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Dental Implants

Dental implants are a popular and effective way to replace missing teeth and are designed to blend in with your other teeth. They are an excellent long-term option for restoring your smile.

Dental implants are artificial tooth replacements used to counter tooth loss. They hold a crown, bridge or denture just like roots hold natural teeth in place. Many dentists consider implants to be one of the greatest advancements in dentistry since they truly are “the next best thing to your natural teeth.” Unlike a traditional plate or bridge, dental implants are actually anchored to your jaw.

Dental Implants
  • It reduce the load on the remaining oral structures/teeth
  • It preserves natural tooth tissue by avoiding the need to cut down adjacent teeth for conventional bridgework.
  • Preserve bone & significantly reduce bone restoration & deterioration that results in loss of jawbone height.
  • Reduce the need for subsequent restorative intervention of adjacent teeth.
  • Long-term data on implants suggest that implants last for a much longer time than conventional restorations on teeth.
  • Loose fitting dentures can be replaced with improved support, stability and retention with implant over dentures.
  • Overdentures will help control/improve facial contours that result in minimizing premature wrinkles.

Full Mouth Rehabilation

Full mouth rehabilitation involves the replacement of one or all missing teeth and the restoration of affected teeth to provide optimum function and esthetics to the patient. This procedure is called ‘Full-Mouth’ because it is an extensive rehabilitation of teeth and associated structures and may involve replacement/restoration of all the teeth in your mouth.

Full Mouth Rehabilation

This procedure is not only for those who want their bite to be restored or the teeth are replaced, but full mouth rehabilitation may be required to overcome some other condition and diseases such as:

  • Frequent headaches or migraines.
  • Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome or TMJ.
  • Pain in teeth that seems to move around full mouth.
  • Facial, neck, shoulder and/or back pain.
  • Jaw locking problem or feeling limited movement of jaws.
  • Feeling congestion or stuffiness in ears.
  • Hearing sound of clicking or grating from the jaw joints.

Orthodontic Braces

Orthodontics is a specialty field of dentistry that diagnoses, prevents and treats irregularities of the teeth and face. Treatment can correct an irregular or "bad" bite, also known as a malocclusion.

Orthodontic care involves the use of appliances. There are two main types. Braces are attached to the teeth. Removable appliances are put in and taken out by the patient. These devices can be used to:

  • Straighten teeth
  • Correct an irregular bite
  • Close unsightly gaps
  • Bring teeth and lips into proper alignment
Orthodontic Braces

We make it easy and affordable to get braces! Our highly-skilled doctors are supervised by attentive and friendly faculty members every step of the way. We all work towards the same goal: to give you and your loved ones superior, state-of-the-art orthodontic care. Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity to give your child (or yourself) a great smile!

We offer an extensive variety of orthodontic care, including:

  • Invisible braces
  • Clear braces
  • Self-ligating braces from well-respected brands
  • Lingual, behind-the-teeth braces

Cosmetic Dentistry

It is more popular than ever, from whitening and shaping to closing spaces and replacing teeth. And dentists have a wide array of tools and techniques at their disposal for improving the look of your smile.

Dentistry is no longer just a case of filling and extracting teeth, as it was for many years. Nowadays many people turn to cosmetic dentistry, or ‘aesthetic dentistry', as a way of improving their appearance, much as they would use cosmetic surgery or even a new hairstyle. The treatments can be used to straighten, lighten, reshape and repair teeth. Cosmetic treatments include veneers, crowns, bridges, tooth-colored fillings, implants and tooth whitening.

Cosmetic dentistry

Veneers are thin slices of porcelain. These are precisely made to fit over the visible surface of your front teeth, like a false fingernail fits over a nail.A small amount of enamel is removed from the tooth, usually the same thickness as the veneer will be. An impression (mould) is taken by the dentist and sent to a dental technician for the veneer to be made in the laboratory. The veneer is then bonded to the tooth to form a strong and natural-looking repair.

Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentists is regular oral health exams (including caries risk assessment for infant and mother); preventive dental care (such as brushing and diet/nutrition recommendations); regular cleaning and fluoride treatments; and use of sealants to prevent cavities.A pediatric dentist also may:

Pediatric Dentistry
  • Provide mouth guards (to prevent sports injuries)
  • Provide or recommend special preventive care to safeguard against problems, such as teething and gum disease
  • Offer habit counseling (e.g., thumb sucking, pacifier use)
  • Offer assessment and treatment for teeth straightening and improper bite in the young child (orthodontics)
  • Repair tooth cavities and/or defects
  • Diagnose oral conditions associated with diseases such as diabetes, congenital heart defects, asthma and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
  • Diagnose and treat dental developmental difficulties (e.g., root canals on adult teeth that have not fully formed)
  • Provide management of gum diseases and conditions, such as pediatric periodontal disease, ulcers and tongue-tie (when the membrane that attaches the tongue to the floor of the mouth is shorter than normal. If tongue-tie interferes with breastfeeding, a pediatric dentist can clip the membrane to release the tongue)
  • Care for dental injuries (e.g., fractured or knocked-out teeth)

Surgical Tooth Removal

Surgical tooth extraction is also known as open or transalveolar tooth extraction. It is performed in those teeth which are damaged to such an extent that nothing is visible above the gum line or if the tooth is impacted in the bone or in the soft tissue. Tooth can’t be grasped with the forceps so dental surgeon will give an incision that is cut in the gums to move the tooth out of the bone. At times, tooth may need to be sectioned into pieces to remove it. Bone cutting may or may not be required in surgical method of tooth extraction.

Surgical Tooth Extraction

Surgical Tooth Extraction Procedure is done in:

  • Impacted Teeth
  • Teeth with extensive caries especially if there are root caries or in cases of large amalgam restorations, surgical tooth extraction is done.
  • Teeth in which roots are widely divergent are indicated for surgical tooth extraction.
  • In case of older patients, dense bone is present which is more calcified and is less likely to expand so surgical tooth extraction is preferred in cases of dense bone.
  • Surgical tooth extraction procedure is done when nothing is visible above the gum line

General Dentistry

General dentists prevent, evaluate, diagnose, and treat diseases of the oral cavity, as well as maintain the function and appearance of the teeth. Many oral diseases and abnormalities can indicate other diseases. A general dentist may refer patients to their physician or a specialist for further evaluation, or vice versa for treatment.

Ideally, dentistry is preventative. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that you visit your dentist regularly – at least once every six months – to ensure proper oral hygiene and functionality. Regular checkups and oral health maintenance prevent the development of serious dental problems that can require costly treatment. If you remain vigilant and visit your dentist regularly, you can enjoy exceptional dental health.

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