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ADVANCED DENTAL CARE

B.D.S., F.A.G.E., M.D.S., (Gold Medialist)
Oral & Dental Surgeon
A Complete & Speciality Dental Clinic & Smile Designing Center

Our Specialty

1. Cosmetic dentistry

The Cosmetic Dentistry is a field in dentistry, where in you learn about each cosmetic dentistry procedure. In many cases, a cosmetic dentist will implement a combination of several of the following procedures to give you that perfect smile

  • Complete Laminate
  • Ceramic Veneers
  • crown and bridge
  • What Is Crown And Bridge Treatment?
    Crown and bridge treatment is a long-term method of replacing missing teeth.A crown is placed on an individual tooth, (somewhat like a thimble over your finger) where there is no longer sufficient tooth structure left to place a filling.
    A bridge spans a space where one or more teeth have been lost in the dental arch. The teeth on either end of the span are crowned, and are referred to as abutments. The false teeth in a bridge that join the abutments are referred to as pontics. Crowns and bridges are most often made from superior materials such as precious metals (gold), semi-precious metals, porcelain, or a combination of metal fused to porcelain.Both esthetics (appearance) and function are considered when selecting the material most suitable for you.

  • Disaster closure
  • Smile designing
  • Teeth colour filling
  • Orthdontic Treatment

    Dr. Atul Bhat at his clinic a specialized section for orthodontic treatment and hundreds of patients have undergone correction of dental irregularities at her clinic.

    This treatment involves properly positioning the tooth, and if necessary to correct the the jaw bones so as to achieve maximum esthetic and functional efficiency.

    The common problems, which require this treatment are protruding anterior teeth, Malocclusion(technical term for crooked, crowded or protruding teeth, which do not fit together properly) crowding of teeth, too much space between teeth, extra or missing teeth and a variety of irregularities of the jaws and face.

2. Gum treatment and Surgery

The “Gummy Smile” – This is a problem where your teeth appear to be too short. Gum sculpting is often the solution. To solve this, a dentist uses a laser to remove the excess tissue of your “gummy” smile, which then exposes more of your tooth

3. Minor oral surgical procedure and treatment of Jaw Fractures

4. Complete removable and implant Supported dentures

5. Flexible Partial Dentures.

6. Root canal treatment, post and core

7. Dental, X Rays, RVG

8. Routine dental procedure :- Scaling, fillings, teeth Extraction.

Process of Root CanalFirst, the dentist will give you local anesthesia—this means an injection near the bad tooth. Other than this little prick, you won’t feel much pain throughout the procedure. Then he proceeds to drill away the top part of the infected tooth to expose what is called the “pulp” of the tooth. The pulp is a bunch of tissues, nerves, arteries and veins that connect your tooth to your jaw bone. This is the part that bacteria have eaten away and damaged, causing you toothache.

Now the dentist uses small “files” to chip away and remove the part of the pulp that is infected. He will also clean out small pathways, or “canals,” that run from your tooth to your bone. Then he sprays/places medicines in the hollow to kill any remaining germs and prevent further microbial infection. Finally, the cleaned area is temporarily stuffed with a soft material.

On further sittings, the hollow is packed with “fillings” and then a permanent crown is affixed on top of the treated tooth. This crown may be made of porcelain or metal, as per your choice.

After the TreatmentYou may have some pain, soreness or swelling for a day or two after the procedure. The dentist may decide to prescribe you painkillers and antibiotics to help in recovery. Most people can resume normal routine within 24 hours.

9. Dental Implants

What Are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are permanent tooth replacements. They hold a crown, bridge or denture just like roots hold natural teeth in place. Many dentists consider implants to be one of the greatest advancements in dentistry since they truly are “the next best thing to your natural teeth.” Unlike a traditional plate or bridge, dental implants are actually anchored to your jaw. After integration with the jawbone, the crown, bridge or denture is then attached to the implants. This provides much greater stability for more effective eating, speaking and smiling!

People of all ages are discovering how they can improve their lives with dental implants. No more messy, ineffective adhesives for denture wearers. With dental implants, denture wearers report eating foods that they have not had in years! Say goodbye to slipping partials and uncomfortable dentures. Implants allow for a secure solid fit of the more comfortable palate less denture.

Implants can even help a patient missing just one tooth. In the past, the two adjacent healthy teeth had to be ground down and “sacrificed” to build a three-unit bridge to replace the single missing tooth. Today, a single implant can often be placed in between the teeth and a crown can be fabricated without affecting the healthy teeth

So if you are a candidate for dental implants, don’t put off getting a complete professional evaluation any longer. Not everyone is a viable candidate for dental implants. A comprehensive evaluation with your general dentist and your implant surgeon will allow you to understand all of your treatment options and choose a dental solution for improving your life.

What are the benefits of dental implant treatment?
First of all, you will be able to smile. A big, healthy, happy smile. And you will have a lot to smile about, too. Dental implants allow you to speak, eat, sing, kiss – in other words, do everything you want – with total self assurance.