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Dr. Nithi Mallik

Dentist, Delhi

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Dr. Nithi Mallik is a popular Dentist in Safdarjung Enclave, Delhi. She is currently associated with I Care Clinic in Safdarjung Enclave, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Nithi Mallik on Lybrate.com.

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#C-6-9, Safdarjung Development Area, Safdarjung Enclave. Landmark: BehindHauz Khas Telephone Exchange, Near IIT crossing, DelhiDelhi Get Directions
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My teeth are losing calcium and 2 teeth are becomes sharp from front. Give me prescriptions to get rid of this.

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
My teeth are losing calcium and 2 teeth are becomes sharp from front. Give me prescriptions to get rid of this.
Dear lybrate user, if you are facing the problem of teeth getting sharp or chipped off, please consult your dentist soon for treatment. Maintain good oral hygiene by brushing twice daily.
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Little bit cut in gum tissue of teeth by nail. And its became look like sore. Which doctor should to visit?

Dentist, Raipur
Little bit cut in gum tissue of teeth by nail. And its became look like sore. Which doctor should to visit?
You can visit any general dentist for a routine check up and the sore itself will get healed. You can take symptomatic medication like oral ulcer gel and multivitamin.
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I'm having a mouth sore or ulcer what you call since 3-4 daus it is under the lips its painful what should I do.

Certification in Full Mouth Rehabilitation, Post-Graduate Certificate in Oral Implantology (PGCOI), M.Sc - Master of Oral Implantology (MOI), Certified Implantologist, BDS
Dentist, Rajkot
I'm having a mouth sore or ulcer what you call since 3-4 daus it is under the lips its painful what should I do.
Use ulcer healing gel called HEXIGEL ,it will accelerate healing and take folic acid tab.for week ( 2 tab per day).
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MDS - Orthodontics
Dentist, Kurukshetra
Braces can even become your next fashion accessory as they are available in a wide variety of vibrant colors.

I am suffering from wisdom tooth pain from last 3 days. Please suggest some remedy?

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
I am suffering from wisdom tooth pain from last 3 days. Please suggest some remedy?
Wisdom teeth usually make their appearance between the ages of 17 and 21, though it's possible for them to push through earlier or later. Referred to as your "third molars, these four teeth begin to push through the skin like any other tooth, which can cause pain. However, wisdom teeth are much more likely to grow in at an incorrect angle – even sideways – causing impaction that can radiate this pain to the teeth in front of it.
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I have leukoplekia and OSMF from last 2 years cause of guthkha chewing due to wall of both side very sensational and can't eat now cold, hot and chilly and spicy food Please provide me faster way for rwcovery and injectables for the same ?

Certified Implantologist, BDS
Dentist, Chennai
Please stop the habbit immediately, and visit an oral medicine specialist, and they will help you in further management
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I have teeth problem in my meals and my gums are bleeding while brushing. Please advise.

Post-Graduate Certificate in Endodontics
Dentist, Cuttack
I have teeth problem in my meals and my gums are bleeding while brushing. Please advise.
You need to go for a scaling treatment first. It will stop gums bleeding. Then you can tell your dentist about your teeth problem.
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I have been struggling with spicy foods. Due to chewing tobacco I am not able to eat spicy foods even a bit of chilly also.

MBBS, PG-Diploma In Clinical Pathology
General Physician, Sri Ganganagar
Avoid tobacco. Eat small frequent bland meal. Cap. Ocid dsr one daily empty stomach. Digene syrup apply glycerine and baking soda paste three to four times daily.
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I have proem is my teeth at florida which one is the best toothpaste & toothbrush was helpful to me remove the problem.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
I have proem is my teeth at florida which one is the best toothpaste & toothbrush was helpful to me remove the problem.
Is a cosmetic condition that affects the teeth. It’s caused by overexposure to fluoride during the first eight years of life. This is the time when most permanent teeth are being formed. After the teeth come in, the teeth of those affected by fluorosis may appear mildly discolored. For instance, there may be lacy white markings that only dentists can detect. In more severe cases, however, the teeth may have: Stains ranging from yellow to dark brown Surface irregularities Pits that are highly noticeable How Widespread Is Fluorosis? Fluorosis first attracted attention in the early 20th Century. Researchers were surprised by the high prevalence of what was called “Colorado Brown Stain” on the teeth of native-born residents of Colorado Springs. The stains were caused by high levels of fluoride in the local water supply. This was fluoride that occurred naturally in the ground water. People with these stains also had an unusually high resistance to dental cavities. This sparked a movement to introduce fluoride into public water supplies at a level that could prevent cavities but without causing fluorosis. Fluorosis affects nearly one in every four Americans ages 6 to 49. It’s most prevalent in those ages 12 to 15. The vast majority of cases are mild, and only about 2% are considered “moderate.” Less than 1% are “severe.” But researchers have also observed that since the mid-1980s, the prevalence of fluorosis in children ages 12 to 15 has increased. Although fluorosis is not a disease, its effects can be psychologically distressing and difficult to treat. Parental vigilance can play an important role in preventing fluorosis. Fluorosis Causes A major cause of fluorosis is the inappropriate use of fluoride-containing dental products such as toothpaste and mouth rinses. Sometimes, children enjoy the taste of fluoridated toothpaste so much that they swallow it instead of spitting it out. But there are other causes of fluorosis. For example, taking a higher-than-prescribed amount of a fluoride supplement during early childhood can cause it. So can taking a fluoride supplement when fluoridated drinking water or fluoride-fortified fruit juices and soft drinks already provide the right amount. Fluoride Levels in Drinking Water Fluoride occurs naturally in water. Natural fluoride levels above the currently recommended range for drinking water may increase the risk for severe fluorosis. In communities where natural levels exceed 2 parts per million, the CDC recommends that parents give children water from other sources. Prompted by concerns that children may be getting too much fluoride, the Health and Human Services Department in January 2011 lowered its recommended level of fluoride in drinking water. And the Environmental Protection Agency is reviewing its rules on the upper limit of fluoride levels in drinking water. Fluorosis Symptoms Symptoms of fluorosis range from tiny white specks or streaks that may be unnoticeable to dark brown stains and rough, pitted enamel that is difficult to clean. Teeth that are unaffected by fluorosis are smooth and glossy. They should also be a pale creamy white. Contact your dentist if you notice that your child’s teeth have white streaks or spots or if you observe one or more discolored teeth. Since the 1930s, dentists have rated the severity of fluorosis using the following categories: Questionable. The enamel shows slight changes ranging from a few white flecks to occasional white spots. Very mild. Small opaque paper-white areas are scattered over less than 25% of the tooth surface. Mild. White opaque areas on the surface are more extensive but still affect less than 50% of the surface. Moderate. White opaque areas affect more than 50% of the enamel surface. Severe. All enamel surfaces are affected. The teeth also have pitting that may be discrete or may run together. Fluorosis Treatments In many cases, fluorosis is so mild that no treatment is needed. Or, it may only affect the back teeth where it can’t be seen. The appearance of teeth affected by moderate-to-severe fluorosis can be significantly improved by a variety of techniques. Most of them are aimed at masking the stains. Such techniques may include: Tooth whitening and other procedures to remove surface stains; note that bleaching teeth may temporarily worsen the appearance of fluorosis. Bonding, which coats the tooth with a hard resin that bonds to the enamel Crowns Veneers, which are custom-made shells that cover the front of the teeth to improve their appearance; these are used in cases of severe fluorosis. MI Paste, a calcium phosphate product that is sometimes combined with methods like microabrasion to minimize tooth discoloration Fluorosis Treatments In many cases, fluorosis is so mild that no treatment is needed. Or, it may only affect the back teeth where it can’t be seen. The appearance of teeth affected by moderate-to-severe fluorosis can be significantly improved by a variety of techniques. Most of them are aimed at masking the stains. Such techniques may include: Tooth whitening and other procedures to remove surface stains; note that bleaching teeth may temporarily worsen the appearance of fluorosis. Bonding, which coats the tooth with a hard resin that bonds to the enamel Crowns Veneers, which are custom-made shells that cover the front of the teeth to improve their appearance; these are used in cases of severe fluorosis. MI Paste, a calcium phosphate product that is sometimes combined with methods like microabrasion to minimize tooth discoloration.
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I have been diagnosed with OSMF early stage. My mouth opens 3.7 mm. I have very slight whitish layer all over my mouth rough, 2 small brownish patch and a single very small ulcer from 3 days. My doctor prescribed me only to stop eating Supari and Antoxid HC for 30 days. So my question is whether all this whitish layer go off and become a healthy mouth as I have stopped eating Supari from 5 days?

BDS
Dentist, Mumbai
lybrate-user Dear you have invited a unwanted problem by chewing supari .it is never too late. Stop all tobacco products and supari .visit dental surgeon for cleaning and polishing of teeth. Apply benzocaine ointment in case of pain .apply neomycin oral/orajel ointment. Apply boroglycerin regularly and listerine mouthwash regularly.
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