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Step 1 – You initiate an enquiry and we respond to that
We believe in responding to every communication we receive within 24 hours.

Step 2 – You have booked an appointment
After you have booked an appointment online or telephonically we confirm the same and at times we could even call you to ensure that we clearly understand your needs

Step 3 – Planning the treatment schedule
Once you meet us for a consultation our team will listen and put on record everything that is discussed about the treatment. We will discuss and answer every doubt and also offer alternatives before we confirm the treatment plan that is most suitable to your dental treatment. Importantly we are completely transparent with the information, procedures and the pricing regarding the treatment of your choice and we share all this with you before treatment commences.

Step 4 – Confirming treatment schedule
Only after receiving and fully agreeing to the mutually agreed upon treatment plan do we arrange the first appointment to commence your dental procedure.

Step 5 – Commencing treatment
On the day of your treatment appointment your dental care procedure will commence in accordance to the mutually agreed treatment schedule. You are encouraged to ask any questions during the procedure so that there is no doubt about the desired result. We will constantly update you on your progress of the same.

Step 6 – Follow up treatment
Once your treatment procedure commences we also keep track about important post treatment care schedules that you should follow. We advice you and also update you on the same.
What are the obvious benefits of Esthetic Dentistry?
Esthetic Dentistry provides more than just a beautiful smile and a healthy mouth. In fact, esthetic dentistry has shown to improve a person's emotional well-being by boosting self-image and making people more confident.

How definitive are Cosmetic Dentistry procedures? How long do they last?
With regular visits to the dentist once in every six months cosmetic dentistry procedures can have long-lasting effects.

Is Cosmetic Dentistry painful with a loss of blood during procedure?
No. With innovative local anesthetic and prophylactic analgesics the procedure is almost painless.

What is the cost of cosmetic dentistry procedures?
Cost of various procedures including dental implants cost varies from case to case and radiological and clinical findings.

What are the precautions to be taken before treatment?
Patients have to undergo necessary medical / pathological tests (if required) suggested by the dental surgeon.

What are the precautions to be taken after treatment?
Avoid eating hard objects like beetle net, chewing on ice.
Refrain from smoking.
Follow the instructions according to specific procedure performed.
Regular recall visits to the dental clinic.
1. What is an Implant?
A dental implant is a small "anchor" made of titanium. It is inserted into the jawbone to take the place of your missing tooth root. After osseointegration, or when the surrounding bone has attached to the implant, a replacement tooth is secured to the top of the implant.

2. Will my new teeth look natural?
Your new teeth will look and feel like your natural teeth.

3. Am I a good candidate for dental implants?
If you are healthy enough to have a tooth extracted, you are probably healthy enough to have an implant. General good health and adequate bone in the jaw are the key requirements. Anyone who is missing one or more teeth due to injury, disease or decay may be a candidate for dental implants.

4. How successful is the procedure?
For more than three decades, dental implants have been used successfully with people just like you. Good oral hygiene is an important factor in insuring long lasting results from your implants.

5. Is the procedure painful?
Anesthesia is used during the surgical procedure to eliminate any discomfort. Your doctor may prescribe pain medication for any discomfort after surgery. Most patients indicate that the discomfort is minimal once they arrive at home. Many feel great the next day and are able to return to work.

6. How much will the treatment cost?
The cost will be determined by the number of implants that will be placed, the type of prosthesis recommended and your particular case. This can only be determined after a thorough examination by your dentist.

7. Will my insurance pay for implants?
Your insurance coverage will depend on your individual plan. It may be possible to obtain additional coverage. Check with your insurance company to see if they can extend your plan.

8. How long will it take?
The dental implant process involves several steps and the overall treatment period varies greatly by patient. The typical treatment time lasts several months, but in some cases implants can be placed and restored immediately.

9: What about eating after implant surgery?
It’s generally important to avoid exposing any recent surgical site in the mouth to food if possible. A good rule of thumb is to eat soft, nutritious foods and keep well hydrated. Your dentist will recommend a diet and instructions on how to care for your new implants during healing.

10. How long does healing and construction of the replacement teeth (implant crowns) take?
The entire process usually takes about two to nine months, depending on your treatment plan. There are two main phases: First the implants have to heal by fusing to the bone, and then the tooth replacement restorations have to be fabricated and attached.

11. How long do dental implants last?
Once a dental implant has fused to the bone successfully and it is functional, it should last many years if cared for properly. Many implants have now been in place for more than 40 years.

12.Can my body reject a dental implant, and if so what then?
Rejection of dental implants because of an allergy to titanium is extraordinarily rare, but it can happen. Occasionally an implant also doesn’t “take” or fuse to the bone the first time, either because it develops a capsule of fibrous tissue around it instead of fusing to the bone, or it gets infected. In either case it is simply removed and the site is allowed to heal. Then your surgeon can place another implant, which will integrate with the bone normally.