Tooth Care Advance Dental Clinic & Ent Clinic

Sector 10, Panchkula, Haryana

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Tooth Care Advance Dental Clinic & Ent Clinic - Nursing Homes / Clinics / Hospitals of braces and aligners treatment services, dental implants treatment services & complete dentures treatment services in Panchkula, Haryana.

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Braces And Aligners Treatment Services
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Thousands of children and adults face teeth that are wearing down, a bite that is not fitting properly or teeth that are difficult to floss. Orthodontic treatment can be successful at any age, and adults especially appreciate the benefits of a beautiful smile. It can help align teeth for bridges, crowns, and implants and give you that smile you deserve. Tooth care dental clinic offers alternatives to traditional teeth straightening metal braces which are embarrassing to show up.

Clear path and Invisalign utilizes a series of clear, removable retainers to shift teeth into a more aesthetic position, so no one knows you’re receiving orthodontic treatment except for you.The alignment of your teeth will produce stunning, pearly whites, but maintaining this alignment afterInvisalign treatment is integral to overall dental health as well.

Invisalign braces relies on a series of smooth, comfortable plastic aligners to straighten your teeth gently and gradually.

    Aligners are virtually invisible.
    Invisalign treats Tooth Crowding, Spacing Concerns, Cross bite, Overbite, and Underbite.
    Removable retainers lead to better periodontal health.
    Clear aligners eliminate the risk of plaque build-up and tooth discoloration.
    Invisalign requires fewer visits than other teeth straightening techniques.


They’re more Aesthetic and more Efficient, and they’re more comfortable to wear and better at Re positioning teeth. Adults, who make up one-fifth of Orthodontic patients, also are opting for straighter teeth as more choices in Orthodontic appliances become available. Clear Ceramic Braces are extremely popular with adults and teenagers who want the great result of braces without the look of metal.

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Dental Implants Treatment Services
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Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that provide a permanent base for fixed, replacement teeth. Compared to dentures, bridges and crowns, dental implants are a popular and effective long-term solution for people who suffer from missing teeth, failing teeth or chronic dental problems. Because they fit, feel and function like natural teeth, dental implants are quickly becoming the new standard in tooth replacement. What makes dental implants feel completely comfortable and secure? Clear Choice doctors use a medical-grade titanium implant fixture that, over time, actually fuses to the living bone cells of the jaw. This union forms a strong and durable anchor for your new teeth, meaning there’s no slippage or other movement (which can sometimes happen with dentures). There are also no problems eating with dental implants, no need to repair them regularly and no more worrying about smiling freely and openly. Dental implants typically have three parts:

1) The implant: A screw that serves as a root for your new teeth. This is what permanently attaches to your jaw.

2)The abutment: A permanent, but removable by your doctor, connector that supports and holds a tooth or set of teeth.

3) The crown (or prosthetic tooth): This is the part of the tooth that you can see. It’s usually made of zirconium or porcelain for durability and good looks. You can use dental implants to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth or a full upper and/or lower set of teeth. If you need to restore a full arch, you may be a perfect candidate for the all-on-four treatment. Our surgeons will place four implants and then attach a full arch of teeth, giving the procedure its name (all teeth, only four implants). Just as dental implants have emerged as the preferred choice for tooth replacement, the ClearChoice approach has become the preferred model for dental implant treatment. Our team of experts works together under one roof, with a fully equipped, onsite lab, to build beautiful smiles in a way that works for our patients. One team. One cost. One location. That’s the real beauty of dental implants from Tooth care.
All-On-Four Implants

Patients who need to replace a full upper and/or lower set of teeth can now receive all-on-four implants. An oral surgeon will place 4 implants and then attach a full arch of teeth, giving the procedure its name.
Multiple Implants

Occasionally a patient is missing more than one tooth, but still has healthy gums and surrounding teeth, and a multiple implant is the best solution. Two fixtures are implanted and the crown is attached, leaving other natural teeth intact. The multiple implant is not for everyone, and even if a patient is only missing a few teeth, it may still be preferable to perform an all-on-four procedure.
Single Tooth Implants

If you have lost a single tooth due to an accident or from periodontal disease, that one tooth can be easily replaced using a dental implant. Your new tooth will look and function just like your other natural teeth.

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Complete Dentures Treatment Services
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Dentures are fake teeth, generally made of acrylic or porcelain, designed to replace teeth lost due to injury, periodontal disease or tooth decay. According to the American Dental Association, dentures do more than just improve your appearance; they prevent sagging facial muscles, improve eating and speaking, and help preserve bone structure in your face. There are many types of dentures available, and the type most appropriate for you depends on the number of teeth missing from your mouth, your overall dental health and your budget.
Complete Dentures

Complete dentures are designed to replace all of your upper teeth. This type of denture rests directly on the gum, over the bone. They are customized to fit snugly to enable easy chewing and clear speaking. Complete dentures are not fitted until after the mouth is fully healed, and the process typically requires four to five appointments to match the shape and size of the mouth. Complete dentures are made using an acrylic base and porcelain or acrylic teeth.
Immediate Dentures

Immediate dentures are useful right after tooth extraction to replace missing teeth until the mouth heals enough for complete dentures. An immediate denture enables eating and talking during the recovery period, but they may require relining or rebasing after a few weeks to fit properly. This is because the gums and bones shrink considerably during the first six months following tooth extraction. Once healing is complete, generally about eight weeks after extraction, a complete denture will replace the immediate dentures.

Overdentures are very similar to complete dentures, except they rely on one or more natural teeth for support. They can also be designed to fit over implants when there are no suitable natural teeth remaining. They provide more stability during chewing than complete dentures, and they can help prevent bone loss in the mouth over time. Overdentures are typically more expensive than complete dentures.
Partial Dentures

Partial dentures, which may be either permanent or removable, are used when only some teeth are missing from the mouth. They improve appearance and prevent any remaining natural teeth from shifting out of position. Permanent partial dentures attach to the natural teeth by metal anchors, while removable partial dentures are held together by a metal framework that slides in and out of the mouth for cleaning
Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures work just like overdentures. Instead of being supported by natural teeth, however, this type of denture relies on implants for stabilization. Implants are placed into the bone and allowed to heal. When healing is complete, the implant-supported denture is designed to match the contour and size of the mouth. Upper implant-supported dentures usually require three or more implants for support.

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Endodontic Care Doesn’t Cause Pain — It Relieves It!

If you’re about to have your first root canal treatment, you might be feeling pretty apprehensive about the whole thing, especially given all the stories floating around. Well, don’t worry — all will be revealed in this step-by-step walk-through of root canal treatment. Knowing what will happen ahead of time is more than half the battle; you will soon learn that it really is much ado about nothing. So let’s start by dispelling a common myth: Root canal treatment doesn’t cause pain — it relieves it!

Some background will be helpful. As you will note from the illustrations, a space inside the tooth called the pulp chamber houses the root canal system and pulp — the living tissue that keeps the tooth vital (alive). The pulp includes blood vessels, nerves and connective tissues, and, during childhood, creates the surrounding hard tissues of the tooth. Endodontic treatment (“endo” – inside; “dont” – tooth), commonly known as root canal treatment, is needed when the pulp becomes inflamed or infected. The causes could be deep tooth decay, repeated dental procedures on one tooth (replacing a large filling, for example), or traumatic damage such as a crack, chip or even a root fracture. Gum disease can also give rise to root canal problems necessitating root canal treatment. Any of these issues can result in acute inflammation of the pulp, which causes swelling and pressure inside the tooth (that has nowhere to go), leading to tooth pain and, eventually, irreversible damage to the pulp.

Once the pulp dies, the pain may subside initially, sometimes to return as an acute (painful) infection spreading into the periapical tissues (“peri” – around; “apex” – end), particularly the bone. It could also become a chronic (long-standing) infection with symptoms ranging from mild to severe.

Generally speaking, whatever the cause of root canal or pulpal disease, root canal or endodontic treatment will be necessary to save the tooth. All dentists receive training in endodontic treatment and can perform root canal procedures, but often a general dentist will refer individuals who need endodontic treatment to an endodontist, a root canal specialist.

Endodontists are dentists who have completed an additional three years of advanced residency training in the diagnosis and management of diseases and disorders of the dental pulp, and in the diagnosis of dental pain; their focus is therefore on saving teeth. In order to make a proper assessment and accurate diagnosis of which tooth is affected and exactly what is causing the pain, a thorough history and examination is necessary, together with a radiographic picture (x-ray) of the tooth or area.

Your endodontist will check your medical history and current medications to ensure your health and treatment safety. If you are very nervous, an oral  or anti-anxiety medication may be helpful — discuss the options with your endodontist ahead of time.

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Tooth Care Advance Dental Clinic & Ent ClinicH no.-219,Sector 10, Opposite Cafe Coffee Day, Panchkula-134109, Haryana, India

Dr. Akhil Gupta (Owner)

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