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Dr. Himanshu Dadlani

17 years experience overall
800 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Deepak Gupta

26 years experience overall
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Dr. Priyanka Puri

14 years experience overall
500 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Parmod Gulia

14 years experience overall
500 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Monica lall

20 years experience overall
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Dr. Anil K Sheorian

22 years experience overall
500 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Parul Giri Verma

15 years experience overall
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1. What does a dentist do?

A dentist takes care of your oral health issues, which include problems of your mouth, jaw, teeth, and gums. A dentist provides services such as teeth cleaning, extraction, filling, and root canal procedure, and also advises on oral diseases including tooth decay, gum disease, and mouth cancer. 

2. What is the difference between a dentist and orthodontist?

Dentistry is a broad medical field with various specialities within it. A general dentist deals with the overall health of your mouth, teeth, gum, and jaw, and provides services including cleaning and repairing of teeth. An orthodontist is a specialist in tooth and jaw alignment and offers treatment including retainers, aligners, and braces.

3. Do I need a dentist appointment before consulting?

Yes, it is advisable to book an appointment with your dentist before going for a consultation. This will help avoid clashes in availability and long waiting hours. Technology has made it very easy nowadays to book an appointment online with your dentist.   

 4. Can a dentist fix a half-broken tooth?

Yes, your dentist can help with a broken tooth. Contact your dentist immediately and he/she will examine the broken tooth. Based on the extent of damage, your dentist can suggest solutions like a filing to bond the chipped tooth, crown to protect the tooth, surgery to remove the broken portion of the tooth, a root canal procedure, or tooth extraction.

5. Is teeth whitening available at a dentist?

Yes, professional teeth whitening services are provided by dentists. Teeth whitening involves applying a peroxide-based bleaching solution to your teeth, and using heat, light, or a combination of the two to amplify the results. Effective whitening results can be seen in very few sittings.

6. Who is a cosmetic dentist?

Cosmetic dentistry is a speciality that provides oral care focused on improving the aesthetic appearance of your mouth, teeth, gums, and smile. A cosmetic dentist deals with minor procedures to major surgeries, and provides services such as teeth whitening, veneers, crowns, fillings, implants, and dental bonding.     

7. Should you visit your kid's dentist regularly?

As in the case of adults, your child should also visit the dentist at least once every 6 months. The pediatric dentist may request visits more often, such as every 3 months, to build trust and a comfort level with your child. Consult the dentist about your child’s oral health and how often it should be examined.

8. Is root canal procedure painful?    

Your dentist will use local anaesthesia to numb your tooth and gums during the root canal procedure, ensuring that there is minimal to no pain during it. Your dentist may also give you antibiotics to treat the infection and reduce your pain, if you have facial swelling or fever before a root canal.

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