Hello everyone! Let me tell you another story of my cute, lady patient. She came to me one day feeling hopeful to improve her smile. She did not like the brownish, jutting out milk tooth and was really conscious of it when she smiles. Like […]
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Razia travelled to Kuala Lumpur for a short 4 days trip with her girlfriend, Nisa. This is her first time travelling without her family members. Her last visit to Malaysia was 16 years ago. She has fallen in love with Malaysia ever since. Hence, she […]
Fiqa is a bubbly, young mother of one. Her work requires her to meet a lot of people. She went to see me as she felt the need to change her uneven smile.
She had an orthodontic treatment done previously. However, she noticed her upper central incisor keep drifting downwards.
As a result of the unwanted movement, the smile became uneven. She felt really uncomfortable to smile with her teeth seen. This condition had also affected her confidence badly.
After a thorough check up, Fiqa had a localized moderate periodontitis at the associated tooth.
Since the tooth has mobile grade 1, which is considered as good prognosis to treat, I advised her to proceed with root canal treatment (RCT) followed by full porcelain crown to make her smile even again.
Without hesitation, she agreed to my plan and went through RCT treatment and crowning.
Fiqa now could flaunt her smile without any hesitation =).
She not only regained her confidence, the most importantly, she can just totally be herself now.
She scheduled her follow up visit to keep her gum checked regularly to prevent recurrence of the gum disease which was the culprit of the problem.
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Happy New Year 2019 everyone! What is your goal for this year? My goal theme for this year is to be HEALTHY! Yes, healthy in all aspects including physically, mentally, spiritually and financially. We often heard that health is wealth right. In my opinion, when […]
Kimi had an accident many years ago. As a result, her 2 upper front teeth was broken and became non vital (death of the nerve and blood vessel in the tooth). In layman explanation, the teeth had died due to the strong impact of the […]