It’s generally recommended to have a dental checkup and professional cleaning every six months. However, your dentist may recommend more frequent visits if you have specific dental issue.

Good oral hygiene at home involves brushing your teeth at least twice a day, using fluoride toothpaste, flossing daily, and rinsing with an antimicrobial mouthwash. It’s also important to maintain a balanced diet and avoid excessive sugary or acidic foods and drinks.

Good oral hygiene, a balanced diet, and regular dental checkups are key to preventing these issues. Avoid sugary and acidic foods, and practice proper brushing and flossing techniques.

Any toothpaste with fluoride is generally recommended to help prevent tooth decay and strengthen enamel. You can choose based on your specific needs, such as sensitivity or whitening.

Plaque is a soft, sticky film of bacteria that forms on your teeth. It can lead to tooth decay and gum disease if not removed through proper oral care.

Flossing should be done once a day to remove food particles and plaque from between your teeth.

Electric toothbrushes can be more effective at removing plaque and can be a good choice for people with dexterity issues. However, a manual toothbrush used correctly can also be effective.

Dental X-rays emit very low levels of radiation and are generally considered safe. Dentists use lead aprons and modern technology to minimize exposure.

Bleeding gums can be a sign of gum disease or improper oral care. It’s important to see a dentist to determine the cause.

Your first dental visit typically involves a comprehensive examination, including X-rays, and a discussion of your oral health history. Your dentist will develop a treatment plan if needed.

We provide most dental services, which include cleanings, fillings, extractions, root canals, dental implants, full mouth rebabilitation, wisdom tooth extraction, gum treatment, invisible braces, and many more.

Dentists aim to minimize discomfort, and modern techniques and anesthesia make procedures relatively pain-free. However, some discomfort may be normal during certain treatments.

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Teeth whitening can be done professionally at our clinic. It’s essential to follow your dentist’s recommendations to ensure safety and effectiveness.

Mouthwash or rinse can be a helpful addition to your oral hygiene routine. They can freshen your breath, kill bacteria, and provide some protection against gum disease and tooth decay. Look for a mouthwash with fluoride to strengthen enamel and an antimicrobial mouthwash to combat bacteria. However, it’s not a substitute for brushing and flossing, which are essential for effective plaque removal.

Early signs of dental issues may include:

  • Tooth sensitivity to hot or cold
  • Gum bleeding or tenderness
  • Persistent bad breath
  • Toothache or pain
  • Visible cavities or dark spots on your teeth
  • Swollen or receding gums
  • Changes in the color or texture of the tongue or mouth tissues

Dental exams are crucial for several reasons:

  • Early Detection: Regular checkups allow your dentist to catch dental issues in their early stages, making them easier and less costly to treat.
  • Preventative Care: Dental exams include professional cleanings, which help remove plaque and prevent cavities and gum disease.
  • Oral Cancer Screening: Dentists also check for signs of oral cancer during exams.
  • Personalized Advice: Dentists can provide personalized advice on oral hygiene and diet to maintain good oral health.
  • Address Concerns: If you have any concerns or questions about your oral health, a dental exam is an opportunity to address them with a professional.

Regular dental exams are essential for maintaining good oral health and catching any problems early, before they become more serious and costly to treat.

Yes. We provide a Profound Numbing Guarantee, an assurance that your treatment will be a pain-free and comfortable experience. If you do begin to feel pain, we’ll immediately pause the treatment to administer more anesthetic and only continue when we’re confident that you’ll be comfortable.

Our clinic is purpose-built to accommodate your entire family on the same day. We regularly treat patients of all ages and take the time to understand their unique dental and medical histories before providing treatment. Most of our patients consider us their primary dentists to schedule routine dental appointments for their families and themselves. Learn more about our family dentistry services here.

Call us at +91  9833093812 / 9820757237 / 9833043374 or write to us by filling out the contact form. You’ll find our staff friendly and more than happy to answer your questions.

Fixed dental bridges are used when patients are missing a few consecutive teeth in a row. They consist of two dental crowns on each end of the restoration that are designed to support the artificial replacement teeth. The dental crowns are placed as caps over healthy teeth that are on each side of the space left by missing teeth. 

Most often, patients are in need of a crown or replacement when tooth decay has destroyed most of the natural tooth. The crown provides protection for the remainder of the tooth and root structure. We may also recommend the use of a crown after root canal treatment on posterior teeth. 

Using a crown in these circumstances helps solidify and protect the remaining tooth structure. Crowns can also be used as a cosmetic option to repair chipped, broken, discolored, or cracked teeth or to close gaps between teeth.  

During an examination, our specialists will evaluate the crown and bridgework. A bridge is used to replace a missing tooth or teeth. It is also a possible solution when patients do not want to go for implants. Unlike dentures, bridges are fixed and not unstable, uncomfortable, or aesthetically displeasing 

The process for dental crowns and bridges is almost always completed over two appointments. During the first visit, the teeth are prepared, and impressions or digital scans are taken and sent to a dental laboratory to custom fabricate the final restoration.

Because this process can take a week or two, a temporary crown or bridge is placed while you wait. Once the final restoration is complete, you will return to the office for your second visit.

This visit is often shorter than the initial visit. We remove your temporary crown or bridge and then check the fit of your final restoration. Minor modifications, if any, can be made in the office before the final restoration is permanently cemented into place.

A dental crown or bridge can be made of ceramic using either metal, zirconia, or an lithium Disilicate material, depending on the requirements of function and aesthetics. These are fabricated by the casting or pressing procedure, or alternatively, the most advanced and precise CAD-CAM technology.

Non-metal crowns are growing to be the most popular and typically what dentists recommend. These are fabricated from materials such as alumina, leucite, zirconia, and porcelain. These non-metal crowns are best for a natural appearance and should last the longest.

When using CEREC, we will make your crown from porcelain or zirconia so that it best mimics the look, feel, and function of your natural tooth.

No, at no point during the treatment will you be without teeth or aesthetically compromised. We provide temporary restorations between appointments which will not hamper your normal functioning and aesthetics.

Depending on the material, type of fabrication, and number of teeth involved, the cost will differ. Schedule an appointment with us to learn more.