Diagnostics & Other Dental Services
Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT)
A medical imaging technique that is important in treatment planning and diagnosis in dentistry. CBCT imaging provides high quality, accurate 3D representation of oral and maxillofacial structures of our patients for more accurate dental diagnosis.
An OPG is a panoramic or wide view x-ray of the lower face, which displays all the teeth of the upper and lower jaw on a single film. It demonstrates the number, position and growth of all the teeth including those that have not yet surfaced or erupted.
Camera used during dental consultation to view inner tooth condition using a handheld camera to provide better dental diagnosis.
Intra Oral Xray – Periapical/ Bite Wing
Intraoral X-ray unit that provides easy positioning, a straightforward imaging process and top quality images in high resolution for dental diagnosis.
Electric Pulp Testing
Electric pulp testers (EPTs) are used diagnostically in endodontics to determine the sensitivity of each tooth at the lowest threshold for sensory response.
A Lat Ceph is a lateral or side view x-ray of the face, which demonstrates the bones and facial contours in profile on a single film. Lat Ceph x-rays are usually used in the diagnosis and treatment of orthodontic problems.
Study / Ortho Model
Orthodontic study models are the cornerstone of diagnosis and treatment planning especially important for braces treatment.
General Anesthesia (GA) Assisted
We also house an experienced anaesthetist and fully equipt Operating Theater to support those major dental surgery cases for the comfort of our patients
Needle Free Injection System
Reduces patient anxiety associated with needle-phobia so your dental experience will be pleasant one.
Dental Medical Biopsy & Report
Our dental professionals can also prepare complex medical reports for clients requiring dental legal cases to simple dental report for insurance claims and many more.
Dental Emergency Treatment
Our resident dentist and the team of dental nurses are fully experienced to handle any dental emergency you may have, just a call away.
Recommendations for preparing your child for dental visit:
- Don’t tell your child scary stories about the dentist or let your child know your own anxieties.
- Set a good example, let your child observe you brushing your teeth and visiting the dentist.
- Read stories about going to the dentist to your child.
- Pretend to be a dentist and explore your child’s mouth, then switch roles.
- Bring your child to our dental centre just to walk around and meet our staff.
- Arrive early for the appointment so your child can get familiar with the new environment.
- Don’t describe treatments too much in detail or use negative words like pain, drill, etc., our dentists have special ways and words to explain to children so they are not scared.
- Tell the dentist about any medical problems or allergies your child may have.
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