Dayal Dental - Clinical Services

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Clinical Services

Oral-Examination--Xrays This involves an elaborate and comprehensive assessment of oral cavity through thorough examination of the dental hard and soft tissues. Different gum diseases, tooth infection and oral manifestation of systemic diseases can be ruled out through x rays for which our staff is adequately equipped.

Teeth-Scaling-and-Planing Most of the oral ailments may be accredited to plaque and calcified deposits which pave the way for periodontal and gum diseases. Regular cleaning after a gap of 6-8 months lays the foundation of a clean and healthy mouth.

Fillings-1 Tooth structure may show signs of trauma like attrition, abrasion, erosion and caries which may require immediate attention. Through Laser fillings and other cosmetic fillings we restore the lost tooth structure, the restoration of which gives you the flawless smile you wish for.

Root-Canal-Treatment This treatment is indicated when a tooth decay or injury has infected or damaged the nerve tissues inside the tooth. The procedure is essentially a two staged process through which the dentist cleanses the interior of the tooth and seals off the treated area so that contaminates can't leak back in or out.

Crown A Crown helps to cover and provide strength to a damaged tooth. It also helps to improve the appearance of a discolored or malaligned tooth. A Bridge helps replace one or more missing teeth. The bridge is cemented on to the adjacent natural teeth or implants. Based on the Function, Appearance and Cost, Crowns can be grouped under three main categories.

Metal Crowns
These are indicated primarily in the posterior teeth where aesthetics is not the prime consideration. This helps cover and provide strength to damaged posteriors.
 Porcelain fused to Metal Crowns (PFM) can be considered a hybrid of two types of dental crowns, Metal and Porcelain. Their main advantages include greater strength and a more accurate fit than its all ceramic counterpart.

All Ceramic Crown
These crowns consist of a translucent material which is not only biocompatible with the gum tissues, but also provides the best possible aesthetics.
Teeth-Whitening-1 Universally valued by men and women alike, this is one really fast growing area of cosmetic dentistry. Anyone who opts for this line of treatment will see a substantial improvement in the brightness and whiteness of one's smile.

Our Oral healthcare professional will discuss what method is best for the individual's teeth. The degree of whiteness varies depending on the condition of the teeth, level of staining and the type of bleaching systems used.
This is the most popular cosmetic dental procedure in the world today. Within the In Office Bleaching , the whitening product is applied directly to the teeth which is activated by lasers. Dramatic results can be seen after one sitting. 
This procedure involves fabrication of a customized mouth guard like tray for the patient .The patient is advised to fill it with a whitening solution containing peroxide bleaching agent. The tray has to be worn for a period of time depending on the discoloration and desired level of whitening.
Smile makeover is an art wherein different cosmetic dental techniques are used to replicate the smile of your dreams. The techniques may employ one or more of the following to design your smile to perfection.
Tooth bleaching used to brighten and whiten your smile
Porcelain veneers wherein a part of the tooth is shaven off to which these are bonded. This helps in creating the shape, color and alignment of the teeth that you desire.
Lumineers are a more recent brand of porcelain veneers which may require no or minimal tooth reduction.
Invisalign or invisible braces as they are more commonly referred to can make your teeth straight and also give you a complete smile makeover
Veneers Dental Veneers help fashion dazzling white smiles with beautifully crafted teeth. Unattractive teeth can be caused by various reasons, but Restorations help overcome most issues such as tooth discoloration, cracks and chips on teeth, and the wear and tear that causes unevenness among the teeth.
Composite-Bonding This is a cosmetic dentistry technique which can do wonders to your smile. These can be used to treat minor chip, cracks discolorations, decay and crooked teeth. Composite Restorations are very similar to natural tooth enamel and therefore can be easily adjusted to match the color of the teeth. This is a more esthetic alternative to metal restorations.

Composite bonding is an adhesive dental restoration technique. It is used principally to restore or change the shape or color of the affected tooth. 

Oral Surgery is chiefly concerned with diagnosing, and through surgery and supplementary procedures treat diseases, injuries and defects of the maxillofacial area.
Tooth-Removal Tooth extraction is the most common among the Oral surgery procedures. Tooth removal may be necessary due to the following reasons:
Teeth cannot be restored/repaired due to excessive tooth decay, root fracture or injury
Deciduous or milk teeth, as they are commonly known as, that haven't yet fallen out block and therefore prevent the eruption of permanent teeth.
Orthodontic treatment is indicated.
Partially erupted, impacted or embedded teeth
The last set of teeth to grow is the Wisdom Teeth, which are also known as Third molars. In certain cases they get embedded between the jawbone and gum tissue, as a result of which they do not emerge fully from the gum line. Consequently, in such particular cases the gum tissue may be prone to infection, swelling and pain. Further, because of impacted Third Molars, adjoining teeth, gums and bone are also prone to damage, and the condition can lead to the creation of cysts and tumors. It is advised that embedded/impacted Third Molars be removed.
Dental-Implant These are specialized oral surgical procedures performed by our oral surgeons to replace missing teeth or provide stability to a new or existing denture. Depending on the implant placed, the technique may differ slightly.


The ADA defines this area of dentistry as "the dental specialty pertaining to the diagnosis, treatment planning, rehabilitation and maintenance of the oral function, comfort, appearance and health of patients with clinical conditions associated with missing or deficient teeth and/or oral and maxillofacial tissues using biocompatible substitutes."
Prosthodontic treatment offers a combination of esthetics, utility and durability. Prosthodontic Treatment includes:


Dental Implants are an advanced approach towards providing esthetic reconstructive procedures in partial or full edentulous patients. These procedures help achieve maximization of the structural and functional connection between the implant and the living bone.

Removable Partial Dentures
These are chiefly indicated in partially edentulous patients where there is lack of supporting tissues where the fixed dentures attach. They help in replacing the lost tooth/teeth and are much cheaper than the usually preferred fixed partial dentures.
Removable Complete Dentures
These are full mouth teeth replacements designed for edentulous patients. Complete Dentures help people who have lost all their teeth due to trauma or poor oral hygiene giving them better chewing abilities in addition to a much more esthetic appearance
Fixed Partial Dentures
These are designed for patients with one or more missing teeth. Fixed Partial Dentures, which are also commonly known as Dental Bridges, provide a more natural replacement in partially edentulous patients than the Removable Partial Dentures do.


 This dental specialty deals with the correction of malocclusions or improper bites which may be a result of tooth irregularity or disrupted jaw relationships. Orthodontic treatment can focus on dental displacements only or can deal with the control and modification of facial growth.

This branch of Dentistry aims at promoting dental health of children through proper preventive home care (brushing/flossing/fluorides), diet counseling, caries risk assessment and correction of any trauma, malalignment, oral habits, fracture, decayed teeth and any gum disease.
Our list of clinical services for child patients includes:
Though some Parents think that cosmetic dentistry is merely an optional aesthetic change, this line of dentistry actually goes a long way in giving an extra glow to your smiles. Traumatic tooth repair, Braces and aesthetic tooth colored fillings come under this category.
 Preventive Dentistry for Children
Preventive Dental Care includes regular dental check ups, correct nutrition, brushing and flossing the teeth, screening and assessing oral growth and development, application of pit and fissure sealants, guidance of erupting teeth and management of oral habits.
Behavior guidance is a science and an art, which combines scientific principles and skills in communication, compassion, coaching, open-mindedness, flexibility and active listening. Behavior management seeks to deliver quality care by infusing confidence and alleviating anxiety, thus helping develop a trusting relationship between the dentist, child and parent. This can go a long way in promoting the child's positive attitude towards oral healthcare.