The Dental Specialists has invested heavily in acquiring the latest technologies across different type of dental treatments. While we keep acquiring and updating ourselves around new treatment technologies, we have listed here some of our dental equipment that would give you a fair idea about some of the tech we use in our dental hospital.
Major methods of sterilization include the use of steam pressure (Autoclave), dry heat and chemical method. The standards of hygiene and sterilization techniques are very important to treat any patient successfully. The Dental Specialists equipped with Modern and world class Sterilization equipment. The Dental Specialists uses either sterilized material or disposables. The Clinical Staff are trained in modern sterilization techniques supported by the modern equipment.
All the instruments are sterilized using this technique where in all the micro-oraganisms including pores. Additionally following the sterilization each instrument is wrapped and sealed to avoid any kind of contamination.
Ultrasonic instrument cleaning systems are used for cleaning instruments. The clinics follow the highest standards in sterilization processes with best in class sterilization equipment.
They are used for sterilization of files and reamers and other instruments, which are used for root canal treatment.
Chemical sterilization (fumigation): this machine is used for the disinfection of the hospital.
Portable machines are used to make the patient more comfortable especially during the surgery. It is highly useful for old patients, children and physically challenged patients.
In-house CT Scan facility for patient convenience.
CAD/CAM dentistry is an area of dentistry utilizing computer aided design and computer aided manufacturing to produce different types of dental restorations, including crowns, crown lays, veneers, inlays and on lays, fixed bridges, dental implant restorations and orthodontic appliances. CAD/CAM complements earlier technologies used for these purposes by any combination of increasing the speed of design and creation; increasing the convenience or simplicity of the design, creation, and insertion processes.
The desire for whiter teeth has been the inspiration for the invention of this technology. The dental specialists comforts you with ‘One-sitting’ light activated teeth whitening system with immediate outcome. Cosmetic dentistry has been most convincing treatments at the dental specialists due to our best results. Key advantages of light activated teeth whitening includes : Less time, No pain and discomfort, Immediate results.
This technology yields fast results with a minimum of pain, swelling, and post-operative problems, this new branch of dentistry may be for any of you. Laser dentistry offers a long-lasting and highly effective alternative to painful and noisy drilling procedures. Lasers can now be used to perform a variety of functions, including bleaching, cavity removal, restoration, and periodontal surgery. These lasers work with other agents to achieve results. Lasers can also remove plaque and dental decay from a cavity-affected tooth, preparing it for a filling. Finally, it can help in periodontal (gum-related) problems. Lasers can be used to reshape gums, remove excess or affected gum tissue in gum disease sufferers, and remove bacteria from pockets created between diseased gums and teeth.
The patient directly can view the problem present in his/her mouth and so the dentist better explains the problem.
Dental Implants: Dental implants are now the standard of care for missing teeth. Better than crown and bridge, they look, feel and function like natural teeth.
Adhesives : the dental specialists uses several unique bonding systems which enable the dental professional to bond directly or indirectly to enamel and dentin.
Orthodontics: The dental specialists uses the latest technology in orthodontics which are less appealing and more comfortable to the patient. Ceramic braces, clear path and invisilign are recent advances in orthodontics.
Preventive dental products: highly adhesive materials used during in-office procedures to address and prevent early-onset of patient tooth decay.