Dental department at WELLKINS Medical Centre provides high quality accessible general dental services to all age groups including children, young people and adults and old age. The focus our dental services is on oral health promotion, prevention, early detection, and treatment of oral diseases. We are committed to providing quality dental care services at lowest price using the latest technology and equipment in a comfortable facility. Our highly trained, & experienced general dentist strive hard to make our patient visits stress free and enjoyable within a safe and positively soothing environment.
Dental department of WELLKINS Medical Centre provide the services including,
- Oral examination
- Intraoral radiograph
- Topical fluoride treatment
- Fissure sealant application
- Dental filling (Temporary & Permanent)
- Post and core
- Teeth whitening
- Direct and indirect pulp capping
- Root canal treatment
- Scaling and root planning
- Crown and Bridge
- Removable partial denture
- Complete denture
- Space maintainer insertion
- Cosmetic Dentistry
Basic dental care involves brushing and flossing your teeth regularly, seeing your dentist for regular checkups and eating a healthy diet.
Gums bleed when they are irritated and inflamed which is not considered normal. This is due to the plaque being left on the teeth which causes inflammation called gingivitis and if not addressed can develop into gum disease. Over time if not cleaned off through daily brushing and interdental cleaning, the plaque can turn into a hard deposit called tartar or calculus which will require professional scaling by your dentist or hygienist to remove it.
You can try using toothpaste specifically designed for sensitive teeth. Try to avoid strongly acidic food and drinks and wait at least an hour after eating before brushing your teeth as this could cause even more sensitivity. Grinding your teeth can also increase sensitivity and a mouth guard may be necessary.
Dry mouth can be a symptom of many different problems and can happen as you get older Quite often it is a side effect of medication-especially heart, blood pressure and depression tablets
If you have a dry mouth, this can be very uncomfortable, and it makes eating certain foods very difficult.
Generally, any discomfort after an extraction doesn’t last for long and can easily be controlled by painkillers. If it lasts longer than 24 hours, you should go back to your dental team for advice.