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Dr. Sneha S. Sakpal

BDS

Dentist, Navi Mumbai

7 Years Experience
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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning.
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Dr. Sneha S. Sakpal is a popular Dentist in Seawoods, Navi Mumbai. She has been a practicing Dentist for 7 years. She studied and completed BDS . You can visit her at Dental Innovative Centress in Seawoods, Navi Mumbai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Sneha S. Sakpal on Lybrate.com.

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BDS - Bharati Vidyapeeth Dental College & Hospital, Pune - 2011
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Dental Innovative Centress, Shop No. 9, Dhara Chs, Plot No. 3/4, Sector-44A, Seawoods(W),(Next To Mumbai High Hotel)Navi Mumbai Get Directions
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How to whiten our teeth with the use of our homemade options and what should I do for the improvement of daily energy of my body?

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How to whiten our teeth with the use of our homemade options and what should I do for the improvement of daily energy...
Do regular exercise and take healthy diet for energy and brush your teeth twice and use mouthwash after meals.
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Tips for Selecting Proper Toothbrush – By Dr. Bharat Katarmal – A Dentist at Jamnagar

BDS
Dentist, Jamnagar
Tips for Selecting Proper Toothbrush – By Dr. Bharat Katarmal – A Dentist at Jamnagar
It's important for overall health to choose a brush that gets your mouth clean and keeps it healthy. Toothbrush is the principal and most important instrument to clean teeth.

You know that market is flooded with so many types of toothbrush in various colors, type, shape and size. Some toothbrush brands promise fresh breath, deep cleaning and even teeth whitening, those makes people more confused, and make shopping of toothbrush challenge.

There are, however, some toothbrush basics that you need to know. Here are some tips about selecting proper toothbrush.

Size of Toothbrush
The best toothbrush head allow you easy access to all surfaces of your teeth. For most adults, toothbrushes head a half-inch wide and one-inch tall will be the easiest to use and the most effective. There are also larger toothbrush heads available, but they are difficult to use to clean certain areas, such as the sides and backs of your molars. The toothbrush should have a long enough handle so you can comfortably hold it in your hand. The best toothbrush is one that fits your mouth and allows you to reach all teeth surfaces easily.

Bristle variety of Toothbrush
This is the most important point in selecting toothbrush. There are so many varieties of bristle type ranging from hard, medium, soft and ultra soft. Some people use the hardest bristles as they believe that it can achieve a better clean, but these can be having a negative impact on their teeth and gums. It has been shown that the harder bristles can cause premature gum recession and wear facets (Abrasion, Toothbrush trauma) on the teeth. For these reasons we recommend using the soft bristles as they achieve the good result with minimum trauma to the teeth and gums. A soft-bristled brush is best for removing plaque and debris from teeth. The soft-bristled toothbrush will be the most comfortable and safest choice. They are easier on your gums. When you brush, you want to clean your teeth, not make your gums bleed. A toothbrush with hard bristles is more likely to cause bleeding gums. Depending on how vigorously you brush your teeth and the strength of your teeth, medium and hard bristled brushes could actually damage the gums, root surface, and protective tooth enamel. For even more tooth protection when you brush, be sure the bristles on the toothbrush you select have rounded tips. The thin bristles tips are able to enter and sweep food particles from along the gum line and between narrower gaps between the teeth. The ultra soft bristled toothbrush mainly used after gum surgery specially recommended by dentists.
Remember: The Softest the better.

Don't forget: After daily use, your toothbrush can lose its effectiveness; its bristles become hard and even become a breeding ground for germs, fungus and bacteria. For that reason toothbrush should be replaced 3 monthly. If you recently had a cold or infection, you may have transferred germs to your toothbrush so be sure to use a new toothbrush.

Don’t Miss the Dental Visits
Brushing teeth is an essential part of daily routine, but remember that regular dental visits are most important to the overall dental health. By visiting dentist twice a year for checkups and dental cleanings, and learning how to brush properly, you will definitely enjoy a healthy, beautiful smile for a lifetime.
At Dr. Bharat Katarmal Dental and Implant Clinic, Jamnagar, we aim to identify, treat, and educate our patients on the best oral hygiene techniques to help maintain their own oral health at home. If it’s been more than six months since your last check up, a call on 9714290071 to book an appointment for dental check up.


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Why my teeth is dark yellow even I brush my teeth two times daily, will tooth bleach procedure work on me.

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Why my teeth is dark yellow even I brush my teeth two times daily, will tooth bleach procedure work on me.
It can be because of chronic bleeding gums... And no bleeding is not good.. You should get proper treatment to remove the cause...you can consult me through lybrate..
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Hello sir I am 28 year old I suffering from blooding teeth and very bad smell from mouth. So please suggest me some what I can do to resolve it.

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Hello sir I am 28 year old
I suffering from blooding teeth and very bad smell from mouth.
So please suggest me some w...
Hello lybrate-user Rai if you gums are bleeding you please consult your doctor and have scaling and root planing use a good mouth wash suggested by you doctor and have tongue clean.
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I have infection in foliate papillae it is writing what is the precosons and treatment please tell me. And how much days will take for heal.

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It will be better if you start MAHAMANJISTHSDI KADHA 10 ml+ VIDANGARISHTA 10 ml+ water 20 ml after lunch and dinner.
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Hi how to control tooth decay. Is it possible to control it using brush twice a day.

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Hi how to control tooth decay. Is it possible to control it using brush twice a day.
Yes it will benefited if you brush twice a day,for decayed teeth you need to go for filling (restoration) for particular teeth.
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My mother tongue is excessively going dry for the past few months. She complained of her tongue keep getting dry?

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My mother tongue is excessively going dry for the past few months. She complained of her tongue keep getting dry?
If patient uses any hypertensive medications .wirh time dry mouth problems occur. Stop using tongue cleaners And increase the amounf of water intake and there are some saliva I ducing chewing gums in market you can use that too.
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I just want after the use of hard tooth brush my gums has poor I just want to ask how to I grow back receding gums.

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I just want after the use of hard tooth brush my gums has poor I just want to ask how to I grow back receding gums.
Dear Lybrate user, immediately stop using the toothbrush that caused the problem. You can opt for sensodyne soft/ultrasoft toothbrush instead. Be very gentle while brushing, the harder you brush, the sooner will your teeth and guns wear out. You can find a lot of you tube videos which demonstrate the correct brushing technique. Keep massaging your gums with a gum astringent like stolin gum paint/tanid thrice daily for 10 days. Apply a drop or 2 on your finger and gently massage it in all areas where the recession is maximum. Let it stay in contact with your gums for 8-10 minutes during which do not swallow or spit. After 10 minutes gently spit but don't rinse your mouth, don't eat or drink anything for 30 minutes and keep spitting out the excess saliva. Also, visit a dentist to assess the degree of gum recession in case it needs any further treatment. Best wishes.
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I have gap in my teeth. Also my two front teeth are very wide, approx 10.5 to 11mm. My doctor is saying that before going for braces, I should have rct on both teeth and shape it to reduce its width. Is it good to go for rct and alter the natural teeth or should I go for braces without changing width of these two teeth.

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I have gap in my teeth. Also my two front teeth are very wide, approx 10.5 to 11mm. My doctor is saying that before g...
Hi rohan maheshwari, usually we do the changes such has reduction in size after the orthodontic treatment. But as you already have consulted a dentist who has seen you clinically, I would not counter his decision.
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