Dentistry

Dentistry in India has advanced by leaps and bounds over the last two decades. Now we are in an age of Preventive Dentistry where by means of SIX MONTHLY CHECK-UPS we can prevent untimely loss of teeth due to its decay.


This highly sophisticated unit caters from simple toothache to tooth implants, from simple to most complex oral and dental surgeries.


The time when people only visited the dentist when they had a toothache is long gone.

Specialities


  1. Prosthodontics (Fabrication of fixed and removable dentures)

  2. Endodontics (Root Canal Treatment)

  3. Paedodontics (Dentistry in children)


Services include:

  • Before cosmetic filling

  • After cosmetic filling

  • Dental Implant and

  • Root canal treatment


Salient Features:

  • With the advent of root canal treatment, most of the decayed teeth can be salvaged and preserved.

  • With the use of fixed bridges and dental implants missing teeth can also be replaced permanently.

  • Discoloured teeth can be made to look white and attractive again.

  • Oral cancer if detected early can be treated successfully.

  • Prominent jaws can be treated with surgery to get good cosmetic results.


Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics

Conservative Dentistry is concerned with the conservation of teeth. Endodontics deals with diseases of the tooth’s pulp.


A wide variety of services are provided including:


  1. Filling (a. Silver b. Composite)

  2. Inlays and Onlays

  3. Jacket and full crowns

  4. Veneers Root Canal Treatment

  5. Periapical surgeries

  6. Conservative Dentistry and

  7. Endodontics Pre Surgery Post Surgery

  8. 3D CT Scan of Jaw Fracture

  9. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery


The services provided by this specialty include:


- Removal of decayed teeth and impacted wisdom teeth.

- Treatment of accident victims who suffer features of facial bones.

- Dental health care for infants and children through adolescence (till 14 years of age).


This includes:


  1. Fillings for milk teeth

  2. Root canal treatment

  3. Minor orthodontic correction

  4. Preventive care for cleft and palate lip in children

  5. Management of traumatic injuries in children

  6. Space maintainers and crowns

  7. Habit breaking appliances

  8. Space maintenance and crowns


Prosthodontics

Prosthodontics deals with the restoration of the missing natural teeth and maxillofacial tissues with artificial substitutes.


This includes:


  1. Fixed Prosthodontics: Crowns and bridges, aesthetic veneers

  2. Removable Prosthodontics: Complete and partial removable dentures

  3. Implant Prosthodontics: A dental implant is an artificial tooth root placed into your jaw to hold a replacement crown or bridge in place. These do not rely on neighbouring teeth for support.


Some Important Oral Health Tips

  • Brush twice a day

  • Change the toothbrush every six weeks

  • Avoid snacks between principal meals

  • Avoid giving milk or sugar to babies in the middle of the night after teeth eruption

  • Regular six monthly check-ups ( starting by the age of 2 years)

Doctors Profile

Dr. Ritika Grover

Dentist, Jr. Consultant

BDS, MDS (Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery)