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Muskan Dental and Implant Centre

Sudhir Yadav

Dental Oral Implantologist

About us


DENTAL AND IMPLANT CENTRE

1998

WELCOME TO MUSKAN DENTAL

Muskan Dental Clinic is an innovation of two brains, who in the year 1999 brought into existence what we see as Muskan Dental Clinic. As the name suggests has the sole goal to give beautiful smiles to their beautiful patients. Yes, of course, there are a few smiles that don’t need us but for the rest, we are always there for you. At this clinic, we keep adapting new technologies and upgrading ourselves.

A dream doesn't become reality through magic. It takes sweat, determination, and hard work. It has been a long journey that we have travelled down this road and it took us a long time and a roller coaster ride to achieve what we have today. Dr.Sudhir and Dr.Archna went ahead with this idea only and only because they truly believed in one thing that is "If you can dream it you can do it". Also, the thought behind was "Do not wait, the time will never be just right start where you stand and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along."We are working hard for past few years so that we can make our dream a reality and today we can proudly say that we have attained that as well. Our dream was to give tooth in an hour to the patient and have successfully brought this into reality using the various digital means incorporated by us. We can very proudly say that Muskan Dental Clinic is one of the elite clinic which provides tooth in an hour to the patient, a concept totally new to dentistry.

LATEST EQUIPMENTS

Computer Guided Surgeries & Implants

Digital Smile Design (DSD)

3D Intraoral Scan

teKscan

Bio-Laser

Magnetic Mallet

  • Monday: 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
  • Thursday: 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
  • Friday: 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
  • Saturday: 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
  • Sunday: 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM

Services


Dental Implants

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots typically made of titanium, surgically placed into the jawbone beneath the gum line. They serve as a stable foundation for replacement teeth such as crowns, bridges, or dentures. Dental implants mimic the function and appearance of natural teeth, providing a durable and long-term solution for individuals with missing teeth.

Dental Implants

Invisible Aligners

Invisible aligners are a type of orthodontic treatment that uses clear, removable trays to gradually straighten teeth. They are an alternative to traditional braces, providing a more discreet option for individuals seeking to correct misalignments or achieve a better bite.

Invisible Aligners

Orthodontics (Braces)

Orthodontics (Braces)
  • Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis, prevention, and correction of misaligned teeth and jaws. The most common treatment associated with orthodontics is the use of dental braces. Braces are devices designed to gradually move teeth into their desired positions, improving their alignment and creating a more harmonious bite.
  • Orthodontic treatment goes beyond cosmetic concerns; it can also address issues such as crowded or spaced teeth, overbites, underbites, and crossbites. The process often involves the use of braces, which consist of brackets attached to the teeth and wires that are adjusted over time to guide tooth movement. Other orthodontic appliances, such as aligners, may be used for certain cases.
  • Orthodontic treatment is not limited to children; adults can also benefit from braces or other orthodontic interventions to correct misalignments and improve oral health. Regular follow-ups with an orthodontist are necessary throughout the treatment to monitor progress and make adjustments as needed.

Endodontics (RCT)

Endodontics, often referred to as root canal treatment (RCT), is a branch of dentistry that deals with the study and treatment of dental pulp and the tissues surrounding the roots of teeth. Root canal treatment involves removing infected or damaged pulp from the tooth, cleaning and shaping the root canals, and then filling them to prevent further infection. It's a procedure to save a tooth that might otherwise need to be extracted due to severe decay or injury.

Endodontics (RCT)

Pediatric dentistry(child dentistry)

Pediatric dentistry(child dentistry)
  • Pediatric dentistry, also known as child dentistry, is a specialized field of dentistry that focuses on the oral health and dental care of children from infancy through adolescence. Pediatric dentists undergo additional training beyond dental school to address the unique needs and concerns associated with children's oral development.
  • These dentists provide a range of services, including preventive care (such as cleanings and fluoride treatments), early detection and treatment of dental issues, guidance on proper oral hygiene habits, and education for both parents and children on maintaining good oral health.
  • Pediatric dentists also often create a child-friendly and comforting environment in their practices to help children feel at ease during dental visits. This specialized care is crucial for establishing positive oral health habits early in life and preventing potential dental problems.

Professional Teeth Whitening

Professional teeth whitening is a dental procedure performed by a dentist or dental professional to lighten the color of the teeth. It involves the use of a bleaching agent, often containing hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide, applied to the teeth. This treatment is more concentrated and controlled than over-the-counter whitening products, leading to more effective and quicker results. Professional teeth whitening can help remove stains and discoloration, enhancing the overall brightness of the smile.

Professional Teeth Whitening

Periodontics (gum treatment)

Periodontics (gum treatment)
  • Periodontics is a dental specialty that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases that affect the supporting structures of the teeth, primarily the gums and the underlying jawbone. The supporting structures are collectively known as the periodontium. Periodontal diseases, such as gingivitis and periodontitis, involve inflammation and infection of the gums and can lead to damage or loss of teeth if left untreated.
  • Gingivitis Treatment: Gingivitis is the early stage of gum disease characterized by inflammation of the gums. Periodontists address gingivitis through professional cleanings, oral hygiene education, and sometimes, antimicrobial treatments.
  • Periodontitis Treatment: Periodontitis is a more advanced form of gum disease where there is damage to the supporting structures of the teeth. Treatment may involve scaling and root planing (deep cleaning), gum surgery, and other procedures to manage and reverse the disease.
  • Gum Grafting: In cases of gum recession, where the gum tissue has pulled away from the teeth, periodontists may perform gum grafting procedures to restore and augment gum tissue.
  • Dental Implants: Periodontists often specialize in the placement of dental implants. Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are surgically placed into the jawbone to support replacement teeth.
  • Regular visits to a periodontist are essential for maintaining good gum health, preventing periodontal diseases, and addressing any issues that may arise. Periodontics plays a crucial role in preserving the stability and health of the teeth and their supporting structures.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full Mouth Rehabilitation
  • Full mouth rehabilitation, also known as full mouth reconstruction or restoration, is a comprehensive and individualized dental treatment that addresses and improves the health, function, and aesthetics of the entire mouth. This extensive process is often undertaken for patients with multiple dental issues or complex oral health problems.
  • Comprehensive Evaluation: The dentist conducts a thorough examination, which may include X-rays, impressions, and other diagnostic tests to assess the condition of the teeth, gums, jaw joints, and overall oral structures.
  • Treatment Planning: Based on the evaluation, a customized treatment plan is developed to address the specific needs and concerns of the patient. This plan may involve a combination of restorative, prosthetic, periodontal, and orthodontic procedures.
  • Restorative Dentistry: Procedures such as dental crowns, bridges, and fillings may be used to repair or replace damaged or missing teeth. Restorative dentistry aims to restore both function and aesthetics.
  • Prosthodontics: Full mouth rehabilitation may involve the use of prosthetic devices such as dentures, partial dentures, or dental implants to replace missing teeth and restore proper chewing function.
  • Orthodontics: If misalignments or bite issues are present, orthodontic treatments may be included to improve the alignment of the teeth and jaw.
  • Periodontal Treatment: Addressing gum disease and ensuring the health of the supporting structures is crucial. Periodontal treatments may include scaling and root planing, gum grafting, or other procedures.
  • Full mouth rehabilitation requires coordination between various dental specialists, including prosthodontists, oral surgeons, periodontists, and orthodontists. The goal is to enhance the patient's oral health, function, and aesthetics comprehensively. The process can have a significant impact on both the functional and cosmetic aspects of a person's smile.

Oral surgery (wisdom tooth removal)

Oral surgery (wisdom tooth removal)
  • Oral surgery is a specialized field of dentistry that involves surgical procedures on the mouth and jaw. One common oral surgery procedure is the removal of wisdom teeth, also known as third molars. Wisdom teeth are the last set of molars that typically emerge in late adolescence or early adulthood.
  • Impaction: Wisdom teeth may not fully emerge from the gum line, causing impaction. This can lead to pain, infection, or damage to adjacent teeth.
  • Crowding: The limited space in the jaw may result in the misalignment of existing teeth when wisdom teeth come in.
  • The oral surgery procedure for wisdom tooth removal involves the extraction of one or more teeth. This is often done under local anesthesia, and in some cases, sedation may be used to ensure the patient's comfort. The oral surgeon will make an incision in the gum, remove any bone blocking access to the tooth, and then extract the tooth.
  • Infection: Wisdom teeth can be difficult to clean, leading to an increased risk of cavities and gum disease.
  • Recovery typically involves following post-operative care instructions, which may include pain management, avoiding certain foods, and maintaining good oral hygiene. Oral surgery extends beyond wisdom tooth removal and may include procedures like jaw surgery, dental implant placement, and treatment of oral pathologies.

Prosthodontics (crowns, bridges and dentures)

Prosthodontics (crowns, bridges and dentures)
  • Prosthodontics is a dental specialty focused on the restoration and replacement of missing or damaged teeth. Prosthodontists are trained to address a variety of dental issues, including the design, fabrication, and fitting of dental prostheses. Common prosthetic devices in prosthodontics include crowns, bridges, and dentures.
  • Crowns (Caps): These are tooth-shaped covers that are placed over a damaged or weakened tooth. Crowns provide strength, improve appearance, and can be made from various materials such as metal, porcelain, or a combination of both.
  • Bridges: Dental bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth. They consist of artificial teeth (pontics) that are anchored to adjacent natural teeth or dental implants. Bridges help restore the aesthetics and functionality of the dental arch.
  • Dentures: Dentures are removable replacements for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. There are two main types: partial dentures, which replace a few missing teeth, and complete dentures, which replace all teeth in an arch. Dentures are custom-made to fit a patient's mouth and improve chewing, speaking, and appearance.
  • Prosthodontists work closely with patients to assess their oral health, create treatment plans, and design and implement prosthetic solutions tailored to individual needs. The goal is to restore and enhance both the function and aesthetics of a patient's smile.

X-Ray

X-Ray
  • In dentistry, X-ray and OPG (Orthopantomogram) are imaging techniques used to capture detailed images of the oral structures, including teeth, jawbone, and surrounding tissues.
  • Dental X-ray: This is a general term for various types of X-rays used in dentistry. Intraoral X-rays involve placing a small sensor inside the mouth to capture images of individual teeth. These are commonly used for detecting cavities, evaluating tooth roots, and monitoring overall tooth health. Extraoral X-rays, on the other hand, capture images outside the mouth and include OPG.
  • OPG (Orthopantomogram): OPG is a specific type of extraoral dental X-ray that provides a panoramic or wide-angle view of the entire upper and lower jaws. This single X-ray image includes all teeth, jaw joints, and surrounding structures. OPGs are particularly useful for comprehensive assessments, such as evaluating the development and position of wisdom teeth, planning orthodontic treatment, assessing jaw disorders, and planning for dental implants.
  • Both X-rays and OPGs play crucial roles in diagnosing dental issues and planning appropriate treatments. They offer valuable insights into areas of the mouth that may not be visible during a regular dental examination, helping dentists and specialists make informed decisions about oral health care.

General Dental Check-Up

A general dental check-up is a routine examination performed by a dentist to assess and maintain oral health. During the check-up, the dentist typically examines your teeth, gums, and overall oral cavity. They may look for signs of cavities, gum disease, or other dental issues. X-rays may be taken to get a more detailed view. The dentist may also check for signs of oral cancer and evaluate your bite and jaw joint function. Regular dental check-ups are essential for preventive care and early detection of any potential dental problems.

General Dental Check-Up

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Dr. Sudhir Yadav
Dr. Sudhir Yadav
Senior Dental Surgeon

Dr. Archana Yadav
Dr. Archana Yadav
Senior Dental Surgeon

Dr. Amarjot Kaur
Dr. Amarjot Kaur
Senior Dental Surgeon

Dr. Paroma Sinha
Dr. Paroma Sinha
Endodontist

Dr Amit Labroo
Dr Amit Labroo
Orthodontist

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