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Angel Hands-Dental Center

Angel Hands-Dental Center

Show Phone NumberSanta Margarita #411 Col. del Valle, Mexico City, Mexico City, Mexico, 03100Mexico

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Dentist Consultation
Dental Implants
Braces
Veneers
Teeth Whitening
Dentures
Dental Crowns
Dental Bridges
Extractions
Teeth Cleaning
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About Angel Hands-Dental Center

Treating the health and well being of the patient’s smile is the goal of this clinic in Mexico City in Mexico. The latest products and the newest equipment are used to treat patients and the staff are constantly updating their skills. Services provided at the clinic include aesthetic restorations, crowns, veneers, laminates, implants, teeth whitening, inlays and onlays, fissure sealants, orthodontics using Invisalign braces, gum disease treatments, correction of TMJ problems and prevention of teeth grinding. Overseas patients are treated at the clinic.

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Accreditations

  • ISO Certification - International Organization for Standardization (International) 
  • TÜV Rheinland - Technischer Überwachungsverein Rheinland (International) 

Provides

Dentistry

Premises

Patient bathroom

Clinic Services

Emergency service

Travel Services

Pick up service from hotel - We offer transportation from hotel to Angel Hands- Dental Clinic

Languages spoken

EnglishSpanish

Dentistry

 
Bad Breath Treatment

Several warning signs that can signal a problem:
Gums that bleed easily
Red, swollen, tender gums
Gums that have pulled away from the teeth
Persistent bad breath or bad taste
Permanent teeth that are loose or separating
Any change in the way your teeth fit together when you bite
Any change in the fit of partial dentures

 
Bone Graft
 
Braces
 
Cosmetic Dentist Consultation
 
Dental Bonding
 
Dental Bridges
 
Implant Bridge
 
Maryland Bridge
 
Permanent Bridge
 
PFM Bridge
 
Porcelain Bridge
 
Temporary Bridge
 
Dental Checkup
 
Dental Crowns
A crown (cap) is a restoration that is placed on teeth that have lost a lot of their structure. There are many different types of crowns, full porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, full metal crowns. We will recommend the best treatment for you.  Replace a large filling when there isn´t enough tooth remaining, Protect a week tooth from fracturing, Restore a fractured tooth, Attach a bridge, Cover a poorly shaped tooth, Cover a discolored tooth or Cover a tooth that has had root canal treatment.
 
Gold Crown
 
PFM Crown

A crown (cap) is a restoration that is placed on teeth that have lost a lot of their structure. There are many different types of crowns, full porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, full metal crowns. We will recommend the best treatment for you. Replace a large filling when there isn´t enough tooth remaining, Protect a week tooth from fracturing, Restore a fractured tooth, Attach a bridge, Cover a poorly shaped tooth, Cover a discolored tooth or Cover a tooth that has had root canal treatment.

 
Porcelain Crown
 
Resin Crown
 
Temporary Crown
 
Zirconia Crown
 
Dental Implants
During the last 20 years dental implants have become a great alternative to other methods of replacing missing teeth. Excellent success rates and a variety of available options give dentist many new treat and replace lost teeth. Your dentist will be able to evaluate your case and tell you if you are a candidate for dental implants. Basically, a dental implant is a Titanium based cylinder that replaces the missing tooth root. After a period of time and when the implant is taken other parts will be placed on the implant that enables your dentist to eventually place a crown (cap) on the implant. Implants also can be used to support full or partial dentures. They dramatically improve the denture retention and stability. Most patients with enough amount of bone can have implants, although individual decisions are made between you and your dentist. Usually an x-ray CT-scan is done to determine if you have enough bone to place the implant and also to determine the size and kind of the implant that should be placed.
 
Immediate Implant Placement
 
Restoration of Implants
 
Single Implant
 
Dental Sealant
Sealants are thin layers of resin that are placed on the pits and fissures and grooves of (usually) molars to prevent decay on these surfaces. Majority of decays on back teeth starts on grooves and pits of chewing surfaces, especially during the first few years after their eruption. Sealing these surfaces with composite resins prevents these kinds of decay. Sealants are most effective methods of preventing decays on the surfaces where they are places. Although it is still a possibility that decay may happen on surfaces in between the teeth, sealants significantly reduce the overall chance of having cavities.
 
Dental X-Ray
 
Panoramic Dental X-Ray
 
Traditional Dental X-Ray
 
Dentist Consultation

Includes the following:

- Consultation
- Panoramic x-ray
- Clinical Examination and review of x-ray
- Recommended treatment plan

 
Dentures
 
Acrylic Dentures
 
Dentures Adjustment
 
Fixed Partial Dentures
 
Full Dentures
 
Immediate Dentures
 
Overdentures
 
Denturist Consultation

Includes the following:

- Consultation
- Panoramic x-ray
- Clinic Examination and review of x-ray
- Recommended treatment plan

 
Emergency Dentist Consultation
 
Endodontist Consultation
 
Extractions
 
Non-Surgical Extractions
 
Surgical Extractions
 
Wisdom Tooth Extraction
 
Fillings
 
Amalgam Filling
 
Glass Ionomer Cement Filling
 
Gold Filling
 
Porcelain Filling
 
Root Filling
 
Temporary Filling
 
White Filling
 
Fluoride Therapy
 
General anesthesia for dental treatments
 
Gingivitis Treatment
 
Gum Surgery
 
Gingival Flap Surgery
 
Gum Contouring and Reshaping
 
Soft Tissue Grafts
 
Implant Dentist Consultation
 
Inlay or Onlay
Inlays or Onlays are lab made restorations that are placed on teeth when the cavity or lost tooth structure is too large to be restored by a simple filling. The process of making an Inlay is very similar to a crown. After the tooth is prepared it is cemented or bonded to the tooth. There are different materials that inlays are made of, gold, porcelain and composite resins are among them. Porcelain and composite inlays and onlays are cosmetic alternatives to fillings and are very strong compared to regular white fillings. Gold inlays and Onlays are also a very good alternatives but their appearance has made them less popular. Your dentist will explain to you when an Inlay or Onlay is a good treatment option for you. In general, inlays and onlays can replace most of back teeth fillings and provide a better alternative to conventional filling. At the same time they are more conservative than crowns. As far as the cost is concerned, because the process of making an Inlay or Onlay is similar to a crown, its cost is also comparable. When long term longevity of inlays or Onlays are considered, though, they can end up costing less than traditional fillings.
 
Composite Resin Inlay or Onlay
 
Gold Inlay or Onlay
 
Porcelain Inlay or Onlay
 
Invisalign™
Orthodontic treatment is used to correct a “bad bite. ” This condition, known as a malocclusion, involves teeth that are crowded or crooked. In some cases, the upper and lower jaws may not meet properly and although the teeth may appear straight, the individual may have an uneven bite. Protruding, crowded or irregularly spaced teeth and jaw problems may be inherited. Thumb-sucking, losing teeth prematurely and accidents also can lead to these conditions. Invisalign: Is a series of clear, removable teeth aligners that both orthodontist and dentist use as an alternative to traditional metal dental braces. Correcting the problem can create a nice-looking smile, but more important, orthodontic treatment results in a healthier mouth. That’s because crooked and crowded teeth make cleaning the mouth difficult, which can lead to tooth decay, gum disease and possibly tooth loss. An improper bite can interfere with chewing and speaking, can cause abnormal wear to tooth enamel, and can lead to problems with the jaws.
 
Mouth Guard

Many people grind or clench their teeth. Are you one of them? Although teeth grinding (bruxism) may happen at any time, people often grind their teeth in their sleep. You may not even know you´re doing it. The causes are not clear. Stress is one possible cause, but often the reason for the habit is not known. Damage caused by Teeth Grinding, Teeth grinding may cause: Chipped enamel, Flattened, grooved, worn-down teeth, Loosened teeth , Cracked teeth. If something isn´t done to stop the damage bruxism may lead to jaw muscle or joint problems and even loss of your teeth. The dentist may ask whether you have certain symptoms such as: A sore, tired jaw, Dull headaches, Earaches, Sensitive Teeth. Possible Treatments: You and your dentist can decide how best to treat your teeth-grinding problem. The most common treatments are: Mouth Guards:Is a Plastic device, custom- made that fits over your teeth. It may fit over your top teeth or bottom teeth. It protects them from grinding damage. A mouth guard is worn at the times when you are most likely to grind your teeth. Stress Reduction: Stress is suspected in many cases of bruxism. Reducing stress may help relax your jaw muscles and make grinding less likely. Your dentist may suggest regular exercise or other ways to reduce stress. Medication: In some cases medication may be given. It may help relieve sore muscle or reduce stress. 

 
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Consultation
 
Oral Cancer Screening
 
Orthodontist Consultation
 
Periodontist Consultation
 
Periodontitis Treatment
 
Pulpotomy
 
Restorative Dentist Consultation
 
Root canals
Every tooth consists of different layers. From the outside, first there is Enamel (the outer layer of the teeth which is the hardest part of the body). The second layer is dentin (the inside hard layer) and then we have the Pulp (which is an empty space where the live tissue and nerve of each tooth is located). If for any reason the pulp space is exposed to the outside, the tissue becomes contaminated and eventually infected. The exposure of pulp happens in many circumstances for example when you have a large cavity, or a fractured tooth. Your dentist can explain the exact reason for damage to the tissue, regardless of the reason for this contamination or damage to pulp tissue, the treatment is usually Root Canal treatment. Root Canal treatment is the process of going inside the pulp space and removing the infected and dead tissue. Then the space is disinfected and sealed with special materials. Now a days, root canal treatments are performed with advanced techniques and materials. And they are more comfortable and faster. After root canal treatment is done the dentist will usually place a crown on the tooth to protect it against fracture.
 
Complex Root Canal
 
Incisor Root Canal
 
Molar Root Canal
 
Premolar Root Canal
 
Root End Surgery
 
Single Visit Root Canal
 
Sedation for dental treatments
 
Teeth Cleaning
 
Scaling and Root Planing
 
Ultrasonic Scaling
 
Teeth Contouring and Reshaping
 
Teeth Whitening
 
Home Whitening Kits
 
Laser Teeth Whitening
 
TMJ - Temporomandibular Joint Treatment
TMJ is the joint that connects the lower and upper jaw (skull). The terms TMJ stands for Temporo-Mandibular Joint. This is one the most complicated joints of the whole body. One that allows forward and backward moves as well as rotations and side to side movements. TMJ is often referred to as the complications and problems with this joint. Some of the most common symptoms of TMJ problems are: Pain, Limitation of movement of the lower jaw, Clicking sounds, Muscle Spasm, Locking of the Jaw. Some causes of the disease are genetics, hormones, low-level infections, auto-immune disease, trauma, and clenching or grinding of the teeth. Diagnosis of such conditions and evaluation of causes are done by experienced dentists in TMJ problems and treatments. Some common treatments are Night Guards, Bite Guards and Bite Adjustments. Your dentist will be able to guide you toward the best treatment for you.
 
Non-Surgical TMJ Treatment
 
Treatment of Dental Abscess
 
Treatment of Orofacial Pain
 
Veneers
This is how you can get a beautiful smile quickly. Veneers or Laminates are thin shell of porcelain or resin that is bonded to the surface of the teeth to change their shape, shade and position to improve the cosmetics of your teeth and smile and/or replace the lost tooth structure where it is indicated. We  will do a complete examination of your teeth and will determine If veneers are indicated for you. Usually with veneers it is possible to improve the aesthetics of your teeth and smile dramatically. Veneers can improve the shape of your teeth, make your teeth as white as you want and give you the smile you have always wanted. Veneers are bonded to your teeth structure, which gives them strength. Also because they are very thin, they are considered one of the most conservative cosmetic treatments available. Ask your dentist how veneers can improve your smile.
 
Composite Veneers
 
Porcelain Veneers
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Victoria E. Valderrama

Show Phone NumberSanta Margarita #411 Col. del Valle, Mexico City, Mexico City, Mexico, 03100Mexico