October 30, 2018 AdminRegular Dentistry

What are implants?

Natural teeth are made up of the upper visible part known as the crown and lower part known as the root. The roots of teeth are embedded into the jawbone and are not seen.

A dental implant also comprises of parts similar to the natural tooth. The root portion of the dental implant is made up of the titanium material which is easily compatible with the jaw bone and strong enough to withstand chewing forces. Titanium has a special quality of fusing with the bone, known as ‘osseo-integration’.

Implant procedure can be done for Single or Multiple Tooth Replacement

Who can get implants?

If you have got single or multiple teeth removed you can go for dental implants. The dentist will assess your general health fitness and the strength of your gums. A full mouth x-ray will be taken to check the condition of your jawbones. If the dentist finds that all the necessary requirements are met, we can go ahead for implants.

What does the implant procedure comprise of?

The entire procedure requires 8-10 sessions approximately. At our clinic, we have the best team of implantologist who will guide you through the process.


September 10, 2018 AdminRegular Dentistry

The benefit of laser dentistry is that it offers a much less invasive alternative to many procedures. The light energy that is emitted from lasers results in a shortened and almost painless healing period. This option is commonly available for the treatment of benign tumours, cold sores, crown lengthening, decay removal, gummy smile changes, dental fillings, tongue tie and speech impediment improvements, nerve regeneration for damaged nerves and blood vessels and scars, certain conditions related to tooth sensitivity.


September 10, 2018 AdminRegular Dentistry

Traditionally, dentists use an instrument they call the “explorer” to find cavities. That’s the instrument they poke around within your mouth during a checkup. When it “sticks” in a tooth, they look closer to see if they find decay.
Many dentists are now switching to the diode laser, a higher-tech option for detecting and removing cavities. The laser can be used to determine if there is decay in the tooth. The dentist can then choose to watch the tooth, comparing the levels at the next visit, or advise that the cavity be removed and the tooth filled.

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