Persona Dental Clinic Delhi, India is a specialized dental health provider which has an executive structure similar to that of a “dental hospital” with a holistic approach to treatment standardization in all areas of dental work.
We draw upon the talents of qualified dental specialists to offer patient oriented treatment at PERSONA DENTAL CLINIC DELHI, INDIAOur cosmetic dentist team of highly motivated dentists have achieved undergraduate, post-graduate in specialized fields from prominent and universities where they also lecture and train dental students.
Our friendly and service minds are comfortable bright setting endeavours to make your visit with us a wonderful and pleasant one. Come in and relax before your appointment for a few minutes and than get yourself a same day appointment.
Working under same roof as a saloon and plastic and cosmetic surgery clinic wee try and help you out with most of your aesthetic problems.
1. Dental Crowns
A crown, or full-coverage restoration (sometimes incorrectly called a cap) is a prosthetic tooth designed by a dentist and usually created by a lab technician (or more recently, a CAD-CAM machine). Crowns can be either metal, porcelain fused to metal (PFM), or all porcelain/ceramic. Metals can either be noble metals or base metals, noble metals having higher content of gold, platinum or palladium. Noble metals are typically more accurate when they are cast by the lab technician and offer a better bond with porcelain. Noble alloys in PFMs have a much lower incidence of allergic reactions as they do not contain nickel. All porcelain restorations can be made from feldspathic (traditional) porcelain, lithium disilicates, aluminous porcelains, or zirconia. All ceramic restorations typically are not as strong as those with metal substructures and can cause increased wear of the opposing teeth.
The tooth, on which crown is to be fixed is prepared by trimming under local anesthesia. Trimming or reducing the tooth size is necessary to accommodate the crown. Following this, mold or impression of the prepared tooth is taken. This mold is then sent to the lab for fabrication of the crown. A temporary crown, in the meanwhile, is fixed onto the trimmed or prepared tooth.
2. Dental Bridges
Bridges are fitted to stabilize the bite of the patients with missing tooth or teeth. Bridges also serve the purpose of preventing nearby teeth from moving or shifting inside the mouth. Missing tooth should be replaced promptly to avoid negative effect on surrounding teeth, maintain good oral health and retain natural shape of the mouth as well as smile. The teeth surrounding the missing tooth may become unstable in due course and require removal.
Unlike partial dentures which should be removed by the patient at a certain time regularly bridges are permanent fixtures and do not require removal. An artificial tooth is fixed in the place of missing tooth, which is connected in between the two crowns. The crowns are permanently bonded or cemented onto the adjacent teeth.
Bridges are used in place of missing teeth if surrounding teeth are strong enough and number of missing teeth is not much. Important factors taken into consideration before fixing a bridge include condition of surrounding teeth and state of supporting gums and bone.
Denture also called dental plates, is an artificial teeth set. The set is used in case of patients who have lost original teeth in the mandibular arch, maxillary arch or both. Condition of totally becoming toothless (edentulous) may occur due to Dentin genesis imperfect or other genetic disorders, severe malnutrition trauma or improper oral hygiene. Dentures allow the edentulous patient to have improved masticatory abilities or chewing ability, better aesthetic appeal due to illusion of natural teeth, and offers support to cheeks and lips and by fixing the shrunken appearance between the chin and the nose.
2(b). Removable Partial Dentures
Removable Pertial Detures are for patients who are missing only some of their teeth on a particular arch. Fixed partial dentures, better known as crowns and bridges, are also for patients missing only some of their teeth, but these are more expensive than removable appliances, and they are contraindicated in certain instances.
Conversely, complete dentures are worn in patients who are missing all their teeth in an arch (i.e the maxillary or mandibular arch).