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Dr. Major Meenaxe

BDS

Dentist, Gurgaon

23 Years Experience  ·  200 at clinic
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Dr. Major Meenaxe BDS Dentist, Gurgaon
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I want all my patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their health care, from treatment plans and services, to insurance coverage. Doctor is an active member of Indian Dental Asso......more
I want all my patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their health care, from treatment plans and services, to insurance coverage. Doctor is an active member of Indian Dental Association
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Dr. Major Meenaxe is an experienced Dentist in Sohna, Gurgaon. She has been a practicing Dentist for 23 years. She studied and completed BDS . You can meet Dr. Major Meenaxe personally at Me Panacea Dental Clinic in Sohna, Gurgaon. Book an appointment online with Dr. Major Meenaxe on Lybrate.com.

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Education
BDS - Buddha Institute of Dental Sciences & Hospital, Patna - 1995
Past Experience
Dental officer at Army Dental Corp
Dentist at Me panacea dental clinic
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
COAS chief of Army Staff commendation
Professional Memberships
Indian Dental Association
BNI Gurgaon

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Me Panacea Dental Clinic

A-101, South City Ii, Sohna RoadGurgaon Get Directions
200 at clinic
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My father is having dental problems removed a teeth causing him pain in the morning only but now he is having pain in the other side only pain no infection even after he took pain killer what the doctor prescribed. What to do? Anything serious.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
My father is having dental problems removed a teeth causing him pain in the morning only but now he is having pain in...
It may be a neuralgia pain... You may give him Homoeopathic medicine Coffea tosta 30 TDs... See if it helps...
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Toothbrushes should be replaced after every 3 months

BDS
Dentist, Mumbai
Replace your old tooth brush with a new one after every three to four months.
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My son's (3 years) front top two teeth are in light gray shadow. How to remove this gray shadow from teeth.

BDS, Certified Endodontics
Dentist, Delhi
My son's (3 years) front top two teeth are in light gray shadow. How to remove this gray shadow from teeth.
Hello Mr. lybrate-user thanks for your query. Well tooth discoloration can arise due to many reasons such as trauma during the developmental stage or some medications that are contraindicated in pregnancy. Well at this stage no treatment is recommended because it's very difficult to many kids at this age. But I would suggest you to keep in regular touch with your dentist and keep this under observation. Thanks and regards.
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I have my yellow teeth and I am very afraid with this please tell me how to make this white and shining. I regular brush in my teeth but unfortunately teeth is yellow am very thnk abt tht. please sir help me my problem is very big.

BDS
Dentist, Vadodara
I have my yellow teeth and I am very afraid with this please tell me how to make this white and shining. I regular br...
Go for professional scaling and polishing of teeth. This will brighten your teeth and will give it a shine. For further whiteness, go for bleaching.
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Very bad smell comes from my mouth everyday. Every time. I need urgent treatment for that.

BDS
Dentist, Jaipur
Very bad smell comes from my mouth everyday.
Every time. I need urgent treatment for that.
Hello Brush twice daily and use mouthwash after brushing every day. Visit a dentist for cleaning and routine checkup in every 6 months. Regards
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I have been facing issue of gum bleeding for 2 week and doctor recommended me for teeth cleaning. Is not there any other way to cure this?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
I have been facing issue of gum bleeding for 2 week and doctor recommended me for teeth cleaning. Is not there any ot...
Hi Rahul... There is a tar formation in teeth which promote infection... That's why it needs cleaning mostly every year or two... With that you will need to do some other things like taking vitamin C, Massage your gums with turmeric and salt twice daily.
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I sometimes feel terrible pain around my molar teeth (especially during winter season) which leads to severe pain around my neck, ear and temple. I. E. One side of my face. The molar teeth is not fully developed and has black spots in it. What might be the reason and what is the treatment?

MDS - Periodontics, BDS
Dentist, Ranchi
I sometimes feel terrible pain around my molar teeth (especially during winter season) which leads to severe pain aro...
You must be talking about last teeth in your mouth. If tooth is blocked to develop and causing severe pain, it might require extraction. X-ray is require to know the status of particular tooth.
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My mouth was paining at postmolar region, and at the base of mandible what will be the problem.

MDS - Orthodontics
Dentist, Faridabad
My mouth was paining at postmolar region, and at the base of mandible what will be the problem.
Erupting Third molar tooth or any decaying tooth may cause the problem you are suffering from. It's advisable to get the clinical examination done by a dentist.
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Oral And Dental Health

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
Oral And Dental Health

One of the most common complications of having a tooth taken out is developing a dry socket. A dry socket is when the blood clot that is supposed to be in the extraction site either doesn’t form or is displaced. This exposes the bone in the area causing a severe toothache type pain. Many of my patients have told me that the dry socket pain is worse than the toothache that caused the tooth to need to be extracted! This pain can last anywhere from a week up to 5 weeks. Most dry sockets resolve in the shorter end of that range and will always resolve on their own whether you seek treatment or not. Some types of treatment will actually extend the healing time so keep that in mind.

So how do you know if you have a dry socket? Most dry sockets follow a relatively predictable pattern.

  • Tooth pain from an extraction generally peaks and starts to quickly decrease within 24-48 hours after the extraction. A dry socket on the other hand usually starts 3-5 days after having a tooth taken out.
  • Dry sockets have a much higher incidence after removal of impacted wisdom teeth (especially bottom wisdom teeth) as well as after difficult extractions.
  • Risk factors include smoking, using straws, spitting, taking birth control medication, and the intake of hot liquids and foods in the first day or two after the extraction.
  • Oftentimes you’ll see a hollow area where the tooth came out and sometimes you can see or feel the exposed bone.
  • If you notice pus coming out of the area, it may be infected rather than a dry socket. This is much less likely than a dry socket but can cause similar pain and in a similar time frame. See your dentist for sure if you are concerned it may be infected.

It is important to realize that while a dry socket can be miserably painful, there are no health consequences associated with it. All treatment seeks to manage the symptoms until the area is able to heal on it’s own. Studies have been pretty inconclusive as to what treatment, if any, is best for managing dry sockets. Let’s take a look at some of the things you can do at home.

  • Practice prevention. Avoid smoking for as long as you can manage after the extraction. 3 days minimum and longer is better. Don’t use straws or spit. Avoid hot foods for the first day or two after the extraction.
  • Take 600-800 mg of Ibuprofen every 6 hours on the dot. If you only take it when it hurts you’ll get into a bad pain cycle that is hard to get out of. Staying ahead of the pain is important.
  • Rinse any debris out of the socket. Food tends to get trapped down in there and can cause problems. The easiest way to do this is with a curved monoject syringe. Your dentist usually has these or you can sometimes get them at a pharmacy. An alternative would be a standard oral medication syringe (like you’d use to give medications to kids). As long as you reach the tip into the socket, it’ll work fine. Put some water in it and gently rinse the socket out. Don’t be forceful as this can also displace blood clots.
  • DIY Dry Socket Medications – Most medication materials that dentist’s use for dry sockets have some combination of eugenol (oil of cloves) and an anesthetic such as benzocaine as well as some other minor ingredients. Oil of cloves and benzocaine are both medications you can purchase over the counter. The best thing to do is make a 50/50 mixture of these two things and dip a piece of cotton in it.  Take a pair of tweezers or something similar that can hold the cotton and push the cotton into the socket. Make sure your cotton piece is big enough that when you push it into the socket you have enough sticking out the top to remove it. Leave it in for a couple of minutes and then remove. You don’t want to leave this in the socket long term as it will slow/stop healing. This combination of medications will help relieve some of the pain and you can do this several times a day.
  • If all else fails, remember that the DENTIST is just a stone throw distance away!
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How much salt or sodium is good for me? How much sugar is good for me? Which foods and drinks containing sugar cause tooth decay?

Diploma in Diabetology, MBBS
Endocrinologist, Mumbai
How much salt or sodium is good for me?
How much sugar is good for me?
Which foods and drinks containing sugar cause ...
Approximately 4-6 gms of sodium is sufficient for your daily needs.This equals about 2 tsps of common salt. 2-3 tsps of sugar can suffice daily, however this should include any sweets, dessert, and your tea, coffee etc. Try to avoid free sugar intake.... instead have dried fruits & fresh fruits.
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