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Dr. Bhawana Narla

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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
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Dr. Bhawana Narla is one of the best Dentists in Rahul Bagh, Katni. You can meet Dr. Bhawana Narla personally at Akshya gupta multispecaility dental clinic in Rahul Bagh, Katni. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Bhawana Narla on Lybrate.com.

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My third molar (wisdom teeth) seems to be coming out and the pain is severe. The skin at the end has swollen up like a pimple and the whole jaw & ear on the right are paining severely. Due to Ganesh Nimarjan, no dentists are available. I tried gargling with lukewarm salt water with turmeric but there's no difference. Can anyone suggest me any remedies to decrease the pain or tablets? Urgent suggestions needed plz.

BDS
Dentist, Delhi
My third molar (wisdom teeth) seems to be coming out and the pain is severe. The skin at the end has swollen up like ...
Wisdom teeth can erupt anywhere between the age of 17 years and the mid-20s. It is usually accompanied by pain, sensitivity, and discomfort in chewing food. The pain also may radiate to head, neck and ear. For transient relief, you can go for pain killers and any antibacterial mouthwash, to keep the area clean, which may be difficult to clean otherwise with a toothbrush. Permanent treatment usually involves either removal of the gum tissue covering the wisdom tooth (if it is present in your case), or extraction of the tooth. Extraction will not cause you any problem with eating food, and it doesn’t need to be replaced, unlike other teeth. I suggest that you consult me privately on Lybrate. In private/video consultation, looking at the exact condition, I will be in a better position to solve your query, and prescribe appropriate medication.
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Please come to the point how to diagnose what are the tests I can go through. I am not aware the reason for my bad breath for the last 15 years Have spoken to end number of doctors. But no one is giving any precise answer. I repeat, Please tell me what are the test I can do to diagnose the real issue Please help.

BDS
Dentist, Bangalore
Bad breath is due to accumalation of volatile sulfur compounds. These are produced by anerobic bacteria. VSC- methyl mercaptan and hydrogen sulfide intake of high protein foods or certain foods may increase or worsen it. If your toungue has a white coating. It is the simplest indicator of bad breath. Usually to detect these there is a device called hallimeter. But I am have never heard of any indian dentist using this device as halimeter is not required to investigate and is simply waste of money. You can contact an oral pathologist and if really interested to get it actually detected. Ask them to collect your plaque samples and conduct a BANA test. (benzoyl arginine naphthalamide) to detect anerobic bacteria presence. This is usually not done in regular practices. As halitosis or bad breatb is easily detected.
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I have ulcers in my mouth. Its happen again and again in a week or in a month what should I do.?

BDS
Dentist, Raipur
I have ulcers in my mouth. Its happen again and again in a week or in a month what should I do.?
Kindly apply orahelp gum paint twice daily for 15 days. Take multivitamins for a month. Also notice that you are not constipated, stressed or having lack of sleep as these are few of the reasons for ulcers. Avoid hot and spicy food as this may irritate the ulcers. Brush your teeth twice daily using correct brushing technique to maintain your oral hygiene.
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Sir, One of my daughter's theeths(2) front side are long and tapper, the cutting facility of teeth and re-arrange them, how much cost comes. Please tell a approx and then we come to visit you.

MDS - Oral Medicine and Radiology
Dentist, Nagpur
Kindly consult the dentist. With out seeing no one can tell you the exact treatment procedure and the cost. Remember we are dealing with the precious part of the body.This is not the beauty parlour forum. Regards
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MDS, BDS
Dentist, Hyderabad
don't forget to brush your teeth before going to bed in the night
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Dear Mam. At night my inner chik skin comes between teeth of both side. Please suggest me remedy.

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
Dear Mam.
At night my inner chik skin comes between teeth of both side. Please suggest me remedy.
Eat lot of fruits & green leafy vegetables & drink plenty of water. Kindly consult a dentist in person for further suggestion. We need more investigations with clinical examination to decide upon treatment. You may need coronoplasty (smoothen teeth edges) along with c. Becosules 5 cap, for five days in the morning after meals & hexigel ointment on the cheek area until then. Advance procedures can be done with laser. You may consult me in person. Dental tips: - visit a dentist every six months for cleaning and a thorough dental check-up. Limit sugary food to avoid tooth decay. 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. Tooth brush to be changed every 2 months.
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I am bitting my tongue frequently. Few day ago I had a tongue burn. When I am bitting I don't know, but after the moment I realize some pain.

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Homeopath, Raebareli
Dear user kindly get your blood biochemistry test done and update the reports for now take a dose of Ignatia 200 one dose you will be fine. Give a follow up after 2 days with reports.
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Sir, I want to ask u that how many types of tooth are available in market and what are the price of these tooth?

Certified in Concious Sedation, Certified Implantologist, BDS
Dentist, Karaikal
They can be removable teeth to fixed teeth here i am giving approximate list of each teeth the price may vary depend upon the doctor, country.and place where clinic is located removable teeth (300 to 1000 inr) acrylic teeth ;1000 to 2000 inr ceramic teeth 2000 to 3000 inr premium ceramic 2000 to 6000 inr gold coping ceramic teeth ; 20000 to 30000 inr zerconium teeth 8000 to 15000 inr implant teeth 22000 inr
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I am 33 yrs men. My wisdom tooths are grown in wrong direction and my main cause of concern is there is no pain but smells badly. I don't know which tooth out of 4 is smelling. So that I can remove that tooth or advise otherwise.

BDS
Dentist, Bangalore
Your tooth has grown in abnormal position, due to that it might be a gap in between wisdom tooth and adjacent tooth, in which food is getting lodged. You can get it removed and keep that area clean by brushing and by use of mouthwash.
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Oral And Dental Health

BDS (Gold Medalist)
Dentist, Gurgaon
Oral And Dental Health

One of the most common complications of having a tooth taken out is developing a dry socket. A dry socket is when the blood clot that is supposed to be in the extraction site either doesn’t form or is displaced. This exposes the bone in the area causing a severe toothache type pain. Many of my patients have told me that the dry socket pain is worse than the toothache that caused the tooth to need to be extracted! This pain can last anywhere from a week up to 5 weeks. Most dry sockets resolve in the shorter end of that range and will always resolve on their own whether you seek treatment or not. Some types of treatment will actually extend the healing time so keep that in mind.

So how do you know if you have a dry socket? Most dry sockets follow a relatively predictable pattern.

  • Tooth pain from an extraction generally peaks and starts to quickly decrease within 24-48 hours after the extraction. A dry socket on the other hand usually starts 3-5 days after having a tooth taken out.
  • Dry sockets have a much higher incidence after removal of impacted wisdom teeth (especially bottom wisdom teeth) as well as after difficult extractions.
  • Risk factors include smoking, using straws, spitting, taking birth control medication, and the intake of hot liquids and foods in the first day or two after the extraction.
  • Oftentimes you’ll see a hollow area where the tooth came out and sometimes you can see or feel the exposed bone.
  • If you notice pus coming out of the area, it may be infected rather than a dry socket. This is much less likely than a dry socket but can cause similar pain and in a similar time frame. See your dentist for sure if you are concerned it may be infected.

It is important to realize that while a dry socket can be miserably painful, there are no health consequences associated with it. All treatment seeks to manage the symptoms until the area is able to heal on it’s own. Studies have been pretty inconclusive as to what treatment, if any, is best for managing dry sockets. Let’s take a look at some of the things you can do at home.

  • Practice prevention. Avoid smoking for as long as you can manage after the extraction. 3 days minimum and longer is better. Don’t use straws or spit. Avoid hot foods for the first day or two after the extraction.
  • Take 600-800 mg of Ibuprofen every 6 hours on the dot. If you only take it when it hurts you’ll get into a bad pain cycle that is hard to get out of. Staying ahead of the pain is important.
  • Rinse any debris out of the socket. Food tends to get trapped down in there and can cause problems. The easiest way to do this is with a curved monoject syringe. Your dentist usually has these or you can sometimes get them at a pharmacy. An alternative would be a standard oral medication syringe (like you’d use to give medications to kids). As long as you reach the tip into the socket, it’ll work fine. Put some water in it and gently rinse the socket out. Don’t be forceful as this can also displace blood clots.
  • DIY Dry Socket Medications – Most medication materials that dentist’s use for dry sockets have some combination of eugenol (oil of cloves) and an anesthetic such as benzocaine as well as some other minor ingredients. Oil of cloves and benzocaine are both medications you can purchase over the counter. The best thing to do is make a 50/50 mixture of these two things and dip a piece of cotton in it.  Take a pair of tweezers or something similar that can hold the cotton and push the cotton into the socket. Make sure your cotton piece is big enough that when you push it into the socket you have enough sticking out the top to remove it. Leave it in for a couple of minutes and then remove. You don’t want to leave this in the socket long term as it will slow/stop healing. This combination of medications will help relieve some of the pain and you can do this several times a day.
  • If all else fails, remember that the DENTIST is just a stone throw distance away!
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