IVORY DENTAL CLINIC

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New Delhi ,INDIA 110016

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Fissure Sealants


Decay frequently commences in the irregular fissures on the biting surfaces of the teeth, especially the molars. These fissures are difficult to clean thoroughly - a toothbrush bristle does not penetrate to the bottom of the fissure. Apart from cleaning the teeth and apply fluoride, some dentists believe that these fissures can and should be sealed off from bacterial infection by the application of special resins called
PIT and FISSURE SEALANTS.

This resin like material is made to flow into the crevices of the biting surfaces where they are hardened by the chemical action or a special light. Usually at least the four first molars are so treated. This procedure does not give an excuse to avoid flouride application on all the teeth. Again in our view, fissure sealants are rarely necessary as a routine and add to the cost of prevention without a commensurate benefit. But your dentist must advise you. His results may be better than ours, and fissure sealants are being improved all the time.

Fluoride 
Fluoride application is used as a preventive measure to prevent dental decay/caries .
It is applied in the form of varnish or gel.

 

Orthodontic treatment

Growth modification appliances or funtional treatment is used to modify the growth of childs jaws and prevent the malalignment of jaws as well as improve the facial profile

 Space maintainers if milk teeth are lost, before time of falling, to preserve space.

 Filling of carious milk teeth.

 

TIPS FOR PATIENTS

Dental decay (caries) and periodontal (gum) disease are among the most common diseases afflicting mankind, especially in the so-called advanced nations. The higher the standard of living, the more likely it is for tooth loss to occur.  As has been shown already, both dental caries and periodontal disease are the result of bacterial action, in the plaque, which collects on the teeth and gums.
If it is possible to cleanse the mouth completely of the bacterial plaque and maintain it that way, there would be low incidence of tooth decay or any other gum problems.

BRUSHING TEETH

The tooth has five surfaces - front, back, the two sides and the chewing surface. Brush the top and bottom teeth separately. Most dentists agree that the bristle tips should be applied at 45 degrees to the gum area just above where the teeth emerge and should concentrate on the gum margins (where most people miss). The bristles are moved back and forth with a gentle circular scrubbing motion and short strokes. Do not forget the teeth right at the back of the mouth and also the inside surface of the teeth. Finally brush all the biting surfaces. It often takes three or four visits to teach someone to brush effectively!

DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental implants are artificial tooth replacements that are used to counter tooth loss. The procedure is categorized as a form of prosthetic (artificial replacement) dentistry, though it also falls into the category of cosmetic dentistry as well.

Although you have a number of restorative options for the treatment of missing teeth, none have proven to be as functionally effective and durable as implants. In many cases, dental implants may be the only logical choice for the restoration of all necessary functionality of the teeth and supporting structures.