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To ensure the confidence of your smile, our Department of Dental Care is fully equipped with ultra-modern technology and a renowned team of dental surgeons, orthodontists, prosthodontists, implantologists, periodontists, oral surgeons, support staff. By maintaining patient hygiene and infection control, we endeavour to deliver superior results by adhering strict quality protocols.
Single-sitting Root Canal Therapy (RCT), the most common procedure in endodontic, involved in the removal of diseased tissue caused by the infected bacteria from inside the tooth, is performed here through pain-free anaesthesia-assisted procedure.
Also, RCT technology is employed for pregnant women that do not require X-ray.
Single-tooth implants and implant-supported dentures are done to provide stable support to artificial teeth. Dental implant, the substitute for the natural tooth roots, is the latest method to replace missing teeth.
Our cutting edge laser tools enable us to carry out comfortable, noise free, pain free and bloodless procedures with great ease. Laser assisted therapies involve less tissue damage with additional sterilization action thereby producing better results with lesser time consumption.
Teeth whitening is used to correct teeth discolouration and improve the brightness of teeth through chemical whitening, mild acid whitening, abrasive teeth brightening and laser teeth whitening.
deals with the correction of teeth and jaws that are improperly positioned like crooked teeth which may lead to headaches, neck, shoulder and back pain if not treated in time.
(porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates) are custom-made shells of tooth-coloured materials designed to cover the front surface of teeth to improve facial appearance. Veneers are routinely used to fix discoloration, worn out, chipped or broken teeth, misaligned or irregularly shaped teeth, or teeth with gaps between them.
Certain physical changes caused during pregnancy can result in gums and teeth problems like gingivitis (inflammation of the gums), cavities (tooth decay), and periodontics (inflammation of ligaments and bones that support the teeth) and also are associated with other diseases like heart disease, diabetes, and respiratory infections. In fact, most obstetricians encourage their patients to see a dentist during pregnancy and also advises them to go for routine oral health assessment at the first prenatal visit. This may decrease the transmission of cavity-causing bacteria from mother to baby and can also help lessen the future risk of cavities in children as routine teeth cleanings, dental X-rays and local anaesthesia are equally safe during pregnancy.
Generally wisdom teeth grow after the age of 17 in many people and may lead to pain, swelling or gum ulcers in some cases. Surgical removal may be recommended if the wisdom teeth are not pushing through the gums.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation is the restoration of the mouth involving every tooth that is a good option for excessively worn down, damaged, missing teeth and for people with TemporoMandibular Joint (TMJ) (jaw joint) problems. Full mouth rehabilitation helps in solving problems like difficulty in chewing, poor nutrition, gastrointestinal upset, TMJ problems, headaches, pain, and facial collapse that may be caused by worn or damaged teeth. It includes a variety of crowns, veneers, onlays, bridges, or implants, usually accomplished in two to four visits.
Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD) occur because of problems associated with jaw, jaw joint and surrounding facial muscles that control chewing and jaw movement. TMJ disorders may subside without treatment or a variety of treatment options recommended by doctor.
Broken or dislocated jaw requires immediate medical attention for the risk of breathing problems or bleeding; they are bandaged or wired shut during the recovery. Anti-inflammatory medications may be given for pain-relief.
Sleep or Sedation dentistry involves the use of sedatives to calm and relax a patient prior to and during the dental procedure. The three most common forms of sedation being used are: