Dental Jewelry by RxCura – Know everything about this craze

Dental jewels are very much sought after lately, especially among young people, giving a unique decoration to your smile!

Dental jewelry can be zirconium or real diamond

 

Applying zirconium on the tooth is a completely painless, fast and simple operation. Zirconium can be found in different colors, it attaches to the tooth without damaging it, i.e. without having to squander it. The beauty and splendor of the zirconia attracts the gaze of every person to whom your smile is addressed.

 

 

To date, there are different types of Tooth Jewelry that apply to the dental surface as explained below. Dental jewelry is placed on the front teeth of the upper arch.

 

Paste

 

They are artificial crystals of small size which are fastened to the teeth by means of special glue for short periods of time, ranging from a few weeks to 2 months. These crystals are non-toxic and 100% safe to use whenever you buy and them placed from a certified professional in the area.

 

DScales

 

The scales are small jewels that are processed with a special technology, where they degrade the material in different phases to make specific forms. As far as we talk about the appearance, they do not differ much from the paste. Chances are that only its owner has true knowledge of the origin of those small glitters in their smile. However, the great difference is that they last a long time without risk of them coming off even for 2 or 3 years and without having any type of problems.

 

Twinkle

 

They are figures made of gold with some or no gems. These forms of jewels go beyond the usual shapes of geometric figures. It is the only type of dental jewelry that allows you to incorporate precious stones. The most used forms are diamonds, sea water, sapphires and of course paste, imitating any kind of jewel. When using such exotic materials, the tooth jewelry costs of these small pieces are high.

 

Is it safe to use dental jewelry?

 

Dental jewelry is bonded with chemical bonds through adhesives that are also used when making the fillings with the method called Bonding system.

 

 

Oral hygiene is maintained with toothbrush and toothpaste, as usual, to prevent the onset of dental plaque around and within dental jewelry.

 

 

Dental jewelry are 100% safe and are easily removable when you don’t need them.

 

How to remove them?

 

If you want to remove Tooth jewelry from teeth then it can be done very easily: the jewel and the sticker are removed by carefully grouting, without damaging the dental enamel!

 

 

If you decide to apply a real bright (0.004 carat) diamond, the procedure is slightly different. For safety reasons, the dental enamel must be covered with a special drill (0.3 mm) and the diamond is attached to the “tooth”.

 

 

An interesting fact is that some people undergo Tooth jewelry treatment for practical purposes, such as hiding individual deficiencies in the teeth (roughness, pigmentation, etc.), dental jewelry is considered attractive in different countries and helps to create an unusual style, but it is necessary to remember that only professionals are able to install and remove them when you want them to, without serious consequences.

 

 

Our experts in RxCura for dental jewelry in Bangalore will be able to give your teeth an extra touch of brightness but safely and without unpleasant surprises during tooth jewelry procedure.

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Oral Cancer Treatment by RxCura

What is cancer of the oral cavity?

 

  • Mesial impaction: The tooth angled from too far towards the front of the mouth. It is one of the most common types of impact.

  • Vertical impaction: These teeth come fairly straight however, there is not enough room in mouth to accommodate it.

  • Horizontal impaction: Teeth impacted horizontally by lying on their side.

  • Distal impaction: Distally impacted teeth that are titled to the back of the mouth.

  • Soft tissue impaction: It occurs when the tooth gets erupted through the gums.

  • Bony impaction: When your tooth is completely within the bone.

 

Other types of cancers of the mouth include:

 

  • Basal cell carcinoma mainly manifested on the upper lip;

  • Melanoma, a skin cancer that originates in the cells producing the pigment in the oral mucosa;

  • The adenocarcinoma that affects the salivary glands;

  • Lymphoma;

  • Sarcoma of the bones and soft tissues of the oral cavity;

  • Teratoma;

  • Others include very rare malignancies.

 

What is cancer of the oral cavity?

 

Oral cancer is actually a part of the family of cancers of the head and neck, also called cancers of the upper aerodigestive pathways. It is characterized by the appearance, development, and spread of abnormal cells in the oral cavity. It mainly affects the following regions and structures:

 

  • The inside of the mouth, including the tongue, the mucosa lining – the inside of the cheeks, the buccal floor (under the tongue), the buccal ceiling (hard palate) and the soft palate;

  • The gums;

  • The upper and lower lips;

  • The salivary glands;

  • The tonsils;

  • The throat or pharynx

 

 

Common causes of Oral Cancer

 

Alone, tobacco and alcohol would be about the leaders three-quarters (75%), cases of oral cancer and pharynx (throat). These are the most important factors and also those that can be relatively easily controlled.

 

Consequences of oral cance

 

Oral cancer remains unknown today. However, people who are afflicted can never forget it, because it touches a region of the body, the mouth, which is frequently used, either to eat, to talk. Cancer of the mouth can therefore considerably reduce the quality of life of the person who suffers from it because it often brings its share of problems according to the affected part of the mouth.

 

Among the issues directly related to cancer, there is dry mouth, the pain or discomfort during chewing, swallowing and speech and even the alteration or total loss of taste and even smell.

 

 

Some problems are rather secondary, being a discomfort to appear in public or to communicate with others in the case where external anatomical structures are affected by cancer. In the most distressing cases, some cancer patients may suffer significant financial losses if cancer causes them to leave their jobs or retire early.

 

Oral Cancer Treatment

 

If a lesion turns out to be cancerous, the radiotherapy, chemotherapy and oncology surgery can be attempted to eliminate cancer (in case it is detected early) or to decrease the size of the tumor sufficiently to prolong the life of the patient (in case the cancer is detected at an advanced stage of the disease). Oral Cancer Treatment cost depends on the patient’s state of health, where the tumor is located, method of treatment and the cancer stage. It should be noted that combinations of radiotherapy and chemotherapy or surgery and complementary radiotherapy are used more for the advanced stages of oral cancer and that chemotherapy alone is a rarely considered as a treatment for this type of cancer.

 

Depending on the patient’s oral health, Oral Cancer Clinic in Bangalore may perform some procedures before radiotherapy treatments, such as the extraction of irrecoverable teeth, repair of defective fillings, endodontic treatment, restoration of damaged teeth, fluoridation teeth, etc. A close partnership between the treating dentist and the radiation oncologist who administers radiotherapy treatments must then be established quickly to minimize the side effects of treatments while attempting to preserve as many oral structures as possible in the process.

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Digital Smile Makeover By RxCura

Things to know about Digital Smile Makeover

 

A Digital Smile Makeover is a process that is intended to give a person a more upright, more attractive smile with the help of specialized software to simulate the corrected smile upfront. Many people are self-conscious of their smile because they feel that their teeth are not enough white/ fairly straight or they have missing teeth or fillings. These problems cause people so self-aware that they do not want to smile or laugh or even get photographed because they are unhappy with their appearance. If this is the case then Smile Makeover is the right solution for you.

What kind of problems can be rectified with Smile Makeover?

 

 

Often the frame of a Smile Makeover treatment includes straightening the crooked teeth that are overlapping each other so that they can be moved into better positions. Unsightly holes can cause a person to feel a hesitant about smiling, so these problems are usually addressed in the smile makeover procedure. If a person is missing teeth, they can also be replaced as part of the process of the smile makeover. The number of processes a person needs will depend on the dental problems he has, and each case is unique.

Types of Treatment covered in Smile Makeover

 

 

 

Smile Makeover not only covers the Cosmetic Dental treatment but also compulsive treatment for correction of teeth disorders. Some of the procedures (among others) are:

 

  • Veneers or Lumineers: These fine porcelain shells are tied to your teeth to conceal dental defects and create a brighter smile. Both options are stain resistant, durable, and easy to maintain.

  • Teeth whitening: Who does not want a brighter and whiter smile? RxCura Digital Smile Makeover clinic can definitely help you achieve this through whitening in clinics or takeaway bleach trays.

  • Bonding: With dental bonding, we can improve the appearance and functioning of your teeth by building and shaping the tooth with a compound and colored resin.

  • Crowns: A crown helps to improve the health, function or appearance of the tooth. They are used for aesthetic purposes as well as for repairing damaged teeth requiring protection.

  • Bridges: A dental bridge can restore your smile by filling the space created by one or more missing teeth. It consists of crowns (for teeth on either side of the space) and false teeth (for gaps).

  • Implants: If you have removed a tooth, you may be interested in a dental implant that will replace the roots of the tooth and will create a solid foundation for a replacement tooth designed to match your natural teeth.

 

What to expect in Digital Smile Designing

 

Getting a Digital Smile Designing usually begins with an appointment with a cosmetic dentist. The dentist will usually evaluate the overall dental health of the patients and the different possibilities to improve his smile. The patient usually can tell the dentist what his expectations are for his or her beautiful smile. Your dentist will design the makeover smile with the help of specialized software. The simulated smiles can be seen by the patient over the computer and can provide their inputs to enhance it further.

 

While a smile makeover offers you many benefits that include enhancing appearance, giving you a confident smile and more, there are some disadvantages to consider. For example, a Digital Smile Design can be expensive. Also, some smile makeover procedures can take a long time, involving a few trips to the dentist, especially for those who require a high degree of dental reconstruction.

 

At RxCura, we strive to provide the best Digital Smile Makeover in Bangalore to our patients at very affordable prices. Our aim is to bring out the best smile hidden in every face.

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What is Mandibular Fracture?

A Mandibular fracture is a breakthrough the mandibular bone (lower jaw), which can be triggered by a traumatic or occur spontaneously, depending on the debilitating intrinsic circumstances or violent muscular contractions. Traumatic agents can be mechanical (traffic accidents, labor, fighting), physical-chemical, or pathological.

According to specialists in RxCura, these agents can act through two differentiated mechanisms. The direct, by which the fracture occurs in the same place where the agent has worked, and the indirect one, whereby the fracture occurs at some distance from the place of impact, which may or may not be fractured.

Clinically, Oral Fracture is usually characterized by:

 

 

Veneers treatment are mainly used for three reasons: Wear, genetics and worn enamel

 

  • Inability in opening or closing the mouth completely

  • Deformity of the mandibular arch resulting in misalignment of upper & lower teeth (inappropriate occlusion)

  • Crepitation, displacement and abnormal mobility of lower jaw,

  • Painful inflammation on palpation.

  • Facial asymmetry (fracture or bone dislocation).

  • Crepitation, displacement and abnormal mobility of lower jaw,

  • Anesthesia of the lips (i.e. Loss of sensation) due to injury to the nerve.

  • Altered sensation (Paresthesias) in tongue, lips, bleeding gums.

 

 

Mandibular fractures are typically the result of trauma either a fall onto the chin or a hit from the side or accidents.

 

The mandibular areas most susceptible to fractures are the mental foramen, mandibular angle, condyle neck, areas weakened by the absence of teeth. Diagnosis can be made with X-rays, CT scans.

 

For Broken Jaw Treatment, it is necessary, in the first instance, to save the life of the patient if it has been put in danger. Treating mandibular fracture involves providing the optimal environment for bony healing to occur like adequate blood supply, immobilization and proper alignment of fracture segments. Most fracture requires reduction and fixation to allow for primary and secondary bone healing. Immediate surgery is not necessarily required. Supportive treatment with antibiotics should be started first. Specific treatment of Broken Jaw Surgery may even delay between 7 and 10 days later. The goal is to reduce displacement to establish a normal occlusion of the patient and immobilize the fracture fragments until the bone is reattached.

 

There are different types of method to fix the broken mandible like reduction, intermaxillary fixation with arch bar, screw, splints. The method adopted by your doctor will depend on the site and severity of fracture, patient age and presence or absence of teeth on the fracture site

 

Dentists at Rxcura Oral Fracture Treatment clinic take into account patient safety before proceeding to repair maxillofacial fractures. Such fractures can cause severe complications, such as infections, delayed union or lack of union of bone fragments and occlusion disorders, among others. To avoid this, it is necessary to carefully follow the appropriate treatment, which will be informed by your specialists.

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Dental Jewelry- Know everything about this craze

Dental jewels are very much sought after lately, especially among young people, giving a unique decoration to your smile!

Dental jewelry can be zirconium or real diamond

Applying zirconium on the tooth is a completely painless, fast and simple operation. Zirconium can be found in different colors, it attaches to the tooth without damaging it, i.e. without having to squander it. The beauty and splendor of the zirconia attracts the gaze of every person to whom your smile is addressed.

To date, there are different types of Tooth Jewelry that apply to the dental surface as explained below. Dental jewelry is placed on the front teeth of the upper arch.

Paste

They are artificial crystals of small size which are fastened to the teeth by means of special glue for short periods of time, ranging from a few weeks to 2 months. These crystals are non-toxic and 100% safe to use whenever you buy and them placed from a certified professional in the area.

 DScales

 The scales are small jewels that are processed with a special technology, where they degrade the material in different phases to make specific forms. As far as we talk about the appearance, they do not differ much from the paste. Chances are that only its owner has true knowledge of the origin of those small glitters in their smile. However, the great difference is that they last a long time without risk of them coming off even for 2 or 3 years and without having any type of problems.

Twinkle

 They are figures made of gold with some or no gems. These forms of jewels go beyond the usual shapes of geometric figures. It is the only type of dental jewelry that allows you to incorporate precious stones. The most used forms are diamonds, sea water, sapphires and of course paste, imitating any kind of jewel. When using such exotic materials, the tooth jewelry costs of these small pieces are high.

 

Is it safe to use dental jewelry?

Dental jewelry is bonded with chemical bonds through adhesives that are also used when making the fillings with the method called Bonding system.

Oral hygiene is maintained with toothbrush and toothpaste, as usual, to prevent the onset of dental plaque around and within dental jewelry.

Dental jewelry are 100% safe and are easily removable when you don’t need them.

How to remove them?

If you want to remove Tooth jewelry from teeth then it can be done very easily: the jewel and the sticker are removed by carefully grouting, without damaging the dental enamel!

If you decide to apply a real bright (0.004 carat) diamond, the procedure is slightly different. For safety reasons, the dental enamel must be covered with a special drill (0.3 mm) and the diamond is attached to the “tooth”.

An interesting fact is that some people undergo Tooth jewelry treatment for practical purposes, such as hiding individual deficiencies in the teeth (roughness, pigmentation, etc.), dental jewelry is considered attractive in different countries and helps to create an unusual style, but it is necessary to remember that only professionals are able to install and remove them when you want them to, without serious consequences.

Our experts in RxCura for dental jewelry in Bangalore will be able to give your teeth an extra touch of brightness but safely and without unpleasant surprises during tooth jewelry procedure.

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RxCura – Invisalign Treatment

An Overview

 

Invisalign, an invisible plastic dental device, is a brand name of an orthodontic device that is used to align teeth.

The invisible dental appliance is a series of transparent plastic pins that are custom made for each patient. Each pin that the patient carries moves slowly until all the teeth are aligned to their desired end position.

Invisible dental appliances are probably the least visible appliance that exist because the supports and wires are placed behind the teeth. This is ideal for people who are very concerned about their appearance.

Duration of Invisalign treatment

 

The speed of dental movement offered by the Invisalign system varies depending on the case. When it comes to align and level all the teeth, it is very difficult to say the time of treatment as it depends on the severity of the malocclusion (crowding, spacing, proclination etc.) and the bucodental response of each patient.

 

Advantages of invisible treatment

 

Invisalign has a number of advantages over traditional brackets and other fixed orthodontic appliances. Its benefits are focused on five columns:

 

  • Custom: Aligners are made specifically for the patient’s teeth based on the diagnosis of the dentist.

  • Efficacy: The dental movements are observed from the beginning of the treatment and follow a planning known from before.

  • Convenience: Having no brackets or wires that irritate the gums or the inside of the mouth, the aligners are much more comfortable than traditional appliances.

  • Invisible: being practically transparent, others do not notice that you are undergoing orthodontic treatment.

  • TRemovable: unlike fixed appliances, Invisalign can be removed to be able to eat and drink normally or follow a proper dental hygiene.

 

 

Invisalign v/s Fixed Appliances

Advantages of invisible treatment

 

Besides to above advantages of Invisalign treatment, the final result obtained also has many other benefits. Aligning your teeth makes them healthier and thus provide following additional benefits:

 

  • Healthier gums: Clenched or detached teeth are prone to periodontal disease that irritates and swells the gums and can lead to loss of teeth.

  • Better oral hygiene: Traditional bracket are glued to the teeth that may retain food or extra plaque. However, this is not case with the Invisalign as they are removable and can be cleaned.

  • Improves chewing and speech: putting a stop to the malocclusion will improve the bite and possible difficulties in speech.

  • Eliminates discomfort: When teeth and jaws are misaligned, they can cause tension in the mouth that causes discomfort and pain. These discomforts can be detrimental to many structures of the chewing system but can be eliminated by the use of Invisalign.

  • TRemovable: unlike fixed appliances, Invisalign can be removed to be able to eat and drink normally or follow a proper dental hygiene.

 

 

In short, many patients who come to our RxCura dental clinic want to get a perfect smile but without having to use fixed appliances during the treatment which are quite visible. For them, Invisalign is an alternative treatment that can solve most problems of malocclusion in the most comfortable and aesthetic possible. While its price is higher than that of traditional orthodontics, the many advantages it offers regarding braces may be enough to pay extra money.

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What is Mandibular Fracture?

A Mandibular fracture is a breakthrough the mandibular bone (lower jaw), which can be triggered by a traumatic or occur spontaneously, depending on the debilitating intrinsic circumstances or violent muscular contractions. Traumatic agents can be mechanical (traffic accidents, labor, fighting), physical-chemical, or pathological.

According to specialists in RxCura, these agents can act through two differentiated mechanisms. The direct, by which the fracture occurs in the same place where the agent has worked, and the indirect one, whereby the fracture occurs at some distance from the place of impact, which may or may not be fractured.

Clinically, Oral Fracture is usually characterized by:

Veneers treatment are mainly used for three reasons: Wear, genetics and worn enamel

 

  • Inability in opening or closing the mouth completely

  • Deformity of the mandibular arch resulting in misalignment of upper & lower teeth (inappropriate occlusion)

  • Crepitation, displacement and abnormal mobility of lower jaw,

  • Painful inflammation on palpation.

  • Facial asymmetry (fracture or bone dislocation).

  • Crepitation, displacement and abnormal mobility of lower jaw,

  • Anesthesia of the lips (i.e. Loss of sensation) due to injury to the nerve.

  • Altered sensation (Paresthesias) in tongue, lips, bleeding gums.

 

 

Mandibular fractures are typically the result of trauma either a fall onto the chin or a hit from the side or accidents.

 

The mandibular areas most susceptible to fractures are the mental foramen, mandibular angle, condyle neck, areas weakened by the absence of teeth. Diagnosis can be made with X-rays, CT scans.

 

For Broken Jaw Treatment, it is necessary, in the first instance, to save the life of the patient if it has been put in danger. Treating mandibular fracture involves providing the optimal environment for bony healing to occur like adequate blood supply, immobilization and proper alignment of fracture segments. Most fracture requires reduction and fixation to allow for primary and secondary bone healing. Immediate surgery is not necessarily required. Supportive treatment with antibiotics should be started first. Specific treatment of Broken Jaw Surgery may even delay between 7 and 10 days later. The goal is to reduce displacement to establish a normal occlusion of the patient and immobilize the fracture fragments until the bone is reattached.

 

There are different types of method to fix the broken mandible like reduction, intermaxillary fixation with arch bar, screw, splints. The method adopted by your doctor will depend on the site and severity of fracture, patient age and presence or absence of teeth on the fracture site

 

Dentists at Rxcura Oral Fracture Treatment clinic take into account patient safety before proceeding to repair maxillofacial fractures. Such fractures can cause severe complications, such as infections, delayed union or lack of union of bone fragments and occlusion disorders, among others. To avoid this, it is necessary to carefully follow the appropriate treatment, which will be informed by your specialists.

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RXCURA – WHAT IS CANCER OF THE ORAL CAVITY?

WHAT IS CANCER OF THE ORAL CAVITY?

 

  • Mesial impaction: The tooth angled from too far towards the front of the mouth. It is one of the most common types of impact.

  • Vertical impaction: These teeth come fairly straight however, there is not enough room in mouth to accommodate it.

  • Horizontal impaction: Teeth impacted horizontally by lying on their side.

  • Distal impaction: Distally impacted teeth that are titled to the back of the mouth.

  • Soft tissue impaction: It occurs when the tooth gets erupted through the gums.

  • Bony impaction: When your tooth is completely within the bone.

 

OTHER TYPES OF CANCERS OF THE MOUTH INCLUDE:

 

  • Basal cell carcinoma mainly manifested on the upper lip;

  • Melanoma, a skin cancer that originates in the cells producing the pigment in the oral mucosa;

  • The adenocarcinoma that affects the salivary glands;

  • Lymphoma;

  • Sarcoma of the bones and soft tissues of the oral cavity;

  • Teratoma;

  • Others include very rare malignancies.

 

WHAT IS CANCER OF THE ORAL CAVITY?

 

Oral cancer is actually a part of the family of cancers of the head and neck, also called cancers of the upper aerodigestive pathways. It is characterized by the appearance, development, and spread of abnormal cells in the oral cavity. It mainly affects the following regions and structures:

 

  • The inside of the mouth, including the tongue, the mucosa lining – the inside of the cheeks, the buccal floor (under the tongue), the buccal ceiling (hard palate) and the soft palate;

  • The gums;

  • The upper and lower lips;

  • The salivary glands;

  • The tonsils;

  • The throat or pharynx

 

 

COMMON CAUSES OF ORAL CANCER

 

Alone, tobacco and alcohol would be about the leaders three-quarters (75%), cases of oral cancer and pharynx (throat). These are the most important factors and also those that can be relatively easily controlled.

 

CONSEQUENCES OF ORAL CANCER

 

Oral cancer remains unknown today. However, people who are afflicted can never forget it, because it touches a region of the body, the mouth, which is frequently used, either to eat, to talk. Cancer of the mouth can therefore considerably reduce the quality of life of the person who suffers from it because it often brings its share of problems according to the affected part of the mouth.

 

Among the issues directly related to cancer, there is dry mouth, the pain or discomfort during chewing, swallowing and speech and even the alteration or total loss of taste and even smell.

 

 

Some problems are rather secondary, being a discomfort to appear in public or to communicate with others in the case where external anatomical structures are affected by cancer. In the most distressing cases, some cancer patients may suffer significant financial losses if cancer causes them to leave their jobs or retire early.

 

ORAL CANCER TREATMENT

 

If a lesion turns out to be cancerous, the radiotherapy, chemotherapy and oncology surgery can be attempted to eliminate cancer (in case it is detected early) or to decrease the size of the tumor sufficiently to prolong the life of the patient (in case the cancer is detected at an advanced stage of the disease). Oral Cancer Treatment cost depends on the patient’s state of health, where the tumor is located, method of treatment and the cancer stage. It should be noted that combinations of radiotherapy and chemotherapy or surgery and complementary radiotherapy are used more for the advanced stages of oral cancer and that chemotherapy alone is a rarely considered as a treatment for this type of cancer.

 

Depending on the patient’s oral health, Oral Cancer Clinic in Bangalore may perform some procedures before radiotherapy treatments, such as the extraction of irrecoverable teeth, repair of defective fillings, endodontic treatment, restoration of damaged teeth, fluoridation teeth, etc. A close partnership between the treating dentist and the radiation oncologist who administers radiotherapy treatments must then be established quickly to minimize the side effects of treatments while attempting to preserve as many oral structures as possible in the process.

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DENTAL JEWELRY- KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS CRAZE- RXCURA

Dental jewels are very much sought after lately, especially among young people, giving a unique decoration to your smile!

DENTAL JEWELRY CAN BE ZIRCONIUM OR REAL DIAMOND

Applying zirconium on the tooth is a completely painless, fast and simple operation. Zirconium can be found in different colors, it attaches to the tooth without damaging it, i.e. without having to squander it. The beauty and splendor of the zirconia attracts the gaze of every person to whom your smile is addressed.

To date, there are different types of Tooth Jewelry that apply to the dental surface as explained below. Dental jewelry is placed on the front teeth of the upper arch.

PASTE

They are artificial crystals of small size which are fastened to the teeth by means of special glue for short periods of time, ranging from a few weeks to 2 months. These crystals are non-toxic and 100% safe to use whenever you buy and them placed from a certified professional in the area.

 

DSCALES

The scales are small jewels that are processed with a special technology, where they degrade the material in different phases to make specific forms. As far as we talk about the appearance, they do not differ much from the paste. Chances are that only its owner has true knowledge of the origin of those small glitters in their smile. However, the great difference is that they last a long time without risk of them coming off even for 2 or 3 years and without having any type of problems.

TWINKLE

They are figures made of gold with some or no gems. These forms of jewels go beyond the usual shapes of geometric figures. It is the only type of dental jewelry that allows you to incorporate precious stones. The most used forms are diamonds, sea water, sapphires and of course paste, imitating any kind of jewel. When using such exotic materials, the tooth jewelry costs of these small pieces are high.

 

IS IT SAFE TO USE DENTAL JEWELRY?

Dental jewelry is bonded with chemical bonds through adhesives that are also used when making the fillings with the method called Bonding system.Oral hygiene is maintained with toothbrush and toothpaste, as usual, to prevent the onset of dental plaque around and within dental jewelry.

Dental jewelry are 100% safe and are easily removable when you don’t need them.

HOW TO REMOVE THEM?

If you want to remove Tooth jewelry from teeth then it can be done very easily: the jewel and the sticker are removed by carefully grouting, without damaging the dental enamel!

If you decide to apply a real bright (0.004 carat) diamond, the procedure is slightly different. For safety reasons, the dental enamel must be covered with a special drill (0.3 mm) and the diamond is attached to the “tooth”.An interesting fact is that some people undergo Tooth jewelry treatment for practical purposes, such as hiding individual deficiencies in the teeth (roughness, pigmentation, etc.), dental jewelry is considered attractive in different countries and helps to create an unusual style, but it is necessary to remember that only professionals are able to install and remove them when you want them to, without serious consequences.

Our experts in RxCura for dental jewelry in Bangalore will be able to give your teeth an extra touch of brightness but safely and without unpleasant surprises during tooth jewelry procedure.

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Rxcura-The root canal procedure

An outline of the steps a dentist follows when they perform root canal treatment (endodontic therapy). | Also, what is having each step like for you the patient?

The steps of the root canal procedure.

Rxcura - The root canal procedure

Step 1 – Placing the rubber dam.

In the wake of desensitizing you up, your dental practitioner will “separate” your tooth by method for putting an elastic dam. A dental dam is basically a sheet of “elastic” (latex much of the time) through which your tooth getting treatment jabs up and through (see picture underneath).As clarified on our elastic dam page, on the grounds that your tooth staying through the sheet lies in an area where its condition can be controlled, it can be washed, dried and kept sully free.

Why is tooth isolation important?

1. One of the crucial objectives of root channel treatment is expelling sullies from inside the tooth.

2. One of the crucial objectives of root channel treatment is expelling sullies from inside the tooth.
3. Since salivation contains microscopic organisms and different garbage, an elastic dam goes about as an obstruction that keeps the tooth confined (spotless, dry, pollute free) amid its technique.

Note: Placing a dam is a piece of the general “standard of care” that any and each dental practitioner should mindfully give. In the event that your treatment doesn’t include utilizing one, you ought to make inquiries.

What’s this progression like? 

For you the patient, having a dam ought to be a non-occasion. Since you’ll be numb by this point, there’s no distress included.
We have a whole page that is devoted to elastic dams, including how they’re put, what it resembles to have one, and why the utilization of a dental dam amid your methodology is so critical.

Step 2 – Creating the access cavity.

As a beginning stage for playing out your tooth’s treatment, your dental practitioner should access its nerve space. This progression is called making an “entrance pit.” As a beginning stage for playing out your tooth’s treatment, your dental practitioner should access its nerve space. This progression is called making an “entrance pit.”

– Your dental practitioner will utilize their dental bore to make an opening that stretches out through the surface of your tooth to its mash chamber.
– This is the opening through which they will play out their work.
– With back teeth, the entrance cavity is influenced directly through the tooth’s biting to the surface (as appeared in our photo).
– With front ones, it’s made on their posterior.
– When making the entrance pit, the dental practitioner will likewise evacuate all tooth rot, and any free or delicate parts of the tooth or its filling.
– By this point, you’re numb, the elastic dam is set up, and everything is set for your work to start.
– As specified above, dental analgesic doesn’t essentially disable your impression of weight. In this way, when your dental specialist begins boring the entrance pit, you’ll feel the vibrations of the penetrating. In any case, these gentle sensations are truly all you should take note.
– You shouldn’t encounter any torment. In the event that you find in an unexpected way, either now or amid the rest of your arrangement, simply demonstrate to your dental specialist so they know. When they understand there’s an issue, they can regulate more sedative.

A surgical operating microscope may be used.

When entering into the inside of the tooth has been made, it’s inexorably turning into the acknowledged standard of care that the floor of the tooth’s mash chamber is inspected utilizing a surgical working magnifying instrument.

These instruments help the dental specialist in finding the greater part of the tooth’s root waterways by the method for helping them to recognize the openings of moment trenches that may some way or another be ignored by the exposed eye.

Takeaways from this area.

The utilization of a magnifying lens improves the probability that the majority of the tooth’s channels will be found and in this manner treated, which by and large converts into expanded treatment achievement.

What’s more, that implies that particularly with situations where the need to distinguish exact moment channels may be normal (molars, premolars, bring down incisors, teeth with calcified mash chambers and root trenches), the utilization of one could be viewed as critical.

These instruments have a sticker price related with them. And keeping in mind that it’s typical that an endodontist (root waterway expert) will have one in their office, it’s more outlandish that your general dental practitioner does.

Step 3 – Measuring the length of the tooth.

Your dentist’s goal will be to treat the entire length of your tooth’s nerve space but not beyond. Doing so is not only important part of the treatment process but also helps to minimize post-operative pain.

To be able to work within these confines, your dentist must measure the length of each of your tooth’s root canals. This measurement is typically calculated to the nearest 1/2 millimeter (about 1/50th of an inch).

How does a dentist make this calculation?

A dentist has two methods they can use to take measurements.

a) By taking an x-ray.

Generally, dental practitioners have set up/affirmed/recorded length estimations by the method for taking a x-beam after a root waterway document has been situated in a tooth’s trench. (Since root waterway records are metal, they show up unmistakably on a x-beam.)

The genuine computation is made by perusing markings carved on the document. The x-beam is essentially used to affirm that the document is situated appropriately (expands the full length of the tooth).

b) Electronic measurements.

Root Canal Treatment

  • X-ray Diagnosis
  • The Procedure
  • Rubber Dams

In late decades, electronic length-measuring gadgets have come into basic use. In late decades, electronic length-measuring gadgets have come into basic use.

– The dental specialist will cut one of the unit’s wire prompts a root waterway document that has been embedded into the tooth. They’ll at that point tuck its second lead inside the patient’s lip, so to make a total electrical circuit.
–  As the dental practitioner slides the record further and promotes into the root trench (a zone protected by the tooth’s root), the unit measures changes in electrical protection as it’s tip passes nearer and nearer to the conductive tissues that lie past. An advanced readout or a beeping sound demonstrates when the document has at last achieved the waterway’s end (tip of the root).
– Once more, the estimation itself is perused from the markings on the document. The electronic unit just shows when its tip has achieved the correct position.

c) Several individual measurements may be needed for a tooth.

A different length estimation should be made for each of the tooth’s individual root waterways. (Teeth can have a few channels as well as roots.)

Hide What’s this progression like?

The advancement of electronic gadgets to help with this progression truly has influenced performing/having root to trench treatment speedier and less complex.

In the event that a x-beam estimation is taken, the dental specialist needs to dismantle the elastic dam (so the film or sensor can be put in your mouth alongside your tooth), take the photo and afterward set up everything back together once more.

With an electronic unit, an estimation can be taken in under a moment. Furthermore, no, despite the fact that they are electronic in nature, when one is utilized you won’t feel a thing.

Step 4 – Cleaning and shaping the tooth’s root canals.

The following stage of the root trench process includes “cleaning and molding” the inside of the tooth (the tooth’s mash chamber and each of its root channels). The following stage of the root trench process includes “cleaning and molding” the inside of the tooth (the tooth’s mash chamber and each of its root channels).

As to this progression: 

– Its cleaning angle expels nerve tissue (live and additionally dead) and in addition microscopic organisms, poisons and different flotsam and jetsam harbored inside the tooth. (Here’s more itemized data regarding why this is required.)
– Shaping alludes to a procedure where the design of a tooth’s trenches are augmented and flared, so they have a shape that is perfect for the system’s filling and fixing step.
The entire procedure is an exercise in careful control. One where the dental specialist looks to fulfill the objectives above without evacuating so much interior tooth structure that the uprightness of the tooth is bargained.

a) What tools does a dentist use?

For the most part, a tooth is cleaned and shaped using root canal files.

Files look like tapered straight pins but on close inspection, you can see or feel that their surface is rough, not smooth. These instruments literally are miniaturized rasps.

b) How are files used?

  • A dentist will work a file up and down, with a twisting motion.
  • This action scrubs scrapes and shaves the sides of the canal, thus cleaning and shaping it.

c) Your dentist will use several files.

This same motion will be used with an entire series of files (probably at least six or more), each of which has a slightly larger diameter.

  • The idea is that each of the files, when used in order, slightly increases the dimensions of the root canal.
  • Since some canal contaminates are embedded within a canal’s walls, this enlargement process not only produces a shaping effect but a cleaning one too.

d) Your dentist may have a handpiece that can manipulate the files for them.

In any event a portion of the root trench records that your dental specialist utilizes as a part of your tooth will be worked by hand. In any case, they may likewise have a particular dental penetrate (handpiece) that documents can be set in which produces the movement for them.

Nickel-titanium documents.

These days these endodontic handpieces are typically utilized with extraordinary records made of nickel-titanium composite and that is a major ordeal.

The exceptionally adaptable nature of these records joined with the automated movement made by the handpiece normally implies that a tooth’s root trench framework can be rinsed and formed substantially more quickly than previously.

Tooth irrigation is an important part of the cleaning and shaping process.

While playing out their work, your dental specialist will likewise intermittently water (flush out) your tooth. This diverts off and washes flotsam and jetsam and contaminants.

While various distinctive arrangements can be utilized for this reason, sodium hypochlorite (dye, Clorox) is the most widely recognized one. An additional advantage of utilizing fade is that it’s a disinfectant.

For the patient, the cleaning and forming the segment of their tooth’s treatment is the most exhausting part. What’s more, the time when they’re well on the way to nod off.

The procedure itself has quite recently proceeded with cycles of: an) utilization a few devices in the tooth, b) wash the tooth out, c) rehash the procedure.

During tooth cleaning and shaping.

If your dentist uses a handpiece to manipulate the files, its noise may keep you awake. Or if your tooth is hard to get at, they may have to ask you to open really wide each time they insert a new one into your tooth.

During tooth irrigation.

Your dentist may agitate the irrigating liquid they place in your tooth with an ultrasonic tip. If so, you may hear or feel it’s vibrations. Other than that, this whole process should be a non-event.

Bite blocks.

During this step (or anytime during your appointment), if you start to find it hard to stay open, your dentist can put a rubber prop (a “bite block”) between your teeth.

Step 5 – Sealing the tooth.

Once the inside of the tooth has been completely rinsed and appropriately molded, it’s prepared to be fixed (have its empty inside filled in). Once the inside of the tooth has been completely rinsed and appropriately molded, it’s prepared to be fixed (have its empty inside filled in).
–  In a few cases, the dental specialist will need to put the filling material promptly after they’ve wrapped up the tooth.
–  With different cases, they may feel that it is best to hold up about seven days before playing out this progression.
–  If the last case is picked, your dental specialist should put an impermanent filling in your tooth, so to keep debases out amid the era between your arrangements. (Insurances you should bring with this filling.)

  a) What type of root canal filling material is used?

  • The most frequently used root canal filling material is a rubber compound called gutta percha. It comes in preformed cones whose sizes exactly match the dimensions (diameter, taper) of root canal files.

b) Placing the gutta percha.

When playing out this progression: When playing out this progression:
– The dental practitioner will slip an underlying cone of gutta-percha into the tooth’s waterway.
– It’s critical that this initial cone expands the full length of the waterway and fits cozily in the locale of the tooth’s tip.
– Additional cones are then included, as required, to totally fill in the waterway’s inside.
To make a strong, uniform mass inside the trench:
– Sealer (a thin glue) is connected to each gutta-percha cone before it’s put into the trench, or else connected inside the root waterway itself before the cones are embedded. It fills in any voids between bits of gutta-percha, or amongst them and the trench’s dividers.
– The dental specialist may relax the gutta-percha once it’s been embedded into the channel by the method for touching a hot instrument to it. Along these lines, it can be squished and stuffed down so it intently adjusts to the state of the tooth’s inside.
– As an option, a dental specialist may put gutta percha through the utilization of a “weapon.” This mechanical assembly is to some degree like a heated glue firearm. It warms a container of gutta-percha. The mellowed material would then be able to be pressed out into the tooth.
– There’s not so much anything that is all that striking about fixing a tooth, other than it implies you’re drawing near to the finish of your arrangement.
– Your dental practitioner may warm the gutta-percha so it turns out to be delicate and malleable. Along these lines, you may notice that. What’s more, you’ll feel the weight on your tooth as it’s stuffed set up.
– Other than that, this progression ought to be yet another non-occasion.

Step 6 – Placing a temporary filling.

Once your dentist has finished sealing your tooth, they will place some type of temporary filling. It will seal off the access cavity created at the beginning of your procedure, therefore protecting the work that’s just been completed. (Precautions you should take.)

Step 7 – The root canal process has now been completed but your tooth still requires additional work.

At this point, the individual steps of performing the root canal procedure have been finished but your tooth’s treatment is not yet complete. A permanent restoration must still be placed.
Choosing an appropriate type of dental restoration, and having it placed promptly, will help to ensure the long-term success of your tooth’s endodontic therapy.
HideTakeaways from this section.
Take note of the link in Step 6. It details precautions you should take after you tooth’s treatment has been completed. (For the most part, don’t look for trouble. Just take it easy with your tooth.)

The link in Step 7 is important to understand too. You must have the right type of permanent restoration placed, within the right time frame. Otherwise, you put your tooth and its just completed treatment at risk.

 

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