Protect Your Child’s Teeth You brush your teeth twice a day, floss regularly, and visit the dentist every six months, but did you know that rinsing with fluoride — a mineral that helps prevent cavities and tooth decay — also helps keep your teeth healthy and strong?
One of the reasons that every patient whether the child or adults have fear to go to the dentist is the sight, sound, or feeling of dental instruments. This fear can cause children or adults to dread oral surgery, simple cleanups, or dental visits altogether. At Aswini Dental, we believe in making your dental experience as fear-free and as pain-free as possible, offering the latest technologies in dental care helps to minimize pain sometimes felt during traditional dental procedures.
For certain dental procedures that may be painful or require surgical incisions, laser dentistry, which utilizes light energy to destroy or mold tissues and teeth, may be used as a treatment alternative, providing a quick, safe and effective way to help with relieving tongue tie, lip tie thereby solving the speech issues, gum surgeries etc.
An excellent way to replace a missing tooth or teeth The Problem :
Dental implants are an ideal replacement for your missing teeth. Implants are made of very biocompatible of bio-inert materials which when used doesn’t pose any harmful reactions. Implants provide a strong foundation for fixed or removable replacement of your teeth, which are made to match your natural teeth. Dental implants can be used for a single missing tooth, multiple missing teeth in the jaw. For individuals with complete edentulous jaws all on 4 and all on 6 implants with a full set of teeth can be fabricated. We at Aswini dental, a team of implantologists will diagnose your concern and provides you a complete treatment option with Advanced High-Quality Implants.
A major benefit of receiving orthodontic treatment in childhood is that it’s possible to take full advantage of a youngster’s own natural growth process to treat or even prevent malocclusions (“bad bites”)
Some of these devices are fixed in the mouth (like braces), and can’t be taken out at home; others are more like retainers and can be removed as recommended. But in general, all functional appliances have a few things in common. Instead of acting primarily on the teeth, they work by re-positioning the mandible (lower jaw) in a way that helps the bite develop in a better orientation; depending on what type of correction is needed, a particular type of appliance may be recommended. Also, these appliances are most effective when used while the jaw is still developing – in other words, around the time of puberty in children, before growth is complete. However, some can be used in adults as well.
The use of functional appliances is a key feature of interceptive orthodontics. In this treatment method, we take advantage of the body’s natural growth patterns to guide the development of the jaws in a more favorable way.
Jaw Shaping helps in minimizing the time for which the child will have to wear braces.
Generally, bleaching is successful in at least 90 percent of patients, though it may not be an option for everyone. Consider tooth bleaching if your teeth are darkened from age, coffee, tea or smoking. Teeth darkened with the color of yellow, brown or orange respond better to lightening.
Other types of gray stains caused by fluorosis, smoking or tetracycline are lightened, but results are not as dramatic. If you have very sensitive teeth, periodontal disease, or teeth with worn enamel, your dentist may discourage bleaching.