Sedation Dentistry

Our Clinic has grown to provide a world class facility for the treatment of tooth loss, dental cosmetics and advanced restorative dentistry.

About Sedation Dentistry

Sedation dentistry is gaining immense popularity with both patients and dentists as it helps relax the patient during the dental procedure. A sedative drug, it is the use of pharmacological agents that put the particular patient into a stress-free, hassle-free state and make the appointment fruitful. Sedation dentistry makes it easier for dentist to concentrate on the treatment and provide the required dental care and augment dental health as the patient co-operates.

Sedation dentistry brings the below mentioned benefits for the patient as well as the dentist –

Movement Control:

The use of pharmacological agents proves to be handy as it reduces the stress and body movements of the patient, which ultimately boosts the dentist to accomplish the treatment easily. The use of such drug always comes in handy when the patient has several medical conditions that can bring unexpected and uncontrolled movements of the dental patient.

Comfort, Relax & Patient Cooperation:

Patients with various dental issues, such as jaw soreness can benefit from this dental treatment. Even if the patient goes through a lengthy dental treatment, he or she feels less tired when sedated. Moreover, instances show that patients having dental phobia and anxiety prefer to stay away from dentist or postpone their appointment.Sedation dentistry relives the fear and stress, inculcates confidence in the patient and encourages him to cooperate.

The Memory Game:

Patients with dental anxieties like multiple extractions or gum surgery often go through a distressing phase. Such procedures are lengthy, so if you are sedated, there’s very little or hardly anything that you would remember about the traumatic experience.

Reduce Gag Reflex:

Do you often choke or you feel the urge of throwing up? Then sedation dentistry comes in handy in reducing the feeling. It controls and manages gagging to a significant extent.

Quality Treatment & Better Care:

For dentist, it becomes an easy affair to undergo the procedure and accomplish the task without facing much difficulties. The patient, on the contrary, receives the best possible dental care because there is no fear of throwing up or chocking or any other dental phobia that could hinder the treatment.

So, why would you skip your next appointment or be deprived of a healthy, beautiful smile that you deserve?

About Ceramic Crown

Dental crowns are a part of cosmetic dentistry. As the name suggests, they are used to cover a weak or worn down tooth. A crown completely encapsulates the entire portion of a tooth that is visible above the gum line.

There are several reasons as to why a dental crown may be required by a patient. Some of the reasons are:

  1. To protect a weak or decaying tooth from breaking.
  2. To hold together pieces of a cracked tooth which have not been uprooted from the gum.
  3. To restore a broken tooth.
  4. To hide or protect the remaining part of a tooth that has been severely worn down.
  5. To cover a tooth that has lost its natural color and is beyond restoration.
  6. To cover a dental implant.
  7. To make a cosmetic modification.

Ceramic crowns are a sort of cosmetic crowns which are made entirely from ceramic and no other material. Other types of crowns are made of several other materials such as porcelain fused to metal and gold. Ceramic crowns have an advantage of camouflaging with the rest of the teeth since they can be created to match the color of patient’s teeth.

This is also one of the most unique features of ceramic crowns since no other crown is translucent and appears to be of the same color as rest of the patient’s teeth.

Ceramic crowns last for several years and they can be brushed daily like other teeth. Ceramic crowns are produced using computer technology. A three dimensional model of the patient’s teeth is created. This 3D design is used to create a mold similar to patient’s teeth. A crown is created using the mold. This crown is then placed over the tooth that requires capping.

Advantages Of all Ceramic Crowns

Ceramic crowns provide a cosmetic mean to hide and protect tooth deformities of patients even with very less space within their mouth for a crown.

They give an appearance of an actual tooth when finally placed in patient’s mouth. This is also the reason why ceramic crowns are the most in-demand crowns.

Ceramic crown are lighter in weight as compared to porcelain or metal crowns. The substance used to create ceramic crowns is bio-compatible since it allows the growth of soft tissues and gums alongside.

There is no risk of an allergic reaction or sensitivity to hot or cold foods.

About Root Canal

A root canal is termed as the cavity occurred within the center of each tooth. Root canal treatment has gained immensely popular with people having teeth problems. Gone are the days when people used to step back and show their unwillingness to go for it as the treatment uses a painful procedure. Thanks to the modern advances in the dental technology. Millions of teeth are saved from getting decayed with the help of endodontic treatment or root canal.

The root canals are of different kinds, thus requiring different types of treatment. The different types of root canal treatments are –

  1. Primary Root Canal Treatment: It is a non-surgical treatment and is required to manage infection or inflammation.
  2. Secondary Root Canal Treatment: This type of treatment is performed when the primary root canal treatment fails to provide complete remedy.
  3. Apicoectomy: When the regular root canal treatments fail to serve the purpose, your dentist might perform a microsurgical procedure. A apicoectomy is required to remove the infected tissue.
  4. Pulpectomy: Using this pediatric endodontic procedure, the whole of the pulp and nerve are eliminated.
  5. Pulpotomy: Puplotomy helps remove the diseased pulp as well as nerve from the crown of the tooth keeping the root nerve unharmed.

About teeth whitening

Everyone wants to showcase clean, stain free and spotless teeth; hence is the high demand for tooth whitening treatments. The use of teeth whitening treatment has increased considerably over the years. Tooth whitening is carried out on patients who have discolored teeth due to one of the following reasons: genetics, aging, consumption of staining substances such as smoking, coffee, tea, and colas, tetracycline (antibiotic) staining, excessive fluoride, and old fillings.

Whitening of teeth is carried out by placing a tray over teeth that contains a whitening gel. The major content of this whitening gel is Carbamide Peroxide. When this compound breaks down Oxygen enters the enamel and bleaches the teeth. This process never alters the structure of teeth and only changes their color to white or to a considerable lighter shade. Teeth whitening treatment turns the color of teeth at least 2-5 shades lighter in just few days. The tray used in the process is customized for each patient separately. Since the trays are long lasting it may be used again for whitening at least one year after the first whitening treatment.

On the other hand laser teeth whitening is a contemporary whitening technique. Hydrogen peroxide solution is applied to teeth and a laser light is directed by the dentist at the teeth to speed up the chemical reaction.

However the discoloration of teeth begins after a year of the treatment even after normal food consumption. This means that the patient needs to renew the treatment. This turns out to be expensive. The treatment using the dental tray is an economical mean of whitening. Both of these aforementioned treatments take a time of approximately 90 minutes and 2-3 visits to the dentist is required for follow up.

There are also a few side effects of tooth whitening hence one should always consult a dentist before relying on the in-home self whitening treatments.

About cosmetic dentistry

Technology has advanced to a substantial stage and dentistry has witnessed its use elaborately. A neat dental structure and well defined facial bones can be achieved by using modern day dental technologies. Several natural-looking dental materials that duplicate the physical appearance of teeth make today’s cosmetic dental treatments reliable and long lasting. Moreover, innovative and durable techniques developed in dentistry are being used that resonate with conservative cosmetic dentistry techniques. This is done to preserve the most of the natural teeth and structures in the buccal cavity.

Cosmetic dentistry refers to the dental treatments and surgeries that may be carried out to improve the appearance of teeth or gums. This may be achieved by improving the color of teeth, position of teeth, shape of a single tooth or several teeth, teeth size, alignment or overall smile appearance.

Cosmetic dentistry can be broadly represented by following treatments:

  1. Addition of dental material to teeth or gum to give a proper shape. Examples of such treatments include bonding, porcelain veneers, crowns and gum grafts.
  2. Removing mal shaped or infectious tooth structure or gum. Examples of such treatments include enameloplasty and gingivectomy.
  3. Improving the appearance of teeth and gums without removing or adding any structure. This treatment majorly includes whitening of teeth and depigmentation of gums.
  4. Straightening and improving the appearance of teeth and gums. This treatment is studied and carried out under orthodontics.

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