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Dr. Hemalatha Sanjay - Dentist, Bangalore

Dr. Hemalatha Sanjay

MDS - Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics, BDS

Dentist, Bangalore

22 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Hemalatha Sanjay MDS - Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics, BDS Dentist, Bangalore
22 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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Dr. Hemalatha Sanjay BDS., MDS ( Orthodontics) Welcome to Ashirwad dental clinic, the office of Orthodontist Dr. Hemalatha Sanjay. Conveniently located in JP Nagar 6th phase, Bangalor......more
Dr. Hemalatha Sanjay BDS., MDS ( Orthodontics) Welcome to Ashirwad dental clinic, the office of Orthodontist Dr. Hemalatha Sanjay. Conveniently located in JP Nagar 6th phase, Bangalore. Dr. Hemalatha Sanjay is dedicated to providing quality orthodontic care to children, teens and adults using modern braces and technology, such as the revolutionary Invisalign, lingual braces and aesthetic braces.Dr Hemalatha Sanjay earned a B.D.S. degree in 1996 from Dayananda Sagar College of dental sciences, Bangalore University. She joined her masters in orthodontics in 1999. She has been in practice for nearly 20 years. In the past, Dr. Hemalatha Sanjay has worked as a teacher and a Post graduate guide for 13 years in various dental institutions. During her tenure she has published many articles in national and international orthodontic journals. Dr Hemalatha Sanjay has given presentation about her personal experience in timing of treatment and treatment modalities using innovative appliances in her practice. She is a member of the Indian Orthodontic society, Indian Dental Association, the American Association of Orthodontists, World Society of Lingual Orthodontics , Orthodontic Implant Society and Indian Academy of Aesthetic & Cosmetic Dentistry Dr Hemalatha Sanjay has done various certifications in India and abroad related to clear aligners , lingual orthodontics, implant supported orthodontics, cosmetic dentistry, Pediatric dentistry and prosthetic dentistry. She and her husband Dr Sanjay Mohanchandra have two sons, Siddhant & Aaditya.
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Dr. Hemalatha Sanjay is a renowned Dentist with an experience of over 21 years. She did her BDS from Dayanand Sagar college of Dental sciences and also received her MDS from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. Dr. Hemalatha Sanjay is a professional member of Indian Dental Association, Indian Orthodontic society and Indian Association of Oral and Maxillofacial surgeons. In addition, she has been certified in Lingual Orthodontics and Micro (screw) Implant Anchorage. In the past she has worked as a teacher and a post graduate guide for 13 years in various dental institutions as well. Dr. Hemalatha Sanjay presently is a faculty member of Rajiv Gandhi University and is also an observer at university of Los Angeles. She owns a clinic named as Ashirwad Dental Clinic in JP nagar, Bangalore. The services offered in her clinic includes toothache treatment, artificial treatment, braces, ceramic braces, teeth scaling and polishing, dental fillings.

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MDS - Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics - Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences - 2002
BDS - Dayanand Sagar College of Dental Sciences - 1995
Languages spoken
English
Professional Memberships
Indian Dental Association
Indian Orthodontic Society
Indian Association of Oral and Maxillofacial surgeons
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Certified for Lingual Orthodontics
Certified for Micro (screw) Implant Anchorage
Clear Aligners (invisible system to align teeth)
1996 - Present Owner at Ashirwad Dental Clinic
Faculty at Rajiv Gandhi Health University (2002-2016)
Observer at University of Las Angeles

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All About Tongue Problems

MDS - Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics, BDS
Dentist, Bangalore
All About Tongue Problems

Tongue is an important organ of your body. Without the tongue you would not have been able to enjoy one of the most pleasurable experiences of life: tasting food! Imagine how life would be without the sudden euphoria you experience when you taste something delicious. Not only do your taste buds help you to taste food, but it also rejects harmful substances like toxins and sends your brain a signal to avoid consuming it. The tongue also helps in digestion of food. It makes the food pass easily from your mouth and throat to your stomach. Apart from tasting and sending signals to your brain, the tongue helps you to talk. It facilitates speech. It alters the air in your mouth which is produced by the vocal cords. That is how you make a wide range of sounds.

Tongue Problems:

  1. Burning sensation on the tongue: This normally occurs in women who have recently attained menopause. Mood swings are also a characteristic feature of menopause. Burning sensation is rare but a symptom of post menopause. Burning sensations can also occur due to cigarette smoking.

  2. Change in the tongue color: Many times having a pink tongue means deficiency in iron, folic acid and vitamin B-12. This can also be because of an allergy to gluten. A white tongue can occur due to smoking or drinking alcohol.

  3. Tongue pain: It can occur due to biting, injury or infection. Canker pains are also common. It can be caused by aging, diabetes, tumors and infection.

  4. Tongue swelling: It is caused by down-syndrome, tongue cancer, leukemia, strep throat and anemia.

  5. Oral thrush: It is a yeast infection. It makes the surface of the tongue and the mouth look like cottage cheese. People suffering from asthma or diabetes can also get oral thrush.

Remedies for tongue problem:

  1. Don't consume spicy and hot food.

  2. If you have a canker sore, try to drink only cold beverages and eat soft foods.

  3. Rinse your mouth regularly with a mixture of warm water and salt or you can also make a mixture of warm water and baking soda.

  4. Apply ice to soothe your tongue.

If the tongue pain persists then it is better to book an appointment with an ENT specialist or with an otolaryngologist.

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5 Reasons to go for Dental Implant

MDS - Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics, BDS
Dentist, Bangalore
5 Reasons to go for Dental Implant

Implants should be fitted within one year of losing a tooth since the jaw bone surrounding a tooth starts to shrink in size and gradually becomes so small that it fails to support an implant.

Dental implants are generally identified as substitutes for tooth roots. Besides, replacing damaged or decayed teeth, implants also provide a strong foundation for both permanent as well as removable replacement teeth.

  1. To protect your jawbone: Not filling up empty spaces in your mouth can severely affect your jawbone. It begins to lose its firmness and strength as a consequence of no longer being able to support a natural tooth. Dental implants help in stimulating bone growth while preventing bone loss.
  2. To eat properly: Eating becomes comparatively easier with implants rather than sliding dentures, because they function like your own teeth.
  3. They do not move or shift but remain in place: Dental implants resemble your own natural teeth as they fuse with the bone permanently. Moreover, being fixed in one place due to the fusion, you can expect the replacement teeth to not move or shift.
  4. To keep your face from sagging: Missing teeth can cause your face to sink and sag, giving you a very sad and aged appearance. Dental implants provide you with the chance to retain the natural shape of not only your face but your smile too.
  5. To gain healthy and natural looking teeth without affecting surrounding teeth: Nearby, teeth are not altered to support the implant, so your natural teeth remain intact. They help in preventing healthy teeth nearby from shifting, which is very common if there's an empty space next to a healthy tooth for a long period of time. The procedure sees a replacement tooth being positioned in place of the lost tooth so that it not only looks but feels like a natural tooth.
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All About Wisdom Teeth

MDS - Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics, BDS
Dentist, Bangalore
All About Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are known to be the final molars to grow out and they complete the set of permanent teeth. They generally start to erupt during the late teens or in the beginning of twenties. 

In case of some people, there is a possibility that the wisdom teeth may never erupt, while others may even grow four and more wisdom teeth. 

Do all wisdom teeth create dental problems?
No, if a wisdom tooth has completely erupted through the gum and tissue, without actually harming the teeth next to it, it does not require to be extracted. But, this is only if the individual is able to clean and brush it thoroughly. The wisdom teeth should be properly examined and dental care is necessary to prevent any complications. 

When do wisdom teeth need extraction?
Proper oral care of the teeth will keep them healthy and clean. But there may arise a situation, in which the removal of the wisdom teeth is quite necessary:

1. In certain cases, the wisdom tooth may erupt at a weird angle, compromising the teeth next to it. This may make it difficult to clean the teeth thoroughly, thus resulting in the onset of bacterial growth and periodontal disease. In this case, the wisdom teeth should be removed as soon as possible. 

2. While the wisdom teeth grows out, it may happen that there is not enough space for it to grow properly. As a result the adjacent teeth may face pressure due to crowded teeth, leading to headaches, toothaches and jaw pain. It is best that the wisdom teeth is extracted in this situation.

3. In case a wisdom tooth develops a cavity, it should be extracted. 

4. An impacted wisdom tooth, that is, if it has only partially grown out of the tissue, should also be extracted before it can cause serious complications.

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