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Wisdom Tooth Removal Procedure
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Dr. Seerat explained my treatment plan with clarity and patience. She was very efficient at treating my tooth and relieving my pain. Thanks doctor.
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Dear experts/specialists, Please help. I have an issue with bad breath. I visit dentist once in a year and according to him my teeth are very clean and maintained. Whatever bad breath is coming, it is occurring due to poor digestion, nasal drip or due to throat issue. Fyi, I have a running nose tendency while eating food, brushing teeth. I myself feel the bad breath within throat area and always feel that some food particles are stuck in throat and that is causing bad breath. Also, I read on Google that this may be due to liver not functioning properly. I want to get rid of this bad breath issue permanently so please guide about next to do's, which kind of doctor shall I see in Pune etc? Any help, advice would be highly appreciated.
Sir, How much should be a cost for a laser therapy and I want to know about the side effects if it is done. Alongside I want to know that it is permanent color or not?
Maintaining good oral hygiene is very simple if you follow these basic tips and incorporate some healthy habits in your daily routine. A little care goes a long way in ensuring that your smile stays bright and your teeth stay strong. A healthy smile resides in a healthy body. Value your smile and follow these simple tips for your oral health.
- Going to the dentist at least twice a year is the best preventive measure that you can take to spot anything unusual going on in your mouth or jaws.
- Brushing twice daily with a fluoridated toothpaste is very important for healthy, cavity-free teeth. Don't aim to simply scrub your teeth, rather clean them gently using proper brushing technique.
- Many people don't consider Flossing to be essential for oral health but if you don't floss, you miss cleaning almost 35% of your tooth surfaces. If you're unaware of the technique, ask your dentist to demonstrate it for you.
- If you often find food particles getting stuck between your teeth, use an interdental brush or floss but Don't ever dig in using a toothpick. It leads to gum recession.
- Using a frayed, worn out toothbrush for your teeth is as good as not brushing at all. Make sure you change your toothbrush after every 3 months. Keep it at least 6ft away from the toilet area. Keep it dry as a wet toothbrush attracts bacterial growth and clean it ocasionally by washing it with warm water to get rid of the bacteria.
- The tongue plays an important role in reducing bad breath but it is often forgotten while brushing. Keep your tongue clean and scrape off all food debris using a tongue cleaner.
- Having a good diet is equally vital for your oral health as it is for your overall health. Include healthy, Vitamin C rich citrus fruits in your diet as they are highly beneficial for your gum health. Consume plenty of water and fluids to keep yourself hydrated. It also helps in reducing the incidence of mouth ulcers. Avoid taking excess of aerated drinks/soda.
It's a myth that since a child's milk teeth are bound to fall off, they don't require any special care or dental treatment. Several researches and studies have proved that any decay or damage to a child's milk teeth leads to problems that affect the permanent teeth as well. Also, a mother's improper dental hygiene during pregnancy proves to be harmful for the developing baby. Here are some useful tips if you're planning a baby or if you already are a proud mother of one!
- Your dental health also contributes to your overall health. Just like you pay regular visits to your Gynaecologist during pregnancy, make sure you also find yourself a friendly, neighbourhood dentist to take care of yours and your child's teeth.
- The hormonal upsurge during pregnancy casts its effects on your gum health too. This leads to increased inflammation and plaque build-up in your oral cavity resulting in gazillions of bacteria in your mouth. What goes in your mouth, goes inside your body too. All these bacteria are transferred through the blood stream to your baby resulting in the following ill effects:
- Preterm babies with low birth weight
- Increased risk of premature delivery
- Gum bleeding
- Do not defer your dental treatment. Most dental treatments can be safely done during the second trimester. Any emergency dental problem can be taken care of after obtaining a consent from your gynaecologist.
- First visit, first tooth. The first milk tooh appears at 6 months of age and that's when you need to schedule your baby's first appointment with the dentist. Keep your kid's gum pads clean by wiping them with a clean wet gauze pad or wash cloth after every feeding. Start brushing your child's teeth with a kid-sized toothbrush when milk teeth begin to erupt. Don't let your child sleep with sweetened milk bottle or pacifier in the mouth.
- Be a role model. Overcome your own apprehensions related to dentistry and inspire your children to take care of their oral health. Good dental habits need to be taught at an early age. Monitor your kid's toothbrushing till 8-9 years of age. Teach them the importance of regular dental visits.
Follow these useful tips and pass on a healthy legacy to your child. A mother always wants to give the best of everything to her children and what's better than a healthy smile.
Dear doctor. I have a 3 years old kid (boy) he have a tooth decay problem .all of the teeth is damage and crown of all the teeth had finished and remain teeth become black. Many doctor told me permanent teeth will damage if I will not treat my kid teeth and doctor suggest me treatment through anesthesia but I am very afraid and worry about my kid please suggest me the genuine guidance which is suitable to my child.
I am 39 years old but due to cavity in teeth both side of jaw all teeth broken and upper jaw also one teeth each cavity.
How to clean yellow spots on teeth. They a from a long time on my teeth. And I brush my teeth daily.
From last 1-2 months my mouth bleeds (cavity) And there is also a bad smell which comes from my mouth. Kindly suggest what precaution should I take.
I am having recurring mouth ulcer for 5 years. And my vitamin b12 level is 367 it is normal or I am suffering from vitamin b12 deficiency.
Wisdom teeth or third molars are the last teeth to erupt in the oral cavity and probably the ones which cause the most discomfort. The normal age for eruption of wisdom teeth is 18-25 years. If they don't fully erupt within this time period, there are a lot of chances that they are never gonna fully come out. With passing years, evolution and change in our dietary habits, the size of our jaws has decreased, hence they are unable to accommodate the third molars. As a result, the third molars often erupt partially, tilted, rotated or do not erupt at all (stay impacted). But this doesn't mean that unerupted teeth do not cause any problems. Impacted wisdom teeth often lead to caries and infection in adjacent second molars and disturb the occlusion (relation of upper and lower teeth). On the other hand, partially erupted third molars cause recurrent episodes of pericoronitis causing pain which also radiates to ear and head, infection because of improper cleaning and food accumulation around swollen gums, caries and swelling in the jaw.
If you're suffering from these symptoms, consult your dentist immediately who can then decide whether to remove it or not. Rinsing your mouth with warm salt water or beta-dine solution also helps.
The ultimate solution is to get these teeth extracted in time to avoid all these long term complications. Removal of impacted or partially erupted wisdom teeth does not have any effect on our chewing. It avoids unnecessary problem to adjacent teeth. It's a chair side minor surgical procedure performed under local anesthesia with no dire side effects.
So spare yourself the pain and act wisely!
My above teeth area constantly paining after I done toothpaste because may be I injured some area while doing brush hard. What are the remedies or medicine to reduce pain.
When I ate something or chew. My mouth bones get locked and it annoyance me that hurts me too much when I ate something please suggest me something.
Mera teeth main cavity ho gaya he. Dard bhi kar raha he. Teeth me black spot ho gaya hai. Aur teeth main gaad ho gaya he. Please doctor ji jald iske ilazz bataye. Kuch anti bacterial medicine ho to iske liye batayie.
On Saturday I had removed my wisdom teeth till now swelling is there what should I do to reduce swelling I am taking medicines also applying ice pack and doing hot water and salt gargle.
I an suffering from teeth pain. Sir I decided that I'll remove teeth. But doctor said that the gap will not fill after that. Is there any serious problem if I will not fill the gap by artificial teeth?
Hi, I use to drink warm water with lemon and jeera, I heard lemon makes damage the teeth enamel, if it is true, please suggest me any other drink that I can take to remove toxins everyday.
I ate sweet today and got tooth pain On my most of the teeth all around I got yellow yellow something, My one of the teeth is holed and broken that pains and just on below my right cheek on right of my chin I got may be mounted muscle tumor type actually may not be tumor but when I press it my that damage teeth pains that thing and my teeth is related may be.
Many of us out there avoid going to dentists for a routine visit. We suffer in pain, we wait, we try home remedies, we neglect and then we complain that Dentistry is Expensive. For example, a simple carious tooth which can be treated by a not so costly filling is allowed to decay and the treatment plan shifts to an expensive one. Who is held responsible for that? Ironically, it's the Dentist who is blamed to charge more but not the patient who delayed his/her treatment by abusing pain killers and antibiotics.
It's an old saying- NIP THE EVIL IN THE BUD; almost all dental problems can be avoided by paying 6 monthly visits to your friendly neighbourhood dentist. Dental visits should begin as early as a child's first birthday. Paying a consultation/PRIDE MONEY of RS 200-300 to your dentist twice a year can prove to be highly beneficial. So don't let the fear of the UNKNOWN prevent you from getting yourself checked. You have the liberty to choose your doctor who can build a good equation with you. Lack of oral health awareness among the masses is the reason for increasing dental problems among people of all age groups. Remember- Oral health for overall health. Long standing dental infections and decaying teeth can affect your heart, can lead to stroke, pregnancy complications etc.
Be smart, eat healthy and keep that smile on!