- Maxillofacial Prosthesis
Maxillofacial prosthesis is a process which deals with hereditary
defects of the head and neck. Maxillofacial prosthetis
amalgamates parts of multiple disciplines including head and neck
oncology, congenital malformation, plastic surgery, speech, and
other related disciplines.
- Tooth Extractions
Tooth extraction is the process of removal of tooth from its
socket in the bone. A tooth extraction is prescribed generally
when it is not feasible to repair the damaged tooth. It is also
done in cases where the tissues and bones are completely damaged.
The tooth is extracted after giving local anaesthesia to the
patient. A dental tool named ‘Elevator’ is used to widen the gaps
Dentures are false teeth that might be fixed or removable in
nature. Tooth replacement is prescribed when the roots of the
tooth become irreparable and the tooth must be removed. Dentures
have started to become more real with the advent of synthetic
plastic resins and lightweight metal alloy teeth denture. Due to
technological advancements, dentures have become more efficient
in chewing and crunching.
Veneers are customized thin shells, made to act as a barrier by
fitting exactly in front if the tooth. The surgery results in a
very strong and resilient tooth. Veneers can be used for Closing
spaces, restoring broken teeth or even corrected unevenly sized
- Ultrasonic Scaling
Ultrasonic Scaling is the process to remove unwanted inflammation
causing elements like plaque and tartar. The Ultrasonic Scaler
moves slowly with a low frequency and is air-driven.
- Orthodontic Treatment
It is a form of treatment where the dentist treats improperly
positioned jaw and teeth. Teeth which are not placed properly
have a high risk of being lost early due to decay, as it is
difficult to clean these types of teeth.
- Dental Jewellery
The process of fixing teeth jewellery is very easy and does not
take more than 15 minutes. There is no drilling involved, so
there are no side effects to the tooth. It can be easily removed
without any damage to the tooth structure.
- Lip Repositioning
It is a surgery required by the people who have a gummy smile. In
a normal smile the length of gum should be not visible by more
than 1-2 mm�s. It is considered to be unattractive if the
visibility is of more than 4 mm�s.
- Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment (also known as Endodontic Therapy) is a
process of treatment for the infected pulp of a tooth which
results in the removal of infection and it further protects the
tooth from future microbial attacks.
- Crowns and Bridges
A crown is a form of dental restoration which completely caps or
encircles a tooth. Crowns are generally required when a large
cavity threatens the presence of the tooth. They are usually
attached to the tooth using a dental cement.
- Dental Implants
A dental implant is a surgical procedure in which the bone of the
jaw or skull is used to support a dental prosthesis such as a
crown, bridge, denture or to act as an orthodontic anchor. The
time taken on a dental implant varies from person to person. It
is a long process and generally it takes around 9 months for the
procedure to fully complete.
- Full Mouth Rehabiliation
Full Mouth Rehabiliation refers to the set of procedures done in
to repair missing teeth, repair damaged teeth, correct improperly
seated jaw joints and faulty bites, address jawbone and gum
damage, replace worn-out dental work, and, in some cases, treat
diseases of the mouth.
- Smile Makeover
Digital Smile Designing is a process by which the smile of a
patient can be revamped without much of trouble. Firstly, the
smile is evaluated and a perfec t design is made for the patient.
After this steps like Making a Treatment Plan, Preperation of
teeth and Fabrication of temporary crowns and other steps take
Bleaching or Tooth Whitening lightens the colour of teeth and
removes stains and tartar from the teeth. It is one of the most
prevalent dental procedures followed these days.
- Periodontal Surgery
Periodontal surgery is a plastic (reshaping) surgical procedure
designed to restore the tooth to its normal form from the damaged
periodontal structures which support the teeth (the gum tissue,
periodontal ligament and bone).
- IOPA X-Ray
IOPA X-ray shows the entire root and a dentist can look for
infections, widened pdl space, bone loss (horizontal/ vertical)
or bony defect. This advent in technology has helped dentists to
confirm their Diagnosis with pin-point accuracy and precision
which in turn has led to successful procedures with utmost ease
for the patient.