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A first hand knowledge of the procedures you are to undergo or a basic overview of basic dental procedures is always helpful. Click on the links below to educate yourself on some of them

Child’s Teeth

Child's Teeth

Child's Teeth

With proper personal and professional dental care, your child could keep his primary dentition and thus permanent dentition all his life, as NATURE INTENDED. You will find all your queries about your child’s teeth answered here, in case of any other queries please feel free to contact the Paediatric dentist.

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Cleaning

cleaning

cleaning

With proper personal and professional dental care, your child could keep his primary dentition and thus permanent dentition all his life, as NATURE INTENDED. You will find all your queries about your child’s teeth answered here, in case of any other queries please feel free to contact the Paediatric dentist.

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Dental Care For Senior Citizens

Dental Care For Senior Citizens

Dental Care For Senior Citizens

Your mouth and teeth require the same amount of quality health care as the rest of your system. Moreover, taking care of your oral health (mouth and teeth) is as important to seniors as it is to kids. Neglecting your oral health can be a potential road to developing totally unnecessary diseases within your system.

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Dental Visits

Dental Visit

Dental Visit

Regular dental visits are essential for maintaining good oral health. Yet, millions of adults experience sufficient anxiety at the thought of an upcoming dental visit that they needless to worry about, postpone, or avoid seeing their dentist.
If, like most people, you experience some degree of anxiety when it comes to seeing your dentist, the following suggestions can help you…

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First Dental Visit Of A Child

First Child Visit

First Child Visit

Dental Health is a right of each and every child! The parents and the dentist/pediatric dentist have to share the responsibility of delivering good preventive and therapeutic care to children.
The dental care is a continuous process, which starts in womb (in expectant mothers) and continues lifelong! The dental management of children starts with

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Gum Disease

Gum Disease

Gum Disease

Some early warning signs of 8impending gum disease are: Red, swollen or tender gums. Gums that bleed while brushing Pus between teeth and gums. Change in the way teeth fit together.

Loose or shifting teeth. Bad breath or bad taste. Advanced gum disease, referred to as periodontitis, may require surgery to save teeth.

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Implants

Implant

Implant

Conventional dentures only replace the visible section of the tooth, i.e. the natural crown. Healthy adjacent teeth have to be ground down to hold the denture in place.

What a shame – especially as it’s not really necessary! Implants are natural alternatives and like nature, take a holistic approach to solving problems. They replace both the crown and root of the tooth.

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Pregnancy and Oral Hygiene

Pregnancy and Oral Hygiene

Pregnancy and Oral Hygiene

When you’re pregnant, you know how important it is to take special care of your body. However, you should also know that pregnancy is a time to take extra special care of your teeth

and gums. That’s because hormonal changes in your body during pregnancy can increase your chances of developing gum disease.

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Root Canal

Root Canal

Root Canal

Root Canal treatment is a treatment for a tooth that has abscessed or become infected, which means a pus-filled sac has formed at the root of a tooth. When is Root Canal used? This treatment is the most commonly accepted therapy for an abscessed tooth. This procedure cleans out dead or dying nerve tissue and infection if any, from the inside of a tooth. This tooth then can remain in the mouth.

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Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Who does not want a bright, white, radiant smile that lightens up the whole face? Dental surveys show that 80% of people would like to have whiter teeth. Today, the answer is TeethWhitening through a simple and safe procedure called Dental Bleaching. Bleaching lightens and brightens teeth and is tough on stains but gentle on your teeth.

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Tooth Decay

Tooth Decay

Tooth Decay

A healthy mouth usually fights tooth decay successfully. The mouth contains protective bacteria and is bathed in saliva which neutralizes acids, remineralizes teeth and washes away food particles. However, if this balance is disturbed, harmful bacteria cab cause tooth decay.

Tooth decay refers to an area on a tooth that has been destroyed by acid created by bacteria in dental plaque. Plaque is a sticky material made of mucus, saliva, food particles and bacteria. Even after a thorough cleaning, plaque begins to form within hours.

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wisdom_teethWisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth (the third molars) are supposed to erupt by 18 years of age. Due to the process of evolution and change in diet from raw uncooked food to soft and cooked food habits the

jaws are progressively becoming short in length. So, third molars (the last ones to erupt) may not have enough space in the jaw. They may not erupt and get locked against the

neighbouring teeth. These are called impacted teeth.

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Bad Breath

Bad Breath

Bad Breath

Bad breath is one of those unpleasant social embarrassments tha cuses endless anxiety, but it can be controlled or treated successfully. Halitosis is the medical terms for bad or foul

smelly breath. It is such a common complaint that nearly all adults, those with poor oral hygiene, suffer from it at some time in their lives.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

A variety of options are currently available to suit most conditions. Some of the commonly used cosmetic options available include..
Bleaching
Bonding
Crown
Veneers
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Sensitive Teeth

Sensitive Teeth

Sensitive Teeth

Wrong or aggressive brushing can wear down the protective tooth enamel causing the teeth to become sensitive. Wrong or aggressive brushing can wear down the protective tooth

enamel causing the teeth to become sensitive.

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Good Oral Health

Good Oral Health

Tips for maintaining Good Oral health

Brushing of teeth at least 2-3 times a day is a must to keep your mouth healthy.
Rinse after eating at all times to help cleanse leftovers.
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