The Oral Heath Assessment lasts for up to one hour and involves a thorough evaluation of your gums, teeth and all visible oral tissues and structures. The purpose is to identify existing and potential problems, develop a treatment plan (if needed), and show you how to maintain excellent oral health.

Extra-oral examination

This external examination can help detect conditions of the face and neck, sometimes before the occurrence of any visible symptoms.

Intra-oral examination

This examination of the inside of your mouth not only helps detect problems with your teeth, but also your gums, the lining of your mouth and other oral soft tissues such as the tongue. It also examines relevant facial and oral glands, including the salivary glands. Both the extra-and intra-oral examinations also help detect condition of the jaw and neck, soft tissues of the mouth and the bone supporting the teeth.

Gum assessment

This periodontal assessment is used to help prevent, detect and control gum disease. Combined with dental health education, oral hygiene and dietary advice, it encourages continuing care for teeth and gums.

Examination of teeth

This examination can help detect early signs of tooth decay and other dental conditions, such as wear which can reduce the need for more extensive treatment.

If your teeth require further work, your dentist will be able to provide you with options on all the most up-to-date restorative and cosmetic techniques available, including crowns, bridges, veneers and implants.


Dental x-rays provide a picture of what's happening in areas we normally cannot see. Early decay, impacted teeth, abscesses and bone loss from gum disease are all things that dental x-rays reveal. An OPG X-ray is essential to have an overall assessment of the entire mouth area, showing the teeth and gums on both upper and lower jaws. They are a good screening tool and help show any abnormal growths or cysts in the jaw bone.

Inhouse facility for OPG is available in our clinic

We offer the latest types of cosmetic dentistry treatments and care, that includes


Braces are probably the most common dental appliance. Braces are used to help straighten crooked teeth by applying constant pressure to slowly move the teeth into proper position.


Bonding is the process of adhering tooth-colored resin materials to the surface of a tooth for structural or cosmetic purposes.


A dental bridge is a fixed or removable dental appliances which replaces lost teeth.


Dental crowns (also known as dental caps or tooth caps) are cemented to a broken nor damaged tooth to strengthen and improve the appearance of that tooth.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are permanent tooth replacements. They hold a crown, bridge or denture just like roots hold natural teeth in place. Many dentists consider implants to be one of the greatest advancements in dentistry since they truly are "the next best thing to your natural teeth." Unlike a traditional plate or bridge, dental implants are actually anchored to your jaw. After integration with the jawbone, the crown, bridge or denture is then attached to the implants. This provides much greater stability for more effective eating, speaking and smiling!

Teeth Whitening

Laser teeth whitening or bleaching is a procedure in which a translucent bleaching gel is applied to the teeth and a laser light is used to activate the crystals in the gel. This allows the gel to penetrate into the enamel and brighten the teeth.