Best Dental Care in Jaipur

Best Dental Hospital In Jaipur

ML Spine and Orthopaedic Centre provide best Dental Care in Jaipur!


ML Spine and Orthopaedic Centre in Jaipur is the best Dental hospital in Jaipur, its area of focus is dental surgeries and treatments.

ML Spine and Ortho is a leading dental hospital in Jaipur. With its experienced and qualified team of specialists, we provide a comprehensive range of specialty services in dentistry and oral care. We at our hospital offer a range of advanced dental treatments and procedures, including orthodontics, cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, implantology, endodontics, pediatric dentistry, periodontology, and oral pathology. We also provide diagnostics and preventative services.

Also, we have a team of experienced dental specialists and dental surgeons, working together to provide the most advanced and comprehensive dental care available. We are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest quality of care in a comfortable atmosphere. Also, we strive to provide best-in-class services, ensuring that each and every patient achieves optimal dental health.


ML Spine & Orthopedic Center provides the best facilities to its patients including:


  • 24*7 Emergency Services
  • Cashless (RGHS, Chiranjeevi)
  • Various Medical Tests Facilities
  • Modular Operation Theater

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SYMPTOMS WHEN YOU SHOULD VISIT DENTAL HOSPITAL IN JAIPUR

If you're having problems with your teeth, it's important to know when to visit a dental hospital. Here are some common symptoms when you should visit the Dental Hospital in Jaipur.

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Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment restores severely decayed or damaged teeth, avoiding extraction. It entails removing the tooth's pulp, cleaning, and shaping its interior. After filling the space with a special material, the tooth can be restored with a crown, bridge, or replacement.

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Denture

Dentures are dental prostheses made of acrylic plastic, with metal or acrylic clasps resting on the gums and secured to remaining natural teeth. They feature a yellow base resembling gums and can be tinted to match natural skin color.

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Dental Fillings

A dental filling restores decayed or damaged teeth, also known as dental restorations. They repair the health, structure, and function of a tooth, replacing worn-down or lost fillings.

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Kids Dentistry

Kids dentistry provides oral care for children from infancy to teenage years, focusing on prevention and treatment of dental issues like caries and misaligned teeth. Specially trained dentists ensure children feel comfortable during visits, starting around age one or with the eruption of the first tooth.

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Mouth Ulcers

Mouth ulcers, also known as canker sores, are small sores that can occur in the mouth or on the lips, causing discomfort during daily activities. They result from tissue breakdown due to various factors like injury, stress, or medical conditions such as Vitamin B12 deficiency, autoimmune diseases, celiac disease, or diabetes.

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Dental Implants Surgery

Dental implants replace missing or damaged teeth by inserting artificial replacements into the jawbone, restoring appearance and function while reducing oral health risks. A custom-made implant, covered with a natural-looking crown, is placed in the jawbone.

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Tooth Whitening

Tooth whitening, also known as teeth bleaching, is a process that lightens and brightens discoloured teeth to restore a more natural and youthful appearance. Teeth can become stained naturally over time or from particular foods or drinks (tea, coffee, cigarettes, etc.).

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Bridges And Crowns

Bridges and crowns restore teeth: a bridge links two adjacent teeth when one is missing, with two crowns and an artificial tooth; crowns cover a whole tooth, fixing damage or enhancing appearance, sometimes supporting bridges. Usually done in two or three visits, materials include porcelain, ceramic, metal, or gold.

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Wisdom Tooth Removal

Wisdom tooth removal is a surgical procedure to extract all the wisdom teeth located at the back of the jaw, usually performed by a dentist or oral surgeon in a dental office. Also called third molars, these four large teeth are unnecessary for daily functioning and can cause pain, infections, and overcrowding of other teeth.

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MEET OUR DOCTOR

Our experienced dental specialist is here to listen, diagnose, and guide you towards a healthier spine.

Dr Sadhana Jain

Dental Surgeons, PGDHHM, B.D.S.

OUR FACILITIES

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PHYSIOTHERAPY

ML Orthospine is a leading physical therapy provider, offering medical consultation and physiotherapy services to help patients regain and maintain their mobility. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality physical therapy and patient education, utilizing evidence-based practices combined with innovative techniques to deliver the very best in patient care.

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RADIOLOGY (X-RAY)

MLorthospine is an innovative provider of advanced imaging and diagnostic solutions for orthopedic surgery, orthopedic physical therapy, and other musculoskeletal health and wellness needs. Our services include RADIOLOGY (X-RAY) analysis to assess bone and joint health, such as fractures and deformities, as well as spinal musculoskeletal disorders.

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PHARMACY

ML Orthospine offers pharmacy services to help make it easier for patients to access prescription medications. Our aim is to provide affordable, high-quality medications in a safe and convenient environment. We have a team of certified pharmacists and technicians to ensure that customers receive the best quality service.

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LABORATORY

ML Orthospine provides a full range of laboratory services, including radiology, diagnostics, pathologists, and genetic testing. Our laboratory services are designed to allow for the development of individualized treatments tailored to each patients’ unique condition and anatomy.

FAQS

Frequently Asked Questions!
The most common causes of dental disease include poor oral hygiene, excessive sugar intake, smoking, and age-related wear and tear. Poor oral hygiene, including insufficient brushing and flossing, can lead to bacteria buildup in the mouth which can cause cavities and gum disease. High sugar intake contributes to cavities by providing an environment for bacteria to grow and produce acid that breaks down enamel. Smoking has been linked to gum disease, bad breath, and a higher risk of oral cancer. Finally, age-related wear and tear can cause the enamel on teeth to become weaker and more susceptible to decay.
The symptoms of dental disease can vary depending on the type of disease. Common signs of dental disease include toothache, sensitivity to cold or hot temperatures, bad breath, swollen gums, loose teeth, red or bleeding gums, pus in the gums or around the teeth, and cavities. If left untreated, dental disease can lead to more serious issues such as infection or even tooth loss.
The treatment for dental disease depends on the type and severity of the disease. In most cases, dental disease can be treated with at-home care such as brushing and flossing, limiting sugar intake, and avoiding smoking. Depending on the type of disease, your dentist may also suggest treatments such as fillings, crowns, root canals, or gum surgery. In extreme cases, your dentist may recommend tooth extraction to prevent further damage.
Yes, there are numerous ways to prevent dental disease. The most important step to prevent dental disease is oral hygiene. Brush twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste and floss once a day to remove plaque and bacteria. Limit the amount of sugary foods and drinks that you consume, as these contribute to cavities. You should also make sure to schedule a dental appointment at least twice a year for a professional cleaning and exam.
If left untreated, dental disease can have long-term effects. This can range from discomfort and self-esteem issues to more serious consequences such as infection, tooth loss, and even risk of stroke or heart attack. Poor oral hygiene can contribute to issues like cavities, gum disease, and even oral cancer. Additionally, gum disease has been linked to early labor, low birth weight, and heart disease.