Specialized Dentel Services

It is the process by which we disinfect the root canals infected due to carious process and which can not be simply restored.

In this we clear the root canals of all its debris and infection,nerves blood vessels and restore the nerves by Gutta Percha Points Which is also known as "Artificial Nerves"

No. of Appointments- 3-4 (depending on the tooth condition)
Note – Single sitting RCT is also Done Here with proper Expertise.

It is the treatment option for those patient having Bad Breadth,Bleeding Gums,Pyorrhea,Spongy Gums Redness and Swelling in Oral Cavity.
This treatment is done by using Ultra sonic Scaler which by the help of water jet and its vibration cleans the teeth and removes plaques and calculus.
No. of Appointments – 1-2

Restoration means to bring the damaged ,decayed or broken tooth to its normal form and function by filling or building up the tooth by different types of materials used in dentistry such as GIC,LASER(COMPOSITES),INLAYS,ONLAYS,SILVER AMALGAM(Less Preferred These days due to Its Toxicity).

It is artificially made tooth or teeth which replaces the missing tooth which has been lost or extracted. It is fixed in the mouth with the tooth present in the mouth after doing some reduction in it accordingly.

This is the tooth whitening process ,the tooth which has gone yellowish due to tobacco habit,habit of frequent tea,pan or any other cause, is polished and bleached to make it like pearls.

It is done to algn the malaligned teeth which is either protruded , retruded, overlapped,crowded. It takes appx. 1-1.5 years to complete the procees and make it look beautiful.

It is Surgical component that interfaces with the bone of the jaw or skull to support a dental prosthesis such as crown bridge and denture .It act as orthodontic anchor.

Although every effort is made to save a tooth, it is often necessary to recommend extraction. One of the first concerns when discussing tooth extraction is usually the pain associated with the procedure while in the office. To minimize much of the pain and discomfort from this procedure we offer Sedation Dentistry for tooth extraction and other dental procedure at the request of our patients.

A dentist or an orthodontist may opt to pull a tooth for many reasons. The tooth may be so hopelessly damaged from tooth decay that it cannot be saved even with root canal therapy. It may be causing crowding or malocclusion (bad bite) which may prevent a new tooth from breaking through. Or, the tooth may be loose as a result of gum disease or even from an accident.

In a simple tooth extraction a dentist takes hold of the tooth with forceps and rocks it back and forth to loosen it from the bone. Removal of the overlying gum might be necessary if a tooth is not quite through the gum. After a tooth extraction, a blood clot forms where a tooth had once been. It is important not to dislodge the blood clot because it aids in healing. Disturbing the clot can result in a dry socket -- a painful condition that may or may not heal by itself. Some swelling and light bleeding may occur over the next 24 hours.

A missing tooth leaves a large enough gap for other teeth to shift. You may also have difficulty chewing and may experience a problem with malocclusion (bad bite). These difficulties can be alleviated with dental implants, fixed bridges or dentures.

Wisdom teeth or third molars often are impacted. Wisdom teeth usually begin to come in between the ages of 17 and 21. Dentists call these teeth third molars. They may become impacted because there's not enough room in your mouth for them. A wisdom tooth also might be trying to come in sideways. Or, it might be tilted in your jaw.

An impacted tooth can be painless. You may not even realize it's there. However, when an impacted wisdom tooth tries to come in, the flap of gum on top of it can swell. This can hurt. You might feel pain in nearby teeth, or in the ear on that side of your face. Plus, food particles can get stuck near the gum flap. This can lead to an infection called pericoronitis or operculitis. If untreated, this infection can spread to the throat or into the neck.

Impacted teeth can get cavities. An impacted tooth can push on the neighboring molar. This can lead to tooth movement, decay or gum disease. It also can change the way your teeth come together. Rarely, impacted teeth can cause cysts or other growths in the jaw.

A denture is a removable dental appliance that serves as a replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissue. They are made to closely resemble your natural teeth and may even enhance your smile.

There are two types of dentures: complete and partial.

  • Complete dentures are used when all of the teeth in either the upper or lower arch are missing.
  • Partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain. They not only fill in the spaces created by missing teeth, but also prevent other teeth from shifting.

A complete denture may be either conventional or immediate.

Conventional dentures are made after the teeth have been removed and the gum tissue has healed, which usually takes four to six weeks. During this time, the patient will go without teeth.

Immediate dentures are generally the preferred treatment prescribed because they do not require our patients to ever go without teeth. Immediate dentures are made in advance and are immediately placed after the teeth are removed, thus preventing the patient from having to be without teeth during the healing process. As the tissues shrink and heal, adjustments will have to be made frequently until the healing process is complete. This can take up to three months.

Dentures are very durable appliances and will last many years, but may have to be remade, repaired or readjusted due to normal wear.

Reasons for dentures:

  • Complete Denture – loss of all teeth in an arch
  • Partial Denture – loss of several teeth in an arch
  • Enhancing smile and facial tissues
  • Improving chewing, speech, and digestion

What does getting dentures involve?
The process of getting dentures requires several appointments, usually over several weeks. Highly accurate impressions (molds) and measurements are taken and used to create your custom denture. Several “try-in” appointments may be necessary to ensure proper shape, color and fit. At the final appointment,we adjust and place the completed denture, ensuring a natural and comfortable fit.

It is normal to experience increased saliva flow, some soreness and possible speech and chewing difficulty, however this will subside as your muscles and tissues get used to the new dentures.

You will be given care instructions for your new dentures. Proper cleaning of your new dental appliance, good oral hygiene and regular dental visits will aid in the life of your new dentures.