General Dentistry

Mouth Ulcers

A mouth ulcer forms when the mucosa (moist tissue lining) of the mouth breaks. In general, it is caused by minor trauma, for example, with a toothbrush.
In case you are getting these ulcers without a history of trauma and more frequently you should consult us to get that examined.

These mouth ulcers can be due to iron, B-12, and folate deficiency. Or it can be an underlying mouth cancer.

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Full mouth rehabilitation includes combining several dental treatments to fix or rebuild your smile. The goal is to not only rebuild your smile but also to strengthen and reinforce your healthy oral tissues and tooth structures, as well.

The treatment of reconstructing your full mouth will depend on the specific issues that affect your beautiful smile. Consult us to get your smile examined, discuss your dental problems, and understand the combination of treatments that can rebuild your smile in a conservative, minimally-invasive way.

Oral Cancer

Oral cancer is cancer that starts in the mouth or throat. Cancer is made up of abnormal cells that grow even though your body doesn’t need them. Oral cancer is reasonably common and very curable if found and treated at an early stage.

Patches on the lining of the mouth or tongue, usually red or red and white, bleeding, pain, or numbness in the mouth, etc. are typical symptoms of oral cancer. Mouth ulcers or sores that do not heal can also be cancer. If you observe any symptoms like this consult us immediately.

Dental Emergencies

Any dental problem that requires immediate attention to stop bleeding, alleviate severe pain, save a tooth is generally considered a dental emergency.
In case of any dental emergency please call us immediately or visit our clinic for an immediate solution. If pain and discomfort persist and you are not able to see us, visit your closest emergency room so they can treat your pain and discomfort, and give you an instant relief.

Bad Breath Treatment

In most cases, bad breath is caused by bacteria in the mouth breaking down bits of food. Poor oral hygiene is the most common cause of bad breath. Whereas persistent bad breath is often a sign of gum disease.

Generally, good oral hygiene is usually enough to prevent and treat bad breath. You can visit us to understand how to improve your oral hygiene and rule out the other possibilities of oral diseases.