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Ultraviolet Light Cure Fillings

UV light is used for hardening the composite filling material. The evaluation of the efficiency of working of this machine is built in the machine for precision in the filling process. At Dental Cure Clinic constant monitoring and evaluation of all procedures, instruments and equipment is mandatory to provide the best services to our patrons.


Ultrasound Cleaning of Teeth

You've probably experienced a dental exam where the dentist spends time scraping away at your teeth. It's called dental scaling and root planing, and it's necessary for most patients to keep their teeth and gums healthy.

In the past, scaling was done by hand -- and it's still a common procedure in dentistry today. Performed with a metal instrument known as a scaler, your dentist scrapes your teeth and under your gums to remove what your toothbrush might have missed.

But now there's an easier way for your dentist to give you a gleaming smile! Ultrasonic dental cleaning is available to remove more dental tartar in less time, with no metal scraping!

Shake It Up!

During ultrasonic dental cleaning, the dentist uses an instrument called an ultrasonic scaler, or Cavitron®. The Cavitron distributes ultrasonic vibrations to literally blast dental tartar, or dental calculus, off of your teeth! As the ultrasonic scaler vibrates, it produces sound waves to break apart stubborn calculus. Water flows out of the tip's end to wash away debris and keep the scaler from overheating. Although you won't feel the vibrations or hear the sound waves, you'll most likely notice that your teeth feel cleaner. And your dentist will have significantly reduced the amount of dental plaque bacteria that causes most dental diseases.

You might be interested in an ultrasonic cleaning if:

You have a large buildup of dental tartar. Over time, the bacteria and dental plaque in your mouth form hard deposits of calculus, leading to tooth decay if left untreated. Unfortunately, your toothbrush isn't going to help -- only a dentist or dental hygienist can remove calculus from your teeth.

You have periodontal disease. Ultrasonic dental cleaning is used to remove dental calculus from under the gum line as well. As plaque creeps beneath the gums, it forms pockets of calculus that attack the surrounding gum and bone tissue. The result is gum disease, which can eventually lead to tooth loss. Scaling is usually the first type of gum disease treatment used to battle periodontal disease, and it can easily be performed with an ultrasonic dental cleaning system.


Dental X-Ray, Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment, also known as endodontic treatment, is the process of removing infected, injured or dead pulp from your tooth. The space inside the hard layers of each tooth is called the root canal system. This system is filled with soft dental pulp made up of nerves and blood vessels that help your tooth grow and develop.

When bacteria (germs) enter your tooth through deep cavities, cracks or flawed fillings, your tooth can become abscessed. An abscessed tooth is a tooth with an infection in the pulp. If pulp becomes infected, it needs to be removed. An abscessed tooth may cause pain and/or swelling. Your dentist may notice the infection from a dental x-ray or from other changes with the tooth. If left untreated, an abscessed tooth can cause serious oral health problems.

Who does this procedure?

Your dentist may do root canal treatment or refer you to an endodontist. An endodontist is a dentist who has completed a university post-graduate specialty program in endodontics. Endodontics is a specialty of dentistry concerned with the treatment of the dental pulp or nerve of the tooth.

If your child's primary (baby) tooth is damaged, your dentist may refer you to a pediatric dentist for this procedure. A pediatric dentist has at least 2 years of extra university training in treating children.


Crown, Bridge (Fixed Teeth)

Crowns and Bridges are fixed prosthetic formulations. If your tooth has gone so diseased that mere dental filling may not suffice, then Crown can fix and shelter your teeth. So, it‟s like a cap on the tooth. However, a Bridge is used in the place of a lost teeth and it also uses adjacent teeth as anchors.

Dental Crowns

Crown is made to revamp a damaged original tooth and replaces a part or all of a natural crown. It is a tooth cap placed on top of tooth and thus, has to be custom-made to fit the patient in terms of color, length, and shape of the original tooth.

Crowns are needed for:

  • » Strengthening and protecting teeth that are fractured, severely-damaged, or Root Canal treated.
  • » Providing additional support for Dental Bridges.
  • » Covering deformed or discolored teeth.
  • » Replacing a whole of a missing tooth in conjunction with a Dental Implant.
  • » Covering and protecting a tooth with considerable Dental Filling in cases where not much of tooth is left.


Dental Bridges

A Bridge replaces a missing tooth and joins permanently with adjacent teeth by forming a kind a „bridge‟. Thus, it restores the appearance of your face and smile. A bridge consists of a custom-made artificial tooth connected between two crowns that are permanently placed on healthy teeth on each side of the space.

A Dental Bridge helps in:

  • » Replacing missing tooth/teeth.
  • » Correcting bite problems that arise due to missing tooth/teeth.
  • » Preventing the size-increase of the opposite tooth.
  • » Preventing shifting and tilting of adjacent teeth, and thereby averting the need for their removal.
  • » Preventing decay in tilted teeth.
  • » Preventing gum diseases and TMJ disorders.
  • » Inhibiting adverse pressure on dental ridge.
  • » Speech correction.


Fixed Porcelain Teeth

A porcelain bridge is very useful to replace a tooth or a few teeth in a row that have problems. The bridge is strong and can be molded to look just like regular teeth, or even better. The bridge helps create a strong foundation for the broken tooth or teeth and literally creates a bridge across the teeth.

The primary disadvantage of crowns is the irreversible prep work it takes to prepare the tooth/teeth for the crown to be installed. The teeth need to be ground and shaped right for the crown, which cannot be undone. The other disadvantage is the cost compared to possible other options for tooth repair

Advantages of the crown are stability, cosmetic appearance in the mouth, and longevity. A porcelain crown can look better than real perfect teeth, and if there is tooth decay or a missing tooth the change in appearance will be striking and dramatic, but look completely normal and healthy.


Orthodontic Treatment

What is Orthodontics?

Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that corrects teeth and jaws that are positioned improperly. Crooked teeth and teeth that do not fit together correctly are harder to keep clean are at risk of being lost early due to tooth decay and periodontal disease and cause extra stress on the chewing muscles that ca lead to headaches, TMJ syndrome and neck, shoulder and back pain. Teeth that are crooked or not in the right place can also detract from one's appearance.

The benefits of orthodontic treatment include a healthier mouth, a more pleasing appearance and teeth that are more likely to last a lifetime.

Based on diagnostic tools that include a full medical and dental health history a clinical exam plaster models of your teeth and special X-rays and photographs an orthodontist or dentist can decide whether orthodontics are recommended and develop a treatment plan that's right for you.

If you have any of the following, you may be a candidate for orthodontic treatment:

  • » Overbite, sometimes called "buck teeth" — where the upper front teeth lie too far forward (stick out) over the lower teeth.
  • » Underbite — a "bulldog" appearance where the lower teeth are too far forward or the upper teeth too far back
  • » Crossbite — when the upper teeth do not come down slightly in front of the lower teeth when biting together normally
  • » Open bite — space between the biting surfaces of the front and/or side teeth when the back teeth bite together
  • » Misplaced midline— when the center of your upper front teeth does not line up with the center of your lower front teeth
  • » Spacing — gaps, or spaces, between the teeth as a result of missing teeth or teeth that do not "fill up" the mouth
  • » Crowding — when there are too many teeth for the dental ridge to accommodate


How Does Orthodontic Treatment Work?

Many different types of appliances, both fixed and removable are used to help move teeth retrain muscles and affect the growth of the jaws. These appliances work by placing gentle pressure on the teeth and jaws. The severity of your problem will determine which orthodontic approach is likely to be the most effective.


Bleaching- Tooth Whitening

Teeth whitening, also known as teeth bleaching, has become extremely popular over the last several years. It’s a great way to improve your appearance, it’s reasonably priced, non-surgical and non-invasive.

As with everything else, teeth whitening isn't perfect and it isn't for everyone. Before you decide to have your teeth whitened, you should talk with your dentist. Your dentist can determine if you are a good candidate for teeth whitening.

Knowing the facts can help you with your decision also:

Teeth Whitening Fact 1 -- Tooth colored fillings, crowns, bridges and veneers will not lighten when your teeth are bleached.

Teeth Whitening Fact 2 -- Teeth whitening toothpastes can make your teeth appear a little lighter by removing stains, but they do not actually bleach your teeth.

Teeth Whitening Fact 3 -- Teeth whitening does not produce the same results on all types of teeth discoloration. Someone with yellow tinted teeth would probably have great results with bleaching, while someone with gray tinted teeth might be disappointed because gray tinted teeth don't bleach as well.

Teeth Whitening Fact 4 -- Tooth sensitivity and gum irritation are common side effects of teeth whitening treatments.

Teeth Whitening Fact 5 -- If you have any cavities, they should be filled before you have your teeth whitened.

Teeth Whitening Fact 6 -- Teeth whitening kits from the dentist produce faster results because they contain a stronger peroxide bleaching agent than whitening kits purchased over the counter.

Teeth Whitening Fact 7 -- Touch ups are usually needed to maintain your desired shade, depending upon habits such as smoking, drinking coffee and tea and eating certain foods which will stain your teeth.

Teeth Whitening Fact 8 -- People with gum disease shouldn't get their teeth whitened.

Teeth Whitening Fact 9 -- It's a must to have a dental cleaning done prior to having your teeth whitened to remove surface stains.

Teeth Whitening Options:

In-Office Bleaching -- In-office teeth whitening offers excellent results. This procedure is performed in the dental office and can be done quickly, usually in a little over an hour. Generally the shade of the teeth gets light by 2 to 3 shades. Individual results varies depending on the types and intensity of the stains and the quality of the enamel in the tooth. immediate results can make this option appealing.

Teeth Whitening Trays and Gels -- Teeth whitening trays and gels are effective, but the desired results take longer to achieve than with in-office bleaching. Depending on the strength of peroxide in the gel, these clear trays are usually worn a couple of hours a day or overnight and could take anywhere from 3 days to a couple of weeks before any results are noticed.

Teeth Whitening Strips -- These whitening strips sold over the counter are fairly inexpensive, easy to use and most of them really work. Teeth whitening strips may take take longer to produce the desired results depending on the strength of peroxide that they contain.

Teeth Whitening Toothpastes -- Teeth whitening toothpastes contain mild abrasives to remove surface stains. Some whitening toothpastes may have additional polishing agents and special chemicals that are more effective against stains than regular toothpastes, but teeth whitening toothpastes are not designed to actually "bleach" your teeth.


Dental Implants

What are dental implants?

Implants are devices that replace the roots of missing teeth, and are used to support crowns, bridges or dentures. Implants are placed in your jawbone surgically. Most of the time, implants feel more natural and secure than other methods of replacing missing teeth, such as dentures.

Replacing a lost tooth is vital to maintaining the overall health and function of the surrounding teeth. It helps avoid tooth migration and loss of structure. It is necessary to avoid loss of bone from the jaw in that area. Having all of your teeth can make you more self-confident. You don't worry that people notice that you have teeth missing.

When teeth are lost, the area of the jawbone that held those teeth starts to erode. Over time, you can lose so much bone that your jaw will need a bone graft to build up the bone in your jaw before your dentist can place implants or make a denture that fits properly. Tooth loss affects how well you chew and what foods you are able to eat. Many people who have missing teeth have poor nutrition, which can affect overall health.

The loss of teeth can change your bite, that is the way your teeth come together. Changes in your bite can lead to problems with your jaw joint, called the temporomandibular joint. Losing teeth can lead to changes in your speech, which also can affect your self-confidence.

Dental implants are an effective means of counteracting these problems. Dental implants are also very strong and provide a feel as close to a natural tooth as can be currently achieved. Further, implants reduce the impact of the lost tooth on surrounding teeth, as traditional bridge structures often require reduction (filing down) of the two adjacent teeth to hold the bridge in place with crowns. Implanting avoids such alterations to the surrounding teeth when replacing a lost tooth.

Dental implants, when replacing dentures, provide even more benefits. Dentures are notorious for slipping at the worst possible moments. Poorly fitting dentures can even affect diet, restricting food selections to easily chewed foods.

Implants eliminate the possibility of slipping or pinching, and allow food of almost all types to be eaten (other than extremely hard foods such as chewing on ice, pits, or popcorn kernels, which is very bad for the implants and not good for natural teeth, either). In short, dental implants are the closest way to surgically restore a natural tooth to its original condition.


Endomotor for R.C.T

Endo Motor RCTI-DY(I) is the supplementary root-canal treatment device which can assist the dentists to shape more standard root-canal in the process of root-canal treatment based on the micro-electronic control technology. This instrument contributes to alleviate the dentist’s working intensity.


Apex Locaters for R.C.T

An electronic apex locator is an electronic device used in endodontics determine the position of the apical foramen and thus determine the length of the root canal space. The apex of the root has a specific resistance to electrical current, and this is measured using a pair of electrodes typically hooked into the lip and attached to an endodontic file. The electronic principle is relatively simple and is based on electrical resistance; when a circuit is complete (tissue is contacted by the tip of the file), resistance decreases markedly and current suddenly begins to flow. According to the device, this event is signaled by a beep, a buzz, a flashing light, digital readouts, or a pointer on a dial.

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  • F-445, F-block Market, Sector-40, Noida

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