Rehabilitative
Dentistry


It has become necessary to create new techniques that reduce, or even eliminate, the need to sacrifice healthy teeth structures and deliver far superior aesthetic results that can last a lifetime with minimal upkeep.

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AESTHETICALLY DRIVEN REHABILITATIVE DENTISTRY

Reconstruction, rehabilitation and restoration are terms often used interchangeably to describe the process of rebuilding or simultaneously restoring the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. There are a number of procedures that will repair damaged teeth, giving you a healthy smile that will last for years!

Here you can see a stunning restoration performed by Dr. J.J. Serfontein - the patient can talk and chew more comfortably, has improved facial structure and has eliminated pain from cracked teeth.

Implants

Dental implants are commonly used to replace lost teeth, but will also stimulate the healthy bone density in the jaw and reduce the risk of further tooth loss.

The implant treatment straightens the jaw bone, improves the facial integrity and prevent neighboring teeth from shifting around.

Orthodontics

Straight teeth provide more than just an appealing smile. There are a number of health benefits that orthodontic care can provide. Misaligned teeth are harder to keep clean, and create stress on the chewing muscles, which leads to pain in the head, neck shoulders, and back. Choosing orthodontic support could drastically reduce pain, and prevent oral disease.

Crowns and bridges

Crowns are usually used to restore damaged teeth and bridges are used to replace lost teeth. They also have many preventative benefits - they improve alignment, strengthen the tooth structures, and prevent further damage to the teeth and jaw - including bone loss, decay and shifting.

Veneers

Porcelain Veneers yield beautiful results - the aesthetic benefits alone are well worth it but the added functional benefits add the icing to the cake. Veneers strengthen vulnerable teeth, improve alignment, prevent damage and decay and last for years with little maintenance. A healthy smile could not be easier to achieve.

DR. J.J. SERFONTEIN

Dr. Serfontein is a member of the following organisations:
Serves on the executive committee of SAAAD (South African Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry)
Certified member of DSD (Digital Smile Design)
Member of ESCD (European Society of Cosmetic Dentistry)
Member of HPCSA (Health Professions Council of South Africa)
Member of SADA (South African Dental Association)
Member of ITI (International Team of Implantology).