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High Quality Sterilization

High Quality Sterilization

High Quality Sterilization

To Provide Comprehensive Quality Care

  1. Summirow doctors are trained in strict sterilization procedures, which are adhered to, in all clinics.
  2. All clinical instruments are cleansed, sterilized in autoclaves, and stored in sealed pouches to ensure 100% sterilization. Sealed pouches are always opened in front of patients.
  3. Clinic operatory areas are chemically sterilized and all surfaces are treated with disinfectants after each patient visit to ensure 100% sterilization.
  4. Dental chairs are equipped with one-way valves that prevent oral fluids from flowing back into the chair tubing, ensuring 100% sterilization.

Hygiene

To Provide Comprehensive Quality Care

It is very essential for people to understand the importance of hygiene and sterilization especially when visiting a dental clinic. Since dental treatment requires contact with the saliva and blood of patients, Communicable diseases and illnesses are easily transferred through the same. Clove Dental takes every possible step to prevent cross contamination and protect the health of our patients. The heightened emphasis on hygiene at Clove Dental clinics ensures the well-being of our patients at all times.


We follow a strict protocol for clinical hygiene and safety that kicks in before patients even enter the operatory

  1. Patients are asked to cover their footwear with our shoe covers before entering the operatory.
  2. Instruments are sterilized in a four-step process that includes:

    Manual cleansing to remove deposits and residue.

    Sterilization in an ultrasonic cleaner which operates at different frequencies, depending on the type of instrument being sterilized.

    A solution (5% dodecyl-dipropylene-triamine & trialkyl ethoxy-ammonium-proclinate) is used in this step.

    Packaging in sealed pouches after instruments are dried

    Capturing the date of packaging & expiry date of the sterilized instruments in sealed pouches

    Placement of sealed pouches in an autoclave that uses pressurized heat to guarantee 100% sterilization.

  3. All surfaces that patients come into contact with are covered with a cling film and changed after each treatment.
  4. Our dental chairs are cleaned with isopropyl alcohol and chlorhexidine spray.
  5. Doctors and dental assistants wear disposable masks, gloves and shoes that are allowed to be worn only in the clinic.
  6. Doctors and dental assistants are tested and immunized against all communicable diseases.
  7. Doctors and dental assistants undergo extensive training in sterilization protocols.
  8. Clinic audits are conducted regularly to ensure that protocols for sterilization and hygiene are followed thoroughly and consistently.
  9. Our patients are seated in unique dental chairs that are equipped with retractable valves; the valves prevent the backflow of oral fluids into the chair tubing. Most dental chairs allow the backflow of these fluids into the tubing, and though the tubing is sterilized after a treatment, it is far more effective to prevent oral fluids from passing into the tubing in the first place.

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High Quality Implants

High Quality Implants

High Quality Implants

Modern Replacements for Missing Teeth :

1) we provide dental implant treatment for people who have lost a tooth as a result of decay or an accident.
2) Dental implants are titanium metal rods that are placed into the jawbone as a replacement for a missing tooth. The installations can be used to support one or more false teeth and have been proven to remain in place on a long-term basis.

3) Patients who have undergone the procedure may feel slight discomfort at first, but are then able to eat and drink as normal while regaining the ability to speak without difficulty.
4) Dental implants can replace missing teeth and allow patients to lead the full, active lives they deserve.
5) Bone grafts often needed when there is not enough bone available to install an implant. This process is an ongoing issue for people who have dentures as a result of the changing shape of the jaw when a patient loses their natural teeth.
6) During this procedure, the bone grafting material provides a stimulus for the existing bone to grow onto, which will eventually provide an environment suitable for the placement of dental implants.
7) A similar treatment that adds bone to the upper jaw is a Sinus lift.
8) As part of this process, patients will undergo surgery to separate the maxillary sinus lining from the jaw by gently pushing the two tissues apart.
9) Following this, granules of bone-graft material will be packed into the place where the sinus was previously located and then closed with stitches. After the operation, patients usually need six to nine months to heal before a dental implant can be placed.
10) Overdentures are attached and supported by dental implants when a patient does not have any teeth remaining in the jaw. The removable nature of this type of denture means it is extremely convenient to clean efficiently.
11) During this process, two to four dental implants are placed in the bone at the front of the mouth in order to provide as much support as possible for the overdenture using either bar-retained or ball-retained methods.
12) Overall, the procedure takes a few months but it could take up to a year, particularly if bone grafting or any alternative preliminary treatments are required.

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Braces

Braces

Orthodontic Treatment( BRACES )

Today’s orthodontics offer more kinds of braces than ever before. Check out your options :

Metal braces/Traditional braces

These are the metal brackets and wires that are used to align the teeth.
The new heat-activated archwires use your body heat to help teeth move more quickly and less painfully than in the past.
Advantage : Least expensive type; colored bands give kids a chance to express themselves
Disadvantage : Most noticeable type of braces

Ceramic Braces :

Ceramic braces are the same size and shape as metal braces, except that they have tooth-colored or clear brackets that blend in to teeth. Some even use tooth-colored wires to be even less noticeable.
Advantage: Less noticeable than metal braces; move teeth much faster than clear plastic aligners (Invisalign)
Disadvantage: More expensive than metal braces; Brackets can stain easily if patients don’t care for them well More expensive than metal braces; Brackets can stain easily if patients don’t care for them well

Lingual Braces :

Lingual braces are the same as traditional metal braces, except that the brackets and wires are placed on the inside of teeth.
Advantage: Invisible from outside
Disadvantage: Difficult to clean; more expensive; not appropriate for severe cases; can be more uncomfortable at first; regular adjustments take longer and are more difficult than with traditional braces

Invisalign:

Invisalign consists of a series of 18 to 30 custom-made, mouth guard-like clear plastic aligners. The aligners are removable and are replaced every 2 weeks.
Advantage: Almost invisible; Patients can eat and drink whatever they want
Disadvantage: Will not work for serious dental problems; only available for adults and teens, not children; more expensive option; can be easily lost and costly to replace; treatment may potentially take longer9

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Dental OPG

Dental OPG

Dental OPG

To Provide Comprehensive Quality Care

An OPG is a panoramic or wide view x-ray of the lower face, which displays all the teeth of the upper and lower jaw on a single film. It demonstrates the number, position and growth of all the teeth including those that have not yet surfaced or erupted. It is different from the small close up x-rays dentists take of individual teeth. An OPG may also reveal problems with the jawbone and the joint which connects the jawbone to the head, called the Temporomandibular joint or TMJ. An OPG may be requested for the planning of orthodontic treatment, for assessment of wisdom teeth or for a general overview of the teeth and the bone which supports the teeth.

Procedure

You may be asked to remove jewellery, eyeglasses, and any metal objects that may obscure the images. You will be asked to stand with your face resting on a small shelf and to bite gently on a sterile mouth piece to steady your head. It is important to stay very still while the x-ray is taken. You will not feel any discomfort during the procedure.

LAT CEPH

A Lat Ceph is a lateral or side view x-ray of the face, which demonstrates the bones and facial contours in profile on a single film. Lat Ceph x-rays are usually used in the diagnosis and treatment of orthodontic problems.

Procedure

You may be asked to remove jewellery, eyeglasses, and any metal objects that may obscure the images. You will be asked to stand with your head against the machine so that it can be adjusted for your comfort. A pair of cone shaped plastic supports are then gently positioned in each ear, rather like a pair of headphones. This aligns both ears to ensure that an exact side view of the face is obtained. You will not feel any discomfort during the procedure.

Please bring any previous x-rays with you on the day of your examination.

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