Dental

Our teeth and oral health can be a window to the overall condition of our body and organs, and that is why dental care is an important branch medicine that focuses on holistic health.

State-of-the-Art
Facilities-Dental

State-of-the-Art operation theatre

Highly-qualified dental professionals

Dedicated diagnostic and laboratory facility.

Experienced dental nurses

State-of-the-Art
Facilities-Dentistry

State-of-the-Art CT

Latest 3D imaging techniques

Micro-vascular surgical equipments

High-precision X-ray for facial and dental imaging

MRI

Dental problems
treated in the Department

This is the most common dental condition often seen in children, but may also be found in adults.

When food that is high in starch and sugars gets deposited on the teeth, bacteria that live in the mouth feed on these materials and damage the outer covering called the enamel.

This causes holes called cavities to form on the teeth.

This is a mild condition that is characterised by swelling and irritation of the gums, mostly caused by plaque build-up and bacteria in and around the teeth and gums.

When oral hygiene is neglected for a long time, gingivitis can progress to a more serious infection and inflammation of the gums and surrounding bones, resulting in bleeding gums and even tooth loss.

Root infection of the teeth occurs when a dental cavity is left untreated for long and bacterial infection reaches the tooth pulp, affecting the blood vessels and nerves.

It is characterised by debilitating pain and pus accumulation.

This is when an individual experiences physical injury to the mouth or dental structure including the teeth, gums, jaw, lip, bones supporting the tooth and gums or the soft tissues inside the mouth. It is usually caused by a fall or accident.

While tooth loss in babies and children is normal as it is a natural process wherein the tooth is replaced by an adult one, in older people, tooth loss can be a sign of infection, trauma or sometimes a lifestyle disorder such as diabetes or blood pressure.

Signs that indicate you
should see a Dentist

Sharp or sudden pain while chewing
certain foods

Bad breath

Sensitivity to hot or cold
foods

Loss of teeth

Chronic toothache that radiates to the
jaw

Fever and swelling in the mouth

Signs that indicate you
should see a Dentist

Sharp or sudden pain while chewing certain foods

Bad breath

Sensitivity to hot or cold foods

Loss of teeth

Chronic toothache that radiates to the jaw

Fever and swelling in the mouth

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Our Special Treatments
Dental

  • Root Canal Treatment

  • Tooth extractions

  • Scaling/Teeth whitening

  • Restorations

Our Special Treatments
Dentistry

  • Management of impacted teeth and oral lesions

  • Surgery to correct developmental defects

  • Cleft lip and palate/Cosmetic surgery

  • Surgery for jaw and facial pain

  • Dental Implant surgery

About
Dental

Our teeth and oral health can be a window to the overall condition of our body and organs, and that is why dental care is an important branch medicine that focuses on holistic health. Dental care is important to preserve not only our teeth and smile but, also prevent serious medical conditions.

The dental department at Hindu Mission Hospital has all the advanced facilities that cater to the varied needs and oral health issues of children, teens, adults and patients with special healthcare needs.

We have experienced and well-qualified doctors, who perform different types of delicate and precise procedures.

The department offers both routine and specialised diagnostic procedures and treatments including oral and maxillofacial surgery, conservative and restorative treatment, orthodontics, periodontics, prosthetic replacement dentistry and endodontic procedures.

The goal of our dental specialists is to ensure utmost care when it comes to managing something as precious as your smile.

About
Dentistry

This is a branch of advanced dentistry and medicine that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of various disorders involving face, neck, mouth and jaw.

Oral and maxillofacial (OM) surgeons are able to address complex problems that range from impacted teeth and oral lesions and infections, to corrective surgeries for the jaw and cancers of the head and neck.

 In HMH, our highly-skilled OM surgeons are trained to detect, effectively treat and manage complicated ailments that are not just clinically challenging but also need aesthetic expertise.