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General Dentistry

Dental health is quite crucial in everyone’s life, it is not only the most intriguing study but is most effective for treating ample people around, who agonize from dental snags. The majority of all your dental treatments are carried out to defend or treat the two most important oral diseases which are called as dental caries (tooth decay) and periodontal disease (gum disease or pyorrhea).

The common treatments include the restoration of teeth, scaling and root planning, extraction or surgical removal of teeth and endodontic root canal treatment. Dentistry is widely considered the most important for total health. The treatment is carried out by a dental team, which often includes some common people called the dentist and dental auxiliaries.

They are also called as the dental therapists and dental assistants. And in which the most dentists work in private practices (primary care), although some work in hospitals (secondary care) and institutions (prisons, armed forces bases, etc.,).

Training Program

Hands on Training Program in BIO FUNCTIONAL PROSTHETIC SYSTEM

Smiline Dental Academy in collaboration with Ivoclar Vivadent presents a 3 day intensive "Hands on training in BIO FUNCTIONAL PROSTHETIC SYSTEM". Read more to participate Read more

Advanced Treatments

Advanced Dentistry

Dr. Abby Abraham offer advanced dentistry with the latest technological updates. He has also brought in various treatment methodologies that is been advanced in the field of dentistry.

Laser Dentistry

Designed especially for the oral surgery, the laser dentistry involves the dental laser, which is a type of laser designed for treating the gums. There are soft tissue lasers and hard tissue lasers.

DIAGNOdent Laser

Your smallest cavities are treated at the initial stages of growth, by this small equipment produced by Kavo Corporation. It is an advanced treatment in dentistry that looks underneath the surface of the teeth to sense decay from inside of the teeth.

Dental Implants

Anyone who has lost one or more teeth due to some factors like injury, disease or tooth decay? Bid good-bye to that empty smile devoid of teeth and mesmerize everyone with your grin. The advancements in dental industry has uplifted with dental implants, that detects the amount of available bone and thus helps in regaining that same old shimmering teeth that looks exquisite.

Intra-oral Camera

Intra-oral camera is a cutting-edge device that broadcasts the images for the patient and dentist to view at their oral state. Promptly, these images of your X-rays are transferred to the computer screen so that both the patient and doctor can get a glance and review on the condition of patient’s teeth.

Dental News

Orthodontic Solutions for the Hygiene Patient

As dentistry evolves, the registered dental hygienist must stay up-to-date with all the latest available treatment modalities. Patients are becoming more involved in their own healthcare decisions…. Read more

Six Ways to Improve a Patient’s Health and Your Profits: How to Enhance Your Practice’s Financial Health

When you have a periodontal patient seated in your chair, what is your first reaction? Do you get excited about the opportunity to improve your patient’s oral and systemic health?... Read more

Yankee Dental Congress to Once Again Host High Tech Playground

Trade shows can be intimidating to some buyers. Booths are full of attractive devices along with salespeople who are hoping to create new business. To some attendees, it looks like a minefield, with people popping out and saying, “Doc, can I show this new thing to you?” Yes,… Read more

The significance of radiographs in endodontic therapy

The success of any endodontic therapy depends on adequate chemical and mechanical debridement of the infected root canal. This requires basic knowledge of the canal anatomy and the ability to identify any aberration in it…. Read more

The Virtual Face bow: A digital companion to Implantology

Prior to the delivery of dental treatment, carefully established diagnosis and treatment planning is required.This is particularly important with dental implant therapy… Read more

Dental Tips

How do I brush and floss my teeth?

The American Dental Association recommends the following techniques for brushing and flossing your teeth:

Brushing

  • Place your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle against the gums
  • Move the brush back and forth gently in short (tooth-wide) strokes
  • Brush the outer tooth surfaces, the inner tooth surfaces, and the chewing surfaces of the teeth
  • Use the tip of the brush to clean the inside surfaces of the front teeth, using a gentle up-and-down stroke
  • Brush your tongue to remove bacteria and fresh up your breath

Flossing

  • Break off about 18 inches of floss and wind it around the middle fingers of each hand. Hold the floss tightly between your thumbs and forefingers
  • Guide the floss between your teeth using a gentle rubbing motion
  • When the floss reaches the gum line, curve it into a C shape against one tooth. Gently slide it into the space between the gum and the tooth
  • Bring the floss back toward the contact point between the teeth and move the floss up or down the other side, thus the floss is brought in to the shape of the tooth
  • Hold the floss tightly against the tooth. Gently rub the side of the tooth, moving the floss away from the gum with up-and-down motions
  • Repeat this method on the rest of your teeth

FAQs

Here are some FAQs by our patients. Take a look at it, because it may elucidate your doubts on dental treatments:

1. Dental X-rays, is the treatment safe?

There is very little risk in dental X-rays. Pediatric dentists are especially careful to limit the amount of radiation to which children are exposed. Lead aprons and high-speed film are used to ensure safety and minimize the amount of radiation.

2. How do dental sealants work?

Sealants work by filling in the crevasses on the chewing surfaces of the teeth. This shuts out food particles that could get caught in the teeth, causing cavities. The application is fast and comfortable and can effectively protect teeth for many years.

3. I lost one of my teeth sometimes ago and now, I worry that I can’t undergo a dental implant placement because I do not have enough bone. Do I have options if bone is missing?

Your Oral Surgeon can advise you if there is sufficient bone to allow dental implant placement by examining you and reviewing your x-rays. Bone grafting is an option to make you an implant candidate. Various bone grafting materials can be used including your bone, bank bone, bovine bone mineral or other bioactive substance that promotes bone growth. Bone grafting for dental implants has become common and quite successful, enabling you to move ahead with dental implants versus conventional restorations such as a bridge.

4. Do you think extra fluoride would help prevent cavities, or is there enough fluoride in toothpastes?

Fluoride has reduced the rate of cavities more than any other method of decay prevention. However, too much ingested fluoride can cause aesthetic spotting on teeth. Most community water supplies in our area are optimally fluoridated, so between using fluoridated toothpastes and using community water supplies, additional fluoride might not be needed for most people. However, for added cavity protection for teens and adults, daily rinsing with fluoride mouth rinses also can be beneficial. If you see a dentist who determines that you are at high risk for development of cavities, he/she might prescribe some prescription dispensed fluoride that is even more concentrated, so consult your dentist to determine how much fluoride is best for you.

5. What are porcelain veneers and how can they improve my smile?

Porcelain veneers are very thin shells of tooth-shaped porcelain that are individually crafted to cover the fronts of teeth. They are very durable and will not stain, making them a very popular solution for those seeking to restore or enhance the beauty of their smile.