A More Enlightening Dental Experience!
General, Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry
NH Bypass, opp. Apolo Gold,
Nut Street, Vatakara, Kerala 673101
Welcome to Our Practice
We’ll make sure you always have the best smile!
Dentart is one of Kerala’s best dental clinics, providing high-quality dental care for the entire family. Everyone here is dedicated to exceeding your expectations, from the experienced and highly qualified top dental specialists to the dedicated and friendly assistants and front desk staff. It is, without a doubt, the best dental clinic in Kerala.
We offer some of the most cutting-edge dental procedures and techniques that our top dentists are implementing into their practice.
All of our procedures are equipped with cutting-edge technology and are kept up to the highest standards
We are experts in all aspects of dentistry, having over years of expertise with implants.
Your Dentist Knows Best
Don’t rush when you brush!
Brush, floss, and use mouthwash twice a day, in the morning and evening and be careful to take your time.
Visit your dentist once in 6 months
Regular dental checkups are necessary for keeping healthy teeth and gums, as well as preventing a variety of oral health issues
Don’t Forget to Floss!
You may reduce your risk of gum disease and enhance your chances of keeping good dental health for the rest of your life by flossing simply once a day.
Dr. Aswin Subhash
Dr. Jen Ballard
Dr. Steven Moore
Dental Care for The Whole Family
We are a family dentist who can treat patients of all ages, making our services a great way to guarantee that everyone in your family receives the dental care they need when they need it.
We are A Full Service Dentistry Practice
We are a full-service clinic that offers a variety of benefits to help individuals take better care of their teeth. Unaddressed problems can develop into bigger problems with long-term consequences if they go unaddressed. The best way to maintain good dental health is to visit a full-service clinic on a regular basis.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some of our patients’ most commonly asked questions, which anybody would have.
What is Gum Surgery and How Does It Work?
Gum surgery is a surgical technique used to treat gum disorders caused by periodontal disease. Gum surgery is divided into two categories. Making a flap-like hole in the gum and removing plaque from deep periodontal pockets is the goal of flap surgery. When a patient’s gum tissue is inadequate, gum grafting surgery is performed. Gum surgery might take anything from 60 to 90 minutes.
Is it possible to use the Waterlase dental laser instead of a drill?
In many cases, the Waterlase may replace the drill, and it can be used for general dentistry, cavity preparation, decay removal, root canal sterilisation, and various gum tissue treatments. The Waterlase removes the drill’s whining and vibration, and because there’s no heat or vibration, it usually eliminates the need for needles and anaesthesia. For both children and adults, it is quick, effective, and safe.
Needles scare me. Is there a way to avoid getting an injection?
Thanks to the Injex needle-free anaesthetic administration system, painful injections are no longer necessary. The Injex injects local anaesthetic into the gum using compressed air to administer a small, high-pressure infusion. With a smaller dose, ‘numbness’ is acquired fast and efficiently, saving time and worry. This is especially beneficial for treating children and people who are afraid of needles, because less numbness after treatment implies less fear of visiting the dentist.
My teeth are sensitive at times. What can I do to put a stop to this?
Many individuals are sensitive to cold, sweet, or spicy foods and beverages on occasion. Gum recession, tooth wear from hard/incorrect brushing, grinding, gum disease, and dietary acid are the major causes of sensitivity. Dentine hypersensitivity pain isn’t always constant. We recommend brushing your teeth twice a day with a desensitising toothpaste and avoiding or limiting acidic meals and beverages. After ingesting acidic food or drinks, rinse your mouth with water and postpone brushing for at least 30 minutes. Brush with a soft toothbrush and follow your dentist’s instructions for proper brushing technique. You’ll be less likely to transmit these bacteria on to your child, and your youngster will be less likely to have early childhood deterioration as a result. Supplementing with fluoride is not advised during pregnancy.
I'm a diabetic. What impact will this have on my teeth and gums?
If you have diabetes, you should pay special attention to your mouth. Gum disease, fungal infections such as thrush, especially in denture users, as well as dry mouth and taste impairment are all connected to diabetes. It is critical to brush your teeth thoroughly to eliminate plaque. You should have minimal difficulties if you keep your blood sugar under control and take proper care of your teeth. If your diabetes is poorly managed, you’re more prone to develop gum disease, and recovery after extractions or oral surgery may be delayed.
Is it typical for my child to still have all of his baby teeth at the age of seven?
Yes, children as young as 6-10 years old can begin to lose their baby teeth. Between the ages of 10 and 13, these primary teeth will be gradually replaced by permanent teeth. Wisdom teeth (3rd molars) may emerge fully or partly between the ages of 16 and 21.
Should I wait until my child has all of their adult teeth before considering braces?
My child’s teeth are becoming crooked, but they still have some baby teeth.
No, a training orthodontic device is typically recommended to improve alignment sooner rather than later. In developing youngsters, crowding and jaw discrepancies may arise when the second teeth erupt. These issues are exacerbated by mouth breathing, thumb sucking, and tongue thrusting. Pre-orthodontic appliances are made ahead of time, are detachable, and ready to use. It is particularly intended for mixed dentition therapy and may be used on youngsters as young as six years old. A minimum of one hour of usage each day and overnight is required.
When I clean my teeth, why do my gums bleed?
Gums that are healthy are pink and firm, and they do not bleed when you clean or floss your teeth. Gums that are inflamed seem red, swollen, and glossy. You may have a foul taste in your mouth and/or chronic bad breath. If left untreated, this inflammation can cause the bone and fibres that support the tooth in place to deteriorate. Plaque buildup is the primary cause of bleeding gums. Plaque is a sticky film that forms on teeth and in the spaces between the gums and teeth. There are millions of germs in there. We can demonstrate proper brushing and flossing procedures to help you remove plaque from your teeth and decrease or eliminate bleeding gums. It’s also a good idea to use a power toothbrush and alcohol-free mouthwash. Gum bleeding is also linked to pregnancy and some chronic medical problems.
If you have extensive gum disease, we may recommend that you consult a periodontist (gum specialist) for treatment.
This is a great place to go take care of your teeth. The team was very professional examining and providing with solutions by priority. I had to do cap to my Teeth and they did a great job, I felt that I was in good hands. All the people here were very gentle and kind to me. They explained very well what was going on. Thanks to Dentart
I have been to Dentart for Root Canal Treatment and implant placement. Excellent Service at affordable rate. Talented and friendly doctors. Follow up calls were really helpful in getting the better treatment results
Best dental clinic in vadakara.. Recently done my implant here…very kind and proffesional doctors, ‘one special thing about them is that they use new equipments for ever other patients,it is very important in this pandemic. In simple words dentart means perfection.
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NH Bypass, opp. Apolo Gold, Nut Street, Vatakara, Kerala 673101