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Oral Surgery
• Painless tooth removal
• Reduction of fractured
• Re-implantation of lost tooth
• Cyst / Tumor removal without pain
 
Extraction/ oral surgery

The goal of modern dentistry is to prevent tooth loss. When a tooth cannot be saved, extraction (removal) of the tooth may be the only course of treatment. Cases where extraction is advised: Extremely mobile tooth, completely destroyed crown structure of the tooth, wisdom teeth if it is embedded in bone.

Wisdom Teeth (Third Molars)

Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to come in. Our jaws are smaller than those of early humans who needed larger jaws and more teeth for their tougher diet. Most often, wisdom teeth are impacted, or trapped in the jawbone and gums, usually because there's not enough room for them in your mouth. In fact, wisdom teeth often do more harm than good, and their removal might be recommended. Removal of any tooth never leads to any problems regarding vision of eyes.
Post & Core
Post and core is a procedure in which a metal component of an extensive tooth repair is required to rebuild a tooth in order to provide proper support for a crown. Post and core is a thin metal rod that is cemented into the root of a tooth. It consists of a post that fits into the root canal and a core portion that project above the gum. A new replacement crown will be cemented into position over the core.

At times there is a situation when teeth are badly broken down after root canal treatment, a post-and-core becomes necessary. These teeth need to be built up before they can have a replacement crown fitted over them. Post-and-core fabrication is the method of choice for the build-up process. It can only be placed in a tooth that has had a root canal because the space previously occupied by the nerve is now filled.
Biopsy
A biopsy is the removal of a small piece of tissue to determine if it is diseased. Biopsy use in dentistry is limited to two areas. The first is a biopsy of hard tissue such as tooth or both; the second is a biopsy of soft tissue i.e. anything other than bone or tooth.

Soft tissue biopsy is used most frequently in the diagnosing of oral cancers. In order to diagnose an oral cancer a brush biopsy is performed. The brush biopsy is used in oral cancer detection to identify oral lesions that may need further evaluation. The soft nylon brush obtains a full transepithelial biopsy specimen and the analysis is computer-assisted providing exceptionally high levels of accuracy.
Oral Cancer Detection
Oral cancer is the only cancer that is rising. The dangerous thing about oral cancer is that it may start off harmless looking with a small bump, lump, or a red or white spot in your mouth which in many cases is hard to notice. Oral cancer is not limited to just smokers, however smoking combined with heavy alcohol consumption puts a person at higher risk for oral cancer. Only 25% of oral cancer victims do not use tobacco or abuse alcohol.

Our office routinely performs a visual oral cancer screening not only at the initial patient dental exam, but all recall and periodic exams as well. If you notice something unusual in your mouth, DON’T WAIT. Call the office today, early detection is key!
Dental Implants
Implants, artificial tooth support surgically set in the jaw, can be used to replace any number of missing teeth. This procedure is best for adults who experience discomfort with conventional dentures but who have healthy gums, adequate bone to support the implant, and a commitment to oral hygiene.

A metal post is surgically set in the jaw; an artificial tooth is attached to the post. If the jawbone has deteriorated, a metal frame may be fitted over the remaining bone to hold the posts.
Flexible Dentures
When it comes to dentures the most common source of agony is a bad fit. It’s something that’s hard to avoid since your gums are between a rock and a hard place. The rock is your jawbone, and that hard place is the hard acrylic liner that holds the prosthetic teeth.

While some people can wear dentures without a single complaint, most denture wearers feel some discomfort while chewing foods. Even slight shifts back and forth can translate into serious gum problems over time. Reasons for discomfort and denture misfit are related to the ever-changing conditions in the mouth. As you age, gum tissue shrinks along with the jawbone. Hard dentures don’t adjust to new shapes and hence most long-time denture wearers end up using some form of adhesive to increase stability while wearing their dentures.
Single Sitting RCT
Dental pain or tooth related pain is one of the most common cause for which a patient seeks a dentist. Previously common treatment was removal of offending tooth to get relief from pain. But presently the focus of treatment is conservative and not only to relieve from pain but also save the offending tooth.
Importance of saving a natural tooth will maintain
• a) Esthetic i.e appearance
• b) Function- chewing of food
• c) Physiology- proper speech or phonation

Common Symptoms requiring an RCT:
• Severe tooth pain, typically relieved by cold water and increases with the intake of hot liquids.
• Pain worsens when you lie down and reduces when you sit up.
• Pain stays for a long time after consuming cold things.
• Swelling around the tooth.
• Constant tooth pain.
• Pain when chewing.
• Tooth pain referred to head and ears as well.
• Deep cavity (carious) in tooth.
• Severe attrition of tooth i.e loss of outer portion of tooth on grinding surface.
• Fractured tooth may be due to trauma.
Bleaching of Teeth
Bleaching is one of the most common procedures of dental cosmetics. It brightens teeth that are discolored, stained, or have been darkened because of injury or drinking habits. Any tooth, even those that have had root canal surgery, can receive bleaching treatment. This can be done by a dentist in the dental clinic or at home.

There are two types of tooth stains:

INTRINSIC STAINS (Internal stains): This means the stain occurs from within the tooth. This type of stain cannot be removed by brushing and flossing and sometimes bleaching may not be effective. Some causes of intrinsic staining are injury to the tooth, certain medications (such as tetracycline) taken during tooth formation stage or an excess fluoride ingested during the formation of teeth.
EXTRINSIC STAINS (External stains): This is staining of the tooth surface. Some sources of extrinsic stains are cigarettes, cigars, paan masala , coffee, tea, or foods that contain a lot of spices. This type of staining can sometimes be removed by good tooth brushing habits or by professional oral prophylaxis (scaling).

Occasionally people experience temporary discomfort during the bleaching treatment, such as tooth sensitivity. These symptoms are transient & disappear within one to three days after completion of the treatment. It is important that the manufacturer’s directions are followed precisely.Overall, tooth bleaching under professional supervision is an effective method for whitening the teeth.
Before After
Periodontal Surgeries
Improper brushing techniques lead to accumulation of food debris in between tooth and gums. This debris along with a large number of bacteria forms a sticky film called plaque. If plaque is not removed in routine brushing it converts into a rough and porous hard deposit called calculus, which has to be removed by a dentist. This calculus irritates the gums and subsequently affects the bone leading to mobility of tooth. Around 80% of teenagers have some form of gingivitis, which should be taken care of very soon. In office cleaning (scaling) improves the gum condition.

Periodontal disease, seldom gives pain and most of the times it is free of any obvious signs or symptoms, may lead to the point where tooth supporting bone is destroyed. Early treatment like flap and bone grafting will help to improve the condition of teeth and you can save your teeth. Some of the systemic condition like diabetes can aggravate the condition very badly.
You should see your dentist immediately if u detect the following:

•  Bleeding gums
•  Red swollen gums
•  Pus formation
•  Foul smell or bad breath
•  Mobility of teeth
 
 
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