General Dental Treatments

Cosmetic Dentistry is a field of dentistry, in which a cosmetic dentist uses a combination of several procedures to give a perfect smile. We specialize in procedures like Teeth in an hour and Perfect Smile that are tailor made for individual teeth.

Root Canal Treatment

Root Canal Therapy (RCT) is performed on a tooth with soft tissue decay and it  protects the tooth from further decay. A Dental cap is recommended post Root Canal treatment.

Partha Dental Hospital / Clinic have a team of Doctors who have been trained to be experts in advanced/modern Root canal therapy. New methods like machine driven rotary technology and magnification methods have enabled Root Canal specialists at Partha Dental Hospital / Clinic to routinely perform painless Root Canal Treatments for thousands of patients.

Root Canal Treatment or  RCT?

A root canal treatment is a very common  dental treatment for repairing damaged and diseased root canal inside a tooth. This RCT  dental treatment aims to  repair tooth by fighting  infections within the soft, dental pulp and/or on the tooth.  A dentist will essentially remove the infected or inflamed pulp from a tooth and clean the canals, filling them with a replacement agent that works to prevent further infection and then seal the tooth with filling agent and laser.

Is a Root Canal Treatment a painful procedure?

In this day and age, with a range of high tech technology and anaesthesias available, no dental treatment is as painful as before. An experienced clinic with  a range of anaesthetics and pain-relieving agents often make this as painful as a pin prick only!

Most of the times the patients  do not feel any pain during a root canal treatment, which means the procedure can be pain-free. At Partha Dental, we make sure you’re as comfortable as possible throughout the whole procedure with minimum discomfort.

Why Would I Need a Root Canal Treatment at all?

Root canals are needed when the dental pulp or root canal of a tooth becomes infected or decayed beyond repair and this is established after a tooth x-ray. As a result, the tooth can also die off, leaving the entire jaw line in a weakened state. This usually occurs when teeth are not kept clean and bacteria in the mouth gets into the tooth and infects the pulp or cavities are left untreated.

How Will I Know If I Really Need a Root Canal Treatment or RCT?

A dentist is the only person who can truly advise you about whether or not a root canal is needed to save a tooth. Although each patient is different, some generic symptoms that require RCT are as  follows. These symptoms show that the tooth pulp is diseased, these are / include the following:

•       Continuous pain in the teeth, gums or jaw

•       Over-sensitivity to hot or cold foods and drinks

•       Loose tooth and/or swollen or inflamed gums

•       Evidence of pus around the teeth or gums

If you experience any of these symptoms, you should book an appointment with Partha Dental immediately for an RCT as the more you delay , the more you will pay to save the tooth and the more extended will be the procedure.

Root Canal Therapy (RCT) is performed on a tooth with soft tissue decay and it protects the tooth from further decay. A Dental cap is recommended post Root Canal treatment.

Partha Dental Hospital / Clinic have a team of Doctors who have been trained to be experts in advanced/modern Root canal therapy. New methods like machine driven rotary technology and magnification methods have enabled Root Canal specialists at Partha Dental Hospital / Clinic to routinely perform painless Root Canal Treatments for thousands of patients.

Partha Dental Hospital/ Clinic can be credited with adopting Dental lasers that are now being used routinely by Root Canal Specialists at Partha Dental even in posterior teeth RCT and the results have been excellent.

Dental Crown & Bridge

Dental crowns restore the anatomy of the tooth, restore tooth functions and aesthetics. Dental Crowns can be used for replacement of both fixed teeth and missing teeth. Dental crowns or caps are available as Metal ceramic or the latest Zirconium Crowns. The life of the Zirconium crown / teeth is long lasting and permanent. Patients at Partha Dental Clinic /Hospital get to choose from a number of grades of Metal Ceramic and zirconium crowns and bridges.

Moreover, Partha Dental Clinic / Hospital have their own Laboratory with the latest CAD Cam Technology to manufacture the crowns and do not depend on out-sourced help. Thereby they have ensured that the quality of work and aesthetics are of the highest standards.

Dental Caries / Decay / Cavities

Cavities also known as tooth decay or cavity (Black Hole) is a bacterial infection which causes destruction of the hard tissues of the teeth like the enamel, dentin and soft tissues like tooth pulp.

Dental Cavities is one of the most commonly seen diseases in children and adults alike. The symptoms of tooth cavities are toothache/pain, bad breath and Foul taste and if untreated has the potential to spread and infect surrounding teeth and tissue too. On the other hand conditions like reduced salivary flow rate is also associated with increased caries.

This is very common, as many people inherit tooth problems that have been passed down from generation to generation but by taking good care of their teeth from childhood itself , they overcome any such problems !

  1. Adults who suffer from a dry mouth are more at risk for cavities, as they have a lack of saliva in their mouth. Dry mouth is very common disorder that can be caused by hormonal imbalance , mouth disease or even as a side effect of some medications, illness, and radiation treatment. Tobacco users will also suffer from dry mouth, as the tobacco will use up the saliva in the mouth and leave the user with nothing to keep his or her mouth moist. This causes them to develop cavities and tooth decay .
  2. Cavities are a very serious situation, and if left untreated, can result in the destruction of the tooth. This can also destroy the nerves as well, resulting in an abscess. An abscess is very serious, as it infects the root tip. If left untreated, an abscess can result in a heart ache as what happened with a man in UK last year .
  3. Although you may not realize it, cavities are a very serious matter that can quickly spread to something even more serious if not checked and treated.
  4. If you notice a color change or a blackened area in your tooth, you should make an appointment with the best dentist in your city immediately as it might be the beginning of tooth decay.

Cavities will more than likely develop in the pits of chewing areas around the back teeth, between your teeth, or near the gum line. No matter where they occur, the easiest way to spot them is to visit your dentist. Your dentist will be able to do x-rays and find out just how bad they are and tell you what options you have. If you visit him in time, he will be able to save the tooth and stop the cavity before it spreads throughout your tooth.

Beware cavities are indeed dark holes to pain and decay , prevent them !

Partha Dental Hospital/ Clinic can be credited with adopting Dental lasers that are now being used routinely by Root Canal Specialists at Partha Dental even in posterior teeth RCT and the results have been excellent.

Partha Dental Group of Hospitals and Clinic are endowed with two of the greatest assets in any medical field – great doctors and best-in-line equipment.

Dental Scaling / Prophylaxis / Cleaning

Dental Prophylaxis or Scaling or cleaning is generally the term used by dentists for cleaning the teeth. The reason is that small particles of food we eat get lodged in the gaps between the teeth and between the teeth and the gums and tend to remain there in spite of brushing your teeth. Staining / Discoloration / Change in the color of teeth/ yellowish teeth / bleeding gums is also a common complaint that Dentists deal with routinely. The process of cleaning / Scaling / Dental Prophylaxis is at times followed up with the procedure of Polishing of Teeth when your dentist removes the stains on your teeth. The end result is that your mouth gets a fresh feeling and the polishing of your teeth ensures that your smile gets even more radiant/Sparkling than ever.

Dental Fillings / Restoration

A Dental filling involves the use of Dental restorative materials like Zinc Oxide – Eugenol, Amalgam / Metal, Cement, Glass Ionomer Cement (GIC) and the Composite Filling and bondings.

Dental filling differs from person to person and from different material as per patient’s choice.

Dental Extractions

Extraction or removal of teeth becomes necessary when it can no longer be restored because of Dental trauma, Tooth Decay or Periodontal disease. Sometimes Wisdom teeth that are impacted also needs to be extracted. A Local anaesthetics is used to ease the pain during the procedure.

At Partha Dental, we have been successful in handling thousands of cases of complicated extraction procedures and have established ourselves as one of the best teams in this specialty in dentistry.

Bad Breath and Halitosis

Bad Breath and Halitosis is a very common condition or symptom in which a noticeably unpleasant odor is present in exhaled breath. Bad breath has many causes like dental caries accumulation of food lodgment, poor oral hygiene, prophylaxis, dental plaque, calculus, debris and other systemic diseases. At Partha dental we help you overcome this all. Treatment for bad breath depends on the cause. In some cases, improving daily oral hygiene habits like daily brushing and flossing more vigorously, for example – is all that needs to be done. However, if the problem does not go even with that and there is some issue with your teeth or gums, you may need to see a dentist.

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Getting your teeth professionally cleaned and removing plaque can solve bad breath issues. Dentists can provide any necessary dental treatment, such as a filling if there is tooth decay where food gets caught and causes bad breath. They can also advise you on things you can do yourself at home, like use toothpastes or mouthwashes designed to kill bacteria in the mouth.

If you have had your mouth checked by a dentist and find you still have persistent bad breath, see your doctor. Depending on the suspected cause, they may refer you to a specialist who can further investigate the issue.

How to prevent bad breath?

There are some simple things you can do to help prevent bad breath and be free from this embarrassment.

Brush your teeth and tongue thoroughly at least twice a day, using good quality toothbrush and a fluoride-containing toothpaste, paying particular attention to the areas at the back of your mouth and gums. This prevents plaque building up and removes the tiny food particles that would otherwise collect in the mouth and start to smell.

Clean between your teeth at least once a day, using dental floss or a small interdental brush (available from chemists and supermarkets). This helps remove plaque from places where your toothbrush can’t reach. You can also use a tongue scraper to clean the back of the tongue.

If you wear dentures or other dental appliances, make sure you clean these thoroughly every day.

Avoid eating too many sugary foods and drinks, which encourage bacterial growth in the mouth, and are also a cause of tooth erosion.

Stop your mouth from getting too dry by drinking plenty of water and chewing healthy foods like carrots and apples that encourage your saliva to flow.

See a dentist regularly to help prevent problems with your teeth and gums.

If you are a smoker, consider quitting. Not only does it make your breath smell bad, it also stains your teeth and makes you more likely to get gum disease.

Too much use of mouthwashes can stain your teeth and fillings and provide only temporary relief, so the best option is to keep the mouth clean and visit a good dentist like the one at Partha Dental to check out the reason and exact treatment for ending this embarrassing problem of bad breath.

Remember it is curable easily and will enhance your self-confidence while speaking to others. Do consult a dentist if you suffer from halitosis or bad breath.

Overall, Partha Dental Clinics can be considered one of the best in the country with expert doctors having the best Skill levels and latest technology with an unbeatable ambience and courtesy shown to all their patients. At Partha dental we help you overcome this all.

Night Guard

Night Guard or Mouth Guard is a device for the mouth that is used to protect the Teeth, arches, lips and gums. Night Guard is also used by dentists to treat Bruxism (Grinding of teeth) or TMD.

Partha Dental Clinic / Hospital have built a reputation for itself as a premium Centre for all types of Device placements in Dentistry.

The comforts and facilities that a Clinic /Hospital can offer a patient go a long way in reducing anxiety. Partha Dental Clinic / Hospital’s Ambience has been created carefully to put all patients at ease. The Staff of Partha Dental too have been trained to handle all patient related work and queries with a great degree of patience and empathy.

Mobility of Teeth / Loose Teeth

Tooth Mobility or Loose Teeth / moving teeth can be determined by careful examination of the teeth by a qualified and experienced dentist. The main causes for this condition are gum disease or periodontal diseases, dental abscesses, Bruxism or Dental Trauma or injury. The condition can appear at an early age and can also appear in all age groups.

Partha Dental is the best Dental Clinic / Hospital where we routinely perform treatments for this condition of Loose / Moving teeth. We have done so in millions of patients till date. At Partha Dental procedures are done by super specialists who have been specially trained for this job.

Sensitivity of Teeth

Sensitivity of teeth can be defined as a sharp ,dental pain, of a short duration, due to exposure to hot, cold or sweet or sour substance. The main causes of sensitivity in teeth are receding gums, periodontal disease and dental bleaching.

In this case, sensitivity apart from being tackled with treatment like laser de-sensitization, there is a need to take the patient through counseling which addresses issues like lifestyle management, dos and don’ts, prevention, diet advise and home care of teeth techniques etc.