Patient Education

Teeth Whitening

How To Brush Your Teeth?

Always use a soft toothbrush for thorough but gentle cleaning. After each meal, or at least twice a day.

Hold your brush at a 45-degree angle. Begin by brushing the outside of the front teeth. Use a gentle back-and-forth motion.

How To Brush Teeth?

Next, brush the outside back teeth, steering along the gum line.

How To Brush Teeth?

Inside back teeth: Use short angled brush strokes.

How To Brush Teeth?

Inside front teeth: title the brush vertically; use an up-and-down motion.

How To Brush Teeth?

Chewing surfaces: hold the brush flat. Use a gentle scrubbing motion.

How To Brush Teeth?

Important: always replace your old toothbrush at least every 3-4 months.

Alternative brushing: Please check out the electronic toothbrushes. They can achieve the unmatched cleanness.

How to Floss?

Wind 18″ of floss around your two middle fingers.

How to Floss?

Gently guide the floss between teeth.

How to Floss?

    1. To remove plaque and debris, gently move the floss up and down against the tooth.

How to Floss?

    1. As you move from tooth to tooth, use a fresh section of floss each time.

How to Floss?

Bad Breath

Bad breath, or halitosis, can be caused by many things. It may be the result of odor-causing foods, tooth decay, periodontal (gum) disease, continued mouth dryness, use of tobacco products, sinus or respiratory infections, some medical disorders, inadequate oral hygiene or some medications. Your dentist can help identify the cause and, if it’s due to an oral condition, can develop a treatment plan to eliminate this common source of embarrassment.

Hygiene-related causes for bad breath: What you eat affects the air you exhale. Certain foods, such as garlic and onions, contribute to objectionable breath odor. Once the food is absorbed into the bloodstream, it is transferred to the lungs, where it is expelled. Brushing, flossing and mouthwash will only mask the odor temporarily. Odors continue until the body eliminates the food. Dieters may develop unpleasant breath from infrequent eating.

If you do not brush and floss daily, particles of food remain in the mouth, collecting bacteria, which can cause bad breath. Food that collects between the teeth, on the tongue and around the gums can rot, leaving an unpleasant odor. Dentures that are not cleaned properly can also harbor odor-causing bacteria and food particles.

Diseases-related causes for bad breath: One of the warning signs of periodontal (gum) disease is persistent bad breath or a bad taste in the mouth. Periodontal disease is caused by plaque, the sticky, colorless film of bacteria that constantly forms on teeth. The bacteria create toxins that irritate the gums. In the advanced stage of the disease, that gums, bone and other structures that support the teeth become damaged. With regular dental checkups, your dentist can detect and treat periodontal disease early.

Bad breath is also caused by dry mouth (xerostomia), which occurs when the flow of saliva decreases. Saliva is necessary to cleanse the mouth and remove particles that may cause odor. Dry mouth may be caused by various medications, salivary gland problems or continuously breathing through the mouth. If you suffer from dry mouth, your dentist may prescribe an artificial saliva, or suggest using sugarless candy and increasing your fluid intake.

Tobacco products cause bad breath, stain teeth, reduce one’s ability to taste foods and irritate gum tissues. Tobacco users are more likely to suffer from periodontal disease and are at greater risk for developing oral cancer. If you use tobacco, ask your dentist for tips on kicking the habit.

Bad breath may be the sign of a medical disorder, such as a local infection in the respiratory tract (nose, throat windpipe, lungs), chronic sinusitis, postnasal drip, chronic bronchitis, diabetes, gastrointestinal disturbance, liver or kidney ailment. If your dentist determines that your mouth is healthy, you may be referred to your family doctor or a specialist to determine the cause of bad breath.

Caring for your smile: Eliminating periodontal disease and maintaining good oral health is essential to reducing bad breath. Schedule regular dental visits for a professional cleaning and checkup. If you think you have constant bad breath, keep a log of the foods you eat and make a list of medications you take. Some medications may play a role in creating mouth odors. Let your dentist know if you’ve had any surgery or illness since your last appointment.

Brush twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste to remove food debris and plaque. Brush your tongue, too. Once a day, use floss or an interdental cleaner to clean between teeth. If you wear removable dentures, take them out at night. Clean them thoroughly before replacing them the next morning.

Mouthwashes are generally cosmetic and do not have a long lasting effect on bad breath. If you must constantly use a breath freshener to hide unpleasant mouth odor, see your dentist. If you need extra help in controlling plaque, your dentist may recommend using a special antimicrobial mouth rinse. A fluoride mouth rinse, used along with brushing and flossing, can help prevent tooth decay. Look for products that carry the American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance. Products that display the seal have undergone strict testing for safety and effectiveness.


Tooth Sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity is a common problem for most people. Our teeth can be greatly affected by hot, cold, sweet, and sour food or drink. Over-enthusiastic brushing, recession of gums, gum disease (periodontitis) all can expose the soft, porous structure of the tooth (dentin), making it susceptible to external stimuli.

Pain can be mild and tingly or sharp and intense. This symptom sometimes is a sign for more serious diseases. Whenever you are suffering from pain of sensitivity, you should go see your dentist before it persists or worsens.

Tooth Sensitivity

Pain signal enters tubule through exposed dentin and excites the nerve.

Helpful Hints

A review of brushing techniques and diet can help reveal causes of sensitivity. Avoid over-brushing because it can cause damage to your teeth and/or gums. Sensitivity protection toothpaste works by blocking the opening of the exposed dentin or by preventing the transfer of the pain signal from the nerve to the brain.

You should feel relief by using sensitivity protection toothpaste for two weeks. If you stop brushing with this kind of toothpaste, the sensitivity pain may return.

Also, some prescribed desensitizing agents may help you. Consult your dentist about it.

Teeth Clenching (Bruxism)

What is bruxism?

Bruxism is the technical term for forcible grinding and clenching of the teeth. It usually happens at night, during sleep, although some people grind their teeth during the day as well.

How common is bruxism?

Most people who grind their teeth are over 25 years old, and the disorder affects women and men about equally. Children also grind their teeth, but usually in response to discomfort caused by colds, ear infections or allergies. Most cases of bruxism in children resolve on their own without causing tooth damage or other problems.

What causes bruxism?

Bruxism can have a variety of causes, but the most common are probably emotional factors such as daytime stress, anxiety, anger, pain and frustration. Certain sleep disorders can trigger grinding of the teeth as well. People who are competitive, aggressive, and rushed may also be at greater risk for bruxism. Lastly, alcohol and some types of medications may worsen tooth grinding.

Why bruxism can be a serious problem?

When you chew your food, your deliver a force of about 175 pounds per square inch (psi) to your teeth. But when you grind your teeth at night, there’s no food to absorb the impact, so the force on your teeth can be 300 psi or more. That’s enough to cause permanent damage to your teeth, including cracked and chipped enamel, hairline fractures, and even wearing down of the teeth to the gumline & loosning of the dental implant screws The enamel may become so worn that the inside of the tooth (called the dentin) is exposed. If bruxism isn’t treated, it can lead to gum damage, loss of both natural teeth and restorations, and other more complicated jaw-related disorders (such as TMJ known disorders). Over time, your teeth may become sensitive due to exposed dentin, and your jaws may even move out of proper balance. Grinding your teeth can also cause a wide variety of other symptoms including soreness and fatigue in your jaw and facial muscles, and earaches or headaches-especially when you wake up in the morning. There is no known cure for bruxism. Fortunately, with night-guard trays there are ways to reduce or stop your grinding and even ways to limit further damage and pain due to grinding.


Do You Grind Your Teeth?

How to find out if you’re grinding your teeth?

Because most bruxism happens at night, most sufferers aren’t even aware of it until a sleep partner mentions the noise or until a dentist notices that their teeth are damaged.

Here are some typical symptoms that may indicate nighttime teeth grinding:

Symptom checklist:

  • Jaw or facial pain and tenderness on awakening that lessens throughout the day
  • Headaches or earaches in the morning that go away as the day wears on
  • Spouse or sleep partner complains that the noise is keeping them awake at night
  • Teeth have become sensitive to cold, pressure, or other stimuli
  • Tips of teeth appear flattened

What to do if you think you may be grinding your teeth?

If you think you might be grinding your teeth at night, the first thing to do is visit your dentist to assess any possible damage. It’s essential to halt the course of the disease to prevent or arrest damage to your teeth, gums, and jaws.

Dental Diet

Proteins: Since most oral fluid is composed of proteins it is ideal to include proteins in your diet. These oral fluids act as cleansing agents for your teeth. Foods like a piece of cheese glass of milk, curds, paneer are advised especially after meals. They are good building blocks for muscles.

Fats: Limit fatty foods as it coats your tongue producing unpleasant odor or bad breadth.

Carbohydrates: Limit the intake of carbohydrates especially starchy foods like pastas, maida & biscuits since they stick between the teeth and are bacteria’s favorite. Bacteria’s feed on these sugars and produce acids which ultimately decay your teeth. So avoid sticky food & brush/rinse immediately after its consumption.

Fibers: A fiber rich diet is good for dental health. Biting and chewing on fibers cleanses your teeth and makes your mouth secrete more fluids. Biting on fruits like apples, pears and strawberries makes your teeth and gums strong. It makes the area ‘Self Cleansing”.

Water: Water neutralizes the mouth and prevents bad breadth by keeping it moist. Drink plenty of water to counter bad breath.

1. Avoid snacking at regular intervals. Instead munch on fruits in between meals.

2. Avoid fruit juices or soft drinks like colas since they have high sugar content and are acidic

3. Avoid highly artificial colored foods to prevent discoloration of teeth, especially after whitening.

4. Avoid black Tea/Coffee as its a potential discoloration agent.

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Proteins: Since most oral fluid is composed of proteins it is ideal to include proteins in your diet. These oral fluids act as cleansing agents for your teeth. Foods like a piece of cheese glass of milk, curds, paneer are advised especially after meals. They are good building blocks for muscles.

Fats: Limit fatty foods as it coats your tongue producing unpleasant odor or bad breadth.

Carbohydrates: Limit the intake of carbohydrates especially starchy foods like pastas, maida & biscuits since they stick between the teeth and are bacteria’s favorite. Bacteria’s feed on these sugars and produce acids which ultimately decay your teeth. So avoid sticky food & brush/rinse immediately after its consumption.

Fibers: A fiber rich diet is good for dental health. Biting and chewing on fibers cleanses your teeth and makes your mouth secrete more fluids. Biting on fruits like apples, pears and strawberries makes your teeth and gums strong. It makes the area ‘Self Cleansing”.

Water: Water neutralizes the mouth and prevents bad breadth by keeping it moist. Drink plenty of water to counter bad breath.

1. Avoid snacking at regular intervals. Instead munch on fruits in between meals.
2. Avoid fruit juices or soft drinks like colas since they have high sugar content and are acidic

3. Avoid highly artificial colored foods to prevent discoloration of teeth, especially after whitening.

4. Avoid black Tea/Coffee as its a potential discoloration agent.

Dental Emergency

Your dentist should be the first person you call if you have a dental emergency. Most dentists set aside time for emergency procedures. Be sure to keep your dentist’s after-hours contact information readily available at all times.
Whether at home or traveling, the following tips can help you manage a dental emergency until you can get to the dentist. It is important to remember that with some dental emergencies, seeing a dentist within 30 minutes or less can mean the difference between saving or losing your tooth.

A knocked-out tooth is a dental emergency that requires urgent attention. If the appropriate emergency steps are followed immediately after the tooth has been knocked out, the chances are very good that the tooth can be reinserted and preserved by a dentist.

  • Pick up the tooth by the top (crown) of the tooth. Do not touch the root(s) of the tooth.
  • Rinse the tooth off very gently to ensure that it’s clean. Do not scrub the tooth or remove any tissue attached to it. Be sure to place a towel or washcloth in the sink so that the tooth does not go down the drain.
  • If you can, gently place the tooth back into the socket. Hold it gently in place while trying to bite down.
  • If you can’t place the tooth back in the socket, put the tooth in a small container or in a cup of milk. Note that the latter is preferable.
  • Call your dentist immediately, since getting to the dentist quickly with your tooth – in addition to following the steps above – is critical for saving the knocked-out tooth. The longer you wait to re-implant the tooth in its socket, the less chance you have of the tooth “taking” and remaining viable.

If you have a tooth that is loose or out of alignment, you should call your dentist for an emergency appointment right away. In the meantime, you can try to put the tooth back in its original position using your finger with very light pressure. Do not try and force it. You can bite down to keep the tooth from moving. Your dentist may want to splint the tooth to the adjacent teeth (the teeth on each side) to keep it stabilized.

If a tooth is chipped and doesn’t hurt, this usually does not constitute a dental emergency and you can wait a few days to see a dentist. However, it is important to be careful while chewing so as not to chip it more. Your dentist may simply be able to smooth the chip out, or add some composite filling material to repair the tooth. A cracked or fractured tooth is a serious issue constituting a dental emergency. Fractured or cracked teeth usually suggest that damage has occurred to the inside of the tooth as well as to the outside. Severe fractures are so extreme that the tooth cannot be saved. If you suffer a fractured tooth, call your dentist immediately for an emergency appointment and follow these steps:

  • Clean your mouth out by gently rinsing thoroughly with warm water.
  • If the fracture is caused by facial trauma, apply a cold compress to the area to minimize any swelling.
  • Take acetaminophen (not aspirin) according to the packaging directions to alleviate pain.
  • Never apply a painkiller to the gum because it can burn the gum tissue. This includes Orajel, which often is marketed for these types of procedures.

An X-ray will be needed in order for your dentist to properly diagnose the condition of your tooth. If the soft tissue inside of the tooth (the tooth pulp) is damaged, your tooth may need a root canal. If the pulp is not damaged, the tooth might only need a crown.

Some dentists make some of their permanent crowns in-office and place them in the same day; other dentists use an outside laboratory to make the crown. In this case you will have to wear a temporary crown while the laboratory makes a permanent crown. If the tooth cannot be saved, your dentist will inform you of the various alternatives for replacing missing teeth, such as implant-supported restorations and bridges.

Any type of injury inside the mouth, such as puncture wounds, lacerations and tears to the lips, cheeks, mouth and tongue, are considered tissue injuries and a dental emergency. If the bleeding is coming from the tongue, gently pull the tongue forward and place pressure on the wound using gauze. You should get to an oral surgeon or nearby hospital emergency room as quickly as possible.
To alleviate any type of facial pain associated with tissue injury, you can take acetaminophen as directed on the packaging label. Never take aspirin or ibuprofen for a dental emergency because they are anticoagulants, which can cause excessive bleeding.

Basically, any dental problem that requires immediate treatment in order to save a tooth, stop ongoing tissue bleeding or alleviate severe pain is considered a dental emergency. A severe infection or abscess in the mouth can be life-threatening and should be dealt with immediately. Your dentist might be able to perform the first stage of a root canal, or will refer you to an endodontist (root canal specialist) to open and drain the tooth and allow the abscess to drain. If your dentist can’t be reached, seek hospital emergency room care.

Being Prepared for a Dental Emergency

Because a dental emergency can happen at any time and place, the best thing to do is be prepared and don’t panic. Pack and keep with you a small dental first aid kit containing the following:

  • Small container with a lid
  • Name and phone number of your dentist
  • Acetaminophen (not aspirin or ibuprofen because they can act as a blood thinner and cause excessive bleeding during a dental emergency).
  • Gauze / Handkerchief


Medical Vacations in India

Porcelain and ceramic veneers

Medical Tourism is a concept or practice of travelling across international borders to obtain health care- be it a medical, dental or a cosmetic treatment. In the 21st century this fast growing phenomenon of medical vacations is fast changing the conventional concept of health care.

Today the perfect way to recover from an ailment is to combine quality treatment with a great vacation. The idea is that getting away from the daily routines into a different surrounding, close to nature helps you relax better.

With the health care costs skyrocketing in the developed countries, medical treatment has become a costly affair. Patients in these developed nations are increasingly looking for treatment options in countries like India, which offer similar or even better medical services at rates that are much more affordable.

And when these cheaper quality alternatives of treatment are combined with an inexpensive vacation package, it becomes an ideal healing experience. It’s a perfect way to renew your mind, body and soul.

Another reason that has led to the growth of medical tours is the long delay and waiting period for certain medical treatments in some countries. While in US you might have a waiting period of several months for certain surgical operations, in India it is done in a few weeks. People prefer to travel to India for such treatments, than wait for years in their home country and bear the inconvenience.

Moreover the ease and affordability of international travel, rapidly improving technology and high standards of medical care has all contributed their share in increasing the popularity of medical tourism in India.

This process of Healthcare tourism in India is being facilitated by the corporate sector in the medicine industry along with the tourism industry in the public and private sector. There are several medical tourism packages in India that promise you a world-class treatment along with an exotic holiday experience. They help you get the perfect mix of health, wellness, relaxation and fun.

India has some of the best healthcare professionals, and best treatment options available, and this fact is now known the world over. Millions of people travel across the globe and come to India every year to get treatments and enjoy their holidays. And when it comes to dental treatments, in particular, there is no better choice than Dr. Kathuria’s Dental Clinic. Dr. Kathuria’s Dentistry with its state-of-the-art facilities and experienced staff promises you a world-class treatment.

So next time you suffer from an ailment think about getting treatment and recovering in India while enjoying its scenic beauty and learning about the culture of this country.

Why Choose Healthcare Tourism in India?

Cosmetic Dentist in London UK

Healthcare Tourism in IndiaWhy should anybody living in Europe or America choose India for their medical treatment? Simply because India has the best qualified professionals in every medical field. The doctors are extremely competent and the hospitals offer world class medical facilities with the best infrastructure and all this at a very affordable price.

he health care and medical treatment that you get in India will cost you a fraction of what you pay in your own country. For example, when medical treatment costs in India are compared to similar procedures in the US or the UK, they are lower by at least 60 to 80 %.

Of course the main advantage of coming to India for treatment is the provision of medical facilities which are internationally accredited. Medical tourism companies can help you to make the right choice. The latest technology is used here and can be compared with any medical centers in the world. The physicians and surgeons are highly qualified and so is the hospital support staff.

All medical investigations are done with the help of the latest, technologically advanced diagnostic equipment. The quality assurance exercises in the medical centers are stringent and the test results guarantee high quality and reliability.

English is widely spoken in India, though India has many different languages. But mostly medical staff speaks fluent English; hence language is not a barrier for patients coming from abroad. If the patient has a problem with any Indian or English language, a translator can be arranged to accompany the patient during the stay in India.

India’s pharmaceutical sector is strong and the pharmaceutical products from India are recognized worldwide. Every kind of drug and medication is available here because India has kept pace with the latest in technology and the health industry has seen a tremendous boom.

There are no waiting lists for patients in private care hospitals, where there are options of a private room, a private chef, dedicated staff during your stay. Many tailor-made services can also be offered to the patients, which a medical travel agency can take care of.

Medical tourism is conveniently combined with travel and sightseeing. Hence a patient can not only be cured of his ailment at an affordable cost, but also visit places of interest in India with his family.


Dr. Kathuria's DentistrySo if you are coming for dental treatments to India Dr. Kathuria’s Dentistry is the best option. Here you can get gum treatment and surgeries, or even dentistry for your kids at a very reasonable price. Come and visit us and we can take care of any dental problem that you have, because our team of doctors are well-qualified and experts in their own fields.

Medical Treatment Facilities in Delhi (India)


Medical Treatment Facilities in Delhi, IndiaThe facilities available in the medical destinations of India are mainly top quality healthcare services at low cost. Every hospital that is involved in healthcare medical tourism India has expert teams of professional doctors. The medical and health care facilities are top class not only because of the expertise of the Indian doctors and support staff, but also because of the technology that is used.

Some of the popular treatments available in India with world-class medical facilities range from bariatrics, cardiac surgery, cosmetic surgery and dentistry to fertility treatment. For bariatrics for example, the patient in the US is treated for morbid obesity with laparoscopic gastric bypass and laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding. The same medical treatment is available in a hospital in Delhi.

Cosmetic surgery for congenital deformities such as hare lip or cleft lip is done in India too and a variety of cosmetic and plastic surgery treatments are offered too in India. The cardiologists in India treat innumerable heart problems and some hospitals in Delhi have the largest and well equipped facilities in the world. Coronary artery stenting has also been initiated now in India.

Fertility treatment implies achieving pregnancy through artificial means. There is a complete range of reproductive technology services like intra-uterine insemination, in-vitro fertilization and embryo transfer or preservation of embryos and semen banks.

Oral health is a part of dental health care and dental tourism in India is also becoming popular. There are several procedures in dentistry which help in the preservation of the dental structure and this includes periodontics, orthodontics, prosthodontics, oral and maxillofacial pathology, and all of them are carried out here. The cost of dental care in the western countries is approximately ten times more than that in India. Hence millions of people fly from the US and Europe to tourist places in India, enjoy a good holiday and take advantage of the facility of dental care.

Medical tourism offers several dental packages and a medical travel agency in India can club your entire dental package with a tour visiting some of the sightseeing spots in India. The facilities offered are both for general and specialized treatments. The equipment used for the dental treatment in the dental clinics is of the highest quality and the doctors are well trained to match the best international standards. The dental procedures offered are dental scanning, ceramic caps, dental caps and crowns, dentures, root canal treatment and teeth whitening, just to name a few.

Dr. Kathuria's DentistryThe Dr. Kathuria’s Dentistry is one such dental clinic that provides the best dental treatments. They have an excellent staff and the doctors have been trained in eminent dental colleges and are now attached to several leading dental institutes in Delhi. With the state-of-the-art facilities available they can give you the best dental treatments.

Dental Tourism in Delhi (India)

Saliva and Oral Health

Dental Tourism in IndiaDental treatment in India is not expensive when you compare it with cost of treatments in western countries. Many people come every year from the USA and Europe for dental treatment to India and then visit tourist places after it. This is a new form of tourism which has developed in which the dental treatments are clubbed with tours, and several medical travel agencies provide specialized services in this regard.

In India the dental clinics have equipment which can match the best of international standards and the doctors are well trained and experienced. The dental tour operators in India have a tie up with highly qualified dentists. So if you are planning to have some dental treatment done in India, you can get in touch with the specific doctor through the travel agent. Once that is fixed, the travel agent arranges a nice package tour and you can visit some of the interesting cities of India.

Dental tourism in India includes both general and specialized treatments. Some dental tour packages provide a custom-made treatment plan that fits into a travel itinerary as well. This plan is generally chalked out keeping every patient’s needs in mind. Hence it includes tooth extraction, fitting braces, treatment of gums, complete denture and bleaching, just to name a few.

For dental tourism, there are several cities in India where the medical tourism operators in India function. There are clinics in Chandigarh, in Chennai and of course in the capital, in New Delhi. All of them offer trained dental experts, latest dental technology, and world-class facilities. Attached to these clinics the medical tour operator will offer you special travel packages specially designed for international patients.

Dr. Kathuria’s Dentistry is one such dental clinic that welcomes patients from all over the world. They have no waiting lists and as soon as you get in touch with them, they can offer you the appointment. They work in modern facilities and use the latest technology and equipment to provide expert dentistry and cosmetic dentistry.

Dr. Kathuria's DentistryBesides, India is a convenient country to visit where the weather is nice and the people are warm. The environment is beautiful and tropical and accommodation is comfortable too. Coming to Dr. Kathuria’s Dentistry for your dental treatments is an attractive option since you can enjoy your holiday tour along with getting your dental treatment within your budget.

Medical & Dental Treatment Cost Differences in India


Medical Tourism in AsiaThe main reason for choosing medical tourism in Asia is because of the vast cost differences of treatment. The other differences come in later, like services offered in hospitals and the holiday packages. The treatments offered are exactly the same, whether it is a coronary bypass or a case of cosmetic surgery. Dental services in India are excellent too, and cost a fraction of the amount that a patient would pay in the US.

There are significant cost differences between India and the USA as well as the UK. Medical treatment in India is cheaper in all respects, and there is no waiting time. Even the private hospitals and clinics offer you procedure charges for bone marrow transplant, liver transplant or heart surgery at half the price that is offered in any other country.

If you compare the dental treatment procedures of the USA and UK with India, the same ratio of comparison is evident. Dental procedures like smile designing, metal free bridge, dental implants and root canal treatment are not only done at half the price as in Europe or America, but they are done in India by top dentists and the services along with it are top class too. Services like doctor’s fees and hospital charges are also 50% less and this has given rise to dental tours in India, which is a combination of a dental treatment and a holiday.

In spite of the reasonable prices offered in India for dental treatment, the quality of the treatment is still the best. The standard is truly world class as is seen in Dr Kathuria’s Multispaciality Dental Clinic which have qualified and experienced staff that has been trained in the best dental institutes of the world.

Dr. Kathuria's DentistryAt Dr. Kathuria’s Dentistry all kinds of specialist care and treatment by expert dentists is given. It could be the treatment of simple cavities, tooth decays or plaques or the needs of the patient could be cosmetic or some surgery. All this requires a specialist’s diagnosis and treatment and Dr. Kathuria’s Dentistry is the ideal place to go for it. You may be coming from anywhere in the world, the prices are affordable for you, and at the same time you get the best services possible.

What more! you can club your treatment visit with a short holiday tour in India. Since the dental treatment in India is so much cheaper than in many foreign countries, it is especially attractive to come to India on one of the dental tours, because with savings that you make by getting the treatment done in India, you can afford to have a rejuvenating holiday along with it.

Various Medical Travel Packages Available in India

Gap Closure with Porcelain Veneers / Crowns & Bridges in Delhi, India

Medical Travel Packages IndiaThere are several health care packages available through medical tourism companies of India, who can arrange for attractive tour packages from anywhere in the world to India. A medical travel agency in India can handle your problem, fix up the required treatment in India and then fit in a sightseeing tour for you. Sometimes these medical tourist companies make arrangements for recuperation holidays for patients, so that the holiday can help them to revive their energy after a surgery for example.

You can choose the health care package that fits your budget. The medical tourism packages are especially attractive because of the price that you pay in comparison to the prices in Europe and America. A complete healthcare package in India would include all help related to your medical and travel needs. The medical tourism operators in India have specialized in this branch and can provide you with whatever information you need. They help you to organize the medical treatment, the travel, hotels and then add a holiday with it.

Dental treatment in India is also offered as a part of dental tourism in India where you can get total dental solution and care along with a planned holiday of your choice. Dental care treatment is generally not reimbursed by the National Health Schemes in many countries and hence often not affordable for many average citizens. In America dentistry is an exuberant industry with expert, highly qualified dentists, but frightfully expensive. India offers the same quality of dental care medical treatments and you can receive services connected to dentistry like dental implants, tooth whitening procedures, therapeutic laser treatment and root canal treatment at a price that you can afford. The low cost is mainly because of the low labor cost in India. The staff and doctors who give patients quality treatment are at par with international standard of dentists.

Dr. Kathuria’s Dentistry is one of the dental centers offering quality treatments as it caters to many dental care medical solutions. So you can come to this center to have your tooth fixed and also make your holidays excellent at the same time.

Dr. Kathuria's Multispaciality Dental ClinicEvery kind of modern dental treatment facility is available at Dr. Kathuria’s Dentistry for example cosmetic and restorative dentistry, crown and bridge for fixed replacement of broken and missing teeth, root canal treatment or dental implants. Dental surgical procedures are done by specialists like oral and facial surgeons. You can therefore take any treatment that you require from here and combine it with a memorable holiday of the sightseeing spots of India.

Why Choose Dr. Kathuria’s Dental Clinic Delhi?

Root Canal Treatment

Dr. Kathuria's Multispeciality Dental ClinicDr. Kathuria’s Dentistry is one of the best dental clinics in the capital city of Delhi and it is run by experienced and expert doctors. All the doctors who belong to the panel of dentists in Dr. Kathuria’s Dentistry have acquired several degrees in their respective fields and are hence specialized dentists.

Specialized Doctors- Since the doctors have done their specializations there is a prosthodontist and an oral implantologist who is a specialist in the replacement of teeth by fixed bridges and oral implants. Another dentist is a specialist in root canal treatment and cosmetic dentistry; hence she is an endodontist and cosmetic dentist. They have another orthodontist in their panel who is a specialist in the treatment of braces.

If you need a specialist in gum surgeries, bone grafts and mobile solutions, a periodontist is available to carry out the treatment. The maxillofacial surgeon takes care of impacted tooth removal and jaw surgeries.

Affordable Rates- Are services are offered at a very reasonable price. There are significant cost differences if you compare the rates with US and UK. We offer a lower cost but do not compromise on quality. Our Dental treatment procedures are inline with the international standards.

Personal Touch- Dr Kathuria’s Dental Clinic as a multispeciality dental clinic will provide you not only with the best dental treatment, but at the same time take care of all your needs during your stay. They will advice you and provide general information relating to shopping, dining, and excursions during your trip to India.

Dr. Kathuria’s Dentistry therefore offers complete dental treatments with top class specialists. We welcome you to contact us at our dental clinic in New Delhi and we can make all the necessary arrangements for you. All the types of treatments offered by us and the respective charges are mentioned in our website. You can contact us and we will be happy to assist you with any travel related assistance as well. At the same time any queries on dental treatment will be answered by the specialists.

How Digital Technology helps in Dental Treatment?

Tobacco Affect on Oral Health and Teeth - Gum Treatment

CommunicateDigital Dental Technology

  • An image that speaks a thousand words. Digital technology helps to improve the communication between a dentist and patient. Patients can see and know the actual scenario of the treatment. There will no longer be any need to convince him. The patient himself understands the actual status of his teeth and therefore is able to co-operate with the dentist easily. This saves a lot of the valuable time of the patient as well as the dentist.
  • By showing the area to be treated, you will be able to keep your patients informed and involved in oral health matters. The patient can be a true part of the entire treatment. In the traditional radiographic methods, the patient just needs to agree with the dentist even if he is not able to understand or is not happy with the steps. But with the help of digital technology, he understands what you are doing and why you are doing it. This also provides immense relief to the patients and help in improving the speed of the treatment. The best part is that because of the digital radiography, fewer appointments for the dental treatments are now required.
  • Through improved and more frequent communication, you will form a confident and close relationship with your patients.


  • A patient is always reluctant to pay for what he cannot see. If he cannot see the actual problem going on in his mouth, he won’t be able to value the treatment and proceed with it.
  • Create a surprise effect: the intra-oral camera adds an amusing and new aspect to the treatment session. This diverts the patient’s mind from the pain related during the dental treatment and he can have a change while watching the progression of his dental treatment on the screen associated with the digital radiography.
  • Motivation for all types of treatment (prophylaxis, restoration, esthetics).

Develop Loyalty

  • Dentists know and understand that patients who are motivated with their dental health and treatments usually become the most loyal patients of every dentist.
  • Valorization of the practice image.
  • Studies done in the United States1 have shown that income from cosmetic and prosthetic treatments increases by 35 to 40% in practices which use an intra-oral camera.

Digital X-Rays

Digital RVG X-rays
The radiation exposure of the patients is reduced to a great extent with the help of the digital technology. So, you can see that with the help of the digital radiography, you can ensure that you do not get unwanted radiation exposure at the time when the radiograph is taken.