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Dr. Sunny Sharma  - Dentist, Gurgaon

Dr. Sunny Sharma

B.E.G.O (Special Training in Ancora and Crown and Bridge)

Dentist, Gurgaon

10 Years Experience  ·  200 at clinic
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Dr. Sunny Sharma B.E.G.O (Special Training in Ancora and Crown and Bridge) Dentist, Gurgaon
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I believe in health care that is based on a personal commitment to meet patient needs with compassion and care....more
I believe in health care that is based on a personal commitment to meet patient needs with compassion and care.
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Dr. Sunny Sharma is a trusted Dentist in Sohna, Gurgaon. He has been a successful Dentist for the last 10 years. He has completed B.E.G.O (Special Training in Ancora and Crown and Bridge) . You can visit him at Smile Designers Multispeciality Dental Clinic in Sohna, Gurgaon. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sunny Sharma on Lybrate.com.

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B.E.G.O (Special Training in Ancora and Crown and Bridge) - Govt. Dental College, Rohtak - 2008
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English
Hindi

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Smile Designers Multispeciality Dental Clinic

S-167 Gf, Uppal'S South End, Sector 49, Sohna RoadGurgaon Get Directions
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I went to a dentist for a toothache problem. I was told that there was a hole which was through the side of the tooth and by doing root canal treatment, the pain would go. I got the root canal treatment done and a cap also fixed on the tooth, but to my dismay the pain in that tooth still remains. Again Xray was conducted and I was given to understand that the tooth had no problem and the root canal was success. Still they could not identify the problem. What is the solution now?

BDS
Dentist, Mumbai
hi sunil!!!i first thing would like to know is how many days has it been since ur root canal treatment and secondly how is the intensity of pain.sometimes the pain remains after the treatment for about a week to 10 days but keeps decreasing in intensity every passing day. if the intensity of pain continues to b the same then it needs intervention.cant comment anything for sure without the xray.u can take a second opinion from another dentist.
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I am 24 year old male and I found white things in the back wall of the mouth. I am feeling cold and coughs, headaches at front and back, what I am suffering from? I am very scared. Because I am a former smoker like 1 cigarette a day from 3 years but now I quit smoking?

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly
Dear Lybrateuser, please don't panic. Kindly consult an ENT Specialist for your complete ENT Examination. Hopefully you will have a proper diagnosis and treatment. Wishing you good health.
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I am 25 years old and I have gums and teeth problems I smoke lot of cigarettes is dat d problem please suggest me a doctor with reasonable charges.

MDS, BDS
Dentist, Bangalore
I am 25 years old and I have gums and teeth problems I smoke lot of cigarettes is dat d problem please suggest me a d...
Yes ....kindly cut down on your bad habit... It cause lot of dental problems... Get a professional cleaning done and then maintain with good oral hygiene habit like brushing followed by tongue cleaning and rinsing your mouth
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Pains a lot in the gum in between last and its next teeth of my upper jaw only after eating chicken. After one day it becomes normal no pain. Note its only after eating chicken and there is no gap in between those teeth. Pls advice me what will be the problem and the treatment? Thanks & regards Jayaprakash.

Dentist, Dehradun
Pains a lot in the gum in between last and its next teeth of my upper jaw only after eating chicken. After one day it...
It would be better if you get an xray done of the concerned area. There could be a cavity in between two teeth which is not visible by naked eye so an xray is advised. So whenever there is food lodgement you will have pain which will be releived once the triggering factor is removed.
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Is there any product in the market that can whiten my teeth. Actually my teeth are yellow. I brush twice a day but still they are yellow. Kindly suggest.

BDS, MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Advanced course in maxillofacial sugery
Dentist, Lucknow
Is there any product in the market that can whiten my teeth. Actually my teeth are yellow. I brush twice a day but st...
A dentist is available in market get scaling polishing done than brush twice daily especially at night avoid coloured food stuff.
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Two canker sores are present on my upper gums which are increasing in size and the pain is uncontrollable. I can't speak, laugh, drink, eat. Is there any cure?

MBBS, Diploma in Nutrition and Health Education (DNHE), Diploma in Clinical Cosmetology
General Physician, Noida
Two canker sores are present on my upper gums which are increasing in size and the pain is uncontrollable.
I can't sp...
Apply Dolo mouth gel once a day with clean hand for 2 days Maintain oral hygine Capsule Becosule one capsule after food once a day for 7 days Avoid salty spicy food consult Physician if sore persist.
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BDS
Dentist, Cuttack
White Spots in mouth leads to ORAL CANCER. CONSULT FOR DENTAL CHECK-UP

I have got a dep cut in the gums in the left side of my mouth. Read on internet to take little warm water. But nothing is happening. Its been seven days and its not healing. Am not able to eat anything. Help me. Reply soon.

MDS
Dentist, Cuddalore
I have got a dep cut in the gums in the left side of my mouth. Read on internet to take little warm water. But nothin...
If it is very deep or long, you might need a suture and topical antibiotic and anesthetic application for healing.
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My problem is paining of theet its is big problem I want root canal treatment so what can I do please tell me fast. Its pain thanks you so much.

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
Kindly consult a dentist in person for further suggestion. We need more investigations to decide upon treatment. You may need artificial enamel filling or root canal treatment. You may consult me in person too. Dental tips: - visit a dentist every six months. Gargle your mouth thoroughly after every meal. Scrub gently to clean your tongue with a tongue cleaner. Floss all your teeth inter dentally & brush twice daily, morning & night, up & down short vertical strokes, with ultra-soft bristles, indicator brush.
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I'm suffering from bad breath from last seven years. Several test has be done like endoscopy. Blood test, etc. Dental doctor has cleared no problem with dental. Gastroenterologist has cleared no problem with stomach. What is the solution for this.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
I'm suffering from bad breath from last seven years. Several test has be done like endoscopy. Blood test, etc. Dental...
Bad breath, also called halitosis, can be embarrassing and in some cases may even cause anxiety. It's no wonder that store shelves are overflowing with gum, mints, mouthwashes and other products designed to fight bad breath. But many of these products are only temporary measures because they don't address the cause of the problem. Certain foods, health conditions and habits are among the causes of bad breath. In many cases, you can improve bad breath with consistent proper dental hygiene. If simple self-care techniques don't solve the problem, see your dentist or physician to be sure a more serious condition isn't causing your bad breath. Symptoms Bad breath odors vary, depending on the source or the underlying cause. Some people worry too much about their breath even though they have little or no mouth odor, while others have bad breath and don't know it. Because it's difficult to assess how your own breath smells, ask a close friend or relative to confirm your bad-breath questions. When to see a doctor If you have bad breath, review your oral hygiene habits. Try making lifestyle changes, such as brushing your teeth and tongue after eating, using dental floss, and drinking plenty of water. If your bad breath persists after making such changes, see your dentist. If your dentist suspects a more serious condition is causing your bad breath, he or she may refer you to a physician to find the cause of the odor. Causes Most bad breath starts in your mouth, and there are many possible causes. They include: Food. The breakdown of food particles in and around your teeth can increase bacteria and cause a foul odor. Eating certain foods, such as onions, garlic and spices, also can cause bad breath. After you digest these foods, they enter your bloodstream, are carried to your lungs and affect your breath. Tobacco products. Smoking causes its own unpleasant mouth odor. Smokers and oral tobacco users are also more likely to have gum disease, another source of bad breath. Poor dental hygiene. If you don't brush and floss daily, food particles remain in your mouth, causing bad breath. A colorless, sticky film of bacteria (plaque) forms on your teeth. If not brushed away, plaque can irritate your gums and eventually form plaque-filled pockets between your teeth and gums (periodontitis). Your tongue also can trap bacteria that produce odors. Dentures that aren't cleaned regularly or don't fit properly can harbor odor-causing bacteria and food particles. Dry mouth. Saliva helps cleanse your mouth, removing particles that cause bad odors. A condition called dry mouth or xerostomia (zeer–o-STOE-me-uh) can contribute to bad breath because production of saliva is decreased. Dry mouth naturally occurs during sleep, leading to "morning breath, and it worsens if you sleep with your mouth open. Chronic dry mouth can be caused by a problem with your salivary glands and some diseases. Medications. Some medications can indirectly produce bad breath by contributing to dry mouth. Others can be broken down in the body to release chemicals that can be carried on your breath. Infections in your mouth. Bad breath can be caused by surgical wounds after oral surgery, such as tooth removal, or as a result of tooth decay, gum disease or mouth sores. Other mouth, nose and throat conditions. Bad breath can occasionally stem from small stones that form in the tonsils and are covered with bacteria that produce odor. Infections or chronic inflammation in the nose, sinuses or throat, which can contribute to postnasal drip, also can cause bad breath. Other causes. Diseases, such as some cancers, and conditions such as metabolic disorders, can cause a distinctive breath odor as a result of chemicals they produce. Chronic reflux of stomach acids (gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD) can be associated with bad breath. Bad breath in young children can be caused by a foreign body, such as a piece of food, lodged in a nostril. Diagnosis Your dentist will likely smell both the breath from your mouth and the breath from your nose and rate the odor on a scale. Because the back of the tongue is most often the source of the smell, your dentist may also scrape it and rate its odor. There are sophisticated detectors that can identify the chemicals responsible for bad breath, though these aren't always available. Treatment To reduce bad breath, help avoid cavities and lower your risk of gum disease, consistently practice good oral hygiene. Further treatment for bad breath can vary, depending on the cause. If your bad breath is thought to be caused by an underlying health condition, your dentist will likely refer you to your primary care provider. For causes related to oral health, your dentist will work with you to help you better control that condition. Dental measures may include: Mouth rinses and toothpastes. If your bad breath is due to a buildup of bacteria (plaque) on your teeth, your dentist may recommend a mouth rinse that kills the bacteria. Your dentist may also recommend a toothpaste that contains an antibacterial agent to kill the bacteria that cause plaque buildup. Treatment of dental disease. If you have gum disease, you may be referred to a gum specialist (periodontist). Gum disease can cause gums to pull away from your teeth, leaving deep pockets that fill with odor-causing bacteria. Sometimes only professional cleaning removes these bacteria. Your dentist might also recommend replacing faulty tooth restorations, a breeding ground for bacteria.
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