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Oro Dental Care Guwahati


Started in 2005 by Dr Deep Sharma,ORO DENTAL CARE CENTER, SANJEVANI HOSPITAL  is a well equipped state of the art Dental Clinic situated in heart of Gawahati,Assam.

Our state of the art equipment includes Electronic dental chair , Intral oral camera, light cure, ultra sonic scaler, pathology laboratory, radiology unit with X-ray , C T Scan, Ultra sonography, and we use all the latest and high quality dental materials to carry out various surgical and restorative techniques which makes a world of difference in diagnosis and treatment. With well-qualified and competent dental surgeons, and many other experienced visiting consultants, Comprehensive dental treatment including specialized procedures is carried out. We are fully equipped to treat those patients who need medical back up during treatment as well as for those who require complex dental and faciomaxillary surgical procedures.

All advanced dental treatment facilities including single sitting root canal treatment, veneers – composite and porcelain, teeth whitening / bleaching, flap surgeries, dental implants, orthodontic treatment, smile-designing. Routine dental treatment facilities such as scaling and oral – prophylaxis, crown and bridge work, routine dental surgical procedures, cosmetic fillings etc.

Cosmetic facial surgery procedures to correct protruded / retruded jaws, severely misaligned teeth, unsightly noses etc. In general, surgical correction of dental and facial deformities.

At  Dental Tourism India we have a huge list of affiliates and clinics all across India. A strict enrollment policy ensures that we have the highest standards in all over India. Please feel free to browse through various clinics and affiliates. Any queries are welcome at [email protected].



Guwahati is the capital city of the northeastern state of Assam. Couched between the picturesque hills of the eastern flanks of the Himalayan mountain range, Guwahati houses the political capital of the state, Dispur. The gateway to the seven other northeastern states, Guwahati is a vital tourist link point, besides being an attraction in itself.There is magical aura that still lingers over the ever-expanding city.The best time to visit this cosmopolitan city is from October to April.



Famously known as the best among the tantrik shrines of Shakti worship in the world, the Kamakhya temple stands on the top of the Nilachal hill, approximately 10 km from the railway station. It was actually constructed in the tenth century by the Koch king, Naranarayan. Till today animal sacrifices are rife here to appease the goddess.




In eastern part of the city of Guwahati is located the Navagraha temple on top of a hill. It is referred to as the “temple of nine planets”, – a center of astrology and astronomy.




One of the most remarkable places one could visit in North-East India is the state of Assam. Assam is home to the famous Kaziranga National Park. Situated on the banks of the mighty Bramhaputra river Kaziranga National Park is spread in an area of approximately 430 sq.kms. With an additional 429.40 sq.kms distributed in the districts of Assam-Golaghat and Nagaon. Kaziranga was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1940.


Kaziranga is home to the Indian one-horned rhino. Kaziranga also supports a variety of other wild species eg. Indian Elephants, Tigers, Indian Bison etc. Kaziranga is also a bird-watcher's paradise. The best time for this activity is winters when the migratory birds descend. One can easily find the reylag geese, bar-headed Geese, Red-Crested Pochard and Northern Shoveller.The best time to visit Kiziranga national park is mid-November to early April. Kaziranga is easily accessible through all the three modes of transport. The primary airport is Guwahati, 217 kms from the park. The second airport is Jorhat, 97 kms away.





Perched at an altitude of 1,496 m, this lesser known hill station is also called the "Scotland of the east". What exactly it has in common with Scotland maybe a matter of discussion but the majority of the population – the Khasis and the Jaintias – boats of a clan system that would any day outrival the Scottish clans! Shillong spreads out with its lush green undulating hills, cottages tucked in its folds with a sprinkling of old world cathedrals and churches and localities with quaint names like 'Laitumkrah', 'Sunnyhill', 'Lachumiere', 'Mawalai', 'Nongthymiah'  and'Pokseh'.Various attractions are Anglican Cemetery, Botanical Gardens, Spread Eagle Falls, Ward Lake,Beadon Falls, Bishop Falls & Elephant Falls, Iewduh – Shopper's Stop.




 Tea-plantations in Assam, unlike those in China or Japan for instance, are comparatively big, spanning hundreds of acre. Thus they offer you the spatial freedom to meander through them, watching the dappled sunlight filter through the shade trees and weave patterns of black and white on the neatly pruned tea-bushes. Apart from the Brahamaputra valley, Barak valley and southern Assam also has abundance of tea plantations. Watch the tea-pluckers at work. Admire the deftness of their fingers as they pluck the delicate two leaves and a bud from which the "nectar of the gods" is made. Assam plantations produce black tea, far different in taste and colour from the green tea made in China.




Since the days of the Britishers, Jia Bhoroli of Assam has been famous for Angling. It is a magnificient snowed sparkling river that rumbles and swirls down the rugged mountain valleys of Arunachal Pradesh, and then through the dense green Balipara Reserve Forest, forming gorges and fiery rapids to join the mighty 'Brahmaputra'.It is one of the most fascinating rivers- full of joy and life which leaves the adventure loving tourists, anglers and naturalists in utter awe.The fishing seasonal camp at Potasah is easily accessible, and is only an hour's drive from Tezpur town, about two hours drive from the Kaziranga National Park and about 220 kilometres from Guwahati.