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Rana Dental Clinic

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D-15/96, Sector -3, Rohini, Delhi Delhi
1 Doctor · ₹50
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Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your comfort and care and are considerate of your time. Their focus is you....more
Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your comfort and care and are considerate of your time. Their focus is you.
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Rana Dental Clinic is known for housing experienced Dentists. Dr. Sandeep Rana, a well-reputed Dentist, practices in Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Dentists recommended by 102 patients.

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D-15/96, Sector -3, Rohini, Delhi
Rohini Delhi, Delhi
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5 Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Teeth Discoloration!

BDS, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE), Advanced Endotontic Course On Root Canal, Postgraduate in Aesthetic Dentistry
Dentist, Kolkata
5 Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Teeth Discoloration!

A sparkling set of shiny white teeth can make a smile more appealing and infectious. Yellow teeth can be extremely embarrassing and annoying. The important dental tissues that make up a tooth include the Enamel, Dentin, Cementum and the Pulp, of these four tissues, the enamel (the white and hard teeth surface) and the dentin (pale brown) are responsible for the tooth colour. Any damage to these two tissues bring about teeth discolouration and factors that contribute significantly towards yellowing of teeth include:

  1. Poor dental care and hygiene like improper and inadequate flossing and brushing techniques.
  2. Unhealthy lifestyle habits like chewing of tobacco and betel nuts, smoking, excessive consumption of alcohol, tea and coffee.
  3. Certain medical conditions and treatments (chemotherapy and radiation) can adversely affect the dentin and the enamel. Antihistamines are also known to stain the teeth. It is best to avoid mouth washes containing Cetylpyridinium Chloride.
  4. With age, the enamel tends to thin naturally exposing the dentin that lies underneath it.
  5. Fluoride intake in excess can stain and discolour the teeth.
  6. Yellow or discoloured teeth can also be genetic.

Yellow teeth, though frustrating, can be fully treated. The mode and success of the treatment is largely influenced by the extent of the teeth discolouration.

  1. Avoid smoking and chewing of tobacco as much as possible. Control the intake of drinks and foods that can stain and discolour your teeth.
  2. Practice healthy dental hygiene. Brush your teeth twice daily.
  3. Some whitening agents (over-the-counter) can be effectively used to treat yellow teeth.
  4. Dental veneers are a great way to deal with yellow teeth.
  5. For a healthy set of white teeth with pearly shine, visit your dentist every six months.

In addition, several natural and homemade remedies can also prove to be beneficial

  1. Nothing can treat yellow teeth more effectively than baking soda. Brushing your teeth with toothpaste mixed with baking soda (about a quarter teaspoon) can do the yellow teeth a world of good. Using a mixture of baking soda with vinegar (white), lemon juice and hydrogen peroxide is an effective natural remedy.
  2. A healthy practice to get rid of yellow teeth is to rub the teeth with orange peel every night.
  3. Rubbing the teeth with Strawberry paste will help to reduce the yellow stain greatly.
  4. The benefits of lemon are known to all. Brush your teeth with a mixture of lemon juice and salt. Wash it off after a few minutes and the yellow tinge will be a thing of the past.
  5. Charcoal, Apples and Basil leaves are powerful natural ingredients to treat yellow teeth.

Your smile is precious! Do not lose it to yellow teeth.

I have pyria problem. Got flap surgery done 2 times but still, puss in gums comes again. Pleae advise treatment.

I have pyria problem. Got flap surgery done 2 times but still, puss in gums comes again. Pleae advise treatment.
Please see a periodontist (gum specialist) for your problem if it persists despite repeated treatments.

How to remove the white coating from my tongue? I applied sea salt (as seen in a youtube video) on my tongue for two weeks and did not notice anything.

How to remove the white coating from my tongue? I applied sea salt (as seen in a youtube video) on my tongue for two ...
White coating on tongue forms routinely, use of a mild tongue scraper or gentle brushing using your toothbrush daily will help.

Suffering from osmf from last 9 years, please suggest me some effective treatment for the above disease.

BDS, MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Advanced course in maxillofacial sugery
Dentist, Lucknow
Consult a maxillofacial surgeon you may require surgery med n physiotherapy avoid tobbaco supari n spices.

My daughter's front teeth developed cavity. After few months her filling came out. She is 4.5 year old. Is it a good idea to keep the teeth without filling. When the front two teeth will fall.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
My daughter's front teeth developed cavity. After few months her filling came out. She is 4.5 year old. Is it a good ...
The front two teeth will fall at the age of 6 years. Till then the filling should stay. Kindly visit dentist and get filling done. But if you leave it empty. You may get more food lodgement and patient may develop pain. And swelling in teeth.

Hi, Is root canal treatment linked to future cancer or other disease? I came across article that mentioned in almost 93% of breast cancer cases they had one or other root canal treatment done at some point of the time.

MDS - Periodontics
Dentist, Thane
Hi, Is root canal treatment linked to future cancer or other disease? I came across article that mentioned in almost ...
Good evening Ms. lybrate-user, please go through following points 1. 25 million endodontic treatments are performed every year, safely and effectively. If it were true that root canals caused diseases like cancer, there would be much more information about it available in peer-reviewed scientific publications, and root canals would not be the preferred treatment option to save teeth. 2. There is no valid, scientific evidence linking root canal-treated teeth and disease elsewhere in the body. Data showing that “97 percent of cancer patients had root canal treatment” has not been published anywhere. There is no causality between root canals and cancer; just because a person has experienced both doesn’t mean a cause-and-effect relationship exists. 3. Claims that root canals are not safe are based on research that’s nearly 100 years old and has long been debunked. 4. As recently as 2013, a study published in a journal of the american medical association (jama otolaryngology—head & neck surgery) found that a patient’s risk of cancer doesn’t change after having a root canal treatment; in fact, patients with multiple endodontic treatments had a 45 percent reduced risk of cancer. 5. Advancements in medicine, techniques and technologies have made endodontic treatment a more predictable, successful treatment than ever before. Today, digital imaging, rubber dams, rotary instruments, powerful disinfectants and medicated filling materials help ensure successful root canal treatment. 6. When a severe infection in a tooth requires endodontic treatment, that treatment is designed to eliminate bacteria from the infected root canal, prevent reinfection of the tooth and save the natural tooth. 7. The only alternative to endodontic treatment is extraction of the tooth. Extraction is a traumatic procedure and is known to cause a significantly higher incidence of bacteria entering the bloodstream. 8. You wouldn’t cut off your hand if you broke a finger, so why would you extract your natural tooth if it could be saved? Nothing looks, feels or functions like your natural tooth - it should be saved whenever possible. Root canal treatment, along with appropriate restoration, is usually faster and less expensive than extraction and implant surgery. In most cases, endodontic treatment allows patients to keep their natural teeth for a lifetime. 9. Media reports stemming from a study published in the september 10, 2015, issue of nature claim that the proteins that indicate alzheimer’s disease may be transmitted from one person to another during medical procedures including root canal treatment. There is no evidence that root canal treatment is a risk factor for alzheimer’s disease. 10. There is nothing definitive in the nature study. It involved a small sample of eight patients who died from mad cow disease. The brain tissues of seven patients showed signs of the protein associated with alzheimer’s but they had no symptoms of alzheimer’s. The study authors speculate that the proteins were transmitted when the patients had injections to treat their mad cow disease. 11. While the prion protein has reportedly been transmitted to medical patients through exposure to blood, inadequately sterilized neurosurgical instruments and a variety of cadaver-derived materials, there has never been a confirmed case of cjd transmitted through dental treatment. 12. There are procedures in place to minimize infection risk from endodontic instruments such as files and reamers. Many endodontists employ single-use instruments and, if not, instruments are thoroughly sterilized prior to each use. 13. The study author said, ““it is possible our findings might be relevant to some other medical or surgical procedures, but evaluating what risk, if any, there might be requires much further research. Our current data has no bearing on dental surgery and certainly does not argue that dentistry poses a risk of alzheimer’s disease.” 14• the alzheimer’s society’s director of research issued a statement in response to the nature report saying, “while these findings are interesting and warrant further investigation, there are too many unknowns in this small, observational study of 8 brains to draw any conclusions about whether alzheimer’s disease can be transmitted this way. There remains absolutely no evidence that alzheimer’s disease is contagious or can be transmitted from person to person
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Dental Implants - Are You The Right Candidate For It?

BDS, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE), Advanced Endotontic Course On Root Canal, Postgraduate in Aesthetic Dentistry
Dentist, Kolkata
Dental Implants - Are You The Right Candidate For It?

Dental implants are surgical fixtures that are inserted into the jawbone to allow fusing over a span of few months. The implant works as a root replacement for a missing tooth. Eventually, this artificially placed tooth root helps in holding the bridge (partial denture) or the replacement tooth firmly. Dental implants are even designed to match your natural teeth, rendering a strong foundation to both the removable and the fixed replacement teeth.

Are you a candidate for Dental Implants?

Dental implants are used to replace a single tooth, several teeth, or all of the teeth. The goal of teeth replacement is to restore function as well as esthetics.

When it comes to tooth replacement, dental implants is of the three options available. Deciding on which option to choose depends on many factors. Specifically for dental implants, these factors include:

  • Location of missing tooth or teeth

  • Quantity and quality of the jawbone where the dental implant is to be placed

  • Health of the patient

  • Cost

  • Patient preference

A dental surgeon examines the area to be considered for the dental implant and makes a clinical assessment of whether the patient is a good candidate for a dental implant.

Here are a few advantages of getting a dental implant done:

  1. Improved Appearance: Dental implants provide an almost natural look to the teeth. Since they are designed in a way to amalgamate with your bone, they subsequently become permanent.

  2. Enhanced Speech: Dental implants let you speak effortlessly and without the scare of your teeth slipping inside the mouth and meddling with your speech; which is otherwise a common phenomenon with ill-fitted dentures.

  3. More Comfort: Since the implants become a part of you, they do away with the hassles accompanying removable dentures.

  4. Easier Eating: Sliding dentures might pose difficulty while chewing. Dental implants help you with an almost painless eating experience owing to the fact that they function just the way your original teeth would.

  5. Improved Oral Health: There is no need of reduction or alteration of the surrounding teeth in order to support the implants. Hence most of the teeth are left just as they are, improving one’s oral hygiene.

  6. Durability: Implants are tough and resistant, and can last a lifetime if taken proper care of.

  7. Convenience: Dental implants spare one the inconvenience that is so common with removable dentures and at the time of fixing them to their place with messy adhesives.

Healthy gums and strong jaw bones are the only two requisites for a dental implant. Maintaining good oral hygiene and visiting the dentist regularly should be at the top of the priority list after getting the implants done. However, one needs to put in the same amount and quality of care (read brushing and flossing) to the dental implants as one would’ve had to his/her original teeth. A thorough rinse with the help of an antibacterial mouth wash is a must along with periodic dental check-ups.

Health Oral Hygiene Tip!

MDS - Periodontics, Certified Implantologist, BDS
Dentist, Panchkula
Health Oral Hygiene Tip!

Don't rush, when you brush: for maximum results, brush your teeth for atleast 2 to 3 minutes.

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