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Dr. Avimanyu

Dentist, Delhi

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Dr. Avimanyu is a popular Dentist in Malviya Nagar, Delhi. You can visit him/her at Priya Dental Clinic in Malviya Nagar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Avimanyu and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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L-14, Ground Floor, Malviya Nagar. Landmark: Near Krishna Mandir, DelhiDelhi Get Directions
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Hello sir I have a issue that about mouth ulcers it really paining. What should i do?

MDS - Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics, Post Graduation Certicate In Clear Aligner Therapy, Post-Graduate Certificate in Oral Implantology (PGCOI) , Certificate In Advanced Endodontics,Laser Dentistry, BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
Start taking a course of multivitamin capsule once daily for 1 week apply dologel ct 3-4 times a day. Avoid spicy and hot food. Start using mouthwash do dilute it with water twice daily after meals. Consult a dentist if it persists even after 1 week. Then we need to rule out the cause regards.
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BDS
Dentist,
Brush twice daily with fluoridated toothpaste lead to caries or cavity reduction by many folds. Smile everyday:)

MDS - Oral Medicine and Radiology, BDS
Dentist, Ahmedabad
Oral medicine is a branch of dental science which deals with mouth ulcers, red and white patches in mouth, diseases associated with tobacco and gutkha chewing, diseases of tongue, jaw joints, jaw muscles and many more. Patients suffering from any of the above disease should visit an oral medicine specialist for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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BDS
Dentist, Mumbai
Taste and health at the same time - eating a piece of cheese after meals helps in pulling away some of the plaque from the mouth and also tiny leftover food particles. And since it contains calcium, it adds to bone health and teeth health too.

Positive and negative effects of chewing gum om health or body, I want to know because i'm an adductor. Please answer it.

MDS Prosthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Kolkata
Positive and negative effects of chewing gum om health or body, I want to know because i'm an adductor. Please answer...
Chewing gum is usually not harmful. Use sugar free chewing gum to avoid cavities and drinks sips of water so that mouth doesn't go dry.
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B.D.S
Dentist,
Leave the stains of coffee and wine on your teeth behind! Make them vanish by brushing baking soda on your teeth twice a month and let your friends tell you how pearly white your teeth have become.

My teeth is getting broken into little pieces while eating some food is that o don't have calcium or is that any other problem.

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
My teeth is getting broken into little pieces while eating some food is that o don't have calcium or is that any othe...
Brittleness of teeth may be due to various factors: Genetic factors: Weak teeth are sometimes passed on down the generations of a family. People belonging to these families tend to suffer brittle teeth. Dietary habits: Eating too many sugary and acidic foods weakens teeth, and causes them to become brittle. Frequent snacking is also not advisable because the pH level of saliva does not come to its normal levels because of continuous intake of food. Usually, it takes around three to four hours for the effects of enzymes present in the food to reduce and restore optimum pH of saliva. Moreover, high acidic level in the mouth damages the enamel covering the teeth, thereby causing brittleness. Aerated drinks, much intake of citrus fruit juices like lemon, tobacco usage and too much alcohol are some of the other reasons that cause brittleness. Lack of balanced diets leads to vitamin and calcium deficiency in the body. As a result, teeth lose their strength and become brittle. Also, drinking water which contains high levels of fluoride is also one of the major reasons for brittleness. Involuntary habits: Some people involuntarily grind or clench their teeth when they sleep or become emotional. When grinding happens, the outer layer or enamel covering teeth is damaged. This damage paves way to brittleness. Use of excess force while brushing teeth is another common factor for this condition. Medical conditions: Certain diseases, not necessarily of dental origin, lead to brittle teeth. Some of the common diseases that result in this condition are: Periodontal disease: This is a disease of the gum, jaw bones and teeth. If ignored, this disease affects the structure of dentures and strength of the gums. When the disease reaches advanced stages, teeth become brittle Osteoporosis: Osteoporosis is not a disease of dental origin but a condition that affects the overall structure of bones in the body. People with low bone density and inadequate nutrients suffer brittle teeth through weakening of the jaw bones and teeth Nerve changes: In some cases, nerve tissues in the teeth reduce. As a result, nervous activity in the teeth reduces. This leads to brittleness of teeth Kidney diseases: Kidney diseases can lead to bone loss or reduced bone density. Osteoporosis is one of the side effects of some kinds of renal diseases. When kidneys malfunction, bones all over the body become weak. This affects the jaw bone as well. Teeth become loose and brittle. Also, when kidneys do not function optimally, absorption of calcium from food decreases. Teeth do not receive adequate amount of calcium and hence, become brittle. Drugs: Certain kinds of drugs cause brittleness in bones because of the various side effects they cause. Some drugs contain ingredients that reduce calcium absorption in the body. Some drugs also contain high level of fluoride and can lead to brittleness. However, using such drugs for short durations does not cause this problem. The condition is common in people who use these drugs chronically. Aging: Aging can also cause brittleness. Usually, the side effects of different activities, medicines and stress that the teeth undergo cumulate over age and cause brittleness as age advances. Elderly people who follow good dietary habits and avoid unhealthy habits do not suffer from brittleness.
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I got tonsil stones and could notice it's gradually increasing day by day, I fear whether this might lead to some serious problems in future and also I'm worried about bad breath caused due to this.

BDS
Dentist, Kapurthala
Dear user,you can start using certain home remedies for you tonsil stones. 1. Start with warm water and salt gargles 4-5 times daily. 2. Do not consume sour juices and eatables as they may aggravate the pain. 3. Start consuming 8-9 glasses of lukewarm water daily and stop drinking cold water completely. 4.Do not consume spicy and fried food.
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My front teeth have gaps in them which makes the smile look ugly, how can I fix them to look good with the least cost possible. How much it will cost me.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
My front teeth have gaps in them which makes the smile look ugly, how can I fix them to look good with the least cost...
You can either get braces done or else veneers /laminates or full coverage crowns ...braces is the most natural way to get teeth corrected ...
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Hello I have undergone root canal of my tooth. It has been 2 months but still it has sensitivity; Though not always but often when I brush my teeth or while having soup etc. What should be the cause & the solution. Thanks.

MDS- Implantologist, BDS
Dentist, Jaipur
Hi..There are only two reason.. 1..The live near be tissue could be left over in canal causing the problem 2..It could be sensitivity due to adjacent tooth , A carefull examination would definitely revel the problem...
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