Katara Dental has its origins in the well known DENTECH LABORATORY of Mumbai set up in 1985 by Dr. Mukesh Katara. Dr. Katara is a dental surgeon with postgraduate qualifications from the University of Bombay. After his training in dental technology under Prof. Dr. L.W.R. Kobes at the ZMK Klinik, Gottingen University, Germany, Dr Katara honed his skills at multiple private laboratories in Germany. He then launched DENTECH LABORATORY which is now one of India's finest, best equipped and staffed laboratories. Dentech has a staff of 35 qualified and dedicated personnel.
Dental implants restore your teeth so you can eat the foods you love
Do you have damaged or missing teeth?
Crown & Bridge restorations may be your answer!
Your teeth are considered to be your most precious asset. They do so much for your health and even your personal appearance that naturally you want to do everything you can to keep them healthy and look good.
Nevertheless, sometimes tooth decay advances to a point where a tooth is too weak. It is at these times, your dentist may recommend a crown and bridge
|Crown: A dental restoration which completely encircles the existing natural tooth and restores it to its natural form.|
|Bridge: A dental restoration which replaces one or more missing teeth. Consists of an artificial tooth attached to a crown on the natural tooth on each side of the gap.|
This is a step that can help preserve the health and appearance of your smile.
|Full Metal Crown or Bridge||Czar FZ - Solid Zirconia|
|Fabricated using the traditional casting process. It can be cast in non-precious as well as precious (gold) alloys. It restores function but lacks aesthetics.
||A new generation fully milled monolithic solid zirconia crown or bridge restoration with no veneering ceramic. Designed and milled using CAD/CAM technology. Ideal replacement of full metal restoration.
CZAR ® is the one-stop digital dentistry solution offered by Katara Dental. It is based on the combined applications of the Dental Wings Scanner, DWOS software for scanning of models and designing the restorations. The frameworks are comprised of different materials using hi-tech CNC equipment and machines
|Porcelain Fused to Metal||Czar PFZ - Veneered Zirconia|
|Porcelain, fused to an underlying metal structure which is closer to the real tooth / teeth. This renders the tooth a translucent and natural look.
||Digitally designed zirconia frameworks veneered with Emax Ceram, ideal for restorations with a requirement of superlative aesthetics and strength
Your smile is your most precious jewel. Why stop the compliments from coming in because of metal restorations? Bring out the natural beauty in your smile, ask your dentist about CZAR ® Zirconia restorations; and bask in all the compliments you will surely receive!
The SR Ivocap ® system uses a controlled heat/pressure polymerization procedure during which time the exact amount of material flows into the flask to compensate for Shrinkage which ensures a perfect fit. This pressure also optimizes the physical properties of the SR Ivocap ® High Impact denture base material and enhances the bond of the acrylic teeth to the base. An increase in the vertical dimension of the denture is also avoided.
The Ivoclar teeth are manufactured using a layering process that produces a natural opalescence. Life like characterizations, such as demineralization points, are captured within every tooth.
Valplast is one cosmetic, comfortable and affordable methods of tooth replacement available today.
Want to make sure that your teeth are well taken care of? It's really important to have good oral health habits because a dental problem may have more negative consequences than you can ever imagine!
START CHILDREN EARLY
Despite great strides in decay prevention, one in four young children develops signs of tooth decay before they start school. Half of all children between the ages of 12 and 15 have cavities. "Dental care should begin as soon as a child's first tooth appears, usually around six months."Teeth can be wiped with a clean, damp cloth or a very soft brush. At about age 2, you can let kids try brushing for themselves -- although it's important to supervise."
SEAL OFF TROUBLE
Permanent molars come in around age 6. Thin protective coatings applied to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth can prevent decay in the pits and fissures. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, sealants can significantly reduce caries. Yet only one in three U.S. kids receives dental sealants. Talk to your dental professional.
USE ENOUGH - BUT NOT TOO MUCH - FLUORIDE
The single biggest advance in oral health has been fluoride, which strengthens enamel, making it less likely to decay. Three out of four Americans drink water that is fluoridated. If your water isn't fluoridated, talk to your dental professional, who may suggest putting a fluoride application on your teeth. Many toothpastes and mouth rinses also contain fluoride. Fluoride should be used sparingly in young children -- no more than a pea-sized dab on the toothbrush. Too much can cause white spots on teeth.
BRUSH TWICE A DAY AND FLOSS DAILY
Gum disease and tooth decay remain big problems -- and not just for older people. Three-fourths of teenagers have gums that bleed, according to the ADHA. Along with the basic advice, remember: