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Dr. Subah Gupta

BDS

Dentist, Delhi

24 Years Experience
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Dr. Subah Gupta is a renowned Dentist in Yamuna Vihar, Delhi. She has helped numerous patients in her 24 years of experience as a Dentist. She has done BDS . You can consult Dr. Subah Gupta at Affinity Speciality Dental Centre in Yamuna Vihar, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Subah Gupta on Lybrate.com.

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BDS - Mahe Institute of Dental Sciences Hospital, - 1994
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English
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#B-3/46 A, Yamuna Vihar, Near Bhajanpura, IBP Petrol Pump, Yamuna Vihar Road, Vijay Park, Shahdara, DelhiDelhi Get Directions
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When I am eating food tic tic sound is coming from my left jaw like bones are starching.

BDS, FOI, MDS - Orthodontics, FPFA, Ph.D.
Dentist, Ahmedabad
When I am eating food tic tic sound is coming from my left jaw like bones are starching.
Its because of temporal-mandibular joint disorder. There r many reasons for that eg. Malalign teeth. Visit orthodontist. Splint therapy is must in such cases. Otherwise it will become painful in future.
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I have a oily skin. I have got rashes on my skin. I even feel itching sometime. Moreover I am suffering from mouth ulcers. So, what should I do?

BDS, MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Advanced course in maxillofacial sugery
Dentist, Lucknow
I have a oily skin. I have got rashes on my skin. I even feel itching sometime. Moreover I am suffering from mouth ul...
For mouth ulcers take bnc cap once daily use metrogyldg gel for local apl for rest contact a dermatologist rule out allergies.
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Oral Health

BDS, PGDACR
Dentist, Udaipur
Oral Health

Tongue cleaning is as important as brushing and flossing. Use of a proper tongue scraper every morning will remove tongue plaque and freshen your breath.

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Hi, What is polishing of teeth? Can it remove plaque deposit? How is it done? Is it painful?

BDS, MDS
Dentist, Gorakhpur
Hi, What is polishing of teeth? Can it remove plaque deposit? How is it done? Is it painful?
No not at all painful. Polishing is done to restore microscopic roughness of your teeth after scaling. It will prevent your teeth from easy staining and food deposition after scaling.
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Few days back I fell down and have a half broken front tooth.What can I do for it?

BDS
Dentist, Jhansi
Consult your dentist asap.There is no need to worry for the loss,you can rebuild the broken part aesthetically and functionally.
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I have problem of halitosis from previous 5 years, I clean my teeth and tongue well everyday, but problem is not solved please suggest me the solution.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
I have problem of halitosis from previous 5 years, I clean my teeth and tongue well everyday, but problem is not solv...
Hello, Halitosis, colloquially called bad breath, or fetor oris, is a symptom in which a noticeably unpleasant odor is present on the exhaled breath. Of those who have genuine halitosis, often the odor is caused by bacteria present below the gumline and on the back of the tongue. The remaining 10% is accounted for by many different conditions, including disorders in the nasal cavity, sinuses, throat, lungs, esophagus, stomach or elsewhere. Very rarely, halitosis can be one of many symptoms of a serious underlying medical condition such as liver failure; but, in the vast majority of cases, the cause is minor and can often be reduced by adjustments to oral hygiene, including brushing or gently scraping the back of the tongue and improving the health of the gums by using dental floss. The intensity of bad breath may differ during the day, due to eating certain foods (such as garlic, onions, meat, fish, and cheese), smoking,[12] and alcohol consumption. Since the mouth is exposed to less oxygen[medical citation needed] and is inactive during the night, the odor is usually worse upon awakening ("morning breath"). Bad breath may be transient, often disappearing following eating, drinking, tooth brushing, flossing, or rinsing with specialized mouthwash. Use SBL’s Homeodent toothpaste twice (morning & night) a day daily.
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I am suffering from Submucous Fibrosis (OSF) and I recently asked for advice which I got to consult a surgeon and getting a surgery and physiotherapy done but is there any other way to cure it at home without any consultation? No matter how hard it might be.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
Medical Care The treatment of patients with oral submucous fibrosis depends on the degree of clinical involvement. If the disease is detected at a very early stage, cessation of the habit is sufficient. Most patients with oral submucous fibrosis present with moderate-to-severe disease. Moderate-to-severe oral submucous fibrosis is irreversible. Medical treatment is symptomatic and predominantly aimed at improving mouth movements. Treatment strategies are described below. [4] The role of these treatments is still evolving. The US Food and Drug Administration has not yet approved these drugs for the treatment of oral submucous fibrosis. Steroids In patients with moderate oral submucous fibrosis, weekly submucosal intralesional injections or topical application of steroids may help prevent further damage. Placental extracts The rationale for using placental extract in patients with oral submucous fibrosis derives from its proposed anti-inflammatory effect, [58] hence, preventing or inhibiting mucosal damage. Cessation of areca nut chewing and submucosal administration of aqueous extract of healthy human placental extract (Placentrex) has shown marked improvement of the condition. [45] Hyaluronidase The use of topical hyaluronidase has been shown to improve symptoms more quickly than steroids alone. Hyaluronidase can also be added to intralesional steroid preparations. The combination of steroids and topical hyaluronidase shows better long-term results than either agent used alone. [59] IFN-gamma This plays a role in the treatment of patients with oral submucous fibrosis because of its immunoregulatory effect. IFN-gamma is a known antifibrotic cytokine. IFN-gamma, through its effect of altering collagen synthesis, appears to be a key factor to the treatment of patients with oral submucous fibrosis, and intralesional injections of the cytokine may have a significant therapeutic effect on oral submucous fibrosis. [60] Lycopene Newer studies highlight the benefit of this oral nutritional supplement at a daily dose of 16 mg. Mouth opening in 2 treatment arms (40 patients total) was statistically improved in patients with oral submucous fibrosis. This effect was slightly enhanced with the injection of intralesional betamethasone (two 1-mL ampules of 4 mg each) twice weekly, but the onset of effect was slightly delayed. [61] Pentoxifylline In a pilot study, 14 test subjects with advanced oral submucous fibrosis given pentoxifylline at 400 mg 3 times daily were compared to 15 age- and sex-matched diseased control subjects. Statistical improvement was noted in all measures of objective (mouth opening, tongue protrusion, and relief from fibrotic bands) and subjective (intolerance to spices, burning sensation of mouth, tinnitus, difficulty in swallowing, and difficulty in speech) symptoms over a 7-month period. [62] Further studies are needed, but this could be used in conjunction with other therapies. Surgical Care Surgical treatment is indicated in patients with severe trismus and/or biopsy results revealing dysplastic or neoplastic changes. Surgical modalities that have been used include the following: Simple excision of the fibrous bands: Excision can result in contracture of the tissue and exacerbation of the condition. Split-thickness skin grafting following bilateral temporalis myotomy or coronoidectomy: Trismus associated with oral submucous fibrosis may be due to changes in the temporalis tendon secondary to oral submucous fibrosis; therefore, skin grafts may relieve symptoms. [33] Nasolabial flaps and lingual pedicle flaps: Surgery to create flaps is performed only in patients with oral submucous fibrosis in whom the tongue is not involved. [63] KTP-532 laser: Use of a KTP-532 laser release procedure was found to increase mouth opening range in 9 patients over a 12-month follow-up period in one study. [64] ErCr: YSGG laser fibrotomy, performed under a local anesthesia: This may be a useful adjunct in managing oral submucous fibrosis. [65]Consultations Consult an ear, nose, and throat specialist for evaluation of dysplasia and close follow-up monitoring for the development of oral cancer. Consult a plastic surgeon for patients with severe trismus, in whom reconstructive surgery may be possible. Dietary focus should be on reducing exposure to the risk factors, especially the use of betel quid, and correcting any nutritional deficiencies, such as iron and vitamin B complex deficiencies. [3] Activity Physical therapy using muscle-stretching exercises for the mouth may be helpful in preventing further limitation of mouth movements. This is often combined with medical and surgical therapy. [66] Long-Term Monitoring Regular physical examinations, biopsy specimen analysis, and cytologic smear testing should be scheduled to detect oral dysplasia or carcinoma, especially in patients with severe oral submucous fibrosis. Patients with surface leukoplakias require close follow-up monitoring and repeat biopsies. Patients with dysplasias and carcinomas should receive routine treatment for these entities. [67] Watch for signs that indicate malignant change, which include the following: An unhealing ulcer in the lesion Lesion undergoing red changes (erythroplakia) A burning sensation in the mouth An exophytic mass A lump in the neck Difficulty in chewing, swallowing, or speaking.
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My teeth are turned into yellow color what should I do? I fell guilty when I smile.

BDS
Dentist, Saharanpur
My teeth are turned into yellow color what should I do? I fell guilty when I smile.
Get scaling done n brush your teeth twice a day n use dental floss n mouthwash n do warmsaline rinces 3-4 times a day n scrap your tongue twice day n tel me d status after 5 days.
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She is having pain in her teeth. She is just 8 years old. Some spot is on her teeth. So what is the reason. She is using mineral water. But eat chocolate and ice cream. Waiting for your reply. Thank you.

MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Pediatrician, Tumkur
She is having pain in her teeth. She is just 8 years old. Some spot is on her teeth. So what is the reason. She is us...
It's dental caries which usually occurs due to consumption of sticky items like chocolates and biscuits. Presently she needs filling by a pediatric dentist. Later you can prevent by proper brushing of teeth twice daily and avoiding such foods.
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My teeth's or like yellow colour. So I am shy to laughing. So I want to get my teeth white.

BHMS
Homeopath, Hooghly
My teeth's or like yellow colour. So I am shy to laughing. So I want to get my teeth white.
Brush atlst twice daily, at night brush with baking soda and rinse your mouth with lemon water, apply lemon to your teeth, use whitening toothpaste, chew few leaves of basil in the morning, this can be helpful otherwise visit a dentist.
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