Many times, when a dentist mentions dental surgery it is met with widespread panic and fear from their patients. The idea is that dental surgery is a painful and expensive procedure.
However, what many patients don’t realize is that dental surgery is very common and includes procedures that address conditions that many people have and suffer from. Each patient is different and every case is treated accordingly. For the most part, dental surgery is considered an outpatient procedure and patients can generally resume normal activity within a few days.
Before deciding whether or not you are a candidate for dental surgery, dentists refer their patients to an oral surgeon. This is who will assess the situation and your oral health to determine the best course of action.
In some cases, and depending on the severity of your condition, oral surgeons are able to recommend nonsurgical treatments. Adults and children are both at risk for oral health issues, although not all surgeries result from oral health conditions.
Dentistry has reached newer and much more developed dimensions. Following are the dental treatments in India :
• Dental Implants - Single tooth missing, Missing multiple teeth, All teeth missing
• Cosmetic Dentistry - Teeth Whitening, Porcelain Venners
• General Dentistry - Root Canal, Onlays and Inlays, Crown and Bridges, Dentures and out. Prosthetic, Applicances
• Paediatric Dentistry
• Minimally Invasive Dentistry
• Oral Surgery
Visiting India for a dental treatment is a perfect amalgamation of modern technology, expertise and personalized care being offered to you. You avail affordable and yet the best of services in dental care while proper hygiene levels being utmost importance. There have been some latest technological advancements in dentistry:
• Digital Orthopantamograph (OPG) - This digital X-ray technology is based on electronic sensors and computers which reduces the the exposure of the patient to radiation along with the costs.
• Digital Radiovisiography (RVG) - It is the latest X-ray technology in dentistry that enlarges the images of patient's teeth making the process easier and quicker.
• CAD/CAM - This technology comes up with various kinds of dental restorations in a quick manner, unlike the traditional methods.
• LASER Dentistry - This new branch of dentistry provides quick recovery with minimum pain and swelling during the treatment.