Our primary focus is to keep your smile hearty and lively in all possible ways. When you visit us for your routine check-up, we also monitor the signs of weak enamel and tooth decay in order to cure cavities early on before they aggravate and require major treatments.

  • Fillings

    Composed of different layers, out of which some of them are stronger than others, a tooth withstands a lot of dental issues throughout our lives. Due to different layers, the filling that your teeth might need highly depend on the area affected.
    Our restorations offered do not contain any metal elements and are conventional. We provide safer white fillings that merge with your tooth framework with less modification as compared to metal fillings. Moreover, they are absolutely devoid of mercury.

  • Classification of Fillings

    A sturdy restoration is required to fulfil the eating demands of an individual as we tend to chew a thousand times each day. The filling which we decide is depended on your tooth. We provide,

    • Plastic White Fillings —

      A petite area which is compromised on the exterior of your teeth can be repaired with plastic white fillings.

    • Porcelain Fillings —

      Once the decay starts expanding profusely in the other layers of the teeth, it needs a tougher filling to restore it. Porcelain fillings are the best to fit in the area considering the shape of your tooth. We can customise your porcelain filling with the help of CEREC technology

    • Hybrid Fillings —

      Damaged teeth, in this case, is repaired with a fusion of resin, plastic and porcelain materials that offer efficiency and right solution.

  • Signs of Tooth Decay

    If you have cavities, you are most likely to suffer the following symptoms,

  • Pain or toothaches
  • Discomfort while eating
  • Sharp or rough edges
  • Floss catching between teeth
  • Food packing in a certain area
  • Discolouration
  • Sweet sensitivity

It is a myth that all types of cavities hurt. Well, it’s not true. We suggest planning a routine check-up at least twice a year to identify tooth decay.

  • Feeling anxious for your first time?

    We can understand that a first timer may feel nervous and anxious, but that is completely fine and normal. However, one should remember that overthinking about the treatment will only allow the decaying to expand. In order to achieve successful treatment, we give different types of sedation that makes the affected area numb.

  • Does My Child Need a Filling?

    Cavities spread quickly in the baby teeth. As a child’s smile is pivotal in building up the patterns of adult teeth, it becomes essential to treat tooth decay before premature tooth loss occurs. If not treated on time, it makes way for complicated orthodontic issues.