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  • Dental Check-up

    Our Dental Checkup service is designed to provide you with comprehensive care and personalized treatment options for your oral health needs. During your visit, our experienced dental professionals will start by asking you about any concerns or problems you may be experiencing. We will listen attentively to understand how the issue started and gather relevant information. Following that, a thorough clinical examination will be conducted to assess the overall condition of your teeth, gums, and oral tissues. This examination helps us identify any underlying dental issues or potential areas of concern. In some cases, we may recommend taking a dental x-ray to obtain a more detailed view of your oral structures. The best part is that we do not charge separately for dental x-rays, as they are an essential part of our diagnostic process. After gathering all necessary information, our team will carefully analyze the findings and provide you with a clear diagnosis. We will discuss the diagnosis with you, ensuring that you have a complete understanding of your oral health status. Based on the diagnosis, we will present you with a range of suitable treatment options tailored to your specific needs. Our goal is to empower you to make informed decisions about your dental care. Lastly, we will collaborate with you to create a comprehensive treatment plan that aligns with your goals, preferences, and budget. We prioritize open communication and want to ensure you feel comfortable and confident in the treatment plan we propose. At our dental clinic, we are committed to delivering exceptional care and creating a positive dental experience for every patient. Schedule your Dental Checkup today and let us provide you with the personalized attention and quality treatment you deserve.

  • Tooth Restoration (Dental Filing)

    Tooth restoration treatment is a dental procedure that involves restoring damaged or decayed teeth using restorative cements such as Glass Ionomer Cement (GIC) or Composite. GIC is a tooth-colored cement that releases fluoride to help prevent further decay and is commonly used for small to medium-sized cavities. Composite, on the other hand, is a tooth-colored resin material that is applied in layers to fill in larger cavities and restore the tooth's shape and function. We will evaluate the extent of the damage and recommend the appropriate type of restorative cement to restore your tooth's strength and appearance.

  • Pediatric Dental Consultation

    A pediatric dental consultation is an opportunity for children to receive specialized dental care from a dental professional who is trained to work with children. During the consultation, we will evaluate your child's oral health, identify any potential issues, and create a personalized treatment plan that meets their unique needs. We will also set up an appointment with our panel Pediatric Dentist, if required. And also educate your child on proper oral hygiene practices, such as brushing and flossing, we may recommend preventative treatments such as fluoride treatments and dental sealants to protect against tooth decay

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  • Dental Care for Children: Tips to Ensure Lifelong Oral Health

    Instilling good oral hygiene habits in children is crucial for their long-term oral health. By teaching them proper dental care practices from an early age, we set them on a path towards a lifetime of healthy smiles. In this blog post, we'll discuss essential tips and strategies to ensure optimal dental care for children and promote lifelong oral health. 1. Start Early: The Importance of Early Dental Care: It's never too early to begin caring for your child's oral health. Even before the eruption of their first tooth, gently wipe their gums with a soft cloth after feedings. As soon as their first tooth emerges, start brushing with an infant toothbrush and a smear of fluoride toothpaste. 2. Develop a Consistent Brushing Routine: Encourage your child to brush their teeth at least twice a day, using a child-sized toothbrush and a pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste. Make brushing time fun by singing songs or using a timer to ensure they brush for the recommended two minutes. 3. Introduce Flossing: As soon as your child's teeth start touching, it's time to introduce flossing. Teach them the proper technique and help them floss until they can do it independently. Flossing removes food particles and plaque between teeth, preventing cavities and gum disease. 4. Healthy Diet for Healthy Teeth: Emphasize the importance of a balanced diet for good oral health. Limit sugary snacks and drinks, and encourage healthy alternatives like fruits, vegetables, and dairy products. Drinking plenty of water and avoiding prolonged exposure to sugary substances also helps prevent tooth decay. 5. Regular Dental Check-ups: Schedule your child's first dental visit by their first birthday or as recommended by their dentist. Regular check-ups allow the dentist to monitor their oral health, detect any issues early on, and provide preventive treatments like dental sealants or fluoride applications. 6. Teach Proper Oral Care Techniques: Show your child the correct way to brush and floss their teeth, emphasizing gentle motions and reaching all surfaces. Lead by example and brush your teeth together as a family. Make it a positive and enjoyable experience to instill a lifelong commitment to oral hygiene. 7. Encourage Healthy Habits: Promote habits that protect oral health, such as avoiding thumb-sucking beyond a certain age and discouraging prolonged use of pacifiers or bottles. These habits can affect dental development and lead to misalignment or other issues. 8. Educate About the Consequences: Explain to your child the importance of oral health and the potential consequences of poor dental care, such as cavities, gum disease, and discomfort. Help them understand the value of taking care of their teeth and how it contributes to their overall well-being. By following these essential tips, parents can lay a strong foundation for their child's lifelong oral health. Teaching proper dental care practices, promoting a healthy diet, and scheduling regular dental check-ups are key to preventing dental problems and instilling good habits. Remember, a healthy smile begins in childhood, and investing in your child's oral health today sets them up for a lifetime of beautiful, strong teeth and a confident smile.

  • Understanding Wisdom Teeth: Common Problems and Treatment Options

    Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, often make their appearance during the late teenage years or early adulthood. While some individuals have no issues with their wisdom teeth, many experience problems that require attention. In this blog post, we'll delve into the world of wisdom teeth, exploring the common problems they can cause and the available treatment options. 1. The Purpose and Anatomy of Wisdom Teeth: Wisdom teeth were once necessary for our ancestors who had larger jaws and needed the extra set of molars for proper chewing. However, modern humans have evolved smaller jaws, leaving limited space for wisdom teeth to emerge. Understanding the anatomy of these teeth helps shed light on the challenges they can present. 2. Common Problems Associated with Wisdom Teeth: Impacted wisdom teeth occur when there isn't enough space for them to fully emerge or align properly with the rest of the teeth. This can lead to a range of problems, including pain, swelling, infection, gum disease, tooth decay, and damage to neighboring teeth. Exploring these common issues helps recognize potential symptoms and seek timely intervention. 3. Signs and Symptoms of Wisdom Teeth Problems: Recognizing the signs of wisdom teeth problems can aid in early diagnosis and treatment. Symptoms may include jaw pain, difficulty opening the mouth, swollen or bleeding gums, bad breath, headaches, and changes in the bite. Consulting a dental professional is crucial for a proper evaluation and tailored treatment plan. 4. Diagnosis and Treatment Options: Through dental examination and imaging techniques, a dentist can assess the position and condition of the wisdom teeth. Treatment options depend on the specific case but may include: - Extraction: The most common solution for problematic wisdom teeth is extraction. This procedure is often performed under local anesthesia, and the dentist may recommend removing all four wisdom teeth or just the affected ones. - Surgical Intervention: In cases of severe impaction or complications, surgical techniques may be required to access and remove the impacted teeth. - Management and Monitoring: In some instances, if the wisdom teeth are not causing immediate problems, a dentist may suggest a management plan involving regular monitoring and preventive measures to avoid future complications. 5. Preparing for Wisdom Tooth Extraction: For those needing wisdom tooth extraction, understanding the preparation process is essential. The dentist will provide instructions on pre-operative care, such as dietary restrictions, medication guidelines, and arranging transportation to and from the dental office. 6. Aftercare and Recovery: Post-extraction care plays a vital role in ensuring a smooth recovery. Following the dentist's instructions regarding pain management, oral hygiene, diet, and activity restrictions is crucial. Proper aftercare promotes healing and reduces the risk of complications. Understanding wisdom teeth and the potential problems they can cause is important for maintaining optimal oral health. By recognizing the signs of wisdom tooth issues and seeking timely treatment, individuals can prevent pain, infection, and other complications. Regular dental check-ups and discussions with a dental professional are key to addressing wisdom teeth concerns and making informed decisions about treatment options. Remember, knowledge is power when it comes to your oral health and the well-being of your smile.

  • The Impact of a Smile in the Corporate World: Professional Success and Image

    In the competitive corporate world, success often goes hand in hand with making positive impressions. One powerful tool that can leave a lasting impact on colleagues, clients, and superiors is a genuine and confident smile. In this blog post, we'll explore the significance of a smile in the corporate world, and how it can contribute to professional success and image. 1. Building Rapport and Trust: A smile is a universal language that fosters rapport and establishes trust. When you greet others with a warm smile, it creates a welcoming and approachable demeanor. This can help build relationships with colleagues, clients, and business partners, leading to enhanced collaboration and trust in your professional interactions. 2. Conveying Confidence and Positivity: A smile exudes confidence and positivity, which are highly valued traits in the corporate environment. By showcasing a genuine smile, you project a sense of self-assurance, optimism, and a can-do attitude. This can contribute to your professional image and inspire confidence in your abilities and leadership. 3. Enhancing Communication: Communication skills play a vital role in career progression. A smile can enhance your communication by creating an inviting atmosphere for open dialogue and fostering positive interactions. When you smile while speaking or listening, it demonstrates attentiveness, approachability, and a genuine interest in others' perspectives. 4. Leaving a Lasting Impression: First impressions matter, and a genuine smile can leave a positive and memorable impact on colleagues, clients, and potential employers. It sets the tone for professional relationships and can make you more memorable in a sea of faces. People are more likely to remember and recommend individuals who leave a positive and friendly impression. 5. Managing Stress and Promoting Well-being: The corporate world often comes with high levels of stress and pressure. Smiling can be a powerful tool to manage stress and promote well-being. Research suggests that smiling triggers the release of endorphins, which are natural mood enhancers. By smiling, you can create a positive mindset, reduce stress levels, and improve your overall emotional well-being. 6. Personal and Professional Branding: Your smile contributes to your personal and professional branding. It showcases your attention to personal grooming, self-care, and professionalism. A bright and healthy smile can help create a positive perception of your attention to detail, dedication to personal wellness, and overall professionalism. In the corporate world, a smile is more than a simple facial expression. It is a powerful tool that can open doors, build connections, and contribute to your professional success and image. By harnessing the positive impact of a smile, you can establish trust, communicate effectively, leave a lasting impression, manage stress, and enhance your overall well-being. So, let your smile be an integral part of your professional toolkit and unlock new opportunities in your career journey.

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  • What Patients Are Saying | Teeth Heal Wakad

    Reviews & Feedback What Patients Are Saying The most rewarding part of our job is hearing about how we’ve transformed our patients’ smiles. From the simplest of dental cleanings to the most complex restorative treatments, we employ the same level of care and expertise for everyone. Scroll down to learn more about what our patients have to say about their experiences with us. Play Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied Anjali Kavar Play Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied Apurva Sahasrabuddhe Surgical Extraction of Wisdom tooth 46 43 45 46 1/46 Add a Review How Was Your Experience? Would you recommend us to your friends? Yes No Submit Thanks for submitting!

  • Post Scaling & Polishing Instructions | Teeth Heal Wakad

    ​ Post Scaling & Polishing Instructions 1. Post operative sensitivity after scaling and polishing is expected to be experienced for 3-4days. Afterwards, the sensitivity will reduce gradually. 2. Avoid too hot or too cold food for 3-4 days to minimize the sensitivity. 3. Continue following your regular oral hygiene regimen, just be gentle for 2 -3 days post-scaling. 4.Use Chlorehexidine mouthwash prescribed to you for 8 days, twice a day without diluting the solution. This will help reduce the gum inflammation and infection due to the previously present tartar and deposits. 5. Once the Chlorehexidine mouthwash course is completed, kindly shift to any non-medicated mouthwash which is available over-the- counter (such as Colgate Plax or Listerene). 6. Apply the analgesic and antibiotic ointment in the sensitive area 10 mins before meals. This will help reduce the sensitivity while having food. The numbness developed on application of this ointment gradually decreases within 15-20mins. 7. Start using dental floss twice a day after brushing to keep the areas in between teeth clean and healthy. 8. If required, also use interdental brush, as prescribed by us, to maintain interdental areas. 9. In case, the sensitivity persists even after 8 days post-scaling, feel free to communicate the same with us in our follow-up call. We can use stronger desensitizer pastes available in the clinic in such cases. 10. Refrain from smoking for atleast 48 hours after scaling and polishing. Tobacco delays healing of the tissues. 11. Keep a watch on the deposits build-ups and get scaling and polishing done every 6 months or once a year to maintain your oral health.

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