Services

Dental Implantology

Dr. Veejay Deshpandey, at Creative Smiles , has been one of the pioneers in the field of dental implants in India. He has been trained extensively in Advanced Maxillo-mandibular reconstructive Implantology with a post doctorate qualification from D.U, Lille2, France. We specialize in the most modern technology for replacement of teeth with implants. Our expertise lies in treating with the most complicated cases amongst all the age groups.

  • Conventional Implants
  • Immediate Implants
  • Full mouth rehabilitation with Implants
  • Single Tooth Implants
  • Implant Over dentures
  • Screw retained prosthesis
  • Subperiosteal and Ramus frame Implants
  • Teeth with Implants in One Hour

We use all type of Implant systems like Nobel Biocare, Branemark Systems and Osstem Implant system

What are Dental Implants?

An implant is a man made replacement for the natural tooth root which allows a person to return to non-removable teeth or a more secure dental restoration. In this procedure the adjacent tooth remains intact. There are several types of dental implants to suit our specific needs.

Dental Implants are metal screws placed into the jaw bone. They act as anchors for a set of false teeth. Dental Implants are today's best alternative to natural teeth. They are tooth replacements that allow you to function more normally than conventional dentures and bridges. They can be the foundation for greatly improved smiles and overall facial appearance.

Implants if maintained well can last for several years and will serve well to chew properly thus maintaining your overall health.

There is no need to grind the adjacent teeth as required to replacement with bridges thus maintaining a conservative approach to teeth replacement.

Who would benefit most from Dental Implants?

Due to high success rate of dental implants , just about any healthy adult with missing teeth would benefit from the procedure , however those who would benefit the most would include :

  • Individuals missing one or more teeth due to injuries or tooth decay.
  • Any adult who is experiencing speech problems due to missing teeth
  • Individuals who have trouble eating or chewing due to lack of teeth
  • Patients who are unable or unwilling to wear dentures.
  • Patients who don't feel their dentures are secure while chewing.
  • Patient who would like to replace missing teeth without grinding neighboring teeth.
  • Adults who are developing premature wrinkles or sunken in cheeks due to missing teeth.
  • Patients who want artificial teeth which would last them life time as opposed to few years.
  • Adults who are insecure about their smile due to missing teeth and are looking to get their confidence back.

Types of Restoration with dental implants :

1. Single tooth implant

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2. Multiple tooth replacement with Implant Bridge :

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3. Full mouth rehabilitation with implants

A. Implants with fixed bridges

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B. Implant supported overdentures
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Overdenture placed on the two implants

Cosmetic Dentistry and Smile designing

A beautiful smile is more than just about looking good - it's about feeling good too. With today's technological innovations in dentistry, our specialists significantly improve the attractiveness of your smile, with little or no discomfort. Cosmetic dentistry is no longer the province of models, actors and the rich. Now, it is available to every individual who aspires for a beautiful smile.

There are various ways by which you can enhance your smile , like :

  • Teeth whitening
  • Veneers
  • Tooth colored fillings/ Composite restorations
  • Porcelain Inlays/ Onlays
  • Porcelain crowns
  • Replacement of missing teeth with Implants or bridges

Teeth whitening :

Bleaching / Teeth Whitening can instantly change the shade of the teeth by as much as 5 shades. It is the most quickest, easiest and economical way to enhance one's smile.

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After Teeth whitening

Veneers :

What are Veneers?
Veneers, sometimes also termed dental porcelain laminates, are one of cosmetic dentistry's more aesthetic developments. These wafer-thin shells of porcelain which are bonded onto the front side of teeth can be an excellent cosmetic solution for teeth that are stained, chipped, or slightly misaligned.

Anterior aesthetic restoration for fractured left central incisor with Porcelain Laminates

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Tooth coloured fillings / composite restorations :

Do you want a more natural look to your smile? If so, you can easily replace your silver (amalgam) or metal problem fillings with natural tooth-colored resins that are much stronger, safer and more aesthetically pleasing, known as composite fillings. These white composite fillings match the natural color of your teeth and form a stronger bond to your tooth.

Porcelain Inlays /Onlays

An inlay is a restoration in which a portion of oclusal (biting) surface is replaced with porcelain. An onlay will restore a larger portion of the biting surface of the tooth. These are considered very conservative restorations. The porcelain allows an excellent esthetic result. It is attached to the tooth using a bonding procedure, allowing it to become very strong. It can be used with wonderful results in small, medium, and even large restorations.

Porcelain Crowns :

For a single or multiple fractured, discoloured, decayed or malaligned tooth/ teeth Porcelain crowns are the best option. We can change the shade, shape, size and also the position to some extent of the teeth with these crowns. They are a quick fix and can enhance the look and improve your smile.

Replacement of missing teeth with bridges or implants :

Missing teeth can be quite unsightly and replacing them is a must. As long standing missing teeth can disrupt the alignment of adjacent teeth thus causing further problems.

Replacement can be done with bridges which involve grinding of adjacent teeth or implants which are titanium screws drilled in the bone and can act like roots on the top of which crowns can be placed.

Repalcement of teeth with bridges

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WHAT ARE BRIDGES?

In case where implants can't be done to replace missing teeth a fixed 'Bridge' of crowns made of ceramic or mental-fused-to ceramic is glued to teeth on either side of the missing tooth/teeth.

Replacement of teeth with dental Implants :

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WHAT ARE DENTAL IMPLANTS?

Dental Implants are titanium inserts that take the place of tooth roots. They are firmly anchored into the jawbone on which a fixed or removable false tooth (prosthesis) can be attached to look and function like a natural tooth.

Prosthetics and restorative dentistry

  • Dental Crowns
  • Dental Bridges
  • Full Mouth Reconstruction
  • Dentures

Full mouth rehabilitation with implants and fixed prosthesis

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Prosthetic Dental Treatments

People having some / no teeth in mouth can henceforth look at us to give them fixed teeth like normal people, thus avoiding all artificial feel of removable fixed teeth with the help of existing teeth / complete dentures.

We provide the following services:-

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns, also referred to as "dental caps," "tooth crowns," or "tooth caps," are dental restorations that cover over and encase the tooth on which they are cemented. We Dentists make use of dental crowns when need to rebuild broken or decayed teeth, strengthen teeth, or improve the cosmetic appearance of a tooth.

Single / Multiple crowns are custom designed in non-precious or precious alloys with acrylic composite or PORCELAIN coatings to match exactly in shape size and colour with adjacent teeth to enhance the appearance and function. Terms that are used to refer to dental crowns are "dental caps" and "tooth caps."

Dental Bridges

A dental bridge, otherwise known as a fixed partial denture, is a prosthesis used to replace missing teeth and is not removable by the patient. A prosthesis that is removable by the patient is called a removable partial denture. Dental bridge is fabricated by reducing the teeth on either side of the missing tooth or teeth by a preparation pattern determined by the location of the teeth and by the material from which the bridge is fabricated.

Full Mouth Reconstructions / Rehabilitation

Prosthodontic reconstruction of most or all of the teeth. Replacement of missing tooth is our speciality. This can be done with combination of techniques such as crown, and fixed bridges, removable partial dentures, full dentures and Implant Supported dentures.Combining the science of Neuromuscular Dentistry with the artistry of Cosmetic Dentistry, Full Mouth Rehabilitation creates a smile that is functional, comfortable and beautiful.

Complete Dentures

Dentures are prosthetic devices constructed to replace missing teeth, and which are supported by surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity. Conventional dentures are removable, however there are many different denture designs, some which rely on bonding or clipping onto teeth or dental implants. There are many informal names for dentures such as dental plate, false teeth and falsies.

Orthodontic Dentistry/ Braces

  • Metal Braces
  • Deep overbite
  • Open bite
  • Overjet or upper protuding teeth
  • Underbite or lower protuding jaw
  • Crossbite
  • Spaces in between teeth

Orthodontic correction

Orthodontic Treatment

Orthodontic treatment can focus on dental displacement only, or can deal with the control and modification of facial growth. In the latter case it is better defined as "dentofacial orthopedics". Orthodontic treatment can be carried out for purely aesthetic reasons-improving the general appearance of patients' teeth and face for cosmetic reasons.

Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that specializes in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental and facial irregularities. These includes treatment of different conditions:

  • OverCrowding
  • Clear Braces
  • Invisible Braces
  • Lingual Braces
  • Retainers

Orthodontic correction with braces and extraction of four premolars to relieve crowding

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Braces

Dental braces (also known as orthodontic braces) are a device used in orthodontics to align teeth and their position with regard to a person's bite. Orthodontic braces are often used in conjunction with other orthodontic appliances to widen the palate or jaws or otherwise shape the teeth and jaws. They are mainly used on children and teenagers, however adults can also use them.
We are listing information of all kinds of braces we are using at our clinic:

Metal braces

Metal brackets can be silver or golden. The golden brackets look a bit more "jewelry-like" and are often a popular choice with young women. Metal brackets are very strong and can withstand most types of treatment. At first they may irritate your gums, but after a few weeks, when your cheeks get "toughened up" they are not a problem anymore .

Conventional metal braces are now smaller, more efficient and comfortable In recent years following many advances in orthodontic materials such as metal wires and brackets.

Clear Braces

Brackets on braces can now be clear make treatment nearly invisible. The polymer-brace is translucent making it one of the most popular aesthetic choices in braces today. Clear braces are worn on the front of the teeth just like traditional steel braces. Unlike metal braces, they blend with the color of the teeth for a much less noticeable appearance. They may look better but also may break more easily than metal braces.

Invisible Braces

Invisible braces are a series of clear, customized, removable appliances called aligners. Not only are these braces invisible, but they also are removable so they won't trap food and plaque between your teeth like metal braces. You'll wear each aligner for about two weeks and only remove it for eating, brushing and flossing.

Lingual Braces

Lingual braces are attached to the inside or lingual side of the teeth which makes them completely non-visible. Lngual orthodontics particularly well-suited for adults whose professions keep them in the public eyes.

Lingual braces can significantly enhance an individual's appearance - without the self-confidence shakers of metal braces. Therefore, lingual braces are a great option for both adult professionals and teens who would feel more confident with invisibility-all while managing great dental health. Lingual braces can also be extremely convenient for those who play wind instruments or contact sports.

Retainers

Orthodontic retainers are custom-made devices, made usually of wires or clear plastic, that hold teeth in position after surgery or any method of closing spaces between teeth. They are most often used before or after dental braces to hold teeth in position while assisting the adjustment of the surrounding gums to the changes in bone. Most patients are required to wear their retainer(s) every night at first, with many also having to wear them during the day. They should not be worn while eating any food or while drinking staining or acidic beverages.

Endodontics / Root Canal therapy

  • Symptoms of RCT
  • Non Surgical RCT
  • Surgical RCT
  • Root Canal in an Hour

Endodontic Dentistry

Root canal treatment is an instant pain reliever and the best treatment to retain the original teeth. A Root canal treated tooth serves its purpose and function just as a healthy tooth.
A root canal is a capillary, which runs from the base of the root of the tooth to the middle of the crown (the visible part of the tooth). The root canal carries the pulp (a network of blood and nerve cells), which brings the tooth to life.

The nerve of the tooth gets damaged due to many reasons. One of the main causes is cavity in the tooth that grows deeper and touches the nerve. Since the cavity is filled with bacteria, the root canal gets inflamed and causes pain. Other reasons that may damage the teeth are accidental cracks or infection from gums reaching to the base of roots. In such cases, root canal treatments can easily stabilise the position.

There are two ways to get relief from the pain: perform the root canal therapy, or pull the tooth, clean the gum below, and replace the tooth with a denture or bridge. We advise removing teeth as a last resort natural teeth are the ones best suited for the mouth.

It's important to have root canal therapy done quickly. The bacteria will travel down the canal to the root and into the jawbone. If this happens, the pain of your toothache will spread to your jaw. Even more important, the infection can cause your jawbone to deteriorate and weaken the structure that holds your teeth.

The best way to avoid root canals is to take good daily care of your teeth to prevent the growth and spread of bacteria. Brushing and flossing are important. Just as important are regular trips to the dentist, to check for the first sign of decay or cracks that could eventually lead to an infected tooth. In this case, an ounce of prevention really is worth a pound of cure!

Symptoms of RCT

If you notice any of the following symptoms, schedule an appointment immediately:

  • Severe tooth pain
  • Pain worsens when you lie down and reduces when you sit up.
  • Pain stays for a long time after consuming cold things.
  • Swelling around the tooth.
  • Constant tooth pain
  • Pain when chewing.
  • Tooth pain referred to head and ears as well.
  • Tooth sensitivity on consuming sweets.

Non Surgical Root Canal Treatments

Non-surgical root canal treatment is a procedure directed towards saving an endodontically failing tooth. At times, the patient's existing artificial crown must be removed. In other instances, access through the crown may be possible. The access opening is created in order to give the dentist non-surgical access into the root canal space through the biting surface of the tooth.

Fortunately, the vast majority nonsurgical endodontic treatments are successful. Sometimes though they don't work as planned. Nonsurgical endoontic therapy is like any other medical procedure, with a small percentage that are unsuccessful. Whether it's called failing, unsuccessful, nonresponder, or it did not respond favorably, something has gone amiss.

Surgical Root Canal Treatments

Surgical root canal treatment is a procedural effort in which it is necessary to elevate a small flap of tissue adjacent to the involved tooth in order to gain access to and treat root canal disease. Surgical root canal treatments are usually minor, in-office procedures performed under local anaesthesia. Once the pathological area is exposed, the doctor performs a "curettage" to remove the diseased tissue from around the root. This is usually followed by an "apicoectomy," a procedure in which the diseased portion of the root is removed. A small filling is then usually placed to seal the remaining portion of the root. Surgical root canal treatment will oftentimes result in a good long-term prognosis for the tooth if the cause of pathology can be effectively eliminated.

One Hour Root Canal

Root canal treatment has traditionally consisted of multiple visits to the dentist. However, with recent advancement in research and instruments, we are now able to perform thorough root canal treatment more efficiently in a single visit. We treat one patient at a time and usually block off one hour for most teeth. Actual treatment time is usually less than one hour.

We pioneer in dental technology when it comes to patient care. We believe that the pains associated with needing a root canal should not carry over to a patient's personal time. We strive to provide the best possible treatment, at the best possible value, and in the quickest amount of time.

Pedodontics/ Child Dental Care

At Creative Smiles, we have the most friendly atmosphere putting your children at ease and giving them best possible treatment with our expert dentists.

The following services are usually carried out for children:

  • Sealants
  • Fluoride Treatment
  • Pulp Therapy
  • Space Maintainer
  • Crowns
  • Orthodontic Treatments

Child Dental Care / Pedodontic Dentistry

Pediatric dentists have had special training, which allows them to provide the most up-to-date and thorough treatment for a wide variety of children's' dental problems. They are trained and qualified to treat special patients who may have emotional, physical or mental handicaps. Because of this specialized training and commitment to comprehensive oral health, many parents wisely choose a pediatric dentist to treat their children. Our clinic provides dental care for children in a delightful, fun dental atmosphere.

The very young, pre-teens and teenagers all need a different approach in dealing with their behavior, guiding their dental growth and development, and helping them avoid future dental problems. The pediatric dentist is best qualified to meet these needs.

Sealants

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Sealants are primarily a preventive treatment for the permanent teeth, not the milk or baby teeth. The first permanent teeth emerge between five and seven years of age. Another set comes about six years later. Teeth sealants last longer than four years for more than half of the children and young people who have them done. During this time the risk of cavities in the sealed teeth is about halved. The resins applied as sealants these days are generally believed to be reasonably safe.

Fluoride Treatments

Fluoride Treatments
Fluoride Treatments

Fluoride treatments commonly are given to children as their teeth are developing. If your child has a history of cavities or is at high risk of decay, he or she should use additional fluoride to promote remineralization. Often, children get fluoride treatments every six months for extra protection against cavities, even if they already drink fluoridated water.

Pulp Therapy :

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Pulp Therapy

Space Maintainer

Space Maintainer
Space Maintainer
Space Maintainer
Baby teeth (we call them primary or deciduous teeth) aren't just for chewing. Each one also acts as a guide for the permanent tooth that replaces it. If a primary tooth is lost too early, the permanent tooth loses its guide and can drift or erupt incorrectly into the mouth. Neighboring teeth also can move or tilt into the space, so the permanent tooth can't come in.

A space maintainer is made of stainless steel and/or plastic. It can be removable, or your dentist can cement it in your child's mouth (called a fixed space maintainer). A removable space maintainer looks like a retainer. It uses artificial teeth or acrylic blocks to fill in the space or spaces that need to be maintained. This type of space maintainer often is used when the space is obvious to other people. Removable space maintainers work well in older children who can reliably follow directions about caring for this appliance.

Crowns

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Crowns

Two types of crowns are available and can be used in children. The first is the stainless steel crown, which is used to restore a largely decayed primary molar, or a pulpally treated molar. The second being tooth colored polycarbonate crowns and are used to restore anteriorly decayed teeth.

Orthodontic Treatments

Orthodontic Treatments

Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that deals with straightening and correcting the tooth alignment and the dental specialist who does this is called an "Orthodontist".

Generally, the first Orthodontic consultation with a qualified Orthodontist should be done when the child's first permanent incisors, usually lower central incisors, start erupting in the mouth i.e. at the age of about 7 years. After complete evaluation of your child, the Orthodontist may suggest to begin with early Orthodontic treatment.

We offer simple and innovative plans to prevent children undergoing complicated procedures. Fixed appliances techniques available for children and adults from expert orthodontist.

Dental Bleaching/ Tooth whitening

Dental Bleaching / Teeth Whitening is a procedure that can be performed in the Dental Clinic or at home. Years of staining with tea, coffee, and red wine etc can be removed in a matter of an hour revealing truly white teeth that enhances the perfection of a smile.

This is the most economical ways to have a quick easy smile makeover.

Two methods are available to get those perfectly white teeth.

In office teeth whitening / In office teeth bleaching:
A one hour procedure in a dental office is the quickest and most predictable method thus highly recommended by all the dentists.

Home bleach:
A longer procedure that can be done at home using over the counter teeth bleaching products and products dispensed by the dentist.

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