FAQ

Registration at Hospital Reception from 8 am to 3 30 pm from Monday to Saturday (including all public holidays)

RCT is done from the  Conservative Department.  Appointments are given to the patients who have registered with the department.  Physical Checkup and x-ray is required for registering RCT

Rs.10/- for registration and there is no fee for revisits

Department wise treatment wise appointments system is following.

Lasers can be used to treat periodontal disease. Current controlled studies have shown that similar results have been found with the laser compared to specific other treatment options, including scaling and root planing alone. Scaling and root planing is a traditional non-surgical therapy used to treat periodontal diseases.

Yes and no. Each laser has different wavelengths and power levels that can be used safely during different periodontal procedures. However, damage to periodontal tissues can result if a laser with an inappropriate wavelength and/or power level is used during a periodontal procedure.

Yes. In many cases, implants are actually considered stronger than natural teeth and provide full functionality. After treatment, patients will be able to enjoy all of their favourite foods while benefiting from healthy, aesthetically-pleasing prosthetic replacement teeth.

Most dental implant procedures involve less discomfort than a tooth extraction. When we see patients for follow-up visits, most of them tell us how surprised they were with how little discomfort they had! (TRUE!) Our office is equipped with doctors and a staff trained to safely provide conventional methods of anaesthesia as well as a variety of intravenous sedation anaesthesia options. Operative procedures will seem both pleasant and brief when effective local and IV anaesthesia is chosen.

Implant treatments range from the immediate replacement of an extracted tooth to over six months when jaw surgery and bone grafting is needed. The average treatment is three to six months. Most of the time required to complete implant treatment is taken up just waiting for the bone to fuse completely with the implant. This usually takes a few months and goes on below the gum line without any feeling or awareness. In more complex cases treatment may be longer.

During the initial healing period, dentures or partials can be worn over the implants while they mature. The temporary teeth will be made prior to the removal of the existing teeth in cases where tooth removal and implant replacement is required.

 

● Enhanced ability to chew your food.
● Replace removable full and partial dentures with fixed bridgework.
● Improved appearance.
● Increase in self-confidence.
● Prevent further bone loss.

Implants have been successfully placed since the 1950’s. With ongoing technological advancements and more durable implant materials, ten-year success rates have been reported at 93 percent or better.

 

Although implant failure is considered rare, it can occur. In these cases, the failed implant can be replaced with another.