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Dental Treatment

Dental Treatment


If you wish to flaunt a white, vibrant smile then pay attention to your toothpaste. We have been told about essential dental care since our early childhood. We already know that we must brush our teeth twice a day and visit a dentist at least once in 6 months. Despite keeping all these points in mind, we face some dental issues. While many of us have to regularly spend a lot of money on our dental health, we almost forget or ignore these reasons which cause some sort of problems:

  • Excessive brushing
  • Brushing immediately after eating too sweet or too acidic foods. You must avoid brushing teeth after you have had acidic food or desserts.
  • Do not add vinegar or lemon to your salad on a regular basis as this can be harmful. Such type of salad dressings should be avoided as much as possible.
  • Patients of Diabetes also suffer from tooth problems because this disease leads to increase in glucose levels in the body fluids, including saliva. Therefore, people with diabetes have more dental issues than those who do not have diabetes.
  • Tooth whitening procedures can also cause some damage to teeth mostly those that are done at home.
  • According to researches, excessive drinking or white and red vine can be damaging to teeth. While red wine can cause stains, white wine may lead to tooth decay.
  • It is a known fact that unhealthy eating snacks such as eating too much snacks can lead to tooth problems. Most often people who watch a lot of movies or play video games are more into unhealthy snacking.
  • While herbal teas are great for healthy, excessive herbal tea drinking habit can cause tooth damage if they are too acidic in nature.

Some of the treatments for dental problem are mentioned and explained.



The modern dental materials have created more comfortable, durable and better dentures than ever. They also fit better.

The sole aim of all these great advancements is to help you have a better looking and confident smile and to help you remain free from dental problems.

  • Restores your youthful appearance
  • Eliminates embarrassment
  • Enables you to speak more clearly
  • Help you feel better about yourself
  • Allows you to comfortably eat most of the foods you love
  • May even improve digestion!


Crowns are tooth-shaped cap that is placed

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth -- to cover the tooth to restore its shape and size, strength, and improve its appearance.

The crowns, when cemented into place, fully cover the entire visible portion of a tooth that lies at and above the gum line. As compared to crowns, filling only fill or cover a small portion of tooth. A crown becomes the tooth's new outer surface because it covers the tooth completely.

Crowns are usually made of porcelain, metal or a combination of both.While porcelain is some sort of dental ceramic, the metal can be gold or metal alloy. Dental crowns are also called "dental caps" and "tooth caps."

Need of Dental Crowns:-

A) To restore a tooth to its original shape.

B) To strengthen a tooth.

A) To improve the cosmetic appearance of a tooth.

Need of Dental Crowns:-

A dental bridge is made up of two or more crowns and is placed on either side of the gap. These false teeth are known aspontics. They are made of gold, alloys, porcelain, or a combination of these materials. A fixed bridge is used to fill in the place of one or more missing teeth. While removable partial dentures can be removed, fixed bridges cannot be taken out of your mouth.

A cantilever bridge is use in the areas under less stress, such as your front teeth. These bridges are used when on the open side there is only one side. Bridges have various benefits as they reduce the risk of diseases and help correct some bite issues. They my also improve speech in some cases. The person with bridges has to maintain oral hygiene and the bridge may last for as many as 10 years.


  1. Traditional Fixed Bridge
  2. Cantilever Bridges
  3. Resin Bonded Bridges


  1. Bleaching Teeth
  2. Braces
  3. Fillings - Amalgam & Composite
  4. Dental Surgery
  5. Root Canal
  6. Scaling - Root Planing
  7. Extractions
  8. Teeth Whitening
  9. Veneers

At IMH, we provide you with appropriate treatment as per your requirement. We have highly professional and skilled ophthalmologists from across the country. They help you get proper treatment considering the preference and urgency. We aim at providing affordable, comfortable and reliable Med Treatment India.

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