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Dr. Puneet Kansal

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MDS - Orthodontics, BDS

Dentist, Meerut

21 Years Experience  ·  200 at clinic  ·  ₹350 online
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Consultant orthodontist at kansal dental clinic and orthodontic centre,Meerut from last 18years

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MDS - Orthodontics - Kazakh National Medical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan - 2000
BDS - Bapuji College of Dental Sciences Davangere - 1997
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Professional Memberships
Indian Dental Association
Indian Association of Public Health Dentistry
World Society of Lingual Orthodontics (WSLO)

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best dentist in meerut recommends

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Meerut
आपकी मुस्कान हमारी जिम्मेदारी
क्या कहता है शोध
पहले के शोधों में भी दांतों की साफ-सफाई न रखने को डिमेंशिया (याददाश्त कम होना) समेत हृदयरोग, स्ट्रोक व डायबिटीज के लिए जिम्मेदार बताया गया था। न्यूयार्क के कोलंबिया कालेज के शोधकर्ताओं के मुताबिक मसूढ़ों की बीमारी मस्तिष्क की क्रियाविधि को प्रभावित करने के साथ पूरे शरीर में जलन पैदा करती है।

शोध में 60 साल व उससे ज्यादा उम्र के लोगों को शामिल किया गया। जिन लोगों में मसूढ़ों की बीमारी के लिए जिम्मेदार पैथोजन ज्यादा पाया गया उनमें याददाश्त संबंधी दिक्कतें देखी गईं। प्रमुख शोधकर्ता डा. जेम्स नोबल ने बताया, 'जिन लोगों में पैथोजन का उच्च स्तर पाया गया उनमें याददाश्त की गंभीर परेशानी देखी गई। शोध से साफ है कि दांतों-मसूढ़ों की उचित देखभाल न करने से डिमेंशिया का खतरा पैदा हो सकता है। डॉक्टर पुनीत कंसल
शास्त्री नगर
मेरठ,मो.9319309550

best dentist in meerut recommends

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Meerut
आपकी मुस्कान हमारी जिम्मेदारी
हम दो बार ब्रश तो करते हैं, लेकिन सही तरीके से नहीं करते। ब्रश करते समय 45 डिग्री के कोण पर गोल-गोल घुमाते हुए ब्रश करना चाहिए। आगे-पीछे करने से दांत घिस सकते हैं। तीन-चार महीने बाद अपना ब्रश बदल लें। रात का ब्रश करना इसलिए ज्यादा जरूरी होता है क्योंकि आप रात को खाने के बाद अक्सर दांतों में कुछ फंसा रह जाता है, जो कैविटी की वजह बन सकता है। छह महीने में एक बार अपने डेंटिस्ट से मिलकर नियमित चेकअप कराएं।
डॉक्टर पुनीत कंसल
शास्त्री नगर
मेरठ, मो. 93193 09550

Bad Breath!

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Meerut
Bad Breath!

Teeth and gums is simply because excessive build-from plaque, this can be a sticky substance, introduced on by accumulation of bacteria on teeth. Plaque might be prevented using daily flossing and brushing habits and routine professional cleanings within your dental visits. Regrettably, due their busy lifestyles and dental anxiety, people not just give dental visits a miss, but additionally skip flossing and brushing on consistent basis, allowing the leftover plaque hardening inside a substance referred to as tartar. Tartar can't be removed through flossing and brushing which problem otherwise addressed quickly, can lead to inflammation of gums and pocket formation in regards to the gums and teeth. Odour producing bacteria thrives of those pockets, developing a sulphur compound, the real reason for foul odour, which results in smelly breath.

Why early charge of teeth and gums is important?

If teeth and gums remains untreated, the bacteria will migrate to a different soft tissues within the mouth, making smelly breath worse.

Keep in mind that teeth and gums is simply because inadequate good dental cleanliness, so never ignore your oral health. Practice good dental cleanliness and visit a good dental professional office regularly. Teeth and gums, if taken lightly causes not just smelly breath, but additionally makes treatment harder. According to dentist experts, many individuals who're advised root canal treatment are who made a decision to put dental appointments on hold after they experienced problems initially.

Treating smelly breath

The most effective approach to smelly breath is prevention. Mouth rinses and sprays can cover smelly breath, nevertheless they do not cure it. So, here's do the following to prevent teeth and gums and smelly breath:

regular at-home flossing and brushing

rinsing orally acquiring a recommended anti-microbial mouthwash

periodontal treatments, for instance scaling and planning within the good dental clinic.

twice-a-year professional cleanings

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Get Your Missing Teeth Replaced With Implants!

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Meerut
Get Your Missing Teeth Replaced With Implants!

Multiple tooth replacement:

Individuals missing several teeth can undergo multiple tooth replacements with implant supported bridges. All lost natural teeth can be replaced with dental implants. Individual crowns or implant supported of fixed bridges can restore full functionality of the teeth with just the appropriate fit. There are several treatment options available for multiple tooth implants such as removable partial dentures, implant supported bridges and multiple tooth supported fixed bridge.

The procedure

Like most dental implants, screws and cylinders are affixed into the jaw surgically. The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia. Over a period of time, the implants are allowed to bond together with the bone forming anchors. Temporary teeth replacements are provided during the interim integration period. The areas are then uncovered to allow the gums to heal. Most modern implant systems do not require the second step and one-stage implants can be executed. In such a case, an implant already has a piece of extension attached.

Multiple tooth replacements 

Treatment options available for multiple tooth replacements are performed with implant supported bridges. One of the most superior forms of treatments for multiple tooth replacements, this implant stops bone deterioration and are much more comfortable than any other methodology. The additional advantages of the implant supported bridges are maintenance of facial integrity and gum line is intact. Natural adjacent teeth are preserved and the implants feel and act just like original teeth. Biting, chewing and eating all substances are possible with implants. Dental implants are a permanent solution that is durable and does not require cleaning solutions or adhesives.

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Keep Smiling!

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Meerut
Keep Smiling!

Keep Smiling!

Be Healthy!

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Meerut
Be Healthy!

Be Healthy!

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Replace Your Missing Teeth!

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Meerut
Replace Your Missing Teeth!

Losing a tooth can impact your lifestyle significantly and therefore you have to be sure that you look for the best dental implants that can provide you with the support and assistance that you need.

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Dentist, Meerut
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What Is Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction?

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Meerut
What Is Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction?

What is temporomandibular joint dysfunction?

The temporomandibular joint joins the jaw to the temporal bones of the skull, which lie in front of each ear. It eases the movement of the jaw up and down and side-to-side, enabling chewing, smiling, talking, yawning and making many facial expressions. The damaged or injured joint can lead to temporomandibular joint dysfunction.

Tmj (temporomandibular joint) dysfunction a painful condition
Tmj (temporomandibular joint) dysfunction

Causes

Autoimmune diseases

They occur due to the malfunctioning of the body’s immune system, which leads it to attack its tissues. Joints and connective tissues are affected by these diseases. Therefore, the temporomandibular joint can also be affected by these diseases causing severe pain, redness, and inflammation. Sometimes they may be so severe that the joint cannot be moved even in usual ways.

Dental surgery

Surgery may cause swelling and pain in tissues in the surgical site as well as in the surrounding areas, thus being a common cause of acute temporomandibular joint dysfunction. The removal or modification of teeth can cause them to settle adversely, changing the way in which the teeth line up while chewing and talking. It may result in the misalignment at the temporomandibular joint.

Teeth grinding

Many people grind their teeth unconsciously in their sleep. This condition is also called bruxism, which can cause damage to the teeth and the temporomandibular joint.

Arthritis

Arthritis can be developed in the temporomandibular joint resulting in the breakdown of the joint due to aging and other factors. Symptoms such as stiffness and inflammation in the joints can be noticed as a result of arthritis.

Infections

Infections of the temporomandibular joint may lead to fever, headache, and chills, quickly spreading to the jaw bone and other parts of the skull and causing sepsis: an infection of the blood.

Physical injury

Physical injury can cause chronic temporomandibular joint dysfunction resulting in severe pain and disability if the jaw does not heal properly. A broken jaw can cause inflammation at the joint. Temporomandibular joint dysfunction can also be caused by the damage or strain to the muscles of the body and secondary injuries such as whiplash.

Symptoms

Some of the symptoms of tmj disorder are:

Facial pain
Locking of the joint, making it difficult to open or close the mouth
A toothache
Pain in and around the ear
Pain in temporomandibular joints
Crackles or tenderness in the joints
Headaches and muscle spasms
Swelling of the face
Grating, clicking, or popping sounds in the jaw joint when the mouth is opened or closed during chewing
Stiff or sore jaw muscles
Increased dizziness (vertigo)
Sensitivity to sound
Tmj (temporomandibular joint) dysfunction a painful condition
A toothache is the sign of tmj (temporomandibular joint) dysfunction

Prevention

Temporomandibular joint dysfunction can be prevented by:

Maintaining proper posture and learning about ergonomics
Learning relaxation routines such as deep breathing, meditation, yoga, rhythmic exercise and other activities to reduce muscle tension and stress and to improve sleep
Avoiding food that is difficult to chew
Preventing biting objects such as cuticles, fingernails, pencils and pen caps
Avoiding excessive chewing gum
Massaging the jaw, cheeks, and temples regularly
Chewing on both sides of the mouth and taking smaller bites

Treatments

Therapies

Physical therapy: treatments may include ultrasound, moist heat and ice accompanied by exercise to stretch and strengthen the muscles of the jaw.
Occlusal appliances such as oral splints or mouth guards: wearing a soft or firm device inserted over the teeth is often beneficial to the people with jaw pain.

Medications

Tricyclic antidepressants: antidepressants such as amitriptyline may be used for pain relief.
Muscle relaxants: such types of drugs may be used for a short duration to relieve the pain caused by temporomandibular joint dysfunction.
Pain relievers and anti-inflammatory: non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen may be prescribed by the doctor or dentist to relieve the pain caused by temporomandibular joint dysfunction.

Surgical or other procedures:

Open-joint surgery: in case of a structural problem in the joint, open-joint surgery may be recommended to replace or repair the joint.
Modified condylotomy: the surgery takes place on the mandible and not on the joint, and thus addresses the temporomandibular joint dysfunction indirectly. It is particularly helpful in treating pain and locking.
Temporomandibular joint arthroscopy: in this surgery, small surgical instruments are used to place a small thin tube (cannula) into the joint space and then an arthroscope is inserted.
Arthrocentesis: it is a minimally invasive procedure involving the insertion of small needles into the joint so that the fluid can be irrigated through the joint for the removal of debris and the by-products causing inflammation.
 

Brush Your Teeth With Fluoride Toothpaste!

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Meerut
Brush Your Teeth With Fluoride Toothpaste!

Brush your teeth with fluoride toothpaste!

Fluoride helps prevent cavities in children & adults by making the outer surface of the teeth (enamel) stronger i, e. More resistant to the acid attacks that cause toothdecay.


 

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