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Dr. Kapilash Dental Care Center

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Shop No 108, Dda Market, Next To Ca Appartments, Paschim Vihar New Delhi
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Dentist . It is important to us that you feel comfortable while visiting our office. To achieve this goal......more
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Dentist . It is important to us that you feel comfortable while visiting our office. To achieve this goal, we have staffed our office with caring people who will answer your questions and help you understand your treatments.
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Dr. Kapilash Dental Care Center is known for housing experienced Dentists. Dr. Seema Kapila, a well-reputed Dentist, practices in New Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Dentists recommended by 40 patients.

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Shop No 108, Dda Market, Next To Ca Appartments, Paschim Vihar
Paschim Vihar New Delhi, Delhi - 110063
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45 years old lady and having a very bad ulcer problem not only in my mouth but also in the stomach. Most of the time feel something warm in the mouth and stomach. I have completely avoid spicy food from 4 month but nothing improve. Pls let me know what should I do and what is exactly this problem called?

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
45 years old lady and having a very bad ulcer problem not only in my mouth but also in the stomach. Most of the time ...
Eat lot of fruits & green leafy vegetables & drink plenty of water. Kindly consult a dentist in person for further suggestion. We need more investigations with clinical examination to decide upon treatment. You may need Coronoplasty (smoothen teeth edges) along with T. Rebagen 10, morning one tab & one at night for 5 days, C. Becosules 5 cap, for five days in the morning after meals. Hexigel ointment on the area of ulcer. Rinse your mouth thoroughly with a mouth wash after every meals. You may consult me in person. DENTAL TIPS: - Visit a dentist every six months for cleaning and a thorough dental check-up. Limit sugary food to avoid tooth decay. Gargle your mouth thoroughly after every meal. Scrub gently to clean your tongue with a tongue cleaner. Floss all your teeth inter dentally & brush twice daily, morning & night, up & down short vertical strokes, with ultra-soft bristles, indicator brush. Tooth brush to be changed every 2 months. If sores are large, painful or persistent, your dentist may prescribe an antimicrobial mouth rinse, a corticosteroid ointment, or a prescription or non-prescription solution to reduce the pain and irritation.
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Important Faq's About Dental Implants

MDS
Dentist, Udaipur
Important Faq's About Dental Implants

1. What are dental implants?
Dental implants are a standard for tooth replacement. An implant is a small “support” made of titanium and placed into the jawbone at the point of a missing tooth root. After the implant has attached to the adjacent bone, a replacement tooth is positioned on top of the implant.

2. Do the new teeth look natural?
The new teeth have a natural-like appearance and feel.

3. Am I a suitable candidate for the procedure?
Overall good health and enough jaw bone are the vital requirements. If you are fit for tooth extraction, then you can have an implant. Individuals who have lost teeth due to disease, decay or injury are suitable candidates for the procedure. After taking complete medical history and x-rays it can be decided.

4. How successful is it?
They have been used for over thirty years and have shown high success rates. To ensure that implants last for long, one should practice good oral hygiene.

5. Is the procedure painful?
Anesthesia is administered during the surgery. Your dental implant dentist may prescribe pain medication to ease any discomfort after the surgery. Most patients report minor discomfort when they get home. Many patients feel okay the next day and can return to work.

6. How long does it take?
The time needed relies on the complexity and number of implants. A straightforward and uncomplicated dental implant may take less than 1 hour.

7. Am I allowed to eat after the surgery?
It is advisable to avoid exposing a recent surgical site to food. One is advised to take soft foods and to stay hydrated. We will guide you accordingly.

8. How long does the healing and placing of the implant crown take?
The duration mainly depends on your treatment plan; but mostly takes about two to six months. There are two major stages. At first, the implant should heal before we place the replacement crown.

9. How long will the implants last?
After the fusion of the implant to the bone, it can last for several years if it is well maintained. Many implants have stayed in place for over forty years.

10. Are dental implants costly?
The cost is relative. They are a little more costly than bridgework, but they last for much longer. Thus, more cost effective.

11. Will my insurance cover for the costs?
It depends on the individual plan. Talk to your insurance provider.

12. Can my body reject the implant?
An allergy to titanium is rare, but may occur. At times, the implant does not fuse to the bone during the first time, but on the second trial, it fuses.

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I am frequently suffering from Mouth Ulcer, take any treatment, ulcer cures only after 1 week. What is the best treatment for ulcer to cure early and what precautions I should take to avoid in future.

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
I am frequently suffering from Mouth Ulcer, take any treatment, ulcer cures only after 1 week. What is the best treat...
Nutritional deficiency, excessive stress & debilitating disease can cause ulcer. Exercise regularly. Have a balanced diet. Eat lot of fruits & green leafy vegetables & drink plenty of water. Increase dietary intake of vitamin B, folic acid, iron and use of vitamin supplements etc under medical supervision if blood tests confirm low concentrations Hot, spicy foods Alcoholic beverages Mouthwashes that contain alcohol Products high in acid, such as citrus fruits and juices - Visit a dentist every six months for cleaning and a thorough dental check-up. Limit sugary food to avoid tooth decay. Gargle your mouth thoroughly after every meal. Scrub gently to clean your tongue with a tongue cleaner. Floss all your teeth inter dentally & brush twice daily, morning & night, up & down short vertical strokes, with ultra-soft bristles, indicator brush. Tooth brush to be changed every 2 months.
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Hi I am 29 aged, from past 1 year I am suffering with bad breath from throat. I have tried many things like mouthwash, chewing mint and chewing gum also but it didn't solve my problem. Please help me to get rid of bad breath from throat. Thanks.

BDS, MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Advanced course in maxillofacial sugery
Dentist, Lucknow
Hi I am 29 aged, from past 1 year I am suffering with bad breath from throat. I have tried many things like mouthwash...
Get scaling polishing done by a dentist than brush twice daily especially at night use betadine mouth wash drink plenty of water n steam inhalations.
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I have been asked to see an oral surgeon for my uncle since he has got wounds on his inner walls of mouth. What are these oral surgeons? Dentists or ENT specialist. Where should I go? Please guide. It is urgent.

BDS
Dentist, Delhi
I have been asked to see an oral surgeon for my uncle since he has got wounds on his inner walls of mouth. What are t...
Hello Lybrate user, oral surgery is a specialization in dentistry only. You can consult with an oral surgeon regarding this. In this case use turmix mouthwash n tablets. Very effective. You can talk to me regarding this through Lybrate.
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Hi Sir/Madam from last one year onwards I am suffering from bad breath coming from throat I have tried so many possibilities like chewing mint and lemon even with chewing gum also none of worked for me due to this bad breath from throat I am unable to talk with any one. Please provide me a solution.

MBBS
General Physician, Jalgaon
Hi Sir/Madam from last one year onwards I am suffering from bad breath coming from throat I have tried so many possib...
Please Check your teeth for caries Do gargle with salt and water regularly Apply mustard oil and salt on gums Twice a day Re Consult after 7 days.
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Hi, My uncle eats Rajanigandha everyday, hence now on both the wall of his mouth he has got wounds due to which he is unable to eat properly. Can you please suggest a Doctor/hospital where I can take him for the treatment. This is urgent. Kindly help.

BDS
Dentist, Delhi
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My uncle eats Rajanigandha everyday, hence now on both the wall of his mouth he has got wounds due to which he is...
Hello Lybrate user, first your uncle should quit this habit. These wounds may be oral submucous fibrosis. In this mouth opening is also restricted. In this case, he can use turmix mouthwash n tablets. He is supposed to do mouth opening exercises also. You can contact me through Lybrate also.
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Doc I have lots of cavity almost all my back teeth got a filling also n very bad tooth n missing teeth also n yellow teeth also I am very disturb wen I smile n talk with my friends n others plus help me or suggest me.

BDS
Dentist, Delhi
Doc I have lots of cavity almost all my back teeth got a filling also n very bad tooth n missing teeth also n yellow ...
Hello Lybrate user, visit your dentist as early as possible. For missing teeth ,you are required FPD/implants. For multiple cavities, restoration/RCT should be done, depends on your dental condition.
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Have advanced periodontal symptoms, can you please suggest possible treatment and cost in Bangalore.

BDS
Dentist, Delhi
Have advanced periodontal symptoms, can you please suggest possible treatment and cost in Bangalore.
Hello Lybrate user, in periodontal diseases, first scaling n polishing should be done. You are supposed to use mouthwash twice daily. Use interdental brushes n dental floss to clean the interdental areas. Use ultra soft bristles toothbrush to clean your teeth. Use gum paint also to strengthen your gums.
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My teeth problem. Bad smells in my mouth. I also brush twice daily .which toothpaste better for me?

BDS
Dentist, Delhi
My teeth problem. Bad smells in my mouth. I also brush twice daily .which toothpaste better for me?
Hello Lybrate user, you should go for scaling n polishing first. Use mouthwash twice daily. Use interdental brushes n dental floss to clean the interdental areas. You can use dentassure toothpaste also. Drink plenty of water.
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I am curious to know. That how can I keep my mouth healthy. There are plaque on my teeth.

MD(EH)/AM/Accupressure
Acupressurist, Chandigarh
I am curious to know. That how can I keep my mouth healthy. There are plaque on my teeth.
Dear Sachin wash your mouth after every meal. Apply alumin powder dand after two munutes wash it at night before sleeping with your. finger
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I have small gap between my teeth. They are so minute. Even They are small, I don't like them. Is there any natural ways to reduce the gap between my teeth?

BDS
Dentist, Delhi
I have small gap between my teeth. They are so minute. Even They are small, I don't like them. Is there any natural w...
Hello Lybrate user, there are various cosmetic treatment available now a days. For filling of small gaps, composite restoration can be done.
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While taking foods in the mouth it's difficult to chew the same. What should i do?

Dentist, Kolkata
While taking foods in the mouth it's difficult to chew the same. What should i do?
your teeth must have got attricted or wear down! Go in for crowns, which will improve. your bite n help. In better chewing! Go in for checkup! Tc.
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I have gap of 3 mm wide between my front two teeth. How much would it cost to fill this gap.

BDS
Dentist, Delhi
I have gap of 3 mm wide between my front two teeth. How much would it cost to fill this gap.
Hello Lybrate user, this small gap cab be filled with composite restoration. It's cost is around 2200/- for more information you can contact me through Lybrate.
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Learn The Ideal Brushing Habits!

BDS
Dentist, Pune
Learn The Ideal Brushing Habits!

Brushing too hard.

All of us have heard by now that brushing hard may not be the solution to our dental woes.Going the soft gentle and frequent way is what we need to do so if you're still in the habit of waging a morning battle with your teeth let's try and remind ourselves to be gentle and clean them like porcelain not scrub them like the toilet bowl. 

Hardly brushing.

If you're in the habit of hardly brushing which means either brushing too quickly or brushing just once a day it can cost you! 

As food accumulates and bacteria breakdown this accumulated food into acids which dissolve enamel -cavities are formed. These cavities need dental visits to fill up.

If small they can be done sooner and economically but if large they can end up causing you a lot of pain and even requiring multiple avoidable sittings.

Brushing with hard bristles.

Hard bristles tend to damage the teeth and we see multiple patients with severely work down teeth by just self inflicted brushing damage. Imagine thinking you're preventing a problem and actually creating one. While we commend the efforts of anyone who looks after their oral health we also ensure that overzealous brushes should use nothing more than extra soft bristles.

Not replacing your brush.

Replacing your brush is the most neglected aspect of oral hygiene that leaves everyone guessing  and being a small detail even your dentist would most likely forget to discuss it. So here's the answer to your dilemma of when to replace your brush - ideally every 3-4 months or when the bristles start to fray whichever happens first. 

Replacing brushes or brush heads has even proven to reduce throat infections as old bristles tend to start harbouring bacteria besides being inefficient at cleaning as well.

Not flossing.

Flossing hasn't been in our culture or education. We probably encountered a floss much later than we saw or learnt to use a brush. It's very important that just like brushing is second nature to us or comes automatically so should flossing be taught and instilled in our system. 

Flossing prevents the most number of cavities even more than brushing since not all brushes reach the areas that entrap food but floss definitely does. 

It is ideally recommended to start your cleaning routine by flossing and then brushing. 

An inexpensive method to save a lot of time and dental costs.

I have a bad breath .i normally use mouthwash .but not effective. .Please advice.

MDS, BDS
Dentist, Pune
I have a bad breath .i normally use mouthwash .but not effective. .Please advice.
Bad breath could be due to various reasons. Poor oral hygiene, diseased gums, coated tongue, systemic problems etc. Only using a mouth wash isn't sufficient. Following point should be helpful: 1. Maintain proper teeth cleaning. If needed professional cleaning called Scaling. 2. Ensuring from your dentist that you have healthy gums. If not, get it treated before the problem progresses. 3. Cleaning your tongue everyday. 4. Drink plenty of water 5. Even after doing the above the problem persists, keep a follow up with your dentist or an Oral medicine specialist and help them determine the exact cause. P. S. - Long term use of mouthwash is not advised (Just in case you are using for long term)
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Fluoride for Teeth - 4 Myths and Facts About it

MDS - Periodontology and Oral Implantology, BDS
Dentist, Mumbai
Fluoride for Teeth - 4 Myths and Facts About it

Fluoride is a chemical naturally present in water and in some foods and is essential for healthy bone growth.  A few decades ago, fluoride was discovered to have anti-cariogenic (against tooth decay) properties and slowly gained popularity. While most believe that fluoride can do wonders for your teeth and help you get rid of all problems, it is not true.  There is only so much that fluoride can do and there are also undesirable effects from it.

Read on to know some myths about fluoride versus the actual facts.

Myth: Drinking fluoridated water can lead to fluorosis, which produces brown, pitted teeth, which are weak and aesthetically unappealing.

Fact:  People develop fluorosis only when the water contains excessive amounts of fluorine.  The currently defined permissible level is about 0.7 parts per million. At this level, fluoride provides the maximum protection against caries, at the same time not leading to fluorosis.  In some cases, mild fluorosis can be seen, which only produces white speckles on the tooth and not brown pits.  These teeth have a higher resistance to decay than people drinking non-fluoridated water.

Myth: Fluoride is a forced medication

Fact: Fluoride is a chemical with special benefits to the bones and teeth.  In cases where the water does not contain sufficient quantities of fluoride or where the person is prone for decay, adding fluoride will provide the extra level of protection against caries.

Myth: Adding fluoride to the drinking water leads to various other medical conditions (heart disease, cancer, etc.)

Fact: Various studies have shown that this is not true. In fact, fluoride has been endorsed as safe to use and does not contribute to any diseases like heart disease, cancer, autism, or kidney problems.

Myth: Fluoride is not safe for children.

Fact: Children need a good amount of fluoride in their tooth forming years. This produces teeth that are more resistant to decay and are stronger generally. If the regular supply of water does not contain sufficient fluoride, then the child can be given supplements in the form of fluoridated toothpastes and gel applications at the clinic to provide the anti-cariogenic benefit.

Myth: If there is enough water in the fluoride, then there is no worry of tooth decay.

Fact: Fluoride only makes the teeth resistant to easy decay, it does not protect from decay completely.  Proper oral hygiene habits (brushing, flossing, rinsing, dental visits) are essential to ensure that there is no plaque accumulation and food deposits to prevent caries.  Fluoride is not a replacement for these practices.

Like with anything else, even excessive fluoride is not good for health, therefore the recommended level is 0.7 ppm.  Ensure fluoride supplements are used only after a discussion with your dentist.

Dr. I am having a mouth ulcer at the end of my lower wisdom tooth on left side of jaw. It doesn't heal. And gets worse if I have constipation or acidity .I can't eat any spicy food from that side. Should I remove my wisdom tooth. Or the Dr. has prescribed me turmax tablet for ten days. Please guide.

BDS
Dentist, Bhavnagar
your ulcer could be because of irregular angulation of the third molar you should get it recontoured or reshaped so that edges will not impinge into cheeks and further damage can be prevented. Use topical gel for relieving ulcer and honey. For acidity, start medicines, drink plenty of water and cold milk. Thank you.
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I went through an root canal recently .for 6 degree cavity. How many more appointments are needed and what is the procedure in each one. And is it normal to experience pain during an rct.

BDS, MDS
Dentist, Gorakhpur
I went through an root canal recently .for 6 degree cavity. How many more appointments are needed and what is the pro...
6 no tooth RCT really needs an expertise in the field. After RCT a tooth may experience some low degree pain to no pain at all. There are certain specific steps for a complete RCT which can be done in one day or spread over a period of 1 to 2 months period depending upon severity and treatment response. At the end of RCT, tooth requires a cap which completes the process. So keep calm. Its for saving the tooth in question. THANK YOU.
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