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1. What are a dentist’s qualifications?


In order to be a dentist in India, you need to complete a 4-year undergraduate degree called BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery), followed by an internship for at least one year. The BDS should be from a college recognised by the Dental Council of India (DCI). Further specialisation can be pursued through short-term courses or a Masters degree. 



2. Does a dentist do teeth cleaning?


Yes, dentists offer teeth cleaning as part of their services. Teeth cleaning includes a physical exam of your teeth, removal of plaque and tartar (buildup of bacteria and food deposits) from your teeth, cleaning the teeth with a gritty (grainy) toothpaste, flossing, rinsing, and application of fluoride treatment to protect your teeth against cavities.


3. Are children’s dentists different from adult dentists?


Yes, there are special dentists for children and they are called pediatric dentists or pedodontists. A pediatric dentist has qualifications and experience in dealing with children’s teeth, gums, and mouth issues, all through the stages of childhood to teenage years.


4. Can any dentist do a root canal procedure?


General dentists are qualified and trained in performing the root canal procedure. However, depending on the complexity of the issue, they may refer patients to an endodontist, who specialises in diagnosing and treating factors related to tooth pain, such as a root canal procedure.


5. How long does numbing from a dentist’s visit last?


If you go to a dentist for a teeth filling or root canal procedure, the dentist usually numbs the area using local anaesthesia to prevent pain during your treatment. In most cases, the anaesthesia will wear off from all parts of your mouth between 2 to 5 hours.


6. How to cure gum disease without a dentist’s help?


Gum disease can range from mild to serious. Mild gum disease, called gingivitis, results in inflammation of the gums (redness and swelling), which can lead to periodontitis and cause serious damage to the tissue and bone supporting the teeth. Since gingivitis is mild, it can be managed and reversed with maintaining proper oral hygiene. However, you should consult a dentist at the earliest for periodontitis.


7. Can your dentist remove wisdom teeth?


Yes, your dentist can remove wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars that people may get in their late teens or early twenties. These teeth are often misaligned and may need to be removed. Your dentist, and if needed, an oral surgeon, can extract your wisdom teeth.


8. Can I visit a dentist during pregnancy?


Yes, it is safe to visit the dentist while you are pregnant. It is important to get a dental checkup during pregnancy to take care of teeth cleaning and fillings if any, before your baby is born. Also, your dentist can help you with any pregnancy-related dental issues that you might be facing.

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