Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a lethal neurodegenerative disease which causes someone’s nerves to be damaged with increasing age. However, the onset of AD can be either early or late...read more
Dental Fillings helps to restore damaged teeth by decay back to their ordinary function, and prevent further decay. Your dentist will take into account certain factors when selecting which filling material type would be most suitable for you...read more
Composite fillings also known as “tooth-colored” and/or “cosmetic fillings” are made up of a mixture of plastic and fine glass particles. It consists of tooth-colored composite resin. Resins imitate the appearance of natural teeth...read more
Zirconia or zirconium is the strongest material used in restoration dentistry and also the hardest known white ceramic in the industry. Zirconium Oxide is the zirconia used in dentistry...read more
Dental Crowns are a perfect way to reconstruct teeth which has been broken, decayed or weakened.
The crown is created in a manner to accommodate over the remaining part of the tooth, providing it the shape and the contour of a natural tooth and making it strong...
Metal crowns are made up of alloys that have a high composition of gold or platinum, or base-metal alloys such as nickel-chromium and cobalt-chromium alloys). Metal crowns are ideal to resist biting and grinding forces well and possibly last the longest in aspects of wearing down...read more
The Indian Academy of Pediatrics, the Indian Dental Association and even the International Dental associations states that every caregiver should take their kid to dentist by the age 1 – or as soon as the first tooth shows up.read more
Significantly, early stages oral health dominates and outcomes are regarded critical in recognizing the oral health trajectories across the life course, and can influence oral health and disease development in adulthood.read more
Time and technology have shown rapid development overtime. The dental industry has vastly advanced, meaning the way the Indian dental surgeons and orthodontist work and serve to patients have adapted to state-of-the-art...read more