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Root Canal Treatment
Teeth Cleaning Procedure
Teeth Whitening Procedure
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Tooth Extraction Procedure
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I am 21 years old I am facing a problem during night when I sleep I always grind my teeth during sleep so what should I do?
This is prakash 34 years, recently I have pain in teeth. So I consulted Dr. They said this is an additional teeth. Left Lower last tooth. We should remove. So I agree. And yesterday removed also. But there is no stitches over there. I don't know how it will recover. They given tablet. Zerodol-p and amox 500g. 1. Is this sufficient to recover soon. 2. Shall I rinse with salty water? If yes how many times per day? 3. How to avoid infection? Please advise.
Sir actually on any tongue after whole day bacteria is formed and we should clean it but in my case the right side of the tongue remains plain with out any bacteria only middle and left bacteria is formed the right of the tongue is plain and does not find any spots or marks it is plain and in red colour normal tongue colour what is the problem may be.
I am 20 years old and I've been suffering from mouth ulcers which last a really long time, the last session lasted approximately 3 months and now again, after a 2 month gap. They occur all over the tongue, beneath it and cover up the inner upper and lower lip. They are extremely painful, making it very hard for me to speak, eat or even move the tongue around, forcing me to grit my teeth firmly. I've tried various types medication but they all seem temporary and have short term results. I drink healthy amounts of water, so I don't think hydration is the problem. Just trying out my luck here, hoping that something would turn up that might really help. Thank you in advance! Peace
I still feel sort of sensitivity after 45 days of dental flap surgery with bone graft? Will the healing process disturbed if I get scaling done now at this point to the treated teeth? Does plaque disclosing agent cause any ill effects if applied to the treated area after 45 days of flap surgery with bone graft? Want to know the answers for the above. Thanks doc.
I am a 25 years old male and I am suffering from jaw problems, I can't take cold drinks. What should I do sir?
Hi, I am 35 yrs old and am suffering from sneezing and nasal discharge since last 10 years, I have got my allergic check up and according to report I have dust allergy. I have started immunotherapy treatment and currently using m3 oral drops, but I have problem in teeth, I have cavities and sensitivity due to which I feel that my eye lids are stuck to each other. And I cant tolerate bright lights like computer, sun, mobile etc. Whats the connection between teeth and eyes? or is it because of nasal discharge that my eyes are affected? please advice. Thanks
If you see blood while brushing your teeth, do not ignore it; it could be a sign of gum disease. A build-up of plaque along the gum line is the main trigger for bleeding gums. If left untreated, it could lead to gingivitis or periodontitis which could further lead to the loss of teeth. Bleeding gums are also caused by:
- Vigorous brushing
- Bleeding disorders or use of blood thinners
- Hormonal changes during pregnancy
- Improper flossing
- Deficiency of vitamin K
- Tooth or gum related infection
- Ill-fitting dentures and braces
In most cases, bleeding gums can be treated at home. Here are a few tips.
- Use a soft bristle toothbrush. Ideally, you should brush your teeth gently after every meal, but if that is not possible, begin and end each day by brushing your teeth.
- Avoid mouthwashes that contain alcohol as this can worsen the condition. Instead, rinse your mouth with a warm saline solution or a hydrogen peroxide solution.
- Floss your teeth twice a day to prevent plaque build up. However be careful not to cut your gums.
- Avoid snacking between meals and cut back on your carbohydrate intake. Avoid added sugars as far as possible.
- Massage your gums with an oral irrigation device on a low setting. You could also put pressure on your gums with a gauze pad soaked in ice water to relieve the bleeding.
- Consult your dentist to check that your braces, dentures etc. are well fitted and are not rubbing against your gums or causing sores.
- Avoid aspirin and other blood thinners.
In some cases, these home remedies may not be enough. If you experience severe or long-term bleeding or any other symptoms along with the bleeding, you must consult a dentist immediately. Your dentist will be able to clean your teeth and remove all plaque and tartar on the tooth enamel and under the gum line that may be causing the bleeding. The doctor will also be able to examine the positioning of your teeth to ensure that there is no alignment problem that is reducing the effectiveness of brushing or flossing. Your dentist may also give you a few suggestions on how to overcome this problem. Regular cleaning and dental examinations are crucial to reversing bleeding gums and the diseases associated with it.
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