Equipped with state of the art facilities and skilled dental practitioners, the Dental Department of Manipal Hospitals provides complete dental care services from routine dental cleaning to advanced orthodontics to cover all preventative and restorative dental practices.
The team at Manipal hospitals consists of highly skilled and trained dental practitioners that are well versed in multiple dental disciplines. The labs and facilities at Manipal hospitals are always kept up to date with the latest advancements in dental technology. Each year, several thousand patients leave Manipal Hospitals with a smile that lasts, thanks to our team of expert orthodontists, endodontists, paediatric, periodontist and prosthodontists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons.
A brace is used to correct the alignment of teeth to achieve a more aesthetic smile and better oral health. Teeth that are misaligned can make it harder to maintain good oral hygiene since the toothbrush may not be able to reach certain spots. Good oral hygiene helps prevent tooth decay and gum disease to ensure that your teeth remain in good condition…Read More
Even if you lose your teeth, you don't have to lose your smile. With dental implants, you can replace decayed and dead teeth with perfectly shaped replacements. Dental implants are commonly suggested when a tooth extraction is recommended.Read More
When a tooth is decayed, cracked or otherwise unhealthy, a root canal is done to prevent further damage. In the procedure, the tooth is opened and any infected tissue is cleaned out. After the cleaning, the opening is filled and closed off. Saving an infected tooth allows you to avoid getting an artificial tooth, and it also stops your teeth from misaligning…Read More
The Dental department of Manipal Hospitals believes that technology is at the heart of effective diagnosis and treatment. This is why they work with experts and state of the art labs to achieve maximum precision in all treatments.
Routine procedures offered at Manipal Hospitals
A full oral examination is conducted to evaluate your oral health. After this, your dentist will inform you of any issues that need to be addressed and the relevant treatments available.
Poor oral hygiene High sugar diets Tobacco consumption High alcohol consumption
Yellowing of the teeth Inflamed gums that bleed easily High sensitivity Cracked or loose teeth Bad breath
For the most part, tooth decay is preventable by maintaining good oral hygiene. In some cases, alignment and/or correction may be required, but brushing twice a day with good technique, flossing once a week and getting a dental check-up twice a year is known to prevent tooth decay very effectively.
Manipal Hospitals is committed to providing the best quality of personalized dental care and engaging in long term relationships that benefit our patients and protect their oral health in the long run. Reach out to us to find out more about how you can keep your teeth healthy. Book an appointment with our dental experts to keep smiling your best!