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Dr. Nidhi Walia Gaur

BDS, MDS

Dentist, Delhi

10 Years Experience
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Dr. Nidhi Walia Gaur BDS, MDS Dentist, Delhi
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To provide my patients with the highest quality healthcare, I'm dedicated to the newest advancements and keep up-to-date with the latest health care technologies....more
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Dr. Nidhi Walia Gaur is a trusted Dentist in Krishna Nagar, Delhi. She has over 10 years of experience as a Dentist. She has completed BDS, MDS . She is currently associated with Capital Dental Care in Krishna Nagar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Nidhi Walia Gaur and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Education
BDS - Santosh Dental College Hospital, - 2008
MDS - tver state medical academy, - 2012
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Professional Memberships
Indian Dental Association

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I need to have a tooth implant in place of a milk tooth, I want to inquire about the procedure and budget.

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I need to have a tooth implant in place of a milk tooth, I want to inquire about the procedure and budget.
It depends on which tooth you want to replace. Anterior teeth are usually very costly. 30k is starting cost. Procedure is not very invasive but you should not dink any alcohal or smoke till the procedure is on. And you should keep your cavity clean. Otherwise it may result in impalnt falure.
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BDS
Dentist, Panchkula
Eating foods like apples, pears, carrots or celery can help in preventing discoloration as they trigger tooth-bathing saliva which helps in keeping the teeth whiter.

I have pain in both of my jaw and also clicking sound from right side of my jaw. I have also neck and shoulder pain and I recently have noticed that the space between c5 and c6 of my spine have increased. I am feeling very very unwell and uncomfort. please please please help me.

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I have pain in both of my jaw and also clicking sound from right side of my jaw. I have also neck and shoulder pain a...
Hello, You need to visit a dentist and get it checked. Ask for a night guard. You need to relax. Try to calm down. You can do hot fomentation near your right ear. You can take hot water bath before sleeping and listen to music. This will help you to calm down.
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Conventional Periodontal Therapy

Dentist, Dehradun
Conventional Periodontal Therapy

Scaling and root planning, also known as conventional periodontal therapy, non-surgical periodontal therapy, or deep cleaning, is a procedure involving removal of dental plaque and calculus (scaling or debridement) and then smoothing, or planing, of the (exposed) surfaces of the roots, removing cementum or dentine that is impregnated with calculus, toxins, or microorganisms, the etiologic agents that cause inflammation. This helps to establish a periodontium that is in remission of periodontal disease. Periodontal scalers and periodontal curettes are some of the tools involved.

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I get mouth ulcer almost every 15 days. When I get ulcer its always 2 or 3 at a time and will stay for 5-6 days. I take B complex capsules but still it comes. I even drink black grapes soaked in water over night and drink the water I drink lemon juice/soda almost every day, could this be a problem? I do not eat too spicy food. Please help me as its very painful.

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I get mouth ulcer almost every 15 days. When I get ulcer its always 2 or 3 at a time and will stay for 5-6 days. I ta...
Hi the very first question is do you suffer from constipation because getting thoroughly clear once in five days is not constipation as compared to using wash room every day and not getting clear ulcers in mouth is because of constipation or oral hygiene i.e. Do you chew pan or tobacco drinking fig water soaked overnight is a solution not black grapes drink yearly one per day, drink fresh butter milk immediately after lunch increase water intake drinking lemon juice is not a problem unless you are allergic stop using soda that increases weight what is your weight.
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HiI have 3 years old kid, although he brushed everyday but still his teeth are yellow. He brush with colgate kid toothpaste. Pls suggest.

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HiI have 3 years old kid, although he brushed everyday but still his teeth are yellow. He brush with colgate kid toot...
Children teeth color vary from whitish yellow to yellowish. It is quite normal. Continue brushing twice daily.
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Family Dentist Discusses Foods That Promote Good Oral Health

BDS, Diploma in Hospital Administration, Diploma in Pharmacy
Dentist, Delhi
According to dental professionals, the more sugary, starchy foods we consume, the more they feed the plaque-causing bacteria that are present in all of our mouths. This plaque can then harden into tartar, which is the leading cause of tooth decay and gum disease. To prevent plaque and tartar buildup, regular brushing, flossing, and gargling (mouthwash) is imperative. Certain foods can also help improve oral health. Here are a few favorites from your family dentist.

Cheese

Naturally low in sugar and high in calcium, cheese helps strengthen our teeth. It also contains a protein called casein, which may help lower the risk of cavities. More than that, there is compelling evidence that cheese preserves the whiteness of teeth by fortifying the enamel that protects the pearly-white dentin behind it.

Sugar-free gum

When we are not brushing, flossing, or gargling, saliva helps keep our mouths clean. It removes food particles, plaque, and other debris. Chewing gum, as long as it doesn't have sugar in it, stimulates saliva production and helps remove potentially harmful deposits. It is no wonder that the average family dentist recommends chewing sugar-free gum in between meals.

Celery

Once again, chewing anything helps increase the saliva in our mouths, but the foods we choose to chew should not contain sugar, and they should take a long time to chew. Celery meets these requirements. It is also quite fibrous, which means it breaks down into strands that naturally clean our teeth as we chew. We should also mention that celery is one of the few foods that has a negative-calorie effect. In other words, you burn more calories chewing and swallowing it than it contains.

Raw onion

Even if you have a clean mouth, it likely contains hundreds of millions of bacteria at any given time. While not all of them are bad, some attack tooth enamel and cause serious oral issues. Numerous studies have confirmed that raw onions have powerful antibacterial properties. Sure, they may give you bad breath. But a few raw onions on a sandwich or in a salad will also help you control marauding oral bacteria, which may mean fewer trips to your family dentist.

Steak

We're sorry vegetarians, but eating meat does have its benefits. As we mentioned, longer chewing times promote salivation that helps clean our teeth. And few things require more mastication than a big, juicy steak. In fact, chewing steak requires so much effort that it can actually strengthen our jaw muscles and our pearly whites. We should also mention that red meat contains phosphorous, which helps protect tooth enamel and bone.

Cashews

Just like raw onions, cashews contain antimicrobial oils that have been shown to reduce the bad bacteria that leads to tooth decay. Testing has also revealed that the same nut oils may fight the bacteria that causes acne breakouts, making them one of the few family dentist and dermatologist-approved foods.
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In the case of tooth brush, old is not gold. We need to change our tooth brushes every 3-4 months for appriopriate oral hygiene.

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Dairy products, soft breads, softer grains, sea food and soft meat, soft cooked vegetables and many more are braces friendly foods i. E. Which can be eaten without any difficulty even when one is undertaking the orthodontic treatment.
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