Full Mouth Digital X-Rays (OPG)
Dentists use radiographs (X-Rays) to find hidden dental structures, malignant or benign masses, bone loss, and cavities.

Dental Implants
What, Who, Why & How of Dental Implants
A dental implant is the artificial replacement of the root of a natural tooth. The dental implant is made from titanium, which is a bio-inert material, and provides a strong foundation for teeth.
Anyone who needs to replace a tooth and is medically fit.
There are many reasons for replacing a tooth. Here’s a quick list : fractures, cavities, periodontal disease, bone loss, loose teeth, crooked teeth, painful teeth, swollen gums, missing teeth, loss of support, failed dental work, poor fitting partial or complete dentures, injury or trauma, born without teeth, or medical problems.
To place dental implants, the implantologist places the titanium implant in the bone under local anaesthesia. After three to four months when the implant has also osseoointegrated, we uncover the implant and take impressions. Once the tissue has heel we give the final prosthetic tooth. In some cases, we give immediate tooth after implant placement.
Top 10 Reasons to Get Dental Implants
  1. No more missing teeth
  2. No more cavities
  3. No more dentures
  4. No more denture adhesive
  5. Easy to maintain
  6. Simple surgical procedure
  7. Fast recovery
  8. Custom crafted, natural-looking teeth
  9. Walk out the same day with a new tooth
  10. Teeth that will last for decades

Cosmetic Smile Designing
A smile makeover is the process of improving the appearance of the smile through one or more cosmetic dentistry procedures, such as dental veneers, composite bonding, dental implants and teeth whitening.
Smile Makeover Considerations
Some aspects of your smile that your cosmetic dentist will review with you and which could be improved with a smile makeover include the following:

Cosmetic Filling
Cosmetic Filling is another name for white fillings in the front teeth which are used as a relatively simple method of disguising small defects such as chipped or crooked teeth or gaps between teeth.
The procedure involves preparing your teeth with an etching solution which we simply paint on, and then applying the tooth-colored filling material (resin) to your teeth. We carefully shape the resin to give it a natural appearance, and bond it into place. This procedure does not usually need a local anesthetic.

Diastema Closure
A diastema is a space between the front teeth, diastemas are often closed by orthodontic alignment of the teeth into contact. Orthodontic treatment uses brackets and wires to place pressure on the teeth and gradually realign them into a more desirable position. After the braces and wires are removed the person must wear a plastic retainer for several months to hold his or her new smile in place.

Peg Lateral
Peg lateral teeth, or peg lateral incisors, are terms used to describe a condition where the lateral incisors (the second tooth on either side of the front teeth) are undersized and appear smaller than normal. This situation occurs when the permanent lateral incisors do not fully develop. Sometimes, the permanent adult lateral incisor teeth do not develop at all, leaving only the baby teeth (primary or deciduous teeth) in their place. A true peg lateral incisor is a term reserved for the under-developed adult permanent tooth that erupts after the deciduous tooth has been lost.

There are several ways to treat and correct this condition. If the roots are strong but the visible teeth are undersized, the peg lateral incisors can be covered with porcelain crowns or porcelain veneers. Porcelain veneers are the most common treatment for peg lateral incisors, and require little or no tooth preparation. A porcelain shell is simply bonded over the smaller peg laterals making the teeth appear normal in size.

The second method is to remove the weak tooth and replace it with an all porcelain or porcelain-fused-to-gold bridge. When the bridge is constructed, the tooth on either side of the space where the peg lateral was is prepared for a crown. An impression is taken and sent to a dental laboratory, and a final bridge is returned to the dentist and inserted at a second visit. During the time period while the bridge is being fabricated at the laboratory, a temporary plastic bridge is placed in the mouth to provide function and cosmetic improvement for the missing tooth. When the final bridge is returned, the temporary plastic bridge is removed and replaced with the permanent porcelain bridge.

The third method is to remove the weak tooth and replace it with a dental implant.

Enamel Shaping
Enamel Shaping (Contouring) is the process of shaping natural teeth to improve their appearance. Shaping can be used to correct minor cases of crowded or overlapping teeth, smooth rough edges, or make small adjustments to the shape of a tooth. No anaesthesia is necessary!
Before This patient has a small notch in three of her four front teeth.

After Minor contouring (shaping) of the enamel makes her teeth smooth and natural looking!

Porcelain Veneer
A porcelain veneer is a thin shell of porcelain that is bonded onto the front surface of a tooth so to improve its cosmetic appearance.
A porcelain veneer can be an ideal way to make a cosmetic change for a tooth. Compared to dental bonding, porcelain veneers usually look more lifelike and they have the added benefit of resisting staining well.
The chemical bond between porcelain and enamel creates a translucent, tooth-shaded unit with perfect natural aesthetics. Even a dentist can have difficulty telling veneered teeth from untreated ones.

Lip Repositioning (Gummy Smile Correction)
Lip repositioning is a procedure that is appropriate for patients with a prominent upper jaw. These kinds of patients have an excessive amount of gum tissue that is exposed while smiling often referred to as a “gummy” smile. During this surgery the upper lip is repositioned below its original location. In a severe case, the cosmetic dentist may need to reposition the lip in addition to Esthetic Crown Lengthening to create a dream smile for the patient.

Crown & Bridge
A crown is used to entirely cover or "cap" a damaged tooth. Besides strengthening a damaged tooth, a crown can be used to improve its appearance, shape or alignment. A crown can also be placed on top of an implant to provide a tooth-like shape and structure for function.
Bridges are commonly used to replace one or more missing teeth. They span the space where the teeth are missing. Bridges are cemented to the natural teeth or implants surrounding the empty space.

Dental Tooth Jewellery
Tooth jewellery is a Swarovski crystal applied on tooth without any drilling procedures. It is not at all harmful for teeth and lasts upto 6 months. It helps to improve face value and important for personality development. Various colours and sizes of crystals are available for enhancing your beautiful smile.

Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment is the removal of the infected soft tissue within the tooth and its replacement by an artificial inert ‘filling’ material. This procedure basically saves the tooth and eliminates dental pain. You many need root canal for any of these reasons:
  • Persistent toothache
  • Decay of teeth or cavities which are deep
  • Tooth becoming darker after an injury or trauma
  • Swelling of gum near the tooth
  • Tender gums or teeth
Root Canal Treatment is a speciality of an endodontics who has done a university post graduate speciality program in endodontics.

Teeth Whitening
Looking for sparkling white teeth?We transform dull yellowish teeth into brilliant white in less than 45 mins. Teeth whitening is the most popular procedure in cosmetic dentistry. It is quick, safe & effective.

Bone Grafting
Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that places new bone or a replacement material into spaces between or around broken bone (fractures) or in holes in bone (defects) to aid in healing. Bone grafts are used for facial or cranial reconstruction.

Fiber Splinting of Mobile / Shaky Teeth
Splinting teeth with composite materials is a process whereby the teeth that are loose or weakened are joined together to increase their strength. This unique system offers a technology of resin impregnation and three choices of fiber strips. The different treated fiber configurations provide flexibility, in addition to substantial strength and ease of placement.

Orthodontic Treatment (Braces)
Orthodontic treatment involves prevention & correction of misaligned teeth & jaws for good dental health & cosmetic reasons.
Severely misaligned teeth can cause numerous problems likes snoring, sleep apnea& other breathing problems. Besides dental irregularities may cause insecurity & low self esteem, which can affect a person's ability to chew & speak.
Different types of problems & their treatment
  • Proclination
  • Misaligned and Crowding
  • Cross Bite
  • Spacing
  • Narrow Jaw
  • Open Bite
Different types of treatment available

Kids Dentistry
Kids Dentistry includes following procedure:

Fluoride Varnish
Fluoride varnish provides the most effective way of topical fluoride application on a child’s teeth. Fluoride varnishes prevent and even reverse early childhood caries. They have proven efficacy in reducing cavities in both primary and permanent teeth. A fluoride varnish is a professionally applied adherent material which consists of high concentration of fluoride in fast drying, alcohol based solutions of natural varnishes.

Pit & Fissure Sealants
The top surfaces of your teeth - where the chewing takes place - aren't smooth and flat. They are cris-crossed with tiny hills and valleys - called pits and fissures. These are places where plaque can build up safe from your toothbrush and dental floss. Some of the pits and fissures are so narrow that even a single bristle from your toothbrush can't get deep enough to clean them out.
One method of preventing cavities from developing in the pits and fissures is to seal them off with a special varnish called a pit and fissure sealant

Tooth Colored Fillings
Tooth Coloured Fillings is a dental restorative material used to restore the function, integrity and morphology of missing tooth structure.

Removal of Impacted Teeth
When teeth grow in sideways, emerge only part way from the gum or remain trapped below the gum line, it can cause a lot of pain and dental problems. Dental surgery may be recommended to remove one or more impacted teeth. Wisdom teeth are the most common teeth to become impacted, but other teeth can become impacted, too.