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Dr. (Major) Varun Nischal - Dentist, Gurgaon

Dr. (Major) Varun Nischal

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BDS (Gold Medalist)

Dentist, Gurgaon

10 Years Experience ₹200 online
Dr. (Major) Varun Nischal 92% (212 ratings) BDS (Gold Medalist) Dentist, Gurgaon
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I am committed to work with sacrosanct dedication toward my patients with complete ethics, empathy and soft-skills, upholding the piousness of dental profession and ensuring a transparent......more
I am committed to work with sacrosanct dedication toward my patients with complete ethics, empathy and soft-skills, upholding the piousness of dental profession and ensuring a transparent, unbiased and rational treatment approach.
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I am an Ex-Army Dental Corps (Indian Army) Officer with versatile and explicit clinical and administrative experience of almost 10 years. I have had the opportunity to work at various government and corporate dental organizations during my long career in the dental sphere and have catered to almost 30,000 patients during all these years. My foundations lay strong on the principles of ethics, benevolence and empathy and I uphold the dental interests of my umpteen patients in high esteem. Being an unfettered, maverick dental surgeon, I am continuing to carve those giggles and flamboyant smiles with all my zeal and clinical finesse.

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BDS (Gold Medalist) - SDM College of Dental Sciences & Hospital, Dharwad - 2007
Past Experience
Clinic Head at Clove Dental
Dental Officer & Officer Commanding at Military Dental Centre, Indian Army
Dental Officer at ECHS Polyclinic, Base Hospital (Army)
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Consultant Dental Surgeon at Dental Realm
Multi-Specialty Intern at SDM College of Dental Sciences & Hospital, Dharwad
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Gold Medalist (Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery) -
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Indian Dental Association

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Nuggets of Wisdom: Tooth Decay

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
Nuggets of Wisdom: Tooth Decay

Causes of Tooth Decay

The bacteria in plaque react with sugar in the foods and drinks we consume to produce acids. Over time, the acid in plaque can begin to breakdown the hard outer surface of the tooth (the enamel) to form a cavity. At this stage, you may not have any symptoms at all. If left untreated, the cavity can progress to the deeper, softer layer of the tooth (dentine). At this stage, you may experience sensitivity to hot and cold when eating and drinking. Finally, decay can then expose the nerves (the pulp) inside a tooth. Exposure of the pulp to bacteria may cause a dental abscess which can be very painful.

Tooth decay can occur:

  • On the biting surfaces of teeth
  • Between teeth
  • On root surfaces
  • Around existing fillings and crowns (recurrent decay).

Advice on preventing Tooth Decay

For most people, the presence and progression of decay is heavily influenced by their lifestyle.

Therefore, there are several things that can be done to help prevent it;

    • Good oral hygiene: Brush your teeth twice a day for two-three minutes using toothpaste that contains fluoride
    • You should also floss in between your teeth (this particularly helps prevent decay in between your teeth)
    • Limit the frequency and amount of sugary food and drinks you consume
    • Visit your dentist regularly
    • What can my dentist do?
    • Your dentist should carefully examine your teeth to check for decay. Decay can sometimes be detected using vision alone.

Your dentist should also take x-rays when necessary (there are guidelines your dentist can follow that recommend the intervals at which x-rays should be taken). The x-rays can detect decay in between your teeth and they can also help determine the extent of any decay.

Your dentist can clean your teeth to remove plaque, provide tailored instruction on how to keep your teeth clean and give you advice on your diet. They will advise you on how regularly you should attend for check-ups – the frequency is determined by how ‘at-risk’ you are of developing decay.

Tooth Decay Treatment

If your dentist detects decay at an early stage, the treatment is simple and non- invasive. He or she will advise you on the measures that you can take to help prevent the decay from progressing further. A fluoride varnish may be applied to help stop the decay progressing.

If the decay is detected at a later stage, your dentist will need to place a filling after decay has been removed. Larger cavities may need a crown.

If decay has reached a very advanced stage, you may need Root Canal Treatment or even Tooth Extraction.

Nuggets of Wisdom: Gum Disease

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
Nuggets of Wisdom: Gum Disease

Gum disease (gingivitis) is inflammation of the gums. It is caused by the build-up of plaque on the teeth. Plaque is a colourless film of bacteria that constantly forms on teeth.If plaque is not removed, it will cause your gums to become red and swollen. They may also bleed during brushing and you may suffer from bad breath (halitosis).

If gum disease is left untreated, it can irreversibly affect the bone that holds your teeth in your jaw. This is known as periodontal disease. Untreated periodontal disease can ultimately lead to gum recession, gum infections, pain, loose teeth and tooth loss.

Gum disease is not generally painful until it reaches an advanced stage. Therefore, you may not even be aware that you have it until you see your dentist.

More information on Gum Disease

A list of frequently asked questions and answers on the subject of Gum Disease:

Preventing Gum Disease

Gum disease can usually be prevented by:

  • Excellent oral hygiene at home
  • Regular visits to your dentist. They will examine the health of your gums and bone levels using special instruments.

You are at higher risk of developing gum disease if you smoke. Some medical conditions, such as diabetes, can also increase your risk of developing gum disease. In these cases, it is crucial that you visit your dentist regularly who will advise you on the preventative steps you can take to avoid gum disease.

Gum Disease Treatment

Early gum disease can be treated by maintaining good oral hygiene at home to prevent the build-up of plaque. Your dentist will advise you of a suitable routine – generally it includes brushing and flossing twice a day. Your dentist may clean (scale) your teeth to remove any plaque build-up.

If gum disease has progressed to an advanced stage, treatment becomes much more complex. You may need referral to a specialist periodontist. Treatment can include deep cleaning (root planing), surgery and extraction.

Signs of Gum Disease and Periodontitis

Healthy gums are usually firm and pink. Some of the early signs of gum disease and periodontal disease are:

  • Bleeding gums when brushing teeth
  • Swollen or red gums
  • Bad breath
  • A foul taste in the mouth
  • Gum abscesses start to develop.

You should explain these symptoms to your dentist who will then advise you on your best course of action.

Nuggets of Wisdom: Wisdom Teeth

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
Nuggets of Wisdom: Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth (or third molars) are the last set of teeth that come through (erupt). There are usually 4 wisdom teeth – one in each corner of your mouth. Generally, they erupt during the late teens or twenties.

Sometimes, there is insufficient space for the wisdom teeth to erupt into their normal position. This means that they may erupt at an angle (impacted) or only come through partially (partial eruption).

Impacted Wisdom Teeth

An impacted wisdom tooth may cause no problems at all. Commonly, however, impaction can make effective oral hygiene around the area very difficult leading to the build-up of food and bacteria. This can lead to several complications:

  • Pain and discomfort
  • Decay of the wisdom tooth
  • Decay of the molar in front of the wisdom tooth
  • Gum inflammation and soreness (pericoronitis)
  • An incorrectly angled wisdom tooth may also damage the molar in front of it.

The treatment options for impacted Wisdom Teeth

Impacted teeth require no treatment if they are healthy and are causing no problems.

Simple local measures can sometimes be the only required treatment. These include improved oral hygiene and the use of an antiseptic mouthwash.

Finally, some impacted teeth will need removal. Removal of wisdom teeth is not without risk. Therefore, their removal is only recommended if advised by your dentist.

Wisdom Tooth Removal Process

Generally, the more impacted the wisdom tooth is, the more complex the procedure to remove it. An important nerve in the lower jaw can sometimes be very intimately related to the wisdom tooth which will make its removal more risky.

  1. Your dentist will take an x-ray of the wisdom tooth to determine how complex and risky the procedure might be. They may then decide to refer you to a specialist oral surgeon.
  2. In cases where there is a nerve lying in close relationship to the wisdom tooth, a coronectomy may be the preferred treatment option in order to eliminate the risk of injury to that nerve.
  3. The removal of wisdom teeth is usually performed under local anaesthetic. An incision is made in the gum and the bone encasing the wisdom tooth is carefully removed. The wisdom tooth is sometimes divided into smaller pieces and each piece is removed. You are likely to need some stitches afterwards.
  4. You may experience some discomfort and swelling for a few days after the procedure. Your dentist will advise you on measures that can be taken to alleviate any symptoms and to help prevent an infection from developing.

Possible complications of Wisdom Tooth removal

  • Dry Socket – A common complication is an infection in the empty tooth socket. This is more likely to occur if the procedure was lengthy and/or difficult, if you smoke and in the absence of appropriate socket after-care.
  • Damage to the adjacent molar tooth
  • Nerve Damage – Damage to the nerves that are positioned close to the roots of lower wisdom teeth. This can result in debilitating temporary or permanent numbness in the tongue, teeth, gums, lower lip and chin.

Careful planning and excellent technical skill by your dentist will reduce the risk of complications.

Nuggets of Wisdom: Dental Implants

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
Nuggets of Wisdom: Dental Implants

DENTAL IMPLANT ADVICE

Dental implants are metal posts that are fixed into the jawbone. They are then used to support a crown (if you are replacing a single tooth) or to support a bridge or denture (to replace multiple missing teeth). Getting dental implants is a complex and invasive dental procedure, which should be carried out by a dentist who has extra qualifications and experience in this type of treatment.

Required Criterea for Dental Implants

If you have a missing tooth (or teeth) your dentist should discuss all the treatment options available to you to replace it. If you both think that dental implants are a potential treatment option, your dentist should spend considerable time assessing your suitability.

Preparation

Precise planning is extremely important and crucial to the success of dental implants. Your dentist will need to be appropriately trained to place implants. Otherwise, they will refer you to an oral surgeon or a restorative or prosthodontic specialist. You should note that there is no such thing in the UK as a registered specialist implantologist, and dentists who claim this title are potentially misleading patients.

Suitability

Your dentist will consider many factors before deciding whether you are suitable for implant(s). These factors will include:

  • Your general medical health including your smoking history
  • The health of your gums and other teeth
  • The quality, height and width of your bone
  • Whether there is sufficient space for implant(s).

Your dentist will use a variety of diagnostic tools, including x-rays, when assessing your suitability for implants. If these have not been checked by your dentist you may experience implant failure, or serious complications from dental implant surgery.

Dental Implant Procedure

  1. The procedure is usually done under local anaesthetic. The dentist will drill a hole into your jawbone into which the implant is placed
  2. As the jawbone heals, it fuses with the implant (osseointegration)
  3. Your dentist will then ask you to come back to have the crown, bridge or denture fitted.

Lifespan of Dental Implants

Dental implants should last a lifetime. The crown, bridge or denture – which the implant carries – will require replacement approximately every 10-12 years.

Nuggets of Wisdom: Root Canal Treatment

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
Nuggets of Wisdom: Root Canal Treatment

(RCT) or endodontic treatment is the procedure dentists use to treat infected teeth or teeth which have died. It involves removing the dead or dying material and then “filling in” the root canals inside the teeth.

POSSIBLE REASONS FOR ROOT CANAL TREATMENT

A tooth becomes infected when bacteria enters the nerve (pulp) of the tooth. This can occur due to:

  • Dental Decay – including decay around existing fillings
  • Existing deep or leaking fillings
  • Trauma.

Most commonly, you will become aware of an infected tooth due to toothache. If early infection is left untreated this can lead to a dental abscess which is a collection of pus in the bone underneath the infected tooth.

ROOT CANAL TREATMENT PROCESS

  1. RCT should be initiated as soon as possible after a tooth infection is diagnosed.
  2. Before your dentist commences RCT, he will need an x-ray of the tooth so he can assess the anatomy of the root. At this stage, he may decide that the procedure would be best performed by a specialist endodontist.
  3. Simple single-rooted tooth RCT can be completed in about an hour and a half. Multi-rooted teeth and more complex cases may take several dental visits to complete.
  4. RCT is often done under local anaesthetic on teeth which are isolated from saliva and soft tissue by use of a sheet of rubber placed over the tooth, called a rubber dam. Once the rubber dam is in place your dentist will drill into the tooth to gain access to the root canal system in the centre of the tooth. He will then look for the entrance to the root canal(s). Once all the canals have been found, they are cleaned and shaped using various instruments. The length of the canal(s) is determined by x-rays and/or an electronic device.
  5. The canals are then permanently filled to prevent bacteria from re-entering the canal system. A final x-ray is then taken to check the canals have been filled completely and to the correct length.
  6. Root filled teeth are more likely to fracture than healthy teeth and you will require a crown to protect your tooth after the root treatment has been done.
  7. After RCT, you may experience a little discomfort for a few days, but this will then disappear, leaving a tooth which feels normal, just like its neighbours.

Nuggets of Wisdom: Tooth Extraction

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
Nuggets of Wisdom: Tooth Extraction

What is Tooth Extraction?

When an entire permanent tooth is removed from its socket in the jawbone this is known as tooth extraction.

Possible Reasons for Tooth Extraction:

There are number of reasons why teeth may need to be removed. If you’re experiencing a certain level of tooth decay, they may require extraction in order to prevent further issues. Gum disease can lead to the loosening of teeth, so if there is too much damage to be repaired, your dentist may suggest removal. Additionally, extra teeth may develop in the mouth causing it to become crowded, which will therefore lead to extraction. Wisdom teeth removal is also a common procedure carried out by dentists.

Ways to prevent Tooth Extraction

There are number of precautions you can take to potentially prevent it. Regular check-ups with your dentist will enable you to monitor the state of your teeth and catch any signs of decay in the early stages. Looking after your teeth in terms of regular brushing, as well as limiting your sugar intake will also decrease your chances of needing an extraction.

Tooth Extraction process

A tooth should not be extracted unless you have undergone a thorough oral examination by your dentist, which in most cases will include an x-ray in order to establish the best way to complete the removal. It’s also important you ensure that your dentist is aware of your dental and medical history before the treatment commences.

It’s common for a simple extraction to take place using local anaesthetic, which will remove pain throughout the procedure allowing the tooth to be loosened and removed. Although you will be conscious during the treatment, discomfort will be reduced to a minimum as the area is numbed before the extraction attempt.

A more complex procedure is known as a surgical extraction, which may be carried out by oral surgeons and usually involves a section of the gum being cut and peeled back before bone is removed and the tooth is extracted. The flap of gum is then sewed back into place to allow healing to occur.

Nuggets of Wisdom: Root Canal Treatment

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon

(RCT) or endodontic treatment is the procedure dentists use to treat infected teeth or teeth which have died. It involves removing the dead or dying material and then “filling in” the root canals inside the teeth.

Possible reasons for Root Canal Treatment

A tooth becomes infected when bacteria enters the nerve (pulp) of the tooth. This can occur due to:

  • Dental Decay – including decay around existing fillings
  • Existing deep or leaking fillings
  • Trauma.

Most commonly, you will become aware of an infected tooth due to toothache. If early infection is left untreated this can lead to a dental abscess which is a collection of pus in the bone underneath the infected tooth.

Root Canal Treatment Process

  1. RCT should be initiated as soon as possible after a tooth infection is diagnosed.
  2. Before your dentist commences RCT, he will need an x-ray of the tooth so he can assess the anatomy of the root. At this stage, he may decide that the procedure would be best performed by a specialist endodontist.
  3. Simple single-rooted tooth RCT can be completed in about an hour and a half. Multi-rooted teeth and more complex cases may take several dental visits to complete.
  4. RCT is often done under local anaesthetic on teeth which are isolated from saliva and soft tissue by use of a sheet of rubber placed over the tooth, called a rubber dam. Once the rubber dam is in place your dentist will drill into the tooth to gain access to the root canal system in the centre of the tooth. He will then look for the entrance to the root canal(s). Once all the canals have been found, they are cleaned and shaped using various instruments. The length of the canal(s) is determined by x-rays and/or an electronic device.
  5. The canals are then permanently filled to prevent bacteria from re-entering the canal system. A final x-ray is then taken to check the canals have been filled completely and to the correct length.
  6. Root filled teeth are more likely to fracture than healthy teeth and you will require a crown to protect your tooth after the root treatment has been done.
  7. After RCT, you may experience a little discomfort for a few days, but this will then disappear, leaving a tooth which feels normal, just like its neighbours.

Is it possible to reduce the size of front teeth? Any kind of treatment for large teeth to maintain and make them little?

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
Is it possible to reduce the size of front teeth? Any kind of treatment for large teeth to maintain and make them lit...
Dear Lybrate User, You should visit your dentist for more help on this issue. Yes it's possible to reduce the size of your front teeth and bring them in harmonious alignment with the teeth in the arch but the treatment options may vary from simple grinding (a little bit) to putting crowns on the teeth. We cannot simply over-grind the teeth as that leads to severe tooth sensitivity. Instead, your dentist would decide as at what option works the best in your case by examining your teeth, taking impressions and analysing the smile profile. Good Luck!
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I have a small hard lump beside my last molar. It is extremely painful. My teeth pains sometimes too if there's food stuck in it. Does it look like cancer?

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
I have a small hard lump beside my last molar. It is extremely painful. My teeth pains sometimes too if there's food ...
Dear Lybrate User, Try not to worry by labelling the lump as Cancer. The lump or swelling might have cropped up due to some infection of the teeth or the gums and needs to be investigated by a dentist. Such lumps or swellings could be thoroughly and easily investigated by your dentist or a specialist dentist and if need be, a biopsy can be done to rule out any malignancy. At this point though, try not to be anxious and immediately get yourself examined by a dentist. Good Luck!
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I had undergone disimpaction of 3rd upper n lower molars before 1 month. Now I am feeling pain on biting on the adjacent teeth. Do I need rct or it's paining bcz its not healed yet.

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
I had undergone disimpaction of 3rd upper n lower molars before 1 month. Now I am feeling pain on biting on the adjac...
Dear Lybrate User, You have partially answered your queries yourself. The post-operative healing after wisdom teeth extraction normally depends on the amount of wear and tear that had taken place during the extraction and also on the way you have taken care of the extraction wounds after the extraction, as advised by your dentist. Regular medication as prescribed by the dentist helps heal the wounds in less than 15 days if everything is good. There could be a possibility of decay with your second last molars that would become evident upon taking an X-Ray of those teeth. Visit your dentist for more comprehensive diagnosis and the ultimate relief of pain. You might not require RCTs and just a simple restoration (filling) will take care of the problem. Good Luck!
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I just removed my tooth but it's base is still there as the dentist is unable to extract it because of excessive pain. So if still left there does it cause any harm in future.

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
I just removed my tooth but it's base is still there as the dentist is unable to extract it because of excessive pain...
Dear Lybrate User, By base you mean to say that the remaining tooth or root structure (a root stump to be precise!) has been left behind by you dentist while extracting the tooth. Now if the tooth was already infected, leaving the tooth or root fragment like that might call for infection and pain in the future. If the dentist has left the last bit of the root inside which is not loose and accessible, it might be left in-situ. You need the dentist to take an X-Ray of the remaining tooth or root to determine its precise location. For all practical purposes, if you do not have any symptoms, you may defer the extraction but if you have lingering pain or any infection, you MUST get the remaining portion extracted by some more specialised dentist like an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon. Take Care!
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Sir I very eaten a pan surprising of that pan stuck between my wisdom tooth and upper skin so it become a sore with a little hole and some skin got over there if I touch my tongue there there is little thickness in skin and the sore is not going to heal as I tough my tongue there it is felt little tease there. And this is continue since last 22 days now I am frightening with this what is the solution for this?

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
Sir I very eaten a pan surprising of that pan stuck between my wisdom tooth and upper skin so it become a sore with a...
Dear Lybrate User, From the description of your symptoms, it seems that the pan particles got stuck up between the gums overlying your wisdom tooth or probably in a cavity that has formed somewhere on your tooth. Just try to clean that area gently with a toothbrush and use a lukewarm water mouthrinse with a pinch of salt added, 3-4 times daily. Eating excessive amounts of pan, gutka and tobacco in any form is definitely harmful for the teeth, gums and surrounding oral tissues and may lead to oral cancer, if not limited. You are advised to consult your local dentist at the earliest so that the actual problem may be diagnosed and you can get rid of your trouble.
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I consulted dentist for my front 1 mm gap and for one small side teeth he suggested me for three componeer and he gives me address from which shop I can buy it its been 20 days and he is saying it can be more than 10 days to reach I am fed of can I get a better option than componeer which is easily available and better than componeer.

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Dentist, Gurgaon
I consulted dentist for my front 1 mm gap and for one small side teeth he suggested me for three componeer and he giv...
Dear Lybrate User, As you have already mentioned that your dentist is going to place componeers on your front teeth to close the diastema (gap), you can patiently talk out the exact time of the procedure with him/her. Componeers would be a cheaper option as compared to traditional Orthodontic Braces/Appliances. It's your personla choice now to decide whether you want to go in for an expensive treatment or a less cheaper one. The results of Orthodontic treatment are almost life-long but the Componeers do not remain throughout life. Choose wisely, live well!
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Mera beta 11 months ka hai uske teeth nikal rhe hai usse loose motion lag gae hai and wo bhot week ho gaya hai mai aisa kya karu wo thk ho jae calceria ki tablet de rhe hu 2 morning mai and 2 night mai.

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Dentist, Gurgaon
Mera beta 11 months ka hai uske teeth nikal rhe hai usse loose motion lag gae hai and wo bhot week ho gaya hai mai ai...
Dear Lybrate User, Ghabraaiye mat, kabh-kabhi aisa ho jaata hai. Teething ke time aisi problems ho jaati hain chhote bachhon ke saath. Aap apne bete ko kisi achhe Child Specialist ko turant dikhaayein. Agar zaroorat pade, to Dentist ke paas bhi le jaayein. Ghabraayein nahin!
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After having my food I feel my mouth getting saliva and dry and I feel so thirst and drink more water and also have frequent urination. What is the reason? please help me for that

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
After having my food I feel my mouth getting saliva and dry and I feel so thirst and drink more water and also have f...
Dear Lybrate User, Nothing to be worried of. Just keep sipping plenty of water throughout the day and chew on some sugarfree chewing-gum (like Orbit or Happydent), 2-3 times a day. The weather these days is quite sultry and often humid so that could cause such problems. Meanwhile, just get a random blood sugar test done. If need be after that, go in for a fasting and post-prandial test. Get yourself examined by your local dentist at the soonest possible.
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I am suffering from ache in my right jaw since 3 days. Even I am unable to eat properly. The jaw ache increases in the night whenever I go to sleep. please let me know what the prob is. I am not suffering from any cavity in my teeth. Thanks.

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
I am suffering from ache in my right jaw since 3 days. Even I am unable to eat properly. The jaw ache increases in th...
Dear Lybrate User, the pain in the jaw could be due to a lot of reasons including decayed teeth, gum and bone infections, muscle and joint stiffness. In your case, there might be an underlying decay that has evaded your eyes and only a dentist can visually inspect the region. Or there could be a gum infection. You must visit a dentist at the earliest to seek complete relief from your symptoms. All the best!
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Tooth aching and Needs a Root canal treatment as soon as possible. With the Nice doctor.

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Dentist, Gurgaon
Tooth aching and Needs a Root canal treatment as soon as possible. With the Nice doctor.
Dear Lybrate User, It's hard to know that the patient requires a Root Canal Treatment. But now that you know of it, do not delay in getting the treatment initiated by a General Dentist or even an Endodontist (Root Canal Specialist). Root Canal Treatment is a very simple procedure that every qualified dentist can perform. Only in cases of complex situations, a specialist's help is sought (Endodontist). Good luck!
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My upper as well as lower teeth are protruding out. I feel embarrassing when speaking. Is there a way to make them properly set as Normal.

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Dentist, Gurgaon
My upper as well as lower teeth are protruding out. I feel embarrassing when speaking. Is there a way to make them pr...
Dear Lybrate User, The good news for you is that you are having the right age to get your teeth set in the optimal position. You need Orthodontic treatment (braces) and should consult an Orthodontist (braces specialist) at the earliest without losing much of a time. The treatment which is initiated at the right age, is bound to bring positive and appealing results. Good Luck!
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My lips cut little by her teeth. During kissing. Little blood came out I think. Have any side effect? Or should I take medicine.

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Dentist, Gurgaon
My lips cut little by her teeth. During kissing.
Little blood came out I think. Have any side effect? Or should I tak...
Dear Lybrate User! No need to panic. Your lips must have got dried or chapped owing to the weather these days. Just apply vaseline or glycerine to your lips and keep them moist throughout. They will heal up well. Happy Smiles to you!
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I want to know while doing liplock what will happen and when I was kissing my lover lips it will getting smell.

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Dentist, Gurgaon
I want to know while doing liplock what will happen and when I was kissing my lover lips it will getting smell.
Dear Lybrate User, You can safely go ahead with your personal moment and nothing will happen per se except that take care not to lacerate your and your partner's lips. Chapped lips do call for an emollient application like glycerine or vaseline, to keep the lips moist. Enjoy!
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