Microdentistry / Root Canal Treatment / Re-Treatment / Cosmetic Dentistry


  • Microscope enhanced dentistry
  • Root canal treatment under microscope
  • Single sitting root canal treatment under microscope
  • Re-treatment of Failed root canal treatment under microscope
  • Ceramic (tooth colored) crowns/ caps
  • Replacement of missing teeth – Crown and Bridge
  • Implants
  • Teeth whitening under microscope
  • Teeth cleaning under microscope
  • Tooth colored fillings under microscope
  • Dental implants
  • Smile design
  • Cosmetic dentistry
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Tooth Jwellery
  • Microscope Enhanced Root canal treatment
  • Apexification
  • Perforation Repair
  • Broken Instrument Retrieval
  • Management of Tooth Resorption
  • Management of Traumatic Injuries
  • Periodontal Therapy
  • Oral Hygiene
  • Tooth Colored Fillings
  • Ceramic Fillings
  • LAVA crowns and Bridges
  • Ceramic Crowns and Bridges
  • Post and Cores
  • Restoration of Fractured tooth
  • Apicectomy – Removal of Cyst
  • Removable partial denture
  • Complete Denture
  • Cast partial Denture

  • Extractions
  • Removal of Wisdom tooth
  • Gum related treatment
  • Cyst removal

Orthodontic treatment –correction of mal-aligned teeth


RCT is one name that gives many patients shivers when told about it. However, in reality, it is not that bad. Infact, it is an instant pain reliever and the best treatment to retain the original teeth. A Root canal treated tooth serves its purpose and function just as a healthy tooth.

A root canal is a capillary, which runs from the base of the root of the tooth to the middle of the crown (the visible part of the tooth). The root canal carries the pulp (a network of blood and nerve cells), which brings the tooth to life.

The nerve of the tooth gets damaged due to many reasons. One of the main causes is cavity in the tooth that grows deeper and touches the nerve. Since the cavity is filled with bacteria, the root canal gets inflamed and causes pain. Other reasons that may damage the teeth are accidental cracks or infection from gums reaching to the base of roots. In such cases, root canal treatments can easily stabilise the position.

There are two ways to get relief from the pain: perform the root canal therapy, or pull the tooth, clean the gum below, and replace the tooth with a denture or bridge. We advise removing teeth as a last resort natural teeth are the ones best suited for the mouth.

It's important to have root canal therapy done quickly. The bacteria will travel down the canal to the root and into the jawbone. If this happens, the pain of your toothache will spread to your jaw. Even more important, the infection can cause your jawbone to deteriorate and weaken the structure that holds your teeth.

The best way to avoid root canals is to take good daily care of your teeth to prevent the growth and spread of bacteria. Brushing and flossing are important. Just as important are regular trips to the dentist, to check for the first sign of decay or cracks that could eventually lead to an infected tooth. In this case, an ounce of prevention really is worth a pound of cure!

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