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Gingivectomy Hyderabad – Gingivectomy is a dental procedure wherein a part of the gum around the teeth is removed. It is performed by a Gum Specialist or Periodontist. It may also be referred to as Crown Lengthening Procedure (CLP) as removal of the gum increases the clinical crown length.

Why is Gingivectomy done?

There are many reasons to perform Gingivectomy or Gum Reshaping:

  • Gum disease: In gum diseases, the gums become swollen. So the Periodontist thins down or trims the gum to bring it down to the normal physiological level and to remove the pocket formed between the tooth and the gums.
  • Gummy smile: Some individuals may have less tooth display and more gum display. In such cases, the height of the visible tooth can be increased by removing or trimming a part of the gum, resulting in a smile with less of gum display. This type of Gingivectomy is mainly called Aesthetic Crown Lengthening, as it enhances the smile of the patient.
  • Enlargement: Any enlargements present around a single tooth or multiple teeth can be removed with Gingivectomy.
  • Crowns & Bridges: Gingivectomy may be required to increase the tooth display when crowns and bridges are delivered for aesthetic reasons. In such cases, Gingivectomy is done only around those teeth.


How is Gingivectomy done?

Gingivectomy or Gingivoplasty or Gum Reshaping is a surgical procedure, where the Periodontist after delivering local anesthesia assesses the amount of gum to be removed and then uses a surgical blade to strip the excess gum. The stripping is done until physiological contour of the gum is attained. The Periodontist then places a periodontal dressing on the raw surface to protect the wound surface from the external environment.

What to expect after Gingivectomy?

Pain killers and antibiotics are prescribed postoperatively. Mild pain and burning sensation can be expected following the procedure. The patient is usually called after 1 week to check the healing process. The treated gum surface appears to red in colour, indicative of the healing and influx of increased blood supply. After healing, cleaning becomes easy, as the physiological contours are maintained.

What are the recent advances in Gingivectomy?

The conventional method of using a surgical blade can be substituted for lasers. At Alux dental, Gemini dual-wavelength diode laser by Ultradent is being advocated. Its Unique features and tissue specificity make it highly effective and precise allowing rapid healing. Reduced pain and swelling are commonly observed with patients opting for laser Gingivectomy.

The Ultradent Gemini laser is absolutely safe and US FDA approved.

For advice and information on Gum reshaping or Gingivectomy procedures, you can consult your Periodontist.

Mutilated teeth – Hyderabad, Badly broken down teeth or teeth that are irreparably fractured are considered as mutilated teeth.

How are teeth damaged or mutilated?

In certain cultures tooth mutilation, practices are commonly seen in both adults and infants. Pre Columbian South American Tribes and Present-day Nigerian settlements widely practise tooth mutilation which can lead to various dentoalveolar anomalies.

Here are multiple causes that may damage your tooth. Some common causes are listed below:

  • Impact to front teeth during an accident may lead a broken or mutilated front tooth
  • Tooth decay and caries can damage your tooth
  • Secondary decay due to poor restorations
  • Fractured teeth in young children
  • Severely worn out teeth due to traumatic biting

I don’t have pain in my mutilated tooth. Should I get it treated?

You may not experience pain from a tooth that is badly broken down if the living tissue or pulp is completely dead. This dead or necrotic tissue can lead to an infection, formation of pus and an abscess that may spread to the surrounding bone and other teeth. Mutilated teeth often hinder oral hygiene maintenance in the surrounding areas which leads to dental decay of the neighbouring teeth.

What are the ways in which I can save a mutilated tooth?

Mutilated teeth can be managed on various fronts:

Endodontic management: A severely broken down tooth may require a root canal and a simple restoration will not suffice. Depending on the complexity of the case the root canal may either be multiple sitting or single sitting. Depending on the architecture of the remaining tooth structure your Dentist may advise a Post and Core for additional support to the tooth.

Prosthodontic management: A severely broken down tooth following a root canal cannot survive without a crown. The Prosthodontist, depending on the location, size and vulnerability of the tooth can recommend the adequate crown

Should I save my mutilated tooth?

When a tooth is severely damaged and cannot be salvaged, attempts to revive the tooth will be short-lived. In such cases with poor prognosis, an extraction followed by a prosthetic solution such as a dental implant fares better.

You can consult your Endodontist for advice on whether a conservative approach can be attempted with permanent results. Depending on various factors including the amount of tooth structure present, age of the patient, overall health the Root Canal Specialist will decide the best course of treatment. At ALUX DENTAL all treatment planning is done with permanent solutions in mind. A lifetime warranty accompanies all treatment / therapeutic procedures rendered.

Gum Recontouring Hyderabad – Gingivectomy & Crown lengthening is two very common Gum Contouring procedures recommended for aesthetics and in certain conditions, to enable optimum functioning of a prosthesis. Retrograde pressure from the underlying gum can dislodge a crown which requires your Periodontist to re-contour the gum before fixing a crown. In gummy smile cases, a crown lengthening by laser gum reduction helps the cosmetic dental surgeon deliver a pleasing and confident smile.

Gum Recontouring traditionally was done using a scalpel resulting in a bloody field but with the advent of Lasers in dentistry, the laser gum correction has become precise, conservative, bloodless, followed by less inflammation and faster healing.

Why Gum Recontouring or Gingivoplasty?

Gum Recontouring or Gum Reshaping is advised in patients with:

  • Gummy Smile
  • Smile designing
  • Inflammatory conditions leading to polyps and gum margin loss.
  • In certain cases of crown cementation where excessive gum tissue causes retrograde pressure, Gum recontouring is both an aesthetic and functional procedure which helps in harmonizing the balance between teeth and gums.


Does gum laser surgery hurt?

Diode lasers employed for Gum Recontouring with a dual pulse of 810 & 980nm are very effective, precise and virtually pain- free. The Ultradent Gemini laser at ALUX DENTAL is a US FDA approved soft tissue laser that is safe and effective. With the use of anesthetics even minimal discomfort can be avoided.

Cost of Gum Recontouring in Hyderabad or Cost of Gummy Smile Redesigning in Hyderabad?

A Gummy Smile is often corrected for aesthetic reasons where the tooth to root ratio needs to be kept into consideration without being very aggressive. The procedure needs to be precision-driven, enhancing aesthetics and creating a harmony between tooth and gum. The cost of gum recontouring depends on

  1. Type of surgery advised: Laser Gum Recontouring or Conventional Gum Reshaping
  2. Reason for gum recontouring
  3. Number of teeth involved
  4. The Skillset of the cosmetic dental surgeon

Is Gum Recontouring harmful?

No, if handled by a professional like periodontist, prosthodontist or a cosmetic dentist gum recontouring isn’t harmful. An understanding of gum to tooth and tooth to root proportions is integral to achieve a harmony between aesthetics and function. Any imbalance in the above would lead to a compromise in the gum health.

Do receding gums heal?

The elasticity and tonicity of gums make them resilient but the gum cannot regrow especially if infected or receded. In such cases, a tissue graft is used to realign the gum.

Best Invisible braces Treatment in Hyderabad – Numerous innovations that will leave you grinning have become available in recent years. Nowadays the option of invisible braces has helped overcome stigma and discomfort that existed in society. The thought of getting braces done is not an unpleasant one anymore.

Looks have never been the forte when it comes to braces and their affiliation with train tracks was not completely unjustifiable. Within the world of orthodontics, invisible braces have become a sought-after buzzword. The excitement is in with a new generation of discreet braces that have gone unsurprisingly from strength to strength.

What is the latest technology based braces in orthodontics?

In the field of orthodontics, clear aligners are the latest technology-based. Ceramic braces and Lingual braces are also considered as invisible braces.

Whom are they meant for?

For those people who desire to get their teeth straightened but are conscious about their appearance. Those having apprehensions with respect to wires hanging from teeth are adequate candidates for invisible braces.

How do they work?

These braces work just like the conventional ones and set right the protruding teeth and the other irregularities.

What are the different types of invisible braces?

The less easily noticeable braces are of three kinds. one can choose from ceramic, lingual, and clear aligners. Each uses different means to straighten teeth, and each achieves different levels of discreetness.

Ceramic braces: In these braces, the brackets are made up of clear, transparent ceramic material which works in the same way as that of the traditional braces. The less noticeably visible feature of these braces makes them a desired choice for adults who need orthodontic treatment.

Lingual braces: Lingual braces also called “ibraces” are invisible braces one can also opt for instead of traditional braces. Rather than being worn on the front teeth, these are placed on the insides of your teeth, so you can’t see them at all.

Clear aligners: Clear aligners are custom made plastic aligners fabricated based on digital models made from an impression or a scan of your teeth so that they fit your teeth well. They are virtually invisible, non-invasive, comfortable and do not cloud even with long usage.

Invisalign is the leading brand amongst aligners. They provide a gradual series of corrections to achieve full alignment based on simulated tooth movements. These aligners are removable and hence provide ease to the one using it during eating and cleaning.

One has to change the aligner out for a newly made aligner every 2 weeks or as told by the orthodontist. It is advised to wear the aligners for 20-22 hours, as only full-time wear will facilitate proper tooth movement and desired changes.

What are the post-treatment instructions?

Keeping up with regular appointments with your orthodontist is highly recommended. Your clear aligners are to be maintained well. Always remember to remove them before eating or drinking anything other than water. Also, brush your teeth after every meal to avoid staining your aligner.

At Alux Dental we offer world-class Orthodontic treatment if you are looking out for best invisible Braces in Hyderabad you can book an appointment here.

Invisible Filling or Cosmetic Restoration Hyderabad – Restorations in dentistry were revolutionised after the advent of composite restorations. Composite restorations are aesthetic, durable and have good strength. They are economical options to indirect ceramic laminates and also to indirect inlays. Glass ionomer cement restorations are also white but not as good as composites.

Cosmetic Restorations are broadly divided into:

1. Composite Restorations
2. Glass Ionomer Restorations

The aesthetic properties of a composite are equally important as fluoride-releasing capabilities of a glass ionomer cement. There have been considerable advancements in composite too. Composites are impregnated with fibreglass making them stronger. Inclusions of tints to composite restorations lend them true to life colours.

For one to achieve a true to life restoration or make the restoration completely invisible the anatomy of the tooth needs to be carved post-restoration. This goes without saying that the artistic skills of a cosmetic dental surgeon can add a magic touch where the filling is completely camouflaged. Polishing of the filling or a cosmetic restoration is integral to achieve a barrier-free tooth-filling interface.

Is there something called as an invisible filling in dental?

Tooth restorations which are tooth-like in colour and sculpted to replicate the anatomy can create an illusion as an invisible filling. The advancements in composite restorations have lead dentistry to deliver restorations which are true to life in colour and form.

Why is there a disparity in the cost of an invisible filling or cosmetic filling?

The cost of an invisible filling or a cosmetic filling depends on various factors like:

1. Type of composite or composites used
2. Use of different shades of composites. For example, the body shade can’t be used for an incisal edge and translucent shades can’t be used during masking certain anomalies. The choice for composites is vast. Use of composites with a comprehension of end results, not just based on colour but with an emphasis on replicating anatomy, hue and chroma will help a cosmetic dental surgeon deliver true to life restorations. These kinds of skills would also affect the cost.
3. Use of tints and reinforced components like fibreglass makes a composite or cosmetic restoration true to life and durable which can also affect the cost of a cosmetic filling in Hyderabad

Can cosmetic or invisible filling last a lifetime?

At ALUX DENTAL we believe if the architecture of the broken tooth or the fractured tooth is crafted well and if right materials are used for restoration then a filling will last a lifetime.

Are cosmetic restorations less stronger than amalgam or metal restorations?

Contrary to the assumption, cosmetic or composite restorations are stronger than amalgam restorations. The silver in amalgam reacts to thermal changes and also gets oxidised with time leaving the tooth at the margins. This marginal leakage is susceptible to further secondary decay too. So, it’s a dictum to change a metal filling once in four years whereas composite restorations can last a lifetime.

If you are looking out for Invisible Filling or Cosmetic Restoration service in Hyderabad, you can book an appointment here.

Gum Depigmentation Hyderabad – Gum depigmentation or gum resurfacing is a cosmetic dental procedure where the uppermost layer of gum is peeled surgically or by the help of a laser, inducing new growth. With the advent of lasers, gum depigmentation has become a non-invasive or minimally invasive procedure with limited or no downtime.

Gum Depigmentation

Diode lasers with an 810nm wavelength have been successfully used for gum depigmentation however the latest dual pulse lasers like Ultradent Gemini Laser is quite superior to most of the lasers as it minimizes any pigmentation induced due to heat.

Indications for Gum Depigmentation :

1. Pigmented gums or dark gums
2. Cosmetic Corrections

How can I whiten my gums?

Gums cannot be whitened per say but lightening or Depigmentation of gums is an in-office cosmetic dental treatment where a cosmetic dentist can use a laser to resurface the top layer of gum inducing neogenesis or new growth. The remodelled collagen can have lesser pigmentation hence a lightened look.

What is the cost of gum depigmentation in Hyderabad?

The cost of gum depigmentation depends on the extent of pigmentation and whether a laser is being used. Gum depigmentation is a procedure wherein a couple of sittings are required, spaced over three weeks and often the results achieved are transient.

Can gums be bleached?

Gums or gingiva as they are called should not be bleached.

Bleaching of gums with at-home recipes is a common practice which actually exasperates the concern than helping it. So, baking soda bleaches or DIY bleaches for gums should be totally avoided.

What is the best treatment for pigmented gums or dark gums?

Pigmented gums or pigmented skin is based on melanin content. Melanin is a dark pigment which protects one’s skin or collagen and also imparts a certain colour.

Mostly for cosmetic reasons or aesthetic reasons, gums are depigmented. A dual pulse laser-like Ultradent Gemini Laser can help a cosmetic dental surgeon achieve desired effects sooner than other lasers. The 810nm and 980nm dual wavelength of the diode are not only effective but also prevents heat-induced pigmentation.

Do dental clinics across Hyderabad offer gum depigmentation?

No, a good dental clinic in Hyderabad with advanced technologies like lasers can offer gum depigmentation. ALUX DENTAL with their cutting edge Ultradent Gemini Laser offers best gum depigmentation treatment in Hyderabad.

Tooth enamel is the outer most covering of your teeth. It’s made of calcium and phosphate and is stronger than bone. Your spit, or saliva, is also loaded with calcium and phosphate and bathes the teeth to keep them strong.

How Do Teeth Get Decay?

When you eat snacks like candies, chocolates, biscuits etc, decay-causing bacteria start utilising the carbohydrates in these foods. This leads to the production of acids that attack your enamel and strip away calcium and phosphate from the tooth enamel leaving your teeth more vulnerable to decay and cavities

How does fluoride fight cavities?

When your saliva has fluoride in it from various sources like water, toothpaste etc, your teeth are able to take it in. Once in your enamel, fluoride teams up with calcium and phosphate to create the most powerful defence system your teeth can have, to prevent cavities from forming: Fluoroapatite. It’s much stronger, more resistant to decay than your enamel and fights to protect your teeth.

What products can I use which contain fluoride?

There are many ways to get fluoride fighting for you. On the home front, be sure to brush your teeth twice a day with a toothpaste that has fluoride in the form of fluorapatite. Even a mouthwash containing the required amount of fluoride will suffice.

Fluoride can also be applied professionally by dentists, usually by a Paediatric Dentist or a General Dentist in the form of a gel, foam or varnish. These methods utilise a much higher level of fluoride concentration than what is present in your toothpaste and mouthwashes. Gels and foams are usually delivered via a tray or a mouthguard. Whereas fluoride varnishes are painted on the tooth. Fluoride can also be applied via a tooth mousse which contains CPP-ACP along with fluoride.

When is fluoride intake most critical?

It is critical for infants and children between the ages of 6 months and 16 years to be exposed to fluoride. This is the timeframe during which the milk teeth and adult teeth erupt in the mouth. However, adults benefit from fluoride too.

Can I develop fluorosis?

The proper amount of fluoride helps prevent and control dental decay. Fluoride ingested during tooth development can result in visible changes in enamel such as white spots because of hypomineralization.

These changes have been broadly termed enamel fluorosis, certain extremes of which are cosmetically objectionable.  Severe forms of this condition can occur only when young children ingest excess fluoride, from any source, during critical periods of tooth development. Concerns regarding the risk for enamel fluorosis are limited to children aged <8 years; enamel is no longer susceptible once its maturation is complete.

Child orthodontics treatment in Hyderabad – is devotedly concerned towards the oral health of children from infancy through teen years, holding the purpose of creating a healthy “functional bite” which can be partly jaw position and partly tooth alignment-based.

Pediatric orthodontics also gets referred to as phase I orthodontic treatment which is the first phase before the braces and includes progressive treatments for patients aged 7 to 11 – especially when jaw irregularities are present.

Child Orthodontics

When lined up correctly the jaws and teeth are able to function as nature intended and bring about an attractive smile as an added bonus.

In what way will orthodontic treatment help my child?

Orthodontic treatment will improve your child’s bite and facilitate proper chewing ability also contributing towards clear speech.

Teeth tend to look good when they function appropriately. An attractive smile is a pleasantly gratifying side-effect of orthodontic treatment, having emotional benefits. Bringing teeth, lips and face into proportion ameliorates children’s self-esteem, boosting his / her self-confidence. Properly aligned teeth are less prone to decay, gum disease and injury.

As my child grows won’t his teeth line up correctly?

With the growth of your child unfortunately, his or her teeth will not straighten out on their own. There is no increase in space that’s available for permanent front teeth as one grows. The permanent teeth are comparatively bigger in size to the set of primary teeth and so for most people, there is often not enough room for teeth accommodation.

As a child gets older, untreated orthodontic problems can become worse, and more difficult to treat. These problems may also lead to tooth decay, gum disease, broken front teeth and loss of bone tissue that holds teeth in place.

What if my child loses a primary tooth early?

If your child loses his /her milk tooth early through decay or injury, the other teeth might drift and fill in the empty vacant space created because of the lost tooth.

As a consequence of this loss, the room required for the child’s permanent teeth to erupt is lost causing crooked or crowded teeth that compromise the functional harmony.

Are there any additional reasons to see an orthodontist sooner than the age of 7?

Yes if one notices, in your child:

  • Early or late loss of baby teeth
  • Thumb sucking habit
  • Mouth breathing and snoring
  • Difficulty biting, speaking and chewing
  • Clenching jaws and grinding teeth
  • Protruded, crowded or excessively spaced teeth
  • We strongly recommend that you fix an appointment with an Orthodontist

A check-up with the Orthodontist is mandatory when baby teeth are being replaced with the permanent teeth and when the face and jaws are growing.

If a problem already exists or is developing, your orthodontist is able to advise you on whether treatment is recommended, when it should begin, what form of treatment will be required, and its estimated length

Not all orthodontic problems will need correction. Also, not all treatments are done using braces.

There might be a “wait and see” approach of your child’s growth and development periodically and when required treatment will be initiated at the appropriate age.

LOW-LEVEL LASER THERAPY Treatment In Hyderabad – Imagine a tool that could reduce pain, improve healing of wounds, relieve muscle tension and regenerate nerves without the use of drugs and the associated adverse effects. Although it may sound far fetched, it’s a therapeutic technology that has been used clinically for decades: low-level laser therapy (LLLT).

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What is Low-Level Laser Therapy?

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT), also referred to as phototherapy or photobiomodulation, uses light energy from lasers or light-emitting diodes to elicit cellular and biological responses in the body. Light photons work on various cell processes to stimulate the release of cellular energy, which can be used to restore normal cell morphology and function.

How does low-level laser therapy work?

In contrast to a focused laser beam that concentrates photons in order to cut, ablate, or destroy tissue, Low-Level Laser Therapy is a defocused beam that does not appreciably elevate the tissue temperature and should not destroy tissue. Lasers designed for LLLT are sometimes referred to as “cold lasers.” Lasers work by affecting certain elements within target tissues that absorb specific wavelengths of radiation, which are called Chromophores.

The term “Photostimulation” is often used to describe the effects of LLLT because it tends to stimulate and promote the growth and healing of injured tissues. Published effects in various situations have been explained in the literature for several situations.

What are the various uses of Low-Level Laser Therapy in dentistry?

In dentistry, photobiomodulation can be used for many things including:\

  • Treatment of stress ulcers and traumatic ulcers.
  • Reduction of oral edema.
  • Post-operative pain relief following periodontic procedures, oral surgery, and endodontic procedures.
  • Treatment of recurrent intraoral and labial herpes infections
  • Management of inflammatory conditions such as erosive lichen planus.
  • Reduce pain experienced during orthodontic treatment.
  • Management of temporomandibular joint disorders.
  • For reducing dental sensitivity

How is LLLT used?

A specialised handpiece is used to perform low level laser therapy. At ALUX DENTAL we use the Gemini Laser by Ultradent which is operated in defocus mode to perform low level laser therapy.

Is Low-Level Laser Therapy Safe?

One of the most intriguing aspects of LLLT is safety. Lasers only elicit responses from cells that can utilize the energy produced, thus will have no negative effect on healthy cells. In the various studies done on laser therapy, no clinical side effects have been reported. The Gemini Laser by Ultradent we use at ALUXDENTAL is tissue-specific equipment which is US FDA approved and one of the safest lasers available for treatment.

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