Dental Center Kiryat Motzkin - Haifa


1 Moshe Goshen Ave.

Kiryat Motzkin



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About Us

The Center for Esthetic and Implant Dentistry is committed to continuing development that provides its patients with a variety of dental treatments, under one roof and in one place, with an emphasis on professionalism, quality and service.

Since beginning Center for Esthetic and Implant Dentistry, is committed to constantly raise the level of professionalism to provide the highest quality of treatment. At the same time, we  continually upgrades the office by purchasing the most advanced equipment and technologies available in the field of dentistry, with the aim of providing patients both service and quality, with an emphasis on the patients themselves.


Principles :

Innovation and dental professionalism by participating in courses and continuing education programs, both in Israel and abroad ensuring quality of service by expanding the dental team and training the team in patient service skills ongoing improvement of consulting services and organizational development for the benefit of patients.

The patient is an active partner in the decision making with regards his treatment

Taking responsibility for dental treatments



The ALL-ON-4-8 technique provides patients with quick rehabilitation of dental function in just one day using existing jawbone without the need for bone grafting or sinus lifting. In this technique usually 4-8 implants are placed in each jaw, sometimes two of the back implants are angulated to provide rehabilitative support to the prosthetic bridge and prevent unnecessary sinus lifting or bone grafting.


Why ALL-ON-4-8 ?

The ALL-ON-4 technique provides immediate results since the implants are inserted into the bone on the first day of the implant procedure. After inserting the implants, and on the same day, a temporary acrylic bridge is screwed onto the implants (not removable) within a few hours.

Most of the stages in the ALL-ON-4technique are performed prior to the surgical procedure during which the implants are screwed into the jaw.

The planning and preparation stage of the treatment is the most important and most critical. The entire process (from the patient’s first visit to the office to the implant surgery) takes between one to two weeks and major decisions are made prior to surgery.

ALL-ON-4 technique has advantages over traditional implant procedures: It greatly shortens the implant process, significantly reduces the recovery time and requires minimal surgical intervention, thus reducing swelling and pain.

In principle, the ALL-ON-4 procedure is suitable for any patient with missing teeth or whose teeth are badly decayed and need extracting.


The ALL-ON-4 technique is performed in two ways:

1. ALL-ON-4 without surgery: involves the use of a surgical guide produced overseas; inserting the implants (without having to open the gum with a surgical knife); applying a temporary acrylic bridge which is screwed to the implants in one hour – TEETH-IN-AN-HOUR.

2. ALL-ON-4 with surgery: involves opening the gums (and if applicable, extracting teeth), inserting the implants and applying a temporary acrylic bridge which is screwed onto the implants the same day – TEETH-IN-A-DAY.

ALL-ON-4 is a very advanced dental technique which only a small number of dentists and advanced clinics can perform. The technique requires extensive experience with implants and high-level dental labs. It is worth noting that the procedure has a 98% success rate worldwide (based on data during the 16 years that the ALL-ON-4 technique has existed).


Dental Implants improve the quality of life

Twenty years ago the only available alternative for tooth loss were porcelain crowns or dentures, not the perfect solution. Progress in science and technology has led to the development of dental implants that today are the best solution for the loss of one or more teeth.


What is a dental implant?

A dental implant is an artificial tooth that is implanted in place of natural tooth that has been extracted. The screw shaped implant is surgically inserted into the jawbone. The implant consists of three parts: a titanium implant inserted into the jawbone; the structure, which is the part visible above the gum line; a porcelain crown manufactured in the lab.


Who are suitable candidates for dental implants?

Suitable candidates for dental implants are people who have lost one or more to have implants for health reasons. However, there are cases in which teeth, for various reasons, and people with dentures. Just about anyone who enjoys general good health is a suitable candidate. It is rare to find people who are unable after dental implantation, the body rejects the implant. It is important to mention that a failed implant does not necessarily need to be replaced with another implant. When numerous implants are performed it is possible to relinquish a failed implant. And here lies the importance of building a treatment plan prior to commencing treatment.


What precedes the implant procedure?

• The most important step before performing dental implants is the consultation process with the dentist, and the building of an implant plan. Before a patient begins treatment he must fill out a questionnaire and a health declaration. And in the presence of medical problems such as heart disease, diabetes etc, the dentist requires a record of your medical history. The patient is sent for X-rays, the most advanced being a computed tomography (CT) scan which will provide the dentist with information about your bone: its quality and quantity.

• The dentist takes measurements of the patient's teeth in order to prepare crowns or temporary dentures, as well as to prepare a model of the patient's teeth for the construction of a treatment plan.

• Once the dentist has a general picture of the patient's health status, the x-rays and the model, he builds his treatment program, and writes a prescription for medication the patient must take prior to the implant procedure.

• The patient signs a consent form which lists all the possible risks of the implant, just like any other surgical procedure.



Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain Veneers are wafer thin shells of porcelain that are bonded to the front of teeth. The treatment is painless and usually does not require an anesthetic. Porcelain veneers are the ideal option for an improved appearance of your teeth and have become popular over the last 10 years due to the fact that they create excellent aesthetic results and do not change color as a result of smoking or drinking caffeine beverages.

Porcelain veneers are a good alternative to simple orthodontic treatments, however are not recommended in cases of severe teeth crowding or in cases requiring prolonged orthodontic treatment.


When are porcelain veneers recommended?

Porcelain veneers are routinely used to:

• close gaps between teeth.

• rebuild broken teeth.

• change the color of teeth.

• design crooked teeth.

• whiten stained or discolored teeth.


Crowns and Bridges

Crowns are a type of restoration or rehabilitation of the teeth. A crown is an artificial tooth that a dental technician builds according to measurements taken from the patient's teeth by a dentist. Dentists recommend crowns for several reasons, usually to restore a tooth, strengthen a tooth or improve the appearance of teeth. In most cases, crowns are made from a combination of metal and porcelain and the metal can be of various types: semi-precious, noble, non precious or gold. There are also crowns made only from porcelain without metal.

The treatment is performed in stages until the final result. For perfect results the dentist must take measurements before starting treatment. The measurements are given to the dental technician who makes a diagnostic carving – an imaging of the final result. After receiving patient approval of the model, the dentist commences treatment.

The treatment begins with sharpening the tooth or teeth onto which the crown will be placed. After sharpening the dentist again takes measurements which are given to the technician who starts preparing the crowns. In the meantime, the patient wears temporary crowns prepared in advance. Before applying the crowns, the dentist measures them and returns them to the technician for polishing. At the patient’s next visit, and crowns are applied, restoring the teeth to the original shape. The color of each crown matches the color of the teeth which lie adjacent to the tooth onto which the crown has been applied. The color is determined by the dental technician and the dentist and must receive patient approval.




Teeth straightening (Orthodontics)


Teeth straightening  (Orthodontics)  is the branch of dentistry that deals with problems related to crowded or crooked teeth and misaligned teeth that are difficult to close. The overall name for this is Malocclusion and the impairment can be caused by a single tooth, an entire jaw, or both jaws and the relation between them.


The importance of early intervention


   Allows the possibility for early correction of crooked teeth.

   Correct placement of buck teeth

   Can repair bite problems

   Reduces the need for tooth extraction

   With straight teeth it is easier to maintain oral hygiene, therefore reducing exposure to tooth decay and gum disease


Root canal treatment

Root canal therapy to save teeth damaged role usually decay to preserve the functional capacity Hnormlit.tifol root caries process is performed when through the crown of the tooth and dentine and reached the tooth pulp. Pulp are nervous and blood vessels that nourish the tooth. Lint title extends to the tip of the tooth roots, the sunken bones of the jaw. lint injured as stated in the process of decay progresses. Without treatment, the bacteria continue their activities towards the tip of the roots at the risk of the formation of an abscess and infection spread to the bones jaw. process of decay that involves pain, swelling, formation of pockets of pus and risk of bone. Without a root canal and removing factors inflammation , the only alternative is a tooth extraction.



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