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Pachori Dental Care & Implant Centre - Nursing Homes / Clinics / Hospitals of oral medicine and radiology treatment service, prosthodontics treatment service & periodontology service in Agra, Uttar Pradesh.

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It may arise as a primary lesion originating in any of the tissues in the mouth, by metastasis from a distant site of origin, or by extension from a neighboring anatomic structure, such as the nasal cavity. Alternatively, the oral cancers may originate in any of the tissues of the mouth, and may be of varied histologic

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Prosthodontics Treatment Service
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A tooth crown or simply stating a tooth cap is placed to cover an otherwise compromised tooth structure, resulting from caries,root canal treatment , discolored tooth, irregular tooth structure, etc.

When do you need a crown?

1. To protect the underlying weak tooth structure (eg. Due to decay) from breaking

2. After a root canal treatment

3. Support and cover large fillings when there is not a lot of tooth structure left

4. Keep a dental bridge over a missing tooth in position

5. As an artificial tooth over a Dental Implant

6. To cover a discolored or misshaped tooth

Advantages?

A dental crown / cap improves the appearance and function of a compromised tooth due to discoloration , decay, root canal treatment, or injury etc.,hence eliminating pain and restoring the strength of the tooth.

Porcelain / ceramic crowns are very pleasing in terms of feel and esthetics as it easily matches with the shade of the adjacent teeth and have a very natural appearance.

Procedure of a dental Crown / Bridge?

To place a cap /bridge over a tooth surface your dentist need to re shape the tooth to create space for the crown / bridge, an impression is then made and send to the laboratory where the actual crown / bridge is fabricated.

Crown and bridge require a bit of extra care in terms of oral hygiene. With this care a crown / bridge can survive for several years.

Whereas improper maintenance of the crown / bridge can lead to loss of either the crown or the tooth itself, hence proper brushing , flossing, regular dental visits and maintaining food habits can help the tooth and the crown to survive for years.

Materials Available for Crowns?

1. Metal Crowns : Such crowns are made up of essential metals which provide you function and strength, however these are not very esthetically pleasing as they are not similar to the shade of your teeth

2. Metal fused to Porcelain : Such crowns have a metal base providing strength and porcelain that covers the metal provides esthetics to the crown and making it similar to the shade of the teeth in your mouth

3. Metal Free Crowns : Such crowns have no metal base but the base is of Zirconia hence providing it optimal strength and even better esthetics due to absence of metal base hence maintaining the translucency similar to natural teeth. These crowns are made from latest technology of CAD /CAM hence providing a precise fit.

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What is periodontal / gum disease?

Gum disease refers to inflammation of the soft tissue (gingival / gums) and abnormal loss of bone that surrounds the teeth and holds them in place.

What causes gum disease?

Gum disease is caused by harmful toxins secreted by bacteria in "plaque" that accumulate over time along the gum line. This plaque is a mixture of food, saliva, and bacteria.

Symptoms of gum disease?

Early symptoms : bleeding gums without pain. Pain is a symptom of more advanced gum disease as the loss of bone around the teeth leads to the formation of gum pockets. Bacteria in these pockets cause gum infection, swelling, pain, and further bone destruction. Advanced gum disease can cause loss of otherwise healthy teeth.

Treatment?

Treatment of early gum disease involves oral hygiene and removal of bacterial plaque. Moderate to advanced gum disease usually requires a thorough cleaning of the teeth and teeth roots called "root planing" and "subgingival curettage." Both of these procedures are usually performed under local anesthesia and may be accompanied by the use of oral antibiotics to overcome gum infection or abscess.

Periodontitis

It is a progressive inflammatory disease of the gums and the surrounding tissue around the teeth. It is commonly known as gum disease and was referred to as pyorrhea in the old days. It is estimated that up to 80% of the population above the age of 40 may suffer from this disease with the severity varying drastically from one person to another. Periodontitis is the number one cause of tooth loss after the age of 40. Certain medical conditions or medications can make you more susceptible to gum disease. They include pregnancy, diabetes, epilepsy, and such medications as chemotherapy, birth control pills, antidepressants, and those for heart problems.

If you notice any of the following signs of gum disease, schedule an appointment immediately:

1. gums that bleed when you brush your teeth

2. red, swollen or tender gums

3. gums that have pulled away from the teeth

4. bad breath that doesn't go away

5. pus between your teeth and gums

6. loose teeth

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Introduction :

A quite a few people require the removal of their third molars as the jaw size does not coincide with the size of teeth. Hence leading to partial eruption of the tooth in the mouth, mal-alignment of the tooth resulting in pain, infection or even damage to the tooth next to it.

Why to remove third molars?

When the jaw isn't large enough to accommodate wisdom teeth, they can become impacted (unable to come in the oral cavity) Wisdom teeth may grow sideways, emerge only part way through the gum or remain trapped beneath the gum and bone.

Removal of third molars is generally recommended: When the wisdom tooth is only partially erupted;

When there is a chance that poorly aligned wisdom teeth will damage adjacent teeth;

The most common reason people choose to remove their wisdom teeth is that their mouth is small for these teeth to normally erupt behind the second molar into a good position. Resulting into following situations:

Complete Bony Impaction

when the wisdom teeth are completely covered in bone.

Partial Bony Impaction when

The teeth begin to erupt but are not able to erupt completely. This situation can lead to decay and gum disease around the tooth.

The most common complication of the partial bony impaction, is that the flap of gum tissue which partially covers the erupting third molar, creates a pocket where bacteria present in the mouth can grow and cause an infection known as pericoronitis.

Risks and Complications: PAIN

Surgical removal of the third molars can lead to some discomfort and pain. This is usually treated with medication.

INFECTION

Because of the large number of bacteria present in the mouth post surgical infection is always possible. Patients are usually placed on prophylactic antibiotics to prevent infections from developing.

SWELLING

Following surgery patients may experience swelling and bruising. These symptom vary between patients.

BLEEDING

Some post surgical bleeding is considered normal. This is usually minimal and is easily controlled with the pressure of biting on gauze / cotton.

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Endodontics And Conservative Dentistry Treatment Service
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They are shells of tooth like ceramic materials used to fix defects of teeth like:

1. worn out enamel

2. uneven tooth alignment

3. discoloration of teeth

4. spacing between the teeth

5. chips or cracks etc.

Dental veneers / laminates fall under the category of cosmetic dentistry as they create a beautifully aligned, bright and white smile. Even the translucency of the enamel is maintained due to the superior quality of ceramic used for this purpose.

When Do You Require Dental Veneers?

If you have gaps in your teeth , discoloration of teeth, cracks in the enamel of your teeth, slightly mis- aligned teeth etc. dental veneers would be a good choice.

Advantages Of dental Veneers?

1. help in providing better esthetics for discolored teeth.

2. appear as natural teeth

3. porcelain veneers are stain free

4. they provide a conservative approach in changing the color and shape of your teeth

5. they require very less tooth preparation as compaired to the regular crowning techniques and yet offer comparative strengths and more esthetic bonding.

6. gums tolerate porcelain well

How long does the procedure take?

The total procedure requires two visits minimum.

First Vist: the tooth is prepared / shaped to accept the veneer and also shade matching and selection is done according to your requirement.

Second Visit: the veneers are ready to be fixed but prior fixing the dentist would show you how they appear and how you would look , once you are happy with the outcome they are stuck permanently.

Life Of Dental Veneers?

Porcelain veneers lasts for about five to ten years and composite veneers for about two to three years And eventually are replaced by newer ones.

Expectations?

You would love to smile.

It is also necessary to maintain good oral hygiene specially with veneers, you should brush at least twice a day, floss between your teeth and its good to use a mouth rinse as well.

This increases the life your teeth and veneers hence you don't have to get them replaced before time.

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Introduction :

A quite a few people require the removal of their third molars as the jaw size does not coincide with the size of teeth. Hence leading to partial eruption of the tooth in the mouth, mal-alignment of the tooth resulting in pain, infection or even damage to the tooth next to it.

Why to remove third molars?

When the jaw isn't large enough to accommodate wisdom teeth, they can become impacted (unable to come in the oral cavity) Wisdom teeth may grow sideways, emerge only part way through the gum or remain trapped beneath the gum and bone.

Removal of third molars is generally recommended: When the wisdom tooth is only partially erupted;

When there is a chance that poorly aligned wisdom teeth will damage adjacent teeth;

The most common reason people choose to remove their wisdom teeth is that their mouth is small for these teeth to normally erupt behind the second molar into a good position. Resulting into following situations:

Complete Bony Impaction

when the wisdom teeth are completely covered in bone.

Partial Bony Impaction when

The teeth begin to erupt but are not able to erupt completely. This situation can lead to decay and gum disease around the tooth.

The most common complication of the partial bony impaction, is that the flap of gum tissue which partially covers the erupting third molar, creates a pocket where bacteria present in the mouth can grow and cause an infection known as pericoronitis.

Risks and Complications: PAIN

Surgical removal of the third molars can lead to some discomfort and pain. This is usually treated with medication.

INFECTION

Because of the large number of bacteria present in the mouth post surgical infection is always possible. Patients are usually placed on prophylactic antibiotics to prevent infections from developing.

SWELLING

Following surgery patients may experience swelling and bruising. These symptom vary between patients.

BLEEDING

Some post surgical bleeding is considered normal. This is usually minimal and is easily controlled with the pressure of biting on gauze / cotton.

Risks/complications in removal of third molars.

The upper third molars have roots which often are separated from the maxillary sinuses by only a very thin layer of bone. Occasionally, a small communication is established between the sinus and the oral cavity when one of the upper third molars is removed. In such cases, the normal procedure is that the area is sutured closed, the patient informed of the finding, appropriate antibiotics and decongestants to be prescribed, the patient to be instructed to avoid nose blowing, sneezing etc. and the patient reappointed for followup. Most often this results in an uneventful healing period with no further treatment being required. Occasionally, the area will heal open rather than closed in which case an additional small surgical procedure will be required to close the communication.

The lower third molars often have roots that lie very near or even wrapped around the nerve. The nerve that supplies feeling to the lip, teeth and tongue on each side of the mouth. Occasionally, when a lower third molar is removed, that nerve will be bumped or bruised and if so a change in sensation may be noted on that side. In most cases, the nerve heals itself but, because nerves heal slowly, it may take six months to one year before return of normal sensation. Very rarely, the damage to the nerve is permanent.

Finally, the normal precautions, risks and benefits of extraction of any tooth (which are beyond the scope of this discussion) also apply here and should be discussed with the dentist prior to beginning any procedure.

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Cosmetic And Aesthetic Dentistry Treatment Service
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Embarrassed to smile in public or social gatherings due to stained, dark and discoloured teeth?

Its time you consult us to get back that confidence with beautiful white teeth for flawless confidence with the help of our in office Bleaching system for your teeth.

The system is very effective and safe in about 60mins you receive new sparkling white smile ready to catch the eyes of every individual smiling and laughing.

How it Works?

With the help of bleaching materials mainly hydrogen per-oxide, it seeps in to your enamel and dislodges the components producing the stains also with the help of activators such as ZOOM (ultra violet light) L.E.D lights and lasers the process is given its final outcome.

Expectations with teeth whitening?

Beautiful, sparkling and stain free white or whiter teeth than before.

However the extent of whitening varies from individual to individual depending upon the severity of the stains and on individual's teeth density etc.

The teeth can also get sensitive for a few days after teeth whitening process.

The effect of whitening can last upto two years depending upon the care taken after bleaching and other external components.

As the name suggests, a smile makeover is the art of improving the appearance of the smile through one or more cosmetic dentistry procedures, such as teeth whitening (Bleaching), veneers, composite fillings & implants.

Considerations in Smile Makeover

A smile makeover takes into consideration the color, width, length, shape of your teeth. Your facial appearance, hair color, skin tone, gum tissue and lips to develop your ideal smile. Smile makeovers are performed for many reasons and customized according to your unique considerations.

Some aspects of your smile that we will review with you and that could be improved with a smile makeover include the following:

1. Tooth Color

2. Alignment and Spacing

3. Missing Teeth

4. Harmony and Balance: Uneven, chipped and cracked teeth can be cosmetically bonded for an improved appearance, and a gummy smile can be re-contoured to help improve the overall look of the smile.

5. Fuller Lips, Smile and Cheeks

6. Esthetic Components of a Smile Makeover: In addition to the color, alignment and balance of your teeth in the esthetic zone of your smile (the section of upper and lower teeth that show when you smile), there are several attributes of your teeth and smile that we will evaluate with you when planning your smile makeover.

7. These include: Tooth Length, Smile Line, Tooth Proportions, Tooth Texture and Characterization

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First dental visit of child

Are you looking for a super way to give children healthy, attractive smiles for a lifetime? If so, we are here to help your children prevent dental problems for the rest of their lives.

Dental Health is a right of each and every child! The parents and the dentist have to share the responsibility of delivering good preventive and therapeutic care to children.

Dental health management of children starts with the education, counseling and preparation of parents prior to the actual dental treatment. Good communication is a key to successful management of children.

Dental Health is a right of each and every child! The parents and the dentist have to share the responsibility of delivering good preventive and therapeutic care to children.

As Pachori Dental Clinic we specialize in treating

Dental Care for Children of All Ages

Dental Care for Children, Teenagers, and Special Needs Patients

We specialize in children's dentistry by creating a relaxed and child-friendly experience. Many children are intimidated by the dentist's office, but our dentists and dental assistants are suited to handle anxious children. We at Pachori Dental Clinic have the knowledge and the fine touch to keep children comfortable as we help them take care of their teeth.

The emphasis in a dental practice is laid on early detection and treatment of problems affecting children, interception for irregularities observed during the growth and alignment of teeth and also prevention of dental decay.

Preventive Dentistry

Sealants : These are resins materials which are usually applied on to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth i.e. molars and premolars. These materials flow into the natural grooves and pits, and seal them, thus protecting these susceptible areas from decay.

Professional fluoride applications at regular intervals helps strengthen tooth enamel against cavities.

Treatment of dental decay

Decay can be caused due to a multiple reasons such as improper maintenance, tooth position, diet habits etc. Once decayed, the tooth can be treated using a suitable filling material to replace the lost portion of the tooth. If the tooth has extensive damage, a root canal treatment and/or a crown may be advised. Sometimes if the tooth is not restorable an extraction may be advised followed by a space maintainer.

Space Maintenance

These are devices used to maintain the space of a prematurely lost or extracted primary tooth until its permanent tooth is ready for eruption in its place.

Injuries to teeth

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