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Dr. Shailee Sood

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Dr. Shailee Sood is one of the best Dentists in Sector-14, Gurgaon. She is currently practising at Shivam Dental Clinic in Sector-14, Gurgaon. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Shailee Sood on Lybrate.com.

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Shivam Dental Clinic

Gurgaon Sector 14, GurgaonGurgaon Get Directions
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Sir My name is arun. I am suffering to tooth pain that called it akkaldaadh. So pls tell me medicine this pain.

BDS
Dentist, Vadodara
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My name is arun. I am suffering to tooth pain that called it akkaldaadh. So pls tell me medicine this pain.
Get your teeth x rayed. Than only dentist can decide what needs to be done. If its erupting normally, just take painkillers to reduce pain n do salt water gargle. If there is infection in the surrounding gums, the dentist can remove it for you. If the tooth is struck in the jaw, than you have to get the tooth removed.
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My son teeth is very yellow they do brush a single time in a day what I can do to make my children teeth white and clear.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Hyderabad
My son teeth is very yellow they do brush a single time in a day what I can do to make my children teeth white and cl...
Homoeopathy has good treatment without causing adverse effects. Give your son homoeopathic medicine silicea 30 twice daily in the morning and in the evening and give feedback after 6 days.
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Sir, give me reason of hypersalivation and its remedy, kuch din mere mouth me khub sara saliva aya raha hai. Now may kaya karunga.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
Sir, give me reason of hypersalivation and its remedy, kuch din mere mouth me khub sara saliva aya raha hai. Now may ...
Hypersalivation is not a disease but usually a symptom of another underlying condition. These other factors can range from easily treated and common causes to rare diseases. Saliva is a clear liquid produced by the salivary glands in the mouth. It moistens food and aids swallowing. It also contains enzymes that help with digestion. Saliva can help to heal wounds and remove germs from the mouth, as well as prevent dryness and act as a barrier against irritants and toxins. On average, a healthy person produces between 0.75 and 1.5 liters of saliva each day. Saliva production peaks when a person is eating and is at its lowest during sleep. Too much saliva can cause problems with talking and eating, along with chapped lips and skin infections. Hypersalivation and drooling can also cause social anxiety and diminished self-esteem. Hypersalivation can be the result of: excessive saliva production an inability to effectively swallow or clear saliva from the mouth difficulty keeping the mouth closed Causes of excessive saliva production, leading to hypersalivation, include: morning sickness or nausea during pregnancy sinus, throat, or peritonsillar infections poisonous spider bites, reptile venom, and poisonous mushrooms false teeth ulcers, inflammation, or pain in the mouth poor oral hygiene severe infections such as rabies or tuberculosis severe or sudden pain regurgitation of saliva during heartburn jaw fractures or dislocation Difficulty swallowing or clearing saliva from the mouth can be caused by or associated with some underlying conditions, including Down syndrome, autism, ALS, stroke, and Parkinson's disease. If a person also has a sensory dysfunction, they may not always realize that they are drooling. Causes of an inability to keep the mouth closed, which can result in drooling, include poor neuromuscular control of the muscles around the mouth. Cerebral palsy is an example of such a condition. Difficulty keeping saliva in the mouth can also be due to: poor head and lip control a constantly open mouth impaired tactile sensation an enlarged tongue or poor tongue mobility poor teeth alignment nasal blockage Hypersalivation can also result from non-medical conditions, such as seeing, smelling, or tasting food, or even just thinking about food. It can also be caused by chewing gum or by feelings of excitement and anxiety. Symptoms Symptoms of hypersalivation include drooling, spitting, and excessive swallowing. Other related symptoms include: chapped lips softening and damage to the skin around the mouth infection of the skin around the mouth bad breath dehydration speech disturbance pneumonia poor sense of taste Hypersalivation and drooling may also cause psychological complications and social anxiety, as well impact their ability to eat or speak. People who experience hypersalivation are more likely to inhale saliva, food, or fluids into their lungs, which can lead to aspiration pneumonia. This may happen when the gagging and coughing reflexes are impaired. Diagnosis The aim of diagnosing hypersalivation is to pinpoint the underlying cause and then to recommend the best available treatment for each affected person. A diagnosis is important, as some of the potential causes of hypersalivation have serious complications. To diagnose hypersalivation, a doctor may include an examination of the following: the mouth, teeth, and surrounding skin tongue control, swallowing ability, and jaw stability tonsils and nasal airways alertness and emotional state hydration, hunger, and head posture A doctor will usually consider it necessary to assess other criteria, including: existing medical conditions and ongoing medication how and when hypersalivation occurs the amount of extra saliva produced whether or not the problem is constant or intermittent any adverse effects on daily life Once the cause of hypersalivation is established, a doctor may take the following factors into account when recommending a treatment: severity and complications age and mental status whether hypersalivation is chronic or temporary associated neurological conditions the possibility of improvement Treatment and management Dealing with hypersalivation is about treating the underlying condition that is causing it, as well as managing the immediate effects of excess saliva in the mouth. Depending on the cause, the treatment can include certain types of therapies, medications, and home remedies. In extreme cases, surgery may be considered. Therapy: This can include behavioral modification and speech therapy. People experiencing hypersalivation may benefit from help with posture and head control. They can also learn techniques for lip closure, better tongue control, and swallowing. Medication: The aim of medication for hypersalivation is to reduce salvia production. Anticholinergic medication may be used, although it has a range of side effects, including drowsiness, restlessness, irritability, urinary retention, constipation, and flushing. Treatment can also include a beta-blocker or botulinum toxin (Botox). Home remedies: Drinking plenty of water can reduce saliva production. Tooth-brushing and rinsing with mouthwash can also temporarily dry out the mouth. The successful management of hypersalivation and the resulting drooling can improve a person's confidence and self-esteem. Some causes of hypersalivation may clear up over time without treatment. Such causes include pregnancy, anxiety, and minor injuries. Other causes can pose more serious medical challenges. This category includes neurological causes and nerve disorders. If chronic conditions are the cause, treatment may include lifelong management of a person's hypersalivation.

I am having offensive bad breathe chronic. Used so many toothpaste but bad breathe remains. Also checked from ENT & he said throat is ok. I am in habit of chewing tobacco. Please advise me.

MDS ORAL MEDICINE AND ORAL RADIOLOGY
Dentist,
Stop using chewing tobacco. Brush twice daily and also do tongue cleaning. Try mouthrinses. 0.2% chlorhexidine mixed with water 1: 1 ratio use twice daily for two weeks.

I have a problem in my teeth and its like sensitivity and also for that I have headache please help me for thia.

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
I have a problem in my teeth and its like sensitivity and also for that I have headache please help me for thia.
A major cause of tooth sensitivity is root exposure. Kindly consult a dentist in person for further suggestion. We need more investigations with clinical examination to decide upon treatment. You may need cleaning along with desensitizing procedures and / or artificial enamel filling and / or root canal treatment. Advance procedures can be done with laser too. Until then apply a desensitizing paste (sensodyne tooth paste) on the teeth. Wait for 10 to 15 min until you brush your teeth with the same paste. Applying it overnight will be better.

10 din se jaw pain halka halka hota hai baat karne se thoda jyada hota hai pls give good advice.

BDS
Dentist, Delhi
10 din se jaw pain halka halka hota hai baat karne se thoda jyada hota hai pls give good advice.
Visit a dentist. You may have some cavity due to which your teeth are more sensitivity. Intermittent pain may increase to continuous pain.

Hi i am eighteen year old I am regularly use toothbrush with and clean my teeth but my teeth yellow.

BDS
Dentist, Nashik
Like skin we have also got different shades in our teeth also if natural shade of your teeth is yellow then we cant do much about it. Yes bleaching is one option available for whiting of teeth if these yellow stains are external then cleaning of teeth will take care of your stains.

Can ent fix the jaw disallighment without surgery. I am suffering from jaw disallighnment from past 22 month my left side masseter muscle has grownout wards it feels very awkward.

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Jamshedpur
Can ent fix the jaw disallighment without surgery. I am suffering from jaw disallighnment from past 22 month my left ...
Well lybrate-user minor malalignment of the jaws can be corrected without surgery however the severe ones normally require surgical intervention. I will need to see your photographs and radiographs before giving you any specific suggestion. Hope you unferstand.

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MDS, BDS, Diploma in Forensic Medicine
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