BDS, MDS - Orthodontics
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95% (397 votes)
Orthodontist and dentofacial orthopedics. (Sp. for crooked and forwardly placed teeth and jaws), general, cosmetic, and implant dentistry
#7,8,Shiv Shakti Shopping Complex,Ghod Dod Road., Landmark: Opposite To Kakadiya Complex & Above Vision Point Opticals, Surat
Mon - Wed, Fri - Sat
10:00 - 01:00
03:00 - 08:00
Very good experience.Staff is also good.speech of doctor is very understandable and they give every imformation about your treatment that's the plus point.you know on which stage your treatment are.
Doctor is good and informative however my requirement is to get the teeth straightened without any extraction but he denied to it and hence pls get other opinion if the case is same as mine as tjere are technologies to get treated witjout extraction
Very good. Very frndly experience. Doctor is always cheerful which adds on to his glory. An overall cosmetic dentistry expert.
My son teeth structure is now excellent.
Q: Who is an orthodontist?
A: An orthodontist is a dentist who deals with prevention, diagnosis and correction of malpositioned teeth and jaws. They help in correction of improper bite, and malocclusion.
Q: Which treatments are given by an orthodontist?
A: An orthodontist gives treatments for correction of malocclusion, underbite, crossbite, overbite, spacing, crowding of teeth. He uses many appliances for correction like - braces - aligners - space maintainers - palatal expander, headgear - jaw repositioning appliances He also performs jaw surgery to fix severe malocclusion.
Q: What is the education qualification required to become an orthodontist?
A: An orthodontist completes a postgraduate course of 3 years in orthodontics after completion of basic undergraduation in general dentistry (4 yrs).
Q: Can an orthodontist perform surgery on my teeth?
A: Yes, an orthodontist can perform surgery on your teeth. He can perform jaw surgery to fix severe malocclusion.
Q: What is the difference between a dentist and orthodontist?
A: An orthodontist has more experience and knowledge regarding treatment of malocclusion, alignment of teeth, and corrective appliancesthan a general dentist. An orthodontist completes a postgraduate course of 3 years in orthodontics after completion of general dentistry, whereas a dentist only deals with tooth caries, gum diseases, and simple root canals.