Prostodontics

Our experienced physician

Physician Details

  • Name : Dr. Emebet Gezahegn
  • Years Of Experience : 28
  • Speciality : Pedodontics, Prosthodontics, Endodontics, Orthodontics
  • Known For : One of the most well-known and respected Doctor in the field, Dr. Emebet Gezahegn is an unparalleled dental surgeon with more than 30 years of experience. Devoted for the advancement of dentistry in Ethiopia, She has become a paramount figure in the industry.

WHITE FILLINGS

A filling is often used to repair a tooth that is affected by wear, decay, cracks, or fractures. The decayed or affected portion of the tooth is removed and replaced with a filling, which can be made up of many different materials, such as Glass inomer, porcelain, composite, ceramic, and plastic compound.


DENTAL CROWNS

What is a crown?


A dental crown is a kind of tooth prosthetics, but it’s fixed. It can be used alongside other dental treatments such as an implant or a bridge. It’s also made from various kinds of materials, depending on the evaluation of the specialist.


DENTAL BRIDGES

It’s normal to lose teeth—when you’re young. These are called baby teeth, and they’re meant to become loose to give way to the permanent ones. What’s unfortunate is if you start losing the permanent teeth too. According to studies, almost 70% of people who are from 35 to 44 years old have lost some teeth for different reasons. Moreover, around 26% of adults who are at least 74 years old no longer have any of their permanent teeth.


PARTIAL DENTURE

It’s normal to lose teeth—when you’re young. These are called baby teeth, and they’re meant to become loose to give way to the permanent ones. What’s unfortunate is if you start losing the permanent teeth too. According to studies, almost 70% of people who are from 35 to 44 years old have lost some teeth for different reasons. Moreover, around 26% of adults who are at least 74 years old no longer have any of their permanent teeth.


COMPLETE DENTURE

It’s normal to lose teeth—when you’re young. These are called baby teeth, and they’re meant to become loose to give way to the permanent ones. What’s unfortunate is if you start losing the permanent teeth too. According to studies, almost 70% of people who are from 35 to 44 years old have lost some teeth for different reasons. Moreover, around 26% of adults who are at least 74 years old no longer have any of their permanent teeth.