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NABH Accredited Dental Centre


Jain Dental Centre modern clinics offer the treatments by the latest technologies and equipments with the best clinical standards. So, that the patients can avail the supreme clinical experiances.

Computer Guided Anesthesia Technology

Jain Dental Center are equipped with The Wand – Single Tooth Anesthesia ® system. This patented technology from the U.S. enables dentists to deliver anesthesia precisely where it is needed and in the exact dosage required, for significant pain reduction.

Rotatory Tools

Jain imports world-class rotary tools from Germany and Japan, which are used for drilling. They enable doctors to drill with greater precision, so the plaque and bacteria present at the site can be thoroughly removed. This allows fillings to properly attach to the cavity wall. As a result, fillings last longer.

Dental Chairs

Dental chairs prevent cross-contamination to ensure the patient’s well-being. They are equipped with retractable valves that prevent oral fluids from flowing back into the chair tubing. Most dental chairs allow the backflow of these fluids into the tubing. Though the tubing is sterilized after a treatment, it is far more effective to prevent oral fluids from passing into the tubing in the first place.

Sterilization Autoclaves

Autoclaves sterilize dental tools by subjecting them to high pressure, saturated steam. We use Advance B- Class Auto clave (Best in Dentistry). Jain’s autoclaves are imported from international manufacturers and Jain doctors are trained in and adhere to strict protocols for the sterilization of tools.


Jain Dental Centre clinics use the latest x-ray technology to diagnose oral health problems in a painless, non-invasive way and with AERB Certifications. Though exposure to radiation can pose health risks, Jain's use sophisticated, portable x-ray equipment that limits this exposure to negligible levels. Jain's clinics also use leaded aprons and leaded thyroid collars to protect doctors and patients from radiation. Finally, Jain clinics adhere to the ALARA (As Low as Reasonably Achievable) principle, as defined by the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations 10 CFR 20.1003. The principle directs medical establishments to identify and use ways to minimize the exposure of medical personnel, patients and clinical staff to radiation.

Dental Consumables

Dental consumables are the medicines, materials and small pieces of equipment used in dental procedures. Jain Dental clinics use consumables such as bonding agents, cements, files and curing lights from leading suppliers like European Ivoclar Vivadent and U.S.-based 3M, Kerr and DENTSPLY.