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Pyorrhea in teeth
My mother is facing - 1. Sometimes bleeding while brushing or touching 2. She has gaps between the teeth 3. Sometimes teeth sensitivity to hot and cold 4. Bad breath It looks like the symptoms of pyorrhea. Please suggest any treatment for it
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Please get teeth cleaning done. You can visit my clinic
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your mom might be having periodontitis, she needs a periodontal treatment, simple dental scaling might resolve the problem. before visiting a dentist get a OPG xray and HbA1C blood test so you can get the treatment faster
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Hello! Kindly attach pic for better suggestions Get cleaning done
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Hello, get full mouth scaling done from your nearby dentist. Brush twice daily followed by chlorhexidine mouthwash.
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Go for full mouth scaling
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Hello First of all please get the scaling done by visiting the dentist Please brush twice daily Massage the gums with index finger twice daily Gargle after every meal
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Please use the mouthwash twice daily
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Please brush twice daily
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Hi, Visit a dentist and get a full mouth cleaning done.
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