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Dr. G.Viswatejashwar Rao  - Dentist, Hyderabad

Dr. G.Viswatejashwar Rao

88 (38 ratings)
MDS, BDS, Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist

Dentist, Hyderabad

9 Years Experience  ·  300 at clinic  ·  ₹150 online
Dr. G.Viswatejashwar Rao 88% (38 ratings) MDS, BDS, Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist Dentist, Hyderabad
9 Years Experience  ·  300 at clinic  ·  ₹150 online
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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning.
More about Dr. G.Viswatejashwar Rao
. Dr.G.ViswatejashwarRao is one of the most prominent and upcoming dentists in the city of Hyderabad. He takes pride in being updated with the latest techniques and advancements in the dentistry industry. Be it a regular issue of teeth decay or cleaning or something more complex that calls for a bit of cosmetic dentistry, you can be assured of getting immediate assistance with him. He is a versatile doctor who addresses issues of patients with patience. His fees are nominal too with Rs. 150 for online consultation and Rs. 300 for regular consultations. His 8 years of experience are reassurance for people to get rid of their dental and oral hygiene issues. He speaks fluent English along with his native language so you don’t have to worry about communication issues. His education from specialities includes a BDS - Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences - 2008 and MDS - Sri Sai College of Dental Science - 2010. He also specialises in Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist - Sri Sai College of Dental Surgery - 2012. Along with being available all through the week, he also works during the first half of Sunday, which is a boon for those who are working. He is currently affiliated with the Sreehaas Dental Hospital Degrees Clinic in Madinaguda, Hyderabad. Some of the services you can get from him include Toothache Treatment, Artificial Teeth Treatment, Braces, Ceramic Braces, Dental Check-Ups, Teeth Scaling & Polishing, Dental Check-Ups, Tooth Extractions, Dental Fillings and many more. If you have any of the above issues, then it is recommended that you don’t delay treatment and head to Dr.G.ViswatejashwarRao for getting relevant solutions.

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MDS - Sri Sai College of Dental Science - 2010
BDS - Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences - 2008
Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist - Sri Sai College of Dental Surgery - 2012
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What You Can do Daily for Better Dental Health?

MDS, BDS, Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist
Dentist, Hyderabad
What You Can do Daily for Better Dental Health?

Our teeth play a very important role in the overall well-being, from appearance to nutrition to speech. Good oral and dental health is one of the most important aspects of overall health and well-being. From reducing infections to good overall nutrition, taking good care of dental health is has its rich dividends.

Taking care of teeth is not difficult, however. Inculcated early in life, these habits can become a routine and come with ease.

  1. Brushing: Brushing twice a day to remove the food deposits and keep the dental surfaces clean will go a long way in preserving your teeth. They will be healthy, free of decay and will be strong and will last longer. Learn the right technique of brushing from your dentist and practice to get a good hold on it. Improper brushing technique can do a lot of harm, causing wedges in the teeth called as abrasions. Hard bristles does not refer cleaner teeth. Soft bristles are easy on the tooth and are equally effective in cleaning. Make sure you change it once in two to three months or earlier if the bristles are flaring. The dentist can also suggest, if you need to use an electric toothbrush. Also, use a fluoridated or sensitivity toothpaste based on dentist’s recommendations.
  2. Flossing: While brushing will help you remove food deposits from the surface of the teeth, flossing or interdental brushing is essential to clean the spaces between the teeth. This area is less accessible for cleaning and therefore, can undergo decay when food gets lodged in this area. Daily flossing or using interdental brushes help keep this area clean and free of decay. This also helps in keeping the gums healthy, as food lodged in between teeth can be a constant source of irritation for the gums.
  3. Mouth rinse: After each meal, especially sticky or chewy foods, remember to rinse. If you cannot get a regular mouthwash, regular water is a good substitute. This will help remove off food deposits from the teeth and help reduce the incidence of decay.
  4. Food habits: Reduce in-between snacking, especially of sticky or chewy foods. Include sufficient fiber in your diet to have a natural cleansing effect on the teeth. After each sugary liquid or juice consumption, remember to rinse or wash it off with plain water.
  5. Dental visits: Visit your dentist once in 6 months for a regular check-up. If you are good at maintaining dental health, this visit may not last more than an hour, but in the long run, it will be definitely worth the time and effort.

Following these basic steps will ensure good oral health and go a long way in the overall well-being too.

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Health Quote of the Week

MDS, BDS, Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist
Dentist, Hyderabad
Health Quote of the Week

Do not use mouthwash directly after brushing as it rinses away fluoride from your toothpaste.

Health Quote of the Week

MDS, BDS, Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist
Dentist, Hyderabad
Health Quote of the Week

Smoking can lead to tooth staining, gum disease and mouth cancer.

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Health Quote of the Week

MDS, BDS, Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist
Dentist, Hyderabad
Health Quote of the Week

Choose a toothpaste with fluoride as it helps strengthen tooth enamel.

Can Chocolates Cause Tooth Decay?

MDS, BDS, Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist
Dentist, Hyderabad
Can Chocolates Cause Tooth Decay?

One warning that most children would have heard from their parent or other elders is, 'don’t eat chocolates, your teeth will get decayed'. And, most children grow up believing this to be true. As this is a global statement thus, more and more research has been done to clarify this. (Learn more to maintain Oral Health in Children)

Let us understand in brief the basic process of tooth decay. The tooth is made of mineralized layer called the enamel that is covered constantly with saliva. There are thousands of bacteria in the mouth. Food substances gradually deposit on the teeth and form plaque (learn more about plaque problem). This combination of a moist environment and bacteria on a mineralized structure produces the ideal environment for bacteria to act and produce acids which break down the minerals in the enamel. This is the first step in the origin of decay. The acid produced attracts more bacteria which further leads to worsening of the decay.

Some of the facts correlating chocolates and tooth decay are as follows:

  1. Chocolates in particular do not cause tooth decay. Very often, children tend to eat chocolates in between their meals and do not rinse or brush. This leads to greater level of plaque formation, thereby, starting off the process of decay. Not just chocolates any sticky foods can lead to tooth decay. What needs to be enforced is a habit to brush or at the least rinse thoroughly after eating a chocolate bar. In fact, this could be used as a reward, and it can help food deposits formed from other foods also to be washed away. The child gets to eat a chocolate, and good oral hygiene is reinforced too!
  2. Eating a chocolate before the actual meal is a way to indulge. What happens is that there is no sticky residue on the teeth if eaten this way. The child gets to enjoy chocolate at the same time keeping the teeth away from decay.
  3. Another habit is to make sure that the child eats all of chocolate at one shot than to keep nibbling at it for hours. That way, the chocolate can be managed with one round of brushing or rinsing
  4. it is advisable to give the child their share of chocolate at night, as most kids brush teeth before going to bed.
  5. Dark chocolates contain a good amount of antioxidants and are believed to reduce the incidence of plaque formation and therefore, they counter the effect of acids produced by the bacteria.

So, the next time someone talks about chocolates causing all the tooth decay, tell them it is not that bad, you can have your chocolate and eat it too!!
 

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Regular Care for Dentures

MDS, BDS, Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist
Dentist, Hyderabad
Regular Care for Dentures

Teeth need to be maintained well be it natural or artificial. While the natural teeth have their own built-in safety mechanisms, the artificial ones do not and the onus is completely on the owner to care for them. Dentures can be fixed or removable (partial or complete). For best appearance and proper functioning, these need to be cared for as listed below.

Removable dentures, whether partial or complete, do the following with your removable dentures.

1. Remove and rinse dentures after eating: Take out your dentures and wash it under running water to remove food debris.

2. Handle with care: Especially if your denture has clasps, be sure to not bend them as it may alter the fit. While removing and wearing it, be careful to not drop it, the denture can break.

3. Mouth rinse: Rinse your mouth each time after you remove the denture and before each time you put them back in.

4. Brushing: Use a soft-bristled brush for regular cleaning of teeth and tongue. If no teeth are present, use a soft gauze pad and plain finger massage to clean the gum line and bone on which the denture sits.

5. Soak dentures: When not in the mouth, always place your dentures in a bowl of water. Solution for soaking dentures are available, to be used for overnight denture soaking. When left in open air, the material used to make the denture is affected and may not fit properly over a period of time. Rinse them thoroughly before putting it back in the mouth.

6. Clean your dentures: Rinse the dentures at least twice daily. This will help remove food and plaque.

7. Denture adhesive: When using a denture adhesive, extra cleaning around the area that fits into the gum and bone should be done.

8. Regular dental visits: Visit your dentist regularly to ensure that dentures are fitting properly, functioning as expected and the other parts of the mouth are constantly checked for general health. Ill-fitting dentures can lead to irritation, sores and infection and so should be immediately attended to.

Some things to avoid if you are a denture user are as follows:

1. Soaking the denture in hot water: The denture material can get warped when it is soaked in hot water and have spots on it, which impacts the looks of it.

2. Hard toothbrushes: Always use a soft toothbrush

3. Toothpastes with whitening agents: In most cases, the denture cleanser and normal water and sufficient to clean dentures with a soft brush.

4. Fixed dentures: These are easier to manage than the removable ones. However, periodic visits to the dentist for regular check up is a must. A visit every 6 months is ideal to maintain proper oral hygiene. In addition, regular brushing, flossing, and rinsing are to be continued.

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I have a sharp molar teeth and I have got this habit of biting my tongue with that. Can it be smoothened?

MDS, BDS, Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist
Dentist, Hyderabad
I have a sharp molar teeth and I have got this habit of biting my tongue with that. Can it be smoothened?
Yes Mr. lybrate-user it can be done by a simple technique call enamiloplasty meet your dentist nearby for better treatment.
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I am 20 years old. My four to five teeth have minor cavities. How to stop that cavity?

MDS, BDS, Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist
Dentist, Hyderabad
I am 20 years old. My four to five teeth have minor cavities. How to stop that cavity?
Hello Mr. Lybrate-user, maintain oral hygiene by brushing twice a day and clean your teeth after every meal or food you take and get your cavities filled.
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I am a 29 male I have recently found a gum boil in my upper gums. Is it a sign of cancer. Should I go for a teeth clean. How can I remove blackness from gum.

MDS, BDS, Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist
Dentist, Hyderabad
I am a 29 male I have recently found a gum boil in my upper gums. Is it a sign of cancer. Should I go for a teeth cle...
Hello Mr. Lybrate-user gum boils are not a sign of cancer and proper diagnosis had to be done and professional oral cleaning is recommended at least once a year, your gum pigmentation or blackness can be removed by a well trained periodontist by lasers or surgical procedure.
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I am 17 but one of my teeth is not broken yet means it is from childhood and now it is paining and it is ready to come out, please suggest me what to do.

MDS, BDS, Sedation(Inhalation) Specialist
Dentist, Hyderabad
I am 17 but one of my teeth is not broken yet means it is from childhood and now it is paining and it is ready to com...
Lybrate-user you have done very late as for your information, you may have to remove your teeth and replace it but final treatment can be indicated only after seeing your teeth.
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