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Dental Tourism

India is a wonderful country to visit for many reasons, including our rich cultural history and unique environmental wonders. In recent years, India has also become a favorite destination for medical and particularly dental tourism. We offer affordable, world-class health treatments without the complications of United States’s insurance or overpriced or unavailable European dental treatment.
Dental tourism in India helps you save a lot of money in your dental treatment and provides excellent results. Not only will you experience superior dental work, but you get an opportunity to see a different and beautiful country as well. Our dental clinics in Gurgaon and New Delhi are strategically located in the more serene and calm parts of the city to save you valuable time and provide you an opportunity to get the treatment in the location of your choice. Our clinic in Pitampura, located in New Delhi, is well connected with the Delhi Metro and other important transport means while our clinic in Palam Vihar is set in the backdrop of Gurgaon’s busy area in a quiet and clean locality with ample of parking space and clean air. As one of the highest-class, highest-quality dental clinics in India, we pride ourselves on offering superior experiences and redefining dental excellence for every patient.


1. Can braces be done at any age?

Yes, braces can be installed at any age provided your teeth, gums and bone are healthy. Teeth should not be shaking, bleeding, or have recessed gums or signs of bone disease, otherwise they are perfect candidates for dental treatment.

2. Are dental implants a better option than a root canal?

Implants or root canal treatment in a particular tooth depend on the extent of damage in the teeth and presence of any infection in the bone. If there is a possibility of saving the teeth via root canal, then our dentists will pursue that in order to preserve your natural smile. An implant can be done as a last resort to replace mutilated or fully damaged teeth.

3. Is capping or covering a tooth necessary after a root canal treatment?

After a root canal, the nerves and blood supply of a teeth have been removed and replaced in order to repair the tooth mash inside. Over the next ten or fifteen years, the tooth may become fragile as a result of the repair to the tooth mash, so a cap is recommended to protect your teeth from fracturing.

4. Will a root canal weaken the strength of my teeth?

Tooth strength comes from the underlying bone and surrounding periodontium, which is not touched during an root canal procedure. Root canals can weaken tooth msah over time as a result of the internal repair, so a cap or covering is recommended for maximum protection.

5. Are Aligners as good as braces?

Aligners are documented to fix 90% of the same cases that braces can do. Aligners are often selective and specialized, however, so be sure to pick a clinician who can meet your needs exactly.

6. Will my teeth weaken if I get them cleaned?

No! Getting a professional cleaning done will only increase the strength of your teeth Cleaning will help your overall gum and tooth health and hence increase their stability and strength. You should have a professional tooth cleaning done every six to twelve months.

7. What is a laser root canal?

A laser is just an added tool used to clean in a root canal. Very few clinics are equipped with it. It allows for better disinfection of your tooth and overall a better root canal experience.

8. Is a root canal a painful procedure?

No. A root canal is done under local anesthesia and hence is not painful. Choosing one of our endodontist specialists ensures that your anesthesia injection is done with care and your maximum comfort in mind, reducing the majority of pain associated with root canal.

9. Is a dental implant a painful procedure?

No, a dental implant is done under local anesthesia and thus is not painful. Choosing one of our implant specialists ensures that your anesthesia injection is done with care and your maximum comfort in mind, reducing the majority of pain associated with dental implants.

10. How long do dental implants last?

On average, an impant has 10-15 years of life. If well maintained, your dental implant could last you many more years as well.

11. Can a dental implant fail?

Yes, a dental implant can fail in rare situations. There are lot of factors associated like sterilization, bone condition, and other underlying factors that may lead to implant failure. Our clinic success rate is between 95-98% due to our implant specialist’s skill and expertise with the procedures.

12. Will my tooth hurt after I receive a root canal?

Some pain is present with root canal procedures, but it usually fades within a few hours. If you ever experience recurring pain associated with your root canal treatment you should contact your dentist immediately for a follow-up.

13. What is the difference between metal and ceramic braces?

Both braces are equally good in terms of results and time needed for repair. Metal braces are more visible than ceramic braces and are typically less expensive, so clients who prefer treatment and are willing to accept the cosmetic addition of metal braces may prefer them to ceramic and invisible options.

14. Is getting my tooth removed a painful procedure?

No, a tooth removal is done under local anesthesia and thus is not painful. Choosing one of our pecialists ensures that your anesthesia injection is done with care and your maximum comfort in mind, reducing the majority of pain associated with tooth removal.

15. What is the best cap for my tooth?

Many caps offer different benefits. Zirconia or pure ceramic caps are usually preferred in front teeth and for people allergic to metal. For other teeth, you may request a metal ceramic cap. Ask for cad-cam based caps from your dentist, be it a pure ceramic or a metal ceramic cap for best results.

16. Will weekly brace visits speed up my result timeframe?

No, the treatment will actually slow down and there is a chance your teeth could shake more than normal and require even more care. A regular visit is in 3-5 weeks and is recommended for optimum brace care.