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Dr. Romila Paul

Dr. Romila Paul

Dental Surgeon, Implantologist

B.D.S(Cal)

Morning Time: 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM (Except Thursday)
Evening Time: 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
5:00PM to 08:30PM(Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday)

Dr. Shubhasatta Indra

Dental Surgeon

B.D.S(Cal). MIDA

Morning Time: 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM (Except Thursday)
Evening Time: 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
5:00PM to 08:30PM(Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday)
Dr. Madhureema De Sarkar

Dr. Madhureema De Sarkar

Consultant Dental Surgeon

B.D.S(Manipal), M.I.D.A

Our Dental Services

  • Dental checkups for toothache, gum bleeding, cavity, jaw pain, and any other oral issues
  • Dental / Oral Surgery
  • Implants
  • Root Canal Treatment (RCT)
  • Cosmetics Dentistry
  • Tooth Smile Designing
  • Teeth Decay
  • Crowns – both metal and ceramic
  • Bridges
  • Dental Extraction
  • Dental Scaling
  • Dental Bleaching
  • Injuries
  • Dental Polishing
  • Restorative Dentistry

NewTown Dental Clinic in New Town, tries the best to cater the increasing demand for Dentists, Cosmetic Dentists and Pediatric Dentists in Kolkata.
People are no doubt getting more passionate about their oral health and hygiene more than ever before.
And, why shouldn’t they be?
Dentistry has advanced so much and dental treatments have become so affordable, that it is highly unsmart not to take advantage of this!

It’s not that Kolkata never had its share of a progressive medicine industry. It’s just that we felt, somewhere down the line, the city of joy, was lacking a well furnished hub of dental experts and experienced dentists! A place where a patient can come, and choose a doctor of his/her own preference.

What makes New Town Clinic an one stop solution for all dental services and emergency dental care in New Town, Rajarhat and Salt Lake areas of Kolkata?

Adult dentistry and pediatric dentistry have been brought under one roof, in New Town Clinic, Kolkata.
Plus it is pretty easy to reach our dental clinic if you live in Rajarhat, New Town, and Salt Lake. So, be it you are searching for a children’s dentist, or your own personal dentist for periodical checkups, New Town clinic is your answer, to all dental health issues.

Despite this, the special care and importance we give to cosmetic dentistry, probably make us successful in establishing the first of its kind, complete oral health care and dental office in New Town, Kolkata, for both adults and kids.

However, the biggest concern, has always remained the search for emergency dentists, and checking whether or not dental clinics are open, and dentists are available, on saturdays and sundays.
To help you out with this, our New Town Clinic is open in the weekend, and our dentists are available nearly 7 days a week. Give us a call, or check our doctors list, to see which dentist can help you out in your times of emergency, and which dentist is available on saturday and sunday.

List of the best dental treatments in New Town Clinic Kolkata, for you to choose from:

Why New Town Clinic is one of the leading dental office for cheap dentists and affordable dental treatment in New Town, Kolkata:

First thing’s first, New Town Clinic offers 10% discount on all fees and dental services to senior citizens.
Plus on the provision of proper papers certifying that a patient has poor financial condition, a special discount on dentist fees, may be applicable.

Still, for the general public, we have kept the dentist’s fees low enough, so that no patient leaves our clinic untreated, or with a feeling of being left out!

A general overview of costs associated with various dental treatments done in New Town Clinic, Kolkata:

  • Dental implant cost / single tooth implant cost – Minimal to medium (Depends on operation procedure).
  • Artificial teeth set cost / Denture cost – Medium (Doctor’s fees are exclusive of the denture cost)
  • Dental bridge cost and dental braces fitting cost – Medium to High (Depending on the various range of braces)
  • Normal dental check up cost – Minimal (Only doctor’s fees is included . Medicines and other procedures cost extra)
  • Dental scaling cost – Minimal (Bleaching and polishing cost extra)
  • Cosmetic dental treatment cost / Smile correction cost – Usually High (No discounts available)

Common FAQ related to dental health care:

There is a dark line on my tooth at the gum line. What causes this?

Dark lines or spots at the gum line are caused due to gum recession, or formation of tar, because of excessive smoking or using tobacco products.
Obviously there are many reasons, but black lines are not to be overlooked. You got to see, if the dark line is a layer, or your gum has started to reveal the lower portions of your teeth. If it’s a layer, then probably professional scaling or cleaning will help.
But if the gum line seems to have come down from the initial level, thereby exposing the dark layer, then you must immediately see a doctor!

Q: My gums bleed when I brush or floss. Is this normal?

A small speck of blood is okay, but if the bleeding is consistent, then it is not normal.
Usually, a change in toothbrush, or a change in water, or even a change in toothpaste can result in minor bleeding.
But if everytime you floss or brush, there’s bleeding, then the problem could be with gingivitis, tartar, cavity, plaque, or bruxism.
Refer to an expert, if the bleeding persists for a long time.

Q: What is a cap? What is a crown?

Anatomically, Crown is the visible part of a tooth, where we can see the enamel cover.
However in cosmetic dentistry, Crown is an external covering done on the enamel, so as to protect the tooth from further decay or shaving!
Cap is just the colloquial term for Crown. There’s absolutely no difference between Cap and Crown!

Q: Why should I spend a lot of money on a root canal? Why not just pull the tooth?

Root canal is repairing a defective or decaying tooth.
The dentist, will first remove the debris of dead tissues and decaying enamel. Then it will be filled with a plasma or latex like substance, and a crown will be placed on top of the teeth as the final procedure!
The method might sound costly for some, but is definitely better than a tooth replacement.
Pulling out a tooth might result in infection, which can become way more painful and costly to treat than a root canal.

Q: I have a gap between my two front teeth. How can it be closed?

Gap between teeth can occur due to many reasons.
However treatment is possible. If the gap is due to uneven tooth movements, then getting braces might help.
But a dentist can also suggest you to go for bridges, dental implants or partial denture.
Consult an expert and see whether or not you have periodontal disease.

Q: What can I do about bad breath?

Tartar, Plaque, Cavities and infections are the main reasons behind bad breath!
So bad breath should not be ignored. Even though it can be a cause of indigestion or other bowel related issues, but hidden cavities can turn out to be the real problem.
In the meantime try using mouthwash, or change your toothpaste. If the problem still persists then you should visit the doctor!

Q: I’ve heard about dental implants. What are they? How long do implants last?

Dental implants are metallic frames embedded into your jawbone to provide the platform or base for an artificial tooth.
Dental implants are good, as you’d barely feel that you have an artificial tooth.
Usually with proper hygiene and care, an implant can last somewhere around 15 years. But extensive wear and tear can shorten its life.

Q: Why is it important to keep scheduled dental appointments?

Regular dental check up helps monitor tooth decay, spreading of gum infection, oral cavities and etc.
Also it’s upto you to take notice of any new occurrence of oral and gum health related issues in your mouth.
A sudden pain when flossing or brushing teeth, or bleeding gums can become difficult to cure, if left untreated.

Q: What complications can Dental cavity and Tooth Decay lead to?

If you ever notice, any form of swelling, bleeding, pain, discoloration, and/or numbness in any oral area, you should take immediate action by consulting a dentist straight away.

Dental cavities and tooth decay can be very misleading, as they can take place due to many hidden reasons. Examples include Gingivitis, infection, ulcer, oral cancer and many more.

An infection or decomposition if left untreated can lead to several complications. So consult a dentist if you even get the slightest hint of tooth decay, cavity, or above mentioned symptoms and signs.

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Dear Doctor, What will be approximate cost of dental implant, I am getting very high fees from other clinics, which is not affordable for me