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Dr. Puneeta

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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. Puneeta is an experienced Dentist in Uttam Nagar, Delhi. You can visit him/her at Parichay Multi Speciality Dental Clinic in Uttam Nagar, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Puneeta on Lybrate.com.

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Parichay Multi Speciality Dental Clinic

#155, Kakrola Mode, Main Najafgarh Road, Uttam Nagar, Landmark: Metro Pillar No.789, DelhiDelhi Get Directions
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I see gaps between my teeth. Earlier it was very less. What should I do to restrict it? can you suggest some facts how to tackle immediate problems?

BDS
Dentist, Thanjavur
I see gaps between my teeth. Earlier it was very less. What should I do to restrict it? can you suggest some facts ho...
Jus by mentioning gaps, treatment can't be suggested. If there are generalised too much of gaps then fixed orthodontic treatment is necessary. Or if its facially localised between one or two teeth it can be corrected by cosmetic procedures by incorporating composites.
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Sir my teeth is yellow & bleeding and my mouth breath bad. My one teeth half broken last 2 days. L am using past is Colgate max fresh & close up. My age is 19 year.

BDS, MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Advanced course in maxillofacial sugery
Dentist, Lucknow
Sir my teeth is yellow & bleeding and my mouth breath bad. My one teeth half broken last 2 days. L am using past is C...
Consult a dentist get scaling polishing done than massage gums use betadine mouth wash drink plenty of water brush twice daily especially at night.
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I have red patches on back of my tongue and it is about 15 day and is not fading. please help me what to do. Is it dangerous or sign of oral cancer.

It's called black hairy tongue. It could be a sign of many general conditions. Please visit your physician. But not to worry it's not cancer.
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My teeth is so yellow and big gap between front two teeth it's looks vry ugly how to become my teeth beautiful.

BDS
Dentist, Lucknow
My teeth is so yellow and big gap between front two teeth it's looks vry ugly how to become my teeth beautiful.
For front gap in tooth can be build up my filling material, cap or braces. The choice of treatment depends on the amount of gap and will be determined by your dentist. For yellowish teeth there are various options like scaling and polishing, microabrasion, whitening treatment. You can opt any but, unfortunately home remedies for whitening is not very effective for long term.
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It's normal to occasionally have a dry mouth if you’re dehydrated or feeling nervous, but a persistently dry mouth can be a sign of an underlying problem?

BDS
Dentist, Mumbai
Causes of dry mouth include: Side effect of certain medications. Dry mouth is a common side effect of many prescription and nonprescription drugs, including drugs used to treat depression, anxiety, pain, allergies, and colds (antihistamines and decongestants), obesity, acne, epilepsy, hypertension (diuretics), diarrhea, nausea, psychotic disorders, urinary incontinence, asthma (certain bronchodilators), and Parkinson's disease. Dry mouth can also be a side effect of muscle relaxants and sedatives. Side effect of certain diseases and infections. Dry mouth can be a side effect of medical conditions, including Sjögren's syndrome, HIV/AIDS, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, anemia, cystic fibrosis, rheumatoid arthritis, hypertension, Parkinson's disease, stroke, and mumps. Side effect of certain medical treatments. Damage to the salivary glands, the glands that make saliva, can reduce the amount of saliva produced. For example, the damage could stem from radiation to the head and neck, and chemotherapy treatments, for cancer. Nerve damage. Dry mouth can be a result of nerve damage to the head and neck area from an injury or surgery. Conditions that lead to dehydration, such as fever, excessive sweating, vomiting, diarrhea, blood loss, and burns can cause dry mouth. Surgical removal of the salivary glands. Smoking or chewing tobacco can affect how much saliva you make and aggravate dry mouth. Breathing with your mouth open a lot can also contribute to the problem out as well. Saliva substitution: There are many home remedies to help replace the moisture that saliva provides to the mouth. These include drinking water more frequently throughout the day, especially while eating. Sucking ice chips throughout the day will help the mouth remain as moist as possible. A mouthwash can be helpful, but it can also be harmful. When selecting a mouthwash, the person must choose a product that doesn't contain alcohol, such as Biotene, for alcohol-based products will only cause further mouth dryness. Artificial OTC saliva substitutes and oral lubricants containing glycerin will provide help during eating and speaking. They won't cure xerostomia, but will provide some relief. Moisturizing the lips with a balm or Vaseline can also be helpful. Saliva stimulation: Chewing gum can help stimulate salivary flow, but it is important to remember not to use gum or candies that have sugar in them or the person will be placed at greater risk for developing cavities. Sugar-free lemon drops or other hard candies can also help stimulate the salivary glands. Other remedies include medications that help increase salivary flow such as pilocarpine (Salagen) and cevimeline (Evoxac)
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Is teeth bleaching recommended and safe ? Dentist advised it may cause sensitivity

BDS
Dentist, Hyderabad
There is one disadvantage of teeth getting sensitive but it depends on how much percentage of bleaching agent the doctor is using
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What are the price ranges for braces of different kinds. I am thinking of getting my smile fixed.

Sedative Dentistry course, BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
What are the price ranges for braces of different kinds. I am thinking of getting my smile fixed.
Hello, the price range for braces varies from clinician to clinician and majorly by the kind of braces you are looking for. Least expensive are usually the metal braces, then the ceramic, then self ligating, then cums lingual braces and recent ones being the invisaligns are the most expensive ones. So you can check with your dentist and find out which one suits you the best depending upon your work profile and finding the right specialist for self ligating, lingual and invisaligns.
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I am having gum bleeding. When evar I have a deep sleep and awake blood is coming from my mouth. Sometimes when I brush also it is happening. I need a solution to control this diet.

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Dentist, Jaipur
I am having gum bleeding. When evar I have a deep sleep and awake blood is coming from my mouth. Sometimes when I bru...
You should do your teeth scaling. Your gums getting inflammed. Do brushing twice daily. Use mouthwash regularly.
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