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Dr. Prabhat Singh - Dentist, Nagpur

Dr. Prabhat Singh

MDS in pedodontics n preventive dentistry

Dentist, Nagpur

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Dr. Prabhat Singh is a trusted Dentist in Katol, Nagpur. Doctor is a MDS in pedodontics n preventive dentistry . Doctor is currently practising at Dharmveer advance multispeciality dena Clinic in Katol, Nagpur. Book an appointment online with Dr. Prabhat Singh on has top trusted Dentists from across India. You will find Dentists with more than 33 years of experience on We will help you to get in touch with the best Dentists online in Nagpur. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


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Cleaning Your Tongue - How & Why

Dentist, Gurgaon
Cleaning Your Tongue - How & Why

While the mouth has the maximum amount of bacteria in the body, the highest concentration of bacteria in the mouth is on the tongue. It is therefore important to keep a clean tongue to avoid dental issues, starting from plaque formation to severe dental and oral infections.

Why clean the tongue: Before talking about how to go about keeping the tongue clean, let us look at why it should be done.

  1. Tongue cleaning is one of the main steps to maintaining a good oral hygiene.
  2. The bacteria that cause tooth decay and gum disease reside on the tongue, and cleaning it can remove the bacteria and therefore reduce tooth decay and gum disease.
  3. The bad odour produced by decay and gum disease can be avoided.
  4. Detoxifies the body - it is believed that toxin accumulation happens on the tongue, so daily cleaning helps detoxify the body.
  5. A cleaner tongue exposes the taste buds, thereby improving the perception of taste.
  6. Stimulate various other organs -The tongue has like pressure points that connect to various other body parts, and cleaning it helps stimulate these. The tip of the tongue activates the heart; the sides are connected to the spleen, liver, and gallbladder; so on and so forth.
  7. Cleaner looking tongue - Various food habits tend to give a color to the tongue. Caffeine, for instance, produces a yellow coating, which can be removed by regular brushing.

Choosing a tongue cleaner: Decide on the material and the type of the instrument. Either a plastic or metal or silicone cleaner will do the job equally well. In ancient times, gold or copper scrapers were used as it was believed to be good for health. Pick one of the three -tongue scrapers, tongue cleaners, or tongue brushes. All three are equally effective in cleaning the tongue of the bacteria. If required, motorized tongue cleaners are also available.


  • Timing: Good to do it first thing in the morning. Overnight, there is a thick coating of bacteria on the tongue, and therefore cleaning the tongue in the morning is a good habit.
  • Swish warm water: Begin with swishing your mouth with warm water, which loosens up the microbial film and thereby making it easier to remove.
  • Scraping/Cleaning: Extend your tongue and start from the back of the tongue, as far back as possible without gagging. Toothpaste can be used on the scraper or cleaner if required. With slow, sweeping strokes, clean all the way to the front and then sideways.
  • Duration: It is good practice to brush the tongue for about 90 seconds per day.

Tongue cleaning is a simple and effective way to maintain oral and general health. If you wish to discuss about any specific dental problem, you can consult a specialized dentist and ask a free question.

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Painless Root Canal Treatment

BDS, MDS Endodontist
Dentist, Gurgaon
Painless Root Canal Treatment

Dental anxiety is a widespread problem in populations across the world abstaining them from regular dental visits. Previous studies reported 64% of individuals nervous of dental treatment, with a smaller but still significant number of adults (2.4–5%) classed as dental phobics (serious psychological problem). Surveys completed by the American Association of Endodontists reveals that most people with a fear of the dentist are based on others’ experience and not their own. Being an Endodontist (“endo” – inside; “odont” – tooth), I am compelled to write about Root Canal Treatment given its bad reputation in general.  A thorough understanding of what is going to happen is half the battle won.


Root canal treatment is the removal of nerve and blood supply of the tooth to remove its sensation. A tooth crown has essentially 3 layers- outermost ENAMEL, DENTIN in between followed by PULP (THE INNERMOST VITAL PART OF TOOTH)

As long as decay or trauma or infection underneath old fillings or fracture are restricted to enamel and dentin, FILLINGS are enough. The moment the problem hits the PULP, it is clearly a Root Canal Treatment. Precisely, avoiding a Root Canal Treatment is entirely in your hands by scheduling regular dental visits and getting the required intervention done on time.



  • You have severe tooth pain especially on chewing or applying pressure on that side of the mouth
  • Excruciating thrombing pain in lying down position
  • Tender or swollen gums near the painful tooth
  • Lingering pain in your tooth when it is exposed to hot or cold temperatures
  • Tooth appears darker or discolored
  • You see a tiny pimple on your gums with intermittent pus discharge.


Every patient undergoing Root Canal Treatment for the first time has invariably enquired about this. While every tooth and every person responds differently, ROOT CANAL TREATMENT IS PAINLESS- before, during and after the procedure when performed by a skilled and experienced root canal specialist.

At Dental Panache, we ensure to invest maximum time and attention is making you numb in a pain free manner. We use topical gels and sprays to make your soft tissue numb before injecting it with very fine needles to ensure minimum discomfort. We also administer long lasting anaesthetic agents for longer appointments. When the local anaesthesia is effective, the whole procedure is absolutely PAINLESS.

Before the anaesthesia effect wears off, we start your antibiotics, painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs for about 3-5 days to ensure smooth healing and speedy recovery.


Though root canals can be done in a single appointment (without crown), we prefer to complete the whole process in two appointments to better judge the tooth’s response and manage it effectively. Every appointment typically lasts for 45- 90 minutes. We always give you bite blocks to open your mouth so that you are not tired.


  • It is normal to feel tenderness or dull aching pain in the affected area for a few days because the ligament between your tooth and socket may be inflamed.
  • Avoid chewing from the affected side till the crown is fixed. A root canal treated tooth inherently becomes weak and is always covered with crown for protection to prevent fracture while chewing hard food stuff.
  • A foreign body feeling remains after crown cementation for 1-2 days.
  • Start eating only soft food with the crown for the initial few days and gradually start using it like any other natural tooth.
  • For long term success, proper oral hygiene habits and regular dental screening are imperative.


It usually takes 18 months for a Root canal to FAIL (Before symptoms appear). Root canals can be safely attempted again at least twice with fairly high success rates if done by a skilled practitioner. The success rate of retreatment has been shown to be in the range of 80% healing.


ROOT CANAL TREATMENT IS THE ONLY WAY TO SAVE YOUR NATURAL TOOTH (NO DENTIST CAN RECREATE ANYTHING BETTER THAN YOUR OWN TOOTH). If you do not get a proper Root canal treatment done, the tooth may eventually fracture. Studies have shown that well treated root canal fillings will last for many years, if not a lifetime. It is any day better than removing the diseased tooth and getting it replaced by a bridge/implant (depending on prognosis of the case).


Hi, I am 35 years old and have gone for tooth extraction twice for wisdom tooth. Now I m getting some problem with the filling areas which was filled by the dental doctor that time. Its almost 5 years now.

MDS - Orthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Porbandar
Those fillings must be deep and might be causing u pain now. U might need root canal for those tooth which will be confirmed by xrays
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I am suffering toothech and gum pain . Sometimes bleeding from teethroots what is the solution.

M.D.S- Prosthodontist & Implantologist
Dentist, Pune
Tooth might be having too much deposits down there below gums which causes it to have pain and bleeding it should be cleaned professionally and curretage may be required depend upon situation take care
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The doctor said this is a case of oral lichen planes but the oral condition is not recovered we know about the oral cancer center for confirming the case is not oral cancer. Please advice

B.D.S., M.D.S.
Dentist, Hyderabad
You go and consult another dental surgeon, if it is oral lichen planus, take a treatment for it. Lichen planus is autoimmune disease so it will take time for healing.
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Home remedy for treating the pain of new tooth arising? What to do for relieving the pain?

Dentist, Bangalore
Home remedy for treating the pain of new tooth arising? What to do for relieving the pain?
If new tooth is erupting in abnormal way, it is advised to get it removed. Get the xray done from dentist for position of new tooth. Gargle with warm salt water twice daily for relief.
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Why should I use dental floss? Which foods and drinks containing sugar cause tooth decay?

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
Why should I use dental floss? Which foods and drinks containing sugar cause tooth decay?
Dental floss is used to remove the plaque in the interdental areas of the teeth.Tooth decay is caused by bacteria in the mouth using sugar from foods and drinks to produce acids that dissolve and damage the teeth.
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MDS - Periodontics
Dentist, Thane
Smoking or consuming smokeless tobacco is very harmful for your teeth. It can lead to various oral diseases like oral cancer, gingivitis, periodontitis and tooth decay. 
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I am 70 years old. Last year, after Implant of my three tooth, I was advised to use Beta Din Gargle. After brushing, I use Beta Din Gargle once a week. Should I increase the use of Beta Din Gargle or once a week is sufficient?

Certified Implantologist, BDS
Dentist, Mumbai
I am 70 years old. Last year, after Implant of my three tooth, I was advised to use Beta Din Gargle. After brushing, ...
You can use chlorhehidine mouthwash with aqueous base every day before bed. Its better that you use a mouthwash regularly.
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