Dentistry is the branch of medicine that is involved in the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions of the oral cavity, maxillofacial area and the adjacent and associated structures and their impact on the human body.

Dental care is the maintenance of healthy teeth. It includes, and may refer to: Oral hygiene, the practice of keeping the mouth and teeth clean in order to prevent cavities (dental caries), gum disease, and other dental disorders. The professional care of teeth, including professional oral hygiene and dental surgery.

At the centre of Dentistry patients are treated with undivided attention. Every one seeking this service will be given a thorough examination followed by a clear explanation of the problem. The emphasis remains not only in treating dental diseases but also effectively make the patients smile without inhibition with the beautiful set of natural and artificial teeth. With a goal to serve the patient with the best dental care possible in the most comfortable settings, the treatment protocol is created keeping patients comfort, safety and health in mind.



  • Complete Denture
  • Over denture with ball attachments
  • Implant Supported Over denture
  • Implant supported fixed denture -u/c
  • Dental Implants
  • Root Canal Treatment with rotary files and thermo fill gentle percha
  • Post and lore – Metal and ceramic

Enda Dontics


Ortho Dontics (Straight wire Technique)

  • Metal Braces
  • Ceramic Braces
  • Lingual Braces

 Maxillo Facial Surgery

  • Extraction of Tooth
  • Complicated Tooth Extraction
  • Impaction Surgery
  • Orthognathic Surgery
  • Tranma to face with Fractures -Simple & Complex
  • Cyst Enucleation
  • Tumor Excision
  • Canlex Surgery to Upper / Lower Jaws
  • Cosmetic Surgery to Upper/Lower Jaws
  • TMJ Surgeries
  • Biopsy of Oral Cavity

  The periodontium simply means the tissue covering and supporting the tooth. The periodontium includes the gingiva, periodontal ligaments, root cementum, and the supporting alveolar bone. Infection is the most common cause affecting the periodontium. These infections are caused by the accumulation of hard deposits clinging to the teeth. The deposits are saturated with disease causing bacteria resulting in the infection of tissues, surrounding and supporting the teeth. The consequence of these infections ranges from simple bleeding gums to early loss of teeth. Some of the common treatment modalities carried out by the periodontists is:


  • Scaling and root planning
  • Curettage
  • Gum surgeries
  • Cosmetic gum surgeries
  • Alveolar bone Surgeries