Treatment Options

Feminath Gopinathan Dentistry

Complete Oral Rehabilitation

  1. Immediate loading dental implants
  2. Crown & Bridge (Fixed)
  3. Complete dentures
  4. Removable partial dentures

Restorative Dentistry

  1. Tooth colored fillings
  2. Crowns (metal and metal-free premium crowns)
  3. Inlays
  4. Onlays
  5. Veneers
Orthodontic Treatment

Orthodontic Treatment

Orthodontic treatment is provided for people unhappy with misaligned teeth or jaw, robbing them of their self-confidence. It can also help people who are not able to live out a good quality of life due to crooked or misaligned teeth. Fortunately, there are many ways by which we can perfectly align teeth or jaws that are misplaced. This is a part of the dentofacial treatment provided by modern orthodontists with help from different types of orthodontic appliances.

Orthodontic treatment can be started at any age; however, childhood is the best time to initiate this step. This is because the bones and tissues are more pliable at this period of time. However, adults and children both need to have healthy gums or teeth prior to getting the treatment done.

The orthodontist will conduct a very thorough examination of your teeth and jaw structure and suggest a suitable method of treatment to get the teeth or jaw aligned.  There are different types of treatment depending on the needs of the patient and the bone structure.

  1. Metallic braces -Metallic braces are made from metal and are the most traditional type of braces used for  straightening teeth. They consist of metal brackets and wires bonded to teeth and adjusted periodically by an orthodontist to gradually move the teeth into the desired position. The metal brackets are typically made of stainless steel or a blend of stainless steel and other alloys, and the wires are typically made of a blend of nickel, titanium, and other alloys. Metallic braces are usually the most affordable option for orthodontic treatment. They are also durable and long-lasting, which makes them a good option for patients who may be more prone to breaking or damaging their braces. However, these type of braces are visible to others which can be a concern for some patients who do not want others to see that they are undergoing orthodontic treatment. (Contd)

Paediatric Dentistry

  1. Pulpectomy (Paediatric Root Canal Treatment)
  2. Pulpotomy
  3. Fluoride varnish
  4. Pit and fissure sealants
  5. Paediatric restorations
  6. Paediatric dental appliances
  7. Crowns and space maintainers
  8. Paediatric extractions
teeth whitening

Aesthetic Dentistry

  1. Zoom teeth whitening
  2. Ceramic veneers
  3. Dental jewels
  4. Laminates
  5. Midline Diastema closures (with tooth coloured material /aesthetic crowns)
  6. Smile designing

Laser Dentistry

  1.  Frenectomy
  2. Laser depigmentation
  3. Operculectomy
  4. Laser assisted bleaching
  5. Laser assisted gingivectomy

Oral Maxillofacial Surgery

  1. Surgical extractions
  2. Cyst enucleations
  3. Removal of deeply impacted tooth
  4. Minor trauma management under local anesthetic
  5. Alveoloplasty

Periodontal Therapy

  1. Flap surgery
  2. Root planning
  3. PRF & PRP treatment
  4. Bone grafting
  5. Gingivectomy

General & Family dentistry

  1. Professional diagnosis with comprehensive treatment plan
  2. Oral hygiene and gum care
  3. Digital X-ray
  4. Preventive dentistry

Orofacial Pain Treatment

  1. TMJ (Temporo Mandibular Joint) appliances
  2. Facio-muscular pain corrections