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Overview


Dentistry is the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of conditions, disorders, and diseases of the teeth, gums, mouth, and jaw. The dental clinic at Medicover Hospitals is an advanced facility boasting state-of-the-art equipment in a pleasant and soothing environment. The primary focus is in the areas of top quality dental treatments, dental surgeries, cosmetic dentistry, Orthodontics, Periodontics and Implantology. The Department is synonymous with world-class oral healthcare services and we use the best-in-class equipment and the most skilled dentists. Patients who undergo sophisticated dental treatments or dental surgeries benefit from the use of innovative pain-management devices.

Symptoms of Dental

  • Toothache
  • Sensitive Teeth
  • Bleeding or Sore Gums
  • Mouth Sores
  • Bad Breath
  • Jaw Pain or Popping/Clicking in the Jaw
  • Dry Mouth
  • Oral Piercing Infection
  • Cracked or Broken Teeth
  • Stained or Discolored Teeth

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  •  Digital X-rays[Portable, Well Mount]
  •  Invisalign
  •  Laser Dentistry
  •  Intraoral Camera
  •  Biolase Laser
  •  Digital Panoramic Dental X-Ray
  •  Chairside HD Monitors
  •  Dental Handpieces

Common Dental Procedures

  •  Teeth Scalings
  •  Teeth Whitening
  •  Extractions
  •  Veneers
  •  Fillings
  •  Crowns
  •  Root Canal
  •  Braces/Invisalign
  •  fluoride application for Desensitizing
  •  Dentures

Complex Procedures at Medicover Hospitals


  •  Zygoma Implant
  •  BOI Implant
  •  Bone Grafts
  •  Sinus lift (direct and indirect)
  •  Bone augmentation
  •  Sinus lift (direct and indirect)
  •  GTR
  •  Profiloplasty
  •  Rhinoplasty
  •  Genioplasty
  •  Orthognathic Jaw
  •  Gummy Smile Corrections
  •  Facial Asymmetry

  •  Post Mucormycosis Rehabilitation Using patient Specific Implants (PSI Implant)
  •  Precision Attachment
  •  Laser Assisted FLAP Surgery
  •  Cyst Enucleations
  •  Cosmetic Facial Surgeries


Sub Specialities

  • Cosmetic/ Aesthetic Dentistry
  • Fillings
  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Crown and Bridges
  • Gum Diseases & Periodontal Treatment
  • Dental Implants
  • Child Dentistry
  • Oral Surgeries
  • Orthodontics
  • Laser Dentistry
  • Dental Prosthetics


Tests & Diagnostic Excellence


Blood Tests
Panoramic Dental X-Rays
Tissue Biopsy
Digital Imaging
Caries Detection Solutions
Shade Matching Systems
Salivary Tests
Bite Sticks


Common Dental Conditions


Stained Teeth: Tooth staining is often caused by pigmented foods and beverages, as well as tobacco products such as cigarettes, cigars, or chewing tobacco

Cavities: Cavities are decayed areas of the teeth that develop into small openings or holes. It is mainly due to bacteria, snacks, sugary drinks, and poor teeth cleaning

Cracked or broken teeth: A tooth can become cracked or broken from an injury to the mouth, chewing hard foods, or grinding your teeth at night

Gingivitis : Gingivitis is a common and mild form of gum disease that causes irritation, redness, and swelling of the gums around the base of the teeth

Crooked Teeth: Crooked teeth occur when the size of the upper or lower jaw is smaller than normal. These can lead to problems like overbite and underbite.


Facilities


Comprehensive dental care for children, including sedation and general anesthesia
All advanced or lengthy implant operations are easily handled by our well-trained and experienced support staff of nurses and theatre personnel.
Equipped with the latest technologies
In-house X-Ray machine and Dental Laboratory



Frequently Asked Questions:


Dental implants rarely fall out. However, if the implant falls, the patient should be examined and provided with appropriate alternatives.


Bridges fill the space left by a missing tooth or teeth by securing a false tooth to surrounding teeth or implants.


Dental bridges can last at least five to seven years. With good oral hygiene and regular professional cleanings, the bridge can last more than 10 years.


Dental hygiene is important for oral health because it reduces the risk of developing cavities and gum disease.

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