Project Description

Smile Makeover

Most of the individuals in the modern times focus on the aesthetics of dental treatment in comparison to the functionality of their teeth. This makes it important to consistently deliver aesthetics in the results of every dental treatment along with the improvement in the functionality of the teeth in the patients. One of the best features of the smile makeover niche is that it allows the patient to have a role in deciding several aspects in the treatment. There is a constant participation of the patient in the treatment to ensure high patient satisfaction concerning the dental treatment.

Gap Closure- Cosmetic Dentistry Options

  • Composite Bonding: where tooth colored fillings materials are used to close the gaps effectively. It’s a single sitting appointment, safe & effective. It does stains in future & is not too durable option.
  • Composite Veneer (COMPONEERS): They are the latest Pre-fabricated veneers & can be done in 1 or 2 sitting. Long term durability & color stability is not as great as a porcelain veneer. They are a cheaper alternative to porcelain veneers but work reasonably OK.
  • Porcelain Veneer/Crown: It is the most preferred treatment option, worldwide; to correct the gaps we use the E-max system from Ivoclaire Vivadent (Germany). It is very safe & not aggressive way to close the gaps. We also offer top end Zirconia Crowns (Brands like Procera; Lava: ZirCAD).


The total time frame required is about 1-10 working days depending on your treatment of choice. Veneers & Crowns are a 2 stage procedure with 1st visit for 1-2 days & than a gap of 5-7 days for the lab turnaround time, followed by another appointment for fixing for 1-2 days.

No Prep / Prepless Veneers

Prepless veneers provide appreciating aesthetic features to the minor defects of the teeth. They are an excellent option for patients who want veneers but are hesitant to file down healthy tooth enamel.

Crooked Tooth

Not everybody is born with aligned or straight teeth, some may have crooked teeth which are mainly visible when they smile or open their mouth. Fortunately, in modern dentistry there are several effective options available that can correct crooked or misaligned teeth. But, the method for correcting the crooked teeth greatly depends on the degree of misalignment and affordability. The modern dentistry has managed all types of misalignment and crooked teeth can be treated without any surgical procedure now. Due to advancement in dentistry, Dentist has managed to add new products and new crooked teeth correction procedures so as to make the process of correct faster and easier than ever before.

Jetting Out Teeth Correction

Teeth can be in improper position in the dental arch in various ways. Front teeth can be flaring outwards, also called ‘jetting out’ .The cause of such condition can be due to periodontal disease (loosening of gums) or dental malocclusion.

Mottling of Teeth Correction

Fluorosis of teeth occurs due to excessive intake of fluoride when tooth is getting calcified. Depending on severity, it affects both shape and colour of the teeth, hence compromising the cosmetics. Trauma to the developing tooth bud can cause hypoplastic defect which appears white in colour. Tetracycline stains and developmental disorders also produce characteristic staining and latter also cause changes in shape of teeth making them more prone to dental caries.

Smile with Sparkling Diamond

Tooth Crystal is one of the latest trends which has emerged successfully in the last few years. This shining crystal is an attractive feature which is prominently seen when an individual smiles. These days tooth crystals have become a part of the jewelry of young females. These crystals can be prominently seen in the front teeth. Therefore, this is the most preferred area for the same. One of the most common tooth for the tooth crystal is the second tooth from the front in the upper left and right quadrant.

Ceramic Inlays

Inlays are indirect fillings applied in back teeth (premolars, molars). After removal of the old, defect filling or caries, an impression is made of the cavity (that is the drilled out defect). A filling is then made in the laboratory from gold or ceramic, which fits the cavity with the utmost precision and restores the original form of the tooth. In the second session, the inlay is cemented into place. Large inlays which cover the cusps are referred to as onlays.