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Title: Dental Bridges


A bridge stabilizes the bite of a patient who is missing one or more teeth. Bridges prevent the surrounding teeth from moving or shifting in the mouth. A missing tooth that is not replaced may cause surrounding teeth to become unstable and require removal, compromising oral health or change the shape of the face and diminish the beauty of a smile.

Bridges are permanent; patients need not remove them. The missing tooth is replaced with an artificial tooth connected between two crowns (caps), which are permanently cemented or bonded on the adjacent teeth.

Bridges can be used to replace a small number of missing teeth if the neighboring teeth are sufficiently strong. The number of missing teeth, condition of the neighboring teeth, condition of the supporting gums and bone are all important factors which need to be assessed prior to making a bridge. 

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Title: Dental Caps


Crowns are also known as caps, A dental crown is a tooth-shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth – covering the tooth to restore its shape and size, strength, and/or to improve its appearance. The crowns, when cemented into place, fully encase the entire visible portion of a tooth that lies at and above the gum line.

Crowns are indicated for cracked teeth and teeth with deep cavities; to protect teeth that have been filled by root-canal treatment; to provide extra support for bridges; and to cover poorly shaped or discolored teeth. Crowns may be made of metal, porcelain, or newer restorative materials like metal free ceramics. They are custom-made and fitted for each patient in conformation with the size and length of the natural teeth. Crowns typically last five to eight years, but can last much longer with proper oral hygiene.

The teeth to be crowned are prepared which involves reduction of the tooth size (usually under local anaesthesia) followed by an impression or mould of the prepared tooth. This trimming of the tooth is required to create space for the crown to be fitted. The mould taken is then sent to a laboratory where skilled technicians will fabricate the crown. In the meanwhile, a temporary crown is made and fitted onto the trimmed tooth.

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Title: Dental Fillings


Dental filling is done to repair minimal tooth fracture, tooth decay or damaged surface of the teeth.It smoothes the teeth surface which helps in better chewing and biting. When a tooth decays the enamel is lost which results in tooth sensitivity. With proper dental filling tooth sensitivity will be fully eliminated.

During the procedure the decay or damage on the teeth is removed with a dental hand-piece or laser, and the area is cleansed to remove bacteria or debris before the restoration is completed. The bonding procedure requires the placement of various adhesives followed by the composite material, which is then hardened with a special bonding light. The completed composite restoration is both functional and natural looking.

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Title: Dental Implants


A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. These implants do not need any support. A dental implant is commonly composed of a titanium material screw and a crown.

Dental implants are an ideal option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, failure of endodontics, an injury, or some other reason.It is used to replace one or more teeth without affecting adjacent teeth. It also acts as a bridge and eliminates the need for a removable partial denture.

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Title: Dental Jewellery


Teeth jewellery is a brilliant way to add sparkles to your smile and stand out of the crowd. It is a painless procedure where a dentist fixes a jewel on the tooth surface. The jewel does not damage tooth tissues and has no side effects – except for the increased charm of your smile.

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Title: Gum Treatment & Surgery


Gum disease refers to inflammation of the soft tissue (gingiva) and abnormal loss of bone that surrounds the teeth and holds them in place. Gum disease is caused by toxins secreted by bacteria in "plaque" that accumulate over time along the gum line. This plaque is a mixture of food, saliva, and bacteriaEarly symptoms of gum disease include gum bleeding without pain. Pain is a symptom of more advanced gum disease as the loss of bone around the teeth leads to the formation of gum pockets. Bacteria in these pockets cause gum infection, swelling, pain, and further bone destruction

Treatment of early gum disease involves oral hygiene and removal of bacterial plaque. Moderate to advanced gum disease usually requires a thorough cleaning of the teeth and teeth roots called "root planing" and "subgingival curettage". In advanced gum disease with significant bone destruction and loosening of teeth, teeth splinting or teeth extractions may be necessary. The various surgical options are Flap surgery, Gingivectomy, Osseous (bone) surgery Bone Grafts, or Soft Tissue Graft. 

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Title: Porcelain Veneers


A porcelain veneer is a thin shell of porcelain that is bonded onto the front surface of a tooth so to improve its cosmetic appearance. Porcelain veneers usually look more life like and they have the added benefit of resisting staining well.

One way that we can make your smile more attractive is to place porcelain veneers or jacket crowns. Porcelain veneers are translucent, thin laminates made to improve the esthetics (shape, spacing, color) of natural teeth, to correct crowding, or to replace composite bonding.If you already have crowns on your front teeth, replacement with all porcelain jacket crowns may give you a more natural, attractive appearance.

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Title: Root Canal



Root Canal Therapy is also known as Endodontics. Some indications of the need for root canal treatment may be:


  • ·         Spontaneous pain or throbbing while biting
  • ·         Sensitivity to hot and cold foods
  • ·         Severe decay or an injury that creates an abscess (infection) in the bone


The first step in a root canal is to obtain access to the nerve. This is accomplished by establishing a small access opening in the top of the tooth. It will be done under a local anesthetic.The length of the root canal is determined and the infected pulp is removed.At the same visit, the canal where the nerve is located will be reshaped and prepared to accept a special root canal filling material.

The number of visits necessary to complete your root canal will depend upon several factors including the number of nerves in the tooth, the infected state of the nerve, and the complexity of the procedure.The final step in your root canal will be the sealing of the root canal with a sterile, plastic material If treated early, root canal therapy need not be uncomfortable. With the use of local anesthetics, the entire procedure can be totally painless.

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Title: Teeth Whitening


Bleaching is one of the most common procedures of dental cosmetics. It brightens teeth that are discolored, stained, or have been darkened because of injury or drinking habits. Any tooth, even those that have had root canal surgery, can receive bleaching treatment.

Some sources of extrinsic stains are cigarettes, cigars, paan masala , coffee, tea, or foods that contain a lot of spices. This type of staining can sometimes be removed by good tooth brushing habits or by professional oral prophylaxis (scaling).

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Title: Cosmetic Dentistry


Cosmetic dentistry is an area of dentistry that seeks to create a more aesthetically pleasing smile. can whiten teeth, replace missing teeth, and repair chipped teeth through a variety of cosmetic dentistry options, including tooth bleaching, porcelain veneers, dental implants, bonding, dental crowns, and bridges.

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Title: Oncology (Cancer) Treatment


Oncology test is the branch of medicine which focuses on the surgical management of malignant neo plasms (cancer).

The most important diagnostic tool remains the medical history: the character of the complaints and any specific symptoms (fatigue,Weight loss, unexplained anemia, fever of unknown origin, paraneoplastic phenomena and other signs). Often a physical examination will reveal the location of a malignancy.

Diagnostic methods include:


  •   Biopsy, either incisional or excisional;
  •  Endoscopy, either upper or lower gastrointestinal, bronchoscopy,             or nasendoscopy;
  •   X-rays, CT scanning, MRI scanning, ultrasound and other radiological techniques;
  •  Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography, Positron emission tomography and other methods of nuclear medicine;
  •   Blood tests, including Tumor markers, which can increase the suspicion of certain types of tumors or even be pathognomonic of a particular disease.
  • Apart from in diagnosis, these modalities (especially imaging by CT scanning) are often used to determine operatability, i.e. whether it is surgically possible to remove a tumor in its entirety.
  • Generally, a "tissue diagnosis" (from a biopsy) is considered essential for the proper identification of cancer. When this is not possible, "empirical therapy" (without an exact diagnosis) may be given, based on the available evidence (e.g. history, x-rays and scans.)
  • Occasionally, a metastatic lump or pathological lymph node is found (typically in the neck) for which a primary tumor cannot be found. This situation is referred to as "carcinoma of unknown primary", and again, treatment is empirical based on past experience of the most likely origin.

Types of cancers include:

  •     Brain cancer
  •     Cervical cancer
  •     Uterine cancer
  •     Liver cancer
  •     Leukemia
  •     Hodgkin's lymphoma
  •     Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
  •     Kidney cancer
  •     Ovarian cancer
  •     Skin cancer
  •     Testicular cancer
  •     Thyroid cancer

Specialities include,

  •     Radiation Oncology
  •     Surgical Oncology
  •     Medical Oncology
  •     Paediatric Oncology

Treatment also varies based on the type of cancer and its stage. The stage of a cancer refers to how much it has grown and whether the tumor has spread from its original location.

If the cancer is confined to one location and has not spread, the goal for treatment would be surgery and cure. This is often the case with skin cancers.

If the tumor has spread to local lymph nodes only, sometimes these can also be removed.

If all of the cancer cannot be removed with surgery, the options for treatment include radiation, chemotherapy, or both. Some cancers require a combination of surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy.

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Title: Neurology Treatment



Neurological disorders are disorders that can affect the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord), the peripheral nervous system, or the autonomic nervous system.
Neuro surgery is one of the difficult surgeries that are performed in the recent days. The surgeries are performed by extremely expert surgeon with all scientific instruments.
The delicate nerves and the tissues are one of the complicated parts of our body; but the doctors with their experiences and expertness will definitely make the complications easier.
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Title: General Surgery



General surgery is the treatment of injury, deformity, and disease using operative procedures.
Types of General Surgery
  • Advanced laparoscopic and minimally invasive surgery.
  • Benign and malignant diseases of oesophagus, Stomach and intestines.
  • Gall bladder diseases
  • Appendix surgery
  • Hysterectomy
  • Liver, Spleen and Pancreatic Surgery
  • Management of anorectal diseases like piles, fissures and fistulas.
  • Management of Hernias of various kinds (Laparoscopic and Open techniques).
  • Tubal ligation
  • Tubal Reversal
  • Benign and Malignant diseases of Breast, Thyroid and Salivary glands.
  • Advanced vascular surgery of the Aorta, Carotid artery, Peripheral Vascular and vein Surgery.
  • Thoracic and Thoracoscopic surgery.
  • Lumps and swellings on the body.



Cost Savings:
General Surgery Approximate Cost Elsewhere - in USD Approximate Cost INDIA - IN USD
Gall Bladder $ 6450 € 1290
Glaucoma Surgery $ 6450 € 1250
Squint Correction $ 9750 € 1950
Laslk Laser for Spectracts Removal $ 1800 € 550
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Title: Gallbladder



Gallbladder removal is surgery to remove the gallbladder.
Gallbladder removal surgery is done while you are under general anesthesia (unconscious and pain-free).
There are two types of gallbladder removal surgery.
  • Open cholecystectomy
  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is most commonly done. This procedure is less invasive than open cholecystectomy and requires smaller surgical cuts. It uses a thin, lighted tube called a laparoscope, which lets the doctor see inside your abdomen. For this procedure, the surgeon makes about four small cuts in the belly area and inserts the laparoscope.
Carbon dioxide enters the belly area, which helps lift the abdomen up, so the surgeon has more space to work. The surgeon cuts the duct and vessels going to the gallbladder and removes the organ.
In complicated cases, an open cholecystectomy may be performed. A larger surgical cut is made just below the ribs on the right side of the abdomen. The vessels and ducts going to the gallbladder are cut and closed with clips, and the gallbladder is removed.
Laparoscopic surgery is often associated with a lower rate of complications, a shorter hospital stay, and better cosmetic results than the open procedure.
Why this is done? 
Gallbladder removal surgery is usually done to treat the following conditions:
  • Gallbladder disease
  • Choledocholithiasis
  • Infection or inflammation (cholecystitis)
  • Gallbladder cancer
  • Abnormal gallbladder function (biliary dyskinesia)
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Title: Inguinal Hernia



A hernia occurs when part of an organ (usually the intestines) sticks through a weak point or tear in the thin muscular wall that holds the abdominal organs in place.
There are several types of hernias, based on where they occur:
Inguinal hernia appears as a bulge in the groin or scrotum. This type is more common in men than women.
Femoral hernia appears as a bulge in the upper thigh. This type is more common in women than in men.
Incisional hernia can occur through a scar if you have had abdominal surgery.
Umbilical hernia appears as a bulge around the belly button. It occurs when the muscle around the navel doesn't close completely.
Usually, there is no obvious cause of a hernia, although they are sometimes associated with heavy lifting. Hernias can be seen in infants and children. This can happen when the lining around the abdominal organs does not close properly before birth. About 5 out of 100 children have inguinal hernias (more boys than girls). Some may not have symptoms until adulthood.
If you have any of the following, you are more likely to develop a hernia:
  • Family history of hernias
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Undescended testicles
  • Extra weight
  • Chronic cough
  • Chronic constipation, straining to have bowel movements
  • Enlarged prostate, straining to urinate
  • Symptoms
  • Groin discomfort or groin pain aggravated by bending or lifting
  • A tender groin lump or scrotum lump
  • A nontender bulge or lump in children
Most hernias can be pushed back into the abdominal cavity. However, if it cannot be pushed back through the abdominal wall, this can lead to a strangulated loop of intestine. If left untreated, this portion of the intestine dies because of loss of blood supply.
Almost all hernias require surgery, preferably before complications occur, to reposition the herniated loop of intestine and secure the weakened muscles in the abdomen.
Before surgery, you will be given a sedative to make you drowsy. A local or spinal numbing medicine (anesthesia) will be used so you do not feel pain during the procedure. In some cases, the procedure is done while you are under general anesthesia (unconscious and pain-free).
The surgeon makes a cut over the area of the hernia. The bulging tissue or organ is placed back inside the muscle wall, the muscle tissue is repaired, and the skin is closed. In many inguinal hernia repairs, a small piece of plastic mesh is used to repair the defect in the muscle tissue.
Laparoscopic hernia repair is becoming more popular. This approach uses a minimally invasive technique.
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