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  • Implants – A dental implant is an artificial root, which is placed into the jawbone. It is used to support one or more false teeth. In practice, both the false tooth and their supporting artificial roots are known as implants.

  •  Periodontics – Persistent inflammation of the gums is a strong indicator leading to periodontal disease. There are different types of periodontal disease and they all affect the tissues supporting the teeth. As the condition becomes severe the bone anchoring your teeth in the jaw is lost; weakening your teeth. If not treated at the right time, your teeth will eventually fall. In fact, more teeth are lost through periodontal disease than through tooth decay.

  •  Crowns / Bridges in 1 sitting using Chairside CAD / CAM with Bluelite Camera – Crowns are ideal restoration for broken or weakened teeth by decay or very large fillings. A crown cold be used for a number of other reasons like discolored fillings or a root filling that needs to be protected. Using the CAD/CAM technology your visit to the dentist can be reduced to just one sitting.

  •  Painless laser treatments – Armed with the latest in technology, all your laser dental treatments at Dentistree are guaranteed with less or no pain, less or no bleeding and less or no anesthesia.

  •  Bleaching – This is a technique used to brighten stained teeth. A “veneer” is a thin layer of porcelain made to fit over the front surface of a tooth. Sometimes a natural color “composite” is used instead of porcelain.

  •  Teeth Whitening – Particular types of food, drink, smoking, medication and certain diseases can lead to discoloration of your teeth. Today, effective counter measures are available to bring back the white on your teeth. Do consult your dentist and he/she will give you professional guidance on suitable treatments.

  •  Smile Makeovers  - Charm, confidence, success and power; all begin with a smile. Attain that winning smile with a combination of procedures under our efficient and able dentists.

  • Tooth Jewellery  - Add sparkle to your smile with tooth jewellery. The latest fashion craze, this ready- made tooth jewellery is available to everyone including the rich and famous. The jewellery is just cemented onto your tooth, the design can be changed several times if you want to change your smile, or even go back to your original smile.
  •  Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery - The branch of dentistry that is concerned primarily with surgery on the teeth, jaws, and surrounding soft tissues.

  •  Prosthodontics - The branch of dentistry that deals with the replacement of missing teeth and related mouth or jaw structures by bridges, dentures, or other artificial devices.

  • Orthodontics – A branch of dentistry which specializes in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of problems in alignment of teeth and jaws. Orthodontic treatment involves the design and use of corrective appliances to bring your teeth and jaws into proper alignment.

  •  Pedodontics  - The branch of dentistry that deals with the care and treatment of children's teeth.

  •  Endodontics – This is commonly called as Root Canal Treatment and is needed when the blood or nerve supply of the tooth is infected through decay or injury. You may not feel pain or discomfort during the early stages, but in severe cases there might be discoloration which can indicate that the tooth nerve is damaged. In such a case you would need a root canal treatment.

  • Cracked Teeth – Your teeth can crack or break in several ways. It is important to get advice as soon as possible with effective treatment. If left untreated, cracked teeth may lead to decay of nerve and root infection.

  • White Fillings – Most individuals have fillings of one sort or another. Fillings today are not only functional, but can look natural as well.

  • Wisdom Teeth – Adults have a maximum of 32 teeth. In some cases, there may not be enough room for the wisdom tooth to come through the jaw. The tooth may grow horizontally against the previous tooth. This is described as impacted tooth. Do consult your dentist, he/she wold be able to advice you if this is a temporary problem or if the tooth needs to be removed.