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Dr. Renu Singh - Dentist, Gurgaon

Dr. Renu Singh

90 (44 ratings)
BDS, Certificate of Oral Implantology, Certification in Aesthetic Dental Mate...

Dentist, Gurgaon

22 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹50 online
Dr. Renu Singh 90% (44 ratings) BDS, Certificate of Oral Implantology, Certification in A... Dentist, Gurgaon
22 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹50 online
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She has been a practicing Dentist for 21 years. She is a qualified BDS. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Renu Singh on Lybrate.com.

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BDS - Govt. Dental College Hospital, Patiala - 1996
Certificate of Oral Implantology - American Board of Oral Implantology - 2002
Certification in Aesthetic Dental Materials & Treatments - CA - 1999
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Fellow of the Royal Society of Health (FRSH)
Indian Dental Association

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Extraction of Wisdom Tooth - Things To Remember!

BDS
Dentist, Delhi
Extraction of Wisdom Tooth - Things To Remember!

Unlike other teeth which erupt at specific period of time, the wisdom teeth, in normal adults, erupt anytime from late teenage years to adulthood.  The refined food habits in the recent times have reduced the need for a third molar. Also, our jaw sizes have reduced with evolution, and oftentimes, there is less space for these to erupt completely, causing their impaction. The chances of infection developing within the tooth and in the surrounding tissues is very high, requiring removal. Before you go ahead with removal, know the following four things.

  1. Get a buddy: In addition to the effects of anesthesia, there also would be moderate pain and discomfort, depending on how traumatic the extraction was. It is always best to have someone accompany you for the visit. This also helps you reach home safely without having to drive.
  2. Numb tongue and lips: The wisdom tooth removal is done under a local anesthesia where the entire quadrant is numbed before the procedure. Therefore, the chances of chewing on the tongue and the lip are quite high. Be careful to consciously avoid this as there are a lot of people who do not feel pain, but continue to chew on the tongue or lip and end up with injuries.
  3. Pain Management: Once the effect of anesthesia wears off, the pain will slowly set in, and will depend on how traumatic the extraction was. It is always advisable to take a pain killer before the anesthetic effect wears off, usually 30 to 40 minutes after the extraction process is over.
  4. Diet: For the first couple of days, stay on a completely soft diet with nothing spicy, hard, or hot to eat. One of the best things to have after an extraction is an ice cream, which can be continued for a couple of days after the extraction. Yogurt, smoothies, milkshakes, mashed vegetables and well-cooked rice are all good food choices.
  5. Smoking: If you have had an extraction, avoid smoking for at least a week. The negative pressure created during smoking can dislodge the clot that is formed in the tooth socket. This can lead to a complication called dry socket, which can be very painful. Avoid smoking at all costs, especially with wisdom tooth extractions.
  6. Postoperative follow-up: Based on the complexity of the extraction, a postoperative follow-up would be required. Be prompt in following up with your dentist for suture removal, check on socket healing and postoperative irrigation of the surgical site. Resume routine oral hygiene practices as recommended by the doctor.

Wisdom tooth removal requires a little extra caution as compared to a normal extraction, the ideal thing to do is to follow your dentist’s advice.

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I'm 19 years old and I have been noticing changing colour of my teeth, white to yellowish. What can be best done to reverse this? might things like mouth cleaning dentist be suggested?thank you.

Advanced Aesthetics, BDS
Dentist, Mumbai
Hi, you need to get a professional cleaning done. If that does not help then you may go for teeth whitening.
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How long do dental implants take to heal? Is there any possibility immediate implants and the cost of immediate implants?

MFDS RCPS (Glasgow), MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, BDS
Dentist, Delhi
How long do dental implants take to heal? Is there any possibility immediate implants and the cost of immediate impla...
Hi lybrate-user Dental implants are usually healed and ready to be restored with the artificial crown in 2 to 3 months. Immediate implants are very much possible, although the final decision to place the implant is usually made after the extraction has been completed, and we may not go ahead with the implant placement if the site doesn't seem appropriate for the same.
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Sir/Mam, when I goes to brush my tooths. Then its bleed littlemuch. Whts the reason of bleeding.

BDS
Dentist, Howrah
Sir/Mam, when I goes to brush my tooths. Then its bleed littlemuch. Whts the reason of bleeding.
Because of Pyria it can bleed. Brush your tooth twice in a day, properly. Wash after eating food. Atleast once in a year visit dentist for scaling treatment & for regular check-up.
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I got root canal done in one of my teeth last year, but I am not able to eat with this teeth, it pains after 2-3 days and there is so much of swelling in gums around.

Dentist, Gorakhpur
I got root canal done in one of my teeth last year, but I am not able to eat with this teeth, it pains after 2-3 days...
After RCT if pain still persists and there is swelling around tooth, then immediately consult your dentist for this. He will do an x-ray of that tooth and advice you for that. It may be possible that he will do re-RCT of that tooth.
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Sir , i get frequent bite on my cheek due to the tooth 2nd from wisdom tooth in upper jaw. I am 60 yrs. What i should do ?

Oral Implantologist (New York University), Advanced Aesthetic Oral & Dental Surgeon. BDS (India)
Dentist, Mumbai
Have the biting started recently or present since a long time? You might need to extract your tooth if it is severely out of line or you can also cover (crown) your tooth to eliminate the cheek biting problem.
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Hi I've been experiencing pain in the gums and in my teeth (1) when I eat or drink cold items (2)when some thing gets stuck in gums (3)when I eat sweet(4)when I chew hard stuff. I'm 54 years and never I had those problems earlier.Please suggest remedy ?

BDS
Dentist, Mumbai
This sir is most probably due to weakening of bone support and gums.Which is why you are having gaps.I suggest sir that you consult your local dentist for thorough cleaning and oral prophylaxis, check for cavities , use fluoride toothpastes.And mouthwashes. Also regularly please floss your teeth with dental floss.
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Want to know how many sitting are required for root canal treatment, and what is approximate rate for same.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Want to know how many sitting are required for root canal treatment, and what is approximate rate for same.
The number of sitting depends on the intensity of the affection and number of teeth. Also the cost differs according to that and dentist also. So it is better to consult nearby dentist.
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I started having symptoms a year ago. My vision went blurry, my ears started ringing & I got so dizzy. I have pressure in my ears like they are full and they both ring constantly. I am 27 years old male, I most definitely can't see straight, as my vision is just not right. Its making everything looks like blurry and foggy. I feel light headache, vertigo and inability to concentrate. I have Tmj also. Can tmj cause tinnitus?

MDS Prosthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Delhi
I started having symptoms a year ago. My vision went blurry, my ears started ringing & I got so dizzy. I have pressur...
yes tmds can cause tinnitus and headaches but definitely not blurred vision. cause can be varying from attrition to irregular bite( malocclusion). in such conditions splints play significant role.
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