Panel of Doctors :
     1. Dr. Taranjit Singh, Dental Surgeon.
     2. Dinesh Malhotra MDS (Orthodontist)
     3. Akash Sachdeva MDS (Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon)
     4. Shanti Vardhan (Oncologist & Head & Neck-Surgeon)
     5. Shilpa Khullar (Prosthodontist)
General Dentistry
This area covers overall Dental Check Up & Maintenance. To maintain good oral hygiene and health, it is advisable to visit your dentist for a general dental check up or maintenance such as cleaning, polishing and filling every 6 months.

Scaling/Tooth Polishing
Cleaning of the teeth removes plaque, tartar, bacteria and tooth root surface, which is required once in 6 month for a healthy teeth. After which, tooth polishing is commonly performed to create a smooth and glossy surface on the tooth.

Tooth Whitening / Bleaching
A highly effective way of lightening stains without removing any tooth surface. A gel is applied to your teeth and the bleaching agent is activated using laser or intense pulse light. It is a painless procedure and results can last up to 3 years.

Tooth Fillings
Composite fillings are white, or rather tooth-coloured. Unlike amalgam fillings, these are not mixed with mercury, which are toxic to our body. The biggest advantage of composite fillings are that they are tooth-coloured.

Root Canal Treatment
If you have a tooth whose internal structures are damaged, you may benefit from root canal therapy. Also called endodontics, root canal therapy can restore your tooth to its state of health by treating the damaged part of your tooth. The goal of root canal therapy is to improve the health of your damaged tooth. After the inside of your tooth has been treated, the outside will be restored to protect your tooth's underlying structures and to bring the tooth back into function. Usually the tooth is covered with a ceramic or metal crown.

The process of aligning teeth is technically called Orthodontics. It may be loosely defined as the science of moving teeth, aligning irregular, crowded or spaced teeth. Anyone with mal-aligned or irregular teeth, crowded, overlapping teeth, or with gaps in between may require orthodontic treatment. This is commonly done by fixing braces to your teeth and using a thin guiding wire to straighten them out.

is a set of false teeth that are made of acrylic, fibre-glass, metal, or a combination of these materials. A denture is generally made to replace missing teeth that are not possible to replace by a fixed bridge.

Tooth Extraction
Wisdom tooth extraction are one of the most commonly done extractions. They are the last teeth to erupt in the mouth. The wisdom teeth are the ones least needed for good oral health. They may not erupt or emerge from your gums until your late teens or early twenties - if they erupt at all. Most often they are impacted or trapped in the jaw-bone and gums, usually because there is not enough room for them in your mouth. In fact, wisdom teeth often do more harm than good, and in-case of any problems related to them, its suggested to remove them.

Dental Bridges
Bridges are false teeth designed to ‘bridge’ the gap created by one or more missing teeth. A bridge is made up of two crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap and false tooth or teeth in between.

Dental Crowns
A crown is a tooth-shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth – covering the tooth to restore its shape and size, strength, and/or to improve its appearance. It can be used to protect a weak tooth from breaking, hold together parts of a cracked tooth or to restore a broken tooth.

Cosmetic Dentistry
Cosmetic dentistry is a marriage of art and function. It improves the appearance of your teeth and enhances long-term dental health.

Implant Dentistry
Dental implants can replace missing teeth without modification of existing teeth, anchoring the implanted teeth into bone, similar to “real” teeth. For individuals who wish to replace missing teeth, dental implants may be an effective long-term solution. Implants provide greater structural support and last longer than either bridges or dentures. Implants serve as the artificial root to which new teeth are attached to.

General Gum Diseases
The most common cause of tooth loss among adults is not decay, but gum disease, medically known as periodontal disease. Nine out of 10 adults have gum disease at some level. Not only is this bad news for our mouths, but studies show association with periodontal disease and heart disease, diabetes, and low birth weight in infants. Symptoms of gum diseases include bad breath, bleeding gums, sore gums and teeth and changes in the bite. Depending on the diagnosis of periodontal disease, different treatments are recommended.

Dental Laboratory
In formulating the appropriate treatment plan, we offer the widest possible range of alternatives to the patient. With special effort given to offering newer dental prosthesis. Dental prosthesis made for the patients are a result of teamwork between a clinician and a technician. These two are partners in every success or failure. We on our part ensure highest quality....if this is ensured, success can’t be far behind.