Clinic Facilities

We at the clinic function on the concept of offering expertise on the various Facilities in Dental Surgery to provide the best dental care to its patients.

We specialize in all the simple & modern dental facilities like:
    » Dental Implants
    » Teeth Whitening
    » Porcelain Veneers
    » Smile Corrections
    » Gap Closures
    » Fixed Teeth
    » Root Canal Treatment
    » Gum Surgery
    » Braces
    » Kids Dentistry
    » Laser Dentistry
    » Gummy Smile Correction
    » Metal Free Crowns / Bridges
    » Wisdom Teeth Extractions
    » Dental X-Ray etc.

Some State of the Art Facilities available with us are:

An Orthopantomogram (OPG)

An Orthopantomogram (OPT) or Dental Panoramic Radiograph (DPR), also known as a "panorex", is a Panoramic Scanning Dental X-ray of the Upper and lower jaw.

It shows a two-dimensional view of a half-circle from ear to ear. An OPT relies on tomography i.e. images of specific radiographic planes are taken to make up the larger panoramic image. It provides valuable information about: The position of Wisdom Teeth, Receding Bone levels - which is a sign of Periodontal Disease. It is useful for Implant Surgery, Jaw-Joint problems Sinus problems and Orthodontic Diagnosis.


Why Orthodontic treatment is required?

Orthodontic treatment is used to correct a malocclusion, involves teeth that are crowded or crooked. In some cases, the upper and lower jaws may not meet properly and although the teeth may appear straight, the individual may have an uneven bite.

Protruding, crowded or irregularly spaced teeth and jaw problems may be inherited. Thumb-sucking, losing teeth prematurely and accidents also can lead to these conditions.

Correcting the problem can create a nice-looking smile, but more important, orthodontic treatment results in a healthier mouth. That's because crooked and crowded teeth make cleaning the mouth difficult, which can lead to tooth decay, gum disease and possibly tooth loss. An improper bite can interfere with chewing and speaking, can cause abnormal wear to tooth enamel, and can lead to problems with the jaws.

What are Braces made from?

Braces (also called Orthodontic Appliances) can be as inconspicuous—or as noticeable—as you like. Brackets—the part of the braces that attach to each tooth—are smaller and can sometimes be attached to the back of the tooth, making the brackets less noticeable.

Brackets may be made of metal, ceramic, plastic or a combination of these materials. Some brackets are clear or tooth-colored. There are brackets shaped like hearts and footballs, and elastics (orthodontic rubber bands) in school colors or holiday hues such as red, white and blue.

Smart Clips

Metal Braces

Ceramic Braces

Customized Lingual Braces

Invisalign Braces

Lingual (Invisible) Braces

Rainbow Colored Braces

Receive Custom Aligners based on Personalized Treatment Plan

When should treatment begin?

Malocclusions often become noticeable between the ages of 6 and 12, as the child's permanent (adult) teeth erupt. Orthodontic treatment often begins between ages 8 and 14. Treatment that begins while a child is growing helps produce optimal results. As a result, children should have an orthodontic evaluation no later than age 7. By then, they have a mix of primary (baby) teeth and their permanent (adult) teeth.

Your child's dentist can spot problems with emerging teeth and jaw growth early on, while the primary teeth are present. That's why regular dental examinations are important.

How about adults wearing braces?

Children aren't the only ones who can benefit from orthodontics. If you're an adult, it's not too late to correct problems such as crooked or crowded teeth, overbites, under bites, incorrect jaw position, or jaw-joint disorders. The biological process involved in moving teeth is the same at any age. Usually, adult treatment takes a little longer than a child's treatment. Because an adult's facial bones are no longer growing, certain corrections may not be accomplished with braces alone. No matter your age, it's never too late to improve your dental health and beautify your smile.

Who provides orthodontic treatment?

Most dentists are trained to treat some minor orthodontic problems. If the dentist thinks the patient should see a specialist for treatment, he or she will provide a referral to an orthodontist. Orthodontics is a specialty area of dentistry that is officially known as Orthodontics and Dento-facial Orthopaedics. The purpose of orthodontics is to treat malocclusion through braces, corrective procedures and other "appliances" to straighten teeth and correct jaw alignment. An orthodontist is a dentist who specializes in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities.

Although treatment plans are customized for each patient, most wear their braces from one to three years, depending on what conditions need correcting. This is followed by a period of wearing a "retainer" that holds teeth in their new positions. Although a little discomfort is expected during treatment, today's braces are more comfortable than ever before. Newer materials apply a constant, gentle force to move teeth and usually require fewer adjustments.

Good oral hygiene is especially important when braces are present. Brushing regularly, as directed by the dentist, flossing daily and scheduling dental visits can help keep teeth healthy.

Patients with braces should maintain a balanced diet and limit between-meal snacks. Your dentist may recommend avoiding certain foods that could interfere with braces or accidentally bend the wires. These foods may include nuts, popcorn, hard candy, ice and sticky foods like chewing gum, caramel or other chewy candy.

Do braces hurt when they are on your teeth?

Yes, at first they do. For me, it felt like I had been hit in the teeth with a baseball -- but everyone's experience is different. Your teeth will ache to some extent and your gums will probably get sore in specific places. This is because your teeth are not used to the pressure, and your cheeks are not used to the metal or ceramic rubbing against them. After wearing braces for a few weeks, the pain and discomfort begin to diminish. You can use dental wax and topical anaesthetic to help create a barrier between the braces and any sores that develop on your gums (the sores usually heal within a few weeks). You can also use a lip protector. In a few months, pain is less of an issue, and it goes away. You sometimes even forget that you're wearing braces! Your teeth may also hurt again for several days after your monthly adjustment, but by then you're used to it and it doesn't bother you as much.

How long will braces cause pain and discomfort?

When you first get braces on, your teeth will hurt or you may be in some amount of discomfort for several weeks. After about a month, it is better. In a few months, you may even forget that you are wearing them. Within 3 months you will be able to eat almost anything you like. In six months, you might even be biting into hard cookies, chips, and crusty bread once again. Eat these things in moderation and always be careful.

Does teeth become loose during treatment? Is it OK?

The periodontal ligament, which helps to hold your teeth in place, is loosening up. Yes, this is perfectly normal, although it is very disconcerting. The teeth should stop feeling loose after a few weeks. If you're very concerned about it, or if the teeth feel loose for months on end, talk to your dentist about it.

How long does it take to close gaps between teeth after an extraction?

That depends on your body's unique physiology. Gaps in teeth on the lower jaw tend to close slower than on the upper jaw. It can take anywhere from a few months to a year to close extraction gaps.

Do you have to change your diet when you wear braces?

Yes, you do, to some extent. At first your teeth will hurt and you won't be able to bite into hard foods, big sandwiches, or anything too chewy or crunchy. It is best to stick to soft foods until your teeth begin to feel better -- usually in a few weeks.

Emergency measures to be taken during treatment:

If a wire is causing irritation, try pushing the wire away from the area being irritated using the eraser end of a pencil or the blunt side of a spoon. If the wire cannot be tucked in, cover the end of the wire with a small piece of wax, a cotton ball, or a piece of chewing gum, and call us as soon as possible to fix the problem. Cutting the wire should only be done at the clinic by us.

If your teeth are sore after an orthodontic appointment, take a pain-killer such as paracetamol or ibuprofen unless you are allergic to them. You need not have to worry as it is usual response once activation has been done.Rinsing your mouth with a teaspoon of salt dissolved in a glass of warm water can also be soothing.

If a piece of your appliance breaks like brackets or bands become loose, save the piece and call your orthodontist to schedule a repair visit.

If you swallow a piece of your appliances, try to remain calm. A swallowed piece will usually go either into the stomach or the lungs. Most of the time it will go in the stomach and pass out of the body in a bowel movement. However, if difficulty breathing is experienced, you should seek immediate medical attention. X-rays will be taken to determine the position of the swallowed piece and your physicians will counsel you on your options concerning retrieval of the stray piece. If a retainer cracks, bring it to the clinic for a professional repair.

Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery is a recognized international specialty in dentistry.

Oral & maxillofacial surgery is the speciality of dentistry that deals with the correction of hard & soft tissues of the maxillofacial region. The spectrum of speciality includes the correction of dentofacial deformities such as cleft lip & palate and craniosynostosis, maxillofacial cystal tumors etc.

Dentoalveolar surgery (surgery to remove impacted teeth, difficult tooth extractions, extractions on medically compromised patients, placement of implants. Treatment of soft and hard tissue trauma of the oral and maxillofacial region (jaw fractures, cheek bone fractures, nasal fractures, LeFort fracture, skullbfractures and eye socket fractures , treatment of chronic facial pain disorders.,treatment of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. Cosmetic surgery limited to the head and neck: (rhytidectomy/facelift, browlift/blepharoplasty, otoplasty, rhinoplasty, septoplasty, cheek augmentation, chin augmentation, genioplasty, neck liposuction, lip enhancement, injectable cosmetic treatments, botox, chemical peel etc.)


A Dental Implant is a "root" device, usually made of titanium, used in dentistry to support restorations that resemble a tooth or group of teeth to replace missing teeth.

Virtually all dental implants placed today are root-form endosseous implants, i.e., they appear similar to an actual tooth root (and thus possess a "root-form") and are placed within the bone (endo- being the Greek prefix for "in" and osseous referring to "bone"). The bone of the jaw accepts and osseointegrates with the titanium post. Osseointegration refers to the fusion of the implant surface with the surrounding bone. Dental implants will fuse with bone, however they lack the periodontal ligament, so they will feel slightly different than natural teeth during chewing.

Prior to the advent of root-form endosseous implants, most implants were either blade endosseous implants, in that the shape of the metal piece placed within the bone resembled a flat blade, or subperiosteal implants, in which a framework was constructed to lie upon and was attached with screws to the exposed bone of the jaws.

Dental implants can be used to support a number of dental prostheses, including crowns, implant-supported bridges or dentures. They can also be used as anchorage for orthodontic tooth movement. The use of dental implants permits undirectional tooth movement without reciprocal action.

Paediatric / Children Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry (formerly pedodontics or paedodontics) is the branch of Dentistry dealing with children from birth through adolescence.

Paediatric / Children Dentistry discipline focuses on pediatric/adolescent growth and development, disease causality and prevention, child psychology and management, and all aspects of the highly-specialized Pediatric restorative techniques and modalities. Some pediatric dentists also specialize in the care of "special needs" patients, such as people with cerebral palsy, mental retardation and autism.

Pediatric dentistry emphasizes the establishment of trust and confidence in children with their dentists. Consequently, one of the main components of pediatric training is child psychology. This manifests itself in special office designs, different communication styles and an emphasis on teaching preventative dental habits to children in an effort to make dental visits enjoyable. A little girl's trip to the pediatric dentist examining children's teeth.

Pediatric dentists typically require an extra two to three years of post-doctoral dental training after attaining their dental degree. They are then eligible for board certification in the United States (by the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, Diplomate ABPD) or fellowship in Canada and Australia/New Zealand (y the Royal College of Dentists of Canada (FRCDC (Paed)) or Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (FRACDS (Paed)), respectively. In the United States and Canada, most states (excluding Texas) and provinces require a specialty permit or license in order to limit professional practice to Pediatric Dentistry or to represent oneself as a pediatric dentist.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry is generally used to refer to any dental work that improves the appearance.

Cosmetic dentistry is generally used to refer to any dental work that improves the appearance (though not necessarily the function) of a person's teeth, gums and/or bite. Many dentists refer to themselves as "cosmetic dentists" regardless of their specific education, specialty, training, and experience in this field. This has been considered unethical with a predominant objective of marketing to patients.

Cosmetic dentistry is generally used to refer to any dental work that improves the appearance (though not necessarily the function) of a person's teeth, gums and/or bite. Many dentists refer to themselves as "cosmetic dentists" regardless of their specific education, specialty, training, and experience in this field. This has been considered unethical with a predominant objective of marketing to patients.

Cosmetic Dentistry may involve:

1. The addition of a dental material to teeth or gums.
Examples: Bonding, Porcelain Veneers (Laminates), Crowns (Caps), Gum Grafts

2. The removal of tooth structure or gums.
Examples: Enameloplasty, Gingivectomy etc.

3. Neither adding nor removing dental materials, tooth structure or gums.
Examples: Teeth Whitening (Bleaching) etc.

4. Straightening of Teeth accompanied by improvement in appearance of face.


Prosthodontics is the dental specialty concerned with Dentures, Dental Implants, Dental and Facial Prosthetics.

Prosthodontics, also known as Dental Prosthetics or Prosthetic Dentistry, is one of nine dental specialties recognized by the American Dental Association, Royal College of Dentists of Canada, and Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons.

Prosthodontics is the dental specialty pertaining to the diagnosis, treatment planning, rehabilitation and maintenance of the oral function, comfort, appearance and health of patients with clinical conditions associated with missing or deficient teeth and/or oral and maxillofacial tissues using biocompatible substitutes.

According to the American College of Prosthodontists, a Prosthodontist is a dentist who:

1. Specializes in the Esthetic (Cosmetic) Restoration and Replacement of Teeth.
2. Receives three to four years of additional training after dental school.
3. Restores optimum appearance and function to your smile.
4. The treatment Planning and Restoration of Implants, Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ) and Rehabilitation of occlusion with prostheses all fall under the field of Prosthodontics.

Periodontics (Gum Treatment)

Periodontology or Periodontics is the specialty of dentistry that studies supporting structures of teeth, diseases, and conditions that affect them.

Periodontology or Periodontics (from Greek περί peri "around"; and ὀδούς odous "tooth", genitive ὀδόντος odontos) is the specialty of dentistry that studies supporting structures of teeth like gums surrounding it and deals with the diseases, and conditions that affect them. The supporting tissues are known as the periodontium, which includes the gingiva (gums), alveolar bone, cementum, and the periodontal ligament. A professional who practises this speciality field of dentistry is known as a Periodontist.

Periodontics take on many different forms but are usually a result of a coalescence of bacterial plaque biofilm accumulation of the red complex bacteria (egs. include P. gingivalis, T. denticola, and A. actinomycetemcomitans) of the gingiva and teeth, combined with host immuno-inflammatory mechanisms and other risk factors which lead to destruction of the supporting bone around natural teeth. Untreated, these diseases lead to alveolar bone loss and tooth loss and, to date, continue to be the leading cause of tooth loss in adults.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full Mouth Rehabilitation involve not only replacement of the lost tooth structure but also restoring the lost vertical dimensions.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation corrects imperfections in bite position and enhances the appearance of the smile. Anyone with short, worn teeth or those that are chipped and broken throughout the mouth would be an excellent candidate. Combining the science of Neuromuscular Dentistry with the artistry of Cosmetic Dentistry, Full Mouth Rehabilitation creates a smile that is functional, comfortable and beautiful.

Neuromuscular Dentistry measures and determines the optimal position of the jaw. Once determined, the jaw position is corrected with the use of an orthotic (a virtually invisible appliance that fits over the top of the lower teeth, gently repositioning the jaw) or the application of dental restorations, including porcelain veneers, crowns or onlays. As an added benefit, the restorations are exceptionally attractive and strong, enhancing the smile beautifully.

Cosmetic Makeovers

Cosmetic dentistry is the focus on esthetic dental procedures that beautify one's smile.

Cosmetic Makeover is the process of improving the appearance of a person's teeth, gums and smile. The procedures that are performed are a blend of science and art that improve the natural appearance of your smile that make you look and feel good.

Cosmetic Makeover procedures differ from general dentistry or restorative dentistry procedures in that they are elected as opposed to required. Cosmetic Makeover has the added dimension of art as well as combining the oral health benefits of general and restorative dentistry to give patients the smile they have dreamed of. A Cosmetic Dentists should be skilled in providing all types of cosmetic and restorative dentistry procedures such as smile makeovers, teeth whitening, orthodontics such as braces or Invisalign, dental implants and bonding, dentures, veneers and more.

The latest advancements in dental technology have allowed cosmetic dentists to utilize materials that are both durable and esthetically pleasing. The amount of additional training cosmetic dentists undergo allows them to blend both art and science into smiles that are healthy and beautiful. Materials such as porcelain or composite materials are closely matched to resemble the look and feel of your original teeth, giving a natural appearance of your teeth and smile that enhance one's oral appearance.

Cosmetic Makeover has also taken leaps in utilizing less invasive techniques that conserve as much natural tooth as possible. These practices combined with advancements in natural-looking, tooth-colored dental materials make today's cosmetic dental treatments more durable and predictable than in years past. In addition to these advancements many cosmetic dentists are available to perform many procedures in-office that used to require referrals to other specialists. The need for patients to see multiple dental care providers and experience multiple trips has been replaced by more convenient and advanced procedures and has reduced recovery time.


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