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Medi Dent Polyclinic

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Shop No 2, Karimullah Compound, Rani Sati Marg, Malad East, Landmark: Opposite Indian Bank, Mumbai Mumbai
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Our goal is to offer our patients, and all our community the most affordable, trustworthy and professional service to ensure your best health....more
Our goal is to offer our patients, and all our community the most affordable, trustworthy and professional service to ensure your best health.
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Medi Dent Polyclinic is known for housing experienced Dentists. Dr. Nitesh Motwani, a well-reputed Dentist, practices in Mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for Dentists recommended by 68 patients.

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Shop No 2, Karimullah Compound, Rani Sati Marg, Malad East, Landmark: Opposite Indian Bank, Mumbai
Malad East Mumbai, Maharashtra
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How To Replace Missing Tooth?

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Meerut
How To Replace Missing Tooth?

Dental bridge versus dental implants:
So basically, you have two options to replace your missing tooth and wondering which one would be better.

Let's talk about dental bridges.
Pros-

1) no surgical procedure.
2) teeth can be replaced within a few days. It usually takes 3-7 working days to get it prepared from lab followed by placement. So it's less time-consuming.
3) usually affordable.
4) no anxiety or psychological trauma to patient.

Fixed prosthetic replacement.

Cons-
1) to replace one missing tooth, two natural and healthy teeth are to be involved. And that's not what most of the dentists prefer because well, nothing compares to natural teeth. There is no point in trimming a healthy tooth.
2) post-treatment sensitivity can be seen in some cases.
3) in future, if one of the teeth supporting the bridge gives up (due to periodontal or any other etiology), the whole bridge would require replacement.
4) it requires the presence of teeth which are strong enough to bear the load. If adjacent teeth are mobile as well, bridge can't be placed.

Now, dental implants,

Pros-

1) there is no involvement of adjacent teeth.
2) fixed and permanent prosthetic solution for missing tooth.
3) no reliability upon adjacent teeth.
4) high tolerance to forces comparatively.
 

Cons-
1) patient has to undergo a surgical procedure.
2) not easily affordable. That's one of the biggest reasons that people refrain from going for this option.

So what should one choose? I rather suggest dental implants. Now the final call should be yours.

I have problem in my gums they get swollen after every month. I talked to Dr. He advises me medicines and I get relief but same process happens again. Second thing my lower front four teeth are free I mean movable .it is from last two years what should I do.

BDS
Dentist, Hyderabad
I have problem in my gums they get swollen after every month. I talked to Dr. He advises me medicines and I get relie...
Hello sir, gum problem may arise due to various reasons and may lead to loosening of your teeth. I would advise you to visit your dentist for better understanding of your condition. If your medical condition allows you, I would advise you to go for a gum surgery which would remove all the underlying problems which causes the gum problems.

I'm 17 with currently no wisdom teeth. Both my parents didn't have them, is it an indicator that I too won't have them?

BDS
Dentist, Hyderabad
I'm 17 with currently no wisdom teeth. Both my parents didn't have them, is it an indicator that I too won't have them?
Hello sir, wisdom tooth can erupt by 25 years or more in some cases and in some cases it might not erupt also.In some cases it might be absent also. If you want to confirm you may take an opg x Ray which is will show whether its present or not.

Plz provide me home remedy for permanent cure of dental abscess that is below my decayed tooth.

BDS, MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Advanced course in maxillofacial sugery
Dentist, Lucknow
Plz provide me home remedy for permanent cure of
dental abscess that is below my decayed tooth.
Non don't fool your self consult a maxillofacial surgeon abscess has to b drained ofending tooth if not treatable has to b removed.

I wanted to know about the remedies for teeth sensitivity How do we get rid of tooth sensitivity.

BDS
Dentist, Varanasi
I wanted to know about the remedies for teeth sensitivity
How do we get rid of tooth sensitivity.
Sensitivity Toothpastes are the remedy for tooth sensitivity. But, it's effectiveness depends on the amount of bone and gum loss around your teeth. It's better to take advice of a dentist rather to treat yourself.

Importance Of Teeth

Dermatologist, Delhi
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Teeth stains are a major inconvenience as a well as harmful for your teeth. Teeth stains can occur due to consuming certain foods and drinks. It can also be caused due to unhealthy lifestyle choices, such as not brushing teeth or flossing.

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Hi sir. I am a software engineer. I was eating pan masala from last 4 yaer. But form 2 months I left it. The problem is inside my mouth the skin are white. What is treatment for it?

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
Hi sir. I am a software engineer. I was eating pan masala from last 4 yaer. But form 2 months I left it. The problem ...
Hi, Lybrate user, Tk, plenty of water to hydrate your body. Go for meditation to reduce your stress to nourish your affected part. Your diet be easily digestible on time to check gastric disorder. Tk, homoeopathic medicine: @ Hydrastis 30 -5 drops, thrice. Avoid, junk food, alcohol and Nicotine. Tk, care.
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Dental Myths!

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Meerut
Dental Myths!

The common dental myths that everyone believes to be true.

When it comes to dental hygiene and care, no measures can be considered too much. You should make regular trips to a good dentist as well as take good care of your teeth yourself as well. However, there are certain myths that have come to associate themselves with dental hygiene, not all of which are true. Read on to know the differences between the fiction and the facts about dental care.

Dental myths Facts vs. Fiction
1) White teeth equal healthy teeth.
One thing that everyone believes is that if a person has teeth that are white, it is an indication that they are healthy. The fact is, however, the colour of the teeth is not indicative of their good health. Dentists ascertain the health of your teeth by checking the gum health, cavities (or lack thereof), and health of the jaw bone. You should always concentrate on having healthy teeth, even if they are not pearly white.

2) Braces are for children.
Another myth that is quite common is, only children can get braces for their teeth. This is also untrue as, in fact, braces can be put in place by anybody. While it is true that braces work best when they are used at an early age, even adults can get them to make sure that they have a well-aligned set of teeth. 

3) Brushing and flossing.
There is a misconception that goes hand-in-hand with dental hygiene is that if a person brushes properly, he or she does not need to floss. No measure can be considered excessive when it comes to dental care, so even if you brush your teeth twice every day, the need to floss remains, as it cleans the area between the teeth, something that toothbrushes tend to miss.

4) Bleeding gums is commonplace.
This is one of the more interesting myths. It is actually a sign of gum disease and necessitates a visit to a dental clinic without delay. When hard deposits that stick to your teeth get accumulated for a long time, it leads to the gums becoming swollen and starts to bleed. If left untreated, a disease in the gums can result in the loss of teeth.

5) Scaling damages teeth.
Scaling is the process that removes the deposits that get stuck to your teeth over a period of time. Getting your teeth scaled at regular intervals makes sure that these deposits are removed and also gives a healthy look to your teeth. However, nothing done in excess can be good, so if you are prone to go for scaling your teeth at frequent intervals can damage the enamel. Doing it on a yearly basis has no risks involved as long as the dentist has good hands.

As evident from the above points, the myths do not have any truth attached to them. Now that you know about their fallacy, you can care for your dental hygiene in a better way.
 

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Brushing Is Not Enough!

BDS , MDS, FICOI
Dentist, Noida
Brushing Is Not Enough!

If you brush two times a day still 35% of tooth structure is left untouched. It is important to floss daily. Daily flossing prevents cavities.

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