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- Member Address: 54 PAYNA ST. PROJECT 7, VETERANS VILLAGE Q.C., Quezon City, Metro Manila
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YOUR WAY TO A BETTER, BRIGHTER SMILE....
ST. JUDITH DENTAL CLINIC
WE HAVE A GREAT PACKAGE,
GREAT OFFER and VERY AFFORDABLE DENTAL
CHARGES FOR THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:
ORTHODONTIC BRACES /
SELF-LIGATING & CERAMIC BRACES
PORCELAIN (fused to metal) / ALL PORCELAIN, TILITE / PLASTIC JACKET CROWNS (free cleaning for jacket crowns)
ROOT CANAL THERAPY
RESTORATIONS / FILLINGS (PASTA)
TOOTH EXTRACTION (bunot)
ORAL PROPHYLAXIS (CLEANING) - A must to avoid cavities or tooth decay, tartar, plaques) at least every 6 mos.
DENTURE - PORCELAIN, PLASTIC, FLEXIBLE DENTURE (PUSTISO)
BLEACHING/WHITENING - "Free cleaning, 2 Fillings"
ACTUAL PHOTOS DURING INSTALLATION
"Traditional Metal Braces"
"Ceramic Braces - Actual Installation"
"Self Ligating Braces - Actual Installation"
"Porcelain Fused to Metal Jacket Crown - FIXED BRIDGE - Actual Shots taken during installation"
"Teeth Bleaching / Whitening"
FEW TESTIMONIES FROM OUR VALUED PATIENTS LOCAL AND ABROAD
January 25, 2010 08:57AM
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Doc. anne salamat sa pag asikaso sa amin. super accomodate po kame sa clinic at super discount pa. balik po kame dyan. slamat po
hello dra. anne,
how are u and your husband? i hope everything are okay.
first, i would like to thank you for your great service last december (if you can still remember me, he,he)
a friend of mine, sam and celia, will come to visit your dental clinic next week. they will ring you first for appointment.
and i refer you to a lot of friends here in australia. maybe someday they come and visit you.
again, thank you and have a nice day!
roy and jet
hello dra.ann salamat po ng marami... ok na ok na ako n ngyn... ty s discount and good service... ty din kay s'marco sarap lagi kwentuhan namin... i'll be back soon... see yah
Hi Dra. I just want to thank you po for the great and affordable service that you provided. I'm very satisfied po with your work and I'll gladly come back po sa clinic nyo..Super recommended ko po kayo dito sa amin sa Pasig...Kumusta po ke Kuya Marco balik po ako jan next month for cleaning and adjustment ng retainer...God bless po....Thanks again Dra.....
St. Judith Clinic is the best clinic in town! Am from the east side province of Rizal. Though travelling to and fro the clinic is hard but because I have seen the major development of my teeth it keeps me going. Now I can face my customers with confidence and have exceeded my target goals at the job. St. Judith Clinic defines what excellent service is plus affordable fees with flexible terms surely wowed customers like me very much. Thank you Doc Anne
STJUDITHDENTALCLINIC sent on October 7, 2010 03:02PM
I Hope everything is well with you. I would like to thank you for the positive comment you have posted in my account at sulit.
Thank you very much...
See you in your next visit to my clinic.
Hi Doc Anne,
Ok lang Doc I saw kasi since the last time I have visited your clinic may improvement naman talaga and am very happy naman with the results in spite of my busy sched. Sencya na kung madalas di na ko nakakapag text for an appointment. As a satisfied client din pala I saw in sulit din that there are dental clinic na parang tiangge best price karamihan medyo doubtful lang ako what service are they going to give to their clients. This is to warn future clients din that not all bargain service will guarantee results.
Thank you so much for the job well done and for all the discounts you have given to me. im very happy and satisfied with my fixed bridge. hopefully, i can comeback soon for my other concerns.
Two thumbs up for you.. youre such a nice and pretty doctor. sobrang gaan pa ng kamay
Very recommended dentist.. you'll never go wrong with her
Ms Donna :)
Hi, Doc. Epey here.^^ Just wanna thank you for being so nice.
Apple is doing well. Ang ingay2 n'ya na ulit,
parang hindi binunutan ng dalawang 'ipin, hahaha!
Sabi n'ya super gaan daw ng kamay n'yo,
ni hindi n'ya daw naramadaman na tapos na.^^
See you on the 16th.
Salamat sa uber big discount.
for this pretty Doc.
You're beautiful inside and out.^^
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The Process of Getting Braces
Dental Braces Care – The Initial Consultation
The process of getting involves an orthodontic evaluation to determine if braces are suitable for you.
Moving and correcting the alignment of the teeth follows same biological and physical process no matter what the age. However, because an adult mouth must overcome already positioned facial bones and jaw structure, adults may require an additional type of types of orthodontic treatment. In most cases, the ideal age for braces and other orthodontic treatments, is between 11 and 14 years of age. But, people of any age can benefit from orthodontic treatment.
A consultation is held with the orthodontist as he visually inspects the teeth of the patient. If braces are suitable for the patient, a records appointment is setup. A record appointment involves making X-rays, molds, and impressions of the patient. These records are analyzed to determine the problems and to develop a proper course of action. Typical treatment times vary from six months to six years. This is dependent upon the complexity of the case. In extreme cases, surgery may be required in the course of treatment.
Patients with periodontal disease usually must obtain periodontal treatment before getting braces. A deep cleaning is performed, and further treatment may be required before beginning orthodontic treatment. Bone loss due to periodontal disease may lead to tooth loss during treatment.
Dental Braces Care – Moving Forward
If all is well, then begins the process for dental braces. An etchant is applied to each tooth that will need to be braced. Etching the tooth helps the cement to bond to the surface of the tooth. A bracket is then applied to the cement, and then cured with light until hardened.
The process usually takes a few seconds for each tooth. If necessary, orthodontic spacers are inserted between the molars to make room for molar bands. Molar bands are placed at a later date. These bands are required to ensure that the brackets will hold. Molar bands are also used when dental fillings or other dental work prevent a bracket from being secured to a tooth.
After the teeth are secured with the bracket, archwire is threaded between the brackets and blinded with elastic or metal ligatures. Nickel-titanium archwires and temperature-sensitive materials are the most frequently used by orthodontists. This is because when nickel-titanium archwire is cold, it is limp and flexible. This allows for it to be easily threaded between brackets. Once it is heated to body temperature, the archwire stiffens and seek to stiffen and retain its shape, creating a constant force on the teeth.
Elastics are then used to close open bites, shift the midline, or create a stronger force to pull teeth or jaws in the desired direction. If necessary, brackets with hooks can be created, placed, and affixed to the archwire, which is then affixed to the elastic. Because the placement and configuration of the elastics varies from patient to patient, elastics are made in different diameters, sizes, and strengths.
In mnay cases, due to insufficient space in the mouth for all the teeth to fit properly, two procedures may be used. One is extracting the teeth to create more space – the other is expansion. Expansion involves enlarging either the palate or arch using an expander. The expansion procedure is used with both children and adults. But, because the bones of adults are joined, or fused to the arch, surgery is often necessary to expand the palate. Surgery is not required to expand the arch for an adult patient.
Dental Braces Care Post-Treatment
After the braces have been removed, a retainer is used to keep the teeth in their new position. Some fiberotomy is designed to remove the gingival fibers around a tooth. This procedure usually reduces the tendency for relapse of the tooth.
Retainers are usually worn by patients once treatment with the braces is complete. Retainers maintain the teeth while the surrounding bone reforms around them. Retainers are generally worn full-time for a short period, perhaps 6 months to a year, and then worn periodically, typically nightly during sleep, for as long as the orthodontist recommends. If a patient does not wear the retainer as recommended, the teeth might move back to their original position.
While it is possible for the teeth to stay aligned without regular retainer wear, there are many reasons teeth will crown as a person ages. For this reason, many orthodontists recommend periodic retainer wear for many years, or indefinitely, after orthodontic treatment. The three most popular retainers used in dental braces care are the Hawley retainer, the Essix retainer and a Fixed retainer.
Dental Braces Care – Pre-Finishers
If a person’s teeth are not ready for a proper retainer, the orthodontist may prescribe the use of a pre-finisher. A pre-finisher is a rubber appliance that is similar to a mouthguard. If fixes minor problems that a dental brace cannot such as gaps between the teeth and small spaces between the upper and lower jaw.
The pre-finisher is molded to the patient’s teeth using strong pressure by the patient’s jaw. It is worn for a prescribed period of time. The patient will apply force with the pre-finisher in their mouth for ten to fifteen seconds at a time. The goal is to steadily increase the time the patient spends applying force to the pre-finisher. Similar to a retainer, the pre-finisher can be moved freely in and out of the mouth.
Dental Braces Care – Developing Good Habits
Sports and other Physical Activities
Participating in physical sports and eating certain foods will damage your dental braces and prolong your orthodontic treatment. As a reminder, wear a mouth guard when playing physical sports such as hockey, football and tumbling exercises. Avoid sticky and hard foods, and limit your starch and sugar intake when wearing dental braces. Case and awareness of what you do and eat will result in good dental braces care.
Candy and foods that are sticky and chewy, or hard and crunchy, create the biggest dental braces care problems for kids and adults wering braces or retainers.
Hard foods should be avoided since they can bend the wires, loosen the bands, or break the brackets. Sticky foods such as gum, toffee and caramel shold be avoided since they can bend and break the wires and brackets. Foods high in sugar should also be avoided, since sugar increases the chances of tooth decay. These things can damage your braces and lengthen treatment time.
Oral Hygiene Care For Braces
Brushing and flossing daily and having a professional cleaning performed every six months will promote optimal dental braces care.
It is very important to also clean your braces every time you brush your teeth. Braces can trap plaque which increases your risk of cavities and gum disease. After brushing your teetch, finish the process by cleaning around your braces.
Brush gently, first from the top and then from the bottom the dental braces. Care should be given not to break or bend any of the brackets or wires.
Don’t forget to brush your gums as well as your teeth. After brushing, be sure and look at your teeth very thoroughly in the mirror to make sure you have gotten rid of all the plaque on your teeth.
If you are unable to brush after a meal, be sure to do a good mouthwash rinse with water.
Flossing with Dental Braces
Flossing with braces takes more time than usual. Superfloss or floss threaders can aid in flossing, and make it more time efficient. Floss nightly after brushing to remove the plaque missed by brushing during the day. Flossing removes the plaque between your teeth and under your gum line. If you do not floss, you are leaving up to 40% of your tooth surfaces untouched and prone to decay. Use the following technique to floss with dental braces:
Choose a waxed floss and curve the floss around each tooth in a "C" shape.
With dental floss wrapped around the tooth, gently move it up and down the side of each tooth, including under the gumline.
Unroll a new section of dental floss as you move from tooth to tooth.
Carefully pull waxed floss between wire and braces.
Mouth Rinse for Dental Braces
A mouthwash or mouth rinse containing fluoride should also be used to help prevent cavities from occurring. Use a fluoride mouth rinse at least once daily to help reduce the risk of cavities.
Cleaning Dental Retainers
Retainers are often used to hold the teeth in their new position until they are stable. If prescribed by your dentist, it is important to wear the appliance for however long it takes. If you quit at any point during treatment, the teeth can shift back into their old position. Dental retainers ma be cleansed using your toothbrush and toothpaste, and rinse it thoroughly with water.
Dental Braces Care – Dentist Emergency
You may experience pain once the braces are initially installed and find eating to be difficult. This is not uncommon for newly installed dental braces. Care should be given for the first several days – try to eat soft foods to avoid placing additional pressure on your teeth.
In the course of treatment, orthodontic brackets may pop off due to the forces involved or to the cement weakening over time. Please refer to the article on dental emergencies which explains how to administer good dental braces care prior to contacting your orthodontist for immediate care. In many cases, the bracket will be replaced.
Dental Braces Care – Treatment Time
Typical treatment time for orthodontic braces is from six to six years, depending on the individual patient. Two years is usually the average.
PROMO for BRACES!!!
(With the lowest downpayment of P7,000 ONLY!) - Up
and Down - Balance payable in 15mos.
+++ FREE FILLINGS (PASTA) WORTH P1,200
FREE CLEANING, FREE TOOTH EXTRACTION (IF ANY)...AND FREE LIFETIME CHECK-UP/CONSULTATION...
QUALITY & AFFORDABILITY IS OUR MISSION....
""Avail now or be sorry for your teeth...""
Have a brilliant smile...
Don't make your teeth hinder your great smile!!
ST. JUDITH DENTAL CLINIC
#54 PAYNA ST. PROJECT 7, VET. VILL. Q.C.
(Near SM North - Annex)
9:00 am to 7:30 pm- Mon. to Sat.
Sunday - 1pm to 5:30 pm - "We are strictly by appointment"
DRA. ANNE JUDITH C. AQUINO
0928 5057 295 (Smart) / 0915 4833 407 (Globe) / 0923 8697757 (Sun) / 466-5600 - Call or Text for appointment.
Member: Philippine Dental Association (PDA);
Quezon City Dental Chapter
"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction" - Proverbs 1:7
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