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2 Dentist
16 years experience
Sector-16
₹300Consultation Fees
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Dr. Rajiv Goel

Dentist
25 years experience overall
  
FREE300Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Manav Lakhanpal

Dentist
16 years experience overall
  
FREE300Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Puneet Ahuja

Dentist
16 years experience overall
  
400 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Vishal Bansal

Dentist
14 years experience overall
  
FREE100Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Mona Mittal

Dentist
18 years experience overall

Dr. Pallavi Lakhanpal

Dentist
16 years experience overall
  
FREE300Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Gaurav Mittal

Dentist
18 years experience overall
  
FREE300Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Ritu Garg Rastogi

Dentist
23 years experience overall
  
600 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Saru Kumar Manchanda

Dentist
18 years experience overall
  
FREE400Consultation fee at clinic

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1. What are a dentist's qualifications?


To be a dentist in India, a person needs to complete a 4-year undergraduate degree BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) followed by an internship for at least a year. The degree must be from a college recognized by the Dental Council of India (DCI). If desired, further specialisation can be pursued through short-term courses or a Masters degree.


2. How to remove tartar from teeth without a dentist?


Tartar, also called dental calculus, is the yellow-brown hard calcified deposit that coats your teeth and gums. There are various home remedies such as baking soda, white vinegar, and orange peels, which are suggested for tartar removal. However, it is advisable to approach a dentist for a clean and effective job.



3. How often should you go to the dentist?


Though every individual’s oral health needs are different, it is advisable for adults and children to visit a dentist at least once every 6 months. Visit your dentist to have a professional examination and cleaning of your teeth, if needed, even if there are no urgent issues with your oral health.



4. Why do dentists use a concave mirror?


A concave mirror (with an inwardly bent reflecting surface and a polished outward surface) bends light towards you, providing an enlarged image. A flat mirror reflects light in a way that the image is the same size as the actual object. Hence, dentists use a concave mirror to see brighter and larger images of the areas in your mouth that are not easily reachable.


5. Can a dentist provide braces?


Yes, dentists can help you with braces. There is a specific type of dentist, called an orthodontist, who deals with oral health issues such as the alignment and straightness of your teeth. An orthodontist will suggest and provide braces if they are the optimal solution to your problem.


6. Can I change dentists mid treatment?


Yes, you can change dentists mid treatment. Your health should be your utmost priority, so if you are uncomfortable with your present dentist, or your needs are not being met, you can switch to another dentist. It is advisable to maintain your dental health records well for a smooth transfer between dentists. 



7. What are the types of dentists?


Generally, there are 7-8 types of specialities in dentistry. They are:General Dentist: for routine teeth cleaning and dental examination. Orthodontist: for teeth and jaw alignment using braces and retainers, etc. Periodontist: for problems with gums. Pediatric Dentist: for children’s oral health issues.Oral Surgeon: for diseases of the teeth and jaw.Endodontist: for issues with tooth nerves and root canal treatment.Prosthodontist: for problems with teeth and jaw bones. Cosmetic dentist: for issues with the appearance of smile, mouth, teeth, and gums.


8. Can dentists identify oral cancer?


Yes, as part of your routine check up, your dentist can feel for lumps or abnormal tissue changes in your neck, head, face, and oral cavity. Your dentist can also check your mouth for sores, discolored tissue, or the usual symptoms of oral cancer. A biopsy (examination of sample cells from the mouth to look closely for disease) may be needed to diagnose oral cancer.

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