Dental Checkups

The golden rule is to have a routine dental check up every 6 months. Your dentist will be able to advise you whether you need scaling/fillings or not. He will also advise you on the correct home care for healthy teeth.

Good oral hygiene prevents, and is vital to the treatment of many of the dental and oral disorders. Good oral hygiene results in a healthy mouth.

Strong, healthy teeth help you chew the right foods to help you grow. They help you speak clearly. And yes, they help you look your best.

Scaling & Polishing

Scaling is one such procedure that keeps your gums healthy and firm. It is a procedure used to remove infected deposits like plaque, calculus and stains from the tooth surfaces. Such deposits, if not removed by scaling, cause infection and loosening of the gums, ultimately leading to pyorrhoea and tooth loss. Scaling is a safe and routine procedure and does not damage the tooth surface in any way.

Plaque formation on the teeth is a continuous process. If this is not removed by brushing it starts mineralizing into tartar within 10-14 hours. Henceforth it require periodic scaling, every 6 months or so.

Teeth Fillings

Filling procedures including

  • Dental cavities - "white fillings"
  • Replacing metal fillings
  • Repairing broken teeth
  • Chipped teeth
  • Closing gaps between teeth
  • Reshaping teeth


This is the ultimate in a cosmetic dental make-over. Many cosmetic dental problems can be permanently resolved with porcelain veneers. Whether you have chipped, gapped, stained or mis-aligned teeth, this is the answer. This wafer-thin porcelain is form-fitted to each individual problem tooth. As strong as one's own teeth, these veneers resist future discoloration and chipping. Only two or more visits are required to have the perfect smile.

Teeth Whitening or Bleaching

Everybody loves a bright white smile, and there are a variety of products and procedures available to help you improve the look of yours. If you decide you would like to go beyond to make your smile look brighter, you should investigate all of your options. You can take several approaches to whiten your smile, including at-home bleaching, or in office whitening in just over an hour using blue light technology.

Advanced Whitening is one of the safest, quickest and most effective techniques in tooth whitening available today. During the Advanced Whitening procedure the teeth are coated with a whitening gel that contains balanced hydrogen peroxide. The teeth are then exposed to a light that activates the whitening process. The tooth whitening procedure usually takes an hour and dramatically whitens teeth.

Root Canal Treatment

Root Canal Treatment is the procedure done to preserve the infected tooth.

Root Canal Treatment is necessary when the pulp, the soft tissue inside the root canal, becomes inflamed or infected. The inflammation or infection can have a variety of causes: deep decay, repeated dental procedures on the tooth, or a crack or chip in the tooth. In addition, an injury to a tooth may cause pulp damage even if the tooth has no visible chips or cracks. If pulp inflammation or infection is left untreated, it can cause pain or lead to an abscess.

In the treatment, the inflamed or infected pulp, carefully cleaned and shape the canal, a channel inside the root, then fills and seals the space. Afterwards, you will return to your dentist, who will place a crown on the tooth to protect and restore it to full function. After restoration, the tooth continues to function like any other tooth.

Crown & Bridges

A crown can make your tooth stronger and improve its appearance. It can cover and support a tooth with a large filling when there aren’t enough teeth left. It can be used to attach a bridge, protect a weak tooth from breaking or restore one that's already broken. A crown is a good way to cover teeth that are discolored or badly shaped. It's also used to cover a dental implant. If we recommend a crown, it's probably to correct one of these conditions. Our primary concern, like yours, is helping you keep your teeth healthy and your smile bright -- literally, your crowning glory.

If you're missing one or more teeth, you may notice a difference in chewing and speaking. Bridges help maintain the shape of your face, as well as alleviating the stress in your bite by replacing missing teeth. Sometimes called a fixed partial denture, a bridge replaces missing teeth with artificial teeth, looks great, and literally bridges the gap where one or more teeth may have been. Unlike a removable bridge, which you can take out and clean, a fixed bridge can only be removed by a dentist.


Dental implants are replacement tooth roots. Implants provide a strong foundation for fixed (permanent) or removable replacement teeth that are made to match your natural teeth.

There are many advantages to dental implants, including:

  • Improved appearance. Dental implants look and feel like your own teeth. And because they are designed to fuse with bone, they become permanent.
  • Improved speech. With poor-fitting dentures, the teeth can slip within the mouth causing you to mumble or slur your words. Dental implants allow you to speak without the worry that teeth might slip.
  • Improved comfort. Because they become part of you, implants eliminate the discomfort of removable dentures.
  • Easier eating. Sliding dentures can make chewing difficult. Dental implants function like your own teeth, allowing you to eat your favorite foods with confidence and without pain..
  • Improved self-esteem. Dental implants can give you back your smile and help you feel better about yourself.
  • Improved oral health. Dental implants don't require reducing other teeth, as a tooth-supported bridge does. Because nearby teeth are not altered to support the implant, more of your own teeth are left intact, improving long-term oral health. Individual implants also allow easier access between teeth, improving oral hygiene.
  • Durability. Implants are very durable and will last many years. With good care, many implants last a lifetime.
  • Convenience. Removable dentures are just that; removable. Dental implants eliminate the embarrassing inconvenience of removing dentures, as well as the need for messy adhesives to keep them in place. In most cases, anyone healthy enough to undergo a routine dental extraction or oral surgery can be considered for a dental implant. If you are considering implants for yourself, talk to your dentist.


Implant Supported Dentures:

An implant-supported denture is a type of overdenture that is supported by and attached to implants. A regular denture rests on the gums, and is not supported by implants.

An implant-supported denture is used when a person doesn't have any teeth in the jaw, but has enough bone in the jaw to support implants. An implant-supported denture has special attachments that snap onto attachments on the implants. Implant-supported dentures usually are made for the lower jaw because regular dentures tend to be less stable there. Usually, a regular denture made to fit an upper jaw is quite stable on its own and doesn't need the extra support offered by implants. However, you can receive an implant-supported denture in either the upper or lower jaw.

You should remove an implant-supported denture daily to clean the denture and gum area. Just as with regular dentures, you should not sleep with the implant-supported dentures at night. Some people prefer to have fixed (permanent) crown and bridgework in their mouths that can't be removed. Your dentist will consider your particular needs and preferences when suggesting fixed or removable options.

Complete Denture

Complete dentures can be either "conventional" or "immediate." Made after the teeth have been removed and the gum tissue has begun to heal, a conventional denture is ready for placement in the mouth about eight to 12 weeks after the teeth have been removed.

Unlike conventional dentures, immediate dentures are made in advance and can be positioned as soon as the teeth are removed. As a result, the wearer does not have to be without teeth during the healing period. However, bones and gums shrink over time, especially during the healing period following tooth removal. Therefore a disadvantage of immediate dentures compared with conventional dentures is that they require more adjustments to fit properly during the healing process and generally should only be considered a temporary solution until conventional dentures can be made.

Partial Denture

A removable partial denture or bridge usually consists of replacement teeth attached to a pink or gum-colored plastic base, which is connected by metal framework that holds the denture in place in the mouth. Partial dentures are used when one or more natural teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw. A fixed (permanent) bridge replaces one or more teeth by placing crowns on the teeth on either side of the space and attaching artificial teeth to them. This "bridge" is then cemented into place. Not only does a partial denture fill in the spaces created by missing teeth, it prevents other teeth from changing position. A precision partial denture is removable and has internal attachments rather than clasps that attach to the adjacent crowns. This is a more natural-looking appliance.

Flexible Dentures

Flexible dentures, sometimes called soft dentures, offer a solution to the pain and discomfort caused by hard acrylic against the soft tissue of your gums. Standard dentures can be adjusted to have a softer, flexible lining. Their inner coating of soft dentures is made of flexible resin that is non-porous so that bacteria cannot thrive on them. This resin is longer lasting than normal dentures. Instead of being held in place with small metal clips they attach to your mouth by hooking into the undercut of the gum ridge. It is the flexible resin part of the denture that hooks into the undercut of the gum ridge reducing the friction between your gums and the hard base of the denture. By hooking into the gum ridge rather than clipping over teeth movement is reduced when chewing tough foods and because there is no adhesive required flexible dentures can adjust to the idiosyncrasies of your mouth with more ease – rather than rubbing up against any irregular ridges in your mouth and causing blisters and sores.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full-mouth rehabilitation, sometimes called reconstruction or rejuvenation is the individual recreation of each tooth in a mouth. Full-mouth rehabilitation is needed when the teeth are worn down, broken, missing or if you experience pain in the jaw joint, headaches, back pain, muscle tenderness or clicking or popping of the jaw, then you should consider this procedure, causing problems in both the bite and appearance of the mouth.

Full mouth rehabilitation utilizes current technologies to reshape and rebuild one’s teeth, gums and surrounding areas. One or several procedures may be necessary to obtain the effects desired. The end result is an enhanced appearance that allows the patient to enjoy the confidence and attractiveness you have always desired.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation corrects imperfections in bite position and enhances the appearance of your 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.

Using advanced technology, we measure your jaw's muscle function in both stressed and relaxed positions. If an imbalance is determined, we will decide whether to treat with dental restorations. We will use beautiful porcelain restorations, dental crowns, dental veneers or onlays that can raise or lower the bite to achieve the most comfortable jaw position. With this correction, you experience decreased or eliminated pain and discomfort, and better overall health and function.

Orthodontic Treatment:

It is concerned with diagnosing abnormalities in the development of the face, teeth and jaws. Dentist assesses the extent of the development problems and then plan ways to prevent or correct these issues using a variety of orthodontic treatments and tools. Most orthodontic corrections are performed using a variety of braces. This dental appliance is fixed to your teeth and corrects growth problems by applying gentle but constant pressure to your teeth. Due to innovations in dentistry, there are more kinds of braces than ever before, some fixed, and others removable. Braces are often used in children as the developing muscles of the face and mouth can be used to successfully correct problems with the jaws. Orthodontic procedures aren't just used to correct serious dental issues, but also for aesthetic purposes. A patient's smile can often be improved by straightening or repositioning the teeth so that they match the arch of the mouth. In many cases, orthodontic treatment can help with both aesthetic issues and growth or development problems.

Tooth Jewellery:

By Placement of tooth jewellery, patients smile can be made more pleasing, appealing, and aesthetic. Tooth gems are available in different colours- crystal clear, sapphire blue, ruby red and different sizes. Tooth jewels are also available as pure gold and precious stones like diamonds, sapphires and rubies in different shapes like diamond, star, triangle, heart shape, drop and round shapes.

Tooth jewellery doesn’t interfere with oral hygiene maintenance.

Cosmetic Makeovers

If you're not happy with the colour, length or shape of your teeth then you might consider undergoing a smile makeover. Cosmetic dentistry treatments which aims to improve the appearance of your smile; There are a number of different treatments which can be used to create a smile makeover, depending on the needs of the patient.

Cosmetic dentistry is an increasingly popular industry which recognises that exterior well being can be just as important as internal dental health. Cosmetic dentistry refers to a number of recent innovations such as teeth whitening, veneers, gum-lifts and tooth reshaping. Whilst these won't always improve your oral health they will greatly influence the appearance of your teeth and can help you to feel more confident and happier with your appearance. Cosmetic dentistry procedures range from minimal dental procedures such as choosing alternative materials for fillings to extended procedures such as full mouth reconstructions.

Wedding Makeovers

We are dedicated to helping you to achieve the perfect smile for your wedding day. Our range of cosmetic dentistry and facial rejuvenation treatments have been designed to ensure that you walk down the aisle on your big day, looking and feeling your absolute best.

Our extensive range of facial cosmetic services includes:

  • Teeth whitening
  • Lumineer porcelain veneers for the perfect wedding smile makeover.
  • Snap-on Smile treatments.
  • Ceramic crowns
  • Invisalign invisible braces.
  • Changing silver fillings to White fillings

Paediatric Dentistry

It deals with children from birth through adolescence. This discipline focuses on pediatric/adolescent growth and development, disease causality and prevention, child psychology and management, and all aspects of the highly-specialized Paediatric restorative techniques and modalities.

Paediatric Dentistry places special importance in preventing tooth decay. It work toward the maintenance of primary teeth (baby teeth) until they are naturally lost. This is due to the importance they serve in permitting children to chew properly and therefore maintain good nutrition, their role in speech development, and the maintenance of space for the eventual eruption of the permanent teeth.

Preventive Dentistry:

Sealants are resins or plastic materials which are usually applied on to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth i.e. molars and premolars. These materials flow into the natural grooves and pits, and seal them, thus protecting these susceptible areas from decay.

Professional fluoride applications at regular intervals help strengthen tooth enamel against cavities.

Treatment of Dental Decay

Decay can be caused due to a multitude of reasons such as improper maintenance, tooth position, diet habits etc. Once decayed the tooth can be treated using a suitable filling material to replace the lost portion of the tooth. If the tooth has extensive damage, a root canal treatment and/or a crown may be advised. Sometimes if the tooth is not salvageable an extraction may be advised.

Space Maintenance

These are devices used to maintain the space of a prematurely lost or extracted primary tooth until its permanent tooth is ready for eruption in its place.

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

An impacted tooth remains stuck in gum tissue or bone for various reasons. It may be that the area is just overcrowded and there's no room for the teeth to emerge. For example, the jaw may be too small to fit the wisdom teeth. Teeth may also become twisted, tilted, or displaced as they try to emerge, resulting in impacted teeth. Impacted wisdom teeth are very common.

An impacted tooth pushes on the next tooth, which pushes the next tooth, eventually causing a misalignment of the bite. A partially emerged tooth can trap food, plaque, and other debris in the soft tissue around it, leading to inflammation and tenderness of the gums and unpleasant mouth odour. This is called pericoronitis.

Removal of the tooth (extraction) is the usual treatment for an impacted tooth.

Gums Surgery

You may need surgery for severe gum disease (periodontitis) if it cannot be cured with antibiotics or root planing and scaling. Types of surgery include:

  • Gingivectomy: A gingivectomy removes and reshapes loose, diseased gum tissue to get rid of pockets between the teeth and gums.
  • Flap procedure: A flap procedure cleans the roots of a tooth and repairs bone damage caused by gum disease.

Other procedures may be needed to repair badly damaged gums:

  • A graft moves healthy gum tissue from one part of the mouth to another.
  • Guided tissue regeneration places a special lining between the gums and bone. The lining helps bone grow back and helps the gums reattach to the bone.

Gum Graft Surgery

Exposed tooth roots are the result of gum recession. Gum graft surgery will repair the defect and help to prevent additional recession and bone loss.

Gum grafts can be used to cover roots or develop gum tissue where absent due to excessive gingival recession. During gum graft surgery, your dentist takes gum tissue from your palate or another donor source to cover the exposed root. This can be done for one tooth or several teeth to even your gum line and reduce sensitivity. A gum graft can reduce further recession and bone loss. In some cases, it can cover exposed roots to protect them from decay. This may reduce tooth sensitivity and improve esthetics of your smile. Whether you have a gum graft to improve function or esthetics, patients often receive the benefits of both: a beautiful new smile and improved periodontal health – your keys to smiling, eating and speaking with comfort and confidence.

Flap Surgery

Your bone and gum tissue should fit snugly around your teeth like a turtleneck around your neck. When you have periodontal disease, this supporting tissue and bone is destroyed, forming "pockets" around the teeth.

Over time, these pockets become deeper, providing a larger space for bacteria to live. As bacteria develop around the teeth, they can accumulate and advance under the gum tissue. These deep pockets collect even more bacteria, resulting in further bone and tissue loss. Eventually, if too much bone is lost, the teeth will need to be extracted.

During this procedure, the gum tissue is folds back and remove the disease-causing bacteria before securing the tissue into place. In some cases, irregular surfaces of the damaged bone are smoothed to limit areas where disease-causing bacteria can hide. This allows the gum tissue to better reattach to healthy bone.

Reducing pocket depth and eliminating existing bacteria are important to prevent damage caused by the progression of periodontal disease and to help you maintain a healthy smile. Eliminating bacteria alone may not be sufficient to prevent disease recurrence. Deeper pockets are more difficult for you and your dental care professional to clean, so it's important for you to reduce them. Reduced pockets and a combination of daily oral hygiene and professional maintenance care increase your chances of keeping your natural teeth – and decrease the chance of serious health problems associated with periodontal disease.

Laser Dentistry

Laser is used for the following application:

  • Gingivectomy
  • Gingivoplasty
  • Soft tissue crown lengthening (a gingivectomy procedure)
  • Excisional and incisional biopsies (a gingivectomy procedure)
  • Frenectomy and frenotomy (similar to a gingivectomy procedure)
  • Gingival incisions and excisions (a gingivectomy procedure)
  • Hemostatic assistance
  • Incising and draining of abscesses
  • Oral Papillectomy (a gingivectomy procedure)
  • Reduction of denture hyperplasia (a gingivectomy procedure)
  • Reduction of drug- induced gingival hypertrophy (a gingivectomy procedure)
  • Removal of post- surgical granulations (post-surgical touchups)
  • Second stage recovery of implants (gingivectomy surround an implant)

Laser dentistry eliminates many of the common complaints of traditional dentistry. Natural-looking fillings for cavities can be cured in minutes and patients can eat immediately afterwards.

Here are some of the major benefits associated with laser dentistry

  • Procedures performed using dental lasers may not require sutures.
  • Certain laser dentistry procedures do not require anaesthesia.
  • Laser dentistry minimizes bleeding because the high-energy light beam aids in the clotting (coagulation) of exposed blood vessels, thus inhibiting blood loss.
  • Bacterial infections are minimized because the high-energy beam sterilizes the area being worked on.
  • Damage to surrounding tissue is minimized.
  • Wounds heal faster and tissues can be regenerated.

Dimple Creation / Dimple Makeover

It is possible to surgically create permanent dimples, and the surgical procedure to create dimples is simple and under just local anaesthesia.

To create a dimple, a small painless incision is made in the inside of your cheek. There is no incision or scar on the outside skin. A small absorbable suture is passed through the inside of the cheek and catches the under surface of the skin where the dimple is desired. When this suture is tied it causes a dimpling in the overlying skin. At first there is a dimple present even without smiling, but after several days, or sometimes a few weeks, the dimple is only present while smiling or moving the face.

The dimple surgery takes about 20 minutes to perform and you can go home right away after the procedure. To Know more or to add dimples on your cheeks contact us……