• Is there Food lodgement in between your teeth?

  • Are your teeth sensitive to cold food or liquids?

  • Is there Pain/sensation in teeth on having something sweet?

  • Is there Pain on chewing/eating or applying pressure?

  • Is there any black spot or line on your tooth?

If the answer to any one of the above questions is YES, then most likely your tooth is decayed and it requires a filling.


is nothing but demineralisation of the outer most layer of the tooth called enamel, and the second, middle layer called dentin. Food that remains stuck on the tooth is consumed by the bacteria present in our mouth, and an acid is produced as a by product. This acid leads to the decalcification or the demineralisation of the tooth’s enamel and dentin. As a result of which these layers become soft and a cavity is formed. A vicious cycle starts now, leading to the more food lodgement in the cavity and its further progression. If untreated at this stage, the acid reaches the innermost living tissue of the tooth called pulp which contains the nerves and blood vessels, the treatment is now root canal therapy because tooth can no more be saved with a filling.

Prevention is better than cure so filling a tooth at the right time becomes very important to increase the life of the tooth and to avoid root canal treatment which comes at the later stage if tooth is left unattended.

We only use new generation improved tooth colour composite fillings.

Composite fillings

are the white, tooth colour fillings, aesthetic to the extent that no one can judge whether your tooth has a filling, shade is exactly matched with the natural colour of your tooth, sculpted and carved to match the natural shape of your tooth, functionally as strong as your own tooth, if maintained nicely, will last as long as your own tooth.
Get rid of those old mercury fillings for the long term health of your oral cavity.


With our advancements in these areas, you no longer have to settle for stained, chipped, or malaligned teeth. You now have choices that can help you smile with confidence. Even the most subtle change in your smile can make a dramatic difference in the way you look and feel about yourself.

  • Gum Recontouring: Dental lasers can reshape gum tissue to expose healthy tooth structure and improve the appearance of a gummy smile.

  • Gum Depigmentation: Laser is exclusively used to remove the dark melanin pigmentation around the teeth (gums), so that the patient can even have a brighter smile.