All the Services of Suman Dental Clinic

1. R.C.T./Cap/Bridge


If one or more of your teeth are affected by decay, chips, cracks, or other forms of damage, dental crowns may provide an ideal solution. Crowns offer both cosmetic and oral health benefits, reinforcing the structure of a tooth while helping to make a smile look whole and natural again. Crowns are typically custom-made to blend seamlessly into each patient’s unique smile. They are carefully crafted to complement the surrounding natural teeth in terms of color, size, shape, and texture and to restore integrity to the patient’s bite.

2. Operation


A procedure in which a diseased, redundant, or problematic tooth is removed, either by pulling or cutting out. This procedure can be done under local or general anesthesia and is very common — many people have their wisdom teeth removed before they become problematic.

3. Dental Cosmetics


Cosmetic dentistry is a method of professional oral care that focuses on improving the appearance of your mouth, teeth and smile. And although cosmetic dentistry procedures are usually elective, rather than essential, some cases of treatment also provide restorative benefits.

The most common procedures used in cosmetic dentistry are fairly simple, whereas others are more complex and require specialized care.

 

4. Fix & Removable teeth


Both your general dentist and prosthodontist (a specialist in advanced crown, bridge and denture work) are right. For those patients who have lost all their teeth, but have not lost significant bone, a fixed bridge (permanent non-removable teeth) may be the treatment of choice since the new bridge is not needed for facial and lip support. However, not all patients are candidates for this treatment. For those patients who have lost all their teeth and/or significant bone, facial and lip support, a removable overdenture, which fits “over” the implants, will often be the treatment of choice.

5. Tooth Sensitivity


Tooth sensitivity, or “dentin hypersensitivity,” is exactly what it sounds like: pain or discomfort in the teeth as a response to certain stimuli, such as hot or cold temperatures.

It may be temporary or a chronic problem, and it can affect one tooth, several teeth, or all the teeth in a single individual. It can have a number of different causes, but most cases of sensitive teeth are easily treated with a change in your oral hygiene regimen.

6. Pyorrhea & Gum disease


Gum disease, and its related conditions, is known by many names: Gingivitis, Periodontal Disease, Periodontitis (Pyorrhea). Simply put, gum disease manifests itself when plaque and tartar are allowed to build up at the gum line. Plaque and tartar are full of bacteria, which can then cause an infection of the gums. If this infection is allowed to progress, it can lead to abscesses as well as gum, bone and eventually tooth loss. When the infection advances to the tissue and bone, this is known as Periodontitis and is very serious.

7. Mouth Ulcers


Mouth ulcers — also known as canker sores — are normally small, painful lesions that develop in your mouth or at the base of your gums. They can make eating, drinking, and talking uncomfortable. Women, adolescents, and people with a family history of mouth ulcers are at higher risk for developing mouth ulcers.

Mouth ulcers aren’t contagious and usually go away within one to two weeks. However, if you get a canker sore that is large or extremely painful, or if it lasts for a long time without healing, you should seek the advice of a doctor.

8. Swelling and Bleeding Gums


When you think about dental health, the focus is likely to be on preventing cavities in your teeth. But it’s important to pay attention to your gums, too. Gums play a major role not only in your dental health, but in your overall well-being.

In many instances, swollen and bleeding gums are a sign of gum disease. However, there are a number of other things that could be causing your gum problems. Whatever the cause of sore, painful gums, there are steps you can take to minimize gum damage and discomfort.

9. Paan Gutkha Disease


Gutka or guṭkha is a preparation of crushed areca nut, tobacco, catechu, paraffin wax, slaked lime and sweet or savory flavorings. … Gutka is consumed by placing a pinch of it between the gum and cheek and gently sucking and chewing. It is considered responsible for oral cancer and other severe negative health effects.

10. RPD & Full Denture


removable partial denture (RPD) is a denture for a partially edentulous patient who desires to have replacement teeth for functional or aesthetic reasons and who cannot have a bridge (a fixed partial denture) for any reason, such as a lack of required teeth to serve as support for a bridge (i.e. distal abutments) or financial limitations.

This type of prosthesis is referred to as a removable partial denture because patients can remove and reinsert it when required without professional help. Conversely, a “fixed” prosthesis can and should be removed only by a dental professional.

11. Dental Cleaning & Scaling


Teeth scaling and cleaning or deep cleaning is a non-surgical process that involves scaling all tartar deposits, plaque (soft, sticky bacteria infested film) and bacterial toxins from the surface of the teeth and the area between the gums and teeth. This procedure is used to treat periodontal and gum disease.

12. Jaw Fracture & Joint Problems


A broken or dislocated jaw is an injury to one or both of the joints that connect your lower jawbone to the skull. Each of these joints is called the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). The TMJ can break, crack, or become unhinged from the skull. The unhinging of the jaw joint is known as a dislocation.

A broken, fractured, or dislocated jaw can create problems with eating and breathing. Immediate medical attention is necessary to minimize complications and accelerate healing.

13. Submucous Fibrosis


The treatment of patients with oral submucous fibrosis depends on the degree of clinical involvement. If the disease is detected at a very early stage, cessation of the habit is sufficient. Most patients with oral submucous fibrosis present with moderate-to-severe disease. Moderate-to-severe oral submucous fibrosis is irreversible. Medical treatment is symptomatic and predominantly aimed at improving mouth movements. Treatment strategies are described below. [4 The role of these treatments is still evolving. The US Food and Drug Administration has not yet approved these drugs for the treatment of oral submucous fibrosis.

14. Lazer Treatment


Lasers have been used in dentistry since 1994 to treat a number of dental problems. Yet, despite FDA approval, no laser system has received the American Dental Association’s (ADA) Seal of Acceptance as an alternative to more traditional treatment. That seal assures dentists that the product or device meets ADA standards of safety and efficacy, among other things. The ADA, however, states that it is cautiously optimistic about the role of laser technology in the field of dentistry. These lasers are different from the cold lasers used in phototherapy for the relief of headaches, pain, and inflammation.

15. Dental & Oral Operation


Baylor Scott & White Health offers dentistry and oral surgery services for children and adults at some locations in North and Central Texas.

Care is provided by specialists on the medical staff including general dentists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and prosthodontists. The majority of care is provided in the clinic setting, although the doctors also utilize the operating rooms for special needs patients and major surgery.

16. Sore Tongue


Causes of tongue pain. … A minor infection on thetongue isn’t uncommon, and it can cause pain and irritation. Inflamed papillae, or taste buds, are small, painful bumps that appear after an injury from a bite or irritation from hot foods. A canker sore is another common cause of pain on or under the tongue.

17. Teeth Spacing


Food Deposit

Teeth Gums & Oral Infections

Bad Breath

Bad/Yellow & Dirty Teeth

Dental Cosmetic & Dental Beautification

Overjet Deel Bite

Fix ortho

Cosmetic filling