Emergency Dentistry: Emergency dental care is typically needed to address mouth trauma and broken teeth, along with loosened or broken fillings. You might get your tooth popped out either by an accident involving the face or getting a blow to your mouth. If that happens, act quickly & within 30 minutes visit your nearest dental office. Handle your tooth carefully and pick it up by the crown and never touch the root. If it’s dirty then gently rinse it with milk or water. Don’t scrub or dry or use any soap or chemicals or wrap it in any cloth. You should try to gently place the tooth back in its socket but not press it; if you can’t place it back then should keep it moist until you reach the dental office. Place it in your mouth ideally next to your cheek or place it in a cup in which you have collected your saliva or milk or you can also dip it in a contact lens solution or in an emergency kit such as ‘save-a-tooth’. Avoid using regular tap water. If it’s a baby tooth then you shou…

Brushing Routine

For #brushing choose a soft bristle #toothbrush, as it can effectively remove #plaque and debris from gums and between teeth. Hard bristle #toothbrush can erode your tooth #enamel.

#Replace your toothbrush regularly after every three to four months or when the #bristles get frayed and lose their shape.

Remember to always use fluoridated toothpaste as it not only helps remove plaque but also strengthens the tooth enamel. Your toothpaste should contain at least 1400ppm fluoride content.

Flossing your teeth is also important as it removes food particles that get #trapped in between your teeth.

While brushing your teeth use a pea size amount of #toothpaste as applying a lot can tempt you to spit and finish early.

You should brush your teeth gently in short circular motion with 45 degree angle at gum line. You must never brush across your teeth as you can irritate your gums. If you have any doubts

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral & #maxillofacial#surgery which is also
commonly known as oral surgery includes
the diagnosis and surgical treatment of
diseases, #injuries and defects of face, jaws,
teeth and #mouth.
Extraction of #diseased and impacted or
fractured tooth, surgical placement of dental
implants in jaws, surgical correction of jaws
when there is misalignment of teeth due to
jaw abnormalities in cases where
orthodontic #treatment alone is not enough,
cleft lip and palate surgeries, treatment of
cysts and tumors, jaw joint surgeries,
surgical treatment to relieve sleep apnea by
removing soft #tissue at back portion of
mouth or lower jaw are some of the
procedures done in this department.
Ideally you will #schedule an appointment
and have plenty of time to think about your
options, which is true for any minor surgical
procedures like #tooth extraction or some
facial procedures that you might have
planned in advance. But most of the oral
surgical procedures are emergency
situations, if you #likely suffered an injury
that …

Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology

#The inside lining of your mouth is #usually pink and smooth; if there is #any change in its color or texture like white or red patches, lumps, #bumps, sores that bleed easily and #take longer time to heal, #thickening inside your mouth or #any other abnormality it might #signal a #pathology and might be a sign of an #underlying disease as serious as #cancer.

#Patients who might have certain #conditions or symptoms can be

Prosthetic Dentistry

In #prosthetic dentistry your dentist will #do crowns, fixed bridges, #porcelain veneers, dental implants, #dentures, facial prosthesis.

Crowns also sometimes known as #‘caps’ replace entire tooth surface #which is visible above gum line, #usually made of metal, porcelain #fused to metal or all-ceramic and #mostly to restore the tooth, or #after root canal therapy.

#Fixed bridges replace one or more #missing tooth by taking support of #adjacent healthy teeth which are

Pediatric Dentistry

#pediatricdentistry deals with oral health screenings, prophylaxis procedures, cavity detection and treatment by #restoring the affected tooth with a dental filling, preventive measures like fluoride application and pit and fissure sealants application on recently erupted permanent molars and premolars, #extraction of teeth and all other minor and major surgical procedures, early detection of growth abnormalities of jaws and teeth like crowding or misalignment of teeth, #protruded or retruded jaws in children and adolescent, reducing anxiety by use of sedation like #laughing gas during dental #procedures.

The dentist will educate the parents on preventive care, oral hygiene measures, habits which cause misalignments like thumb sucking, use of pacifiers and habit breaking appliances, care for children with special needs, counseling on proper diet and #nutrition on how to minimize sugar consumption and following proper diet plan, emergency dental care, management of space due premature l…


A dentist is the one who will diagnose, treat and manage your overall oral health needs like gum care, root canal therapies, tooth restorations, preventive education & more. They specialize in educating patients of all ages on proper oral care practices, from teaching a toddler proper brushing technique or showing an elderly patient the correct and precise way to clean their dentures.

The dentist will develop a tailored dental hygiene plan to arrange for your specific case including dental examination, prophylaxis, X-rays and use of other diagnostic equipments to prevent, uncover and treat any issues if present.They will use variety of restorative procedures for a comprehensive treatment plan to help them in preventing decay or disease of teeth, mouth, gums and tongue. They also use restorative dentistry procedures to repair the defects caused by a tooth decay, trauma, defect or disease in the areas of your mouth. The dentist will make sure that you and your family members have a po…