1. Root Canal Treatment / Pulpectomy
Decayed teeth can be saved from extraction with the help of root canal treatment.
A long while back, root canals might have been difficult, how ever with the present anesthetics and further developed treatment strategies, patients can feel comfortable during and after the swift technique.
There is no need to live in the pain anymore
Signs you need a root canal:
- Severe tooth pain upon pressure
- Prolonged tooth sensitivity to heat and cold
- Swelling of gums or tooth discoloration
- Pain at night
- Pain and pressure during flights
2. Crowns and bridges
A dental crown provides strength to the individual’s damaged or decaying tooth. Bridges are used to replace missing teeth. They have two crowns – one on either end – and a bridge of replacement teeth that rest in the area of the gums where there is tooth loss.
3. Filling and cleaning
For treating a decayed area of the tooth, a cavity is formed removing the decayed portion of the tooth and then “fill” the area on the tooth to rehabilitate it. Scaling and polishing are a necessary treatment for removal of dental plaque, tartar and extrinsic stains that are present on the teeth. This prevents and controls the severity of gum diseases
Crowded and crooked teeth are more prone to dental diseases due to the difficulty in maintain its hygiene, thus to improve your dental health these malalignments are to be corrected. This is done with the help of braces and wires by a trained orthodontist
Dentures are counterfeit teeth and gums that are shaped to your mouth and made by your dental specialists to replace lost or extracted normal teeth. Dentures can either be full or partial, meaning they can either replace all teeth on either the top or bottom gum line, or just a few that are missing.