Dental Sciences

"A smile can do wonders" Research reveals that more than 70% of the population suffers from common dental disease such as dental caries and more than 85% suffer from Pyorrhoea. What is more disturbing is that there are very few professionally managed and well-equipped hospitals to take charge of dental problems.  

The dentistry department at Sterling Hospitals Rajkot, in this sense, is par excellence. 

Services offered:  

  • Root canal treatment with rotary instruments  

  • Dental implants  

  • Lava tm zirconia crowns & bridges   

  • Teeth whitening (Bleaching)  

  • Fixed dentures with implants  

  • Colourful diamonds on teeth  

  • Ceramic veneers  

  • Tooth coloured filling or silver filling on carious/decayed teeth  

  • Flexible dentures  

  • Periodontal flap surgery for treatment of pyorrhoea  

  • Surgery for removal of wisdom molar, jaw cyst & tumour, jaw fracture.  

  • Smile design/smile makeover  

  • Orthodontic treatment for irregular and protruded teeth  

  • Laser dentistry  


  • Straight wire technology with cosmetic braces and wire for irregular and protruded teeth  

  • Treatment of Pyorrhoea by flap operation, latest bone graft materials and tooth splinting technique  

  • Treatment of problematic third molar, jaw fracture, jaw cyst and tumours  

  • Single-sitting root canal treatment (RCT)  

  • Replacement of teeth by dental implant ceramic bridge and metal denture  

  • We provide patient education regarding tooth and gum disease  

  Services/ Procedures   

  • Tooth extraction : This procedure involves removing a tooth or multiple teeth that are decayed, damaged or infected. It is usually performed under local anesthesia.  

  • Dental implant : A dental implant is a surgical procedure to replace missing or damaged teeth. It involves inserting a metal post into the jawbone and attaching a prosthetic tooth to the post.  

  • Periodontal surgery : This surgery involves treating periodontal disease (gum disease) by removing infected gum tissue, cleaning the teeth roots, and reshaping the gums.  

  • Wisdom teeth removal : Wisdom teeth are the last set of molars that appear in the late teens or early twenties. If they are impacted or cause pain, they may need to be surgically removed.  

These dental surgeries are common and are performed by trained dental professionals. It is important to follow all pre- and post-operative instructions to ensure a successful outcome.  

Tooth extraction is a common dental procedure that may be necessary when a tooth is damaged beyond repair, decayed, or infected. The procedure may involve removing a single tooth or multiple teeth, depending on the severity of the problem. The dentist will use local anesthesia to numb the area before carefully removing the tooth with specialized tools. In some cases, the tooth may need to be sectioned before extraction to minimize trauma to the surrounding bone and tissue. After the extraction, the patient may experience some discomfort, but pain medication and follow-up care can help to manage any discomfort or swelling.  

A dental implant is a surgical procedure that involves replacing a missing or damaged tooth with an artificial tooth that looks and functions like a natural tooth. The procedure involves surgically placing a metal post or implant into the jawbone, which serves as a stable base for a prosthetic tooth or crown. The implant integrates with the bone over time, providing a strong foundation for the replacement tooth. The procedure may require multiple appointments and several months of healing time, but the end result is a durable and long-lasting tooth replacement option.  

Periodontal surgery is a dental procedure that is used to treat periodontal disease, a bacterial infection that affects the gums and can lead to tooth loss if left untreated. The procedure involves removing infected gum tissue and cleaning the roots of the teeth to eliminate bacteria and plaque build-up. In some cases, the gums may need to be reshaped to promote healing and prevent further damage. The procedure may be performed under local or general anesthesia, depending on the extent of the disease and the patient's comfort level. 

Wisdom teeth removal is a common dental procedure that is often necessary when the wisdom teeth, also known as the third molars, cause pain, infection, or other oral health problems. Wisdom teeth typically appear in the late teens or early twenties and may need to be surgically removed if they are impacted, or have no space to emerge properly. The procedure is typically performed under local or general anesthesia and involves carefully extracting the tooth from the jawbone. Patients may experience some discomfort and swelling after the procedure, but following the dentist's aftercare instructions can help to manage these symptoms and promote healing.   



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