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Dr. Malhotra Sandeep

BDS, MDS

Dentist, Delhi

24 Years Experience
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Dr. Malhotra Sandeep BDS, MDS Dentist, Delhi
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Dr. Malhotra Sandeep is a renowned Dentist in Hauz Khas, Delhi. He has helped numerous patients in his 24 years of experience as a Dentist. He is a qualified BDS, MDS . You can meet Dr. Malhotra Sandeep personally at Hauz Khas Dental & Orthodontic Centre in Hauz Khas, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Malhotra Sandeep and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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BDS - Bangalore University - 1994
MDS - Bangalore University - 1998
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Hindi

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I am suffering from pain in teeth for two days. How to take fast relief from pain In teeth.

BDS
Dentist, Noida
I am suffering from pain in teeth for two days.
How to take fast relief from pain In teeth.
Hi, You need to get oral examination by dentist as soon as possible. Pain will not subside on its own. Taking pain killer may subside pain for few minutes but the pain will come back as soon as the effect of medicine wears off. Visit, dental clinic and get yourself checked as soon as possible.
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Certified Implantologist
Dentist, Kolkata
Dental care should begin as soon as a child’s first tooth appears, usually around six months. “Teeth can be wiped with a clean, damp cloth or a very soft brush. At about age 2, you can let kids try brushing for themselves -- although it’s important to supervise.”
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MDS
Dentist, Nagpur
Helo all, brush your teeth for not more than 3 minutes with SOFT or MEDIUM tooth brush.

I have severe and sudden sensitivity in my incisors. I am addicted to nibbling my snacks a lot. Friend who is a BDS says that is the reason. What could be the possible reason and what should be my next step?

Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University, MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology and Microbiology
Dentist, Bareilly
I have severe and sudden sensitivity in my incisors. I am addicted to nibbling my snacks a lot. Friend who is a BDS s...
For immediate effect you should use sensodyne paste and go for application of desensitizer to a professional dentist.
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From last few days I m feeling a pain in my teeth. Some of my teeth had became black. So I would request you to please suggest me the ways by which I can get rid of it.

MDS
Dentist, Kolkata
From last few days I m feeling a pain in my teeth. Some of my teeth had became black. So I would request you to pleas...
If the teeth are paining, you shd see dentist who will take an xray of the tooth and see if the tooth can be filled or not.
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Oral Cancer - Understanding The Risks!

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, FRCS
Oncologist, Kolkata
Oral Cancer - Understanding The Risks!

Oral cancer is the uncontrollable growth of cells called tumors that invade and damage the tissues surrounding it is in or around the mouth. Oral cancer, like all other types of cancer, is life threatening if not diagnosed and treated in the early stages. There are eight types of oral cancer namely cancer in the throat, sinuses, hard and soft palate, floor of the mouth, gums, cheeks, tongue and lips. Dentists are usually the first ones to notice and detect the signs and symptoms of oral cancer. This condition is also known as oral cavity cancer. The risk factors and symptoms of oral cancer are mentioned below.

Symptoms:

The symptoms of oral cancer, especially in the first stages, seem non-threatening and similar to common oral problems. However, visiting the doctor is mandatory to rule out cancer as an option. If you suffer from one or more of the following symptoms, visit your dentist immediately.

  1. Thickenings and swellings, lumps or bumps, crusts, eroded areas or rough spots on the lips, gums or surrounding regions inside or around the mouth.
  2. Bleeding in the mouth that is unexplainable. 
  3. Persistent sores near and around the mouth or throat that bleed easily and may take more than two weeks to heal.
  4. Unexplained numbness or pain and tenderness in the mouth, throat or face.
  5. Development of patches, which are usually speckled, red or white in the mouth. 
  6. Sudden weight loss.
  7. Excruciating pain in your ear.
  8. Loose teeth.
  9. Difficulty in swallowing.
  10. Lumps in your neck. 
  11. Stiffness or pain in your jaw.
  12. Pain in your tongue.
  13. Dentures that fit poorly. 

Risk factor:

Men above 50 years of age face the greatest risk of developing oral cancer. Women are at a much lower risk of developing oral cancer than men. The following factors increase your risk of developing oral cancer: 

  1. Smoking cigarettes, cigars or pipes 
  2. Snuff, dips or chewing tobacco
  3. Excessive consumption of alcohol
  4. History of oral or other types of cancer in the family
  5. Chronic sun exposure, especially facial exposure
  6. Sexually transmitted virus such as HPV
  7. Diagnosed of oral cancer previously

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Dental Fluorosis - How Can It Be Treated?

MDS - Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics, BDS (Implantologist)
Dentist, Noida
Dental Fluorosis - How Can It Be Treated?

Dental fluorosis is characterized by white patches on the teeth, caused due to excess fluoride ingestion during enamel formation. This condition is commonly observed in children aged between 3 months to 8 years. It occurs in the early stages of life when teeth are just beginning to form.

What are the causes for dental fluorosis?
Dental fluorosis results from over exposure to fluoride during the early stage of tooth development. Excessive consumption of fluoride causes damage to the enamel cells, which in turn leads to mineralization disorder. The major sources of fluoride are-

  • Drinking water that contains high level of fluoride
  • Baby food, cookies that contain fluoride
  • Certain medications prescribed to children for improving teeth strength, that contain high amount of fluoride
  • Toothpastes containing excess amount of fluoride

If the level of fluoride exceeds the recommended range, then your teeth may develop white, yellow or dark brown patches/stains on the surface.

How can dental fluorosis be prevented?
Dental fluorosis is extremely common. With proper preemptive measures and parental guidance, this onset of this condition can be prevented.

  1. Apply a pea-sized amount of toothpaste when brushing your teeth
  2. Brushing your teeth several times a day can increase the risk of consuming excessive fluoride. So make sure you don’t end up brushing your teeth more than twice a day.
  3. Children are advised to brush their teeth under the supervision of an elder. So that the child does not end up swallowing the toothpaste.
  4. Avoid intake of fluoride supplements, unless prescribed by your doctor. Even if your child is advised to take these supplements, the dosage should not exceed the level that’s been prescribed.

What is the treatment for dental fluorosis?
Although mild dental fluorosis does not always need the patient to undergo treatment, it may affect the back of your teeth and cause discoloration of tooth. In such cases, the doctor can perform the following techniques-

  1. Tooth whitening- this technique is used to remove unsightly, unpleasant stains and whiten your tooth
  2. Bonding- the affected tooth is coated with a hard resin which bonds with the enamel
  3. Veneers- these are custom-made shells which cover your teeth at the front and improve their appearance. Veneers are used in case of severe dental fluorosis.

Dental fluorosis is not a disease. It is a dental condition which can be prevented, and treated if necessary. Follow the above guidelines to avoid fluorosis. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Hello sir, I am 21 year old belongs to bhopal. I am a male. I have a problem with my mouth. Its giving smell badly when I talk to other. My friend always complain me for this smell so what should I do for removing this type of smells please give me some advice.

BHMS
Homeopath, Chennai
Hello sir,
I am 21 year old belongs to bhopal. I am a male. I have a problem with my mouth. Its giving smell badly wh...
The mouth is home to hundreds of bacterial species with various nutritional preferences. These organisms usually enjoy proteins, and as they digest proteins several fetid substances arise. The role of volatile sulfur compounds (vscs) in producing bacteria that colonize over the tongue was recently understood as a main cause of halitosis (bad breath). The most common vscs, such as methylmercaptan and hydrogen sulfite, can be detected by using organoleptic and objective methods. Treatment includes maintaining good oral hygiene, brush two times a day and gargle with salted water after meals, homoeopathic medicines will give you permanent solution.
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I have a tiny black hole in my front tooth and I sometimes suddenly feels high sensitivity in my front teeth. What should I do now? Will my tooth will repair itself automatically?

MDS - Periodontics, Certified Implantologist, BDS
Dentist, Panchkula
I have a tiny black hole in my front tooth and I sometimes suddenly feels high sensitivity in my front teeth. What sh...
Good morning lybrate-user Thanks for the query As per your words it seems you are having a carious tooth and carries have involved the inner layer (Dentien) of your tooth that's why you feel senstivity. No it will not repair on it's own, you need to visit your Dentist where he will remove the carious tooth structure and restore your tooth with restorative material (Filling) Regards
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I have got the problem of oral submucous fibrosis band in my mouth, voice is changing and have some pain in ear a little bit problem in swalloing and have light in neck.

Dip. SICOT (Belgium), MNAMS, DNB (Orthopedics), MBBS
Orthopedist, Delhi
Hi thanks for your query and welcome to lybrate. I am Dr. Akshay from fortis hospital, new delhi. Please consult an ent surgeon or a general surgeon for evaluation and an opinion. Do not hesitate to contact me if you need any further assistance. You can also discuss your case and treatment plans with me in a greater detail in a private consultation.
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