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Why should you come to us?

100% transparency is maintained towards the patients. Appropriate and timely appointments. Comfortable and secured options for care.

WELCOME TO YOUDENT

quality dental care

The dental team at YOUDENT Jaipur is committed not only to quality dental care, but also to the comfort and satisfaction of our patients. We strive for perfection, but will settle for excellence.

DENTAL CLINIC IN NUMBERS

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Happy SMiles

25

People Working

20

years of Experiance

6000

Patients in Year

Services

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Departments

Preventive Dentistry

It is dental care that focuses on keeping your teeth and gums healthy. It involves a mix of frequent dental examinations and the development of healthy oral hygiene practices such as brushing and flossing. Taking care of your teeth begins when you are a c

Restorative Dentistry

Any dental procedure that focuses on repairing or replacing damaged oral tissues is known as restorative dentistry. This can encompass a variety of services including dental fillings, bridges, and implants, among others. Restorative dentistry, on the othe

Conservative Dentistry

It is a type of dentistry that focuses on maintaining the health of the teeth in the mouth. It encompasses many types of direct and indirect restorations of individual teeth in the mouth, as well as the practice of operational dentistry and endodontic.

Cosmetic Dentistry

It is a type of professional dental care that focuses on making your teeth seem better. Even though aesthetic dentistry operations are typically optional rather than mandatory, some types of treatment do have restorative advantages

Orthodontic Treatment (Teeth Alignment)

Orthodontic therapy is a discipline of dentistry that focuses on repositioning teeth and jaws that aren't in the right place. Tooth decay, periodontal disease, headaches, TMJ dysfunction, achy jaw muscles, and other issues can all be caused by misaligned

Child Dentistry

Pediatric dentists specialize in the dental health of children from birth through adolescence. They have the training and knowledge to look after a child's teeth, gums, and mouth at all stages of development. During the first six months of life, children

PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY

Preventive Dentistry is the practice of keeping healthy mouth.This practicehelps to avoid gum disease, cavities, plaques, tooth loss. Includes - 1. Scaling and Polishing 2. Fluoride Application

Doctors

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Dr. Savita Pokra

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Dr Swalpa Sharma

Prosthodontics specialist

Areas of specialization: Implantology, oral surgery and in treating edentulous cases with "All on 4" technique.

Dr Aditi Mehta

Paediatric specialist

Areas of specialization: Implantology, oral surgery and in treating edentulous cases with "All on 4" technique.

Dr. Rajesh Kumar Gupta

Director and Chief Clinical Officer

Areas of specialization: Implantology, oral surgery, and treating edentulous cases with the "All on 4" technique. Views: I enjoy working with my patients and coworkers. I see a wide range of people, from small children to adults and everything in between. My patients inspire me to improve as a dentist and to be optimistic about our practice's future

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you need emergency dental care at Youdent?

We work hard to be the finest emergency dentist in Youdent. We are always there for you a call away. At our dental clinic, we provide same-day emergency dental appointments to both new and existing customers. When a dental emergency arises, many people rush to the local emergency room. Some do so because they do not have insurance to cover the care they require, while others do so because they believe it is the best alternative when they are in pain or have a dental trauma. A dental emergency never seems to occur at a convenient time. It's usually on a weekend, a holiday, or after the dentist's office has closed for the day. Our emergency dentist takes walk-ins and provides same-day treatment options to bring patients back to normal as soon as possible. In these cases, providing treatment from whatever discomfort the patient is suffering is paramount, and our emergency dentist in Youdent provides reasonable checkups for toothaches and fractured teeth.

What makes us different from others?

Highly experienced dentists (20 years and + experience) High quality of types of equipment and services implemented (100% different and better from that of others) We tackle a huge number of patients every year (6000 approximately) We have a highly qualified and professional team of employees (25 approximately) To date, we have provided unlimited happy smiles

When can you come and see us?

You want a dentist who can take care of you and your entire family. You despise the thought of schlepping your family across town to several dentists. You want to feel at ease and greeted by a welcoming staff that genuinely cares about your well-being. If you're looking for the greatest family dentists in Overland Park, you've come to the right place.

what are some of the exceptional services provided by us?

Dentures- A denture is a removable dental appliance that replaces lost teeth and soft tissues. Complete and partial dentures are the two types of dentures available. When all of the teeth are lost, complete dentures are utilized, whereas partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain. Crowns and bridges- If you have one or more missing teeth, then the Youdent dentist will suggest that you should replace them with artificial ones. There are detachable choices, like dentures, that you can take out and clean, but they can slide about, move, or fall out, which many people won't enjoy. As a result, crowns fastened to dental implants and bridges that operate more like your natural teeth are available. Solea laser filings- Dr. Swalpa Sharma can eliminate dental caries (decayed tooth regions) without anesthetic using the Solea dental laser, which is a new, cutting-edge technology. The Solea laser can melt both hard and soft tissues in the mouth using CO2. While the patient would have some feeling and discomfort, it will not be severe (as the drill would be), therefore no or little anesthetic is required! This allows the patient to sit back, relax, and enjoy their dental treatment without having to worry about anything. Implants- Dental implants are metal posts or frames surgically implanted behind your gums into your jawbone. They enable your dentist to attach new teeth to them after they are in place. Root canal- It's a therapeutic procedure for a tooth's infected pulp that's supposed to get rid of the infection while also protecting the decontaminated tooth from future microbial invasion. The physical hollows within a tooth that are naturally occupied by nerve tissue, blood vessels, and other biological entities are known as root canals and their related pulp chambers. The tooth pulp is made up of all of these components. Dental implants- these are artificial dental roots that are used to replace missing teeth. Fixed (permanent) or removable replacement teeth that are created to match your original teeth are supported by implants. Tooth extraction- It is the extraction of teeth from the alveolar bone's dental alveolus (socket). Extractions are done for several reasons, but the most common purpose is to remove teeth that have become unrestorable due to tooth decay, periodontal disease, or oral trauma, especially if they are causing pain. Porcelain veneers- these are the best because they stay the longest, whereas composite veneers are constructed of a little less expensive but less durable substance. These are used to treat minor issues such as a chipped tooth. Instant veneers, unlike porcelain veneers, are not created to order.

What is the difference between the treatment of dental crowns and bridges?

If you have one or more missing teeth, your dentist may suggest that you replace them with artificial ones. There are detachable choices, like dentures, that you can take out and clean, but they can slide about, move, or fall out, which many people won't enjoy. As a result, crowns fastened to dental implants and bridges that operate more like your natural teeth are available. But, if you have to choose between crown implants and bridges, which is the best option you would like to opt for? We'll compare and contrast the similarities, differences, benefits, and drawbacks of these two fixed artificial tooth solutions so that even if you have one or two false teeth, your smile will seem as natural as possible. The work done A crown is placed on a broken, weak, or decayed tooth to help maintain its size, strength, form, and look. If you're missing a tooth, a dentist will install a dental implant on top of which your crown will be placed. Your crown will be composed of one or a combination of different materials. Although gold alloy and other metal alloy alternatives are durable and cost-effective, they will not appear like your other teeth. Crowns made of porcelain, acrylic, or ceramic can be more precisely matched to your actual teeth. Acrylic and ceramic are renowned to be long-lasting. Porcelain is more prone to chipping and breakage than metal, yet porcelain bonded to a metal shell can boost its robustness while keeping a tooth-like appearance. Unlike crowns, which can be used to repair damaged teeth, bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth. Your dentist will place crowns on filed-down teeth or dental implants at the outer margins of your missing teeth to create a bridge. Politics are replacement teeth that cover the gap between the gaps where teeth are lacking. You may choose from a variety of materials for your bridge, just as you do with dental crowns. Your dental expert is in the greatest position to help you choose the right material for your needs. However, you'll want to think about and talk about several things, including how visible the tooth is, how much it costs, how strong it is, and how it looks. The difference A dental crown can be used to cover a damaged or decayed tooth or to replace a lost tooth when it is put on top of a dental implant. Dental implants are metal anchors that are surgically attached to the jawbone beneath the gums. Osseointegration is the process through which metal implants get attached to your bone (the bone fuses to the metal). This procedure creates a steady foundation on which you may rely when eating and speaking. The recovery time after receiving an implant, according to Youdent, might range from 6 to 12 weeks. Your dentist will next insert a metal post (or abutment) into your implant, upon which your crown will be mounted. Bridges, on the other hand, are only used to replace teeth that are missing. They consist of two crowns, one on each end, and a bridge of replacement teeth that lie in the gum line where tooth loss has occurred. The crowns at the ends of a bridge can either fuse to existing teeth (which will need to be filed down by a dentist to fit appropriately) or be attached to dental implants. Regardless of which of these tooth replacement choices is ideal for you; they may be quite beneficial to your dental health. Gaps in regions where teeth have been lost might cause your remaining teeth to rotate or shift into the empty spaces, resulting in a poor bite. Furthermore, missing teeth can cause gum disease and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems.

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