Oral Care & Cure are first choice of treatment to replace missing tooth that feels & mimics a natural tooth. Neither you nor anyone else can tell the difference.


A Crown is a cap like covering that is fitted over a tooth to restore its natural size and shape. A crown strengthens the tooth, protects the remaining tooth structure and can improve appearance.Both crowns and most bridges are fixed prosthetic devices. Unlike removable devices such as dentures, which you can take out and clean daily.

Dental Implants:

The modern Dental implants are great option for patients missing one tooth, several teeth or all natural teeth. Teeth Implants resembling screws substitute teeth roots. The implants are bonded to the living bone structure of the jaw. Prosthetic crowns fastened with machined screws are placed on top of the implant to replicate the missing teeth.

Fixed Bridges

Missing teeth can be replaced  by using fixed bridges where in the artificial teeth are fixed to the adjacent normal teeth present on either side of the empty space. 


Porcelain/ composite (dental) veneers produces dynamic  cosmetic results to correct somewhat misaligned, broken, discolored or misshapen teeth.

Full mouth rehabilitation:

Full mouth rehabilitation is a recreation of every tooth in the mouth. Full Mouth Rehabilitation corrects imperfections in bite, position and enhances the appearance of the smile. Anyone with short, worn teeth or those that are chipped and broken throughout the mouth would be an excellent candidate.

Post and core:

post and core is a dental restoration used to sufficiently build-up tooth structure for future restoration with a crown when there is not enough tooth structure to properly retain the crown, due to loss of tooth structure to either decay or fracture. Post and cores are therefore referred to as foundation restorations.

 Complete  denture:

A denture is a removable replacement for a whole set of teeth (complete dentures).

Partial Dentures:

Removable replacement for a few missing teeth can very well be addressed with partial denture.


Dental composite restoration has advantage  over traditional materials such as amalgam is improved aesthetics. Composites can be made in a wide range of tooth colors allowing near invisible restoration of teeth. Composites are bonded with the teeth and this strengthens the tooth's structure.

Immediate dentures:

Immediate dentures are those that are inserted directly after you have had teeth extracted. Either full or partial immediate dentures may be planned for the patient. There are many advantages to immediate denture placement such as no edentulous span, fasten the healing, protect extraction wound and patient need not to remain without teeth.


An overdenture is a type of denture made  over the teeth or dental implants. It is attached by specialized dental attachments that are secured in the roots or implants            

Maxillofacial Prosthetic Dentistry.:

The patients with loss and compromise of facial anatomy, i.e., ocular, orbital, nasal, auricular, combination intraoral/extraoral, and other related facial deformities like use of obturators and facial prostheses (eye, ear and nose) are treated