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Omprakash Jain

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Orthodontics

Orthodontics

Orthodontists treat patients with crisscross placed teeth, a condition wherein the teeth are not positioned correctly, especially when the mouth of the person is closed. Normally, this treatment involves placement of metal/ceramic braces that will help move the teeth to their proper placements. Many patients undergo treatment for cosmetic purposes, such that they can have an improved appearance, but orthodontics often aims to improve oral function.

  • The levels of sedation used include:
  • Minimal sedation – you are awake but relaxed.
  • Moderate sedation (formerly called “conscious sedation”) – you may slur your words when speaking and not remember much of the procedure.
  • Deep sedation – you are on the edge of consciousness but can still be awakened.
  • General anesthesia – you are completely unconscious.
  • Side effects from local anesthetics are very rare, and the anesthetic usually lasts for only a couple of hours. For more information please send us a message or call +088 123 654 988.

The Procedure Of Cosmetic Dentistry

Although each procedure varies subtly there are some basic guidelines to treat cavities and they are followed by all dental professionals.

  • 1

    The patient is anesthetized using local anesthesia such as Carbocaine for short procedures, Lidocaine for medium length sessions, and Marcaine for multiple fillings. Patients with feelings of anxiety may be offered Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas) for the duration of the treatment.

  • 2

    The area to be treated is secured by latex sheet that protects the tooth and keeps it dry during the procedure. It also prevents the debris from entering the oral region keeping the patient comfortable. For multiple fillings, when the treatment may require extended period of time

  • 3

    The decay is removed using a high-speed handpiece, slow-speed handpiece, laser or the combination of all three devices. The prepared surface may be etched.

  • 4

    The decay is removed using a high-speed handpiece, slow-speed handpiece, laser or the combination of all three devices. The prepared surface may be etched.

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