Dental treatments

At the heart of Joys Dental Clinic’s practice is our commitment to promote the importance of dental health to one’s well-being & quality of life and providing quality dental services.

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  • Complete Dentures

    What are Complete Dentures? Dentures are removable replacements for missing upper and lower teeth. Advantages GOOD AS NEW. Dentures are a practical way to replace teeth that have fallen off. Chewing ability is improved Provides support for the lips and cheeks Corrects the collapsed appearance that occurs after losing teeth. We also provide cad cam dentures which is the most advanced of its type in the world

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  • Cosmetic Tooth Bonding

    What is Cosmetic Bonding? Tooth bonding or dental bonding aims to create a natural-looking restoration of a patient’s tooth. This technique is the most affordable and conservative treatment that can be done to restore or achieve a natural ideal smile. When should you consider dental bonding? to fix teeth gaps to replace or repair decaying tooth

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  • Crown Lengthening

    What is Crown Lengthening? SAY CHEESE. Crown lengthening exposes more of your natural tooth by reshaping your gums. Crown lengthening is a surgical procedure that exposes more of the natural tooth structure by removing or reshaping some of the gum or bone surrounding the tooth involved. It is a procedure done to correct or improve your smile.we use lasers to do the crown lengthening procedure.we are the pioneers of laser dentistry.

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  • Debridement

    What is Debridement? A “debridement” is a procedure for removing thick or dense deposits on the teeth. It is required when deposits of plaque and calculus are too heavy to allow for an adequate exam by a dentist. Indication heavy deposits of plaque and calculus individuals with gum problems due to poor oral hygiene.

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  • Deep Scaling

    What is Deep Scaling and Root Planing? Deep scaling or root planing is the process of cleaning the places between the gums and the teeth, thus, eliminating the disease-causing bacteria in it. Essentially, the dentist will remove the tartar and plaque from gum pockets, promoting healing of the gums.

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  • Dental Crowns (Jacket Crown)

    What is a Dental Crown? A dental crown is a possible treatment option for a badly broken down or damaged tooth. The best way to save a person’s few remaining teeth is to place a dental crown. It can also be used to restore a previously treated tooth or cover a dental implant. Dental Implants What are Dental Implants? A dental implant is a small screw made of titanium, which acts as the artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw. A dental implant can replace a single missing tooth by utilizing a crown or it can replace several missing teeth as in an implant-supported bridge.

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  • Dental Inlays and Onlays

    What are Dental Inlays and Onlays? Inlays and onlays can be used as a replacement for traditional dental fillings to treat teeth. As opposed to fillings, inlays and onlays are fabricated in a lab and then fitted to the tooth.

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  • Dental Onlays

    What is Dental Onlay? Inlays and onlays are also known indirect fillings, these are a conservative alternative to full coverage dental crowns. These types of tooth restorations offer a well-fitting, stronger, longer lasting and reparative solution to tooth decay or severely damaged teeth.

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  • Dental Regeneration

    What is Dental regenaration Dental regeneration is a procedure that recreates a lost bone and tissue supporting your teeth and can also reverse some of the damages caused by periodontal disease.

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  • Dental Veneers

    What are Dental Veneers? A smile transformation is one of the most popular dental service wanted by many, and one of the most efficient procedures for this cause are dental veneers (also called porcelain veneers). Dental veneers are thin layers of material that are placed over a tooth, producing a set of natural-looking teeth.

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  • Fixed Bridges

    What is Fixed Bridges? BRIDGING GAPS. A fixed bridge helps fill in gaps caused by missing teeth. A fixed bridge is a dental crown composed of multiple, attached units. It is called a fixed bridge because it provides a tooth-like bridge hanging over the area of the missing tooth, which are connected by dental crowns.

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  • Fluoride Treatment

    DAILY SOURCE. Toothpastes are daily sources of fluoride. Prevent tooth decay by strengthening your teeth with fluoride. Our teeth loses minerals everyday when acids produced by plaque and sugars in our mouth attack the enamel layers of our teeth. This process is called demineralization. When demineralization occurs, our teeth weakens and makes it more prone for decay.

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  • Gingivectomy

    What is Gingivectomy Is a periodontal procedure wherein the dentist will remove diseased or excess gums and reshape the gum to become more aesthetically acceptable and free from diseases. Indication Deep pocketing of the gums Gum enlargement Candidates Patients with gum disease like severe gingivitis or periodontitis Medically compromised individuals like patients taking nystatin.

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  • Glass Ionomer Fillings

    What is Gingivectomy Is a periodontal procedure wherein the dentist will remove diseased or excess gums and reshape the gum to become more aesthetically acceptable and free from

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  • Invisalign

    What is Invisalign? Invisalign is a treatment that uses a series of clear plastic aligners or invisible braces to correct misaligned teeth. Some people prefer invisalign rather than the bulky appearance of traditional fixed braces. Indication It is indicated for patients who have gaps in between teeth, and misaligned or crooked teeth.

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  • Laser Teeth Whitening

    What is Laser Teeth Whitening? Teeth whitening is the process of using bleach or other chemicals to make the teeth look whiter. What is the difference between teeth whitening and teeth bleaching? Teeth whitening is restoring a tooth's surface color by removing dirt and debris.

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  • Light Cure Fillings

    What are Light Cure Fillings? Composite restorations, popularly known as light cure fillings or white fillings, are an innovation for more aesthetic materials to replace the conventional metal fillings. A composite restorative material is a tooth colored mixture of acrylic and glass used to restore decayed teeth and comes in various shades.

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  • Odontectomy

    What is Odontectomy? It is a procedure wherein the dentist will remove the tooth by separating and opening the gums, sometimes there is the necessity to remove bone around the tooth. This is especially common to third molar teeth due to the fact that most of the third molars are impacted (embedded under the jaw

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  • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

    What is Oral and Maxifacial Surgery? Oral and Maxillofacial surgery is the surgical treatment of the head, face, and neck. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons specialize in performing surgery on both soft and hard tissues of these regions, including the mouth, teeth, and jaws.

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  • Oral Prophylaxis

    Oral Prophylaxis is a procedure done for teeth cleaning. It removes tartar and plaque build-up from the surfaces of the teeth as well as those hidden in between and under the gums. The dentist uses an ultrasonic scaler, to remove the plaque and tartar.

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  • Oral Prophylaxis

    Oral Prophylaxis is a procedure done for teeth cleaning. It removes tartar and plaque build-up from the surfaces of the teeth as well as those hidden in between and under the gums. The dentist uses an ultrasonic scaler, to remove the plaque and tartar.

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  • Orthodontic Braces

    What are Orthodontic Braces? Orthodontic braces, commonly called teeth braces, are metal brackets and wires that are commonly used to correct the alignment of teeth and proper bite to improve oral health. Nowadays, ceramic braces for teeth can also be used.

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  • Pocket Depth Reduction

    Pocket Depth Reduction When supporting tissue and bone is destroyed, “pockets” form around the teeth. Your bone and gum tissue should fit snugly around your teeth like a turtleneck around your neck. When you have periodontal disease, this supporting tissue and bone is destroyed, forming “pockets” around the teeth.

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  • Removable Partial Dentures

    What is a Removable Partial Denture? A removable partial denture is a type of denture placed inside the mouth when some, not all, teeth are missing. The main purpose of removable partial denture is to fill in the spaces created by the missing teeth .

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  • Root Canal

    What is Root Canal? Root Canal Treatment, also known as Endodontic Treatment, is a procedure that allows a severely damaged tooth to be saved for future restoration and function. Root canal treatment is performed when the tooth decay or fracture of the tooth has already reached the pulp chamber. What is Silver Fillings (Amalgam)? Dental amalgam fillings are a mixture of metals such as mercury, silver, copper and tin and are the most common type of filling. Since this filling is colored silver and darkens over time, they are used to fill the back teeth. Like cast gold fillings, amalgam is strong and durable. At present silver fillings are not done at our centres.

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  • Simple Tooth Extraction

    What is Tooth Extraction? Dental extraction, commonly referred to as tooth extraction, is the removal of teeth from the tooth socket. It is the treatment of choice when the tooth is already beyond repair and is infected or when the tooth is extremely mobile due to periodontal disease.

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  • Soft Tissue Graft

    What is Soft Tissue Graft Periodontal procedures such as soft tissue grafts are available to stop further dental problems and gum recession, and/or to improve the esthetics of your gum line. Exposed tooth roots are the result of gum recession. Perhaps you wish to enhance your smile by covering one or more of these roots

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  • Take Home Teeth Whitening

    What is Take Home Teeth Whitening Take Home Teeth Whitening Systems involve filling a mouth guard-like tray with a gel whitening solution — which contains a peroxide-bleaching agent — and wearing the tray for a period of time, generally from a couple of hours a day to every day during the night.

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  • Temporary Fillings

    What is Temporary Filling? For fillings that require more than one appointment like gold cast fillings or indirect fillings such as inlays and onlays, a temporary filling is used to cover the tooth for the meantime. Temporary fillings are also used after a root canal to allow a tooth’s nerve to settle down before any permanent restorations are given.

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  • Tooth Contouring

    What is Tooth Contouring? Tooth contouring is a procedure wherein the tooth or teeth of the patient is restored with a resin (plastic) material called composite to reshape fractures, chip, with worn edges and a minor overlap to its normal form.

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  • Tooth Sealants

    What are Tooth Sealants? Tooth sealants are tooth-colored fillings placed inside the grooves of chewing teeth. The sealants block the pits and grooves of the tooth, blocking the entrance of bacteria.