Dr. Moitra is extremely active in the Indian Dental Association. She was the president of Indian Dental Association, East Delhi branch, between 2006 and 2007. She is also a life member of both the Indian Dental Association and the Indian Orthodontic Society. She has a vast reserve of clinical experiences and is extremely popular with all her patients; the testimony of this is that she is now treating a second generation of patients. Besides running a multi-specialty clinic at M.M.R hospital, Dr. Neena Moitra is also associated with the MAX Hospital as an Orthodontic Consultant. She is also an honorary dentist to the prestigious Modern School, New Delhi.
As a multi-specialty facility, MMR Dental Clinic offers a wide range of services, using the most current technology and state-of-the-art equipment.Beginning with routine check-ups, involving no more than scaling and cleaning, to advanced oral surgery, involving implants, prosthodontics and endodontics, MMR Dental Clinic is equipped to attend to all your dental care needs.Since we began as an Orthodontics specialty clinic, it remains one of our strongest suits of service offerings. We are happy to let you know that we are now serving a second generation of family members in some cases.The equipment we use in our clinic is the top-of-the-line available in India today, and we constantly upgrade our facility with the best that is available.Pediatric DentistryPediatric dentistry is an area of expertise in the field of dental medicine. Pediatric dentists specialize in the dental health of children, from infants and toddlers through teenagers. Pediatric dentists understand that the mouth structure and dental needs of children are different than those of adult. They have received the same training as a traditional dentist, but have also studied ways to make a visit to the dentist less traumatic for their young patients.Infants start getting their first teeth between five and eight months of age. By three years of age, they will have all of their baby teeth. It is recommended that all toddlers have their first dental appointment by the time they are two and a half -- earlier if there are any concerns, like baby bottle tooth decay. After this first appointment, children should see the dentist at least twice a year.There is more to pediatric dentistry than just cleaning teeth. Pediatric dentists provide advice and counsel for parents whose children have habits like thumb sucking or pacifier use. They treat dental injuries, like chipped teeth. They do fluoride treatments, and offer advice on nutrition. A pediatric dentist also treats cavities, gum disease, and other infections in the mouth. Most importantly, a pediatric dentist teaches children about how to properly care through their teeth -- through brushing, flossing, and proper nutrition -– setting the stage for a life time of great dental hygiene.