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"Keyhole" or Flapless Approach for Dental Implant INR 0 INR 0
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"Keyhole" or Flapless Approach for Dental Implant

The "Keyhole" or Flapless approach to place the dental implant is a standard frequent technique. It is used in the situation after the particulars about the amount of the underlying bone after CT scan. It allows to - avoid immense cuts , prevent tissue trauma and post-surgical irritation,get rid of post-operative pain. In order to place the implant small punch is done and implant is inserted under local anesthesia, what usually saves time and discomfort for the patient. This approach is possible in the cases when the patient has enough bone to place the implant, if the site was grafted before and confirmed with CT scan data. At Dr. Sachdeva's Dental Institute in India —we employ with the advance dental implant techniques of surgery,& place implants with flapless technology. These new Flapless implant placement techniques can be broadly divided into : Unaided flap less implant placement procedure or guided flapless implant placement technique.

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Mobile Teeth Solution with Splinting

Splinting of teeth Splinting is a technique used to stabilize teeth which have become loose as a result of losing the supporting bone around them to gum disease. Excessive mobility can cause discomfort when biting and eating We will tell you if your teeth are mobile enough to require splinting. Another factor that comes into play is the status of the gum disease. If you have active disease, and the bone around the teeth is softened from inflammation, simply bringing the disease under control through other types of periodontal disease management can make the teeth lessmobile. A fibre ribbon splint is usually used, which is tooth coloured and very comfortable. Splinting of mobile lower anterior teeth by fiber reinforced strip with replacement of missing tooth using composite resin. It is conservative, easy,cheep, and chair sided procedure.

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Laser Gums De-pigmentation

The most common cause of darker pigments in the gums is genetics. Excess melanin can build up in the gums, making them look brown or black instead of pink. Gum depigmentation (aka gum bleaching) is a procedure used in cosmetic dentistry to remove black spots or patches on the gums caused by excessive melanin. The normal color of the gum tissue (gingiva) is pink, but excess deposits of melanin (melanin gingival hyperpigmentation) can create what seem to be black spots or patches on the gums, creating an aesthetic or cosmetic problem. Discolouration may also be caused by long term use of certain medications. A clinical assessment is carried out to customize the treatment to the patients needs, and the procedure itself can involve surgical, chemical, or laser ablation techniques. Laser Gum Depigmentation Techniques (Laser Gum Bleaching) Melanocytes are cells which reside in the basal layer of the gingival epithelium. These cells produce melanin, which are pigments that cause discoloration or dark spots in gums. A dental laser can target and ablate the melanocytes, thus reducing the production of melanin in the gingival tissue. Following laser depigmentation, the gingiva heals by secondary intention. This results in a lighter and more uniform color of the gun.

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Simple & Surgical Extractions INR 0 INR 0
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Simple & Surgical Extractions

Every now and then, from a multitude of potential reasons, we all need to have a tooth extracted. The reasons could range from an accident, infection, appearance, or alignment issues; such as would usually be the case in wisdom teeth removal. Regardless of the reason, at Dr.Sachdeva's Dental Institute we are fully trained in oral surgery and tooth extractions, including wisdom teeth removal, to be able to make your extraction experience go as smoothly as possible with the use of piezosurgery units .

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Painless Micro scope assisted RCT INR 0 INR 0
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Painless Micro scope assisted RCT

Dental procedure called root canal treatment removes the infected tooth nerve which occurs due to bacteria or trauma. Our dentists are able to save the infected tooth via this procedure otherwise the only option left with the dentist is to extract the tooth. The procedure of root cant treatment includes nerves and blood vessels and the damaged pulp is removed in this procedure. At Dr. Sachdeva’s Dental Institute we have latest technology modernized equipment which is microscopic endodontics. These root canal treatments are done by the specialists which we assure you to be pain free and long lasting. Deep cavities, injury and cracked tooth are the most common factors that can damage the tooth but now there is no need to get worried about these factors our dentists are always there for you to fix the problem. We believe treatment should be done step by step. In root canal treatment first of all we make opening in the tooth through back part then damaged pulp should be removed followed by cleaning of root canal and pulp chamber. Now the canals and the pulp chambers are enlarged and properly shaped so we can proceed with the filling procedure nicely. If the treatment needs further appointment then the temporarily filling in the tooth is done to protect it from different damage causing elements between the appointments. So, in the next appointment permanent filling of canal is done by the dentist with gutta-percha material, it is used to the cavity. Now the final step is cementation of crown on the tooth which maintains the natural look and structure. The treatment at our institute is long lasting or one can say it’s a lifetime treatment with proper maintenance and oral hygiene. In fact, we are one of the very few clinics which is equipped with a Dental Microscope that makes the process much more efficient and successful.

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Bad Breath Treatment

What causes bad breath? Bad breath is caused by a variety of factors. In most cases, it is caused by food remaining in the mouth—on the teeth, tongue, gums, and other structures—and collecting bacteria. Dead and dying bacterial cells release a sulfur compound that gives your breath an unpleasant odor. Certain foods, such as garlic and onions, contribute to breath odor. Once the food is absorbed into the bloodstream, it is transferred to the lungs, where it is exhaled. Brushing, flossing and mouthwash only mask the odor. Dieters sometimes develop unpleasant breath from fasting. Periodontal (gum) disease often causes persistent bad breath or a bad taste in the mouth, and persistent bad breath may mean a sign that you have gum disease. Gum disease is caused by plaque - the sticky, often colorless, film of bacteria that constantly forms on teeth. Dry mouth, or xerostomia, may also cause bad breath due to decreased salivary flow. Saliva cleans your mouth and removes particles that may cause odor. Tobacco products cause bad breath and stained teeth, they reduce your ability to taste foods, and they irritate your gum tissues. Bad breath may also be a sign that you have a serious health problem, such as a respiratory tract infection, chronic sinusitis, postnasal drip, chronic bronchitis, diabetes, gastrointestinal disturbance, or liver or kidney ailment. Daily brushing and flossing, and regular professional cleanings will normally take care of unpleasant breath. And don't forget your often overlooked tongue as a culprit for bad breath. Bacterial plaque and food debris also can accumulate on the back of the tongue. The tongue's surface is extremely rough and bacteria can accumulate easily in the cracks and crevices. Controlling periodontal disease and maintaining good oral health helps to reduce bad breath. If the odor comes from gum disease, your dentist can either treat the disease or refer you to a periodontist, a specialist that treats gum tissues. Gum disease can cause gum tissues to pull away from the teeth and form pockets. When these pockets are deep, only a professional periodontal cleaning can remove the bacteria and plaque that accumulate. Improperly cleaned dentures can also harbor odor-causing bacteria and food particles. If you wear removable dentures, take them out at night and clean them thoroughly before replacing them. If you have constant bad breath, make a list of the foods you eat and any medications you take. Some medications may contribute to bad breath. If your dentist determines that your mouth is healthy and that the odor is not oral in nature, you may be referred to your family physician or to a specialist to determine the cause of the odor and possible treatment.

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Sealants

Caries potential is directly related to shape & depth of the pit & fissures. Sealants are the effective caries protective agents to the extent they remain bond safe & their effectiveness should justify their routine use as a preventive measure. Indications: - Deep retentive pits & fissures. - Patient with high risk of caries. - Stained pit & fissure with numerous appearance of decalcification. - No radiographic/clinical evidence of proximal caries. Dr. Rajat Sachdeva welcome people at Dr. Sachdeva's Dental Institute to provide you with the knowledge you need to make informed decisions about your dental health

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Sinus Lift Surgery

The tendency of the alveolar ridge to progressively resorb after tooth loss & typically poor quality of posterior maxillary bone, rehabilitation of this region with implant supported prosthesis has been challenging. Anatomically maxillary sinuses are largest paranasal air cavities limited by six walls, separated from the nasal cavity, containing the neurovascular bundle & covering the tooth root by a Schneiderian membrane. The blood supply of the maxillary sinus is derived from the branches of maxillary artery, posterior superior artery, infraorbital artery & descending palatine artery. Anatomical knowledge of sinus vascularization is necessary to prevent bleeding complications during the sinus lift procedure. Therefore, the surgical procedure of maxillary sinus lift has undergone considerable development & different variations with autogenous bone regarded as the preferred option. Factors to satisfy the criteria for sinus augmentation are:- -residual bone 10mm in height -absent pathological condition/fibrous scars -absence of multiple maxillary teeth & need for strong sinus floor for multiple implants Preexisting local pathological conditions is an absolute contradiction to sinus lift procedure as grafting procedure can lead to fluid stagnation & exacerbated sinusitis. At present there are two surgical approaches for maxillary sinus floor lift procedure. First the lateral antrostomy (traumatic) being classical one described by tatum.The transcrestal approach has less morbidity but nevertheless it requires enough residual bone height for primary stability of implants i.e. prerequisite residual bone height should be 6mm to enable placement of implant 10mm in height. It is indeed a one stage procedure & less time consuming but as every procedure has its own pros & cons, its drawback is that only 2-4mm of bone height can be increased & its highly technique sensitive. More recently, second approach i.e. crestal one (atraumatic or conservative) has been advocated by Summers using osteotomes.It includes same procedure as that of lateral approach with a crestal incision followed by full thickness flap raised & implant site prepared 1-2mm shorter than the subantral bone height using drills & osteotomes while in lateral approach antrostomy is performed using a round bur to create a U-shaped trapdoor on a lateral buttress of the maxilla. The main advantage of this approach being less invasive procedure, improves the density of the maxillary bone allowing greater stability of implants which can be unproven if the residual bone height is 6mm. Restoring edentulism with dental implants needs careful treatment planning especially in the posterior maxilla where the pneumatized maxillary sinuses can limit the amount of alveolar bone for implant placement. Hence maxillary sinus floor lift offers the most common & predictable preprosthetic procedures to address this problem.

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