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We are equipped with state of art sterilization and disinfection equipment, according to CDC and WHO guidelines.

All Our operatories have UVGI( ultra –violet C germicidal irradiation) air disinfection , extra oral high volume suctions along with the highest HEPA grade 14 air filters installed for patients safety.

Our PPE protocols, complete clinic sanitization after every procedure and daily covid screening ensure complete safety of patients, doctors and Staff.

Why Choose us?

Dr. K.K.Raja’s dental and dentofacial centre has been setting benchmarks for excellence in dental practice for 30 plus years. We intend to continue the trend.

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Tuesday : 10am to 1pm
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Thursday : 10am to 1 pm
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Friday : 10am to 1pm
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Saturday : 4pm to 8pm
Sunday : Holiday

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Crowns And Bridges

  • When a tooth is fractured, has a large,old filling, or is severely damaged by decay, your dentist may recommend the placement of a crown, or cap Read More...


crowns and bridges

           Crowns strenthen and protect the remaining tooth structure and can improve the appreance of your smile.
Types of crowns include the full procelain crowns, the procelain-fused-to-metal crown and the all-metal crown

Fitting a crown requires at least two visits to the dentists office initially the dentist:

  • Removes decay and shapes the tooth.
  • Makes an Impression.
  • Makes and fits a temporary or transitional crown of plastic or metal.
  • Patients can resume normal eating and brushing immediately.
  • In a subsequent visit the dentist: removes the temporary, fits and adjusts the final crown, cements the crown into place.


      Few incidents have greater impact on dental health and personal appreance than tooth loss. When one or more
teeth are missing the remaining can drift out of position, which can lead to change in the bite the loss of additional teeth,
decay and gum disease.

When tooth loss occurs, your dentist may recommend the placemnt of a bridge. A bridge is one or more
crowns on each side.

  • Initially, the dentist prepares teeth on each side of the space to recieve crowns and makes an impression of the entire area.
  • Fits a temporary or transitional bridge.
  • In a subsequent visit the dentist places, adjusts and cements the fixed bridge.

Restorative Dentistry

  • What Are the Different Types of Restorative Dentistry? Read More...


  • We know we should brush our teeth twice a day and floss each day, but even with great home care we are prone
    to cavities, chipped teeth, or imperfect smiles. That’s why it’s also important to visit your dentist at least twice a year.
    They are able to monitor your oral health and provide necessary treatment to keep your mouth in the best possible condition.
    So whether you have tooth decay, broken or missing teeth, restorative dentistry can return your smile to its best.

  • Tooth Fillings and Sealants

  • Fillings are extremely common and have a high success rate. We offer options for composite fillings
    and amalgam fillings—both are safe. Which type we use depends on your needs, but we commonly use composite
    fillings because they are tooth-colored and appear more natural for teeth that are visible and easier for
    others to see or notice. However if the decay is large, a medicated or temporary filling may be placed to ensure
    that the tooth stays vital and then followed by a composite or amalgam fillings. If the natural tooth substance is damaged
    too much an inlay or onlay is preferred
  • Sealants are a thin coating that is painted on teeth to protect them from cavities, they are typically
    used in children, but can be used in adults as well. Sealants are a quick and affordable option to preventing
    cavities and tooth fillings.
  • Bonding – Effective for a variety of restoration dentistry, composite resin, a tooth colored material, is useful for
    fixing cracks, chips, broken teeth and even gaps.
  • Inlays and Onlays – When up to three surfaces of a tooth require replacement, an inlay may be used. If the chewing
    surface, along with some of the sides and back surface, are involved, an onlay can properly reconstruct the tooth. Like a crown,
    these are fabricated by a lab, then permanently cemented by the dentist.
  • Veneers – Thin shells composed of porcelain are custom made to fit over teeth, providing a natural, attractive look.
    Most often chosen for the purpose of revamping your smile, they can be used to fix stained, misaligned, worn down or abnormally spaced teeth.
  • No restoration will last forever and will need to be maintained, and ultimately replaced, to ensure continued protection of the tooth
  • Lasers dentistry

    • Lasers are controlled source of light that has been used widely in various fields and in dentistry it offers plenty of advantages Read More...


    Indications for laser dental treatment

               Minor surgeries, gum procedures ,surgeries in medically compromised patients, cosmetic procedures like bleaching, lightening of dark gum and pain relief can be quick and painless with lasers.

    Advantages of lasers

    What to expect during a laser procedure

          Since lasers are high energy sources adequate protective eyewear will have to be worn during the procedure.

    What to expect after a laser dental surgery

    Most of the time the patient can go back to normal routine the same day.

    Antiseptic gels will be given to be applied over the surgery area.

    We offer Laser dentistry by world class trained laser dentists . Depending on what sort of treatment you require, there should exist some form of laser dentistry that can address your needs.


    • Thanks in advances jn modern dental materials and technique , your dentist can help you attain the smile you've always wanted Read More...



               The contour, color and allignment of your teeth can be changed by such cosmetics techniques as
    bleaching, bonding, veneers and inlays.

    Bleaching lightens stains or discoloration and can be performed on living teeth or teeth that have undergone
    root canal treatment

    Bonding restores chipped, cracked, discolored or malaligned teeth by rebulding the surface with a plastic or
    porcelain material

    Porcelain laminate veneers bond custom-made tooth-shaped sheels to correct or camouflague discoloration, damage or

    Inlays and onlaysare tooth-colored restorations that are used on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth.
    They can be placed instead of silver fillings or to replace existing silver fillings

    Orthodontics correct crowded teeth, misaligned teeth and bite problems in childerns and adults.
    The brightness of your smile may be adversely affected by certain foods and beverages that can stain your teeth, such as:

    most stains can be removed or reduced by professional cleaning.

    To keep a healthy, bright smile, daily care is a must. Regular brushing, flossing and visits to your dentist will minimize your risk
    of tooth decay and gum disease.

    Root Canal Treatment

    • If your tooth nerve chamber becomes infected by decayroot canal treatment is often the only way to ave your tooth. Read More...


    Inside your tooth's hard outer shell is a nourishing pulp of blood vessels, lymph vessels and nerves.
    The root canal, which contain the pulp, extend to the bone.

    Deep tooth decay,or an injury, can cause serious damage and infection to the pulp's nerves and
    vessels. Root canal, or endodontic, treatment cleans out the infected pulp chamber and repairs the damage.

    Some indications of the need for root canal treatment may be:


    The material used to fill your root canal will probably last you a lifetime, but eventually the filling or
    crown may need to be replaced.

    Essential Care

      Complete Brushing

    • Brushing your teeth at least twice daily helps prevent tooth decay and gum disease, the major cause of tooth loss Read More...


    Use a soft-bristle brush and an ADA-accepted flouride tooth-paste to remove plaque and food particles. Replace your brush every two or three months.

    On outer and inner surfaces, brush at a 45-degree angle in a short, half-tooth-wide stokes against the gumline.

    On chewing surfaces, hold brush back and forth.

    On inside surfaces of front teeth, tilt brush vertically and use gentle up and down strokes with toe and brush.

    Brush the tougue in a back-to-front sweeping motion to remove food particles and freshen your mouth.

    Proper Flossing

    Flossing dailly removes plaque and food particles between teeth and below the gumline.

    Wrap an 18-inch strand around your middle fingers and hold a one-inch section tightly.

    Ease floss between teeth. clean up and down deveral times while curving around teeth at the gumline.

    Always floss behind the last tooth. Unwind clean floss as you proceed.

    Floss around the abutment teeth of a bridge and under artificial teeth using a floss threader.

    You may experiance sore or bleeding gums for the first several days you floss if bleeding continues
    after the first week of flossing, call your dental professional. if you have trouble handling floss, ask your dentist about
    the use of a floss holder, or other types of interdental cleaning aids.

    Tooth Decay And Fluoride

    • When your dentist detects a weak spot on your tooth, at-home flouride treatments may be recommended to reverse Read More...


    When your dentist detects a weak spot on your tooth, at-home flouride treatments may be recommended to reverse
    thedecay process. if the weak spot is left unchecked, a cavity may form, necessitating a filling. If decay is allowed to
    to spread, it may penetrate the root and enter the pulp (nerve) chamber, causing an abscess and requiring root canal treatment


    Tooth decay often beginson biting surfaces, between the teeth, and on exposed roots.

    Untreated, the cavity becomes larger.

    Decay spreads beneath the enamel and can destroy the tooth structure.

    Decay enters the pulp and an abscess may occur

    Use of flouridated toothpaste can help prevent tooth decay at its early stage.

    Tooth enamel is hard and porous. it consists of many closely-packed rods made of minerals.When you
    eat, acid forms on theoutside of the tooth and seeps into the enamel's pores.This deminerilization process can produce a weak spot
    in the tooth's surface. if unchecked, the enamel can decay and create a cavity.

    Fluoride helps prevent tooth decay by slowing the breakdown of enamel and speeding up the natural remineralization
    process. These microscopic views of the tooth's chewing surface show how flouride works.

    Healthy tooth enamel rods before acid's onslaught.

    Enamel rods demineralized, or broken down, by acid.

    Enamel rods remineralized, or rebuilt, by fluoride and the minerals in saliva.

    Common sources of flouride are fluoridated drinking water, toothpaste and mouth rinse. inform your dentist if your
    drinking water is not fluoridated. High concentration fluoride gels, mouth rinses, drops and tablets are available by prescription.

    Children's Teeth

    • Childerns Teeth begin forming before birth. As early as 4 months, the first primary or baby, teeth to erupt through the gums Read More...


    are the lower central incisors, followed closely by the upper central incisors. Althrough all 20 primary teeth usually appear
    by age 3, the pace and order of their their eruption varies.

    Oral care should begin soon after baby's birth Gums should be cleaned after each feeding You can begin brushing your child's teeth as soon as they appear.

    Permanent teeth begin appearing around age 6. starting with the first molars and lower central incisors. This process continues until approximately age 21.

    Adults have 28 permanent teeth, or up to 32 including the third molars (or wisdom teeth).

    Always clean your infant's gums after feedings. Wipe gums with a clean damp cloth or gauze pad. Parents should brush chil dren's teeth daily with a soft wet toothbrush and a pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste. Schedule a dental visit between 6-12 months of age. Supervise your child's brushing to ensure proper brushing habits.

    To prevent nursing bottle mouth, if you must give your baby a bottle at nap or bed time, fill it with plain water-not milk, formula or juice.

    Your dentist may recommend regular fluoride treatments to strengthen enamel and resist decay. Whenever possible, drink fluoridated water and always use an ADA-accepted fluoridated toothpaste.

    Dental sealants can provide a further layer of protection against cavities. The plastic coating is painted on the grooved chewing surfaces of the back teeth

    Wisdom Teeth

    • Wisdom teeth, or third molars are the final teeth to develop. Most of us have four wisdom teeth, Read More...


    one in each comer of the mouth They usually emerge during our late teens or early twenties

    Oftentimes, wisdom teeth become trapped, or impacted in the jawbone and cause crowding,
    displacement, decay, infection or gum disease. Impacted wisdom teeth can grow in many different
    directions horizontally, vertically, or at an angle.

    Angular, bony impaction of third molar (wisdom tooth).

    Soft tissue impaction of third molar (wisdomtooth).In most cases, it is recommended that
    impacted wisdom teeth are extracted

    Wisdom tooth surgery is performed, usually under local anesthesia, in your dentist's office.
    an outpatient surgical facility, or a hospital Make arrangements for a responsible adult to drive you home Plan
    to rest at home for the remainder of the day


    Incision is made and overlying bone is removed, exposing crown of impacted tooth.

    Tooth is extracted whole or surgically sectioned. The site is sutured closed.

    To ease any discomfort and promote healing

    Call your doctor immediately in case of excessive bleeding or swelling, persistent,
    severe pain or fever.


    • Orthognathic surgery is also known as corrective jaw surgery


    Is a surgery designed to correct conditions of the jaw and face related to
    Structure, Growth, Sleep Apnea, TMJ disorders, Malocclusion problems owing to
    skeletal disharmonies, or other orthodontic problems which cannot be easily treated
    with braces.

    This surgery is also used to treat congenital conditions such as cleft palate

    The main goals of orthognathic surgery are to achieve a Correct bite, an Aesthetic
    face, and an Enlarged airway for easy breathing.


    • Temperomandibular joint disorders are disorders that develop from
      problems with the fit between the upper and lower teeth, Read More...


    the Jaw Joint[TMJ]and the muscles in the face that control chewing and moving the jaw.

    TMD can occur when your jaw opens, closes or moves from side to side

    TMD pain can be experienced in the jaw joint as well as in the muscles of the face that control your jaw's movement

    Symptoms include pain, clicking of jaw, inability to close or open jaw and headache that radiates to head and neck.

    Type of Treatment are simple corrective splints , full mouth rehabilitation , joint lavage and surgery.

    Periodontal Disease

    • Periodontal disease is the major cause of tooth loss in adults Mainly caused by plague it is usually painless. Read More...


    Regular dental visits are essential to timely diagnosis and treatment.

    Early and moderate periodontal disease may exhibit few it any symptoms Warning signs
    of advanced periodontal disease may include red, swollen or bleeding gums per sister bad breath;
    permanent teeth that are loose or separating changes in the way your teeth fit together when you bite

    There are many forms and stages of periodtal disease Most common are


    A mild inflammation of the gums caused by plaque build up Gums may be
    red and or sore, and bleed upon probing An anti-microbial mouth rinse may be prescribed.


    If left untreated, the gum infection damages the bone
    and supporting tissues. Your gum separates from the tooth and the bone level deteriorates

    Advanced Periodontitis

    Your gums recede farther and separate. Pus may develop. bone
    loss continues, and Joss your teeth may loosen or fall out.


    Your dentist will examine you for periodontal disease during each routine
    checkup. A periodontal probe will be used to determine if there is any breakdown in the gum
    tissue attachment or if pockets have developed between your gums and teeth.

    Treatment will depend upon the type of periodontal disease and how
    far the condition has progressed. Treatment options include:

    Scaling cleans the teeth to remove deposits above and
    below the gumline.

    Root Planingsmooths rough root surfaces so the
    gum can heal. Local anesthesia may be used.

    Oral Irrigation directs anti-microbial (anti-plaque) liquid below
    the gumline to flush out and kill germs to allow the regeneration of healthy tissue

    If deep pockets are found and bone has been destroyed, your dentist may recommend
    periodontal surgery.

    A proper program of brushing, flossing and regular professional cleanings will help fight
    plaque accumulation and gum disease, and help you keep your teeth for a lifetime.

    Sensitive Teeth

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    into sweet or sour foods, or drink hot or cold beverages, you may have sensitive teeth.

    Pain from sensitive teeth is not always constant: it can come and go. Constant pain could
    be a sign of a more serious problem. It is still important, however, to discuss your symptoms with your
    dentist to determine the cause and proper treatment


    In healthy teeth, porous tissue called dentin is protected by your gums and your
    teeth's hard enamel shell. Microscopic holes in the dentin, called tubules, connect back to the nerve
    triggering pain when irritated by certain foods and beverages. Dentin can be exposed by:


    Depending on the diagnosis, your dentist may recommend one or more of
    the following treatments to relieve the symptoms of sensitive teeth:

    A sensitivity toothpaste usually eases pain in about two to four,
    weeks. Follow your dental professional's special home care instructions for regular use
    to keep pain from returning.


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  • Partials and Dentures – Where several teeth are missing, and bridges or implants aren’t feasible,
    a removable partial can be utilized to reform your smile. A prosthetic device containing artificial
    teeth supported on a framework, it attaches to the natural teeth with retainers. Similarly, full
    dentures are when a full set of teeth on either arch are needed. Unlike bridges or implants, both
    of these devices need to be removed and cleaned daily and for sleeping.

    • Tooth loss can have a far-reaching effect on your dental health and personal apperance. Read More...


    When you lose one or more teeth, your remaining teeth can drift out of position.
    This can lead to a change in the bite, the loss of additional teeth, decay and gum disease.

    Dental implants can be an effective method to replace one tooth or several teeth.
    Each implant consists of a metal anchor that is inserted into the jawbone, and a protruding post, which
    is outfitted with an artificial tooth. Implants can also support a bridge, replace a partial denture or secure
    a fixed denture. The process requires surgery and may take up to a year to complete


    Several steps are usually necessary to place in implant. Depending on the type of implant,
    the steps may vary. The placement of a single tooth endosteal implant is illustrated below:

  • In the first procedure under anesthesia, a metal anchor, or artificial root, is placed into the jawbone. Bone
    grows around the anchor. This takes about three to six months.
  • Next, a "healing cap is placed when the implant is uncovered
  • Then, the healing cap is removed and a metal post, or abutment, may be attached to the anchor
  • When your gums and jaw bone have healed, an artificial tooth is constructed, then screwed or
    cemented to the post. Fitting your new tooth properly may take several appointments,

    Brush and floss your implant at least twice daily, just like your natural teeth. Be sure
    to brush the back of the abutment and floss around the front, back and sides. Avoid chewing on hard objects or
    extremely sticky food, Proper dental care will help keep your implants and your mouth healthy

    What is oral implant?

    It is an advanced medical technology for the treatment of tooth loss. A titanium implant
    is implanted in the toothless area of the jawbone. The jawbone fuses with the titanium surface providing a
    strong anchorage for the implant. The implant functions as a support for the dental prosthesis constructed over it.

    What is the benifits of oral implant?

  • It can treat cases untreatable with conventional methods of dental bridges and dentures.
  • It prevents further resorption of the jaw bone following tooth loss.
  • It can perfectly restore chewing function
  • It avoids cutting down and overloading the natural teeth occurring with conventional
    means of replacing tooth loss.
  • It helps restore a patient's self-esteem and confidence since it gives the feeling of regaining the real teeth.
  • It functions better than conventional dental bridges and dentures.
  • It gives superior aesthetic results.
  • Am I a suitable candidate for oral implant?

    You will be a suitable candidate for oral implant if you fulfill the following requirements

  • You must be medically fit to undergo ordinary surgery
  • Your jaw must have enough bone to support the implant (If not, bone grafting may be required)
  • There must be enough space to accommodate the prosthesis over the implant .
  • You must understand what the treatment can offer .
  • You must realize to what extent the treatment can meet your expectations
  • Should I consider oral implant?

    You should consider oral implant when

  • You do not want to have your natural teeth cut down which is required in making your conventional dental bridge.
  • You cannot wear or chew well with your denture.
  • You cannot tolerate a denture in your mouth
  • You do not want to damage your remaining teeth from wearing a partial denture.
  • You have lost your back teeth making it impossible to construct a conventional dental bridge
  • You have a long toothless span which is not indicated for making a conventional dental bride
  • You want superior aesthetic results with your tooth replacement
  • You want the most effective way of restoring your chewing function.
  • What are the procedures involved?

    The surgery can commence after thorough diagnosis and treatment planning.
    A recipient site of the same size and shape as the implant is created in the jawbone with
    drilling instruments The implant is inserted into the site prepared Usually, a healing period
    of 3 to 6 months is required for the jawbone to fuse with the implant. The jawbone has different
    densities in different areas the denser the bone, the shorter the healing period. After this
    healing period, the prosthesis is constructed over the implant and the treatment is
    completed Usually, a straightforward implant treatment takes about 4 to 7 months to
    complete Longer periods are required for complex situation such as cases requiring bone grafting

    How is the operation arranged?

    The operation will be performed under aseptic condition usually in a
    clinic with proper facilities and condition for oral implant surgery. Local anaesthesia
    is given for pain control during the operation. Intravenous can be given if necessary.
    Pain which may occur after the operation can be effectively controlled with oral medications.
    The prosthetic part of the implant treatment does not require anaesthesia.

    How successful is the treatment?

    Modern oral implant treatment is highly successful, as a general
    guideline, the five-year success rate of oral implant is over 95% with the lower jaw
    (mandible) and about 90% with the upper jaw (maxilla). The success rates may slowly
    decrease as the implant stays longer in function. In difficult cases, the success
    rates are expected to be lower. Despite the overall high success rates with oral
    implant treatment, there is still the possibility of failure which can be contributed
    by various factors and conditions, such as poor healing power, poor bone quality,
    smoking and diabetes.

    How long can an oral implant last?

    The service of an oral implant can be affected by many
    factors High standards of treatment meticulous daily cleaning by the patient.
    regular professional maintenance abstinence from smoking and avoidance of overloading
    like chewing bones. shells. hard nuts and candies) can contribute to the durability of
    the oral implant In view of the high success of modern oral implant treatment, an oral
    implant can be considered a long lasting medical implant that does not need to be changed

    Is the operation safe?

    Whereas no medical treatment can be guaranteed 100 percent without risks
    and failures, implant operation can be considered very safe. The prosthetic phase of treatment
    is basically non-invasive and non-surgical in nature.

    Why old fashioned dentures are not the answer

    Unsecured dentures are an old-fashioned solution for people who have lost all of
    their teeth. Unfortunately, you may find that wearing unsecured dentures can be painful, inconvenient and
    awkward. Such dentures make it difficult to chew a variety of foods, which can stop you from eating many of
    the foods you once enjoyed. Wearing dentures may also affect how you pronounce words, and therefore the way
    you speak.

    Your dentist can help with modern implant solutions.

    A variety of modern dental implant-based tooth replacement solutions are available. Any of
    these solutions can dramatically improve your quality of life, such as enabling proper chewing and speaking,
    increasing comfort and self confidence, and encouraging the consumption of a wider variety of foods. Ask your
    dentist for the solution that is right for you.

    Your dentist has the solution that is right for you.

    Removable implant overdentures provide stability where new teeth are attached to two or
    more dental implants, making this a cost-effective option. You can chew with confidence a variety of foods and
    your sense of taste is unaffected. Your teeth can be removed for cleaning and the need for denture adhesives
    is eliminated.

    Removable overdentures on an implant bar. For an even more secure fit, a dental bar is
    fixed to your jaw bone with two or more implants, providing stronger support for your removable dentures. Your new
    teeth can be removed for cleaning and the need for denture adhesives is eliminated.

    Fixed implant supported bridge i a more durable solution with natural-looking represent teeth,
    secured on Tour or more dental implants. This solution stimulates bone maintenance, restores chewing function, and
    maintains taste sensation

    Dental implants offer you many advantages.

  • Dental implants are accepted by dental professionals for over 40 years, as a successful and trusted method
    of tooth replacement used today.
  • Act like your natural tooth root. You do not feel the difference.
  • Are made of biocompatible materials. As a result, they are accepted by your body.
  • Your implant will normally last a lifetime with proper care and good oral hygiene.
  • Maintain natural bone, and minimize further bone loss due to bone stimulation - one of their most important advantages.
  • Provide stability and comfort, for a wide variety of replacement teeth solutions.
  • Are you living life to the fullest?

    Attractive, healthy teeth play an important role in our general health and well-being. You look and feel
    confident, free to laugh with friends and family - anytime and anywhere. Them are many reasons why people lose their teeth,
    which can a strong impact on your quality of life.

    Missing teeth can cause bone loss and the jawbone to This is because the bone is no longer stimulated
    when chew food - something that happens routinely when you your natural teeth. This causes physical changes to your
    jaw line shrinks, causing dentures to lose their fit. They often slip cause pain, or even become embarrassing. That is why
    healthy teeth are important for health and overall well-being.


    • Orthodontics or braces is a branch of dentistry that focuses on
      correcting a patient’s teeth and jaw structure to improve the overall smile. Read More...


    Dental issues such as crowded or crooked teeth can cause problems with smiling, chewing, and overall health.
    Misaligned teeth also place excess pressure on other teeth, gums, and jaw joints, which can lead to conditions
    like TMD and severe migraines.

    While millions of children and adults each year elect to begin orthodontic treatment, there are many
    different types of orthodontic treatment to choose from. Your choice depends on which treatment is best
    for your needs, and each approach has its own set of benefits.

    Traditional braces consist of brackets that are bonded to each tooth, using a special dental adhesive,
    and wires to help reposition the teeth. Braces are still the standard of care for treating significant
    bite problems. Most younger teens prefer a stainless steel bracket that they can decorate with their
    favorite colored o-rings that hold the wire to the bracket. We also offer ceramic brackets which are
    virtually invisible and are the choice of many adult patients and older teens.

    Traditional braces straighten the teeth by moving them with the help of a wire and elastics,
    which look like tiny rubber bands. With these braces, you and your teen must periodically visit
    your orthodontist in order to check the progress of the treatment and to have the wires adjusted.
    We offer SureSmile technology to all our braces patients which is where we scan your teeth with
    the braces on and design your finishing wires to be customized to your teeth and your perfect smile.
    This system is extremely accurate leading to more perfect smiles often in less time.

    Traditional braces work best for individuals who have severely crooked teeth or bite misalignments,
    like crossbites, overbites and underbites. They also require less self discipline than aligner treatments.

    Pros of Traditional Braces

  • Corrects Severely Crooked Teeth and Bite Misalignments
  • Most Affordable Teeth Straightening Option
  • Very Accurate
  • Multiple Bracket like ceramic, gold ,resin and self ligating brackets are available.
  • Does certain types of movements superiorly to aligners

  • Cons of Traditional Braces

  • Brackets Can Come Off Teeth
  • Certain Foods Must Be Limited or Avoided
  • Requires Strict Oral Hygiene Routine
  • Wire Adjustments Can Lead to Temporary Mouth Pain
  • Clear-Aligners

    • Clear-Aligners provide a hygienic convenient and a clear solution to
      the correction of malocclusion without having to wear brackets and wires. Read More...


    What is Clear-Aligners?

    Clear-Aligners are an exciting new, invisible, easy to wear. comfortable, and
    above all affordable orthodontic system. The system is used in hundreds of clinics in the KSA, India,
    Jordan, UAE, Lebanon, Oman Qatar, Kuwait, Syria, Egypt and across Middle East. Its popularity is
    growing at an incredible rate. All you have to do is wear a series of clear wafer thin transparent
    removable aligners, which gently guide your teeth from their present to the desired position No-one will
    ever know you are wearing braces!! We pride ourselves on being a very caring and professional company.
    We are dedicated to providing a high quality product and service to every patient. We will do everything
    we can to ensure that you get that beautiful smile you always desired.

    Aligners - for Tooth Correction Advantages

  • Aligners correct malocclusion without going through treatment with metal brackets and wires.
  • Aligners are comfortable when compared to the use of brackets and wires.
  • Hardly any one can notice you are going through orthodontic treatment.
  • Hygienic way to correct malocclusion as it doesn't hinder in the normal oral healthcare
    procedures and doesn't let food particles get around the appliance.
  • Easily removable, allowing you to enjoy existing eating habits without having to modify them.
  • Clear-Aligners are designed to FIT in your lifestyle and not CHANGE your lifestyle.

  • Who does it work for?

    Clear-Aligners is a system of that can treat young teenagers as well
    as adults in their sixties alike. The system has been designed to be flexible to suit individual
    patient requirements and priorities.

    Aligners can treat:

  • Crowding - teeth are too close together
  • Spacing - gaps between teeth
  • Overbite - teeth overlap too much vertically
  • Overjet - upper front teeth stick out and protruded
  • Underbite - lower teeth extend past the upper front teeth
  • Crossbite - upper and lower teeth bite on the wrong side of each other
  • Open Bite - your teeth do not meet when you bite
  • Misplaced midline - center lines of upper and lower teeth don't align

  • So why are Clear-Aligners so important? Why do I need it?

    Never underestimate the power of a nice smile. A nice smile is not only
    beautiful, it also promotes good health. The social benefits of a beautiful smile are also
    important. Lets face it we all love beautiful smiles. They do light up the face and
    give you more:

  • Confidence- in job interviews, public speaking and personal relationships.
  • Clearer speech - teeth play an important role in your ability to speak.

  • Our system allows the dental practitioner and you to keep a track of how your treatment is
    progressing. Your dental practitioner can MONITOR your treatment progress and the ability
    to change direction at any stage. This treatment offers flexibility and is unique to each case,


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    What does it take to be successful in today's world? I could be skill. Well,
    it could also be lots of talent. Or is it being immensely resourceful?

    For an answer try standing in front of the mirror. Can you see it? Yes,
    the answer is confidence and the right face value.

    Times have changed and there's a lot of premium being attached to
    looking your very best. But then, is it possible to keep on looking good? Is it really
    possible to stop time from ravaging your appearance? Well, yes. Medical science now comes
    to our rescue. To find out how, just read on.

    What are wrinkles?

    Looking good does not last forever Unfortunately, time can play spoilsport.
    For many the first line, the first tension crease on the forehead may just leave a mark of worry. This is
    where the word 'wrinkle' comes into play. Technically, wrinkle is the thin, creased and sagging skin that is
    especially noticeable on the face, neck and hands.

    What causes wrinkles?

    Wrinkles are certainly not lines one is born with. Over time, the increased muscle
    activity, exposure to the sun, wind etc. cause these undesirable lines. Most of us do not realize that
    wrinkles are being formed on our face over time, due to continuous muscle activity which results in
    muscle contraction These get more pronounced when we use facial expressions and eventually they become
    permanent features of our face, whether we like it or not.

    There are 4 most commonly seen wrinkles on the face.

  • Forehead Lines: These are horizontal lines which appear on the forehead and become more
    pronounced when one raises eyebrows.
  • Frown Lines: As the name suggests, these lines form between eyes and appear prominent
    when one frowns.
  • Crows Feet: Their shape distinctly reminds you of the feet of a crow and these lines
    are found around the eyes. They become pronounced when one smiles.
  • Bunny Lines: These are lines formed on the nose which become dominant when one
    scrunches, making the nose resemble that of a rabbit.

  • What are the common treatment for Wrinkle?

    There are various solutions in the market which promise
    to fight wrinkles. But then it's not the numbers but the effectiveness of each
    solution that counts. People have been using various anti- wrinkle solutions but
    are mostly left dissatisfied by their tall claims. What most people fail to
    understand is that wrinkles can only be removed if the applied solution either
    works on contracted muscles which cause wrinkles or expands the volume of the
    skin. Creams work on just the upper surface of the skin.

    What are these solutions?

    There are few solutions. To name a few, these are collagen,
    dermal filler and protein complex. Collagen is a traditional treatment for wrinkles,
    an injection to fill soft tissues which smoothens the creases. This is usually safe
    but not for those (2 out of 100 users) who are allergic to collagen injections.
    Derma fillers restore volume and fullness to the skin, in places where it is
    injected. The main complaint against it is pain during the treatment. Moreover,
    these do not work on dynamic wrinkles, 1,e. wrinkles which become
    apparent when one makes expressions. BOTOX, the protein complex, works
    well for dynamic wrinkles. The doctor is the best judge to decide the
    suitable treatment, based on one's condition. It's always advisable to
    consult the doctor before embarking on these treatments.

    What is BOTOX®?

    BOTOX® is the most popular wrinkle reduction
    treatment. It is a natural, Botulinum Toxin Type A BOTOX purified protein that
    Purified Neurontin Comples 00 UNIT relaxes the wrinkle causing muscles, creating
    a smoothened rejuvenated 100 and more youthful appearance. It's a simple non-surgical
    procedure that smoothens the deep persistent facial lines which develop over time.
    BOTOX is the only botulinum toxin in the world registered for the treatment of frown
    lines and approved by the US FDA. It has been widely tested with over 15 years of
    safe and effective use in millions of patients worldwide.

    How does BOTOX work?

    It is simple! PHOTOS related the tiny facial muscles that
    cause expression lines, leaving the overlying skin smooth and wrinkled. Once
    the muscle is relaxed, one cannot contract it. Thus the line gradually smoothens
    out from disuse and new creases are prevented from forming. Simply
    translated it means, one has a face that looks a lot younger and fresh.

    Does BOTOX® act on a specific part of the face or does it act on other parts too?

    That's the beauty of BOTOX®. It works on that particular area
    for which treatment is sought. For instance, it does not affect the other
    muscle responsible to raise the eyebrows, and so natural expression
    is maintained. It will not freeze facial expressions. It softens them and
    works only where one wants it to.

    Are there any side effects of BOTOX?

    BOTOX is approved by US FDA for cosmetic use, thereby declaring it a
    safe product. There is no report of serious allergic reaction or other significant side
    effects, except for minor side effects such as bruising. BOTOX® has been in use for over
    15 years and its safety in long-term use has been well established.

    How much time does the BOTOX therapy take?

    Ten minutes. Yes, that's all it takes to get treated with
    BOTOX. That is how it is known as a 'lunch-time procedure'. Just a few tiny injections
    relax the muscles that cause age related lines to form. The muscles are kept relaxed
    for 4-6 months. In the process, one gets a new younger look.

    Is it painful to undertake BOTOX® therapy?

    Most clients describe it as an ant-bite sting for a few seconds.
    The client goes through none of the discomfort they perceive. The doctor determines
    where to use BOTOX®, to achieve best results.

    How long does the BOTOX® effect last?

    As every patient is different from the other, it depends
    entirely on the individual, but a single treatment of BOTOX® will normally last
    for approximately 4-6 months and eventually there is a gradual fading of its effects.
    At this point, it's advisable to return to the doctor to continue treatment

    How long does it take to see the results?

    It is wrong to think that BOTOX® takes a long time to start
    working. The results are dramatic and apparent within a few days. After the injection,
    it takes 2-3 days for BOTOX® to begin taking effect and around 10-15 days to see the
    full effect.

    Can one return to regular activities after the BOTOX® treatment?

    Of course one can. Infact, the treatment is so easy and
    convenient that people can take it during a lunch break and return to work almost
    immediately. No wonder it's known as the 'lunch time procedure', as this is the norm.

    Will the lines look worse if one chooses to discontinue the treatment?

    No. Lines gradually revert to their pre-treatment
    appearance. However, this may take 6 to 12 months from the time one stop
    BOTOX treatment.

    Can men also use BOTOX ?

    BOTOX is equally effective on men and women. Over 220,000
    BOTOX procedures were performed on men in United States in 2004, making it the
    leading cosmetic treatment for men.

    Is BOTOX® only for celebrities?

    Contrary to popular belief, BOTOX is most widely used by
    people like you and me and not necessarily only by celebrities.

    Is BOTOX® expensive?

    When considering one's facial enhancement options, BOTOX is
    quite affordable. Many people are surprised at the relative cost compared to other
    appearance related investments such as facial, hair coloring and wrinkle creams.
    As one patient reported: "BOTOX® is surprisingly affordable around the same as a
    few facials or visits to the hair colorist".