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Smile Up Dental Care & Implant Center

Cosmetic/ Aesthetic Dentist, Dental Surgeon, Dentist, Dentofacial Orthopedist, Pediatric Dentist, Public Health Dentist
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Ground Floor,Shop No 14,Gera Park View Plaza,Opposite Gera Emerald North Gate,Behind Ganga Constella,Near EON IT PARK, Kharadi,Pune,Maharashtra-14
Pune, Maharashtra - 411014
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    Dental implants tend to be far more durable than other tooth replacement devices, like dental bridges and dentures. In fact, implants can last for a lifetime if the conditions are appropriate to support implant placement and the patient takes good care of the implants after they have been placed. But it is important to remember that, just like any other surgical procedure, there are no guarantees to extended long-term results.

    Initially, there must be adequate bone to support osseointegration in order for the patient to have long-term dental implant success. After the oral surgery in which the dental implants are placed, the surrounding bone forms a bond with the implant&'s titanium surface. That process renders the implant a fixture in the mouth and gives the implant its durability.

    However, if there is not enough bone to form a strong bond, the implant can fail. If you have already lost a fair amount of bone at the implant site, we at smile up dental care implant center determine that you are not an immediate candidate for implant placement.

    In these cases, an additional oral surgery procedure can be performed to graft bone into the implant site to give the patient enough bone material to qualify for implant placement.

    After the patient has healed sufficiently from that bone graft, the oral surgeon at smile up dental care implant center can then move forward with placing the dental implants in the jaw.

    Successful osseointegration is not the only factor in dental implant longevity, however. If gum disease develops at some point and advances, it can attack the bone, putting the stability of an implant at risk. This is why it is so important for patients to keep up good oral hygiene habits at home and continue to follow up with a dentist for routine care. Preventing gum disease can also help you to maximize the lifespan of your dental implants.

    One of the characteristics that makes dental implants increasingly popular is their durability. These devices can last for decades if you take good care of them. If you need to replace a missing tooth, schedule an evaluation at smile up dental care implant center to learn if dental implants are a recommended treatment in your case.

    Thanks & regards,

    Dr. Ratnika Agrawal

    Smile up dental care implant center.
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    Dr. Ratnika agrawal of smile up dental care implant center, pune

    You brush daily and don't snack on sugary treats, yet you've had your fair share of cavities. Your friend, on the other hand don't follow dental hygiene and lives on energy drinks and junk food, yet rarely has a cavity. What could be the reason?

    Cavities, which result from a disease process called dental caries, are areas of decay caused by certain oral bacteria. As the decay progresses, the bacteria can eventually invade the living portion of the tooth (dentin and pulp) and is considered a bacterial infection. At that point professional dental treatment is required to remove the infection, stop the disease process and seal the tooth.

    This disease process requires certain combinations of conditions in order to progress. So it's likely that you have more of those conditions, or risk factors, than your friend does. Don't beat yourself up; while there are lots of things you can do to minimize risks, there are also factors that aren't so easily controlled.

    Tooth decay risk factors
    Let's take a look at those risk factors:

    Oral bacteria cavities start with bacteria that build up on tooth surfaces in a sticky film called plaque where they feed on sugars and carbohydrates from the foods/beverages we consume, creating acids in the process. Acids dissolve the mineral bonds in the protective layer of tooth enamel, which makes it easier for bacteria to penetrate what is otherwise the hardest substance in the human body and infect the tooth. Your unique oral" microbiome" make-up could have more or less of the microbe species implicated in dental caries, and some strains of the same bugs are more aggressive than others.

    Dental hygiene brushing and flossing correctly and regularly helps dislodge bacterial plaque and trapped food particles. Regular checkups and professional cleanings are also important to remove plaque that has hardened into" tartar"

    Diet minimizing your intake of sugary foods and carbohydrates reduces the availability of fuel for cavity-causing bacteria. Meanwhile, acidic foods and beverages can erode enamel, and the more frequently they are consumed, the less opportunity saliva has to restore the mouth to its normal ph.

    Dry mouth saliva contains minerals that help neutralize acids and rebuild tooth enamel. Without a healthy flow, your ability to prevent decay is compromised. Certain medications, chemotherapy and some diseases can cause dry mouth. Drinking lots of water and using enamel-fortifying mouth rinses can help counter the effects.

    Tooth shape tooth decay is most likely to develop in back teeth molars and bicuspids (premolars) where the tiny fissures on their biting surface tend to trap food and bacteria. Genetics determines how deep your fissures are.

    Gum recession receding gums expose the tooth root, which isn't protected by enamel and therefore more susceptible to decay.

    Other factors gastro-esophageal reflux disease (gerd) and vomiting can create highly acidic conditions in the mouth. Retainers, orthodontic appliances and bite or night guards tend to restrict saliva flow over teeth, promoting plaque formation; fixed appliances like braces can make it more difficult to brush and floss effectively.

    To learn more about your level of risk and how you can stack the odds more in your favor, talk with Dr. Ratnika agrawal on 8237802848 020-27041188 or visit her clinic smile up dental care implant center

    Clinic address:
    Smile up dental care implant center
    Shop no 14, ground floor, gera park view plaza, opposite gera emerald north gate, behind ganga constella, near eon it park, kharadi, pune, maharashtra-14,
    Contact 8237802848 020-27041188 timings: 9 am to 2 pm 5 pm to 9: 30 pm.

    Brief detail about doctor:
    Dr ratnika agarwal is one of the leading dental surgeons with great professional experience in field of dentistry. She has her own clinic named" smile up dental care implant center" in kharadi, pune which provides patients with the highest quality dental care in a very personal professional environment. Offering different specialties of dentistry like orthodontics, endodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics, cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry. Understanding the individuals and their dental needs is our utmost concern.
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    Blog by: Dr. Ratnika Agarwal of Smile Up Dental Care & Implant Center , Kharadi ,Pune

    Sometimes little defects in teeth can attract more than their fair share of attention. The eye often seems drawn to the tiny chip in a front tooth; the slight mismatch in tooth size among adjacent teeth; the extra-pointy canine. If you find yourself staring at these subtle yet distracting features in your own smile, help is available at Smile Up Dental Care & Implant Center by Dr. Ratnika Agarwal often with a minimally invasive, relatively inexpensive procedure known as tooth contouring (reshaping).

    Tooth contouring involves removing a tiny amount of tooth enamel with a drill to sculpt a more pleasing shape and make the tooth fit in better with its neighbors. The tooth is then polished for a smooth finish. The procedure is most often used on the upper front incisors and canines, which are your most visible teeth.

    Cosmetic problems that can be corrected with tooth contouring include: small chips, uneven tooth length, slight overlaps, and tooth edges that are too flattened or pointy. It can even be used to correct minor bite problems from teeth touching unevenly during contact. Conversely, your teeth should not be reshaped if any bite imbalances could result from it. In that case, one of several other highly effective cosmetic dental procedures would be recommended. Tooth contouring can also be used to give teeth a more feminine or masculine shape, simply by rounding or squaring the edges.

    What to ExpectThe first step in the contouring procedure is to examine your teeth and diagnose how the reshaping will accomplish your goal of smile enhancement or correct a bite problem if you have one. This will ensure that the teeth being reshaped will not only look better but also will be healthy. Sometimes a reshaping of the root surfaces is required to protect you from gum disease. In that case, an x-ray may be necessary to isolate and protect the sensitive inner tissue (the pulp). However, most often tooth contouring only involves the removal of a bit of enamel the hard outer covering of the tooth. Because enamel is not living and contains no nerves, you will likely not need even a local anesthetic.

    You will probably feel some vibration as your tooth is gently sculpted, and then polished smooth. Reshaping one tooth usually takes less than half an hour and the results will be obvious as soon as you look in the mirror! Sometimes reshaped teeth can be a little sensitive to hot or cold after the procedure, but this should last no more than a day or two.

    Tooth contouring can be combined with whitening for a dramatically younger-looking smile. It's also often used in conjunction with cosmetic bonding or dental veneers both of which can be used to reshape teeth with larger imperfections.

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    Dr. Ratnika Agrawal,Smile Up Dental Care & Implant Center,
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    Some people fear visiting their dentist so much that the try to live with the pain, decreased function, or less-than-appealing appearance of their smile. At Smile Up Dental Care & Implant Center, it breaks our hearts knowing this, which is why we strive to provide our customers with compassionate care, cutting edge technology, and green products to help put people at ease. In addition the following tips may help overcome the fear of a general dentistry visit. Open Communication If you are afraid let your dentist know how you feel! If possible, tell them why Did you have a bad experience in the past? Are you concerned there may be even more discomfort? By letting your dentist know, they will be able to address your fears, offer suggestions to prevent them, and explain how new technologies have advanced general dentistry over the years. Medications for Anxiety Control Although non-medicated approaches are preferred, you may have the option of using preferred medical solutions to help you relax during your appointment. Talk to your dentist before your scheduled appointment to determine if this method is appropriate for you. Alternative Relaxation Techniques Alternative relaxation techniques may help reduce the anxiety. Some suggestions that patients have had success with include:

    Deep breathing and/or Meditation to center yourself and help you relax

    Listening to music to keep your mind pre-occupied

    Early morning appointments before the stress of the day sets in.

    Get to Know Your DentistYour dentist Dr. Ratnika Agarwal would love to get to know more about you so together you can build a foundation of trust. Eventually the fear will decrease over time as you get to know all the staff at the dental practice. Schedule Preventative Appointments Before a Dental Issue ArisesStarting with a new dentist slowly can help to alleviate some of the fear general dentistry can cause. Instead of waiting until you have a dental problem to see a dentist, build a relationship through non-procedural and preventative appointments. Basic dental exam with or without a cleaning, or a consultation is a great start. Dentists understand the need for some patients to start slowly, particularly if they are aware of the patient's fears and anxiety.At Smile Up Dental Care & Implant Center, we strive to provide our customers in the Kharadi and surrounding area, with the highest level of comfort possible through the use of state-of-the-art equipment and ongoing training. For more information on how the team at Smile Up Dental Care & Implant Center can help you overcome your fear of general dentistry, or to schedule your next appointment, please contact our friendly staff on 020-27041188 / 8237802848.

    Dr. Ratnika Agrawal Smile Up Dental Care & Implant Center Shop No 14,Ground Floor,Gera Park View Plaza,Behind Ganga Constella,Near EON Free Zone, Kharadi,Pune,Maharashtra Contact: 02027041188, 8237802848 Open All 7 Days A Week Timings :9 AM to 2 PM & 5 PM to 9.30 PM
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    Diabetes can cause serious problems in your mouth. You can do something about it.

    If you have diabetes, make sure you take care of your mouth. People with diabetes are at risk for mouth infections, especially periodontal (gum) disease. Periodontal disease can damage the gum and bone that hold your teeth in place and may lead to painful chewing problems. Some people with serious gum disease lose their teeth. Periodontal disease may also make it hard to control your blood glucose (blood sugar).
    Other problems diabetes can cause are dry mouth and a fungal infection called thrush. Dry mouth happens when you do not have enough saliva the fluid that keeps your mouth wet. Diabetes may also cause the glucose level in your saliva to increase. Together, these problems may lead to thrush, which causes painful white patches in your mouth.
    If your diabetes is not under control, you are more likely to develop problems in your mouth. The good news is you can keep your teeth and gums healthy. By controlling your blood glucose, brushing and flossing every day, and visiting a dentist regularly, you can help prevent serious problems in your mouth.
    Take steps to keep your mouth healthy. Call your dentist when you notice a problem.

    If you have diabetes, follow these steps:

    Control your blood glucose.
    Brush and floss every day.
    Visit your dentist regularly. Be sure to tell your dentist that you have diabetes.
    Tell your dentist if your dentures (false teeth) do not fit right, or if your gums are sore.
    Quit smoking. Smoking makes gum disease worse. Your physician or dentist can help you quit.
    Take time to check your mouth regularly for any problems. Sometimes people notice that their gums bleed when they brush and floss. Others notice dryness, soreness, white patches, or a bad taste in the mouth. All of these are reasons to visit your dentist.

    Remember, good blood glucose control can help prevent mouth problems.
    Smile Up Dental Care Implant Center by Dr. Ratnika Agrawal

    please contact our friendly staff on 020-27041188 / 8237802848.
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    Whether you are 80 or 8, your oral health is important. Did you know that Indians are among the largest group who fails to see a dentist each year, even though regular dental examinations and good oral hygiene can prevent most dental disease? here are some frequently asked questions about going to the dentist.

    Question: why do regular dental visits matter?

    Regular dental visits are important because they can help spot oral health problems early on when treatment is likely to be simpler and more affordable. They also help prevent many oral problems from developing in the first place. Visiting dentist regularly is also important because some diseases or medical conditions have symptoms that can appear in the mouth.

    Here are 15 signs you should see a dentist-

    1. Your teeth are sensitive to hot or cold
    2. Your gums are puffy and/or they bleed when you brush or floss
    3. You have fillings, crowns, dental implants, dentures, etc.
    4. You don't like the way your smile or teeth look
    5. You have persistent bad breath or bad taste in your mouth
    6. You are pregnant
    7. You have pain or swelling in your mouth, face or neck
    8. You have difficulty chewing or swallowing
    9. You have a family history of gum disease or tooth decay
    10. You have a medical condition such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, eating disorders, or are HIV positive
    11. Your mouth is often dry
    12. You smoke or use other tobacco products
    13. You are undergoing medical treatment such as radiation, chemotherapy or hormone replacement therapy
    14. Your jaw sometimes pops or is painful when opening and closing, chewing or when you first wake up; you have an uneven bite
    15. You have a spot or sore that doesn't look or feel right in your mouth and it isn't going away.

    If you haven't got your dental checkup since last 6 months done, then don't wait.
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    Answer by Dr. Ratnika agrawal
    Most people wake up every morning and stumble to wash their teeth first thing. Do you believe that brushing your teeth in the morning is sufficient to keep your mouth healthy?

    While it is important to brush your teeth in the morning for good oral hygiene, what goes on in your mouth all night is even more important. Brushing your teeth once a day is barely enough to maintain perfect oral hygiene. By brushing twice a day you can make the difference.

    Do you know why it can be important to brush at night since you are only about to sleep?

    Here are a few things that brushing before bed does.

    1. Reduces acid build up

    Everyone has acid being constantly produced in their mouths. The saliva secreted contains calcium which neutralizes the acid being built up. At night the saliva secretion slows down which allows the acids to get accumulated. The acids keep corroding the teeth all night. When you brush your teeth, the fluoride present in the toothpaste stimulates saliva secretion. So by brushing before bed you ensure that the saliva secretion does not fall drastically. In the process you prevent your teeth from getting corroded.

    2. Reduces bacterial multiplication

    The saliva in our mouth not only neutralizes the acid it reduces bacteria from multiplying as well. During the reduced saliva production, as you sleep, the bacteria in your mouth multiply manifold and attack your teeth and gums. This is why keeping your saliva secretion regular by brushing before bed is of utmost importance.

    3. Reduces the decay of food particles

    After you have your dinner just rinsing your mouth is not enough. Tiny food particles that get stuck in your teeth rot overnight. It is best to go to bed with a clean mouth rather than a mouth with tiny decaying food particles.

    No matter how much of a task it might seem like, brushing at night is as important, if not more important, than brushing in the morning.

    For more info & services contact:
    Dr. Ratnika agrawal
    Smile up dental care & implant center
    Shop no 14, ground floor, gera park view 1, behind ganga constella, near 
    Eon free zone, kharadi, pune, maharashtra-14
    Contact: 02027041188, 8237802848
    Drratnikaagarwal@gmail. Com
    Www. Smileup. In
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