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Dr. Jai Lalwani

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15 years experience overall
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Dr. Pragya Goswami

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12 years experience overall
  
500 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Rajendra Bane

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40 years experience overall
  
100 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Nisarg R Shah

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46 years experience overall
  
500 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Ranjeet Sharma

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26 years experience overall
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Dr. Sujata Iyer

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26 years experience overall
  
550 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Sachin Laxmikant Lad

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27 years experience overall
  
500 Consultation fee at clinic
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2. What education qualifications are mandatory for a Dentist?

3. Should I consult a dentist for bad breath?

4. How many sittings does a dentist take for Root canal treatment?

5. Will a dentist perform surgery for wisdom tooth removal?

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Dr. Mohammed Maroof Reza

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22 years experience overall
  
300 Consultation fee at clinic
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1. What is a dentist’s job?


A dentist’s job is to take care of your oral health issues. This includes the health of your mouth, jaw, teeth, and gums. Dentists provide services including teeth cleaning, polishing, extraction, filling, root canal treatment, and cosmetic enhancement. They also advise on oral diseases including tooth decay, gum disease, and oral cancer. 



2. Can dentists identify oral cancer?


Yes, your dentist can feel for lumps or abnormal tissue changes in your neck, head, face, and oral cavity during your routine check-up. He/she can also examine your mouth for sores, discolored tissue, or common symptoms of oral cancer. A biopsy (examination of sample cells from the mouth to look closely for disease) may be ordered to diagnose oral cancer.


3. Can I go to a dentist for teeth whitening?


Yes, teeth whitening is available as a service with dentists. Professional teeth whitening includes application of a peroxide-based bleaching solution to your teeth, and use of heat, light, or a combination of the two to amplify the whitening results. Professional teeth whitening usually provides much better results than that at home. 



4. Can I change dentists mid treatment?


Yes, you can. Your health should be your top priority. Hence, if you are uncomfortable with your present dentist, or your needs are not being met, you can switch to another dentist, even in the middle of a treatment. However, maintain your dental health records well for a smooth transfer between dentists. 



5. Do dentists perform wisdom tooth extraction?


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



6. How do dentists treat gum disease?


Gum disease is an infection of your gums that damages the soft tissue, and if severe, can destroy the bone that supports your teeth. Depending on the stage of the disease and the extent of damage, dentists treat it by cleaning your teeth, plaque and tartar removal from above and below the gum line, administration of antibiotics, and surgical methods. 



7. How long does numbness last after a dentist visit?


Your dentist may need to numb parts of your mouth with a local anaesthetic, if you go for a procedure such as teeth filling or root canal. This is to prevent the procedure from being painful. In most cases, the local anaesthetic wears off from all parts of your mouth between 2 to 5 hours.


8. At what age should kids start going to the dentist?


Generally, it is recommended that you take your child to the dentist within 6 months of the eruption of their first tooth. The first dentist visit may include a full check-up of the child’s teeth, jaws, gums, and oral tissues to check for their growth and development.

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