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Preventive Treatment
Cosmetic dentistry
Dental Implant
Full Dentures
Root Canals
We believe that preventive dental care is a foundation of good oral health. We are committed to preventive dental treatment that allows our patients to enjoy healthy smiles. We stress on scheduling regular dental visits because we strongly believe that prevention is better than cure.


In addition to our meticulous cleaning and polishing and examination, x-rays of your teeth, we also take time to help our patients with proper oral hygiene instructions for plaque control at home. Dr.Jain and the hygienists may make suggestions for preventive measures such as night guard to prevent bruxism (Clenching of teeth) or occlusal adjustment (bite adjustment) or may recommend deep cleaning (scaling and root planning) after evaluation.


If we feel and evaluate that you are suffering from gingivitis or more severe form of gum disease (Periodontitis), we may recommend scaling and root planning. This is a nonsurgical procedure in which plaque and tartar below the gum line are removed. The root surfaces are smoothed using special instruments. This will allow your gums to heal (periodontal pocket elimination). Effective plaque control at home and regular hygiene visits are the key factors in maintaining your periodontal health.


During a dental examination, the doctor will check your neck and oral tissues for red or white patches, lumps or recurring ulcers or sores. Screening for early changes in oral tissues may help detect oral cancer at a stage when it is treated with more success.
Cosmetic Dentistry generally focuses on improving the teeth, mouth and as our mission states enhances the natural beauty and outlook of your smile. It is quite different from traditional dentistry. It provides a smile makeover that could include various procedures such as dental veneers, teeth whitening, bonding and implant services.
Porcelain veneers are thin castings of ceramic porcelain that are bonded to the front of your tooth/ teeth to create a new smile. When designing and placing porcelain veneers, we pay attention to your adjacent teeth and face and we make sure that it complements to your overall smile and enhances the natural beauty of your smile. This treatment is a good option for patients who are not cosmetically happy with their smile, for e.g. teeth too small, uneven teeth, discolored teeth or spaces between teeth.

If cared properly, veneers may last you a long time. The veneers are constructed of the most durable porcelain material available and it becomes even stronger once bonded onto the tooth. This is a two visit procedure and requires little grinding of your tooth structure (0.5-1mm) in enamel in most cases.
A bonding is a composite resin material that is used as a filling material or as veneering material. This is an excellent cosmetic option for those patients who do not want the look of silver fillings in their mouths and those who do not want to spend the money on porcelain veneers. Bonding / white fillings can be used on teeth that are decayed, cracked or stained. The procedure for white filling is usually completed in one visit leaving you with a natural looking restoration. These types of fillings are not as strong and they should be checked periodically by dentist for wear and may last 4-7 years. When this happens, the restoration will need to be replaced.


Over time, our teeth tend to become discolored or stained. Whether this is from foods, certain drinks or smoking. We do offer a solution to a brighter and beautiful smile through bleaching. There are two ways you can do bleaching. In office bleaching and home bleaching. The in-office bleaching is more effective.
whitening whitening


Our office utilizes Zoom! Chairside whitening system as seen on TV show extreme makeover. The procedure lasts little over an hour. It requires isolation of teeth and protection of gum and oral tissues. The whitening gel is applied and special light is used to activate the gel. The results are usually 4-8 shades lighter. You can get more information by clicking on the link here.


This is another method of bleaching or whitening your teeth. It is used by the patient at home. You wear custom made trays with bleaching gel and wear it for a few hours at home for about 4-6 days. You will see significant improvement in color of your teeth. This method is not as effective as in-office or chairside bleaching in a dentist office, but it is less expensive compared to in-office bleaching.

Bleaching works only on natural teeth, everyone gives different result and may make your teeth sensitive. Please call us for more information and we will recommend you the best bleaching option for you.
Dental implants are becoming more popular modality for replacing missing teeth. Dental implants have advantages over conventional denture or bridges. Dental Implants maintain bone, increased stability and retention, improved phonetics, reduced size of removable prosthetics and improved psychological comfort.

The procedure involves two phases – surgical placement of implants and prosthetic phase. The surgical phase involves placement of a titanium screw into the jawbone. The implant is left untreated for 3-6 months. During this time bone grows around the implant called osteointegration. During this time, the patient wears a temporary prosthesis. The second phase is construction of a prosthesis (crown/denture) over the implant. The next step is to place an abutment which will support the crown and becomes part of the implant system. This implant-crown unit becomes fully functional.

Dr.Jain has successfully completed the continuing education course at New York University for implantology-surgical and prosthetic treatment (September 2001-June 2003)
Dental crowns, also known as “caps”, preserve the function of damaged teeth. Crowns are used to protect a cracked tooth, repair a tooth with extensive decay, or replace a pre-existing crown. There are different types of crown- all porcelain crown, porcelain fused to metal crown or gold crown. The procedure involves 2-3 visits and the crown is sent to a dental laboratory, during the time your crown is constructed at the lab, patient wears a temporary crown. Most crowns are completed in two visits. Sometimes may take three visits.

A bridge is one of the options to replace missing tooth/teeth. A bridge by definition is a link or a bridge over two natural teeth. There are three main types of bridges.

  • Traditional bridges which is the most common type of bridge. This type of bridge is usually made up of porcelain fused to metal.

  • Cantilever Bridges are supported by teeth only on one side.

  • Maryland Bridges where the pontic or artificial tooth is bonded onto the adjacent teeth.

Dentures are used for replacing the missing teeth. The full dentures are usually made for patients missing all the teeth in the arch. Now with the invention of dental implants, patients have an option for implant supported overdenture. This type of overdenture is constructed over dental implants and it gives better retention and stability over conventional full denture.


Removable partial dentures usually consist of replacement teeth attached to pink or gum-colored plastic bases, which are connected by metal framework. Removable partial dentures attach to your natural teeth with metal clasps or devices called precision attachments. Precision attachments are generally more esthetic than metal clasps and they are nearly invisible. Our Partial service ensures a comfort fit within your teeth.


A root canal is an attempt to save the damaged tooth. A root canal is often necessary to save an infected tooth or sometimes tooth with a very deep filling. If left untreated, may lead to an abscess. A root canal is a dental procedure that is used to remove diseased pulp tissue (nerve) from the interior of a tooth. The procedure is completed in one or two visits. The first step is to anaesthetize the area, then the pulp chamber and canals are cleaned and shaped to receive an inert filling called gutta percha. The tooth is now ready for final restoration which is usually a post and a crown.


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