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Hello..I am 34 years female..I got my first dose of covishield on 7 June .. After how many days can I visit a dentist... It's pending from many days ...due to covid I have a cavity ...l am in pune.. and due to high number of cases per day we have delayed our visit to dentist..But now my cavity has started to ache... please advise..I have 3 years old daughter...
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Hello mam. As per your concern you have cavity which can be filled any time after  one or two weeks of covid shield that shuld not be an problme.. But as u also mentioned that ur cavity is been aching then it looks as its reaching next stage to cavity filling
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please I advice you to go to nearby dentist asap and have an x ray frst to diagnose
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Hello mam Please be aware See as per my knowledge you can have your cavity filling done easily.there is no harm in visiting dentist.however if you want temporary relief you can take medications.for further details you can consult me Thanks
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Hello, As now things are much better & you are already vaccinated with your first dose, will advise you to take a dental appointment asap & get it fixed as delaying a cavity filling can be harmful. Most Clinics and doctors are taking full precautions, to keep you safe.
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No need to worry. You can visit your dentist at the earliest. Most dental clinics are making huge efforts to make them safe for their patients. You have already taken 1st dose. You don't have to  suffer with the pain.
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Make sure you follow all covid guidelines on the way to clinic and on the way back. After coming back take a shower, wash the clothes you were wearing and disinfect all accessories like handbag, keys, mobile phone etc. that you have carried with you. Just to be on the safer side, go near your daughter after doing all these and you will be fine.
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Dear, You don't have to delay your visit to dentist. You can visit whenever you feel comfortable. It's completely safe.
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Maintain covid appropriate behaviour while going out
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Greetings, Maam as you have already taken vaccine 1st dose on 7th now you can visit a dentist to get your cavity filled. No need to worry its safe to visit a dental clinic. Hope this will help you.
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