The dental services provided by the hospitals are special and cover oral surgery, orthodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, paediatric dentistry and restorative dentistry. The hospitals basically provide four main types of dental functions:
- Treatment of out-patients where certain medical conditions make it compulsory for the treatment to be carried out in the hospitals.
- Consultant advice and treatment for various cases of special difficulty which are referred to hospitals by the general dental and medical practitioners. The patients who are suffering from a trauma or a disease can also be admitted to the hospitals
- Dental care of patients who stay for a short period of time when it is required for pain relief or any other kind of emergency as a part of general treatment
- Dental care of patients who stay for a long period of time in the hospitals
Oral and maxillofacial Surgery:
These refer to a variety of conditions associated with the jaws, face, neck and mouth. These surgeries involve a huge variety of procedures like the major head and neck surgeries. It is unique because the operative procedures can be carried out on both the soft tissues and the hard tissues, involving the reconstruction including microvascular techniques.
Oral surgery deals with the treatment and management of various kinds of irregularities and pathology of the mouth and the jaw that requires surgery. The surgical removal of the teeth is the most common operation. Oral surgery also includes management of soft and hard tissue pathology, dentoalveolar trauma, oral infections and oro-facial pain along with various other operations to provide support to osseointegrated implants and orthodontics.
This is the branch of dentistry related to the growth of the face, the development of the jaws and the teeth and the prevention and correction of abnormalities.
The branch of dental science dealing with the oral healthcare of the infants, adolescents and the children through treatment, educational and preventive services. A broad range of work comes under this service and involves treating children with dental and facial problems. They could be involved in dentoalveolar trauma or various other special needs.
This is one such field where care is provided to the patients with complex dental problems so that their dental function is restored. Most of the patients have particular needs like acquired facial defects or congenital problems, learning difficulties and other medical problems. In restorative dentistry, patients with special clinical needs are treated, using a combination of advanced non-surgical, surgical and clinical skills.
ClearMedi specialises in all of the above branches of dental science and looks after the specific needs of every patient who comes to them with specific dental needs.
ClearMedi has a state-of-the-art dental department along with modern equipments and experienced staff to take care of any kind of dental problem. Digital RVG Xrays, latest equipments, trained para-medical staff, dedicated specialists, patient database management and various patient-centric approaches are just some of the facilities which the patients can enjoy here.
All routine and specialized dental procedures are being well taken care of by ClearMedi. The hospital takes pride in retaining the best talents and providing the best services to the patients to deliver an effective and lasting treatment in the field of dentistry. The para-medical staff is also particularly trained to assist the patients in a manner so that they get the best treatments and complete satisfaction.
ClearMedi provides the best treatments in various specialities like Oncology Therapeutics, diagnostics, Orthopaedics, Gastro-enterology, Neurology and a lot more under the same roof, for the last few years, with complete dedication.