Dr.Nakul Rathi Invited As Speaker For ADA Annual Meeting 2016

Dr. Nakul Rathi has been chosen one of two speakers from the “ADA 2015 New and Emerging Speaker Series” to be invited to speak at the ADA 2016 Annual Meeting in Denver, CO from October 20-23. He is chosen out of the 21 New and Emerging Speakers that presented with the ADA in 2015.

Orthodontia Camp Conducting In Our Hospital For The Education Of The People About Orthodontics Treatment And Its Benefits

“The purpose is just to get an idea of the child’s development and begin to think about the future rather than begin treatment.”

While 7 is the recommended age, the reality is that more children are seen around age 9. “This makes more sense because, truthfully, you can’t do much to a 7 year old in terms of treatment, as their faces, jaws and teeth are still developing so rapidly,” Also take into consideration how much a young child can tolerate with orthodontic care. “The two years between ages 7 and 9 makes a big difference.”

The need to see the orthodontist is usually determined by a general dentist because he has been seeing your child since before an orthodontic need arose. If your dentist notices an abnormality that may respond to orthodontia, he can assess your child’s case and suggest referring him to an orthodontic specialist.

Your wallet may be happy to know that the current industry standard in orthodontia is to provide consultations at no charge. Most orthodontists will not suggest or prescribe treatment that is not absolutely necessary, and understand that doing so is not worth it in the long run. In addition, many orthodontists will continue to periodically see a child who will likely need future orthodontic treatment at no charge until that child is ready for treatment.

Should you be recommended?

Many parents wonder whether they should seek orthodontic treatment on their own or if their child’s dentist will refer them to an orthodontist. Orthodontic specialists agree that not all dentists automatically refer children to an orthodontic specialist. “Some dentists have received some orthodontic training and may do initial screenings themselves. They may even perform minor orthodontic procedures, thus they do not refer the simple cases out of the office,”

Other dentists may not have established a relationship with orthodontists in their area or may not know to refer patients to an orthodontist. “A dentist’s orthodontic knowledge depends on the extent that the dental school they attended kept up with ongoing professional education,”

Regardless of whether your family dentist recommends a screening, orthodontists stress the need for parents to seek out a consultation.

Bracing in stages

Orthodontic intervention can be accomplished in phases. “If a child’s bite is not good, it can be corrected during the ages of 6 and up, when they are still developing. When the bite is corrected, it can decrease or eliminate the need for further treatment,”

orthodontic intervention can be accomplished in phases. “If a child’s bite is not good, it can be corrected during the ages of 6 and up, when they are still developing. When the bite is corrected, it can decrease or eliminate the need for further treatment,”

Although a great deal of “phase one” is performed before a child loses all of his baby teeth, the next phase of orthodontics is determined when all of the baby teeth are gone.

“Now the industry is returning to the practices of determining if the child’s situation can be treated equally well with one set of braces at a slightly older age, when they are generally more ready to deal with the responsibility of dental care, not losing retainers, etc.,”

Does age factor into braces?

Age definitely plays a pivotal role in bracing a child’s teeth. “Most children will normally lose their primary molars as their adult premolars erupt. This usually occurs around 10 and a half, although it could occur sooner or later. Look to when your child starts to lose his primary molars as an indicator that it might be time for an orthodontic consultation.”

Starting treatment depends on three main factors: when the child’s adult teeth come in, how the child will tolerate treatment and orthodontic care, and the severity of the problem.
Does family history factor into the need for braces?

The answer depends on who you ask. Some dentists and orthodontists say heredity is a definite factor while others caution that just because a parent or sibling needed braces doesn’t always imply a young child will as well.

“People inherit teeth and jaw problems just as they inherit eye color or bone structure. We see many patients with genetic family traits, ranging from a gap between front teeth to jaw structure,”

Yet, the need for braces can be affected by outside influences as well, such as if a child breathes through his mouth, sucked his thumb or has other habits affecting dental health.


American Dental Association Invited Dr.Nakul Rathi To Lecture At Annual Conference In Wasington U.S.A.

DR.NAKUL RATHI leading Dental Implantologist of Nagpur has been invited by American Dental Association, U.S.A. to present his paper on “Intra-Oral Scanning & CAD-CAM Trends in Dental Implantology” in their Annual Conference to be held at convention center, Washington D.C. on 5-8November 2015.

Application of CAD-CAM for Intra Oral scanning is a modern application in Dental Implantology, helps dentist to plan his dental rehabilitation with more precision and helps dentist to minimize surgical trauma while getting treatment.

Application of CAD-CAM scanning helps Dental Laboratories also to make more precise dentures with more accuracy and appearance.


To obtain a Dental License is by examination. To do this, one must first submit to a Fingerprint Criminal Records Check. One must also complete the Jurisprudence Assessment as given by the SBDE (State Board of Dental Examiners). In addition to a diploma or degree from an accredited Dental Association dental school and proper identification, one must complete one exam. The exam can be provided by the Western Regional Examining board, the Central Regional Dental Testing Service, the Northeast Regional Board, the Southern Regional Testing Agency, or the Council of Interstate Testing Agencies.

By credentials is another way to obtain a Dental License in Texas. Applicants have to obtain a Level II background information report processed by the Professional Background Information Service, or PBIS. One must also provide proof of graduation from an accredited dental school as well as complete the American Dental Association Nation Boards, both parts I and II. Applicants must also provide proof of their general dentistry clinical examine and whatever post graduate training is available. Also provide paperwork pertaining to any state where you previously held a dental license and information on any place of dental employment or practice.

By foreign graduation is the final way to qualify for a Dental License. In addition to the background check and SBDE Jurisprudence Assessment required for License by Examination, any applicant for a Texas Dental License who has previously had an application in a foreign country must also adhere to special requirements. The applicant must provide proof of his graduation from a dental school (submitted in English). The applicant must also complete training in program designated by the American Dental Association and accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation which includes at least two years of training.

Dr.Nakul Rathi:20 Extraction 6 Implants 1Immediate Denture All On Same Day!!!!

Dr.Nakul Rathi on his recent visit to HOUSTON USA performed this fairly complicated case. Patient reported to clinic with multiple loosened teeth which cannot be saved.

After full check-up 20 teeth were removed, 6 implant were surgically placed, and upper and lower immediate denture were given. the went back home with a haapy and confident smile.

DR.NAKUL RATHI is currently focusing on implant supported full mouth rehabilitation in his private set-up in Nagpur, Banglore,and Mumbai, India.

Dr.Nakul Rathi has Texas practicing license.

Completion Of 1St Batch Of “ADH Basic Implant Course”

ADVANCE DENTAL HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH INTITUTE Completed its 1St. batch of BASIC IMPLANT COURSE. It was a Red Letter Day For Participants And Institution. All participants successfully completed 10 implant cases in this 4 module course.


Advance Dental Hospital Acquires ISO 9001:2008 Certificate

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Dental Implant Course In Nagpur At Advance Dental Hospital

On 19th & 20th July 2014 the first module of Dental Implant Basic course was conducted with 11 participants of Nagpur and adjoining areas, Under the lead faculties Dr. Prasad Joshi and Dr. Nakul Rathi, this course consist of four modules of two days each spreading over nearly 7/8 months. The course has been designed specially for dentists who wish to incorporate Dental Implants into their clinical practice. The participating doctors will learn implant techniques from the stage of treatment planning, surgical placement of implants to restorative treatment thereon in a low stress fashion. The course guides the patient as how to identify & avoid pitfalls that may arise to prepare them for simple implant cases in their clinics.

The Next Course has been planned in the second week of October 2014, exact date will be notified later. Since these courses are designed for limited participants, Interested doctors can register themselves from right now. For more details they can contact through mail adhrathi@hotmail.com or contact to get course broacher at clinics numbers.

Dr. Nakul Rathi Joins Advance Dental Hospital

Dr. Nakul Rathi a Dental Graduate from Govt. Dental College Nagpur, has done his Post Graduation in Oral & Maxillofacial , Implant & Prosthesis from OHIO state University U.S.A. with Dental Implant Continumum, fellow International college of oral implants, New York University U.S.A.

With his proximity in clinic, patients can get treatments with latest technologies in shortest possible time.