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Dr. Rahul Srivastava

BDS, MDS Prosthodontics

Dentist, Indore

12 Years Experience
Dr. Rahul Srivastava BDS, MDS Prosthodontics Dentist, Indore
12 Years Experience
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Dr. Rahul Srivastava is a popular Dentist in Manoramanganj, Indore. He has been a practicing Dentist for 12 years. He is a qualified BDS, MDS Prosthodontics . You can visit him at Revathi Dental Clinic in Manoramanganj, Indore. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Rahul Srivastava on has a nexus of the most experienced Dentists in India. You will find Dentists with more than 39 years of experience on You can find Dentists online in Indore and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


BDS - Banglore University - 2005
MDS Prosthodontics - KLE Institute of Dental Sciences, Belgaum - 2008
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I am suffering from sensitivity in the left side of my teeth. Some time it pains and sometime its shatters after having any cold thing. Please assist me with my problem.

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE), BDS
Dentist, Patna
U need to use desensitizing toothpaste in a particular way. Please consult privately for further assistance.
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Dentist, Panchkula
Brush twice a day, keep tooth problems away: brushing twice a day removes the tiny left out food particles from the mouth and keeps it fresher and cleaner.

I have side cavity in my teeth so please Tell me any medicine and also give suggestions.

Dentist, Bangalore
cavity can not be treated with medicine. . you must have to go for filling of cavity from dentist. ..
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Shall I stop using floss as I feel it is increasing gaps between teeth. If I stop using it, I may face other teeth problems.

Dentist, Jaipur
Hello, Yes you can stop flossing. It is only used during food lodgment. Use mouthwash and brushing twice a day can help.
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How to have healthy teeth sir without any cavities with brushing only once a day?

Dentist, Jalgaon
U should brush twice daily. Use a good quality soft tooth brush. Change your brush in 2-3 months. Use moutnwash once daily. Garle after each meal. And vist dentist every six months.
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My teeth is paining is there any tablet or any medicine for this please suggest me as it is paining too much.

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
Sir when there is infection in the tooth painkiller might stop the pain for 2 or three days. It is not the permanent solution. So please get your teeth checked by a dentist and he will give you the right medication and will also suggest the treatment after examining. That will be the permanent cure.
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Sir, My Father is 60 years old. His 3 Nos. Of Tooths have lost. He want to implant / fix the new one. What is the procedure and What will be the cost. I stay in Jamshedpur.

Dentist, Hyderabad
Hi lybrate-user he can go for implants if his front & back teeth r firm & does he ve any health probs ,even then with proper supervision & proper concerned speciality Dr. can do best for him ,implants r costing frm 25,000 to 60,000 rs & if he needs only bridges cost will come down 👍
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Dentist, Bhagalpur
Brushing baking soda on your teeth twice a month can remove the stains of coffee or red wine and give you your pearly white teeth back.
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Family Dentist Discusses Foods That Promote Good Oral Health

BDS, Diploma in Hospital Administration, Diploma in Pharmacy
Dentist, Delhi
According to dental professionals, the more sugary, starchy foods we consume, the more they feed the plaque-causing bacteria that are present in all of our mouths. This plaque can then harden into tartar, which is the leading cause of tooth decay and gum disease. To prevent plaque and tartar buildup, regular brushing, flossing, and gargling (mouthwash) is imperative. Certain foods can also help improve oral health. Here are a few favorites from your family dentist.


Naturally low in sugar and high in calcium, cheese helps strengthen our teeth. It also contains a protein called casein, which may help lower the risk of cavities. More than that, there is compelling evidence that cheese preserves the whiteness of teeth by fortifying the enamel that protects the pearly-white dentin behind it.

Sugar-free gum

When we are not brushing, flossing, or gargling, saliva helps keep our mouths clean. It removes food particles, plaque, and other debris. Chewing gum, as long as it doesn't have sugar in it, stimulates saliva production and helps remove potentially harmful deposits. It is no wonder that the average family dentist recommends chewing sugar-free gum in between meals.


Once again, chewing anything helps increase the saliva in our mouths, but the foods we choose to chew should not contain sugar, and they should take a long time to chew. Celery meets these requirements. It is also quite fibrous, which means it breaks down into strands that naturally clean our teeth as we chew. We should also mention that celery is one of the few foods that has a negative-calorie effect. In other words, you burn more calories chewing and swallowing it than it contains.

Raw onion

Even if you have a clean mouth, it likely contains hundreds of millions of bacteria at any given time. While not all of them are bad, some attack tooth enamel and cause serious oral issues. Numerous studies have confirmed that raw onions have powerful antibacterial properties. Sure, they may give you bad breath. But a few raw onions on a sandwich or in a salad will also help you control marauding oral bacteria, which may mean fewer trips to your family dentist.


We're sorry vegetarians, but eating meat does have its benefits. As we mentioned, longer chewing times promote salivation that helps clean our teeth. And few things require more mastication than a big, juicy steak. In fact, chewing steak requires so much effort that it can actually strengthen our jaw muscles and our pearly whites. We should also mention that red meat contains phosphorous, which helps protect tooth enamel and bone.


Just like raw onions, cashews contain antimicrobial oils that have been shown to reduce the bad bacteria that leads to tooth decay. Testing has also revealed that the same nut oils may fight the bacteria that causes acne breakouts, making them one of the few family dentist and dermatologist-approved foods.
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I am suffering from mouth ulcer from my childhood What is the permanent solutions for it can you please suggest me?

Dentist, Vadodara
Mouth ulcers are normally due to vitamin deficiency or bad digestion. Other causes includes stress, allergies to certain foods and medication, change in lifestyle, increased body heat, consumption of oilly, spicy n junk foods. So start taking vitamin supplements. Avoid outside food, oilly n spicy foods. Increase your water intake. Eat a healthy n balanced diet. Include more raw vegetables and fruits. Reduce your stress level.
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Hi I am suffering from teeth problem day by day its getting shorter He can I get over?

Dentist, Bangalore
Dental attrition is a type of tooth wear caused by tooth-to-tooth contact,[1] resulting in loss of tooth tissue, usually starting at the incisal or occlusal surfaces. Tooth wear is a physiological process and is commonly seen as a normal part of aging. Advanced and excessive wear and tooth surface loss can be defined as pathological in nature, requiring intervention by a dental practitioner. The pathological wear of the tooth surface can be caused by bruxism, which is clenching and grinding of the teeth. If the attrition is severe, the enamel can be completely worn away leaving underlying dentin exposed, resulting in an increased risk of dental caries and dentin hypersensitivity. It is best to identify pathological attrition at an early stage to prevent unnecessary loss of tooth structure as enamel does not regenerate Prevention[edit] Patient Wearing Occlusal Splint When a diagnosis of bruxism has been confirmed, it is recommended that the patient buy a full-coverage acrylic occlusal splint, such as a Michigan Splint or Tanner appliance, to prevent further bruxism. Patients must be monitored closely, with clinical photographs 6–12 monthly to evaluate if the tooth surface loss is being prevented. Treatment[edit] Cosmetic or functional intervention may be required if tooth surface loss is pathological or if there has been advanced loss of tooth structure.[18] The first stage of treatment involves managing any associated conditions, such as fractured teeth or sharp cusps or incisal edges. These can be resolved by restoring and polishing sharp cusps. Then, desensitizing agents such as topical fluoride varnishes can be applied, and at home desensitising toothpastes recommended. Many restorative options have been proposed, such as direct composite restorations, bonded cast metal restorations, removable partial dentures, orthodontic treatment, crown lengthening procedures and protective splints.[18] The decision to restore the dentition depends on the wants and needs of the patient, the severity of tooth surface loss and whether tooth surface loss is active.[16] The use of adhesive materials to replace lost tooth structure can be performed as a conservative and cost-effective approach before a more permanent solution of crowns or veneers is considered.
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I have bad breath in my mouth and I am brushing my teeth continuous twice in a day after meal but I don't know why it happens what to do?

MDS - Oral Medicine and Radiology, BDS
Dentist, Ahmedabad
Bad breath can be due to a gum disease which occurs due to deposition of tartar on teeth. You need to visit your dentist and get teeth and gums checked. Teeth cleaning and some advanced gum treatment can be done to solve your problem. Regards.
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Dentist, Cuttack
Dental implants are a long term economical solution to tooth loss and restores the patient with best smile and chewing capacity.
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Hi I have problem with my teeth. My teeth are not in correct structure. I am struggling with my teeth to have great smile after the good tread.

BDS, CDE Endo-Prostho, CDE - Cast Partial & Complete Dentures
Dentist, Pune
hello, you can get your teeth in proper alignment by the following ways: 1. orthodontic treatment which is the most conservative treatment. 2. ceramic or composite veneers. 3. crowns
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I am 14 years old and in my back three teeth on the both side.Cavity is being developed.What should i do for it?

Certification in Full Mouth Rehabilitation, Post-Graduate Certificate in Oral Implantology (PGCOI), M.Sc - Master of Oral Implantology (MOI), Certified Implantologist, BDS
Dentist, Rajkot
Go for filling as early as possible. If cavity progess you may need rct and will suffer from lots of pain
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One of my frnd used to take tobacco and his tooth became tobacco stain tooth with full of gum line on his teeth, he is still unmarried (two times rejected from girl for this reasons). He left the tobacco now but still remains the black/brown layer on his tooth even he brush twice daily. What is the best way to remove the tobacco stain n these black brown layer from the teeth? please suggest the best way sir madam.

Dentist, Bangalore
Visit a dentist to get a scaling done to remove the stains, if the tooth is slightly discolored then bleaching (tooth whitening) is advised. If still the discoloration persists then veneers are the only option.
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If I wash my teeth and gum in a dental clinic to prevent from piria disease. Is this possible that my teeth has been loosen or lose and make some pocket around my teeth.

Dentist, Ghaziabad
Hi the procedure is known as scaling that includes cleaning of your teeth with the instrument using water pressure and vibrations. In this procedure there is no such loosening of teeth occurs. That is a myth pocket problem arises because of improper brushing and bone loss that surrounds the teeth. When heavy amount or plaque or calculus is collected around the teeth that goes unnoticed by the patient. In such cases when scaling is done calculus is removed slight to considerable mobility of teeth can be noticed because the teeth were taking the support of deposits. This is a big myth that scaling loosens teeth.
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My teeth has been itching since someday and I don't know what to do because its paining more as I expect so pls do me a favour sir pls.

Dentist, Delhi
Hi the causes of itchy gums are: 1. Mild inflammation of gums 2. Accumulation of debris on teeth 3. Teeth pushing through gums the best home-remedy is to massage the gums with a mix of mustard oil and salt twice daily for 1 or 2 days. It will sooth the gums. Hope that helps.
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I have teeth which has stains in it. Wat is the best way to make it clean and white.

Dentist, Kolar
Professional cleaning n polishing of teeth by dentist removes all external stains. If the stains r due to internal factors (such as fluorosis, enamel defects etc), teeth whitening will be required
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I am suffering from bad smell in mouth. I am doing proper care but no result and no problem in teeth. So what can I do?

Dentist, Delhi
Ideally you should visit to dentist for cleaning of teeth because mostly bed smell is due to deposits in your mouth. But for now you can use mouthwash after meals. Sometimes bad breath is side effect of some medications also.
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