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Missing Tooth Treatment

missing front tooth

Implant Treatment

Dental Implant Tooth

Implant Full Mouth

Full Mouth Smile

Same day dental implant for missing front teeth: This procedure corrects not just the missing teeth but also restores your confidence and look. Success of dental implant lies in the decision of choosing the right size and width of dental implant for longterm. The size of a dental implant used at Royal Dental Clinics is determined primarily by the existing bone volume in height, width, and length.

A surgeon would select longer implants in the anterior regions of the mouth and shorter ones in the posterior areas. Full mouth dental implants have shown great success in the past in rehabilitating missing teeth and restoring chewing functionality.

Implants for Moving Teeth

bleeding gum mobility

Implant for Tooth Mobility

tooth mobility

Moving Multiple Teeth

Tooth Mobility

Fixed teeth with Implants in One Sitting: Same day dental implant at Royal Dental Clinics involves implant surgery wherein doctors replace missing teeth by putting in implants in your jaw. The implants basically take the place of your missing root and give a solid base upon which the natural-looking SAPTeeth can be placed. These are permanent teeth which are placed immediately after you receive implants.

At times a framework may be required so as to give a strong base to the supporting crown or bridge. These frameworks can be made of high performance peek material with HIPC crowns. This help to create a shock absorbing framework and reduces the load on bone and gives better results.

Zygomatic Dental Implant

mobile tooth

Implant in less Bone

Implant in less Bone

Weak or Less Bone

Zygomatic Dental Implants

Zygomatic Dental Implants with Fixed Teeth: Bone resorption along with lower bone quality often makes it impossible to place dental implants in the posterior maxilla. Zygoma implants are then advised and anchored in to the zygomatic bone rather than the maxilla. Zygomatic implants are planned for the upper jaw in complex situations such as poor quality of bone, bone resorption, decreased height of bone over time or presence of air spaces or sinus.

Most of such cases at Royal Dental Clinics can be done under local anesthesia on the same day itself. The quality of life improves a lot after the treatment as patients no longer have top deal with dentures or ‘no bone no teeth’.

Dental Implant

missing tooth

Missing Teeth

Missing Tooth

Fixed Teeth

Few Missing Teeth

Few Missing teeth with fixing with SAPTeeth: Few of such cases can be done with a pinhole technique under local anaesthesia on the same day itself. Same day dental implant is an implant surgery which doctors use to replace missing or chipped teeth by putting in implants in your jaw. The implants basically take the place of your damaged teeth roots and give a solid base upon which the natural looking tooth can be placed.

Single missing tooth can be replaced with dental implant and fixed teeth in one day at Royal Dental Clinics.

Crooked Teeth

Crooked Teeth

Teeth Straightening

crooked teeth

Misaligned Teeth

Misaligned Teeth

Crooked or misaligned teeth is common complaint in the younger age group. This may be due to inadequate prevention at an early age and multiple cavities in primary teeth. If your teeth are crooked, you may undergo the treatment with braces, which may take about 1-2 years for correction. Even in such cases the color and the shape of the tooth cannot be changed only the position can be altered. There is a good chance multiple teeth may have to be removed to create space. We help to save your natural teeth and provide crowns over the existing teeth. The natural teeth are usually shaved or contoured so that a cap can be placed on it.

Cosmetic Dentistry procedures provide alignment to crooked teeth in one day.

Teeth Grinding Correction

Bite Alignment Before After

Night Grinding Teeth

mobile tooth

Clenching Teeth

Teeth Grinding

Bruxism or teeth grinding happens when you grind or clench your teeth unknowingly. If you are a bruxist, you may unconsciously grind your teeth when you’re awake or during sleep. Mild bruxism may go unnoticed but severe bruxism leads to wear-off of the top surface of teeth leading to sensitivity, damaged teeth, jaw joint disorders, sleep disorders amongst other problems. For severe bruxism, the standard of care is stress reduction, night guards with prosthetic correction. But now it is possible to incorporate the properties of the night guard into the prosthesis or artificial teeth itself, called as SAPTeeth.

Cosmetic Dentistry offers a comfortable, aesthetic and long term solution for such conditions.

Cosmetic Conturing

Cosmetic Contouring

Cosmetic Conturing

before After Cosmetic Contouring

Teeth Bonding

Single Tooth Composite

Breakages or damaged teeth are common complaint in the younger and middle age group. This may be due to abnormal biting forces or inadequate prevention at an early age. Cosmetic contouring is a simple procedure that removes some of your enamel to change the form of your tooth or teeth. The goal of cosmetic contouring is to alter your teeth’ shape, length, or appearance to improve your look. Our procedures provide natural looking and aligned teeth in one day which adds confidence to your personality and charm to your smile. Teeth straightening can do some incredible things for your smile!

Cosmetic Conturing can correct the damages and breakages in tooth.

Pathological Migration

Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Before & After

Teeth Mobility

Tooth Mobility Before After Treatment

Moving Teeth

Moving Teeth Fixing

Pathological tooth migration is a common consequence of missing teeth and periodontitis. It causes foul smell, difficult in eating, pus and bitter taste causing reduced the quality of life. It refers to tooth displacement that results when the balance among the factors that maintain tooth position is disturbed. These diseases could be due to bone loss, mobility in teeth, resorption of gums, abnormal biting forces and extractions. Pathological migration or teeth stains can be corrected within few hours by splinting. It may not always be required to remove the tooth but rather the mobility can be corrected by splinting.

Cosmetic Dentistry helps to correct teeth stains and mobility.

Teeth Protrusion

protruded front teeth

Cosmetic Alignment

Smile Correction

Braces VS Cosmetic Correction

Supportive Periodontal Therapy

Proclined or forward placed teeth is when the upper or lower teeth protrude outwards. Common cosmetic dentistry treatment options would include braces, cosmetic correction etc. For the treatment of proclined anterior teeth it may be needed to reduce the tooth material and then placing a crown over the reduced tooth. Various metal free high performance polymers such as Royal.HIPC, Royal.BioPEEK, Royal.multiCOM, Royal.resin etc. are used as crowns for teeth restoration.

Cosmetic dentistry treatments can be finished within few hours and may require only a follow up.

Before Treatment - Cyst

facial aesthetics surgery

After Treatment - Cyst

facial aesthetics surgery

Cysts can develop if the gland or its duct (the passage through which the sebum leaves for the skin) gets damaged or blocked. This usually happens as a result of some sort of trauma in the area such as a scratch, a surgical wound, or a skin condition like acne. A skin cyst is a fluid-filled lump just underneath the skin. It’s common and harmless, and may disappear without treatment.

Oral Surgery for Cyst

Before - Trauma Management

facial trauma

After - Trauma Management

facial trauma

Facial trauma, also called maxillofacial trauma, is any physical trauma to the face. Facial trauma can involve soft tissue injuries such as burns, lacerations and bruises, or fractures of the facial bones such as nasal fractures and fractures of the jaw, as well as trauma such as eye injuries. It may take 5 to 7 days for the swelling to go down, and 10 to 14 days for the bruising to fade. It may be hard to eat at first. If you have stitches, the doctor may need to remove them about a week after surgery. It will probably take a few months for you to heal after surgery.

Facial Rehabilitation for Trauma

Before - Oral Cutaneous Fistula

Oral Cutaneous Fistula

After - Oral Cutaneous Fistula

after Oral Cutaneous Fistula

A fistula is an abnormal connection between two body parts, such as an organ or blood vessel and another structure. Fistulas are usually the result of an injury or surgery. Infection or inflammation can also cause a fistula to form. Dr. Chirag Chamria describes Oroantral Fistula diagnosis and solution between the nose/your sinuses and your mouth. Dr. Chamria also discusses in brief about the co-relation between Nasal Sinuses and The Oral Cavity. Further explained in the video by Dr. Chirag Chamria about the maturing cycle of Oroantral Fistula and various procedures through which Oroantral Fistula can be avoided with a primary Closure and in certain cases a through secondary closure.

Fistula for Facial Rehabilitation

Before Treatment - Fat Grafting

Before Treatment - Fat Grafting

After Treatment - Fat Grafting

After Treatment - Fat Grafting

Facial Aesthetics: Every face ages differently but there are certain commonalities between the ageing faces. The loss of fullness of youthful cheeks is lost. The fat from around the eyes and the cheek bone is lost resulting in a skull face. The skin loses the shin and the wrinkles start to appear. The skin of the neck starts to sag and jowls appear. The smile line changes with changes in the shape and colour of the teeth.

Fat Grafting Facial Rehabilitation

Before Treatment - Cyst

Before Cyst Removal

After Treatment - Cyst

After Cyst Removal

Cyst: A slight swelling in mouth could also result into a Cyst! This is the case of a 11 year old girl wherein we found a huge cyst at left jaw. The treatment was done with no scaring. The cyst was so big that only 2 mm of lower jaw bone was remaining leading to high chance of bone fracture. Maxillofacial surgery for cyst was done and there has been no jaw deformity after the surgery.

Cyst Removal Surgery

Before - Cancer Rehabilitation

Before Oral Cancer Rehabilitation

After - Cancer Rehabilitation

After Oral Cancer Rehabilitation

Oral Cancer: Patient was diagnosed with Oral Cancer around 2010. We had him checked and advised to get the jaw cancer removed  as per treatment plan discussed. Patient then came back after months for check-up ans then subsequently for dental implants. Earlier restored with titanium implants and then upgraded to zirconia dental implants. It has shown success of 97% in patients with such medical conditions.

Oral Cancer Rehabilitation

Full Mouth Implants

Full Mouth Missing Teeth

Full Mouth Missing Teeth

Implant in less Bone

Multiple Missing Teeth

Multiple Missing Teeth

Full Mouth Missing Teeth

Full Mouth Dentist technically restores all the teeth in both the upper and lower jaw. Full mouth rehabilitation dentist typically involves using implants, posts, dental crowns or veneers as the need may be. Full mouth dentists are all-rounder’s in periodontists, oral surgeons, orthodontists and endodontist. The need to visit a full mouth dentist may arise from missing teeth, moving teeth or multiple decayed teeth.

Full Mouth Cosmetics

dental filling and root canal

Smile Makeover

Bite Alignment Before After

Smile Makeover

Smile Makeover

Full Mouth Root Canals

Look out for root canal dentist near me. Full mouth dentists treating multiple root canals would require good expertise in treating Root canals wherein the infection reaches the pulp. A filling will not help in treating the infection which has reached the pulp. Even the antibiotics will not resolve the infection completely. Hence, a well performed treatment is a pre-requisite for a successful outcome and to restore the function of the tooth after root canal treatment.

Crooked Teeth

Bite Alignment

Teeth Correction

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full Mouth Makeover

Full Mouth Makeover

Smile Makeover

Dental crowns can restore both the function and beauty of teeth that have been cracked, chipped, or damaged. At Royal Dental Clinics, we provide custom-fit porcelain dental crowns to patients in single sitting. Our crownsare made in our in-house dental laboratory by CAD-CAM in SAPTeeth material. A dental crown will enhance the appearance of the damaged tooth. More importantly, a dental crown will restore the tooth’s natural function. Your tooth crown will enable you to bite, chew, smile and speak naturally.

Before Treatment

root canal xray

After Treatment

root canal xray

Why get a root canal treatment done in the first place? In laymen terms, a root canal is a procedure used for tooth infection treatment which has to be put under pressure to prevent infection from spreading. Root canals done by creating a hole through the tooth and injecting a medication to kill the bacteria in the tooth. The medication injection at the level of the pulp or lingual nerves.  It is a simple procedure which doesn’t have any side effects and hence requires little anesthesia and comfort during the procedure.

Before Treatment

tooth filling

After Treatment

tooth filling

Tooth decay that occurs when the minerals your teeth, namely the calcium and phosphorous, are chemically dissolved by oral bacteria. You might not know it, but bacteria is everywhere — including in your mouth. These bacteria are no cause for alarm, they don’t pose any serious health risks unless you have immune system deficiency. Fillings are one of the most common treatments for cavities. In this procedure, the dentist will remove infected material from your tooth, clean the remaining tooth thoroughly, and then fill the cavity with a substance that will strengthen your tooth and protect it from further decay. Common filling materials include composite resins, dental crowns, and gold fillings.

Before Treatment

root canal

After Treatment

root canal

Root canal treatment for tooth cavity: If you have advanced decay in your root (the portion of your tooth that extends below the gum line), your dentist may recommend a root canal. In this procedure, your dentist will remove the infected tissue and replace it with a filling. Root canals are often thought of as the “last resort” treatment, as they are difficult and time-consuming to perform.

Multiple Root Canals

Multiple Root Canal

Root Canal with Crown

Root Canal with Crown

Root canal treatment for tooth cavity: If you have advanced decay in your root (the portion of your tooth that extends below the gum line), your dentist may recommend a root canal. In this procedure, your dentist will remove the infected tissue and replace it with a filling. Root canals are often thought of as the “last resort” treatment, as they are difficult and time-consuming to perform.

Dental Filling

Dental Filling Composite

Single Tooth Composite

Single Tooth Composite

These small damages to teeth are very common in this fast pace world. If your tooth is broken, chipped, or fractured, see your dentist as soon as possible. Otherwise, your tooth could be damaged further or become infected, possibly causing you to end up losing the tooth. Cracked teeth are extremely painful and may cause an infection, if not treated immediately. A cracked tooth may or may not show any signs of a breakage on the outside. It could be on the inside of the tooth that is not visible from outside.

Before Treatment

Scaling and Root Planning

After Treatment

After Scaling and Root Planning

Before Treatment

After Ongoing Maintenance

After Treatment

Ongoing Maintenance

Before Treatment

teeth

After Treatment

teeth

Case Study

Supportive Periodontal Therapy

Gummy Smile

Smile Correction

SAPTeeth Crowns

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Natural-looking Crowns

Smile Makeover