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Dr C. Sharath Babu

Dr C. Sharath Babu


   Prosthodontist and Implantologist

   Experience: 15+ years


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Dr Snehal N Dhatrak

Dr Snehal N Dhatrak

   BDS, Certificate in Cosmetic Dentistry

   Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentist

   Experience: 9 years


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Dr Swati Yadav

Dr Swati Yadav

   BDS (Fellowship Micro Dentistry in Endodontics)

   Consultant Dental Surgeon

   Experience: 19+ years


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Dr Karra Kalyan Kanth

Dr Karra Kalyan Kanth


   Consultant Dental Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

   Experience: 12 years


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Dr SVV Vedavathi

Dr SVV Vedavathi


   Consultant Dental Surgeon

   Experience: 12 years


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Dr K Vineetha

Dr K Vineetha



   Experience: 1 years


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Dr MV Sravanthi

Dr MV Sravanthi


   Consultant Dentist & Implantologist

   Experience: 10 years


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"Medicover hospitals have a team of highly experienced and qualified dentist that are knowledgeable in a variety of dental specialties. The labs and facilities are regularly maintained up to date on the newest advances in dental technology. Thanks to our staff who are highly skilled orthodontists, endodontists, paediatricians, periodontists, prosthodontists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons that thousands of patients leave our hospitals with a smile.

The dental department in Hyderabad is an essential component of modern medical science. Dental surgeons of today are trained not only to treat dental disorders, but also to detect and treat diseases affecting the entire orofacial region, such as dental caries, periodontitis, and oral cancer. Keeping this in mind, Dentist department at Medicover Hospitals India has set a lofty goal for ongoing growth and development in the following academic years.

Many clinics can give you regular dental care, but our patient-centered approach sets us different. While we are very focused on the precision and success of all dental operations and processes conducted at our clinic, we are also very sensitive to the needs, expectations, and most importantly, the degree of comfort in our patients. Our top dentist in Hyderabad treats each visitor as an individual rather than a patient. We take the time to not only understand their needs and expectations, but also to boost a patient's comfort level by ensuring that the patient understands the necessity of any dental treatment they may receive, how the dental procedure will operate, the level of discomfort they may suffer, and so on. Medicover Hospitals has the best dentist in Hyderabad who can perform everything from simple tooth extractions to the most sophisticated root canals, as well as cosmetic dentistry and severely impacted tooth extractions.

We don't mean that in a philosophical sense when we say that your smile is our responsibility. Our dental care and oral hygiene department at Medicover Hospitals India can provide you with a wide range of dental services, including preventative care, aesthetic dentistry, and gum disease treatment."

Frequently Asked Questions
1. When should I visit a dentist?

A person should visit a dentist at least twice a year for regular check-ups. These twice-yearly appointments help your dentist in keeping your teeth clean as well as detecting, treating, and preventing oral health issues. It is easy to monitor oral health issues when they are minor.

2. Is the Root Canal Treatment Painful?

A root canal is a procedure that is performed to treat an infection in the centre of a tooth. It's a simple treatment that retains a tooth that would otherwise be extracted completely. It is a painless procedure.

3. Can a dentist perform oral surgery?

Basic oral surgical treatments can be performed by a dentist. This aids in the treatment of patients who would otherwise need to see a surgeon. A surgeon may be advised for tooth extraction surgery.

4. Are dental crowns safe?

It is considered safe to place a dental crown or cap. This is just one technique for repairing teeth that have been damaged. It carries various risks, such as gum disease and a higher chance of root canals.

5. What is full mouth rehabilitation?

The process of rebuilding, repairing, or replacing most of the teeth in the upper and lower jaws is known as full mouth reconstruction. Oral restorations aid in the improvement of overall health as well as the appearance of the teeth.

6. How long does it take for dental implant surgery?

Depending on the condition and shape of the bones, this process can take anywhere from 1 to 3 months. When patients have good bone structure, however, the operation can be performed in one day. Most dentists will wait around three months after this stage is completed before completing the final restoration of the tooth replacement.

7. What happens after dental implants are placed?

The jawbone will begin to develop around the implant once it is placed in your jaw. After that, the implant blends in with your natural gum line. This process can take anywhere from 3 to 9 months.

8. What should I avoid after dental implants?

After the implant procedure, the patient may be required to follow the dentist's cleaning instructions. For a few days, you should avoid solid foods. Try to maintain proper oral hygiene and visit the dentist on a regular basis.

9. What are the 9 most common dental problems?

The most common dental problems:

  • Bad breath
  • Tooth decay
  • Gum disease
  • Toothache
  • Cracked tooth
  • Sensitive to cold
  • Tooth decay & cavities
  • Oral cancer
  • Mouth sores

10. What is prosthetic surgery?

Prosthetic surgery is a surgical procedure that tries to enhance oral tissue problems. It allows a removable denture to rest on a stable base that is free of visible bony protuberances or undercuts, as well as muscular attachments.

11. What are the types of dental treatment?

There are various dental treatments:

  • Root canal treatment
  • Tooth extraction
  • Crowns
  • Fillings
  • Dental implants
  • Dentures
  • Tooth whitening

12. How can I shape my teeth without braces?

It's difficult to form your teeth, and doing so can result in tooth loss, displacement, gum disease, or irreversible damage. Under the supervision of the dentist, you can give your teeth a perfect shape.

13. How long does it take for braces to fix your teeth?

Braces usually take 1 to 2 years on average to fix your teeth. However, the length of time varies depending on the shape of the teeth and the circumstances.