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Cosmetic Dentist - We Believe in Patient Focused Care

By Dr. Rajesh Nawal

Cosmetic Dentist – We Believe in Patient Focused Care

Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improving the appearance of your mouth, teeth, and smile. If you have misaligned or broken teeth, or if you are just looking to improve your smile in any way, we have a wide range of cosmetic procedures from veneers to professional home whitening. Scroll down for more information on our cosmetic treatments and procedures.


Treatments Followed in Cosmetic Dentistry

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening also known as teeth bleaching is a simple, safe and effective method of creating a whiter and brighter smile. Research suggests that brightening your smile can make you look healthier, as well as younger and more attractive. There are many different methods available for teeth whitening, such as chemical whitening and abrasive brightening. At the Nawal’s ivory dental implant clinics, where possible, we want to use the most highly effective, and no – intrusive methods to achieving desired results.

What Causes Stained Teeth

There are many contributing factors that can cause stains to teeth. Discoloration to teeth usually begins in your late 20s and early 30s, as the outer layer of the teeth, also known as tooth enamel, starts to become thinner with age. Unfortunately, discoloration can also be hereditary, meaning due to genetics, you can be prone to early yellowing or discoloration of the teeth.

The biggest contributing factor to teeth staining is lifestyle, your diet has a large impact on your teeth. Tea, coffee, red wine as well as citrus and acidic foods can lead to teeth becoming stained.

Chemical damage such as medicines or tobacco also discolors teeth, these are usually called extrinsic stains, this is where the enamel of the tooth becomes marked. Many extrinsic type stains are reversible and can completely disappear using teeth whitening treatments.

What to Expect

Teeth whitening is an effective method in eliminating or reducing discoloration of teeth, by removing yellow and or brown extrinsic stains. Teeth can be brightened 4 or 5 shades alone in the first treatment and overall more than seven shades whiter with ongoing treatment. You and your dentist using a shade chart can decide the best and most appropriate shade to suit your smile.

Teeth whitening is not a permanent process although it will last longer depending on lifestyle, whitening usually lasts one to two years. After a teeth whitening treatment, teeth may have an increase of sensitivity for one or two days, however, this will not have any lasting effect or damage to teeth.

Teeth whitening procedures are highly effective in removing different kinds of stains, although they may not completely eliminate some stains, it should be noted that the darker the stain i.e brown or black, the tougher it will be to remove. There are two different types of stains which can cause discoloration to the teeth, these are intrinsic and extrinsic stains.

Extrinsic stains are the discoloration of the outer layer of the teeth, these stains are superficial, meaning that they can be removed from teeth whitening, bleaching and or polishing.

In some cases, the tooth’s inner structure becomes discolored, giving teeth a yellow or grey hue. The difference between extrinsic and intrinsic stains, is that intrinsic stains are deep within the tooth’s structure, therefore stains cannot be easily removed. Depending on the severity of the condition, some intrinsic stains can never be removed by means of bleaching or whitening. There are other treatments or procedures available for intrinsic stains, such as porcelain veneers. See our porcelain veneers page at the Brighton Implant clinic.

Intrinsic stains can be caused by different conditions and traumas to the teeth. An example of this is the use of tetracycline, an antibiotic. This medication taken by children at a young age during teeth development, can cause intrinsic stains that cannot be removed through teeth whitening. Trauma to teeth, causing blood vessel or nerve damage can also cause intrinsic stains, root canal treatment may be advisable here, as to prevent further staining to the teeth.


Fluoride is found in many foods, all drinking water, and is used as an active ingredient in many toothpastes. This mineral has been clinically proven to strengthen tooth enamel which helps build resilience against tooth decay. Overexposure to fluoride during early teeth development however can cause a dental condition called fluorosis. Fluorosis can be mild or severe, depending on the level of exposure. Mild fluorosis can lead to white lines, spots or streaks appearing on teeth. Teeth whitening can brighten your smile making the appearance of these marks less noticeable. In more severe cases, affected teeth may become pitted and develop grey, black or brown spots. In these cases, teeth whitening can not treat those affected teeth.t the Brighton Implant clinic.

Intrinsic stains can be caused by different conditions and traumas to the teeth. An example of this is the use of tetracycline, an antibiotic. This medication taken by children at a young age during teeth development, can cause intrinsic stains that cannot be removed through teeth whitening. Trauma to teeth, causing blood vessel or nerve damage can also cause intrinsic stains, root canal treatment may be advisable here, as to prevent further staining to the teeth.

Root canal treatment and Teeth Whitening

Root canal treatment may become a necessity in preventing further infection, decay, discoloration or tooth loss. Tooth whitening, such as Zoom whitening is an external agent used to whiten teeth. If a tooth or set of teeth becomes darkened following a root canal treatment, the dentist may be able to apply a bleaching agent internally within the tooth. This process is called non-vital whitening, which is where the tooth’s pulp chamber is thoroughly cleaned, disinfected and filled with a bleach – soaked cotton ball. This remains within the teeth pulp chamber, usually changed once a week. Over time the affected tooth or teeth will whiten from the inside out.

Cosmetic Bonding

Cosmetic bonding or tooth bonding is basically a dental procedure that involves using a composite resin to serve various cosmetic and structural purposes. Experts often say that it wouldn’t be wrong to compare dental bonding materials to the clay of a sculptor. With the use of composite resin bonding, dentists aim at restoring teeth that are chipped or broken while filling in gaps between teeth as well as enhancing the patient’s smile.

What is Cosmetic Bonding

During this process, fillings of composite resin applied to the back and front of the teeth. Composites are actually special solutions that promote restoration of decayed teeth, so that cosmetic improvements can be made and teeth can be reshaped. People looking forward to options for lightening stains on teeth, closing gaps between teeth and fixing crooked teeth seek the help of this dental procedure. The application of thin plastic coating on the front surface helps in hiding any flaws in the appearance of teeth. Once this is done, bonding materials are applied and sculpted, colored and eventually shaped to produce a satisfactory result. The plastic is then hardened by a high-intensity light with the surface being eventually polished.

Even though, traditional silver fillings tend to last about 6-7 years, the composites used in the bonding procedures can have a life of up to 11 years.

Which Bonding Strategy Would your Dentist Choose

Your dentist will decide on the appropriate dental bonding strategy based on your dental health condition, considering the area that needs to be corrected. In cases where smaller corrections are needed, the bonding procedure can be completed in a single visit with the color-matched filling being bonded to the tooth for maximum strength. However, when corrections are required at a larger scale, the procedure typically requires two visits. This procedure involves developing a mold of the teeth and positioning a temporary filling. A highly durable filling is later developed at the dental lab for fitting the mold made from the patient’s teeth. Usually, porcelain-based fillings are used for this procedure and the custom-fit fillings are then bonded to the tooth on the patient’s next visit.

About the Procedure

The process involves the application of a moderate etching solution to the teeth for the purpose of creating slight crevices in the enamel structure of the tooth. The small crevices offer a comparably rough surface allowing the resin to bond materials to the patient’s teeth. After this, resin is positioned on the patient’s tooth with high-intensity light bonding the resin onto the tooth’s surface. Following the application of the last coat, the material is sculpted for fitting the patient’s tooth, after which it is finally polished.

Tooth-Colored Restoration

Made from powdered glass and acrylic resins, composite fillings are the most cost-effective, resilient and aesthetically-pleasing type of filling. It is also the most popular amongst our patients. These fillings blend to your natural teeth and you couldn’t tell the difference!

Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that are bonded to the front surfaces of natural teeth to improve the appearance of your smile. Veneers are minimally invasive and are used to improve the shape and color of natural teeth.

Porcelain veneers can fix teeth that are discolored, worn down, misaligned, or have gaps between them. With veneers you can choose the shade and shape of teeth that best suits your smile.

Usually veneers are less than 1mm in thickness hence natural tooth material. In some cases no preparation of the tooth is needed at all. These custom-made porcelain facings are bonded to teeth using new generation adhesive techniques.

Advanced Ceramic Materials

We use Ivoclar Emax ceramics considered by dentists and technicians as the best veneer material in the world. With a 99% success rate Emax has become ‘the material’ of choice for beautiful natural-looking dental restorations. The ultra-thin Emax veneers are then bonded to the teeth using advanced predictable bonding techniques.

Emax veneers will not discolor over time, being a densely pressed ceramic they are impermeable to staining.

With regular dental and hygiene visits the restorations should last 15-20 years

Experienced Ceramists

Our dentists and dental technicians first design your new smile using wax on stone models. The new teeth are designed in line with the patient’s expectations. Unlike conventional veneer procedures we ensure that all patients see the end result on their own teeth before treatment starts. This is called a try-in.

Patients are able to see if they are happy with the shape and size of teeth before any preparation of the teeth is carried out. We want to be sure that you will be happy with the end result so we make sure that both the dentist and the patient are working towards the same goal.

Dental Crowns – An Ideal Way to Rebuild Teeth

Dental crowns are an ideal way to rebuild teeth that have been broken, or have been weakened by decay or a very large filling. A dental crown fits right over the remaining part of the tooth, making it strong and giving it the shape and contour of a natural tooth. Dental Crowns are sometimes also known as ‘Caps’. An ‘Anterior Crown’ is a term used to describe a crown fitted to the front eight teeth. Dental crowns can also be used to improve the appearance of damaged teeth or worn teeth.

Why Would I Need A Dental Crowns –

  1. A natural tooth may have broken and restored it with a filling is not possible
  2. To prevent a tooth breaking (which has been weakened by a large filling)
  3. You may have discolored fillings and would like to improve the appearance of the tooth.
  4. A tooth that has been root treated will need a crown to protect it.
  5. You may have had an accident and damaged the tooth. It may help hold a bridge or denture firmly in place.

Does it Hurt to have a Teeth prepared for a Dental Crowns?

No. A local anesthetic is used and the preparation should feel no different from a filling. If the tooth does not have a nerve, and a post-dental crown is being prepared, then local anesthetic may not be needed

How long Will Dental Crowns last?

The life of a dental crown will depend on how well it is looked after. The dental crown itself cannot decay, but decay can start where the edge of the crown joins the tooth. It is very important to keep this area as clean as your other teeth, or decay could endanger the crown. Properly cared for crowns will last for many years – your dentist will be able to tell you how long.


Will The Crown Feel Different

Because the shape of the crown will be slightly different from the shape of your tooth before it was crowned, you may be aware of it to begin with. Within a few days, it should feel fine, and you will not notice it. The crown may need some adjustment if it feels higher than the surrounding teeth. If it is at all uncomfortable ask your dentist to check and adjust it.

Orthodontic Treatment

At the Nawal’s ivory dental implant clinic in Jaipur, we provide fixed and removable orthodontics to both adults and children. Unlike the stereotypes of traditional braces, modern orthodontics is about the most effective, comfortable and even invisible solutions. Today, orthodontic treatment is more patient-focused than ever before, meaning there are many different types of braces available. Not only can you straighten your teeth as well as widen your smile. Our orthodontic treatment can also help the long – term health of your teeth, gums, and mandibular (jaw) function.

So, what is Orthodontics?

Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry, which specialists in the development of your teeth, jaw and face shape. This treatment has many health as well as aesthetic benefits. Orthodontics can correct crooked, misaligned and crowded teeth in addition to treating jaw misalignment.

Our Orthodontic Treatment Range


Unlike traditional metal braces, Invisalign is currently one of the most discrete types of braces in orthodontics. They are completely clear, invisible and removable, with minimal impact on day-to-day life. If you want to take them out for an important meeting, you can do it.

What Are They?

Invisalign aligners are made of a thermoplastic material uniquely developed for Invisalign treatment. They are thin but strong shells that clip over teeth (similar to whitening trays) see below.

How Does Invisalign Work?

The Invisalign aligners are custom – made specifically for your teeth. Your Invisalign straighteners are replaced every two weeks, they work by applying a little pressure, bit by bit, pulling your teeth into the correct position.

Functional Braces

This type of brace is used to widen the upper and lower arches or to help correct a bite or move single teeth.

What Are They?

Removable or functional braces are made from acrylic and metal. The plastic is used to make a plate to fit against your top or lower palate. Metal wires are fixed from either side. These wires grip around teeth and keep the brace in place.

How Do They Work?

These types of braces are not for procession, meaning they can move single teeth but cannot reposition multiple teeth simultaneously. This type of brace has the wire tightened as well as sometimes the plastic plate reshaped.

Metal Braces

These are what people usually think of when they think of braces in the traditional sense. What many people don’t know is that metal braces in modern orthodontics are a lot smaller as well as more comfortable. Metal braces are the most cost-effective as well as time effective in achieving results.

What Are They?

Metal braces are made of high-quality stainless steel or titanium and are made of three main parts. These are the brackets (stuck to the front of teeth) an archwire, which is a thin metal wire going through the middle of the brackets and ligature elastics that attach to each bracket holding the wire into place.

How Does Invisalign Work?

Once your braces are fitted, the archwire is set so that the brace applies a constant but not painful pressure on your teeth. This pressure helps move your teeth into the proper position. It may feel tight at first but this usually wears off after a couple of days. At each appointment, your orthodontist will tighten the archwires.

Clear Braces

These types of braces are nearly exactly the same as metal braces apart from instead of metal brackets, we use ceramic brackets, which match the color of teeth. This makes them almost invisible! Using ceramic is more expensive than metal braces because of the material used, but they are as effective as metal braces and other than the metal brackets which are switched for ceramic brackets the three main parts are the same.



Lingual braces, which translate to ‘tongue side’ braces, are another type of ‘invisible’ orthodontic treatment. These braces are very similar to metal braces, but the difference is, these braces are fitted behind the teeth instead of in front meaning they are virtually ‘invisible’.

These types of braces do take a little getting used to, but they have been proven to be as effective as metal braces and work by a similar method.



Crowded or misaligned teeth commonly mean that a person has a malocclusion, this simply means a misalignment or incorrect relationship between the teeth and the upper/lower jaw. What many people do not know is that having a malocclusion can lead to serious oral health problems.


  • Headaches.
  • Crooked or protruding teeth.
  • Discomfort when chewing or biting.
  • Jaw pain.
  • Breathing through the mouth rather than the nose.
  • Frequent biting of the inner cheeks and or tongue.
  • The shape of the face misaligned caused by the abnormal development of the teeth and jaw. An example of this is where the bottom jaw protrudes further than the upper also known as an underbite.
  • Speech impediment.
  • Teeth loosening.



Orthodontic treatment has many known – cosmetic benefits. If your teeth are misaligned, simple things such as maintaining good oral hygiene can be very difficult. Teeth that are crooked or contorted can cause ‘food traps’. Meaning, food can get trapped in areas, which are difficult or near impossible to clean. If food is not properly cleaned from teeth, this can cause plaque and tartar to build around teeth and gums. This is effectively full of bacteria, some harmful, which can cause not only oral health problems but problems to your overall health too.

Here are some of the non – cosmetic benefits of orthodontic treatment:


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Crowding of the teeth can create discomfort, where teeth shift and are forced forwards, backward or even rotated. Overcrowding can inhibit oral hygiene, meaning that you are more prone to oral diseases including gum disease – the leading cause of tooth loss.

BREATHING & SWALLOWING PROBLEMS (mostly occurring in sleep)

Orthodontic treatment can realign the jaw meaning that the relationship between the upper and lower arch meet properly when closed. This can prevent headaches, jaw pain or discomfort while chewing or biting and more.

Orthodontics can also be used to treat other health problems, such as a cleft lip/ palate or cases of Sleep Apnoea.



As your smile is individual to you, your treatment will be individual to you too. At the Nawals’s ivory dental clinic Jaipur, we provide you with a unique treatment plan specifically for you. This will give you options on the best as well as the most effective treatment for you, taking into consideration what you want as well as your lifestyle and cost. If you would like any more information or an evaluation, our talented orthodontist’s are situated at our clinic.

What You Want To Know About Cost

Lots of our patients want to know “how much do braces cost?” Orthodontic prices can vary, as not only is each treatment plan individual, it is dependable on your wants and needs as well as the range of solutions that we offer.

Dental Implants A Permanent Solution to Tooth Loss

By Dr. Rajesh Nawal

Dental Implants A Permanent Solution to Tooth Loss

If you’re suffering from failing teeth or tooth loss, dental implants could be the solution you’ve been looking for. Dental implants are the closest thing to having your permanent teeth back, in fact, they’re stronger than natural teeth and look as real as them too. Nawal’s Ivory dental implant clinic in jaipur is an ISO certified 9001: 2016 renowned for dental implant treatment, read more to find out what dental implants are and if they’re right for you!



Single Tooth Dental Implant Case (For Optimal Oral Health)

Have you ever thought how do dental implants actually work ? Are you missing a single or couple of your own natural teeth? A single tooth dental implant could be the solution. Dental implants are small titanium roots that are placed into the jaw bone in order to replace damaged or missing natural teeth. Dental implants were discovered many years ago and now becoming more popular as more and more people find out that dental implant treatment is predictable and safe.


Dental implants are small titanium roots that are placed into the jaw bone in order to replace damaged or missing natural teeth. Dental implants were discovered many years ago and now becoming more popular as more and more people find out that dental implant treatment is predictable and safe.


The process of having a dental implant usually requires that you attend a dental implant clinic in order to have a thorough examination. Even though dental implants are possible in many cases it is very important that you seek an experienced surgeon and clinic in order to carry out your dental implant treatment.


Radiographs and molds are usually made of your mouth in order to help the dentist better understand the whole dental implant treatment. The benefits and possible complications of the treatment are discussed with the patient and a treatment plan is provided to patients before starting any procedure.

Dental implants are successful in almost 98% of cases. Dental implants usually last for about 15 years. Sometimes one may lose small amounts of bone around dental implants, however, this is only a small number of cases when compared to the many implants that are placed each year.



Dental implants are the ideal treatment of choice for anyone lacking fixed teeth or who is unable to cope with removable dentures. Dental implants are fixed into the jaw bone hence they function and feel just like natural teeth.




Single And Multiple Missing Teeth

For Optimal Oral Health

Trying to cope with multiple missing teeth isn’t easy. If you are thinking of replacing multiple teeth one needs to consider the alternatives before making a decision of which treatment is best for you. Below there are the three main alternatives to multiple missing teeth



This is essentially a ‘false tooth’ or a ‘plate’. The removable denture is usually made of acrylic and it should fit in the mouth by way of an accurate snug fit.

Advantages of Removable Denture

  • A removable denture is the most affordable option
  • It can be made in 8 hours.
  • Aesthetically pleasant.
  • No surgery is needed, hence it’s simpler for both patient and dentist than the other alternatives
  • Causes no damage to the adjacent teeth

Disadvantages of Removable Denture

  • Not a permanent/fixed solution.
  • It can cause difficulty with speech and eating through movement.


This is also known as a ‘bridge’ and is different from a removable denture in that it is Fixed on the natural teeth. A Fixed Dental Bridge is not removable as it is cemented onto the adjacent natural teeth with dental cement. The Fixed Dental Bridge is made of metal and porcelain.


A dental implant acts like a fixed tooth in your mouth. It is the closest alternative to a natural tooth which is available today. A dental implant is the most conservative option of all three alternatives. Implants are made of titanium and act like artificial roots that support a crown.




We understand how hard life can be with missing or damaged teeth. Dentures or bridges are one solution, but they come with many disadvantages. People with dentures often worry about issues like plate slippage, so they have to avoid some of their favorite foods, like fresh fruit, corn on the cob, or a juicy steak. They often need to give up healthy activities such as swimming and dancing for fear of having their dentures slip, over even worse, fall out. Dentures are also a chore to take care of, and they tend to be uncomfortable for many people. They can also break or get lost. This affects a person’s true quality of life, making it difficult to manage many daily activities.

Although crowns are often a solution, they are not always a viable choice. Those with missing teeth have problems chewing and may feel self-conscious about having gaps in their smile. Over time, facial muscles tend to relax, which can cause sunken cheeks and changes in the shape of your face. Life simply is not the same. However, over the years, patients had to undergo a lengthy, difficult and expensive process if they needed to have a large number of teeth replaced with implants. Now with such advances in dental technology, procedures like all on 4 dental implants are relatively straight forward with minimal pain.



All on 4 dental implants are a newly available procedure to replace a full arch of teeth in one go. This revolutionary dental implant procedure allows implant surgeons to provide a natural-looking fixed set of replacement teeth in just one day, with only four implants necessary. Although in some cases more implants can be used, a minimum of 4 implants is needed in order to support a fixed dental bridge.


Using all on 4 dental implants, surgeons are able to provide a comprehensive oral rehabilitation solution to patients who suffer from tooth loss, or those who face a future of not having any teeth at all. We provide a free initial consultation with no obligation for patients considering all on 4 dental implants. During the free assessment, we can determine if this procedure is right for you, and then answer any questions you may have.

This type of tooth replacement technique, innovated by dental implant surgeon, Paolo Malo, enables the dental implant practitioner to replace a patient’s entire mouth of missing or failing teeth using only four prosthetic implants and a fixed non-removable and fully-customized dental bridge. While all on 4 dental implants may sound incredibly simplistic, the advantages it has over traditional tooth replacement and implant techniques have given it enormously-important status in the medical fields of dental implant and oral rehabilitation.

Also known as the “Smile in a Day” procedure, because the dental surgeon completes it in one day, the procedure for all on 4 dental implants allows the extraction of broken or decaying teeth and the placement of four tooth implants in the very same appointment. The Nawal’s Ivory Dental Implant Clinic in jaipur offers free no-obligation consultations, where our practitioners will explain how this procedure can provide a simple, effective and reliable solution to patients missing one or more teeth or facing the problems of fractured, decayed or loose teeth. In most cases, there is no bone grafting and fewer incisions are necessary, thereby shortening the healing time for patients. In fact, the All on 4 dental implants procedure is successful in more than 95% of all patients.


All on 4 dental implants are one of the most exciting options available today in implant dentistry because we are able to offer our patients the opportunity to feel like they have their own natural teeth back again. For many patients, due to the cost and many other factors, this was simply not possible with traditional implants. With all on 4 dental implants, many more patients now have the option to get fixed, permanent teeth at a considerably lower cost.

Ask us about all on 4 dental implants today!

What are Dental Implants Benefits Advantages of Dental Implants

By Dr. Rajesh Nawal

What are Dental Implants? Benefits Advantages of Dental Implants


A dental implant is a titanium post (like a tooth root) that is surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath the gum line that allows your dentist to mount replacement teeth or a bridge into that area. An implant doesn’t come loose like a denture can. Dental implants also benefit general oral health because they do not have to be anchored to other teeth, like bridges.

 What Are the Advantages of Dental Implants?

There are many advantages to dental implants, including:

  • Improved appearance. Dental implants look and feel like your own teeth. And because they are designed to fuse with bone, they become permanent.
  • Improved speech. With poor-fitting dentures, the teeth can slip within the mouth causing you to mumble or slur your words. Dental implants allow you to speak without the worry that teeth might slip.
  • Improved comfort. Because they become part of you, implants eliminate the discomfort of removable dentures.
  • Easier eating. Sliding dentures can make chewing difficult. Dental implants function like your own teeth, allowing you to eat your favorite foods with confidence and without pain.
  • Improved self-esteem. Dental implants can give you back your smile and help you feel better about yourself.
  • Improved oral health. Dental implants don’t require reducing other teeth, as a tooth-supported bridge does. Because nearby teeth are not altered to support the implant, more of your own teeth are left intact, improving long-term oral health. Individual implants also allow easier access between teeth, improving oral hygiene.
  • Durability. Implants are very durable and will last many years. With good care, many implants last a lifetime.
  • Convenience. Removable dentures are just that; removable. Dental implants eliminate the embarrassing inconvenience of removing dentures, as well as the need for messy adhesives to keep them in place.


  Can Anyone Get Dental Implants?

 In most cases, anyone healthy enough to undergo a routine dental extraction or oral surgery can be considered for a dental implant. Patients should have healthy gums and enough bone to hold the implant. They also must be committed to good oral hygiene and regular dental visits. Heavy smokers, people suffering from uncontrolled chronic disorders — such as diabetes or heart disease or patients who have had radiation therapy to the head/neck area need to be evaluated on an individual basis. If you are considering implants, talk to your dentist to see if they are right for you.

Missing a Single Tooth?

A dental implant is a most natural, predictable and functionally stable method of replacing a single missing tooth.


What are the advantages of a single-tooth implant over a bridge?

A dental implant provides several advantages over other tooth replacement options. In addition to looking and functioning like a natural tooth, a dental implant replaces a single tooth without sacrificing the health of neighboring teeth. The other common treatment for the loss of a single tooth, a tooth-supported fixed bridge, requires that adjacent teeth be ground down to support the cemented bridge.

In the long term, a single implant can be more esthetic and easier to keep clean than a bridge. Gums can recede around a bridge, leaving a visible defect when the metal base or collar of the bridge becomes exposed. Resorbed bone beneath the bridge can lead to an unattractive smile. And, the cement holding the bridge in place can wash out, allowing bacteria to decay the teeth that anchor the bridge.


  • Tooth lost due to infection, failed treatment, tooth decay, or gum disease
  • Tooth missing from birth
  • Accidental loss of tooth due to a sports injury or trauma


  • A Dental Implant provides the most natural and functionally stable tooth replacement
  • No need to damage adjacent teeth
  • No need to ‘tolerate’ a loose or uncomfortable denture
  • Predictable long-term success

Several missing teeth? Trouble chewing effectively? 

If you have just lost another molar tooth and you are concerned about your chewing effectiveness, or you have been unfortunate enough to have had an accident and lost or damaged some of your front teeth, then an Implant supported bridge could be the ideal answer for you. Two or more implants can be used to support several fixed teeth. Implant supported bridges are frequently used to improve chewing function, where several molar teeth have been lost or to replace front teeth lost in an accident. No need to wear an uncomfortable denture.


  • Several adjacent missing teeth?
  • Difficulty chewing effectively?
  • Concerned about ‘overloading’ remaining teeth?
  • Has an accident damaged several front teeth?


  • An implant supported bridge looks, feels and functions like the natural teeth.
  • Restores natural chewing movements, prevents ‘overloading’ remaining teeth
  • Fixed in place, no need to remove to clean
  • Most predictable long-term outcome, with highest success rates

SMILE SPOILERS like improper alignment of teeth, spacing between teeth, broken teeth, old fillings, attrition or wearing of enamel of teeth, smoking stains, yellow teeth, black gums, protruding teeth, jaw size discrepancies, gummy smile, fluorosis etc can be corrected and mended using a host of treatments like braces, veneers, bleaching and depigmentation.

Technological advancements are slowly decreasing the need for unsightly braces. Invisible aligners like INVISALIGN have done away with fixed wires and made the treatment invisible. Aligners are removable, transparent, do not cause food lodging, easier to maintain and patient acceptance is also better. Wilkodontics can decrease the duration of alignment treatment to as short as three months. VENEERS are instant smile correction techniques to make your smile radiant with the shape and size to suit your facial structure.

Anti-ageing treatments – restoration of lower facial height lost due to loss of enamel. LASER tooth whitening procedures are long lasting.

Most cosmetic problems also indicate an underlying functional problem – corrections will offer a better quality of life, early detection in childhood can simplify treatment.

BAD BREATH AND BLEEDING GUMS indicate gum disease which will soon lead to tooth loss. It may be due to aging, diabetes, pregnancy or genetics.

Technological advancements like LASERS ensures faster healing, less bleeding. Microscopic Dentistry improves precision. Nowadays targeted treatments and growth factors from one’s own body are also used for rapid healing. Cell culture technology are the latest developments.

Gum disease is usually due to plaque and calculus accumulation around the teeth. If addressed early, the tooth can be saved. Delay in treatment will result in tooth fall.

Sensitivity is usually an early symptom of decay, gum recession, over-zealous brushing or hard clenching or grinding habit.

Technological advancement like LASER Desensitisation, Dental loupes assisted root coverage procedures, tooth coloured fillings can cure sensitivity and save the teeth.

Before blindly following what the advertiser in the television tells, it is mandatory to check for the underlying reason and treat the same. In gum recession covering of the exposed, sensitive part of the root by gum treatments is done. Ignoring the symptom or resorting to over the counter relief measures – almost always leads to tooth loss.

PAIN in the tooth or mouth is usually due to deep decay in the tooth, wisdom tooth eruption, food collection inside gum pockets, ulcers or cracked tooth. The dentist will examine you and may need to take an x-ray to check the spread of infection.

Technological advancements like apex locators, flexible rotary tools, laser root canal, microscope assisted dentistry, have reduced the duration of treatment and the discomfort involved. Precious Metal Crowns improve durability and ensure zero allergies.

Do not use over the counter medication to treat dental pain. Clove oil cannot stop the spread of infection. If the cause of the pain is found early, the tooth can be restored to normal function.

Treatment Option

Root Canal Treatment

With luxurious ambiance, A-star hospitality, the Nawal’s Dental is a completely inimitable experience in Dentistry. Everything from the quality of the smiles that greet you to the smiles that leave the place is of a much higher stature.

With sophisticated technology and finest dentist in the world we practice almost painless procedure for a precise outcome. Our specialist in smile designing, laser dentistry, and sedation dentistry are determined to restore confident smile and to offset pain from dental procedures.

Now it is time for you to move over ordinary dental care, to get over your fear of dentists, to forget about cramped dental offices, painful treatments, and fear of catching infection due to a non-sterile atmosphere, inadequate infrastructure, and ill experienced dentists. It is time for you to Come and experience the dental care beyond the ordinary.

Fast Dental Treatment

Keeping up with changing times and tight schedules of patients, we have endeavored to keep treatment time and visits minimal. This in no way has been by virtue of compromising treatment quality. On the contrary, the best of machinery and materials have been sourced to ensure faster and more efficient working with the best possible end result.

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