Periodontic Dentistry

Scaling and PolishingScaling is a common dental procedure used to remove hardened plaque called calculus which causes teeth damage and

Aesthetic Dentistry

Teeth WhiteningTooth whitening is among the most common cosmetic procedures that helps lighten the teeth and remove stains and discoloration

Endodontic Dentistry

RCT is a treatment widely used to repair and save a badly damaged or infected tooth instead of removing it.

Restorative Dentistry

CrownsDental crowns are caps placed on top of damaged teeth. They are used to protect, cover and restore the shape

Implant Dentistry

Implant is a surgical fixture that is placed into the jawbone and allowed to fuse with the bone over the

Orthodontic Dentistry

Generally, braces are dental tools that help correct problems with your teeth, like crowding, crooked teeth, or teeth that are

Prosthodontic Dentistry

Dentures are removable false teeth made of acrylic (plastic), flexible material or chrome alloy. They fit snugly over the gums

Minor Oral Surgery (MOS)

Extractions Extraction is a dental procedure usually used a last resort measure during which your tooth is completely removed from


Frequently Asked Questions

01. How long is the initial appointment?

It may vary depending on your dental procedure, but generally speaking, the first appointment may involve a thorough examination, clean and x-rays. Our expert dentists will be checking the overall state of your oral health. X-rays help the dentist get a full picture or your oral health. Our on-site digital x-ray machine makes this a fast and easy procedure.

02. Why Do I Need a Dental Check-Up

Dental check-up allows your dentist to see if you have any dental problems and helps you to keep your mouth healthy. Leaving problems untreated could make them more difficult to treat in the future, so it's best to deal with problems early, or, if possible, prevent them altogether.

03. Do I have to see a dentist every 6 month?
  • Your dentist will tell you how often you should come in for a dental check-up. The time between check-ups can vary from three months to one year depending on the health your teeth and gums and your risk of future problems.

04. I am or my child is fearful about having dental treatment. How will this be addressed?

Some people might be a little anxious about seeing a dental practitioner. There are a number of ways that this might be managed.

Your dental practitioner will be able to talk with you about how best to provide treatment.

05. I have sensitive teeth, what can I do?

Sensitivity can be caused by many things and a consultation with the dentist is the best way to determine what to do. the dentist will explain treatment options depending on the source of your sensitivity. Treatments can range from simple, non-invasive solutions to fillings.

06. What is the cause of bad breath?

Most cases (up to 90%) of halitosis (bad breath) are caused by bad oral hygiene. Regular brushing, flossing, eating and drinking healthily, and taking plenty of exercise are the best ways to avoid bad breath.

07. Do you extract wisdom teeth?

Yes we do. Depending on the specific needs of the patient we may refer the patient to a specialist in some circumstances. We recommend you consult with one of our dentists and they will be able to talk to you about what the best path to follow is for your particular situation.

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