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How to care for your baby's teeth...

Do I need to clean my baby's gums before his teeth come in?
Yes, Even before your baby sports his first tooth, it's a good idea to get into the habit of wiping his gums with gauze or a soft wet washcloth during bath time. You don't need to use any toothpaste yet. Simply wrap the cloth or gauze around your index finger and rub it gently over his gums.

What's the best way to brush my baby's teeth after they start coming in?
As your child's teeth start to appear (generally around 6 months), look for a baby toothbrush with a small head and grip suitable for your hand. (If your child is healthy and still hasn't gotten her first tooth by the end of her first year, don't worry – some children don't start getting teeth until 15 to 18 months.)
Brush twice a day. Brush in the morning and right before bedtime.
Use a tiny amount of fluoride toothpaste. To avoid giving your child too much fluoride, use a thin smear of toothpaste or a dot the size of a grain of rice.
Brush gently on the inside and outside of each of your baby's teeth, as well as her tongue (if she'll let you), to dislodge bacteria that can cause bad breath. Since you're using such a small amount of toothpaste, there's no need to rinse.
When should I start taking my baby to the dentist?
Take your child to the dentist within six months after her first tooth erupts, or by her first birthday, whichever comes first.

Do certain foods cause tooth decay in babies?
Certain foods can contribute to cavities. Sweet foods like these are a common culprit: Fruit, dried fruit, juice, peanut butter and jelly.
Starches can also contribute to cavities: Breads, crackers, pasta, pretzels.
Serve these foods at mealtime rather than as snacks so they're more likely to get dislodged and won't sit on the teeth too long. Serving them with water is also helpful.
Don't put your baby to bed with a bottle of milk, formula, juice, or sweetened liquid. These liquids feed bacteria in the mouth that cause tooth decay.

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Veneers - Pros and Cons

Porcelain veneers can help individuals with dental flaws such as teeth that are crooked, discolored, or have small gaps between them. Veneers dramatically change a person’s smile and, in the process, help improve self-confidence.

Pros of veneers
Realistic appearance: One of the features of porcelain veneers contributing to their rising popularity is their optic properties. Porcelain is a ceramic that has many similar properties to the teeth’s natural covering, enamel. Because of this, porcelain veneers appear natural and realistic.
Stain-resistance: Porcelain is a ceramic. and is therefore quite ”glass-like.” Its surface is extremely smooth and impervious. This makes porcelain veneers quite resistant to permanent stains. No need to worry about coffee, wine, or cigarette stains!
Durability: Porcelain veneers are relatively long lasting compared to plastic (composite) veneers.
Color versatility: The color of porcelain veneers can be selected such that it makes dark teeth appear whiter.
Ease of shaping: Compared to crowns, porcelain veneers do not require extensive shaping prior to the procedure thin.

cons of porcelain veneers

Artificiality: Although they look realistic, porcelain veneers are artificial teeth, which may be a problem for those desiring a more natural solution to their dental problem.
High cost: Veneers, especially porcelain veneers, are expensive.
Fragility: Although porcelain veneers are relatively tough, they are not impervious to any chipping orbreaking when exposed to excessive impact or force, 
e.g. teeth grinding, eating hard foods, and the like. Repairing or replacing veneers then becomes an expensive endeavor.
Permanence: When it’s done, there’s no going back.
Teeth sensitivity: Since the veneering procedure requires the removal of enamel, your tooth may become more sensitive to hot and cold foods and beverages.

You may not be candidate: If you have unhealthy teeth, weakened teeth, have an inadequate amount of existing enamel on the tooth surface, or suffer from bruxism.

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Types of Dental Braces - Pros and Cons

Stainless Steel Braces - Regular
    Colored rubbers available
    Most noticeable
    Bigger in size
    Long treatment time
   Every month appointment
   Food restriction
Ceramic Braces - Regular
    Less visible
    Greater care required to maintain “clear” appearance
    More chances of breakage
    Staining of rubbers
    Every month appointment
   Food restriction
Stainless Steel Braces – Self Ligating
    Fast treatment
    Small bracket size
    Less appointments
    High treatment cost compare to regular Braces
   Food restriction
Ceramic Braces – Self Ligating
    Less visible
    Fast treatment
    Less appointments
    More chances of breakage
   Food restriction

Lingual Braces
    Invisible from exterior observation
    Difficult to clean
    Cannot treat severe cases
    Greater discomfort
    Routine adjustments are difficult and make for lengthy appointments
    More visits required
    Visually invisible
    No restrictions of food and beverage intake
    Not suitable for all orthodontics cases
    Replacements are costly
    Achievement of results may take longer than with traditional braces

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Why Dental Treatment in india?

Over the past decade the Dental tourism has exploded drastically to help people in developed countries obtain health care services in developing countries. This is due to a convergence of factors in both developed and developing countries:
-Rising health care cost in developed countries.
-Long waiting period in developed countries.
-Inadequate health insurance coverage in developed countries.
-Technological and care standard upgrades in developing countries.
-Relatively lower dental cost in developing countries.
-Added value of leisure and tourist activities in addition to receiving dental care in developing countries.
-Relatively low cost of travel to developing country.


-Teeth Care Centre Dental Hospital offers its patients VIP service.
-The doctors strive to deliver the highest levels of service, and will operate according to the strictest standards of medical ethics.
-The hospital only hires such staffs that have significant experience catering to the needs of upscale patients.
-The hospital strictly follows the working protocols for management and service
-The management ensures that the hospital maintains the highest standards of ethics and maintains relationship with the patients.
-The hospital makes all necessary arrangements for patients to receive world class dental procedures in India.
-The front desk also arranges for initial consultations between patients and doctors for you to schedule procedures and make all travel arrangements. In some of the cases, an all-inclusive quote will be provided for prospective patient.

Best Dental Hospital  - 15 Awards Winner.

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