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Who are Dentists?

Branch of medicine that deals with the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment for diseases, infection, disorders, and medical conditions of the oral cavity is Dentistry. It is also called as oral medicine and dental medicine. Doctors or Surgeons who are specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of oral cavity diseases are called Dentists or Dental surgeons.

Should I go to the Dentist regularly?

One can have a regular check-up with the Dentist based on their oral health condition. However, it is recommended to consult a Dentist on a yearly basis or a monthly basis.

For what conditions one can consult a Dentist?

One can consult the Dentist if he/she is suffering from any of the following conditions:

  • Toothache
  • Stained teeth
  • Chipped tooth
  • Cracked tooth
  • Sensitive teeth to cold
  • Gap between tooth

When should I consult the Dentist?

If the medical problem of the tooth is severe or moderate that affects your daily life, then one must consult the Dentist and should have a discussion.

Can a Dentist cure my toothache?

Toothache can be temporarily relieved by OTC drugs like ibuprofen. But, if the toothache is severe and worse, one must consult the Dentist. The Dentist will diagnose the severity of the toothache and plan an appropriate treatment course

[NOTE:- Before using any OTC drugs, pleases have a discussion with your primary doctor or family doctor]

Can Dentists perform Dental implant surgery?

Generally, Oral Surgeon or Periodontists will perform Dental implant surgery. But a Dentist who is trained in placing and restoring dental implants can perform this surgery.

What surgeries can be performed by a Dentist?

A Dentist can perform surgeries and few of them are:

  • Dental implant surgery
  • Root canal treatment
  • Oral and maxillofacial surgery
  • Biopsies to check for oral cancer
  • Fillings and repair
  • Bridges and implants for damaged teeth
  • Gum surgery
  • Jaw surgery

Is it safe to undergo teeth whitening?

Yes, teeth whitening is safe, and one can undergo this procedure if he/she is having yellowish teeth. However, one can suffer a few side-effects like teeth sensitivity and soft tissue irritation.

Can I have a prior booking for Dentist consultation?

Depending on the Dentist you select to have a consultation, the pre-booking option will be available. So, in recent years, one can book an appointment with the Dentist to have a consultation.

Will Dentists cure the bad breath & tooth decay?

Yes, depending on the severity and decay level of tooth and bad breath, the Dentist will suggest a suitable treatment plan that helps to reduce or decrease the dental problem.