As each person is unique with their own unique dental requirements, a personalized consultation with the dentist is the ideal way to know what dental treatment options will work best for you

Dr. Mayur Dudhat

Dr. Pinak Deshpande

Dr. Pinak S. Deshpande has completed his Bachelors in Dental Surgery from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore. He worked at Sangli and Mumbai for 3 years before setting up his own Clinic at Surat.

He is a confident communicator who can relate well to dental patients, always ensuring that dental practice is continuously updated to provide first rate care to patients and their families. Dr. Deshpande's aim is to improve smiles by providing Affordable and best Dental treatment and believes in continuously increasing his knowledge in Dental field. He has done various courses like, BLS for health care providers, Advanced Endodontics, Master Brilliant Clinician Program and BPS Denture Specialist.

He is an active member of Indian Dental Association (Surat Branch).

About the Clinic

At True-Smile Dental Clinic, our passion is to create beautiful smiles. In the process of achieving this, we provide preventive and cosmetic dentistry. Our commitment to these goals provides to you unparalleled service with the highest standard of dental care in a comfortable and pampering environment.

The state of the art facilities at True-Smile Dental Clinic include

  • � Dental chairs are computerized, fully automatic and state of the art.
  • � Intraoral cameras for image recording
  • � Intraoral xray machine
  • � Light curing units and ultra fast lights for bonding and filling of teeth.
  • � Teeth scaling and cleaning using ultrasonic scalers
  • � Root canal treatments done using rotary endodontic systems
  • � Fiber optic handpieces for accurate and precise work
  • � Total sterilization and disinfection using latest autoclaves
  • � All dental imaging, patient record management and patient education done by software technology.

Painless Root Canal Treatment

Root Canal at True-Smile Dental Clinic is extremely painless and very comfortable. The need for Root Canal rises from Tooth Decay. Decay of the teeth (cavities) if left untreated, generally progress and gradually destroy a significant portion of the tooth before reaching the pulp of the tooth. The pulp of the tooth is a thin soft tissue present in the tooth canals consisting of mainly nerves and blood vessels. Once this infection reaches the pulp it gives rise to a common dental pain. At this stage the tooth can only be saved by performing a root canal treatment. In simple terms, root canal treatment is the removal of the infected soft tissue within the tooth and its replacement by an artificial inert �filling� material. This procedure basically saves the tooth and eliminates dental pain.


Smile Makeover

Dr. Mayur Dudhat

One Smile can make all the difference in the world. Smiling not only makes us look younger and more attractive, it also brings numerous health benefits. Since your smile makes the first impression on everyone you meet, a radiant bright smile will do much more than just cosmetic make ups or a new hair style to enhance your personality. It will boost your personality and literally change your life!

True-Smile Dental Clinic offers the following dental treatments in order to enhance your Smile.

  • Teeth Cleaning-Brushing-Polishing
  • Teeth-Whitening
  • Teeth-Bleaching
  • Dental Laminates/ Veeners (Replacement of Stained layer of tooth with Laminates/ Veeners)
  • Central Diestema Closure (Gap between two front Teeth)
  • Dental Daimonds

Treatment Available

Dental implants

As we age, some of us will lose teeth due to disease, injury, or simple daily wear. In addition to bringing about

Crown and bridge

Chances are that you're considering having a crown, a number of crowns or a permanent bridge designed.

Gum surgery

Believe it or not, gum problems are the most common diseases affecting the human population.

Teeth whitening

We at our clinic provide chair side as well as home bleaching options for the patients interested in getting a

Complete dentures

Types of Complete dentures:
Complete Denture, Overdenture, Implant-Retained Denture,

Assess Your Smile

  • Q. Are your two upper front teeth too long or too wide?
  • Q. Do you observe any spaces between your front teeth?
  • Q. Do you notice any stains on your teeth?
  • Q. In a broad smile, are any of your yellow in colour ?
  • Q. Do any of your front teeth stick out?
  • Q. Are your teeth overlapping each other?
  • Q. Do you notice your teeth to be crooked and uneven in appearance?
  • Q. Do your crows/ fillings / Laminates look artificial?
  • Q. If there is any filling in your front teeth, are they of a different colour then your natural teeth ?
  • Q. Do you feel your gums are red and swollen?
  • Q. Do you feel your smile appears unaesthetic for other reason ?

If you have answered a "Yes" to any of the questions, you could consider visiting us for a smile design consultation


  • Symptoms of bad breath include unpleasant odor or taste in the mouth, dry mouth, or white coating on the tongue.
  • Treatments for bad breath include proper dental hygiene, mouthwash, sugar-free gum, quitting smoking,and changing bad habits.
  • Bad breath can usually be prevented by proper tooth brushing, quitting smoking, and avoiding foods that cause bad breath odors.


When you have sensitive teeth, activities such as brushing, flossing, eating and drinking can cause sharp, temporary pain in your teeth. Sensitive teeth are typically the result of worn tooth enamel or exposed tooth roots. Sometimes, however, tooth discomfort is caused by other factors, such as a cavity, a cracked or chipped tooth, or a side effect of a dental procedure, such as bleaching.

If you're concerned about sensitive teeth, start by visiting your dentist. He or she can identify or rule out any underlying causes of your tooth pain


Gum disease begins at the gum line and between teeth. Daily flossing is an important part of your oral health care routine to help remove the plaque from these areas where a toothbrush doesn't completely reach. But to truly reap the benefits, you need to use proper flossing technique. The key elements of proper flossing technique are:

  • Keep a one- to two-inch length of floss taut between fingers. Use index fingers to guide floss between contacts of the lower teeth.
  • Gently guide floss between the teeth by using a zig-zag motion. DO NOT SNAP FLOSS BETWEEN YOUR TEETH. Contour floss around the side of the tooth.
  • Slide floss up and down against the tooth surface and under the gum line. Floss each tooth thoroughly with a clean section of floss.


Proper brushing takes at least two minutes . To properly brush your teeth, use short, gentle strokes, paying extra attention to the gumline, hard-to-reach back teeth and areas around fillings, crowns or other restoration. Concentrate on thoroughly cleaning each section as follows:

  • Clean the outer surfaces of your upper teeth, then your lower teeth
  • Clean the inner surfaces of your upper teeth, then your lower teeth
  • Clean the chewing surfaces
  • For fresher breath, be sure to brush your tongue, too

Dental implants

Dentistry A Solution for Missing Teeth
As we age, some of us will lose teeth due to disease, injury, or simple daily wear. In addition to bringing about unwanted changes to a person's facial appearance, missing teeth have a negative effect on that person's confidence and self-esteem. With the advent of implant dentistry, however, those who are missing one, two or several teeth no longer have to accept a lifetime of embarrassment and inconvenience. Dental implants, sturdy titanium posts that are anchored directly into the jawbone and topped with realistic replacement teeth, provide the security and usability of permanently placed teeth.

What are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are a restorative dentistry option that allows patients to replace missing teeth with ones that look, feel, and perform like their own. During the first step of this procedure, a doctor skilled in implant dentistry surgically places a titanium screw or post in the patient's jaw. After the gums have healed around the embedded post, a replacement tooth is attached to the top of it.

Dental Implants Benefits and Possible Complications
Dental implants are a vast improvement over conventional dentures. They're more stable and user-friendly than many other teeth replacement options, and because the posts that secure dental implants in place are integrated into the jaw, they also help prevent bone loss and gum recession (because the pressure of chewing on the implant's crown stimulates the underlying bone and prevents it from deteriorating from disuse). However, some medical circumstances including radiation therapy in the mouth area, and diseases such as diabetes -- lower the success rate for implant dentistry. For that reason, patients must undergo a rigorous screening process before they may proceed with implant dentistry.

Alternatives for Replacing Missing Teeth
Patients can choose from a variety of options to replace missing teeth. In addition to dental implants, there are removable partial dentures held in place by wire clips; fixed dental bridges cemented into position by crowns placed on the teeth adjacent to an empty space; and traditional full dentures.

Cost of Dental Implants Financing Options
The cost of dental implants varies depending on the number of missing teeth and the area of the country in which the implant dentistry is performed. The cost of dental implants different in ranges, so the average cost of the procedure is hard to pinpoint. Prior to treatment, your dental professional can go over implant prices and discuss your payment options with you. Fortunately, financing is available for people who require advanced treatment such as dental implant placement. Third party financing companies can provide credit and many dental offices offer installment plans for their dental implant patients to help manage the cost of replacing missing teeth.

Find a Dentist Near You
If you are searching pefect dental clinic for your dental implant Trrue smile dental clinic will be your first choice in terms of services, cost, care. We have many success story of Dental Implant. Visit our clinic for more information.

Root canal treatment

Root canal is a dental procedure which helps in removing the entire internal parts, mainly pulp chamber of the tooth. It also involves the filling of the prepared empty cavity with a suitable bio-compatible material. This procedure is done and advised only when the tooth can not compensate restoring material in a small cavity on the surface. The procedure involves the removal of the nervous elements of the tooth which have been infected or decayed already due to microbial action or any physical pressures.
The procedure that involves the root canal is also called as root canal therapy or root canal treatment. This is the only procedure that can help when the entire pulp and its contents are decayed. This procedure of root canal treatment can be done by a general dentist, but the one who specializes in this field is an Endodontist.

How is a root canal treatment done?
1. The dentist diagnoses a patient and advices for the treatment if the root canal is decayed.
2. The tooth area is isolated with the help of rubber dam kit, which is a rubber sheet fitted with the help of clamps or clips around the tooth which is going to be treated. This isolation helps in ease of operation for the dentist and prevents the entry of mixing of fluids from the motor and the saliva in the mouth.
The dentist would then prepare a cavity by the help of an aerotor which is done with proper outline and depth into the root, but this does not eliminate all the contents of the pulp chamber. Then the root canal files are used to entirely clean the root. These root canal files increase in thickness when they enter the root and help in removal of the pulp of the tooth.
3. After this is done, there are 2 ways of which one is chosen by the dentist Either do everything else in a single seating or sealing the cavity with a soothing medicine with a temporary filling material for a week until the next seating is called for the completion of the procedure.
4. The use of soothing medicine is that it prevents the spread of further infection, if there was any prior to the cavity preparation, or also prevention of occurrence of any new infection in that region.
5. The final stage includes the filling of the canal with some plastic material called Gutta Percha which are bio-compatible, and after the canal is filled, a suitable and aesthetic regular cement filling is done over it, which can be accompanied with crown placement sometimes.

How many seatings are required?
The dentist would try to make the treatment planning for the ease of the patient, but there are a few factors which decide the amount of chair time and the number of seatings -
1. The position of tooth in the mouth, maxillary molars take more time than the mandibular ones.
2. Number of roots present in a tooth and number of root canals seen in the roots, as each of the canal is to be emptied and filled with the filling material.
3. The length and thickness of root canals.
4. Previous procedures If the tooth has gone through some treatment earlier, like crown placement, then it takes more time for the entire procedure rather than the normal tooth with some small filling.

Some facts to remember -
Root canals are done to protect a tooth, the calcified tissues of the tooth. This helps in maintaining the jaw integrity. If the entire tooth is extracted, the space in between the adjacent teeth can lead to shifting around of those teeth if a bridge or implant placement is not done rightly there. So, a root canal treatment is advised for the protection of the tooth during an infection.
The thickness of the calcified structure would be considered by the dentist as they are more brittle and can break down. So to maintain and restore a tooth structure, crown placement is usually done. Any endodontic infection is accompanied with swelling due to inflammation of that region, which occurs after the necrosis or death of the oral tissue. This, if not taken care of, will spread to all the parts of the oral cavity and sometimes would lead to some medical complications in severe cases.
When root canal is done, it does not make the tooth entirely dead. Removal of the pulp contents do not make the tooth dead. The reason for this is that the tooth still gets adequate nourishment from the adjacent tissues and from the alveolar bone. So it is not regarded as a dead tooth, and it can be restored and maintains the integrity of the alveolar bone and dental arch when a crown is placed over it.

When is root canal advised?
1. Severe toothache which is during chewing or during contact with any extreme hot or extreme cold temperature material which is usually tolerated by the mouth.
2. Constant tooth pain during mastication or chewing
3. Darkening of the tooth
4. Swelling seen in the areas of gums around the tooth

Believe in these before going for a root canal -
1. Patients fear of root canal It was believed to be one of the most painful procedure in dentistry and every patient who was advised to have root canal done used to fear to go to the dentist. But this is not a problem now, as good anesthetics are available which can subside the pain.
2. It is not time consuming Earlier it used to take many visits for the completion of the root canal and this caused disturbance in the schedules of the patients and it was a hard task for them. Now it takes not more than 2 visits for the completion of the entire procedure.
3. Pain is not the only symptom As said above, root canal should be done to prevent an infection, only the pain can not be taken as a factor to consider. If there is no pain in a particular region but there is some swelling with discoloration, the dentist have to properly check for the infection.
Better than extraction It was believed entirely reverse of this. People used to believe in the fact that getting the tooth removed completely would be better than having root canal done. But maintaining the natural tooth for long can be helpful in proper chewing and strengthening of the tooth. Also the cost for extraction is followed by its next procedure like removable denture or implant, which costs more than a root canal procedure.

Pregnant women
There are suitable anesthetics available for pregnant women and the x-ray required during the root canal treatment is small and focused only in the mouth region, so does not affect the abdominal region. So there is no restriction for pregnant women and they can have the root canal done, but prior to the treatment, the dentist should be kept aware about the fact that the patient is pregnant.

Crown and bridge

Chances are that you're considering having a crown, a number of crowns or a permanent bridge designed. To assure the most esthetic and functional results possible, your cooperation and understanding are especially important to us. In this page we'll take you, step by step, through crown and bridge treatment.

Why Replace Missing Teeth?
Losing a tooth can be of social and psychological concern. Teeth are lost for a number of reasons including:
Dental decay
Periodontal (gum) disease
Trauma (injury or accident)
When a permanent tooth is lost, the neighboring teeth are affected. Because the support and chewing forces are altered, the remaining teeth will begin to shift. The tooth above or below the one that was lost will begin to move up and out of its socket. This accelerates periodontal (gum) disease and causes further breakdown in the dental arch. If the missing tooth is not replaced, more teeth will eventually be lost, due to the improper forces exerted during chewing.

What Is Crown And Bridge Treatment?
Crown and bridge treatment is a long-term method of replacing missing teeth. A crown is placed on an individual tooth, (somewhat like a thimble over your finger) where there is no longer sufficient tooth structure left to place a filling.
A bridge spans a space where one or more teeth have been lost in the dental arch. The teeth on either end of the span are crowned, and are referred to as abutments. The false teeth in a bridge that join the abutments are referred to as pontics. Crowns and bridges are most often made from superior materials such as precious metals (gold), semi-precious metals, porcelain, or a combination of metal fused to porcelain.
Both esthetics (appearance) and function are considered when selecting the material most suitable for you.

How Is Treatment Performed?
At the first appointment a thorough oral examination, evaluation of your dental history and necessary X-rays are completed. The diagnosis is based on these three factors. Once it has been determined that crown and bridge treatment is indicated, you will be set up with a series of appointments.
Note: It's important that you keep all of these appointments.
You see, your treatment occurs in a planned sequence. Missing or postponing your appointment may cause treatment delays, allowing further tooth movement before treatment can be completed.

What Will Happen?
The tooth or teeth to be treated are numbed with an anesthetic. Sometimes you can expect the side of your face to feel numb, as well. Next, during the preparation phase, your tooth or teeth to be crowned are trimmed down. This allows sufficient space for the crown or bridge to fit. After this preparation stage has been completed, an impression of that area of your mouth is taken. Your teeth will be fitted with temporary coverage until your next appointment.
At the following appointment, the crown or bridge is adjusted for proper fit, prior to permanent placement. It is often necessary to fine trim and polish the new crown or bridge.

Other factors we consider include:
Esthetics - color match and appearance
Function - chewing and biting accuracy
Tissue compatibility- the contour of the prosthesis must allow the surrounding tissue to conform to a natural, healthy position.

Replacing Missing Teeth :
Helps restore and maintain the natural bite.
Prevents unnatural stress on other teeth.
Helps keep opposing teeth in their proper place.
Prevents shifting and tilting of adjacent teeth.
Helps prevent further dental decay and periodontal (gum) disease.
Maximizes your smile, speech and chewing function.

Gum surgery

Believe it or not, gum problems are the most common diseases affecting the human population.
Most of the people think that teeth are the only element of a beautiful smile. However, the fact is that the size, shape, integrity and health of gum tissue greatly influence the aesthetic appearance of even the most perfect teeth. Too much gum tissue can lead to teeth that look short and wide while too little gum tissue can lead to exposure of root surfaces of teeth that look way too long.
Periodontics is an area of expertise that deals with treatment of the gum and bone supporting the teeth.
In health, the gums firmly grip the neck of the tooth. If food is allowed to accumulate between the tooth and the gum margin, it forms plaque along with the microbes. The resultant irritation of the gum margins produces a condition called as GINGIVITIS characterized by redness, bleeding and swelling of the gums. If proper attention is paid at this stage the condition is perfectly reversible. However in untreated cases the condition further deteriorates leading to the destruction of the tooth-supporting tissues. The condition is then called PERIODONTITIS or PYORRHOEA. At this stage the teeth start shaking, they are unable to withstand chewing forces, pus forms in the gums and foul smell starts from the mouth.

1. Non-surgical treatment involves scaling and polishing of teeth. The procedure aims to remove food particles, plaque and calculus accumulating around the tooth. The effectiveness of the procedure depends largely on the stage of the disease, the efficiency of instrumentation and the maintenance on the part of the patient.
No matter how good we are at brushing, we cannot achieve 100% efficiency in cleaning. So, small depositions continue to occur on a daily basis. For long term maintenance of teeth, it is therefore advisable to go in for a professional cleaning once in six months even if you do not have an evident gum problem.
2. The Surgical approach to treatment is usually recommended for resistant cases where complete removal of the irritants from root surface of the tooth is not possible by scaling alone due to the deep penetration of the deposits. The procedure also called as flap surgery or flap operation involves reflection of the gums by 1-1 1/2 mm and debriding the area under local anesthesia with direct visualization of the deposits. The procedure is completely painless and involves minimum post-operative pain or discomfort.
In certain cases however it is possible to regrow the lost bone by use of certain bone substitutes called Bone grafts. Such cases provide the ideal outcome of therapy by regenerating the lost tissues.

Gum Recession
Another commonly encountered problem with respect to gums is the recession of gum margins. The etiology of the condition is related to faulty tooth brushing technique or the use of hard-bristle brush. The significance of the condition to the patient lies in the fact that the exposed root surfaces left by the receding gums are sensitive to hot and cold and that the exposed root surfaces are prone to decay. Also, receded gums can make your teeth look unnaturally long robbing you of your beautiful smile.

Treatment of gingival recession:
The treatment of gingival recession involves coverage of the exposed root surface. This is achieved either by
1.) pulling the gum margin coronally
2.) by covering the recessed area by a transplanted tissue. The tissue may be derived either from one's own body (palate) or some commercially available substitutes (alloderm) may be used. In the past this procedure required that a piece of tissue be harvested from the roof of your mouth to serve as the graft material. Unfortunately, not everyone has enough tissue available or wants to have tissue taken from this sensitive area. Now, however, you have a choice: AlloDerm. Every patient is different and patient results may vary. Only a trained clinician can determine the best treatment plan for you.

What is AlloDerm ?
AlloDerm is donated human tissue that has been processed to remove all cells,leaving behind a regenerative collagen matrix. The matrix is preserved with a patented freeze-drying process.

How safe is AlloDerm?
The donor tissue undergoes the same stringent screening criteria as any other implantable tissue or organ (heart, lungs &kidneys,etc.). AlloDerm is a processed tissue that comes from donors who are extensively screened and tested for presence of diseases including HIV and hepatitis Since its introduction in 1994,there have been more than 750,000 AlloDerm grafts placed with no incidence of disease transmission.

Why choose AlloDerm for my procedure?
1. AlloDerm allows you to receive the necessary grafting treatment without the concern and discomfort associated with palatal tissue harvesting.
2. Alloderm is available in unlimited quantities allowing treatment of all necessary areas in fewer visits than would be possible with palatal harvesting.
3. AlloDerm results are equivalent to those with palatal tissue.

How does AlloDerm work?
AlloDerm repairs damaged tissue by providing a foundation for new tissue regeneration. The components preserved in AlloDerm contain the information that will help your own tissue to grow into the graft after placement. Soon after placement, blood flows from your tissue into the AlloDerm. Next, your own cells move into AlloDerm and begin the process of tissue regeneration. This is the way your body replaces cells during its regular maintenance cycle.
As the healing progresses, more of your cells move into the AlloDerm and transform it into tissue that looks and functions naturally.

What happens after the healing process?
Over time, AlloDerm allows regrowth of your own healthy gum tissue. Once recovery is complete, you won it be able to tell the AlloDerm was ever there.

Splinting- Managing mobile teeth
Splinting refers to "the joining of two or more teeth into a rigid unit by means of fixed or removable restorations or devices. The overall objective is to create an environment where tooth movement can be limited within physiologic limits with simultaneous restoration of function and patient comfort. The splint may be indicated because of individual tooth mobility or mobility of the entire dentition. Splinting may be a way to gain stability, reduce or eliminate the mobility, and relieve the pain and discomfort. Splints may be classified as provisional and definitive. The type of splint depends on the intended goal of therapy.
Temporary splints may be worn for less than 6 months and may not be followed by additional splint therapy. They provide an insight into whether or not stabilization of the teeth provides any benefit before any irreversible definitive treatment is even initiated. These splints typically are fabricated using thin stainless steel wires, and tooth colored composite resin restorative materials. The splint can also be reinforced in several ways using one of the following materials: ligature wire, glass fiber, or a polyethylene fiber reinforced polymer( Ribbond Fiber). When anterior teeth require splinting, tooth colored restorative resin reinforced with polyethylene fiber is the material of choice. Such an interim restoration not only can improve esthetics, it can restore the occlusal scheme to be incorporated into any definitive prostheses. Only after the interim restoration has been worn by the patient can the design and occlusal form of the final prosthesis be evaluated and incorporated. in the definitive restoration. In patients with a history of bruxism and clenching, special occlusal splints are recommended to help stabilize teeth following selective occlusal adjustment.
Permanent splints maintain long term stability of the dentition. Definitive splints are placed only after stability has been achieved in order to increase functional stability, and improve esthetics on a long-term basis. Such treatment includes conventional fixed prostheses (Dental Bridges) because they provide definitive rigidity and are better able to control and direct occlusal forces than removable splints.
However, the mere presence of tooth mobility does not justify the need to splint teeth. Splinting is best viewed as a preventive treatment measure for teeth that have minimal or no bone loss, yet are clinically mobile. Therefore before treatment is started, the cause of any mobility must be identified. Extraction is an appropriate treatment for extremely mobile teeth.

Teeth whitening

We at our clinic provide chair side as well as home bleaching options for the patients interested in getting a whiter shade for their teeth. Bleaching the teeth in the clinic takes about 40mins whereas the home bleach is used by the patient by the patient on a custom made tray made to fit the teeth to be used at night. Duration of the tray to be kept in the mouth is based on the strength of the bleach used. Bleaching, however, does not keep the teeth permanently white. Those who want to have a more lasting whitening result have the option of getting veneers placed for better results.

If you feel conscious when you smile because of discoloured teeth, we have the solution to lighten and brighten your smile. You can use tooth-whitening treatments that would lighten your discoloured teeth and the results are almost immediate.

There are two ways to tooth whitening. You can get customised bleaching trays made by your dentist and then use bleaching gels in the comfort of your home till you are satisfied with the lighter tooth colour. This is the home bleach procedure. We also do office bleaching that requires you to visit us for your whitening sessions. These may be one or two sessions, according to the level of whiteness you desire. This, and a lot more, can give you that perfect smile you always dreamt of.

Zoom2 Tooth Whitening

What is Zoom2 Tooth Whitening?
If you're looking for a fast way to dramatically whiten your teeth, Zoom2 Chair side Whitening System may be the answer for you.
In just 45 minutes, this safe and effective system can give you the instant results you've been wanting an average of eight shades! A specially designed light activates the Zoom! Whitening Gel to gently break down stains on your teeth to put the sparkle back in your smile! Also with the new Zoom2 system, our patients experience up to 67% less sensitivity than with the previous Zoom! system.
Zoom2 Whitening is very safe while under the supervision of a trained dentist, like Dr. Ambert . It is one of the safest procedures in cosmetic dentistry. However, we do not recommend this procedure for pregnant women or children under age 13.

What is Zoom! Tooth Whitening?
Zoom! is a bleaching process that lightens discoloration of enamel and dentin.

What causes tooth discoloration?
There are many causes. The most common include aging and consumption of staining substances such as coffee, tea, colas, tobacco, red wine, etc. During tooth formation, consumption of tetracycline, certain antibiotics or excessive fluoride may also cause tooth discoloration.

Do many people whiten their teeth?
More people than you might imagine. A bright sparkling smile can make a big difference for everyone. The Zoom! Chair side Whitening System makes it easier and faster than ever before.

How long do the results last?
By following some simple post-whitening care instructions, your teeth will always be lighter than they were before. To keep your teeth looking their best, we recommend flossing, brushing twice daily, regular dental cleanings and occasional touch-ups with Zoom! Take-Home gel. These are professional formula products designed specifically to keep your teeth their brightest. They are available only through your dental professional.

Smile design

For an extreme smile makeovers to get the smile you have always dreamt of with accomplished and skilled dental artisans capable of complete cosmetic restorative and reconstructive methods to acheive the most dramatic cosmetic smile makeover.

Imagine that in just a few office visits, you could have a custom made smile to fit your face; a smile that feels totally natural and brings out a new you; a smile designed to last a lifetime...

This dream come true is what we call 'A SMILE MAKEOVER!'

Complete dentures

Types of Complete dentures:

Complete Denture - complete dentures is placed by dentist in the patient's mouth after all the teeth havebeen extracted and the gum tissue has healed. Healing takes anywhere from a few weeks to a few months by dentists, depending upon the patient.

Overdenture - An Overdenture usually requires that at least 2 roots be kept. These roots may be used to hold the dentures in place by placing inserts in the roots and in the dentures. The denture then attaches to the roots. These roots also give support to the denture and help retain the ridge the denture sits on.

Implant-Retained Denture - An Implant-Retained Denture is the type of dental prosthesis that uses implants as anchors. We at dental art chennai, our dentist may suggest conventional implants to support your denture or MDI-mini implants designed only for dentures.

Immediate Denture - An Immediate Denture is placed the same day the teeth are extracted by chennai dental art dentists. The advantage to an Immediate Denture is that the patient does not have to be without teeth during the healing period.

Partial Denture - A Partial Denture or "removable bridge" replaces one or more missing teeth, but there must be teeth remaining for the partial to attach to. Unlike a Fixed Bridge, a partial is removable. A partial will prevent other teeth from shifting, preserving your remaining teeth.


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True Smile Dental Clinic

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House No. 904, Rami Park Society, Street No. 11, Dindoli Gaon Road, Surat
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