding bone is softer, and there is less change of damaging nearby nerves.

When to see a dentist

You should make an appointment to see your dentist if you’re experiencing severe pain or discomfort from your wisdom teeth. We will check your teeth and advise you on whether they need to be removed.

Removal of wisdom teeth.

Removal of wisdom teeth.

Why are wisdom teeth removed?

Your wisdom teeth don’t usually need to be removed if they’re impacted but aren’t causing any problems. This is because there’s no proven benefit of doing this and it carries the risk of complications.

Sometimes, wisdom teeth that have become impacted or haven’t fully broken through the surface of the gum can cause dental problems. Food and bacteria can get trapped around the edge of the wisdom teeth, causing a build-up of plaque, which can lead to:

I. tooth decay (dental caries) – this develops when plaque begins to break down the surface of your tooth. When tooth decay becomes more advanced, it leaves holes (cavities) in the tooth, which can affect the surrounding teeth.
II. gum disease (also called gingivitis or periodontal disease) – this occurs when plaque releases toxins (poisons) that irritate your gums, making them red, swollen and painful. Gum disease can also affect the surrounding teeth and the bone around the wisdom teeth.
III. pericoronitis – when plaque causes an infection of the soft tissue that surrounds the tooth.
IV. cellulitis – a bacterial infection in the cheek, tongue or throat.
V. abscess – when pus collects in your wisdom teeth or the surrounding tissue due to a bacterial infection.
VI. cysts and benign growths – very rarely, a wisdom tooth that hasn’t cut through the gum develops a cyst (a fluid-filled swelling).

Many of these problems can be treated with treatment such as antibiotics and antiseptic mouthwash, so removing your wisdom teeth is only recommended when other treatment hasn’t worked.

Need to consult with us? Call us at 0927-984-8895.
Quezon City Dentist

6 reasons why you need a dental crown

Do you need a crown?

6 reasons why you need a dental crown:
1. Cosmetics
2. Protect a weak tooth from breaking
3. To replace large fillings
4. Fractured teeth
5. Trauma
6. After root canal treatment
7. Replace old crown

Contact us today at 0927-984-8895 to schedule for crown consultation or crown appointment. Visit our website to know other dental services we do at our office:

Dental Crowns

Dental Crowns

All Porcelain Crown

All Porcelain Crown has both high strength and excellent esthetics. The translucency of this porcelain allows the light pass through the restoration to the tooth, thus black margin around gum area (which is common among metal ceramic restorations) is avoided.

Interested in restoring your broken, chipped or decaying teeth? Then call us at 0927-984-8895 to schedule for an appointment.
For more information about our various procedures please visit

All Porcelain Crowns

All Porcelain Crowns

Sinus Lift

A key to implant success is the quantity and quality of the bone where the implant is to be placed. The upper back jaw has traditionally been one of the most difficult areas to successfully place dental implants due to insufficient bone quantity and quality and the close proximity to the sinus. If you’ve lost bone in that area due to reasons such as periodontal disease or tooth loss, you may be left without enough bone to place implants.

Sinus lift surgery can help correct this problem by raising the sinus floor and developing bone for the placement of dental implants.

Undergoing sinus lift surgery has been shown to greatly increase your chances for successful implants that can last for years to come. Many patients experience minimal discomfort during this procedure.

Schedule for an implant consultation with us. Call or message us at 0927-974-8895.

Sinus Lift in Quezon City