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An expert Cosmetic Dentist, Dr Jyotsna Singh works with the most advanced Dental technology to provide her patients with the best possible results. With her unique approach to each patient, Dr Jyotsna blends art and science for the most natural-looking cosmetic and restorative Dentistry results. Through techniques such as teeth whitening, Invisalign, smile makeovers, porcelain veneers, and Six Month Smiles, Dr. Jyotsna is able to transform her patients smiles, aiming to give each of them the smile they've always dreamed of Patients in need of restorative dentistry can find their smile again with dental crowns, dental implants, or a full mouth reconstruction. As a member of the International Society of Cosmetic Dentistry, she is involved in the latest research on improvement of methods employed for Smile designing.
O-Block 99 Upper Ground Floor, DND Road, Amaltash Marg, Landmark: Opposite Ramlila Ground (Noida Stadium), Noida
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Recently, I got a root canal for the very first time in my life. The tooth was cracked some time ago, but I chose to ignore it. A mistake, but I never had any pain on that tooth. After careful consideration, I made the decision to go see Dr. Jyotsna. She examined the tooth along with the rest of my teeth and laid out a plan to get everything that needed to be done. Well, I am not afraid of dentist or pain, but I had not been to one in a very long time. So, I was nervous. Perhaps apprehensive, but I went. Once she numbed the tooth, after 15 minutes or so, the procedure got started. Aside from just a few small sensations, I felt pretty good. She did a filling first and clean the area up a little, then she made the temporary crown. This took longer than the root canal itself. However, no pain. The whole affair lasted about 2 hours, total time. After the procedure, I was very numb, but no pain at all. Once the numbing shot wore off, again, no pain. I took one voveron. That's it. Honestly folks, no two people will have the same experiences. All I can say is do not be afraid. Cooperate with the dentist while he or she is doing the procedure. It really makes a difference. Not all dentist are good or even great. **** *** ********** I had no real pain during or after the root canal. I have a very low tolerance for pain, but that did not affect my treatment. Just depends. The only thing to fear is fear itself.
I have bad teeth due to genetics, bad eating habits, and lots of sugars. So I decided for dental implants at Dr. Malik Dental Clinic. Stage 1 was removal of decayed teeth, bone grafting, shaping and polishing bone, and temporary crowns. Stage 2 and Stage 3 were putting implants, and finally Stage 4 I had my natural looking artificial crowns done.
Great dentist! I always get nervous about dental appointments and cavity fillings but Dr Jyotsna made me feel so comfortable! She takes her time and really focuses on the patient. I appreciated that she took the time to explain things to me, whereas many other dentists would just say "you have a cavity" but wouldn't go to great lengths to show where it is and talk about the progression of cavities. I just feel so comfortable with Dr Jyotsna and am impressed with her knowledge and expertise! Will definitely keep seeing her! Also, she is the first dentist that really motivated me to take better care of my teeth (floss, mouthwash) and i am seeing the results and feeling so good about it!
It was a great and painless experience. Doctors are highly competent and soft-spoken. The ambience was excellent and comfortable. I didn't felt that I am at a clinic. Fees is reasonable as my previous dentist charged almost twice for similar work. i'll recommend thid dental clinic to all frends
Q: Who is a dentist?
A: A dentist is a doctor who practices dentistry. Dentistry involves the mouth, teeth, gums, and related areas. A dentist takes care of the overall oral healthcare. Common procedures performed at the dentist are tooth filling, tooth extraction, cleaning and polishing of teeth, and minor tooth surgeries like root canal treatment. Within dentistry, there are many specializations that require further training.
Q: What education qualifications are mandatory for a Dentist?
A: A doctoral degree in the field of dental medicine or dental surgery is required to become a dentist. The pre-requisite for doing a dental course is a 4-year bachelor’s degree in a science related field. Qualifying in the dental admission exam and enrolling in a dental school are the next steps.
Q: Should I consult a dentist for bad breath?
A: Bad breath is often due to lack of oral hygiene. In some cases, it may be an indication of some underlying health issue. Consulting a dentist for bad breath is the most logical step. A dentist will perform thorough examination of your teeth and gums to determine the cause of bad breath. Halitosis is the medical term for bad breath.
Q: How many sittings does a dentist take for Root canal treatment?
A: Root canal treatment is a dental procedure followed for advanced decay of tooth that cannot be repaired by filling. In this treatment the tooth pulp is removed, the space is cleaned and filled, and finally a crown is placed on the tooth. The number of sittings for a root canal treatment varies depending on the extent of tooth decay.
Q: Will a dentist perform surgery for wisdom tooth removal?
A: People who develop wisdom tooth may require extraction at a later time. A dentist is the right person to perform extraction of wisdom tooth. Once you book an appointment for tooth extraction, the dentist will appraise you of the entire procedure and after care. Sedation, numbing, tissue removal, bone removal, and tooth extraction are the steps of wisdom tooth removal.