Dental Department



Panoramic x-rays

Panoramic X-rays are an important diagnostic tool and are also valuable for planning future treatment. They are more secure than different types of X-ray because less radiation enters the body.Panoramic X-rays (also known as Panorex® or orthopantomograms) are wraparound photographs of the face and teeth. They offer a view that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye. Panoramic X-rays are extra oral and simple to perform.


On the basis of your consultation, your dentist will define your treatment plan. You will be given all necessarydata clarifying the treatment. When you are content with the treatment recommended and have come to an arrangement, you will be given your appointment.You may also need a further consultation with our Oral Surgeon, Endodontist, or Periodontist.


You can book a prior appointment through a phone call or in person. Once you arrive at the clinic and all your details have been filled, an assistant will take you to the dentist for your consultation. Your dentist will make an oral examination and evaluate your case and discuss with your wishes and requirements.

Gum Solutions

1. Gum reshaping & contouring

Gum contouring is a minimally-invasive cosmetic procedure that involves reshaping or removing excess gum tissue with the use of laser technology. A laser is utilized as a part of gum surgery to delicately remove and seal excess gums without any bleeding, which implies no cuts or incisions. Indeed, the whole gum lift process is totally painless. Gum surgery is normally just done on the front teeth.

2. Gum Bleaching

Laser de-pigmentation of the gums or gum bleaching is a very simple and safe method of getting nice healthy looking pink gums. It involves the laser expulsion of the pigmentation

Cosmetic Dentistry:

Cosmetic Problem:

1. Misaligned and Crowded Teeth

Dentists are called smile specialists for a reason. Misaligned and crowded teeth could hurt your self-confidence. We can set that right with necessary treatment. Moreover a straight teeth helps you clean your teeth better and also helps the positioning of your tongue.

We offer Orthodontic treatment (Braces, Invisalign) and Porcelain Veneers and Crowns to correct this problem.

2. Discolored Teeth

Daily habits like drinking tea, coffee, colas, red wine and smoking tobacco can bring about undue stress on the shade of your teeth. Antibiotic use in the past can likewise bring about dark stains onto your teeth.Porcelain Veneers and Crowns and Teeth Whitening can solve the problem of discolored teeth.

3. Space between Teeth

The expression "diastema" is used to describe open spaces between the upper incisors (front teeth). Diastemas are caused by an unbalanced size of teeth and jaw. At times, the pulling activity of a labial frenulum that inserts too closely to the upper central incisors can push the teeth separated making a "central diastema".Diastemas are often closed by Orthodontic (braces, invisalign) and porcelain veneers or crowns.

4. Worn Teeth

Worn teeth may happen in a few ways. One or more of the following factors may cause premature wear. Extreme cases of attrition typically caused by Bruxism, the grinding of teeth against teeth, wearing away of tooth enamel by a foreign object (Abrasion), chemical wear of tooth enamel and repeated exposure to high levels of dietary acids are few reasons. Advanced cases often require crowns to save the teeth.

5. Gummy Smile

The causes of gummy smile are divided into two main categories: Face related or Lip related; Teeth and gum related. The treatment options for treating a gummy smile includes: Orthodontics (braces, clear braces, Invisalign), Gum contouring or gum lift, Orthognathic surgery (jaw surgery), B.Tox injection to bring your lip downward.

6. Missing Teeth

If you have missing teeth, you might consider replacing them to enhance the way you look. Replacing missing teeth may likewise give you a chance to eat all the more easily, talk all the more clearly and helps to keep your mouth healthy. Spaces due to missing teeth can be restored through Implants, Bridges and Dentures.

7. Old Filling

Old fillings that have been in the mouth for over ten years ought to by and large be taken care and be replaced if there are any indications of breaks or cracks or rot under the rebuilding efforts. The basic options available for restoring your teeth are Composite (plastic) fillings, Ceramic inlays (porcelain) and Crowns

8. Veneers

Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain used to recreate the natural look of teeth, while also providing strength and resilience comparable to natural tooth

Tooth Whitening

1. ZOOM Tooth Whitening System

Zoom teeth whitening is an increasingly popular cosmetic dental treatment. The dentist applies the Zoom hydrogen peroxide brightening gel, which cooperates with the Zoom light to infiltrate the teeth and break up the stains and discoloration. The gel stays set up for 15 minutes while the light is enacted. It’s a kind of power bleaching which generally takes about an hour and a half.

2. Bleaching kit Upper/Lower /Together

Upper + Lower Custom Dental Teeth Whitening/Bleaching Trays are used with reservoirs for the bleaching material. To maximize the bleaching process reservoirs are needed to allow more bleaching gel to come in contact with the teeth. Bleaching trays will be made accordingly. This is the most advanced form of whitening that has the highest success rates.

Teeth Solutions

1. Porcelain Veneers & Crowns

Veneers are thin, yet strong tooth-colored porcelain shells that are bonded onto the front of your teeth. They have a "life like" appearance with the strength, beauty, and durability only porcelain restorations can create.

2. Composite Veneers

Composite veneers are a more practical, adaptable and less evasive alternative to porcelain veneers. They fill a similar need, however rather than a cover being appended, the tooth is reproduced through a development of composite filling material. Composite veneers are a great deal more adaptable and flexible in light of the fact that they can be repaired, changed or re-done whenever.

3. Teeth Whitening

Everyday activities such as drinking tea, coffee, red wine and smoking tobacco can cause undue stress and strain on the color of your teeth. We have three kinds of whitening solutions.

4. Tooth Colored Fillings

The restorative material used is determined by the size of the cavity that exists subsequent to evacuating the fractures, decay and old restorations. Solutions available are composite fillings, ceramic inlays and crowns.

5. Snap on Smile

Snap on Smile's remarkable, exclusive recipe of cutting edge dental resin make it thin yet to a great degree solid. It fits over your teeth to give you a beautiful smile, regardless of that you have stains, chips, gaps or missing teeth.

Missing Teeth Solutions

1. Dental Bridge

Dental bridges are used to replace missing teeth. A dental bridge is when at least two crowns are associated together to replace missing teeth. They are put over your normal teeth that are set up to receive the bridge.

2. Dentures

A denture is a dental prosthesis which is an artificial replacement of hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity. It can effectively supplant lost normal teeth and their neighboring delicate tissues.

3. Dental Implant

Dental implants are a form of replacing missing teeth. If you have missing teeth, one of the options is to replace that space is with dental implants.

Dental Implants

1. Single teeth missing

If you are missing a single tooth, one implant and a crown can replace it. A dental implant replaces both the lost natural tooth and its root. In addition to looking and functioning like a natural tooth, a dental implant replaces a single tooth without giving up the strength of neighboring teeth. The other common treatment for the loss of a single tooth, a tooth-supported fixed bridge, requires that adjacent teeth be ground down to support the cemented bridge.

2. Multiple Teeth missing

When supplanting three teeth in the far back of the mouth, a settled bridge tied down to dental inserts is the permanent option. Having dental implants supplanting your lost back teeth will give you new, unparalleled quality and strength that permits you to eat what you want. It will likewise protect your jawbone and facial appearance.

3. All Teeth missing

At the point when all teeth are missing or in such condition that they should be supplanted, a fixed bridge anchored to dental implants is the best lasting arrangement Before dental implants, there is no settled arrangement accessible for individuals who lost all of their teeth. Today, it is possible to supplant a full jaw with dental implants and a fixed bridge that results in a permanent, steady and high esthetic arrangement.

General Dentistry

Toothache, Wisdom Teeth, Oral Surgery, White fillings, Crowns

1. Toothache

This a common dental issue and it can caused by many reasons. Tooth decay, Fracture teeth, Gum disease and Wisdom Tooth pain are some of the reasons.

2. Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth has to be removed if problems occur such as such as infection, crowding, cysts, and damage to nearby molars if left in the mouth. If it isn’t removed it will cause serious damage to other teeth and gums.

3. Oral Surgery

Oral surgery means any surgery that is performed in the mouth or on the jaw. An oral specialist will lead these operations with the guide of a local anesthesia, IV sedation or general anesthesia. Any dental practitioner with appropriate training can be viewed as an oral surgeon. They have the ability to perform a variety of oral surgery treatments to cure issues influencing the mouth.

4. White fillings

White fillings are used to restore decayed places as well as to perform cosmetic improvements by reshaping disfigured teeth or changing stained teeth to enhance the smile.

5. Crowns

A dental crown is a tooth-formed "cap" that is put over a tooth - to cover the tooth to reestablish its shape and size, quality, and enhance its appearance. The crowns, when established into place, completely encase the entire visible portion of a tooth that lies at or more the gum line. Crowns on teeth also protect against decay and plaque buildup.

Gum Disease

Signs & symptoms

1. Bleeding Gums & Loose Teeth

Early-stage gum disease causes red, swollen gums that ultimately lead to bleeding gums. These can be treated easily when brushed. Problems arise when treatment is delayed and ultimately causing serious problems.

2. Receding Gums

Receding gums is a condition that occurs when the gingiva are incapable of keeping the contracting alveolar mucosa muscles in place. Over time it will expose the roots of the teeth even further each day if it is left untreated.

3. Sensitive Teeth

A straightforward test to check whether your teeth are delicate is to run your fingernail tenderly around where the teeth meet the gum. If the teeth is sensitive it may cause short, sharp pain.

4. Bad Breath

Bad breath can be embarrassing as sometimes the person isn’t aware of the issue. We can provide suitable treatment for this and save you from shame.

Types & Treatments:

1. Gingivitis

The goal is to reduce inflammation. The dentist or dental hygienist will clean your teeth. Repair of misaligned teeth or replacement of dental and orthodontic appliances may be recommended

2. Gum Disease Treatment

Gum infection treatment relies on upon the stage you have, as a scale and clean of the gums part of gum treatment might be all you have to fix the issue.

Dental Hygienists:

Which treat gum diseases and help people maintain good oral and general health by educating them on how to prevent oral diseases through taking care of their teeth and gums. People who have regular preventive dental treatment are known to be considerably healthier.