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Dr. Nidhi Bansal is a qualified dental surgeon. Our clinic is spread over a large area of 900 sq. ft. with uninterrupted power supply, fully air-conditioned & is fully equipped with most modern equipment e.g. Two Dental chairs, X-Ray machines, Ultra sonic devices, light cure cosmetic fillings machines, amalgamator machines, automatic autoclaving, ultra violet radiation chamber machine, hot air oven, glass bead sterilizer etc.
Dr. Nidhi Bansal also worked as a resident Doctor in Lady Harding College Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi in the Dental Department besides She worked for reputed Charitable Hospital. Along with it, She has also published articles in National Hindi in North Delhi Express and in Newpapers also.
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Orthodontic Dentistry
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Orthodontics is a type of dentistry that aims to improve the appearance, position and function of crooked or abnormally arranged teeth. The name comes from a Greek word that literally means "to straighten teeth". Healthcare professionals who specialise in orthodontics are known as orthodontists. You can find a list of all specialist orthodontists registered in the UK on the General Dental Council (GDC) website. What does orthodontic treatment involve? Orthodontics uses devices such as a brace to correct the position of the teeth. Your exact treatment will depend on the problems with your teeth. In some cases, you may have to wear headgear at night as well as a brace, and you may also need to have some teeth removed as part of your treatment. If worn correctly, you are likely to achieve good results, usually within 18-24 months. If the problem is more complicated, treatment may take longer. Read more about the types of orthodontic treatment. Who needs orthodontic treatment? You may need orthodontic treatment if your teeth or jaw do not develop in a normal way. This can cause discomfort and make it hard to maintain good oral hygiene. In some cases, abnormal development of the teeth and jaw can affect the shape of the face, which could cause psychological and emotional problems, such as lack of self-confidence. Problems with crooked and out-of-place teeth are quite common in the UK. A recent study carried out in England found that around a third of 12 year olds would benefit from some degree of orthodontic treatment. Read more about when orthodontic treatment is used. How can I access orthodontic treatment? In most cases, you or your child will be referred to an orthodontist by your dentist, although you may be able to seek treatment directly. If orthodontic treatment is recommended, you may have to decide whether to have treatment privately or on the NHS. NHS orthodontic treatment is free for people under the age of 18 with a clear clinical need for treatment. However, due to high demand there can be a long waiting list for NHS orthodontic treatment.

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Endodontic therapy or root canal therapy, colloquially root canal, is a sequence of treatment for the pulp of a tooth which results in the elimination of infection and protection of the decontaminated tooth from future microbial invasion. This set of procedures is commonly referred to as a "root canal". Root canals and their associated pulp chamber are the physical hollows within a tooth that are naturally inhabited by nerve tissue, blood vessels and other cellular entities. Endodontic therapy involves the removal of these structures, the subsequent shaping, cleaning, and decontamination of the hollows with tiny files and irrigating solutions, and the obturation (filling) of the decontaminated canals with an inert filling such as gutta-percha and typically a eugenol-based cement. Epoxy resin, which may or may not contain Bisphenol A is employed to bind gutta-percha in some root canal procedures.
After endodontic surgery the tooth will be "dead", and if an infection is spread at the apex, root end surgery is required.
Although the procedure is relatively painless when done properly,the root canal remains a stereotypically fearsome dental operation.

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Surgical-Dentistry.Info The website is about the dental specialty of Surgical Dentistry (now known as Oral Surgery).
Surgical Dentistry / Oral Surgery is concerned with the diagnosis and surgical management of pathological processes and anomalies in the teeth or their supporting structures.
The website grew out of my desire to share with people (both fellow dentists and patients) my knowledge of the subject.
As an Oral Surgeon, I find that the more information you can give patients and dentists the better. So, this website is pitched at both groups for the better understanding of Oral Surgery and to disperse any myths there might be around Oral Surgery.
Also, the website covers other topics than just Oral Surgery; it reflects what is practised in most Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Departments in the UK; hence, there is information about facial trauma, facial pains, oral pathology, jaw joint problems, salivary gland disease and some surgical dermatology.
The information provided  is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a patient / site visitor and their dentist / Oral Surgeon / doctor.

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Dental Implants have changed the face of dentistry over the last 25 years. What are dental implants? What is the history of dental implants? And how are they used to replace missing teeth? This section will give you an overview of the topic of dental implants, to be followed by more detail in additional sections.
As with most treatment procedures in dentistry today, dental implants not only involve scientific discovery, research and understanding, but also application in clinical practice. The practice of implant dentistry requires expertise in planning, surgery and tooth restoration; it is as much about art and experience as it is about science. This site will help provide you with the knowledge you need to make informed choices in consultation with your dental health professionals.
Let’s start from the beginning: A dental implant is actually a replacement for the root or roots of a tooth. Like tooth roots, dental implants are secured in the jawbone and are not visible once surgically placed. They are used to secure crowns (the parts of teeth seen in the mouth), bridgework or dentures by a variety of means. They are made of titanium, which is lightweight, strong and biocompatible, which means that it is not rejected by the body. Titanium and titanium alloys are the most widely used metals in both dental and other bone implants, such as orthopedic joint replacements. Dental implants have the highest success rate of any implanted surgical device.
Titanium’s special property of fusing to bone, called osseointegration (“osseo” – bone; “integration” – fusion or joining with), is the biological basis of dental implant success. That’s because when teeth are lost, the bone that supported those teeth is lost too. Placing dental implants stabilizes bone, preventing its loss. Along with replacing lost teeth, implants help maintain the jawbone’s shape and density. This means they also support the facial skeleton and, indirectly, the soft tissue structures — gum tissues, cheeks and lips. Dental implants help you eat, chew, smile, talk and look completely natural. This functionality imparts social, psychological and physical well-being.

The big question is, “Are dental implants right for me?” The section on understanding dental implants will describe the factors that contribute to implant success including:

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The department, while emphasizing both restorative dentistry and prosthodontics, also includes disciplines such as biomaterials and biomimetics, dental anatomy, occlusion, operative dentistry, and esthetic dentistry.
Prosthodontics is the dental specialty pertaining to the diagnosis, treatment planning, rehabilitation and maintenance of the oral function, comfort, esthetics and health of patients with clinical conditions associated with missing or deficient teeth and/or maxillofacial tissues using biocompatible substitutes.
Prosthodontics is generally subdivided into the following disciplines:
Fixed prosthodontics: The branch of prosthodontics concerned with the replacement and/or restoration of teeth with artificial substitutes that are not readily removed from the mouth.
Removable prosthodontics: The branch concerned with the replacement of teeth and contiguous structures for the edentulous or partially edentulous patients by artificial substitutes that are readily removed from the mouth.
Implant prosthodontics: The phase of prosthodontics concerning the replacement of missing teeth and/or associated structures by restorations that are attached to dental implants.
Maxillofacial prosthetics: The branch concerned with the restoration and/or replacement of the stomatognathic and craniofacial structures with prostheses that may or may not be removed on a regular or elective basis.
The Department of Prosthodontics conducts undergraduate (dental student) education in the fields of Fixed, Removable and Implant Prosthodontics. Additionally, the department provides a three-year residency which entails specialty training in the fields of Removable, Fixed, Implant and Maxillofacial Prosthodontics. A one-year Prosthodontics Preceptorship is available to dentists who would like to increase their knowledge and hone their clinical prosthodontics skills
Advanced Education Program in Prosthodontics
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Dentistry offers an advanced education program in prosthodontics, leading to a Certificate of Proficiency and a Master of Science in Dentistry degree. The program provides advanced instruction and clinical training to prepare residents for the practice of prosthodontics. Residents must demonstrate proficiency in the examination, diagnosis and reconstruction of complex edentulous, partially edentulous, and dentate oral conditions. The program complies with the standards established by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association. Students are qualified and prepared for examination by the American Board of Prosthodontics.
The curriculum relates basic science principles to the practice of prosthodontics and is consistent with the expanding scope of knowledge in prosthodontics as determined by the American College of Prosthodontics and the American Dental Association. Clinical applications are emphasized while maintaining significant didactic and research activities throughout the course of study. Direct patient care constitutes approximately 60 percent of resident activity. In depth instruction and patient treatment involving dental implant therapy is an integral component of the clinical and didactic activities. Residents are encouraged to both surgically place and restore dental implants. Instruction in laboratory technology is an integral part of all treatment.
Graduate courses are conducted in biostatistics, human growth and development, anatomy, embryology, histology, oral biology, oral pathology, immunology, microbiology, and pharmacology. Current and classic literature is reviewed related to prosthodontics and accomplished on a regular basis. Interdisciplinary seminars emphasize the importance of comprehensive dental care in the treatment of complicated oral conditions.

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Aesthetic & Cosmetic Dentistry
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COSMETIC DENTISTRY refers to a host of dental treatments designed to enhance the smile and correct chipped, cracked, discoloured and unevenly spaced teeth. From porcelain veneers to tooth-colored fillings, patients can choose from a variety of cosmetic dentistry solutions to restore the health and vitality of their smile.
SMILE ANALYSIS - As opposed to other plastic surgeries, dental temporization can give the patient a chance to preview their new smile, live with it for a while, show it to their family and friends and alter it as necessary. It is all digital, pre-operative and mock up (temporary) photographs are taken and a presentation is showed to the patient for a feel and to check on any visual tensions. On an accepted design permanent solution is done with the help of PORCELAIN VENEERS or COMPOSITE VENEERS.
VENEERS - A veneer is a thin layer of restorative material placed over a tooth surface, either to protect a damaged tooth surface or to improve the aesthetics of a tooth. There are two types of veneers in dentistry - composite and dental porcelain. A composite veneer may be directly built up in the mouth. In contrast, a porcelain veneer is indirectly fabricated and later bonded to the tooth using a resin cement.

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  • A vibrant smile improves Face Value & is importantfor Personality Development.
  • A Beautiful smile leaves an everlasting impression
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