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Impacted Teeth

Impacted Teeth

The 3rd molar, which is also known as the “Wisdom Teeth” erupts between the age of 18 to 24. Due to lack of space behind the second molars, the 3rd molars can be completely blocked inside the bone or partially erupted. When it is partially erupted, the food can get...

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What is Root Canal Treatment?

What is Root Canal Treatment?

A single tooth consists of hard covering outside (enamel, dentin) and soft part inside (pulp). The pulp contains the nerve and blood vessels which keep the tooth alive. The soft part gets affected by decay, infection, trauma, wear and tear. We can save the tooth...

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Orthognathic Surgery

Orthognathic Surgery

An imbalance in the growth of jaws, during developmental period may cause excessive or stunted growth of the upper or lower jaw. Such gross difference in jaw size will lead to disturbance in chewing and appearance. Most of the time, patients get a feeling that their...

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Facial Fractures

Facial Fractures

Violence, Road Traffic Accidents or even an accidental fall can lead to minor or major fractures of jaw bones, at times getting displaced so much that it may need reduction and fixation in major hospital set-ups. Maxillofacial surgeons fix these fractured segments...

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Apicoectomy

Apicoectomy

Root Canal Treatment is performed to treat an infection in the canals of the tooth root and to increase its longevity. However, at times the infection spreads beyond its root apex and can cause destruction of the bone surrounding it. The infection remains in the bone...

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Cleft Lip and Palate

Cleft Lip and Palate

Many of our children are unfortunate to be born with a slit in their lip and palate. Such a defect may be noticed from birth and these defects can be closed by a series of surgeries, to restore function and also to achieve a normal appearance with minimal scarring....

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All on Four

All on Four

Due to gum disease, when you lose most of your teeth or at times all of them, your Dentist may suggest total extraction followed by a complete denture. When the bone loss is so severe, it is difficult to retain the dentures in place. It is always better to have a...

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Frenectomy

Frenectomy

At times, a thick band of muscle tissue that connects your lip or tongue to the floor of the mouth, may be seen connected way up to the tip of the tongue or lip, which may cause restriction of its movement and spacing between the teeth. Once the permanent teeth...

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