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Smile On Orthodontic & Dental Care Centre - Nursing Homes / Clinics / Hospitals of root canal treatment, orthodontics treatment services & smile make over services in Gurgaon, Haryana.

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Root Canal Treatment
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Root Canal Treatment

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A root canal treatment is a procedure done to treat and save a tooth that is damaged, infected or badly decayed. The treatment involves (1) removal of the infected nerves and pulp & (2) cleaning and sealing the infected area inside the tooth with a biologically inert material known as Gutta percha.

At Smile On’ Root Canal treatment is done by Root Canal Specialist, who can save a badly infected and damaged tooth that, stays for life

Painless RCT

We take utmost care that you won’t have any discomfort during and after the root canal procedure. Various steps carried out to ensure painless treatment are

  • Before giving local anesthetic injection the site of injection is made numb using gels & sprays so that the discomfort of injection/shots is reduced.
  • Very fine needles are used to reduce the pain
  • While procedure extreme care is taken to avoid irritation to surrounding tissues (Reduces chances of postoperative pain)
  • Good intracanal medicaments are used to prevent postoperative pain.
  • Number of visits

    Root Canal treatment can be done in single or multiple visits depending on the situation. Most of the uncomplicated teeth can be treated in single or two visits. However in some cases (depending on factors like multiple numbers of roots in tooth, inaccessible location of tooth, highly infected tooth and surrounding areas) multiple visits are required to ensure complete removal of infection.

    Latest Advanced Technologies

    At Smile On’, we follow all the treatment principles and work very hard to achieve the goals of successful treatment

  • More Precise Treatment Latest technologies like Motorized Ni-Ti Rotary instruments and Very Precise Apex Locators (To confirm tooth lengths) are used.
  • Zooming in On your teeth Magnification loupes are used for better vision

We make sure you get top notch service using unparalleled technologies.

Repeat RCT (Re- RCT)

If a root canal treatment is poorly or incompletely done infection will recur and manifests as pain or swelling or both. Common causes of failure of RCT are

  • Incompletely achieved length of roots so that some portion is still left infected
  • All the canals are not treated
  • Presence of untreated extra canal
  • Very thinly filled canals

We have come across with several cases of failed RCT which have been done previously somewhere else. Such cases require retreatment to clean all the previously left infection. Root Canal Specialist at Smile On has expertise and special interest in treating such cases with extreme care and patience.

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Orthodontics Treatment Services
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Orthodontic treatment deals with correction of improperly aligned teeth, to improve their appearance and how they work. In some cases the teeth may be straight, but the upper and the lower jaws may not meet properly. Orthodontics also helps in guiding jaw growth in proper directions. This treatment is carried out by using small brackets cemented to your teeth, connected by a wire, which is periodically tightened by orthodontist to gradually shift the teeth or jaws.The brackets may be metal or tooth colored. Sometimes they are placed behind your teeth.

Orthodontic treatment duration is variable from case to case depending on type of malocclusion, age, teeth & gums health, growth extent & treatment mechanics used. Usual duration is 1to 2 years.

Benefits Of Orthodontic Treatment

Improve self-image:

  • Boost self-esteem
  • Build social & career success

Help alleviate or prevent problems such as:

  • Difficulty in brushing & cleaning
  • Tooth decay
  • Gum disease
  • Wear of tooth surfaces
  • Chewing difficulties
  • Dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ)
  • Types of Orthodontic brackets:

    Orthodontic brackets can be metallic or tooth colored.

    Metal brackets:

    Metal brackets are the most commonly used orthodontic brackets. They can be silver or gold colored. They are very strong and can withstand most types of daily interaction. The orthodontic wires are held into the brackets using either steel ligatures or elastic modules. The elastic modules can be of various colors

    Tooth Colored Braces:  

                        Ceramic braces are the clear alternative to metallic braces and allow the natural look of your teeth to shine through. They are made from a translucent glass material. The brackets will not stain nor discolor, maintaining their original appearance through the treatment. The wires can also be coated with a tooth- colored material to conceal their metallic appearance.


  • Brilliant aesthetics
  • Very comfortable (Smooth corners, Less Soft tissue irritation)
  • Resist staining and discoloration throughout the treatment
  • Very good strength
  • Small size and profile

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Smile Make Over Services
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Smile Makeover involves one or more cosmetic dental procedure to improve the aesthetics of your smile. It includes procedures like veneers, teeth whitening, cosmetic fillings and metal free (all ceramic) crowns or bridges.

The goal of Smile makeover is to improve your smile by taking into consideration your facial appearance, skin tone, hair color, teeth, gum tissues and lips to develop your ideal smile. Smile make over requirements varying from person to person, it is customized according to your unique preferences.

How can smile makeover improve your smile?

There are many different ways to improvise your smile using modern cosmetic dentistry:

  • Gaps between your teeth can be closed to give you a better smile. This can be achieved instantly using porcelain veneers. Orthodontics can also be used to close the gaps.
  • Small Worn teeth with spaces result in prematurely aged appearance. Veneers can be used to lengthen teeth providing them a uniform color, shape and symmetry, and make the teeth appear straight.
  • Chipped, broken teeth can be repaired using porcelain veneers, porcelain crowns, cosmetics tooth colored fillings depending on the extent of damage.
  • Gummy smile can be corrected by gum contouring alone or by a combination of gum contouring, braces and veneers depending on the clinical findings.
  • If you have badly stained teeth or you are not satisfied with the color of your teeth, it can be remedied by professional teeth whitening or veneers.
  • Crooked teeth can be straightened by Orthodontics. If the crowding is not severe, instant straightening of teeth can be done by Porcelain Veneers.
  • Missing teeth can be replaced by a dental bridge, dental implant or a denture.
  • De-pigmentation of the gums\
  • The end result of the smile makeover for many people is a smile to be proud of, one that is straight, white and perfectly aligned.

    Porcelain veneers

    Porcelain veneers are wafer- thin shells of porcelain that are bonded onto the front side of teeth to improve cosmetic appearance of the teeth. Porcelain veneers create a very life-like tooth appearance. They are resistant to coffee and tea stains, .


    To change teeth color (for fluorosed teeth, tetracycline stains, darkened teeth due to trauma)

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Teeth Whitening
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It is a process of lightening or whitening the color of your teeth without removal of any tooth structure. Teeth whitening is amongst the most popular cosmetic dental procedures because it can greatly improve how your teeth look.

Cause for teeth discoloration

Although teeth seem very hard, the enamel has microscopic pores that discolor over time as we age, from smoking, food and drinking product ingredients (Colas, teas, coffees, red wines), chewing , trauma to the teeth ( in an accident). In some cases, enamel discoloration occurs during early tooth formation from antibiotics (e.g. Tetracycline) and fluoride consumption. Some of the people have naturally darker teeth.

Methods of bleaching

Teeth whitening can be done by:

In office bleaching

        It is carried out in dental office. After proper isolation and protection of the area the bleaching agent in form of paste or gel is applied on the teeth for 30-60 minutes, or reapplied in specific increments of time (usually 8 minutes) for up to an hour. Most whitening products require a curing light or laser to be used to add heat to the paste to activate peroxide.  After that the teeth are thoroughly cleaned and rinsed with water.

Instructions to avoid foods and beverages having high level of pigment, such as coffee, tomato sauce or juice and  for 24 hours after the procedure to allow enamel pores to close to prevent re-staining are given.

Home Bleaching

It involves use of custom made trays for individuals. An appointment will be scheduled to give you the bleaching agent and to show how to dispense the bleaching solution in the tray. These trays are used for one to three hours a day for one to two weeks. Detailed instructions will be given to you. Avoid eating, drinking, or smoking while wearing the trays and for approximately 30 minutes post bleaching.

A follow up appointment is scheduled to evaluate the results and determine the final shade of your teeth.

How Bleaching Works


    Dentist supervised teeth whitening involves controlled use of carbamide or hydrogen peroxides. Most in-office systems use 15-35% hydrogen peroxide gels, coupled with a high intensity light to expedite the bleaching chemical reaction. This process can achieve four to six shades of lighter teeth after only one 40 minute treatment (varying from person to person)

Home bleaching systems often use 10-20% carbamide peroxide gels. Some gels also contain sodium fluoride to reduce post operative sensitivity and strengthen teeth.

At Smile On, we specifically use bleaching agents with Remineralization capacity to minimize post operative sensitivity.


Is teeth whitening safe?

Yes teeth whitening is safe. It is a non-invasive, very safe method to get a pristine white smile. There is no harmful stripping of enamel; it involves use of chemicals that neutralize the stain deep inside your teeth.

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Dental Implants
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Dental implant

Dental implant is a replacement for the root or roots of a tooth. Dental implants are made of titanium and titanium alloys, which is biocompatible and strong. They are used to secure crowns, bridgework or dentures by a variety of means. Dental implants are the best treatment option for replacing missing teeth.

Advantages of Implants
  • Conservative: Unlike traditional bridges, adjacent teeth are not prepared for support and hence left intact.
  • Aesthetic: Implant supported crowns look and feel like your own natural teeth.
  • Comfortable: They function very similar to natural teeth and are very comfortable and stable. Denture problems like poor fit, gum irritation etc are eliminated.
  • Improved Eating: With implants you can eat wide range of foods with confidence. Unlike dentures there is no risk of rolling them in mouth. There is also alteration in taste sensation with complete upper denture covering the palate.
  • Better hygiene: They are easier to keep clean. They can be brushed and flossed as easily as natural teeth.
  • Bone support: Loss of a tooth initiates bone resorption in that area. However implant in that area prevents further loss, and, triggers the growth of new tissue.
  • Improved speech: Unlike dentures there is no alteration in speech with implants.
Candidates for implants

Persons with good general and oral health are Ideal candidates for a dental implant. Adequate bone density and healthy gums provide sound base for implant placement. However there are certain conditions and diseases that can affect the decision for using dental implants. For example, uncontrolled diabetes, cancer, smoking, chronic alcoholism, radiation therapy, and uncontrolled gum diseases. These conditions reduce the healing and integration of implant to your jaw bone.

Process of dental implant placement

Step 1: A thorough evaluation of the site using X-rays and dental casts is carried out. The implant is placed in the jaw and allowed to heal (integrate) properly. The integration of implant with the bone varies from 3to 6 months. A “Healing cap” is screwed on to the exposed portion to seal off from oral environment.

Step 2: The healing cap is removed and abutment is placed. Impression for the crown is obtained.

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Dental Crown

Crown (some people call it a “cap”) is a dental restoration that completely encircles the tooth restoring its natural form and function. Crowns are
commonly used to strengthen a badly damaged tooth and to improve its appearance. Crowns are also fitted on top of implants to provide a tooth-like restoration.

Dental Bridge

Bridge also known as fixed partial denture, is a dental restoration used to replace one or more missing teeth by taking support of the adjacent teeth.

Bridge is made of crowns for teeth on either side of gap joined to the false tooth/teeth in between It is cemented in place and cannot be removed by the patient

Indications for Crowns and BRidges
  • Teeth that are extensively damaged by decay
  • Extensively Fractured teeth
  • Improve the appearance of teeth (Color, shape, alignment)
  • After root canal treatment, teeth tend to become brittle and are more prone to fracture.
    Therefore protection form crown is required.
  • Bridges: For replacement of one or more missing teeth
  • Different types of dental crowns and Bridges

    On the basis of manufacturing material crowns and bridges can be: All metal, Porcelain
    fused to metal (PFM) and All ceramic:

  • All Metal crowns are made of gold alloys, base-metal alloys (nickel or chromium) or other alloys (for example, palladium).
  • Porcelain-Fused-to-metal crowns (PFM) consist of metal substructure and a ceramic/porcelain covering to match the color to your adjacent teeth.

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We are happy tosee you and your little ones in our clinic. We will ensure that your child has a memorable and enjoyable experience at our clinic.

Role of Milk Teeth

Milk teeth not only play important role in chewing and eating properly but also influences speech and language development. They also determine the position and alignment of permanent teeth.

Care for Milk Teeth
  • Care for milk teeth should be started as soon as the first tooth erupts. Before that baby’s gums should be kept healthy by moist wipe.
  • They should be brushed using a brush with small head and very soft bristles.
  • Use paste suitable for kids (containing less fluoride as compared to adult’s paste). Adult toothpaste is not suitable for very young children as the fluoride content is higher.
  • One should try to take their baby to the dentist on a regular basis from the age of one.
  • Consequences of early loss of milk teeth

    Some children lose one or more of their milk teeth prematurely due to some trauma or tooth decay. Untimely loss of milk tooth may lead to shifting of adjacent milk teeth into empty space resulting in lack of space in the jaw for the permanent teeth to erupt properly. This leads to either unerupted (Impacted) or malpositioned permanent successor. Such teeth will require either orthodontic (Braces) treatment or extractions. It is very important to plan space maintainer post milk teeth untimely loss.

    Space Maintainers

    They are the appliances given after early loss of milk teeth so as to maintain the space for the proper eruption of permanent successor. They are of various design depending on their location. Some of the common space maintainers are:

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Gum Disease Treatment Services
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Gum disease also known as periodontal disease is the inflammation and infection of the supporting tissues of the tooth, which includes gums, the periodontal ligament and the supporting bone. Periodontal disease progresses silently, often without pain or overt symptoms that would alert you. It can be slowly or rapidly progressive.

Causes of gum disease

Most important cause of gum disease is Plaque. Poor oral hygiene, such as not brushing your teeth properly or regularly, can cause plaque accumulation on your teeth. Plaque is a layer of sticky substance that contains lots of bacteria. Plaque can be easily removed by brushing and flossing your teeth. Long term presence of plaque leads to inflammation of gums known as Gingivitis. However if you do not remove plaque, it turns into a hard deposit, called calculus (or tartar) that sticks at the base of the tooth. Plaque and tartar irritate and inflame the gums. They contain lots of bacteria and bacterial toxins that are very harmful for the tooth and the entire tooth supporting system.

Signs and Symptoms
  • Bleeding gums while brushing is an early warning sign of periodontal disease. Even a little bleeding is not normal
  • Red, swollen and tender gums
  • Chronic Bad breadth or bad taste
  • Detachment of gums from the teeth
  • Teeth that have become loose or changed position
  • Presence of tartar (calculus) on and near teeth
  • Any change in your bite
  • Gum disease treatment

    Treatment for gum diseases depends on the severity of the problem. Following are the different treatment modalities for gum diseases:

  • Scaling and root planing (Oral Prophylaxis): It involves removal of the calculus (Tartar) and plaque attached to crown root surface of tooth. The objective is to remove etiologic agents which can cause inflammation to the gum tissues and surrounding bone. It is one of the most effective periodontal methods of treating gum disease before it becomes severe.
    We ensure to polish your teeth as well as root surfaces at the end of cleaning session so as keep your teeth clean for longer periods.
  • Curettage: means scraping of the gingival wall of the periodontal pocket so as to remove the diseased tissue.
  • Flap surgery: during this process the gums are lifted and a thorough cleaning of the structures is carried out. All the tartar and toxins are removed; irregular surfaces of damaged bone are smoothed to limit areas where bacteria can hide. Sometimes damaged bone is also replaced by synthetic bone or fragments of your own bone (Bone Graft). This graft serves as platform for the re growth of bone enhancing stability of teeth.
  • Gum diseases prevention

    Good oral hygiene is the best way to prevent gum problems.

  • Brushing at least twice and flossing once a day is very important
  • Regular use of mouthwash is very helpful
  • Regular dental visits and professional cleaning are essential to prevent periodontal diseases.

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