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Dr. Mona Modi

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I believe in health care that is based on a personal commitment to meet patient needs with compassion and care....more
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Dr. Mona Modi is one of the best Dentists in Ashok Vihar, Delhi. You can consult Dr. Mona Modi at Dr. Modi's Dental & Prosthodontic Clinic in Ashok Vihar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Mona Modi and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Certified Implantologist
Dentist, Kolkata
Saliva is a magical healthy teeth elixir: It's antibacterial, acid neutralizing and full of minerals that strengthen enamel. But 25% of women in their 50s don't produce enough, so they suffer bad breath and other problems as a result.
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I am 61 yrs. Old male I wear dentures for upper both sides teeth sometimes my gums irritated what should I apply to soothen them.

BDS
Dentist, Mumbai
I am 61 yrs. Old male I wear dentures for upper both sides teeth sometimes my gums irritated what should I apply to s...
Apply dologel ct gel on affected areas before meals for prompt relief. Also visit your dentist to remove the causative agent in your denture for permanent solution.
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When should I drink the warm lemon water in the morning? Before the brush or after the brush? please say me about the time gap to be taken for breakfast.

MD - PHYSCIAN
General Physician, Delhi
When should I drink the warm lemon water in the morning? Before the brush or after the brush? please say me about the...
Drink the juice of one lemon in one cup of warm water first thing in the morning (on an empty stomach. Make sure to wait 30 minutes before eating breakfast, as this will ensure your body gets the most energy and nutrients from the food you eat. Use fresh lemons (preferably organic and locally grown) and mineral rich filtered water.
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Sir, some of my teeth are back and forth, to get them straightened, so how much time does it take me to be straightforward?

BDS, MDS
Dentist, Gorakhpur
Sir, some of my teeth are back and forth, to get them straightened, so how much time does it take me to be straightfo...
Depending upon severity it may take 9 months (invisalign or clear braces) to 1.5 years (metallic braces).
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My father who is 84 years of old is facing acute infection in mouth since last 4 years. All tests including biopsy were done but it is not coming to normal. He is not able to eat any vegetables even without any spice he feels irritated and his mouth including upper surfaces looks red and over sensitive. Some mouth gels applied but no difference in this. Please help as all doctors of ENT and Dentists were consulted in Bhubaneswar and cuttack region. Please do help me. So mahapatra.

BHMS, MD - Alternate Medicine
Homeopath, Nagpur
My father who is 84 years of old is facing acute infection in mouth since last 4 years. All tests including biopsy we...
This kind of ulceration may cause due to deficiency of vitamin B complex. In your case if vitamin B complex capsule are not responding. But by homoeopathic treatment you can get rid of it completely and permanently. Foods that are good sources of vitamin B12 include: Beef, pork, ham, poultry, and lamb Fish, especially haddock, and tuna Milk, cheese, and yogurt Some nutritional yeast products Eggs. Vegans consume no animal products. But they can take vitamin B12 dietary supplements to avoid deficiency. Some types of soya milk and breakfast cereals are fortified with vitamin B12. Some nutritional yeast products may contain vitamin B12.
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I have suffering from pain in my jaw to head whenever I eat something. Its one time pain but very excessive. Whenever I eat something on interval the pain release with my jaw via cheeks, ear to my head. Please prescribe me medicine.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
I have suffering from pain in my jaw to head whenever I eat something. Its one time pain but very excessive.
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It may be because of TM Joint problem. You can consult a Dentist for check up. Or Consult me for Homoeopathic treatment.
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I have a serious pain in mouth due to mouth ulcer, already taken b complex capsule. Any suggestions pls to get relief soon.

BDS, MDS, Post Graduate Diploma In Hospital Administration (PGDHA)
Dentist, Mumbai
I have a serious pain in mouth due to mouth ulcer, already taken b complex capsule. Any suggestions pls to get relief...
You can apply "mucopain" ointment. This will provide relief as it is a mild anesthetic agent. Also please continue taking b complex capsule or can take folvite tablet. Also increase water intake.
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Extraction of Wisdom Tooth - Things To Remember!

BDS
Dentist, Delhi
Extraction of Wisdom Tooth - Things To Remember!

Unlike other teeth which erupt at specific period of time, the wisdom teeth, in normal adults, erupt anytime from late teenage years to adulthood.  The refined food habits in the recent times have reduced the need for a third molar. Also, our jaw sizes have reduced with evolution, and oftentimes, there is less space for these to erupt completely, causing their impaction. The chances of infection developing within the tooth and in the surrounding tissues is very high, requiring removal. Before you go ahead with removal, know the following four things.

  1. Get a buddy: In addition to the effects of anesthesia, there also would be moderate pain and discomfort, depending on how traumatic the extraction was. It is always best to have someone accompany you for the visit. This also helps you reach home safely without having to drive.
  2. Numb tongue and lips: The wisdom tooth removal is done under a local anesthesia where the entire quadrant is numbed before the procedure. Therefore, the chances of chewing on the tongue and the lip are quite high. Be careful to consciously avoid this as there are a lot of people who do not feel pain, but continue to chew on the tongue or lip and end up with injuries.
  3. Pain Management: Once the effect of anesthesia wears off, the pain will slowly set in, and will depend on how traumatic the extraction was. It is always advisable to take a pain killer before the anesthetic effect wears off, usually 30 to 40 minutes after the extraction process is over.
  4. Diet: For the first couple of days, stay on a completely soft diet with nothing spicy, hard, or hot to eat. One of the best things to have after an extraction is an ice cream, which can be continued for a couple of days after the extraction. Yogurt, smoothies, milkshakes, mashed vegetables and well-cooked rice are all good food choices.
  5. Smoking: If you have had an extraction, avoid smoking for at least a week. The negative pressure created during smoking can dislodge the clot that is formed in the tooth socket. This can lead to a complication called dry socket, which can be very painful. Avoid smoking at all costs, especially with wisdom tooth extractions.
  6. Postoperative follow-up: Based on the complexity of the extraction, a postoperative follow-up would be required. Be prompt in following up with your dentist for suture removal, check on socket healing and postoperative irrigation of the surgical site. Resume routine oral hygiene practices as recommended by the doctor.

Wisdom tooth removal requires a little extra caution as compared to a normal extraction, the ideal thing to do is to follow your dentist’s advice.

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Hi , I had widow teeth nut that teeth is coverd by sidelayer skin and that teeth is broken it to pieces twice now I am unable to chew right side due to skin covered the teeth please help me with a solution.

MDS - Orthodontics, MDS
Dentist, Zirakpur
If i correctly understand Sunil .You have a wisdom tooth that is partially chipped or #ed.Usually in such a case when the skin covers the tooth .Its b coz there is insufficient space of the teeth to erupt .Extraction of the tooth is the only choice and a sane one at that coz food will keep accumulating between the wisdom tooth and tooth in front damaging the both teeth.Hope this helps
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Hi, Mere teeth jhad rhe he pta nhi kese calcium ki wajah se ya or kese bhi uski wajah se teeth m jagah hoti ja rhi h. Koi treatment btayen.

MDS
Dentist, Kota
Hi, Mere teeth jhad rhe he pta nhi kese calcium ki wajah se ya or kese bhi uski wajah se teeth m jagah hoti ja rhi h....
Koi medicine is problem main help nahi karegi, aap damage part to restore karaye and regular (every 3 or 6 months) check up karaye. Dentist ke instructions ko follow kare.
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