Breast Cancers

GENERAL SURGERY – Breast Cancers Breast cancers Following Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy, core biopsy or a surgical biopsy on lesions that have been identified during examination or by imaging techniques, a range of suitable surgical options should be discussed with patients diagnosed with cancer. Breast and axilla-preserving surgery has replaced the radical surgical procedures used for cancer in the past. Breast-preserving surgery + a

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General Surgery

General Surgery Jinemed Hospital performs laparoscopic surgeries, weight reduction procedures, reflux operations, anorectal interventions, etc. by board certified physicians. Please see selected procedures and email us for more information.

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Tooth Whitening

DENTISTRY – Tooth Whitening Tooth whitening is a procedure that lightens teeth and helps to remove stains and discoloration. Whitening is among the most popular cosmetic dental procedures because it can significantly improve the appearance of your teeth at much less cost and inconvenience than other techniques. Every day, a thin coating forms on your teeth and it picks up stains. Also, the outer layer of each tooth, called the enamel,

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Porcelain Venners

DENTISTRY – Porcelain Laminate Veneers What is it? Porcelain Laminate Veneers are ultrathin shells of ceramic and are bonded on the front of your teeth. They are used to correct cosmetic defects on teeth or to correct the bite (the way the teeth come together). Cosmetic imperfections that can be corrected with veneers include teeth that are slightly crooked or stained, chipped teeth, gaps between teeth or uneven teeth. In the past, th

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Inlays and Onlays

DENTISTRY – Inlays and Onlays When a tooth has been moderately to extensively destroyed by decay, previous drilling, or fracture but there is still sufficient enamel remaining, one innovative way it can be restored is with a porcelain inlay or onlay. You can think of a dental inlay or onlay as being midway between a filling or a crown. Inlays or onlays are used when not enough tooth structure remains to support a filling, but the toot

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Implants

DENTISTRY – Implants Implants are devices that replace the roots of missing teeth, and are used to support crowns, bridges or dentures. Implants are placed in your jawbone surgically. Most of the time, implants feel more natural and secure than other methods of replacing missing teeth, such as dentures. The key to the success of all implants is a process called osseointegration, in which the bone in the jaw bonds with the implant. Tit

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Gingivoplasty

DENTISTRY – Gingivoplasty Gingivoplasty involves the surgical reshaping of gum tissue around teeth with healthy gums. They typically are performed by our periodontists, dentists who specialize in treating gums and the other supporting structures of your teeth. It can help give the gums a more natural appearance. This procedure can be used to correct malformed or asymmetrical gums caused by genetics, disease or trauma, and might be don

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Fillings

DENTISTRY – Fillings Decay is not the only reason you may need a filling. Cracked or broken teeth, or teeth that are worn from unusual use — such as nail-biting, tooth grinding or using your teeth to open things — may also need fillings. Because of advances in dental adhesives, many cosmetic techniques can be done with less preparation (cutting) of the tooth’s enamel structure. Older dental materials were held in place by th

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Dentures

DENTISTRY – Dentures Dentures What is it? Dentures are a solution of last resort. Many people assume that they will require dentures as they age, but losing teeth is not a normal part of the aging process. If you care for your teeth well and guard against periodontal-gum disase, you should be able to keep your teeth for a lifetime. With newer materials and improved technology, dentists can fashion dentures that fit comfortably, appear

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Crowns

DENTISTRY – Crowns What is it? A crown is a tooth-shaped cover placed over a tooth that is badly damaged or decayed. A crown, which many people call a cap, is made to look like your tooth. Crowns may be placed for several reasons, but generally the tooth has been extensively damaged by decay or breakage and filling material can’t replace the missing tooth structure and make the tooth strong enough. A crown may hold together part

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