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Om Dental Clinic - Service Provider of smile design, root canal treatment & teeth whitening / bleaching in Pune, Maharashtra.
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Smile Design

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Your smile reveals a lot about your self-image. A smile has the power to attract, build confidence, and brighten the day of others. Today's advanced dental options, such as porcelain veneers, periodontal treatment, and immediate dental implants, can produce dramatic results in as few as two office visits

From subtle changes to major repairs, we can perform a variety of procedures to improve your smile. There are many techniques and options to treat teeth that are discolored, chipped, misshapen or missing. We can reshape your teeth, close spaces, restore worn or short teeth or alter the length of your teeth. Common procedures include bleaching, bonding, caps, crowns, veneers, and reshaping and contouring.

These improvements are not just cosmetic but also improve your self Esteem and enhance your Career Prospects.

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Root Canal Treatment
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Your tooth might need a root canal if:

  • It hurts when you bite down on it, touch it or push on it

  • It is sensitive to heat

  • It is sensitive to cold for more than a couple of seconds

  • There is swelling near the tooth

  • It is discolored (whether it hurts or not)

  • It is broken

The only alternative to Root Canal Therapy is an Extraction. What we do in Root Canal Treatment ?
  • Step 1 :
After the tooth is "numbed", a small opening is made into the pulp chamber. The canals are located and measured, so they can be cleansed and shaped.
  • Step 2 :
The canals are filled with a rubber-like material called gutta-percha and the opening is sealed with sterile cotton pellets and a temporary filling.
  • Step 3 :
The tooth is typically restored within a couple of weeks. A crown is placed over the treated tooth in order to protect it, and if the tooth lacks sufficient tooth structure to hold the core build-up, a post may be placed inside. Any areas of infection around the roots will begin to heal.
The number of visits necessary to complete a root canal will vary depending upon the degree of infection, the number of canals in the tooth, if the canals are calcified, the anatomy of your tooth, and the complexity of the procedure. We always strive to achieve the best possible result; therefore, your treatment may take one visit, or it may take more. 

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Teeth Whitening / Bleaching
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Teeth become discolored for different reasons:
  • Frequently drinking coffee, tea, or colas.

  • Some antibiotics may darken developing teeth in children.

  • Aging - The dentin underneath the enamel of a tooth gradually darkens with age.

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  • Accidents - If a tooth has been traumatized, sometimes the nerve will gradually "die," and the tooth becomes dark.

  • After Root Canal Therapy, a tooth will generally darken.

Is Whitening Safe?

Whitening is very safe. We use a product that has been proven safe when used under the direction of a dentist.

When Will I See Results?

Immediately! Most patients see results after the first treatment. It will typically take from 2 to 6 weeks to restore your teeth to a beautiful white. The time it will take depends on the original color of your teeth, how discolored they were, and how frequently the treatment is applied.

How Long Will The Results Last?

The effects typically last several years. Many patients choose to "touch-up" their teeth every 6 to 12 months by applying the treatment once or twice. "Touch-ups" are especially useful for patients that drink beverages that stain teeth, like coffee, tea, and colas.

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Paediatric Treatment
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  • A sealant is a resin material that is applied to the pits and fissures of back teeth.

  • A sealant acts as a barrier, protecting the enamel from bacterial plaque in cavity prone areas.

  • Children are much more susceptible to tooth decay than adults and should have their back teeth sealed as soon as the teeth grow in fully.

  • Applying sealants is a quick, easy and painless procedure. They are painted on and bonded in place.

How does the pit and fissure sealants work?

Most often, chewing surfaces of the posterior teeth prone to more amount of decay. This is because these teeth have numerous pits and grooves on it. Even if a child brushes carefully, it is difficult to clean the small grooves and pits, which is present on these teeth. Food debris and bacterial products tend to accumulate on these surfaces making them more prone to decay. Pit and fissure sealants are material introduced to fill these grooves so as to resists the accumulation of food debris within it.

For how long do the sealants last?
Research shows that sealants can last for many years. If a child is capable of maintaining good oral hygiene and can avoid biting hard objects it can retain the sealants for a substantial amount of time.

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Laminates & Veneers
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Laminates & Veneers

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Porcelain veneers (also called dental laminates or porcelain laminates) are probably the most appreciated cosmetic service that we offer. They aren't the perfect solution for all smile improvements, but can certainly solve a variety of challenges. The high satisfaction rate is due to a few factors. They are exceptionally natural in appearance, they can alter both shape and shade of existing teeth, in many instances they can be placed with minimal removal of natural tooth structure and they generally are quite durable. In short, veneers look great, can make big changes, and are conservative and strong.

What kind of problems can porcelain veneers correct?
  • Straighten crooked teeth, quickly like instant orthodontics
  • Cover over discolored teeth
  • Lighten yellow teeth
  • Repair chipped teeth
  • Reinforce cracking teeth
  • Lengthen naturally short teeth
  • Lengthen worn teeth
  • Close gaps between teeth
  • Mask deep stains
  • Properly contour misshapen teeth
  • Cover over pitted teeth
  • Correct a slanted smile
  • Widen a narrow smile
    What are drawbacks of dental laminates?

    A primary concern is expense.
    You should understand that veneers are irreversible. They are not removable. Once the teeth are altered they will always need to be covered. Alternatives to veneers include orthodontics, bonding, teeth whitening and porcelain crowns.

    BONDING

    In bonding Composites are the materials of choice Bonding is recommended for following cases

    • For carious teeth - When caries is on labial surface, composite is used as it ensures adequate translucency in the final restoration
    • For fractured teeth.
    • For malaligned teeth - minor malalignment can be corrected with minimal reduction of tooth structure and using composite to recreate desired form.
    • For discolored teeth.
    • For closing spaces.
    • For cervical defects.
    • Bonding for spacing between teeth.

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      Restoration Of Fractured Anterior Teeth
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      Restorations / Fillings

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      Crown Lengthening
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      Some periodontal procedures aid in helping to lay the foundation for restorative and cosmetic dentistry and/or improve the esthetics of your smile/gum line. If you think you have a "gummy" smile because your teeth look too short, it may actually be that your teeth are of proper lengths but too much gum tissue covers them. Crown lengthening is a periodontal procedure that helps to correct this.

      During this procedure, excess gum tissue and bone are removed and/or reshaped to expose more of your natural tooth. This can be done to a single tooth, or even several teeth, to even your gum line to expose a natural, broad smile.

      Crown lengthening can also be recommended to make a restorative or cosmetic dental procedure possible. If your tooth is decayed, broken below the gum line, or there is not enough tooth structure for a restoration, such as a crown or bridge, crown lengthening can help. This procedure adjusts the gum and bone level to expose more of the tooth so that the restoration is possible and the tooth can be saved.

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      Teeth extractions are done for a variety of reasons. Below are some examples.

      • Very large cavity / caries that cannot be restored with cements.

      • Periodontal diseases or in simple words diseases of the gums.

      • Fractured or broken teeth

      • Teeth that are traumatized leading to infection and inflammation of the pulp

      • Teeth that fail to erupt or are unable to erupt into the mouth and are deep inside the bone. They are called impacted teeth and may have to be removed.

      • Abscessed teeth are teeth in which the infection has spread to the underlying bone.

      • Teeth that are abnormal in development i.e., structure, shape, size, etc.

      • Teeth that are involved in cysts or tumors.

      • Ectopic teeth that have erupted in a wrong place.

      • Sometimes the orthodontist may remove some teeth to correct crooked teeth.

      The only alternative to Root Canal Therapy is an Extraction. What we do in Root Canal Treatment ?

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      Dentures Dental Treatment Services
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      • What are dentures?
      Dentures are artificial substitutes used to replace all or some of the lost teeth and adjoining tissues to maintain function, health and esthetics of the tissues. So in simple words dentures help replace lost teeth.
      • Why are teeth lost?
      Teeth are lost due to a number of causes. The two main reasons for loss of teeth are dental decay and periodontal diseases (gum diseases). Both dental decay and gum diseases are a result of poor oral hygiene.
      • Is it necessary to replace lost teeth?
      It is very important to replace lost natural teeth. Loss of teeth affects chewing of food and also affects the esthetics of the person by altering the lip and cheek appearance. When a lost tooth is not replaced there is a tendency for the adjacent and opposing teeth to move into the space left by the lost teeth. Thus the person's occlusion or bite is altered. In addition the loss of teeth causes shrinkage of the bone at that area. To avoid all these problems it is advisable to replace lost teeth by artificial dentures.
      • What are the different types of dentures?
      Dentures are broadly classified as partial and complete dentures. Complete dentures replace all the teeth while partial dentures replace a few teeth. Partial dentures can be again classified as removable partial dentures and fixed partial dentures. Removable partial dentures replace a few teeth and are designed to be removed and replaced by the patient. The fixed partial dentures also replace a few teeth but cannot be removed by the patient. A new type of denture gaining popularity is the Implant retained denture that can be used to replace some or all teeth. This type of denture comprises of metallic implants that are embedded into the bone and give support for artificial teeth.

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      Crowns & Bridges
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      Normally the crowns/caps are placed over the fractured, discolored, and root canal treated teeth but in today’s world of advanced cosmetic dentistry the caps are frequently used to improve smile of the patients.
      Bridges are used to replace the missing tooth by reducing the adjacent firm and healthy teeth and placing caps over them which support the missing tooth pontic.
      Different types of crowns :
      Whatever be the crown selected, it should resemble the form of natural tooth. In anterior teeth it should match the color of adjacent tooth and in posterior teeth; it should be made of hard material so that it can be able to withstand all the forces. The material of the crown should be biocompatible with the surrounding structures. And most importantly it should be with in the range of patient i.e. it should be economical.
      • All-ceramic or all porcelain dental crowns provide the best natural color match than any other crown type and may be more suitable for people with metal allergies. All-ceramic crowns are a good choice for front teeth..
      • Porcelain fused metal crowns can be color matched with our natural teeth. They very much resemble natural tooth color shade. However, more wearing to the opposing teeth occurs with this crown type compared with metal or resin crowns. The crown’s porcelain portion can also chip or break off. Next to all-ceramic crowns, porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns look most like normal teeth. However, sometimes the metal underlying the crown’s porcelain can show through as a dark line, especially at the gum line and even more so if your gum’s recede. These crowns can be a good choice for front or back teeth.
      • Metal Crowns . The metals used in crowns include gold alloy, nickel or chromium. Compared with other crown types, less tooth structure needs to be removed with metal crowns, and tooth wear to opposing teeth is kept to a minimum. Metal crowns withstand biting and chewing forces well and probably last the longest in terms of wear down. Also, metal crowns rarely chip or break. Some people like the color of the crown especially gold crowns as it might symbolize wealth status. Metal crowns are usually placed in backed teeth to avoid being seen when the patient smiles.
      • All resin dental crowns made out of composite material, the same material used to do normal color fillings in our mouth. They are less expensive than other crown types. However, they wear down over time and are more prone to fractures than porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns.
      • Temporary dental crown. Temporary crowns are made of acrylic, stainless steel and some even use gold . Temporary crowns can be used as a temporary restoration until a permanent crown is constructed by the dental laboratory. It is only used as a temporary alternative as they do not last very long in the mouth and are subject to rapid breakdown 

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      Dental Implants
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      Dental Implants

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      Missing teeth affect a person’s appearance, the ability to speak and chew, and general dental health. It is usually recommended that a missing tooth be replaced. Many options exist for the replacement of lost teeth. One that has gained considerable acceptance is the dental implant.
      Until fairly recently, dentures and bridges were the only options for replacing missing teeth. Some people can’t comfortably wear dentures. They’re painful, they don’t remain in place, and they may sometimes gag the wearer.
      Bridges have the disadvantages of requiring crowns on the teeth The bone in that area will recede, possibly destabilizing the adjacent teeth, and increasing the risk of periodontal disease to those teeth. The dental implant has none of these disadvantages.
      Improved techniques and advances in the materials used for implants have made the permanent dental implant a better alternative for many people
      Implants are titanium cylinders that are compatible with the body and are surgically placed in the upper or lower jaw where they serve as the anchor or roots for the teeth restorations. Implants have been used for more than a quarter of a century in dentistry and offer a wonderful opportunity to replace missing teeth.
      With the exception of children who are still growing, dental implants can be the solution of choice for many people who want a “fixed” or “nonremovable” option to replace their missing teeth with a very natural appearance. Many times our patients comment that they wished they had inquired about a dental implant years ago!
      Dental implants are designed to provide a foundation for replacement of teeth that look, feel, and function like natural teeth. The person who has lost teeth regains the ability to eat virtually anything and can smile with confidence, knowing that teeth appear natural and that facial contours will be preserved. The implants themselves are tiny titanium posts that are placed into the jawbone where teeth are missing. The bone bonds tightly with the titanium, creating a strong foundation for artificial teeth. In addition, implants can help preserve facial structure, preventing the bone deterioration that occurs when teeth are missing.
      Dental implants are changing the way people live! With them, people are rediscovering the comfort and confidence to eat, speak, laugh and enjoy life.

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      Gum Treatment
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      Gum Treatment

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      Healthy gums are the foundation for your teeth, much like the foundation for your house. Healthy gums provide the support needed for your teeth to function as they should. Having unhealthy gums is like having termites in the foundation of your house. To the untrained eye everything seems fine, but progressive and often irreversible damage is being done.

      Healthy gums
      • Are light pink in color (darker for people with darker complexions)

      • Are stippled, much like the surface of an orange

      • Are not tender or swollen

      • Don't bleed when brushing or flossing

      What Are Healthy Gums?

      Gum disease (Periodontitis) is the leading cause of tooth loss among adults. It is known as a "silent" disease because it is rarely painful, especially in the early stages. Bleeding Gums is often the first warning sign most people have of Gum Disease.

      Healthy Heart Starts with a Healthy Smile.

      Gum Disease can kill more than just your smile! Recent research has identified a link between Gum Disease and Heart Disease, and other health problems. The bacteria associated with Gum Disease can enter your bloodstream and threaten your overall health.

      Making Your Gums Healthy

      Patients with Gum Disease often require specialized Gum Treatment. Visit your dentist to find out what is appropriate for your particular case.

      Keeping Your Gums Healthy

      Prevention and Early Detection are your best defenses against Gum Disease.

      • Brush and floss daily.

      • Visit your dentist regularly.

      • Follow your dentist's instructions for any special needs you may have.

      Periodontal Disease is a bacterial infection of the gums, bone and ligaments that support the teeth and anchor them in the jaw. The bacteria are normal inhabitants of the mouth and form a film of dental plaque and calculus (tartar) which stick to the teeth. The bacteria produce poisonous toxins which stimulate the immune response to fight the infection. If the disease process is not stopped, the supporting structures of the teeth will continue to be destroyed. This eventually leads to tooth loss.

      Periodontal disease can occur at any age. Over half of all people over the age of 18 have some form of the disease. After age 35, over 75% of all people are affected. Unfortunately, the disease process is usually asymptomatic and painless. The disease can be easily detected during regular dental examinations.

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      • What are Space Maintainers?                   

      Space maintainers are small appliances which are either fixed or removable type, used to maintain space in the jaws if a milk tooth is lost or removed prematurely.

      • What are the advantages of having Space Maintainers? 

      Once Space maintainers are placed they prevent the adjacent tooth from moving into the space created by the premature loss of milk tooth. This in turn preserve the space for the permanent tooth as well as prevent malocclusions from developing. It has been estimated that 60% of malocclusion is because of premature loss of milk tooth and lack of space maintenance.

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      Fluoride Treatment
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      Fluoride Treatment is a safe and effective treatment for the prevention of cavities in children. Fluoride is a mineral that fortifies teeth and makes the teeth less susceptible to decay. Although we receive fluoride from food and water, professional fluoride treatments are sometimes necessary if there are pits and fissures on the chewing surfaces of teeth or if the root surfaces are exposed or sensitive. Frequent intake of sugar and carbohydrate, inadequate saliva productions and insufficient fluoride intake also call for a professional fluoride treatment.

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      Dental decay or cavities affect most people irrespective of age, sex or social background.

      What are cavities or dental decay?

      Decay or dental caries is a disease in which the tooth is destroyed by softening as a result of growth of microorganisms on and around the teeth in presence of food particles.

      How do cavities form on the tooth?

      The microorganisms that exist in mouth along with the food remains form a sticky thin, translucent layer on the tooth called dental plaque. The plaque in initial stages can easily be removed by brushing and flossing. If it is not removed, the plaque gets attached firmly to the teeth and the bacteria multiply and in the process release mild acids that destroy the tooth structure. The enamel gets destroyed layer by layer and the bacteria gradually penetrate deeper into the tooth. The affected part of the tooth gets weakened and breaks during chewing and results in a cavity. The process is slow and continues until proper treatment is executed.

      How do you detect decay in initial stages?

      The dentist can detect initial decay by examination of the teeth and by taking an X-ray. Usually decay in between teeth can be spotted on a bitewing X-ray and on the grinding surface by probing these areas.

      How do you identify decay between teeth?

      Initial decay/ caries between teeth can be spotted on bitewing X-rays. In later stages, when more destruction takes place food usually gets impacted between teeth. A dental checkup will confirm the detection.

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      Pulpectomy

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      Also known as a “baby root canal.” This is a treatment done on a living baby tooth that has a cavity that extends to the inside of the tooth. Once a cavity reaches the inside of the tooth, the living part, the inside of the tooth becomes infected with bacteria and needs to be cleaned out. When we do this, we clean (or drill) out the cavity and make a hole into the inside of the tooth. All of the infected living tissue inside the tooth is then removed. The inside of the tooth is completely cleaned out and is now hollow. Medicine is then placed inside the tooth to help prevent infection and fill the empty space. A crown will then be placed on top of the tooth to help prevent further infection and to replace the tooth removed due to the cavities.

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      Orthodontic Treatment

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      What are braces?

      Braces are appliances that the orthodontist uses to correct your bite. These braces are either fixed on to the teeth or rest against your teeth and bring about the desired movement of your teeth.

      Why do we need braces?

      Improves your smile- A good smile adds up to the personality of an individual. A fabulous smile makes you attractive and also improves one's confidence levels. Braces improve your smile and therefore improve your appearance. 
      Improves chewing
       -Teeth are an important part of the digestive system. Chewing of food by the teeth is the beginning of the digestive process before the food is passed on to the tummy. So having a good bite improves the function of the teeth. 
      Prevents other dental problems
      - Crooked teeth prevent maintenance of good oral hygiene. This can lead to other dental problems such as dental decay and gum diseases. 
      Psychological benefits
      - Not having a good smile can adversely affect the appearance and therefore the mental well being of an individual. It tends to make one an introvert and highly self-conscious. 
      Risk of trauma
      - Teeth that are protruding out increase the risk of trauma to them. This is more so in children during play or due to an accidental fall.

      What is malocclusion?

      Malocclusion can be said to be a deviation from the normal or abnormal arrangement of teeth.

      Why do people have malocclusion?

      Numerous are the causes of malocclusion. The following are some of the more common causes. 
      Heredity
      - The genes are probably the most important factors. Many disorders in the arrangement of the teeth are inherited. 
      Thumb sucking and other habits
      - Children at times tend to develop habits such as sucking of the thumb or fingers, lip sucking, lip biting etc. Presence of thumb sucking or finger sucking till 2-3 years age does not usually produce any ill effects on the teeth and the jaw bones. Continued sucking of the thumb beyond 4 years of age very often causes protrusion of the teeth and other abnormalities in the bite. 
      Use of pacifiers
      - Children who have used pacifiers for too long tend to develop some problems of the bite
      Injuries
      - Injuries to the teeth or the bone during childhood may cause abnormalities of the bite. 
      Dental decay and diseases of the gums
       - They may sometimes cause drifting of the teeth and therefore problems of the bite.

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      Om Dental Clinic - Service Provider of smile design, root canal treatment & teeth whitening / bleaching in Pune, Maharashtra.

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      Pune-411038, Maharashtra, India

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