In JP Dental Clinic, the most common oral surgery procedures we do are :
Tooth extractions are routine dental procedures performed at JP Dental Clinic to remove decayed, severely damaged tooth or the tooth which cannot be saved through any other alternative like filling or other restorative treatments in dentistry. Usually normal extractions are done under local anaesthesia and they may be replaced by dental implant or prosthesis like dental bridge.
Wisdom teeth removal
Wisdom teeth or Third molars are the last teeth to emerge between the age of 17 to 25. If wisdom teeth grow properly in alignment with the existing teeth, they can be left untreated. In majority situations, they can become stuck underneath gum line, resulting in “Impacted Wisdom Teeth”, leading to gum infection, severe pain, restricted opening of mouth and swelling.
Request an appointment with JP Dental Clinic Dentist or Oral surgeon for thorough examination and X-Ray evaluation if you believe you're in need wisdom teeth removal.
To improve fit of dentures
Our oral surgeon at JP Dental clinic, Koramangala will correct some irregularities in the gums and underlying bone to make sure the denture fit comfortably in your mouth by filling through bone grafts and corrective surgeries like alveoloplasty or alveolectomy.
If you have missing or heavily damaged teeth that need to be replaced, dental implants are the right solution for you. Dental implants are a secure and a lifelong solution to missing teeth.
A surgical grade titanium implant screw is used to replace the tooth root and is surgically placed in the jaw. The implant fuses with with jaw bone and serves as an anchor for a crown or other prosthesis. Then, an abutment is screwed into the implant and the prosthetic crown is attached either by a screw or dental cement to finish your permanent replacement tooth.
An implant looks and functions like a natural tooth. Dental implants are also used as a strong foundation for implant-retained or implant-supported dentures and bridges.
Restorative dentistry is often called as "Oral Rehabilitation", it involves the diagnosis, prevention and treatment to restore teeth that are decayed, chipped, cracked, discolored or even missing, Whether it's a filling, crown, implant or bridge, there are several options available depending on need. Restorative dentistry includes all the specialities that dentistry has to offer in an integrated inter-disciplinary approach to achieve optimum dental health, function and aesthetics for our patients.
The restoratives techniques often overlap with cosmetic dentistry procedures as modern restorations are designed to look and feel natural or improve one's existing appearance.
Our JP Dental clinic provides advanced restorative solutions using current advancements in ceramic and resin materials in restoring function and aesthetics.
Our restorative services are:
Pediatric dentistry is an speciality in dentistry mainly focussed on diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental health problems in children. We at JP Dental Clinic provide comprehensive care from preventive treatments like general cleanings and dental sealants to more complex procedures like fillings, RCT of milk teeth with stainless steel crowns.
The range of pediatric treatments we do are:
A Dental sealant is a thin, plastic coating applied to the chewing surface of molars, premolars and any deep grooves called pits and fissures of teeth. More than 75% of dental decay begins in these deep grooves. Teeth with these conditions are hard to clean and are very susceptible to decay. A sealant protects the tooth by sealing deep grooves, creating a smooth, easy to clean surface. Sealants can protect teeth from decay for many years, but need to be checked for wear and chipping at regular dental checkup
Who Should Get Sealants?
• Children and teenagers –
Because of the likelihood of developing decay in the depressions and grooves of the premolars and molars, children and teenagers are candidates for sealants. However, adults without decay or fillings in their molars can also benefit from sealants.
Typically, children should get sealants on their permanent molars and premolars as soon as these teeth come in. In this way, the sealants can protect the teeth through the cavity-prone years of ages 6 to 14. In some cases, dental sealants may also be appropriate for baby teeth, such as when a child's baby teeth have deep depressions and grooves. Because baby teeth play such an important role in holding the correct spacing for permanent teeth, it's important to keep these teeth healthy so they are not lost too early.
How Are Sealants Applied?
Applying sealant is a simple and painless process. It takes only a few minutes for your dentist to apply the sealant to seal each tooth. The application steps are as follows:
How Long Do Sealants Last?
Sealants can protect teeth from decay for up to 10 years, but they need to be checked for chipping or wearing at regular dental check-ups. Your dentist can replace sealants as necessary.