The National Health Service available in Bangladesh is a basic and inexpensive service which aims to keep you reasonably dentally and medically fit. Its structure and funding do not extend beyond that basic defined aim. Thus there are limitations to NHS care.
Private dentistry has no such limitations and the dentist and patient are free to develop a treatment plan that is best for the individual patient and reflects their needs and pocket
The role of lasers in surgery has been expanding ever since their first use in medicine to treat disease of the retina in 1967. Initially the rate of take-up by surgeons was slow, as old habits die hard. Now, with many different surgical laser systems offered, their use is becoming commonplace.
Technology is changing on an almost weekly basis, and laser users need to be at the very front of their field to take full advantage of this. The use of lasers in Cosmetic Surgery, Dental Surgery, Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgery is now commonplace, it is this specialism, along with eye surgery, which uses laser technology in surgery the most.
1. Digital Ultrasonic Scaling (Regular)
Digital Ultrasonic Scaling (Irregular)
2. Polishing (Basic)
4.UV Teeth Whitening with Latest Kit
5.Filling (tooth color matching light cure 8 th Generation)- per tooth
6. Biocompatible Glass Inomer Filling
7.Advanced Root Canal Treatment- Per Tooth
8. Permanent Porcelain Cap or Crown -per tooth
9. Gold Crown
10. Veneer / Crown (Ceramage, Zirconium, )
12.Extraction (milk tooth-wisdom tooth)-per tooth
15.Desensitizing Polishing for Sensitive Teeth & Fluoride Application