FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs

What is included in the dental check-up?

In order to increase public awareness about the importance of dental health, Sabka dentist provides all dental check-ups and consultations at no charges. The complete dental check-up at Sabka dentist includes:-
Examining the gums
Looking for signs of gum disease
Checking for loose teeth
Examining your tongue
Checking your bite
Looking for visual
evidence of tooth decay
Checking for broken teeth
Checking for damaged fillings
Looking for changes in the gums covering teeth
Evaluating any dental appliance you have
Checking the contact between your teeth
Taking X-rays

How do I get dental check up at no charges?

You can book a Dental Check-up by calling on 022-64648484 or you can request an appointment online.

How much time is required to get teeth straightened? What are the charges for it?

The period may vary from 1-5 years depending on the misalignment of the teeth.

We have nine different types of braces, and the starting prices are as follows. These may vary from case to case, but one of our specialist doctors would be able to provide an exact quote after seeing you.
Braces – Metallic: Rs. 20,225
Braces – Ceramic: Rs. 28,575
Braces – 3M Metal (self-ligating): Rs. 52025
Invisible Braces – Lingual: Rs. 86,875
3M-Metallic Braces: Rs.34,375
3M-Ceramic Braces Self Ligating: Rs.62,775
3M-Clear Ceramic Braces: Rs. 39,575
Tooth Coloured Braces: Rs. 28,575
3M Tooth Coloured Braces: Rs. 39,575

What is the cost for root canal treatment?

The price of a root canal starts from Rs. 1975, but it may vary from case to case.

How can I join Sabka dentist?

Please email your resume to HR@Sabka dentist.com and our HR team will review and contact you if there are any openings.

Braces

Crown & Bridges

What is a dental crown?

A dental crown completely encases a damaged tooth with a custom design, custom fit cap that fits perfectly over a damaged tooth. The crown thereby restores full functionality to a tooth.

What is a dental bridge?

A bridge, also known as a fixed prosthesis, is made to replace one or more missing teeth. Unlike dentures it cannot be removed daily and cleaned. Bridges can be supported in any of three ways:

By natural teeth
By implants
By a combination of teeth and implants

Why are crowns placed?

Crowns may be placed for several reasons. Usually the tooth has been broken or severely damaged by decay. As a result, a filling can’t replace enough of the tooth or make the tooth strong enough. A crown may hold together parts of a cracked tooth. It also can be used to hold a bridge in place. Crowns can be used to improve appearance as well. They may be placed to cover misshapen or badly discolored teeth. They are also used to cover a dental implant. It can also be used to protect a weak tooth from fracturing.

What is the material used for crowns and bridges?

There are 3 primary materials- all ceramic (porcelain), porcelain fused to metal, or gold.

What are side effects of dental bridges?

There is a risk of gum infection and inflammation. There can be allergies to the materials being used. It also requires two healthy teeth adjacent the missing tooth to be shaped to accept the crowns of the new dental bridge.

What are the alternatives to dental bridge?

Dental implants are used for replacing missing teeth today. While dental implants are more costly their benefits are much greater.

What are the different types of bridges?

There are many types of bridges:

A cantilever bridge is held in the mouth by one or more crowns on only one side of the space where a tooth is missing.
A Maryland bonded bridge consists of a metal framework with “wings” on each side. The wings are bonded to the back of your existing teeth. The false teeth are also bonded to the framework. This type of bridge is also called a resin-bonded bridge or an acid-etched bridge.
Bonded bridges usually are not as expensive as traditional bridges. That’s because the adjacent teeth need less preparation and do not get crowns. However, these bridges are only as strong as the bonding material. Resin-bonded bridges tend not to stay cemented in place as well as other kinds in parts of the mouth where there is a lot of biting force. They also may not be the best choice if the wings will have to be small to avoid getting in the way of the bite or the gums.

Dental Floss and Dental Rinse

Flossing teeth and brushing have the same importance, and we should use the dental floss once a day at least, but ideally should be done after every meal.

How should I floss my teeth?

The technique used in flossing is more important than the type of floss you use.

Defect floss between your teeth, and then move the floss back and forth on both sides of every tooth, but never instill floss into the gums.
When the floss reaches the gum line, make it bend to take the C-shaped on one of the two teeth and then gently rub up and down. The use of the thread can be acquired skill.
If you have just started to use floss, be patient, it will become easier with the passage of time.

Why is flossing important?

Floss helps to remove leftover food particles between the teeth and inside the gum pockets, which reduces the volume of plaque inside the mouth. And flossing is especially important in the prevention of gum disease, which is the main cause of tooth loss and the incidence of tooth decay.

How does rinsing help?

As for mouthwash (rinsing), has several functions. Mouthwash genitive fluoride may help in the prevention of tooth decay, but mouthwash cleanser has temporarily kills certain bacteria that cause mouth odors.

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Tooth Decay

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