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WHY MICROSCOPE ASSISTED ROOT CANAL TREATMENT

Root canal treatment or RCT as it is popularly known, has been one the most feared and dreaded dental procedure among people. Root canal treatment is also traditionally a blind procedure as the doctor can only rely on xrays but cannot see inside the root. About 30% of cases fail in first 1-2 years of...

Express braces

It is commonly seen that adults who are about to get married or are planning to switch jobs, realize that they always wanted to have a better and confident smile, but now they have just a few months before that important event in their lives! So what do they do now! Don’t worry people, braces...

PAINLESS WAY OF DOING DENTAL TREATMENT

“The purpose of human life is to serve, and to show compassion and the will to help others.” Albert Schweitzer There are innumerable people around the world who are just so scared of the word “DENTAL”, let alone going in for dental treatment. This “Phobia” of dentists is so strong that they prefer to suffer...

Persistent pain after RCT

Very commonly it is seen that a patient had a root canal treatment and still the tooth is painful/ cannot be used after several weeks and months. Already RCT has been one the most feared and dreaded dental procedure among people. And over that the patient still cannot eat properly from that tooth is all...

Single visit Root canal treatment

Root canal treatment or RCT as it is popularly known, has been one the most feared and dreaded dental procedure among people. Traditionally Root canal treatment has consumed 2-5 sittings to complete one tooth. And many of these sittings always used to be painful. Many patients literally used to jump out of the dental chair!...

Bleeding Gumproblem

Bleeding Gumproblem : FAQs Q1. Why do gums bleed? A: Bleeding gums is not a diseases in itself, but is actually a symptom of gum inflammation/ infection called as gingivitis. This can occur while chewing on hard fibrous food, while tooth brushing and sometimes in severe cases on its own. Q2. I brush twice a...

How to prevent dental cavity or dental decay: Anti Cavity strategies

Preservation of natural and undecayed teeth is most important in prevention of dental problems. The preventive strategies are multi—pronged but can be clubbed into 2 broad classifications: Home Care: Correct Home care is most important. This includes: Tooth Brushing, at least 2 times a day if not after every meal, including night brushing. Correct tooth...

Dental care during braces treatment

Care for teeth and gums during dental braces treatment is very important for success of braces treatment. This includes 3 major aspects: Tooth brushing Following food advisory as per the doctor Anti-cavity regime Tooth brushing Many patients find it quite difficult to maintain hygiene with braces on, thus leading to dental cavities and gum disease....

Braces check up for kids

Braces for kids, when and why? First checkup by an orthodontist should be around 8 years of age, when some permanent teeth have come. Most people are unaware about the importance of preventive and interceptive orthodontics, which usually starts before the actual braces are put up and can actually prevent a full fledged braces treatment...

Invisible braces

It is never too late to have a great confident smile. For adults who have missed dental braces treatment in childhood may be due to neglect, poor advice or fear of extraction, Invisible dental braces technology brings back hope to have a great confident smile. Adults suffering from poor smile Bad Bite Many times bad...
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