Smile makeovers is the most dramatic, safest and permanent way of improving your smile and overall face structure. The effects of a smile makeover are seen way beyond teeth or the smile. It is the surest, easiest and quickest way to enhance your personality and self esteem. Cosmetic dentistry is much more than a smile makeover, it is a confidence makeover.
What can be corrected with cosmetic dentistry?
Gaps between teeth.
Teeth which are sticking out.
Yellow or discolored teeth.
Conditions where excess gums are visible while smiling – Gummy smiles.
Ugly and artificial looking dental crowns.
Other tooth defects such as fluorosis, tetracycline stains etc.
Worn out teeth.
Teeth which are disproportionate to the face (too big or too small) or with each other.
Almost any concern with the smile can be corrected. Email us your pictures and we would be happy to help you out.
Man has endeavored since centuries to find a more natural replacement for missing teeth. Today's contemporary, new age material has allowed that chase come to an end. Modern day's dental implant has become possible because these materials were combined with years of research. Clinical trials done on them have yielded positive results leading to this practice being seen as the most natural solution for missing teeth.
Single Tooth Replacement: Requires the placement of a single dental implant in the region of the missing tooth, followed by a crown (artificial tooth) over it.
Multiple Tooth Replacement: Depending upon the number of missing teeth, the same number or a fewer number of dental implants might be required. For example, the replacement of 3 teeth can be carried out using a 3 unit bridge placed over 2 implants.
Replacement of All Teeth: Replacement of all teeth can be carried out either by the placement of implant supported dentures or by the placement of multiple unit bridges placed over implants. The process involves placing highly advanced titanium deep into the bone where the tooth replacement is desired. This titanium device acts like a support for the crown or the 'artificial tooth'. As the implant material used is highly biocompatible, all dental implants at Maxident are placed under strict standards of hygiene and sterilization making dental implants a safe, comfortable and a permanent solution. At Maxident, we treat all our patients using the most advanced systems at the most competitive prices.
Instant Tooth Whitening
Your smile is important. It's one of the first things someone notices when they meet you. A whiter, ever brighter smile can instantly make you feel better and help making a memorable impression. However, sometimes lifestyle choices such as smoking, drinking tea, coffee, cola or red wine etc. and inevitable ageing process can result in stained and darkened teeth. Over the years medication and inadequate oral hygiene can also contribute to this problem. The change in this process is so gradual that you wouldn't even notice. We offer instant solutions to bring a surprise difference in your smile. We use the most globally advanced technology for whitening.
Instant results. Get brilliant white teeth in just 60 minutes!
Guaranteed results that last for 2 years or more
We pride ourselves as an expert in whitening, with more than 8500 smiles whitened till date
Non invasive. Whitening is a quick and routinely done superficial procedure .
Highly Cost Effective. You will find our whitening prices extremely competitive and we also offer special packages for multiple bookings.
Professionally performed by dentists who have received advanced training specifically for whitening.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Full mouth reconstruction (rehabilitation) is needed when the oral health is neglected for many years and simple dental problems compound to destroy the function, aesthetics and health of the entire mouth. As complex as it may sound, the technology available today allows patients restore their oral health and change their smile as it was in their prime years, or even better it. Multiple problems faced by such patients include loss or reduction of chewing ability, sensitivity of teeth, food lodgement, gum related issues, pain or discomfort and many more. The problems go beyond the mouth. Apart from the daily emotional trauma caused by these, it makes you feel older than what you are. In the right hands, such a situation can be reversed with ease and full mouth reconstruction would be the single most important step you can take to change your life. When we plan your case, many factors are taken into account like, your chief problem, associated problems, your expectations, desires, priorities, time constraints if any and your budget. After this, the treatment is executed in a meticulous and phase wise manner and is completed within one to two weeks. Full mouth reconstruction is one of the most demanding fields in dentistry and therefore expertise is paramount. We have experienced and globally trained and recognized specialists exclusively on our team for the hundreds of such cases that we do each year. We would be happy to provide you with their profile upon request.
Orthodontics, formerly orthodontia (from Greek orthos "straight or proper or perfect"; and odous "tooth") is the first specialty of dentistry that is concerned with the study and treatment of malocclusions (improper bites), which may be a result of tooth irregularity, disproportionate jaw relationships, or both. Orthodontic treatment can focus on dental displacement only, or can deal with the control and modification of facial growth. In the latter case it is better defined as "dentofacial orthopaedics". Orthodontic treatment can be carried out for purely aesthetic reasons with regards to improving the general appearance of patients' teeth. However, there are orthodontists who work on reconstructing the entire face rather than focusing exclusively on teeth.
The fact that you have reached this website shows that you are committed to healthy and beautiful smiles for kids. You may be a parent, a dental practitioner, dental hygienist or someone who would like to guide a kid about oral care.
As a parent you may have many questions so that you are able to take care of your child's teeth. Let me thank you for your efforts, and I assure you that your kids will be thankful to you in the future.
When should you start brushing?
You should start with cleaning your infant's teeth with a wet wash cloth, however as your kid gets more teeth, you can start to use a soft children's toothbrush.
Which toothpaste to use?
Your child may be at risk of too much fluoride intake, so your choice of toothpaste is essential. Most brands of kids' toothpaste are fluoridated, unless specified. So you have to coach your kid to not swallow the toothpaste. If using fluoridated toothpaste, use a small, pea-size amount of toothpaste, so that there is little danger for your child getting too much fluoride if he swallows it. The alternative off course is to use non-fluoridated toothpaste, until they are spitting the toothpaste out.
What about flossing?
Flossing is an important part of good oral hygiene. Your child should start flossing from the age of 3-4 years, but they likely won't be able to floss on their own, so your role will be to assist them. A floss holder can be handy.
Balancing the Fluoride intake?
Children begin to need supplemental fluoride by the age of six months. If your kid is drinking tap water and you live in an area with the water is fluoridated, then he should be getting an adequate amount of fluoride. If he doesn't drink water much, or is drinking well water, un-fluoridated bottled water or filtered water, then he may not be getting enough fluoride to keep his teeth healthy. Talk with your Pediatrician or Dentist about fluoride supplements.
Heard about Sealants?
A sealant is a plastic material that provides a protective coating to the teeth, thereby acts as a barrier against plaque and other harmful substances from being present in the grooves and pits of the teeth. Molars can be hard to clean and are prone to developing cavities, so sealants can do wonders.
When should your child visit a dentist?
American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry states that children should see a dentist when they get their first tooth and not later than 1 year of age. However the common practice is that one may not visit a dentist unless your child has risk factors for having problems with his teeth, such as sleeping with a cup or bottle, teeth staining, thumb sucking, etc. However, an early visit to the dentist is a good way to learn proper oral hygiene at an early age.