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Dr. Roja Ramani

BDS

Dentist, Bangalore

23 Years Experience
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I’m dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
I’m dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family.
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Dr. Roja Ramani is a renowned Dentist in Nagavara, Bangalore. She has over 23 years of experience as a Dentist. She studied and completed BDS . She is currently associated with Supriya Diagnostic Centre in Nagavara, Bangalore. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Roja Ramani on Lybrate.com.

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BDS - Madras Dental College - 1995
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No 73, Nr Anjanaya Temple & Next To Chiraag Hotel, Nagavarapalya, C V Raman NagarBangalore Get Directions
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Hi, I have tooth ache as I have cavities even im taking pain killer like ketrol DT. I request to suggest me with good pain killer.

Post-Graduate Certificate in Endodontics
Dentist, Cuttack
Hi,
I have tooth ache as I have cavities even im taking pain killer like ketrol DT.
I request to suggest me with good...
Sir you r only degrading your health by taking painkillers. Painkillers are not the treatment for cavities. You have to treat your cavities from a dentist. Painkillers will only subside the pain but the infection in the tooth still stays there. So pls stop taking unnecessary medications and treat your teeth with filling, rct or extraction.
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My mom have some broken teeth root in her mouth and these are covered with muscle layer. Is their any risk in it. People saying that it may lead to cancer. Please sir tell me its treatment? Her age is 45.

Dentist, Visakhapatnam
My mom have some broken teeth root in her mouth and these are covered with muscle layer. Is their any risk in it. Peo...
Sometimes it may lead to infection but will not lead to cancer. Get it extracted to avoid complications or get it extractdd immdiately when it bothers you
1 person found this helpful

Dental Health

Dentist, Dehradun

See your dentist every six months. Your teeth may not look dirty from the outside, but bacteria and plaque lurks in places you cannot see in the mirror.

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Hi doctor. I am 26 years old female. From past 1 month. I am having bleeding gums. Sudden pressure to the teeth while chewing or eating it bleeds. Please help.

BHMS
Homeopath, Hooghly
Hi doctor. I am 26 years old female. From past 1 month. I am having bleeding gums. Sudden pressure to the teeth while...
Apply fatkiri paste, chew few leaves of basil, chew few leaves of guava, boil few leaves of guava and rinse your mouth, rinse your mouth with warm salt water, visit a dentist.
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Common Dental Problems During Pregnancy

Master of Dental Surgery
Dentist, Gurgaon
Common Dental Problems During Pregnancy

Some women have dental problems such as gum disease and tooth decay, during pregnancy. The increase of hormones during pregnancy can affect the response of the body to plaque, which is the layer of germs on the teeth.

It is not true that the teeth are automatically damaged due to pregnancy. In case the calcium intake of the mother during pregnancy is not enough, the bones provide the growing baby with the calcium that it needs. When the breastfeeding is stopped, the calcium is replenished quickly. Nonetheless, the high demands of pregnancy can prompt specific dental issues in a few females. With professional help and appropriate cleanliness at home from your dental specialist, your teeth ought to stay healthy during pregnancy.

It is possible that a dental disease might affect a developing baby. Premature births have a risk of developing health problems such as cerebral palsy and issues with hearing and eyesight. Research has shown that around 20% of all premature births might be caused due to periodontal disease. It is an infection of the gums which is chronic in nature. The risk of premature birth can be reduced by providing the expectant mother with the required dental treatment.

Some of the common causes of dental problems which occur during pregnancy include:

1. Gum Problems: Women become vulnerable to gum problems due to hormones which are associated with pregnancy. These include gingivitis, pyogenic granuloma or pregnancy epulis and untreated or undiagnosed periodontal disease.

2. Vomiting: The ring of muscles which are used for keeping the food inside the stomach are softened due to vomiting. Vomiting or gastric reflux, which is associated with morning sickness, causes the teeth to be coated with strong acids.

3. Retching: Provocation of retching is caused in pregnant women while they brush their teeth, especially the molars. Not brushing the teeth regularly can cause tooth decay.

Things to remember:

  • The demands of pregnancy can lead to particular dental problems in some women.
  • You are less likely to have dental problems during pregnancy if you already have good oral hygiene habits.
  • With proper dental hygiene at home and professional help from your dentist, your teeth should stay healthy during pregnancy.
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What are side effects of tooth scaling for cleansing? does it make the tooth weaker and sensitive?

B.D.S
Dentist, Jaipur
No not at all. Scaling is done to clean the bacterial deposits like calculus and plaque that helps in maintaining the healthy oral environment.
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Sir my age is 54 ,my doctor prescribed me to take histavert 24 mg tab and stugeron forte three times a day for vertigo issue. Will you please suggest whether it is advisable to take three times a day or not? And I am getting pain in the upper jaw right side of mine ,when shown to dentist he is telling it is not a dental problem and consult a neurologist like that. Will you please explain the reason why I am getting this pain I had copy of mri report which was taken ten days back. Please help me in this.

BDS, MDS
Oral And Maxillofacial Surgeon, Chamarajanagar
Sir my age is 54 ,my doctor prescribed me to take histavert 24 mg tab and stugeron forte three times a day for vertig...
Vertigo and migrane often cause pain in upper jaw which is very much similar to tooth aches, it's called referd type of pain. If the migrane or vertigo is treated promptly definetely you will be relived of your pain. Regarding dosage your physician is the right person to decide the dose as per your clinical conditions. Wish you speedy recovery.

Tooth Removal - Really Required?

BDS
Dentist, Bangalore
Tooth Removal - Really Required?

Teeth are one of the most precious parts of the human body.  By playing a significant functional and structural role in aesthetics, facial appearance, and food habits, digestion and chewing, all efforts at maintaining them should be undertaken. As we all know, we have two sets of teeth, primary or deciduous and the permanent set. Let us discuss tooth removal in these two sets separately.

Primary Teeth
In the primary teeth, the main indication would be dental decay.  If the tooth is severely damaged beyond repair with fillings, then removal could be an option, with two things considered. The primary successor will erupt within the next 6 months; if not, a space maintainer would be put in place.

Another reason would be if the tooth is beyond its lifecycle and is blocking the eruption of the successor, then it requires removal.

The permanent teeth, however, are a set that are meant to last for a lifetime and removal should be considered only as a last resort. With advances in dental treatment methods, gone are the days when removal would be an option for severe decay. 

Some of the absolute indications for removal would be:

  1. Wisdom teeth: if it is erupting in abnormal position (flattened or crooked), then removing them to avoid infection and impingement on other teeth needs to be considered. Wisdom teeth infection is one of the most common causes requiring tooth removal. 
  2. Recurrent infections: If a tooth has been root canal treated, but continues to have ongoing chronic infection, it could be a case for removal.
  3. Malformed or supernumerary teeth: These may also block eruption of other teeth into the mouth. 
  4. Orthodontic treatment: In cases where the jaw size is really not sufficient to realign the mal-positioned or crooked teeth, the first premolar is often sacrificed, and this space is used to align the other teeth. 
  5. Injuries: In case of accidents or injuries with jaw fractures, teeth in the line of fracture may need to be removed. 
  6. Preparation for dentures: In cases of severe periodontal disease, where the mobility of the teeth is high and complete dentures are being considered as an option, teeth removal may be planned.  Also, if there are teeth which are in the line of fixed partial dentures, again removal might be planned
  7. Radiation therapy: For head and neck cancer patients, if there are teeth in the line of radiation, then removal might be planned.

Unlike in the earlier years, the absolute indications for removing tooth have changed.  A thorough examination, both oral and radiological, should be done before zeroing on extraction.

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I have undergone a root canal treatment two years before but I didn't completed the treatment fully. I have fill one more coating into tat teeth. I don't have any pain till now. Wat I have to do.

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
I have undergone a root canal treatment two years before but I didn't completed the treatment fully. I have fill one ...
Root canal teeth are also more brittle, and generally rct-treated teeth need a crown after a root canal so the tooth will not break.
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