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A Filling is material that fills the opening that’s left after a decayed portion of a tooth has been removed. Fillings fall into three categories: amalgam, composite and GIC.

1) Amalgam Fillings use an alloy (mixture) of mercury and other metals (such as silver, copper or tin) that is carved and contoured after placement in the tooth.

2) Composite Fillings use a composite made of minute glass or ceramic particles that are mixed into a gel-like substance. The color of the substance is similar to that of a tooth. After it is applied to the tooth, the composite is hardened using a light that causes it to solidify almost instantly.

Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment is the removal of the tooth’s pulp, a small, thread-like tissue in the center of the tooth. Once the damaged, diseased or dead pulp is removed, the remaining space is cleaned, shaped and filled. This procedure seals off the root canal.

A root canal treatment is a very common procedure performed by dentist.

Problems with your root canal are often spotted while undergoing a regular dental check-up. If left untreated, root canal issues can often cause tooth loss!


There can be some sensitivity after tooth preparation till the final crown is not delivered. Due to this reason we put temporary crowns till the…


During first 24 hours it is important that the blood clot forms on the extraction site to stop bleeding, reduce pain and speed healing…


The first 48 hours are crucial to maximize the whitening results from the bleaching procedure. Some patients experience sensitivity…


Dental laser procedures result in little or no discomfort during / after surgery. Take prescribed pain medications according to instructions…


Avoid strenuous physical activity and smoking for the first 48-72 hours following the procedure. Brush gently on the surgical are after 24 hours…

Orthodontic Treatment

Do not bite on hard food from your front teeth like apple, guava, carrpt, pizza crust, meat on bone. You can enjoy these items bu cutting into pieces…


Due to the removal of calculus, you may feel the gingiva / tooth may be loose due to debris dislodgement under the tissue.



Getting used to your new dentures- For the first few weeks your new dentures may feel bulky and odd. However you will eventually become used to it…