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Dr. Sumit Anand  - Dentist, New Delhi

Dr. Sumit Anand

90 (23 ratings)
Bachelor of Dental Surgery

Dentist, New Delhi

3 Years Experience  ·  199 at clinic
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Dr. Sumit Anand 90% (23 ratings) Bachelor of Dental Surgery Dentist, New Delhi
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He has been a practicing Dentist for 3 years. He has done Bachelor of Dental Surgery . Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Sumit Anand on Lybrate.com.

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Bachelor of Dental Surgery - Manipal College of Dental Sciences, Maipal - 2015
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English
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W-Bengali

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Doctor I am 18 years old, yesterday I ask a question to give the name of the tablet for teeth pain ,but after taking tablet also not getting relief, previously before 4 years I got a rootcanol treatment but they did not put cap for that teeth. But now its become infection .now what can I do. Severe pain is coming I use katorol, paracetamol,ibuprofen but there no relief only pain is increasing. What can I do. There is any powerful tablet for this pain please .i want tablet for temporarily reducing the pain for 1 week. Because now I am in hostel. After 7 days I will go to my home .then I will attend to operation. But until I want to stop the pain. From three days I am getting this pain. Outside I am not crying but inside the pain is very high. Please doctor. Give me the solution. After 2 days I have semester exams .so please.

Bachelor of Dental Surgery
Dentist, Delhi
Doctor I am  18 years old, yesterday I ask a question to give the name of the tablet for teeth pain ,but after taking...
It's good that you have decided to see a dentist soon as your present dental condition warrants prompt dental care. Until you see your dentist, to manage this acute and severe pain do the following: Take Combiflam tablet 3 times a day after every meal. Combiflam is a combination drug containing ibuprofen 400 mg and paracetamol 325 mg, therefore it works by synergistic action of both the drugs to relieve pain and inflammation. Also get Listerine mouthwash and immediately start using it twice daily, that should keep the infection in check for a while which will be helpful in controlling pain. Also apply ice packs on the outside of your cheek. Avoid very hot, cold, and sweet foods and drinks.
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Subah sokar uthne pr mere muh se bhot buri badbu aati hai. Aur din me kbhi kbhi lagta h halka pus aaya aur ek badbu ka jhonka sa aata hai.

Bachelor of Dental Surgery
Dentist, Delhi
Subah sokar uthne pr mere muh se bhot buri badbu aati hai. Aur din me kbhi kbhi lagta h halka pus aaya aur ek badbu k...
Poor oral hygiene, gum or periodontal diseases, dry mouth, smoking, and tobacco use are some contributing factors for bad breath medically known as Halitosis. You should: 1.) Brush twice daily with Colgate Total Action toothpaste, use tongue cleaner, and change brush every 3 months. 2.) Use dental floss regularly. 3.) Keep the mouth moist by regularly drinking water, or keeping non-sugar edible item in mouth to keep the saliva flowing. 4.) Avoid smoking and tobacco. 5.) Use Listerine mouthwash twice daily. 6.) Avoid food causing bad smell. Eg- Garlic, onions. 7.) Visit a dentist to check for any gum or periodontal diseases.
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Am taking pan Masala and have ulcer problem in mouth and my lips are going to black and some black patches in mouth pls advice medicine and am quiting this habit now.

Bachelor of Dental Surgery
Dentist, Delhi
Am taking pan Masala and have ulcer problem in mouth and my lips are going to black and some black patches in mouth p...
It's good that you have decided to quit this habit as any treatment is bound to fail without stopping this habit. Apply Hexigel on the ulcers and take Becosule capsule once daily for 2 weeks. Avoid smoking and alcohol too for now. Visit a dentist for proper examination of your oral tissues as it is very critical considering your habit of Pan Masala. Any serious issue if present needs to be detected at the earliest for best treatment outcome.
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Hi I am 22 years old Last week I was suffering from cold took medication and now I am fine but when I wake up in the morning last two or three days I have a dot of blood mix in my saliva but after that whole day my saliva is normal my throat has become red when I brush my gums swell cause bleeding what should I do.

Bachelor of Dental Surgery
Dentist, Delhi
First and foremost you need to get scaling and polishing done from a dentist. Thereafter you need to maintain good oral hygiene by brushing twice daily, use of tongue cleaner, regular use of Listerine mouthwash. The blood could be either from gums or an after effect of your throat infection. If the blood is from gums then scaling polishing along with good oral hygiene will resolve the issue. If blood is from throat infection it will resolve by itself in a few days as the infection clears completely.
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I am not able to chew food from my left side now days. Upper left side gap was filled before 5 month with silver mixture. This month it was paining again, when consult dentist asked me to do root canal. Without that can I be? Or if it vvic wht is the coast?

Bachelor of Dental Surgery
Dentist, Delhi
I am not able to chew food from my left side now days.
Upper left side gap was filled before 5 month with silver mixt...
Sometimes due to various reasons there can be a secondary tooth decay below the filling in the teeth that were previously treated and filled. An X-Ray will reveal the exact spread of the decay. If the decay has not reached pulp then the treatment would be to take out the previous filling, remove the further decayed portion of the tooth and place a new filling. If the X-Ray of your tooth shows the infection involving the pulp then Root Canal Treatment needs to be done. As you have mentioned that you are not able to chew food at all, I suspect that pulp may have got involved and RCT may be required for you. The total cost may start from ₹2000 and go upwards depending on teeth, dentist, location, crown etc.
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My mouth not open properly because I take supari many years ago I suffer teeth problem and also I do not eaten spicy food.

Bachelor of Dental Surgery
Dentist, Delhi
You may have a case of Oral Submucous Fibrosis. The right approach for you would be to completely abstain from supari, tobacco etc which you have been rightly doing. Not eating spicy food is the right approach too. Avoiding alcohol will also be beneficial. You should have food rich in Vitamin A, B,C, and iron. As a supplement you can take Zincovit Tablet. As for mouth opening, it is restricted by fibrous bands formed inside the mouth due to your previous habits. The treatment involves balanced diet, supplements as mentioned above, injections inside the buccal mucosa, or surgical incisions if it's a progressive and severely limiting condition. Try to keep a good oral hygiene by brushing twice daily and using mouthwashes I would suggest you to get yourself evaluated soon for this condition as well as the teeth problems you have mentioned.
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I have a problem of bad breathe and I have visited dentist and he confirmed that I don't have any cavity. What can be the solution.

Bachelor of Dental Surgery
Dentist, Delhi
I have a problem of bad breathe and I have visited dentist and he confirmed that I don't have any cavity. What can be...
Poor oral hygiene, gum or periodontal infections, dry mouth, smoking and tobacco use are some of the contributing factors for bad breath medically known as Halitosis. You can try following: 1.) Brush twice daily with fluoride toothpaste, use tongue cleaner, change brush in 3 months. 2.) Use dental floss regularly. 3.) Keep the mouth moist. You can regularly drink water or keep non sugar edible items in mouth to keep the saliva flowing. 4.) Avoid smoking and tobacco. 5.) Use Listerine mouthwash twice daily. 6.) Avoid food causing bad smell.
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I have been suffering from bad breath and bad smell coming from my mouth from my childhood. Sometimes it depends on the place we live and climate. But Daily after brushing my teeth also some bad smell coming out of my mouth. If I drink more water the effect is same. Sometimes it is embarrassing to speak in front of others. Please suggest me the solution.

Bachelor of Dental Surgery
Dentist, Delhi
I have been suffering from bad breath and bad smell coming from my mouth from my childhood. Sometimes it depends on t...
Poor oral hygiene, gum or periodontal diseases, dry mouth, smoking, and tobacco use are some contributing factors for bad breath medically known as Halitosis. You should: 1.) Brush twice daily with Colgate Total Action toothpaste, use tongue cleaner, and change brush every 3 months. 2.) Use dental floss regularly. 3.) Keep the mouth moist by regularly drinking water, or keeping non-sugar edible item in mouth to keep the saliva flowing. 4.) Avoid smoking and tobacco. 5.) Use Listerine mouthwash twice daily. 6.) Avoid food causing bad smell. Eg- Garlic, onions. 7.) Visit a dentist for oral cavity evaluation and get scaling polishing done.
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I am suffering damaged teeth incase that teeth removed what happened right side upper last teeth.

Bachelor of Dental Surgery
Dentist, Delhi
I am suffering damaged teeth incase that teeth removed what happened right side upper last teeth.
In your case if the right upper last tooth is 3rd molar then extraction of it will not require any replacement teeth. The 3rd molars are not very functional tooth and do not play any major role in eating and chewing. Therefore even if you lose it then there would not be any significant impact. However if your last right upper teeth is 2nd molar you might need to get prosthodontic replacement especially if the right lower 2nd molar is still present, otherwise the lower 2nd molar might get elongated in absence of upper 2nd molar.
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I often have mouth sores which don't go away for nearly a week. Is there any medication for that?

Bachelor of Dental Surgery
Dentist, Delhi
I often have mouth sores which don't go away for nearly a week. Is there any medication for that?
1.) Avoid hot, spicy, salty, or acidic foods and beverages. Eg- lemons, oranges, pineapples, apples, tomatoes 2.) Take Becosule Capsule daily for 2 weeks. 3.) Reduced stress level helps as stress is a causing factor. 4.) Avoid tobacco and limit alcohol. 5.) Meanwhile apply Hexigel ointment on the sores for relief.
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