Dental Sciences

Department of Dental Sciences

Apollo Adlux Hospital’s Department of Dental Sciences emphasizes on prevention and wellness, and we use a combination of advanced dental technologies and modern techniques to provide comprehensive care. We strive to create a comfortable and stress-free environment for our patients and ensure that they receive quality dental care in a relaxed atmosphere. Whether you require cosmetic dentistry or medical treatment for any condition, we are here to help with the best options available. Our pediatric dentist works diligently to provide primary and comprehensive preventive health care for children and adolescents; taking care of their behavior and individual needs. Additionally, our specialists in restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, implants, orthodontics, periodontics, endodontics, and oral surgery collaborate together as needed - combining different specialties such as radiation oncology, dental emergency care services, etc. - to guarantee precise treatment for every patient's unique case, all administered by our highly qualified doctors and staff with the ultimate goal of creating a tailored care plan capable of meeting precise outcomes. Apollo Adlux is the perfect way to ensure your smile shines brighter than ever!


Scope of Services

  • Pediatric, Preventive, and Special Care Dentistry
  • Pediatric Dental Rehabilitation under General Anesthesia
  • Pulpectomies and pulpotomies of milk tooth
  • Age-specific intervention of nursing bottle caries/ rampant caries of infants and children through adolescence
  • Management of trauma to milk tooth and young adult tooth 
  • Apexification, apexogensis and revascularization of young permanent tooth 
  • Behaviour counselling and psychoeducation and intervention concerning oral habits (mouth breathing, tongue thrusting, thumb sucking, lip sucking) 
  • Tongue tie and frenectomy 
  • Growth modification and age specific appliance therapy along with preventive and interceptive orthodontics (myofunctional appliances) in children
  • Provision of dental care towards individuals with special health care needs
  • Periodontics
  • Gingivectomy / crown lengthening 
  • Flap Surgery 
  • Frenectomy 
  • Subgingival scaling 
  • Root planing 
  • Pericoronal flap surgery
  • Bone grafting 
  • Osseous surgery 
  • PRP and PRF 
  • Splinting 
  • Corticotomy
  • Orthodontics and Orofacial Orthopedics
  • Implants 
  • Invisalign 
  • Clear aligners
  • Orthodontic treatment 
  • Metal brackets 
  • Ceramic brackets 
  • Self-ligating brackets 
  • Lingual brackets 
  • Orthopedic appliances 
  • Frankel Appliance 
  • Headgear 
  • Twin block 
  • Herbst appliance 
  • Other Procedures:
  • Intra-oral periapical radiographs 
  • Cosmetic and esthetic fillings 
  • Root canal treatments 
  • Smile designing/make over 
  • Crowns and Bridges 
  • Complete and partial dentures 
  • Scaling and polishing 
  • Restoration of teeth 
  • Tooth extraction 
  • Preventive dental treatments
  • Facilities:
  • Wet lab area 
  • Dry lab area 
  • Utility storage room 
  • Radiography room 
  • Intra-oral radiographic machine

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When you have lost teeth but are unable or unwilling to acquire dentures, bridges, or crowns, dental implants are required. Because the effects of removing or losing a tooth and doing nothing might worsen over time, it is crucial to replace a missing tooth.

Dental implants have a number of advantages. They mimic your natural teeth in appearance and function, can increase your self-esteem, are practical, long-lasting, and improve your overall dental health. They also support your ability to speak, feel comfortable, and chew. In contrast to alternatives like dentures, dental implants do not need to be taken out and you can brush, floss, eat, and even sleep with them in.

The time required for dental operations varies depending on the procedure. It should only take about 10 minutes for a dental check-up, but it may take a bit longer if there are any problem. Teeth cleaning can take 20-30 minutes, during this period, the patient will rest comfortably in a dental chair while we inspect the teeth. Restorative procedures could last up to 20 minutes, this is a method for treating decaying teeth. However, the time required can vary depending on the type of filler used and the extent of the decayed region. The length of time you spend in the dental chair for a root canal depends on various factors, including the severity of the infection and the specific tooth.

Sedation dentistry is another term for sleep dentistry. Many people are so afraid of going to a dentist so that they refuse any treatment. People who avoid dentists due to fear may find that sleep dentistry alleviates some of their anxiety. Sedation can be utilized for a variety of operations, from invasive surgeries to simple dental cleaning. The severity of the fear determines how it is employed. Medication is used in sleep dentistry to assist patients relax during dental operations. Patients are normally awake, except for those under general Anaesthesia.

The general recommendation is that you should see the dentist every six months. According to studies, persons with no difficulties should go once a year, while those with dental disorders should go every 3 or 4 months.