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Gupta Dental Implant and Orthodontic Centre

Cosmetic/ Aesthetic Dentist, Dentist, Oral And Maxillofacial Surgeon, Orthodontist
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Gupta Dental Implant and Orthodontic Centre is known for housing experienced s. Dr. Ankur Gupta, a well-reputed Oral And Maxillofacial Surgeon, Dentist, Orthodontist, Cosmetic/ Aesthetic Dentist , practices in Gurgaon. Visit this medical health centre for s recommended by 59 patients.

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Clinic Address
H.No 1280 Main Market Opposite Community Center Sector-31,
Gurgaon, Haryana - 122001
Details for Dr. Ankur Gupta
Goverment dental college, Rohtak
Goverment Dental College, Trivandrum
Professional Memberships
Indian Orthodontic Society
Indian Dental Association
Past Experience
2005 - Present Owner at Gupta Dental Implant and Orthodontic Center
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    Oral And Maxillofacial Surgeon, Dentist, Orthodontist, Cosmetic/ Aesthetic Dentist
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    You often get into this mess of losing part or whole of the tooth, and this is actually a nasty situation in several ways. You may get severe pain there, or the sharp edge of the broken tooth may cut the cheek and other areas of the skin in the mouth white chewing or biting. Besides, if left untreated the broken part may accumulate dirt and food particles and can later form serious infections in the gum too. It looks bad too when a front tooth is broken, and often leaves your inner mount with cuts and abrasions when the sharp edge of the broken tooth rips of skin inside the mouth as you chew.

    The first aid part

    There are several ways to manage the broken tooth, and the first steps of first aid after the incident are as follows:
    - To control the acute pain after the tooth break, you may take a painkiller like acetaminophen. This will soothe the pain, and make it much easier and bearable.
    - You must try sticking some sugar-less chewing gum on the tooth to prevent cutting inside the mouth. In case a gum is not available, you may try putting some simple wax in there.
    - Try gulping the food and chew less, or go on a liquid diet to avoid touch of much food with the broken tooth unless it gets the first treatment.

    Filing and Bonding- the initial treatment
    On going to the dentist based on the tooth break condition, you will be suggested various remedies. A tooth filing or bonding is the general remedy. If a small portion of the tooth is broken, then the tooth can be simply filed in case it is one of the rear teeth. The tooth will be chipped and filed to smoothen the cut edge so that it never again pokes the skin around.
    If the break is not small, then bonding is a good option. The dentist fills the rest of the tooth space with a resin or porcelain material to make it look whole and natural again, and this solves the problem both physically and cosmetically.

    Crowning the tooth
    If the tooth is damaged more than a root canalling may be needed, and thereafter a cap or crown will be worn over the broken teeth so that it gets a natural look and the hardness to chew. You may lose sensations permanently on the tooth if the root nerve is blocked during the process. Else you will have a cosmetically working tooth for a few years until the crown wears off and needs a re-crowning.
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    Here are some tips for braces treatment
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    Dental sealants are barriers that can protect one's teeth from developing cavities. Made out of plastic material, there are usually applied to the molars and premolars at the back of the mouth.

    How are dental sealants applied?

    -The teeth on which the sealant is to be applied is cleaned properly and then dried. A solution containing acid is applied on the teeth to make the surface rough, as this helps the sealant bond well with the teeth.
    -Then the teeth are rinsed, following which they are dried. Finally, the sealant is applied. At times, a special light is used to make the sealant dry easily.

    Reasons to use dental sealants:

    -The chewing surfaces of the teeth are aided by dental sealants. Sealants are thin coatings that are painted on those areas.
    -One main reason for using sealants would be that even though brushing and flossing can remove the food particles stuck in the grooves of the teeth, at times some particles may be left behind. Sealants can prevent this.
    -The sealant spreads over the enamel in the grooves of the teeth, acting as a shield. This prevents food particles from getting stuck in the pits and fissures of the teeth. When such food particles are stuck in the grooves of the teeth, cavities are likely to form. Applying sealants can prevent this.
    -Children, who are at a greater risk of developing cavities, are often advised to use dental sealants to prevent their teeth from decay and damage.
    -Adults whose teeth have suffered considerable decay may seek the help of sealants to protect them.
    -Adults who have had fillings done in their teeth cavities may also apply sealants in order to prevent any further damage in the near or distant future.
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    3 primary causes of tooth cavity you shouldn't ignore!

    Permanently damaged regions on the enamel of the teeth that later develop into holes or openings are known as cavities. They are a common dental problem and can affect people belonging to all age groups. If left untreated, they can lead to infection, severe toothache, and even tooth loss.

    Cavities can be caused due to a number of factors. Some of those factors are discussed below-

    1. Bacterial action

    Cavities can be caused due to tooth decay by the action of bacteria. Bacteria are naturally found in the mouth and they thrive on food and drinks that contain sugar. If the sugar is not cleaned off the teeth, bacteria can react with it to produce acids. This results in the formation of bacterial plaque that sticks to the teeth, resulting in cavities.

    2. Frequent snacking

    Eating too frequently can result in the formation of cavities as more food intake means more bacteria and bacterial plaque contain harmful acids. These acids remove the mineral content in the hard surface of the tooth. This erosion can lead to cavities and expose the tooth to decay.

    3. Unclean tooth

    If the tooth is not cleaned well and regularly using good brushing and flossing techniques, cavities can occur more frequently. Unclean teeth are exposed to the risk of cavities more than healthy and clean teeth. In fact, unclean teeth can pose a serious threat to the inner layers of your teeth as well as make the bacterial action more frequent and dangerous.

    If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on 'consult'.
    Related Tip: 5 Natural Ways to Never Let Your TEETH Turn Yellow!
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