Dentistry is a medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of illnesses and disorders of the oral cavity. The teeth, gums, and jaws are all included. Our team of professional dentists at Nephron Hospital provides comprehensive dental care to patients of all ages.


Here are some of the most prevalent oral cavity problems:

Tooth decay: It is one of the most frequent oral health problems and is caused by plaque build-up on the teeth. Plaque is a sticky film of germs that accumulates on the teeth and, if not eliminated with frequent brushing and flossing, can lead to cavities.

  • TREATMENT: Treatment for tooth decay is determined by the extent of the damage. A filling may be all that is required for minor cavities. A crown or root canal may be required for bigger cavities. In severe situations, an extraction may be required.

Gum Disease: Also known as periodontal disease, this ailment is characterised by plaque and tartar build-up on the gums. If left untreated, it can cause gum irritation and bleeding, as well as tooth loss.

  • TREATMENT: Treatment for gum disease will vary depending on the stage of the disease. A comprehensive cleaning treatment known as “scaling and root planing” may be sufficient in the early stages. Surgery may be required in more advanced cases to remove contaminated tissue.

Oral cancer: It is a dangerous condition that affects the mouth, tongue, and other areas of the oral cavity. It is frequently caused by excessive alcohol consumption and tobacco use, and early discovery is critical for successful treatment.

  • TREATMENT: Depending on the stage of the disease, oral cancer treatment may include surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. Early detection is critical for effective treatment.

Bad Breath: Also called halitosis, bad breath can be caused by a number of things, such as not taking care of your teeth, having certain health problems, or eating certain foods.

  • TREATMENT: Good oral hygiene and frequent dental check-ups can usually help prevent bad breath. In some circumstances, underlying medical issues must be addressed.

Oral Trauma: Mouth trauma, such as that caused by a sports injury or accident, can result in broken or knocked-out teeth, as well as injuries to the gums and other soft tissues.

  • TREATMENT: Treatment for oral trauma will vary depending on the severity of the injury. Surgery may be required to repair or replace teeth that have been fractured or knocked out.

TMJ Disorder: Temporomandibular Joint Issue (TMJ) is a jaw joint disorder that can cause pain, stiffness, and difficulty opening and closing the mouth.

  • TREATMENT: Treatment for TMJ disorder may involve pain- and inflammation-reducing medicines, physical therapy, and, in some circumstances, surgery.

Dental Anxiety: When it comes to dental operations, some people may experience anxiety or fear. Our dentists at Nephron Hospital are educated to provide our patients with a comfortable and painless experience.

  • TREATMENT: Anxiety about going to the dentist can be treated with sedation methods like laughing gas, oral sedation, or IV sedation. 


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Services for your Teeth Offered By Us

Fixed Partial Denture

Fixed partial dentures are dental restorations that are used to replace missing teeth. Fixed partial dentures, as compared to traditional dentures, are permanently attached to the surrounding teeth, providing a secure and stable solution for missing teeth.

Removable Partial Denture (RPD)

A Removable Partial Denture (RPD) is a dental prosthetic used to replace one or more missing teeth in the mouth. This type of denture is designed to be removed for cleaning and overnight storage and is custom-made to fit the individual's mouth.

Orthodontic Treatment

Orthodontic treatment is a specialised branch of dentistry that aims to straighten and align the teeth and jaws to enhance their appearance, functionality, and oral health. Our team of experienced orthodontists at Nephron Hospital uses cutting-edge technology and techniques to provide our patients with excellent orthodontic care.

Tooth Extraction

Tooth extraction is a dental procedure in which a damaged, decayed, or otherwise problematic tooth is extracted from the mouth. In some cases, a tooth extraction may be suggested to make room for orthodontic treatment or to make the mouth less crowded.

Root Canal Treatment

A root canal is a dental procedure that is used to save a damaged or infected tooth. The procedure involves removing infected or damaged tissue from inside the tooth, cleaning and disinfecting the area, and then filling and sealing the tooth to keep it from getting infected again.


Dentures are artificial teeth and gums that are used to replace missing teeth. They are designed to fit comfortably over the gums and support the lips and cheeks, restoring the natural appearance of the smile and improving the ability to bite, chew, and speak.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are an increasingly popular and effective method of replacing missing or damaged teeth. These fake tooth roots are put into the jawbone to make a strong, stable base for a replacement tooth that looks and works like a real one.

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