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Dr. Nashwa - Dentist

Dr. Nashwa

BDS , Master of Public Health (MPH)

Dental Surgeon , 5 Years Experience

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100% (26 votes)
Dr. Nashwa has done Bachelors in Dental Surgery from MNR Dental College in the year 2011. She has done her Masters In Public Health from University of Western S more..

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Secunderabad

, Hyderabad

Dinesh's Dental Paradise - Center for Face Mouth & Jaw Surgery

5, 4th Floor, Legend Crystal Complex, Street No.7, P.G Road, Landmark : Near To Paradise Hotel, Hyderabad

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MON - SAT

3:00 PM - 9:00 PM

INR 550

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic.There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic. There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

Specializations

Dental Surgeon

Education

BDS - DAPM R.V. Dental College, 2010

Master of Public Health (MPH) - University of Western Sydney, 2013

Verification Pending

Experience

2014 - 2016 Dental Surgeon at Dinesh's Dental Paardise

Awards and Recognitions

Public Health Officer - 2013

Memberships

Dental Council of India

Registrations

a10629 Andhra Pradesh State Dental Council, 2010
A10629 Andhra Pradesh State Dental Council, 2011

Verification Pending

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In the month of Ramadan it is crucial to maintain your dental health in a good condition apart from your routine days. Especially fasting people suffer from bad breath which is very common and it’s pretty much easier to avoid when you keep in mind few quick tips. Oral health not only helps in [...]

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Bad breath can be really annoying to the opposite person during interaction. Oral health plays a very important role in self esteem and social interaction apart from chewing. Here are some tips to eschew bad smell and helps you in gaining confidence before you move out!.

  • AVOID ONION, [...]

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A Set of Healthy Teeth in a Human's Mouth Is Extremely Valuable


2017-05-18 12:50:54


Oral health is crucial to general health and  well being at every stage of your life. A healthy mouth provides not only nourishment to the human body, but also enhances social interaction and promotes self esteem. The mouth serves as a "window" to the rest of the body, providing signals of [...]

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Habits That Damage Your Teeth:


2017-05-15 23:28:32


Everyday habits can harm your teeth. Its pretty much important to know them and stop right away . So, it helps in preserving your natural teeth. 

1) TOBACCO: Any form of tobacco either chew able or smoking can impart stains on your teeth. Not only this but it also harms your oral [...]

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1. BROCCOLI

Eat the crispy florets of this green vegetable as raw. The high levels of iron contained in it will coat the enamel layer  of the teeth to help in removing stains, harmful bacteria. Ensures to keep all teeth clean and leaves a bright smile.

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Oral Health care..


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  • If you don't floss , you miss cleaning 40% of your tooth surfaces. Make sure you brush and floss twice a day!
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