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From No Teeth
Fixed Teeth
In just 72 hours!

Yes, now you have a method by which
you can get fixed, functioning teeth
on your dental implants within 72 hours!
No more waiting for months or years
before you can get the fixed teeth.

Enjoy the pleasure of having your favorite food!
No more moments of embarrassment because of loose dentures…
Why wait for months when you can
Get the teeth to function within 72 hours?

It is for you

  • If you don’t want to wear a loose denture even for a single day
  • If your denture keeps on hurting you all the time
  • If you are a person who is not able to adjust to the denture even after giving it a try
  • If you don’t like taking out the denture from your mouth for washing and cleaning
  • If you have considered going for dental implants to receive fixed teeth, but you are not willing to wait for 3 months to up to 1.5 years before you get the teeth on top of the implants
  • If you have already consulted a dentist for dental implants and you have been told that you can not get the implants done as you don’t have adequate bone to place the implants
  • If you have been told by your dentist that you have enlarged sinuses and you need to get the grafting process done before you can have your implants done

Book your appointment now to know how you can be benefited

Making Your Dream Smile Come True

Having a flawless, natural-looking SMILE CHANGES the way YOU think about YOURSELF. It gives YOU a boost of confidence – YOU smile more, feel more outgoing, and new opportunities suddenly start to come YOUR way.

Are you having any MISSING TEETH? Then dental IMPLANT is the best option.Visit us today to find out how this proven treatment can give you BEAUTIFUL SMILE, improve your CHEWING efficiency and give you more CONFIDENCE.

At Shreeji clinic, we have the utmost respect for your time — and we don’t make you wait. In fact, we call our room a reception area instead of a “waiting room.” We ourselves dislike waiting in lines and offices, and we can’t STAND it when you are “out there” waiting for us. So, we work every day — every hour — as a team to prevent you from waiting.

Things happen — and sometimes you have those days when you’re running behind. We have them too, and at these times we give you courtesy phone calls to give you a heads up that you may have to wait a bit. Maybe you have an errand you can squeeze in before coming to see us. Nevertheless, we respect your time. It’s just one more thing that sets Shreeji Clinic far apart from your typical health care experience.

At Shreeji Clinic, every member of our team works passionately toward a philosophy of common goals. It is our true desire to deliver the very best dentistry available in the world. Equal in our desire to deliver the best dentistry is our constant drive to provide unparalleled hospitality and customer service to every patient we encounter in our workday and beyond.

We work hard every day to better ourselves and each member of our Shreeji Clinic team, so that we can ensure that you enjoy the benefits of our philosophy and goal.

What more can we say? At Shreeji Clinic, we like to drill less on our patients. In the last 5 years, innovations in dentistry have taken patient care and treatment procedures to an advanced (and much less aggressive) level. As technology advances, invasive treatments diminish and become replaced with minimal, gentle and simple procedures.

In addition to these minimally invasive restorative techniques, we use of technological advancements coupled with innovative and gentle peridontal (gum) disease treatment create an industry-leading dental practice committed to continued education and dedicated to quality patient care. Dentistry’s changing in a major way, even in the last 5 years. The main way that dentistry’s changing, it’s becoming less invasive. That means for the patient, I’m having to drill less on you; patience like that. You want who’s trying to drill as little as possible and let your body heal and work with your total wellness.

  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Tooth Whitening
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Dental Implants
  • Crown & Bridge
  • Dental Bridge
  • Reshaping & contouring
  • Smile designing
  • Mobile Teeth soluton
  • impacted teeth removal
  • Xrays
  • Flexible dentures
  • Occlusion
  • Bleaching in an houre
  • Fissure sealant
  • Cosmetic gum Surgery
  • Gum Treatment & Surgery
  • Braces
  • Patient Education
  • Dentures
  • Cast Partial dentures
  • Full Mouth rehabilitation
  • Cleaning & Filling
  • Composite laminates
  • Fixes Tefixed teth replacement
  • bone Grafting
  • Kids dentistry
  • Teeth cleanig
  • Over dentures
  • Temporo mandibular joint disorders
  • Maxillo Facial prosthesis
  • Extractions

Whether for a single missing tooth or replacement of all of a patient’s teeth, oral implant is now recognized as standard treatment for a full range of problems.

When an individual has lost all of their teeth, usually a denture can be made. Over the years, the bone that supports the denture may wear down to such a degree that it can no longer support the denture. Most long term denture wearers will ultimately use adhesives to stabilize their denture. However, they will have still lost 40-80% of their chewing ability.

Dental implants provide a stable foundation for the fully edentulous patient to regain nearly 90% of their chewing ability, never having to experience a limited diet or the embarrassment of an ill-fitting denture.

The partially edentulous patient who seeks to be restored through conventional crown and bridge may not desire to have any of their natural healthy teeth utilized to fill the space of a missing tooth. A dental implant provides a foundation for a single tooth or multiple teeth to be placed. Experience and competency are critical when working with a dentist or oral surgeon. Implants are more expensive to receive than are other traditional forms of conventional dentistry, but the rewards may far outweigh the financial costs. It is essential that implants be given proper care or they can be lost by the same type bone loss as natural teeth. What is oral implant?

  • It can treat cases unstable with conventional methods of dental bridges and dentures.
  • It can perfectly restore chewing function.
  • It prevents further resorption of the jaw bone following tooth loss.
  • It can avoid cutting down and overloading the natural teeth occurring with conventional means of replacing tooth loss.
  • It helps restore a patient’s self-esteem and confidence since it gives the feeling of regaining the real teeth.
  • It functions better than conventional dental bridges and dentures.
  • It gives superior aesthetic results.
  • You will be a suitable candidate for oral implant if you fulfill the following requirements:
  • You should be medically fit to undergo ordinary surgery.
  • Your jaw must have enough bone to support the implant.( if not,bone grafting may be required ).
  • There must be enough space to accommodate the prosthesis over the implant.
  • You must understand what the treatment can offer.
  • You must realize to what extent the treatment can meet your expectations.

You should consider oral implant when:

  • You do not want to have your natural teeth cut down which is required in making your conventional dental bridge.
  • You cannot wear or chew with your denture.
  • You cannot tolerate a denture in your mouth.
  • You do not want to damage your remaining teeth from wearing a partial denture.
  • You have lost your back teeth making it impossible to construct conventional dental bridge.
  • You have a long toothless span which is not indicated for making a conventional dental bridge.
  • You want superior aesthetic result with your tooth replacement.

The surgery can commence after thorough diagnosis and treatment planning. A recipient site of the same size and shape as the implant is created in the jawbone with drilling instrument. the implant is inserted into the site prepared. Usually, a healing period of 3—6 month is require for the jawbone to fuse with the implant. The jawbone has the different densities in different areas- the denser the bone, the shorter the healing period. After this healing period, the prosthesis is constructed over the implant and the treatment is completed. Usually, a straightforward implant treatment takes about 4 to 7 month to complete. Longer period are require for complex situation such as cases requiring bone grafting.

The operation will be performed under aseptic condition usually in a clinic with proper facilities and condition for oral implant surgery.Local anaesthesia is given for pain control during the operation. Intravenous can be given if necessary. Pain which may occur after the operation can be effectively controlled with oral medications. The prosthetic part of the implant treatment does mot require anaesthesia.

Modern oral implant treatment is highly successful, as a general guideline, the five-year success rate of oral implant is more than 95% with the lower jaw (mandible) and about 90% with the upper jaw (maxilla). The success rates may slowly decrease as the implant stays longer in function. In difficult cases, the success rates are expected to be lower. Despite the overall high success rates with oral implant treatment, there is still the possibility of failure which can be contributed by various factors and conditions, such as poor healing power, poor bone quality, smoking and diabetes.

Before the cost of your implants can be determined:

  1. You must have your evaluation to help the dental team decide whether you are a good candidate for dental implants.
  2. After your evaluation, selection of the implant type and the proper procedures to be done , the cost will be calculated.

Prosthodontics is one of eight dental specialties recognized by the Dental Council of India

The typical prosthodontic training includes four years of dental school and three years of Prosthodontic Training in areas of dentistry that include crowns, bridges, dentures, cosmetics, tempromandibular joint function and dental implants.

A Prosthodontist provides an extremely high level of care for patients who are missing teeth or have significant damage to their existing teeth. Prosthodontists deal with congenital defects as well as problems arising from trauma and neglect. The Prosthodontist can aid in the rehabilitation of a complete dentition or merely in the replacement of one or two teeth. With the advent of dental implants as a viable means of replacing teeth, the prosthodontist’s role has expanded substantially. The prosthodontist can supply the control and expertise that is necessary to make an implant supported restoration look and function properly.

A prosthodontist will usually treat the more difficult dental problems such as people who are missing many teeth or have significant functional or aesthetic problems. While the general practitioner is capable of handling most simple crown and bridge procedures to replace and repair missing teeth. When it comes to restoring an entire arch or the whole mouth, the prosthodontist is indicated for this difficult and complex type of dental treatment.

Patients contemplating dental implants or major changes in their appearance should consult with a prosthodontist to assure that they are gaining the best possible care for their dentition. These difficult treatments require the expertise that is only available by a trained prosthodontist.

Training requirements for prosthodontics are very strict and standardized throughout the country. Prosthodontic programs are usually small and extremely difficult to get into.

Rigorous training and experience provide Prosthodontists with the special understanding of the dynamics of the smile, the preservation of a healthy mouth, and the creation of tooth replacements. Serving as the “architect” of a dental treatment plan, Prosthodontists collaborate with general dentists, specialists and other health professionals to develop solutions to your dental concerns.

General dentists are trained to do most of the procedures in everyday dentistry. The specialists are utilized to provide a higher standard of care and to treat the more difficult patients. Any dentist, for instance, may extract a tooth or make a crown. An oral surgeon is often consulted for difficult extractions such as wisdom teeth and other maxillofacial surgical procedures while a prosthodontist might be consulted for a complete set of crowns or a major rehabilitation of the mouth.

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