Here at the White Arch, we cover a whole gamut of dental treatments and services. We go to any lengths possible to make sure your smile stays bright and healthier than ever.

1. Root Canal Therapy

Root canal treatment also known as endodontic treatment involves removing the nerve tissue (pulp) located in the center of the tooth or its roots(called as root canal).This treatment enables you to retain the involved natural tooth for a longer period of time, thus maintaining your natural bite and healthy functioning of your jaws.

2. Child care Dentistry

It is a branch which deals with all the dental problems related to children below the age of 13 years. The deciduous or milk teeth erupt from the age of 6 months and the first permanent tooth (mandibular first molar) erupts around 6 years of age.

3. Implant Dentistry

1. Single missing tooth- 1 implant
2. Multiple missing teeth- 2,3 upto 6 implants in the upper and lower jaw connected by bridges
3. Implant supported complete denture( hybrid/ ball n socket)- for replacement of all teeth. 2-4 implants in each arch.

4. Laser Dentistry

Laser dentistry provides a modern, innovative, and overall more comfortable approach to dental care. Lasers are being used in all possible procedures of modern day dentistry. Lasers provide the benefits of decreased bleeding, pain, swelling, minimal or no anesthesia required,

5. Microsurgery

Microscope- enhanced dentistry is a promising and inseparable aspect of modern day dentistry. It involves the uses of magnification systems starting from Simple Loupes(2-4x magnification) to Surgical Operating Microscope (upto 25-40x magnification).

6. Minimally Invasive Dentistry

Minimally invasive dentistry adopts a philosophy that integrates prevention, remineralization and minimal intervention for the placement and replacement of restorations. Minimally invasive dentistry reaches the treatment objective using the least invasive

7. Minor Oral Surgery

A cyst is a pathological cavity, a closed sac, having a distinct membrane and division, compared to the nearby tissues. It is a cluster of cells that have grouped together to form a sac. It may contain air, fluids or semi-solid materials. Once formed, it may resolve on its own or may have to be

8. Orthodontics

Orthodontics is the specialty of dentistry that is concerned with the study and correction of:
Crooked, malaligned teeth
Proclined teeth/jaws (disproportionate jaw relationships)

9. Peizosurgery

Conventional motor driven instrumesnts(drills) transform electric or pneumatic energy into mechanical cutting action using the sharpened edge of burs or saw blades. These instruments generate a significant amount of heat in the cutting zone that has to be minimized

10. Periodontal Plastic Surgery

for removal of high upper labial frenum) fold between the upper lip and gums. Can cause recession of gums and pocket formation

11. Periodontal Therapy

Gingivitis is inflammation of gum tissue. Most common is plaque-induced gingivitis, due to bacterial plaque in close proximity to the gum margin. Plaque is an invisible , sticky film or layer primarily made up of bacteria and residual foods (starch, sugars etc). If not removed properly by

12. Replacement of Missing Teeth

In some cases a single tooth is extracted or multiple teeth are removed. If there is inadequate height and width of bone, or patient is medically compromised or adjacent teeth are weak, then a removable partial denture

13. Restorative Dentistry

It is a branch of dentistry that deals with restoring teeth affected by the most common conditions – Dental caries or tooth decay. Dental caries can be present on the biting surfaces of teeth, approximal surface

14. Teeth Whitening

The normal colour of permanent teeth is grayish yellow, grayish white or yellowish white. This is usually determined by the thickness of enamel, thickness and colour of underlying dentine and the pulp. Alterations in this colour may be physiologic or pathologic,

15. Preventive Dentistry

Not a branch in itself, but involves the motivation and education of patients towards prevention of dental conditions and also emphasizes on the regular maintenance protocol and routine dental visits to be followed by the patients.

16. Cosmetic Dentistry

For correction of uneven gum margins, excessive gingival display, or uneven teeth alignment.correction of gums as well as teeth followed by crown or veneer placement.