Over the last few years, the condition of dental care centres in India, especially those in the major cities like Delhi or Mumbai, has improved a lot. The modern-day dental care centres are equipped with all the modern equipment required for an effective and pain-free tooth replacement surgery, root canal treatment and other complex dental procedures. This has put India on the dental treatment map and made dentists India as the most sought-after in the industry.
According to reports, people from all over South Asia are visiting India to avail quality dental care, especially dental implants. Dental implants India are no longer considered a part of cosmetic dentistry. Although the objective of dental implants and tooth replacements is to restore the appearance of one’s teeth, but these are encouraged for other reasons too such as to avoid the development of decay in the gums due to the missing teeth.
Modern technology has made the process of dental implants quite easy. Dental implants are fixed in the tooth gap using a titanium screw. The material used for making artificial teeth is medically proven, and its polish and design is so good that it is very difficult to differentiate between an implant and a natural enamel. In fact, the implant fuses beautifully with the gum tissues and forms of a permanent part of the oral cavity.
If the gap between the teeth set is too small, one can also go for inlays instead of complete implants. Inlays refer to supportive fillings within cavities of the teeth that support the gum structure. They are usually made of resin like material and are inlaid upon teeth surface so that the structure receives ample strength to prevent cracking. Dentists in India usually prescribe inlays unless one’s teeth are too weak, and there is a risk of inlays being dislodged. This is the reason why many people go for implants even though they have the option of inlays in hand. In any case, it is always better to go with what your dentist suggests.
Another thing Indians should know is that most of the Indian medical insurance companies have started covering tooth replacement and other dental surgeries in their plans. So, if you had been apprehensive about undertaking a dental surgery due to financial constraints, you can now go ahead with it with the right medical insurance plan.
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