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Dr. Shushil Kumar

B.D.S., M.D.S.

Dentist, New Delhi

13 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic
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Dr. Shushil Kumar B.D.S., M.D.S. Dentist, New Delhi
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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Dr. Shushil Kumar is a popular Dentist in New Delhi, Delhi. He has helped numerous patients in his 13 years of experience as a Dentist. He has done B.D.S., M.D.S. . He is currently practising at Kalpanta Dental Care and Implantology Centre in New Delhi, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Shushil Kumar on Lybrate.com.

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B.D.S. - Sardar Patel Post Graduate Institute of Dental Medical Sciences - 2005
M.D.S. - Hyderabad Medical College - 2009
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Kalpanta Dental Care and Implantology Centre

G 3-5, Savitri Plaza-I, Plot No. 5, LSC II,, Opp. Ajanta Apartment, IP ExtensionNew Delhi Get Directions
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I have a big gap between my front two teeth! I haven't visited any dentist yet, but my parents say I'll have to put braces which I do not want! Please help me what can I do to reduce the gap between my front two teeth!

PERIODONTIST, B.D.S.
Dentist, Navi Mumbai
I have a big gap between my front two teeth! I haven't visited any dentist yet, but my parents say I'll have to put b...
For correction of this big gap you need braces treatment only. You have to visit a orthodontist for that. Don't worry if you are worried about your appearance, then there are various methods by which it doesn't look that bad. - you can select tooth colored braces - you can place braces on inner side so it won't be visible from front.
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I had my molar tooth extracted 2 months ago doctor stitched my gums now it is quite well but I am unable to eat something crispy because of risk of injury in gums which I had once, there is some space in my gums and the next tooth over there what can I do?

BDS
Dentist,
I had my molar tooth extracted 2 months ago doctor stitched my gums now it is quite well but I am unable to eat somet...
If you leave the edentulous space as it is there is a chance of you getting a pathological migration which is drifting of the adjacent teeth in the area of lost tooth. It is better to replace with either an implant or a fixed prosthesis.
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I am 19 years old male, getting 2-3 mouth ulcers every month. Blood test done. Why I am having so much mouth ulcers? HB-12.8 (13.5-17.5) RBC-6.8 (4.8-5.6) WBC- 6800 (4500-11000) PLATELETS-168000 (150000-425000) neutrophil-54 (40-74) LYMPHOCYTES- 40 (25-44) monocyte-02 (03-05) eosinophil- 04 (02-06) basophil- 00 (0-1) BAND CELL - 0 CELL PACKED VOLUME- 41.3 (41-53) MCV-61 (80-100) MCH-19 (26-34) MCHC-31 (31-37) RDW-CV-14.7 (11.6-14) ESR-12 (0-20) RBC MORPHOLOGY- MICROCYTIC AND HYPOCHROMIC.

BDS
Dentist, Delhi
I am 19 years old male, getting 2-3 mouth ulcers every month. Blood test done. Why I am having so much mouth ulcers?
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Microcytic hypochromic Rbc could suggest an underlying anaemia. Most likely iron deficiency anaemia. Some more blood investigations like total iron binding capacity and iron levels could be needed to confirm. Consult your physician for the same. Plus having gastritis can also put you at an increased risk of mouth ulcers. So my suggestion is treat the underlying causes first, ulcers will be taken care of. Good luck.
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While drinking any cold things my teeth start severe aching. It pains till 15mins it's in tolerable. Kindly tell me how to cure it.

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
While drinking any cold things my teeth start severe aching. It pains till 15mins it's in tolerable. Kindly tell me h...
The type of treatment you have for toothache will depend on the cause of the pain, so your dentist will examine your mouth and may carry out an X-ray to try to identify the problem. ���If your toothache is caused by tooth decay, your dentist will remove the decayed area and replace it with a filling. ���If your toothache is caused by a loose or broken filling, the filling will be taken out, any decay will be removed and a new filling put in place. ���If the pulp inside your tooth is infected, you may need root canal treatment. This procedure involves removing the infected pulp and then inserting a special type of filling to seal the tooth and prevent re-infection. ���If your toothache can't be treated using these methods, or if your tooth is impacted (wedged between another tooth and your jaw), it may need to be removed.
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My tooth is loose and moving. It is causing pain but it is not coming out/falling. Shall I visit a dentist? Does it require my BP and sugar to be normal?

Post-Graduate Certificate in Oral Implantology (PGCOI), Certificate In Cosmetic Dentistry, Diploma In Facial Aesthetics, BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
My tooth is loose and moving. It is causing pain but it is not coming out/falling. Shall I visit a dentist? Does it r...
Hello yes for the tooth to be removed the sugar and b.p should be normal. You can take your medication for b.p and sugar and get it removed because your tooth is already loose so it won't create much problem. Also follow proper instructions after removal. Regards.
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From more than 5 year, I have pain in my gums. My gums are very weak puffy and red sore. My gum also bleed very frequently and whenever I spit. My mouth smell really very bad. One year ago my teeth is professionally cleaned and polished by dentist but still I am having problems in my gum. They are becoming worse and worse every day tell me please what to do.

BDS
Dentist, Kolar
From more than 5 year, I have pain in my gums. My gums are very weak puffy and red sore. My gum also bleed very frequ...
Gums bleeding is due to infection in gums. Get scalling done by dentist. Use proper brushing techniques. Brush, floss n use mouthwash twice daily. Massage your gums with metrygyl dg gel thrice daily. Keep your tongue clean. Rinse your mouth well after each meal. Visit your dentist for dental checkup as you could b worse suffering from periodontitis. Take care.
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My right side upper wisdom tooth is paining. Doctor advised that it is due to cavity and better remove it. For wisdom teeth root canal treatment is not worth doing? If it removed, whether the side teeth are weakened?

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
My right side upper wisdom tooth is paining. Doctor advised that it is due to cavity and better remove it. For wisdom...
If the wisdom teeth is cavitated it is better to remove since it does not help greatly in chewing. Its removal does not affects another teeth.
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Is dental implant can close gaps? And please tell me that veneers have any side effect? How do long this?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Is dental implant can close gaps?
And please tell me that veneers have any side effect? How do long this?
Hello lybrate-user. There are various modalities to consider so it is better to consult a dentist in person and discuss the options.
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why yellow teeth?

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
why yellow teeth?
There are two related reasons why your teeth slowly turn from white to yellow. The first well known one is foods and drinks that stain them directly and the 8 worst offenders for doing this will be covered ahead.

The second less commonly known reason is acids in certain foods and particularly drinks that wear away your teeth’s white enamel coating. Soda for instance is highly acidic and regularly leaving it sitting on your teeth can start to wear down their protective outer layer.

Why teeth turn yellow
When it’s at its thickest, tooth enamel is naturally white. Unfortunately as it is worn down it becomes translucent and starts to show through to the next layer of the tooth underneath called dentin.

This dentin layer of your teeth has a naturally yellower tone to it than that of the enamel that covers it, so the thinner your enamel layer becomes the more yellow your teeth will appear. This is why many elderly people have relatively yellow teeth. The longer you’ve had your teeth, the more chance you have to wear down their white protective coatings.

8 Foods and Drinks That Cause Yellow Teeth
Ahead are a list of foods and drinks that are some of the worst culprits for making your teeth go yellow. The reason that most of them have made this list is that they not only stain, but they are also acidic and can wear away enamel, so providing a double whammy of teeth yellowing.

While some of the drinks and foods that cause your teeth to turn yellow are unhealthy anyway and worth avoiding, one or two of these are otherwise good for you and following this list is a couple of surprisingly simple things you can do to minimize the damage these foods and drinks do to your teeth without giving them up.

Black Tea
black tea causes yellow teeth
Black tea is full of tannins that promote teeth staining and it is considered one of the most problematic drinks for teeth discoloration.

It’s particularly bad if you have it with other staining foods and drinks (anything you’d have trouble washing out of a white shirt counts) as these tannins tend to increased the way other heavily colored compounds adhere to the dental enamel surface.

Green tea is considered much less likely to cause problems and healthier as well, so making the switch to it could be a good thing to do for your future smile.

Cola, Soda and Sports Drinks
The phosphoric and citric acids in colas and many other sodas, along with their massive amounts of acidic sugar, all wear down tooth enamel.While cola, with its ammonia based caramel coloring and significant acid levels is worse, even lightly colored sodas are acidic enough to damage the enamel of your teeth.Sugary Sweets
Hard candies and brightly colored sweets that you chew are a big problem for teeth staining, not just because of their high sugar content, but also because of the length of time they stay in your mouth.

The longer it is the more damage they can do to your teeth’s defenses and the general rule with these sweets, and any other foods and drinks on this list, is if it can stain your tongue, it’ll probably be slowly staining your teeth.

Red and White Wine
red and white wine cause yellow teeth
Red wine is well known teeth stainer due to its deeply colored polyphenols and tannins. White wine is also a problem as its tannins and acidic nature primes your tooth enamel for staining from any other of the foods and drinks on this list if you have them around the same time.

Don't think that by drinking white wine you can avoid problems as it is just as bad, if not worse.​

Curry and Other Sauces
curry causes yellow teeth
Brightly colored sauces like curries, sweet chili and tomato sauce can attach to porous dental enamel so you probably don’t want to leave them sitting on your teeth for too long.

Interestingly, having a starter of salad greens or steamed vegetables like broccoli or cauliflower has been shown to create a protective layer over your tooth enamel to lessen the chance of them staining. So eat your greens, especially at the start of your meal. They’re really good for you and your teeth.

Conditments
Table condiments like soy sauce, balsamic vinegar and ketchup are believed to contribute to teeth staining and you’d definitely want to follow the simple suggestions coming up ahead after using any of these.

Fruit Juices

While not quite on a par with cola or bizarrely colored sports drinks, commercial fruit juices are actually much more acidic than most people realize and particularly the brightly colored ones are a problem if you want to keep your teeth white.

Freshly made juices aren’t processed in the same way so aren’t as much of a problem acid wise, but you still don’t really want them lingering on your teeth for a long time.

Brightly Colored Fruits and Vegetables
While very healthy for you, some fruits, berries and vegetables like pomegranates, blueberries and beet are loaded with strongly colored compounds such as polyphenols. These substances are very beneficial inside our bodies, but not so much on our teeth.

Rather than avoiding the most healthy category on our list, let’s have a look at 2 ways you can minimize the staining potential of any of these foods and drinks.

2 Simple Ways to Prevent Yellow Teeth
You might be tempted, after reading about how staining and acidic to your teeth some of your favorite foods and drinks can be, to reach for your toothbrush straight after eating them. That would be a mistake.

Dental enamel actually becomes softer after eating one of these foods or drinking one of these drinks for at least half an hour afterwards. Brushing during this time may actually make things worse by wearing away the weakened enamel. Fortunately it should harden again within the hour so you can brush your teeth with a soft bristled toothbrush then if you like.

A better way is to remember to do 2 simple things after eating or drinking any of the suspects on the list above.

The first is to have a big sip of water after you’ve finished your meal or drink and swirl it around your mouth to clear away any acids or staining compounds. Just remembering this alone can make a big difference to how white your teeth stay.

The second is to actively try and get more saliva into your mouth after eating and let it move over your teeth. It’s easy to do after a sip of water and saliva is your mouth’s natural defense against enamel erosion, staining and cavities.

You’ve probably heard of chewing sugar-free gum after a meal for the same reason, but it isn’t needed (most sugar-free gum contains potentially dangerous aspartame so it’s best avoided). As long as you swirled water around first, you should be easily able to build up a little extra saliva and do the same again with it.

Before long this will become a habit that will keep your teeth strong, white and protected, even if you eat and drink some of the things on the list fairly often.


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What should I do for eradication yellowness of my tooth, I'm feeling so disgusting while I laughing, talking and others. I cleans my tooth regularly. It happens after I eat anything but not felling bad smell me and also others. So please prescribe me for this.

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Dentist, Howrah
What should I do for eradication yellowness of my tooth, I'm feeling so disgusting while I laughing, talking and othe...
Hello .you can do oral prophylaxis and in office bleeching. You can visit your local dentist for the same.
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