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Singh Dental

Noida, Uttar Pradesh
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Singh Dental - Service Provider of teeth whitening, general dentistry & family dentistry in Noida, Uttar Pradesh....Read More

Teeth Whitening

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Teeth Whitening

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Tooth whitening treatments have seen a rise in popularity over the last decade and it comes as no surprise to the team at Singh Dental Clinic. This remarkable treatment can give both your smile and confidence a boost through affordable and effective treatment. Singh Dental Clinic offers the most effective and innovative whitening treatments in the current market, including:

  • -Enlighten.

The teeth's natural whiteness can become faded over time and this can make your smile look dull and unhealthy. Drinking tea, coffee and smoking are another factor that can result in teeth becoming discoloured. Whitening treatments work quickly and give the teeth a healthy glow, which will make you look and feel great.

Whitening treatments are very popular and most individuals will have heard of the treatments on offer. However, choosing the right treatment can be difficult, especially if you are not familiar with the different methods and services available. We can help you to decide which treatment is most ideal for you based on your needs and preferences. If you wish to learn more about the services and treatments we offer, do not hesitate to give us a ring and arrange a consultation. We will do all we can to give you a beautiful, radiant smile which you will be proud to show off.

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General Dentistry
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General Dentistry

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The treatments available from our general dentists at Singh Dental Clinic can help maintain the health of your smile and prevent tooth loss and gum deterioration. We strive to help you keep your own natural teeth and tooth extraction will only ever be a last resort in the maintenance of your oral health.

Below are some of the diseases and conditions you should look out for and the general dentistry treatments we provide to return you to the very best of dental health should they arise.

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Family Dentistry
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Family Dentistry

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At Singh Dental Clinic we believe that dental health should be practised before the first tooth is even visible and offer a complete Family Dentistry service to ensure that you and your family's oral health is at its very best.

Preventing decay by promoting healthy smiles

We want to help maintain smiles that are all your own for every member of the family and so look to prevent decay and disease rather than cure them. We do so by offering tailored advice to each family member concerning their own personal oral health routine and by providing regular check-ups and deep cleanings.

Bringing baby for dental care

You can bring your baby into the practice from as young as six months. This may sound a little early, but as dental cavities can occur within the gums before your child's first teeth even erupts it may be a great benefit to their oral health if you visit the practice as early as possible. Taking care of your baby's health could be as simple as cleaning their gums every morning and night with a small amount of toothpaste and a wet cloth, which could prevent the development of gum disease and tooth decay when their teeth do start to grow.

Teeth straightening for all the family

Straightened smiles not only look healthier but are easier to clean, making them feel healthier. Because of the positives of straight teeth we provide braces for family members of all ages and with our amazing range of fast acting and invisible braces there is an ideal brace for children and adults.

The benefits of regular check-ups

6 monthly check-ups are ideal for maintaining the oral health of all the family and can help detect the development of decay and diseases before they cause any lasting damage. Identifying disease and decay sooner rather than later could mean the difference between mild problems and complete tooth loss, so it is of vital importance that you maintain your regular oral check-ups.

Call the practice today to book a routine check-up for you and the family to ensure the highest standards of dental health.

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Cosmetic Dentistry
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Cosmetic Dentistry

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At Singh Dental Clinic we aim to keep you teeth healthy and strong, but we also understand that the appearance of your teeth is important to you as well. This is why we offer the very best treatments and procedures available today, to enhance, rejuvenate and restore your smile, whatever your dental problem.
Teeth Whitening

A teeth whitening session at Singh Dental Clinic can have your teeth up to 7 shades brighter in just one visit.

Sit back and relax in one of our comfortable treatment chairs, as we banish the stains and discolouration and rejuvenate tired smiles that just need a little enhancement to make them really shine.

Our whitening procedure is incredibly simple.

First we clean your teeth and apply the whitening gel. We then place you under our specialist whitening light, to encourage the gel to whitening both the outside and inside of your teeth, for a truly glorious smile.

Your smile is now bright, white and stunning, just make sure to keep up your dental hygiene and cut down on the smoking to help keep your amazing results. This is the perfect treatment for anyone who is happy with the straightness of their smile, but would just like a little boost. It is also a great way to enhance your smile in time for a special occasion such as a birthday or a wedding.

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Bone Grafting - Sinus Lift
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The maxillary sinuses are located in the cheekbones below your eyes.Tooth loss below the sinus leads to bone loss and over time the sinus will expand into the area previously occupied by bone and teeth.
The maxillary sinuses are located in the cheekbones below your eyes.Tooth loss below the sinus leads to bone loss and over time the sinus will expand into the area previously occupied by bone and teeth. 

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Brushing Teeth
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Brushing Teeth

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There are a number of effective brushing techniques. Since tooth position and gum condition vary, patients are advised to check with their dentist to determine which is the best one for them.

  • On the outer and inner surfaces, brush at a 45-degree angle in short, half-tooth-wide strokes against the gum line. (Refer Figure 1)
  • On chewing surfaces, hold the brush flat and brush back and forth. (Refer Figure 2)
  • On inside surfaces of the front teeth, tilt brush vertically and use gentle up and down strokes. (Refer Figure 3)
  • Brush the tongue in a back-to-front sweeping motion to remove food particles and freshen your mouth.

In case of any doubt consult your dentist as to the correct way of brushing.

What happens if I brush my teeth incorrectly?

Incorrect brushing, such as using a back and forth motion, can cause the gum surface to recede. It can also expose the root surface and cause it to wear away. You also risk receding the gum line. 

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Braces or Orthodontic Treatment
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Braces are the most efficient and accurate way of moving teeth.Braces (bands, brackets and wires) are usually made of stainless steel although clear brackets are available, usually at extra cost.

Fitting the braces usually involves two visits. Braces remain on the teeth for the entire duration of treatment.Patients then attend approximately every 4-8 weeks for adjustments, wire changes, etc.During treatment, patients may need to wear such items as rubber bands and/or headgear with their braces. These items provide important extra forces for the correction of the bite.

How Long does it take to complete the orthodontic treatment

Orthodontic treatment usually takes 18 - 24 months. Some cases may be finished earlier and others may take longer to complete. The total treatment time depends on the severity of the original malocclusion, the type of treatment carried out, and the co-operation of the patient.

Dental check-ups

Orthodontic patients should continue to attend their family dentist for regular check-ups during the course of orthodontic treatment.

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Retention Dental Treatment Services
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At the completion of the active part of orthodontic treatment, the braces are removed and retaining appliances (retainers) are fitted to hold the teeth steady in their new position. These appliances may be removable plates or wires fitted behind the teeth.Retainers play an important role in orthodontic treatment for, if they are not worn according to instructions, the teeth may move back towards their original position.

The retaining appliances are usually worn:

  • Full-time for up to one year
  • Just at night for a further year
  • Phased out altogether over one more year

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Dental implants are devices that replace the roots of missing teeth, and are used to support crowns, bridges or dentures.Dental Implants are placed in your jawbone surgically. Most of the time, implants feel more natural and secure than other methods of replacing missing teeth, such as dentures.

Ideal Candidate for dental implants

The primary consideration for the suitability of dental implants for a particular patient is the amount and condition of the bone in the area where the implant is to be placed. With the loss of a tooth, the area of the jaw without the tooth naturally undergoes resorption, or a thinning, of the bone in that area. The less bone available in which to place the implant, the greater chance of the implant not "taking" in the region. A common type of implant, called root form implants due to their similarity in shape to a tooth root, actually undergo a bonding with the surrounding bone called Osseo integration. Without enough healthy bone at the implant site, this process cannot occur and the implant will fail.

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Root Canal Therapy

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Root canal therapy is a dental procedure which helps in removing the entire internal parts, mainly pulp chamber of the tooth. It also involves the filling of the prepared empty cavity with a suitable bio-compatible material. This procedure is done and advised only when the tooth can not compensate restoring material in a small cavity on the surface. The procedure involves the removal of the nervous elements of the tooth which have been infected or decayed already due to microbial action or any physical pressures.The procedure that involves the root canal is also called as root canal therapy or root canal treatment. This is the only procedure that can help when the entire pulp and its contents are decayed. This procedure of root canal treatment can be done by a general dentist, but the one who specializes in this field is an Endodontist.

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Wisdom teeth usually emerge from the gum (erupt) between the ages of 17 and 24. They are the last of the molar teeth. Some people never develop wisdom teeth, others have up to four - one in each corner of the mouth.

Wisdom teeth often cause no problems. They are described as impacted when there is not enough space for them at the back of the mouth. In such a case it might erupt towards the cheek or it might impinge on the second molar. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain, swelling, infection or damage to the teeth next to them. If the gum around the wisdom tooth is swollen the jaw may become stiff and sore. Infection at the back of the mouth can cause bad breath and a bad taste. The surgical removal (extraction) of one or more wisdom teeth can relieve these problems. People who have impacted wisdom teeth that are not causing problems do not need to have them removed.

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Dental Bridges

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Dental Bridges Consultation and Treatment Planning

Once you and your dentist determine that a dental bridge is the best replacement for your missing tooth or teeth, you will be advised of different materials that the dental laboratory can use to make your restoration. Material availability will depend upon where in the mouth the bridge will be placed, whether or not you grind or clench your teeth (bruxism), your dental insurance coverage, and other factors outlined by your dentist. Dental bridges today can be fabricated from a combination of porcelain and metal, porcelain and gold, or exclusively with high-strength metal-free materials such as zirconia or alumina.

Your dentist will take X-rays and impressions of the area requiring a bridge, as well as preoperative photographs, for use in planning the ideal bridge restoration for you. Depending upon the number of consecutive teeth you are missing, your bridge could be three or more units; two crowns that are cemented to the teeth on either side of the space (called abutments), plus one or more false teeth (called pontics) to fill the space. Additional impressions will be taken after your dentist prepares the abutment teeth for the bridge.

The Dental Bridge Procedure

During the first visit, your dentist examines the health of your gums and other teeth to evaluate if you are a candidate for a dental bridge. If you are a candidate for a dental bridge, you are given a local anesthetic so your dentist can prepare the teeth required to support the bridge. If the support teeth are decayed or badly broken down, your dentist may have to build them back up before they can be used as support teeth for a bridge.

Next, your dentist takes an impression of the prepared teeth with a putty-like material that is used to create a model of your teeth. Your bridge is fabricated based on this model by a skilled lab technician so that it prec

While your bridge is being fabricated, your dentist fits you with a temporary bridge so the teeth and gums can be protected from damage until your permanent bridge is ready.

To complete the dental bridge procedure, you must return to the dental office for a second visit to have the bridge fitted and cemented.

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Dental Bridges Recovery and Post-Procedure Care
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After your dental bridge has been cemented into place, your dentist will provide you with hygiene information to maintain the performance and longevity of your restoration, along with the health of your teeth and gums. A special bridge floss threader will allow you to properly and thoroughly floss the areas surrounding your bridge and between the pontic and underlying gum tissue. It should be used daily to prevent the build-up of plaque and bacteria. Proper brushing with fluoride toothpaste should be performed at least twice each day.

The Cost of Dental Bridges

The cost of dental bridges depends on several factors, including:

  • The potential need for additional procedures (such as fillings or root canals) in one or two of the adjoining teeth.
  • The artistic technique of the dentist and lab technician.
  • The location of the dentist.
  • The coverage provided by your dental insurance.
  • The type of material used in the bridge.
  • The preparation of teeth involved in the bridge procedure.

Dental bridges can range in price from $1000 to $3000 per tooth based on the aforementioned factors. If you exercise proper dental hygiene and visit your dentist for regular checkups, your bridges can last for many years. If treatment is not covered by your dental insurance policy, or if you don't have insurance, you may be able to enlist the services of a third-party financing company like CareCredit or Capital One. Qualified candidates can work with a financing company to develop a monthly payment plan that best fits their budget.

There are a number of variables that can affect bridge longevity, though it is not uncommon for a dental bridge to last for 10 to 20 years.

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Sterlization 	Dental Treatment Services
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Basic Safety Measures

All doctors wear gloves, masks and glasses when treating patients. After contact with each patient, the gloves are removed and discarded and are never reused for another patient. Gloves are removed or "overgloved" if the treatment of a patient is temporarily interrupted.

All suction tips, saliva ejectors, water glasses, headrest covers and light handle covers are disposed of and replaced between patients.

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Posterior Tooth Replacement
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Benefits of Implants Supported Bridge
  • Looks, feels and performs like your natural teeth
  • Does not compromise adjacent teeth
  • Preserves surrounding bone (replaces tooth root)
  • Bridge attaches securely to implants
  • Restores natural biting strength
  • Eliminates recurrent wear around prepared teeth
  • Improves appearance and self-esteem.

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Complete Lower Tooth Replacement
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Benefits of Implant Supported Bridge or Overdenture
  • Maintains integrity of facial structure (prevents further bone deterioration)*
  • Increases comfort and stability
  • Restores natural biting strength
  • Improves health due to better eating habits and improved digestion
  • Eliminates need for adhesives
  • Improves appearance (lost lip support restored)
  • Builds confidence in eating and speaking more clearly.
  • Complete Lower Teeth Replacement With Dental ImplantsDescription of Lower Jaw

    The name of the lower jaw bone is called MANDIBLE. It is U shaped single bone attached by two joints called TM Joints to the base of the skull. There are very powerful ligaments and muscles which moves this bone for effective chewing. You will be surprised to know the force exerted between the back teeth and it can be up to 150 kg per sq inch. This jaw bone can move in many directions for pulverizing the food that we take. There two nerves which traverse this bone from either side entering from the back inside and exiting the bone outside between the two premolars. This jaw bone holds 18 teeth in total.

    What happens if the complete teeth are lost?

    The part of the jaw bone holding the teeth starts shrinking and you will loose the shape of the face. Impairment of chewing and speaking causes social and health problems.The only treatment that can prevent shrinking of bone is to place implants.The jaw bone recognizes the implant as the lost root of the teeth. The function imparted by the implants increases the density of the bone and the shape is maintained. So dental implant is done not only for cosmetic reasons but also for functional reasons.

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Bridges for Teeth Replacement
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A bridge is a fixed dental replacement for one or more missing teeth. It consists of an artificial tooth that is suspended between two adjacent teeth. This replacement is attached to crowns that are made for the adjacent teeth.
The loss of a single tooth can have a major impact on your personal appearance and dental health. Your teeth support and rely on each other. When one or more teeth are missing, the remaining teeth can drift out of position. This can lead to a change in the bite, loss of additional teeth, decay and gum disease. Ultimately, your ability to chew comfortably and your appearance may be affected. In such situations it is advisable to replace the missing teeth. 

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Bleeding Gums
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Bleeding Gums

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Bleeding gums is among the common conditions affecting the oral cavity. The Chinese might have noticed bleeding gums as early as 2500 BC. They termed the associated diseases as "Ya-Kon" which means diseases of soft tissue surrounding the teeth. This problem still continues to affect us even with so many modern facilities available in the field of oral care. Gum disease begins with plaque, a sticky film of food particles, germs and saliva. If not removed, plaque will settle at the gum line. The germs will produce toxins that makes the gums red, tender and likely to bleed when brushing your teeth. There are chronic conditions and even some medications that can cause plaque to accumulate more quickly. The purpose of daily brushing rinsing and flossing is to clean away this plaque. When this plaque is not removed it can harden into tartar which builds up along the gum line and traps germs below. The mildest form of gum disease is called gingivitis and is the most common.

The primary cause of gingivitis is the bacteria that coat your teeth, and if oral hygiene is poor, it forms a sticky white substance called plaque. The bacteria here proliferates faster and produces toxins that irritates your gums, keeping them swollen and red. When they are left untreated, they will destroy the tissues connecting the gums to the tooth, and eventually the tooth to the bones, causing a deep pocket and eventually attacks the bony structure. It has now progressed into what we call periodontitis, which is an irreversible form of gum disease.

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Enlighten

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Enlighten teeth whitening comes highly recommended. It produces natural results and creates beautiful, healthy smiles. The Enlighten whitening system entered the market in 2001 and since then has quickly found itself among the foremost cosmetic treatments. A whitening treatment gives your smile an instant boost that can do wonders for your confidence.

Enlighten combines the use of professional home whitening products and an in-chair treatment. You wear custom-made whitening trays for 2 weeks before coming into the clinic for a one hour in-chair treatment to give your smile a final flourish. Enlighten is so popular because it lightens the teeth by up to 10 shades and the results last a long time.

In line with the new EU regulations 01/11/12 all our whitening products contain no more than 6% hydrogen peroxide or equivalent.

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Smile Makeovers

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A smile makeover is the ultimate cosmetic dental treatment and can literally transform your teeth into a dazzling, flawless smile. This combination of cosmetic treatments will boost your confidence and make you look beautiful.

  • Tooth whitening: we offer an array of treatments, including Enlighten.
  • Cosmetic bonding.
  • Dentures.
  • Dental bridges.
  • Porcelain veneers.
  • Porcelain crowns.
  • White fillings.

The treatments you choose will depend on the look you want to achieve and your current oral health status. We will be happy to recommend treatments to you based on your individual needs and expectations.

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Replacing Of Lost Tooth

Replacing Of Lost Tooth

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Porcelain Veneers

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Porcelain veneers are the ideal solution to many dental problems and can straighten crooked teeth, restore cracked or chipped teeth and enhance the colour of your smile in just two visits.

Porcelain veneers are thin, shell-like covers, which are attached permanently to the front of your teeth after the tooth has been prepared. Each veneer is custom made to suit the colour, shape and translucency of your smile, for a gorgeous yet natural looking transformation.

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MAC Veneers

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Only a handful of UK dentists are able to provide MAC Veneers, with Kings Road Dental being one of these proud MAC Veneer practitioners.

MAC Veneers are up to 3 times stronger than regular ceramic veneers, are stain resistance and are incredibly natural in appearance. This combination of great features makes MAC Veneers one of the most sought after veneer treatments and they are the basis of many beautiful Hollywood smiles.

MAC Veneers are made in a single laboratory in Dublin, California and are created with the most detailed care, by a set of skilled dental technicians, whose attention to detail cannot be matched by any other dental laboratory.

MAC Veneers can be used for the correction of gaps, crooked smiles, stained teeth and tooth chips. Although they are more expensive that traditional veneers they last a great deal longer and so could actually be more cost effective in the long run.

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Royale Crown Metal Free

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What is Royale Crown Metal free?

Royale Crown Metal Free is porcelain fused to Zirconia coping and known as metal free of all ceramic. When they are made the dental technician places the model into a sophisticated 5-axis laser scanner which re-creates 3-D picture to CAD system. Then the milling machine uses this data to mill an extremely precise restoration out of Zirconia disc. A porcelain layer is then fused over this coping giving the crown a white tooth like appearance.

Why prefer Royale Metal Free Over Porcelain Fused to Metal Restorations?

Royale Crown Metal Free restorations are completely non-metallic, highly bio-degradable naturally aesthetic and translucent, non-allergic , tissue friendly, fracture and wear resistant.Other advantages of Royale Crown Metal Free are as follows:

  • With Royale Crown Metal Free the visible metallic edges and grey metal ceramic crown belong to the past.
  • Royale crown Metal Free gives the tooth a natural appearance due to its translucent nature.
  • Metal sensitive people can be rehabilitated without any fear.
  • Royale Crown Metal Free being Non-Metallic avoids corrosion and also prevents gingival reactions which lead to black appearance in the gum line.
  • Since Metal is a conductor of heat unpleasant temperature is not felt upon using Royale Crown Metal Free Restorations.
What is a Royale Metal Free Bridge?

Royale crown Metal Free Bridge is ideal for people who don’t like dentures or only have one or more teeth missing. Bridges are made by crowning the teeth on ether side of the gap and attaching a false tooth in the middle.

Which Dental Problems require Royale Metal Free

A dentist might recommend placing a Royale Crown Metal Free for a variety of reasons but, in general Royale Crown Metal Free may be needed in the following situations:

  • In case of missing teeth to hold a dental Bridge in place. If a large portion of your tooth has fractured and it can not be built up using traditional composite bonding techniques.
  • If you have a large cavity and opt for the additional protections a crown offers to your tooth over a large composite filling or an inlay.
  • If you grind your teeth and have a poor diet, acid erosion may reduce your teeth to a point where the only option available is to crown them.
  • To cover severely discolored teeth.
  • To restore the tooth in its original shape.
  • A good option in case of crowded teeth.
  • For cosmetic reasons, to improve the aesthetics of your smile, you may opt Royale Crown Metal Free.
  • Following root canal treatment a Royale Crown Metal Free is often needed to strengthen the tooth
  • To strengthen the shaky tooth.

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Depending on your particular problem, implants can be more expensive than the alternatives (denture or bridge).While the upfront cost for implants can be more than for other types of restorations, the investment can pay off in the long run. You do not necessarily need an implant for every missing tooth. Your dentist can discuss how many implants you will need .Other benefits of implants include:

Feel - Because implants are imbedded in your bone, they feel more like your natural teeth than bridges or dentures.

Convenience - You will not need to worry about denture adhesives or having your dentures slip, click or fall out when you speak.

Nutrition - You will be able to chew better with implants. Chewing can be difficult with regular dentures, especially ones that don't fit perfectly. A regular upper denture also covers your palate, which can reduce your sense of taste.

Self-esteem - Because implants are so much like your natural teeth, you will think about them less. Your self-esteem and confidence will be improved because you will not have to worry about denture problems or people noticing that you have missing teeth. Regular dentures also can affect your speech, which can make you less self-confident when talking with others.

What will happen at the initial consultation?

At the first appointment, the dentist will examine your teeth and determine whether implants are the solution to your dental problems. Often, x-rays are necessary to discover the state of the jawbone, particularly if the teeth have been lost for some time. Dentist may even make dental models for better understanding.This information can be used to determine if implants would work for you and, if so, what particular type of implant that would be best for your situation.

How are dental implant procedures performed?

Under local anesthesia, the first step for many implant procedures is the exposure of the bone where the implant is to be made. This is followed by placement of the implant into the exposed jawbone. Implants that are placed in the bone are called endosteal implants and are made of titanium or a titanium alloy because this metal does not adversely interact with biological tissue.

After placement of the implant a cover screw is put in and the wound is closed with stitches and allowed to heal. In general, placements in the lower jaw need to heal about three months, while placements in the upper jaw need to heal about six months. After healing, in a second surgical procedure, the implant is uncovered, the cover screw is removed and a healing abutment or a temporary crown is placed in the implant. Temporary crowns are generally used for esthetic reasons, when the implant is in a place that is visible. Both healing abutments and temporary crowns allow the tissue around the implant to be trained to grow around the final prosthetics tooth. After about two months the soft tissue will be healed to receive the final prosthetic tooth.

Impressions are taken to make a custom abutment that takes into account the shape of the neck of the implant. The prosthetic tooth is sometimes attached to a cylinder that can be screwed into the abutment or it can be directly cemented onto the abutment. This multi-stage process, where the two surgical procedures are separated by a lengthy healing time, has proven to provide excellent stability in the final implant.

Single step surgical implants are available, but skipping the healing step often loses some stability of the final implant.Immediate placement with instant crown has specific indications and may not suit every patient.

How long does the surgery take?

Surgery time will vary greatly depending on the number of dental implants. For each of the two visits, one implant, going very smoothly, will take a little over an hour. Time goes up proportionally from there.

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Q. At what age should a child have an orthodontic examination?

A. Age 7, unless you suspect a problem at an earlier age, because most facial asymmetries are likely to be apparent by that time. A timely screening will lead to extraordinary treatment benefits. For others, the principle benefit is peace of mind.

Q. Why are children being evaluated at such an early age?

A. Early diagnosis and treatment can guide erupting teeth into a more favorable position, preserve space for the permanent teeth and reduce the likelihood of fracturing protruded front teeth. Also, early treatment may shorten treatment time, make treatment easier and in some cases less expensive. It may even provide advantages that are not available later.

Q. Is orthodontic care expensive?

A. Orthodontic therapy may eliminate the need for other medical and dental treatment. The physical and psychological benefits usually last a lifetime, which makes orthodontics one of the best investments in healthcare and quality of life.

Q. What is the psychological impact of early treatment?

A. Appearance has been related to popularity, social behaviors, self-expectation, personality style, and self-esteem. Orthodontic therapy may lessen the likelihood that a child will be picked on by other children. Treatment may reduce appearance-consciousness and the emotional scarring that can occur during critical developmental years. Also, as adolescents enter the sensitive teenage years, they become far less receptive to orthodontic therapy.

Q. In addition to esthetic improvements, what are some other benefits of orthodontic therapy?

A. Additional benefits may include better function, improved cleanability, more favorable wear patterns and greater longevity of natural teeth.

Q. Why is the growth spurt at puberty so important in orthodontics?

A. This is the time when much of the development of the face occurs. Treatment during this period allows the orthodontist to favorably influence the facial profile in a growing child. Once growth of the facial bones is complete, correction of skeletal discrepancies usually requires surgery.

Q. If I'm not sure about the need for orthodontics, how should the patient he managed?

A. If in doubt, refer. If you notice a problem and refer to a specialist, your legal and professional responsibilities are fulfilled. Also, an early referral can avoid more complex problems that may worsen with time.

Q. What's the problem with waiting until the permanent teeth erupt to refer?

A. The problem may be one of opportunities missed with respect to growth and development. While patients can be treated at any age, those with available growth may enjoy a substantial advantage. Timely treatment may prevent the need for jaw surgery, extraction of permanent teeth, or fracture of protruded incisors. Early treatment may also help the psychological development. Patients also benefit from guidance of tooth eruption.

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Orthodontics for Adults

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Q. At what age is a patient too old for orthodontics?

A. Patients who have teeth and healthy supporting structures are never too old for orthodontic therapy. Age is not a factor.

Q. How can I tactfully approach an adult patient who could benefit from orthodontics?

A. Ask the question: "Are you happy with the appearance of your teeth?" The ill be your guide to further answer will be your guide to further development of the conversation.

Q. Why are adults seeking orthodontics in increasing numbers?

A. Many adults are receiving orthodontic care that was not available to them as children. They realize that improving the health of their mouths and the attractiveness of their smiles and facial appearances can result in changes for the better in their personal, social, and professional lives. Technical advances have also had an impact on adult therapy.

Q. What are some of those advances?

A. Advanced technology has produced small tooth-colored brackets that are barely noticeable. Specially alloyed wires are more comfortable, can speed up treatment, and may decrease the number of necessary appointments. New retainers can be placed where they do not show. Also, advanced surgical techniques now allow treatment of many skeletal problems after growth is completed.

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Tooth Decay

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Tooth decay is most often caused by a combination of sugary food and neglected oral hygiene.

After eating a sugary snack or drinking a can of soda you may feel a slight gritty feeling across your teeth. This occurs when bacteria feeds on the sugar on your teeth and forms a film of plaque. This plaque, if left unchecked, eats away first at the enamel of your teeth, then the dentin and finally the dental pulp inside. Once this has occurred the tooth will become infected, which is often incredibly painful.

Symptoms include:

  • Holes in the teeth: this is the most common indication of tooth decay and occurs when the bacteria eats away at the enamel of your tooth.
  • Toothache: Once the decay has passed the enamel and entered the tooth, pulp pain is usually the norm and will become hard to ignore.
  • Broken teeth: This occurs when the decay has been left untreated and the tooth has been literally eaten away by the bacteria.

Treatments include:

  • Fillings: if your decay is in the very early stages, when only the outer enamel and some dentin is damaged, your dentist can clean the area and then seal it up with a dental filling.
  • Root canal treatment: if the decay has progressed into the dental pulp your dentist may have to perform root canal treatment, which involves removing all the infected pulp from inside your tooth and putting a protective crown over the top of your tooth.
  • Broken teeth: Finally if your tooth has reached the broken stage it will most likely have to be removed to prevent the spread of infection to your other teeth. However, once it has been removed there are a number of options to replace your tooth, including dentures, bridges and dental implants.

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Cases of oral cancer have greatly increased in the last few years, with causes including drinking and smoking. Oral or mouth cancer is incredibly curable if caught in the early stages, with over 90% of victims cured if treated early. However, this rate drops to 50% if left untreated so it is of vital importance to visit the dentist if you have the following symptoms:

  • Bleeding from your mouth.
  • Pain or difficulty when swallowing.
  • White and red patches on the lips or in the mouth.
  • Blisters or ulcers that reappear and do not heal.
  • Persistent earaches.
  • Change in tooth/jaw alignment.

If you experience any of these symptoms visit the practice today. We can perform an examination, make a diagnosis and if necessary start your treatment.

We are here to protect the health of your mouth and teeth so if any problems arise please call us as soon as possible and we can help you return to good oral health.

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