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Dental Treatments -Oral Surgery in India, Root Canal Treatment, Apicoectomy, Peridontal Flap Surgery OR Gingivectomy, Dental Implant
Cost Difference :
Root Canal Treatment India - USD 110 US - USD 1000
Tooth Whitening India - USD 125 US - USD 800
Tooth Colored Composite India - USD 30 US - USD 500
Fillings / Tooth Cleaning India - USD 90 US - USD 300

Teeth are the most sensitive bones that are easily prone to large number of diseases. They need the utmost care, otherwise they can even make your life miserable. The pain and discomfort of your teeth make even the favorite foods impossible to enjoy. And it is when you need a dentists to look after you. Gingivitis, cavity, tooth decay etc need the dentists care and treatment by the specialist and dental care staff.

Dental Care has become a specialty in Kerala. Thousand of tourists every year fly from USA, and other European countries to Kerala for a grand holiday and dental care. The cost of dental Care is comparatively less expensive in India as compared to the other western countries. The dental hospitals and clinics in Kerala are have incorporated the latest advances in technology as well as highly skilled and motivated professionals to match the best of international standards. All these institutions are totally dedicated to offering top quality dentistry to all the tourists. They specializes both in general and surgical treatments, offering services from simple restorations and cosmetic procedures to orthodontics and implantation.

Dental Diseases
A dental disease is a disease that affects dental organs such as teeth and gums. Some of the most prevalent type of dental diseases are as follows :

Tooth Decay : Tooth decay is the condition in which tooth under the variety of harsh conditions break down that further leads to the formation of cavity (dental caries). Tooth decay usually occurs when the bacteria in the mouth make acids that eat away at the tooth. It makes hole in the enamel. If it is not treated, it can effect the deeper sections of the tooth, and can cause pain, infection and tooth loss. Tooth decay is the most common dental problem that can occur at any time or age. Children are more prone to the tooth decay as they are more addicted to sugar taste. However proper brushing habits may remove some of the food particles but some some of them still remains. You are required to use strong antibacterial toothpastes to stay away from the bad tooth decay. If it does not work out, it is safe to remove the existing decay by going to the dentists.
Gingivitis : Gingivitis is the infection which leads to the inflammation of the gums surrounding the teeth. It is one of the many periodontal disease that slowly and slowly destroys the tissues that support the teeth including the gums, the periodontal ligament and the tooth sockets. It oftenly causes pain and bleed when you brush your teeth. If it is not treated at the proper time it can lead to a more serious gum disease such as periodontists and further to the destruction of teeth and tooth decay. Gingivitis is no doubt preventable. Daily brushing and flossing are really helpful. Other wise if you are already infected with Gingivitis, professional cleaning can help you recover the damage.

Periodontal Disease : Periodontal Disease involves inflammation and infection that affect the health of periodontium (those tissues that surround the teeth and include the gums, soft tissues and bone). It is a serious disease that can lead to the loss of alveolar bone around the teeth and if it is not treated at the proper time it can even lead to the loss of teeth. He risks of Periodontal disease is higher if you are diabetic, or uses medications such as steroids, some type of anti -epilepsy drugs, cancer, therapy drugs, pregnancy or oral contraceptives.

Dental Plague : Dental Plaque is a calcium carbonate or calcium phosphate crystal formation around the mouth that should be constantly removed as it forms. Some of its is removed naturally. If it is avoided it can further progress into the dental cavities or periodontal problems. To keep away from the dental plague, it is very necessary to brush your teeth at least twice a day to clear the plague and debris. Daily flossing is also helpful in removing the plaque between the teeth. You can also go for regular rinsing with an antiseptic mouthwash.

Dental Treatments : Kerala has over the years become the destination of choice for families of patients from abroad seeking quality dental treatments at the much affordable prises. The site provides you the information about the dental treatments that you can avail on the tour to Kerala. The dental hospitals and clinics in Kerala provides treatments for Whitening, Cosmetic Dentistry, Restorative Dentistry, Implant Dentistry, Diagnodent Laser, Friendly Root Canal, Invisalign and Lumineers.

How to avoid dental problems? By regular brushing and flossing you can maintain the health of your teeth, gums and bones around the teeth. If possible brush your teeth after the meals. Use tongue scraper, dental irrigator at least five to six time a week. Avoid food that is rich in sugar especially the soda drinks. From time to time check any signs of damage from tooth clenching and grinding. If you face the dental diseases, please do not share you food with your children or any one else. Quit smoking or the use of tobaccos. Visit your dentists at least twice a year.