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I have no dental problems as such, should I visit a dentist even then? Why?
My dentist had shown me few cavities in my teeth but they are not paining me at present. Should I get these cavities filled? What if I get it filled later?
I had pain in my tooth and my dentist told me to go for a root canal treatment on that tooth, but after taking medicines my pain had subsided. Should I still get the root canal done if not done what will happen?
Everyday morning when I brush my teeth, I have bleeding, is it common or is it something bad?
My teeth are too yellow. Can I have my teeth made as white as these film stars and glamour world?
When I smile my gums jet out, can anything be done to achieve a million-dollar-smile?
I have multiple dental problems but I am too scared to sit on a dental chair, is there any other easy fearless treatment modality for patients like me?
My front teeth cavity fillings always become yellow after every 3 months, is there any permanent solution for it, itís too embarrassing for me to have ugly looking front teeth?
I have metal caps and old black silver fillings in my teeth, can I change those caps and fillings to new teeth coloured caps and fillings and look better.
My mother has loose fitting dentures and she cannot eat her food inspite of me taking her to , too many dentists. Can I have her fixed dentures made?
My father has multiple missing teeth but he does not want to extract his remaining teeth and root pieces. Can still he have a denture or fixed teeth made for himself?
Is still today, extraction of all teeth, the only solution for Pyorrhoea? Can Pyorrhoea be prevented and controlled?
I want to have braces treatment but my age is 35, can I still have orthodontic (Braces) treatment which will not be seen?
Dental treatment has become too expensive now a days? Why? What should we middle class people do to have good sterile dental treatment as we cannot go to municipal and government hospitals?
My wisdom tooth is crooked and decayed and has spoilt my adjacent tooth also, but I am too scared of extraction? Is there any alternative solution for it?
 
I have no dental problems as such, should I visit a dentist even then? Why?
Regular dental check-ups helps us to diagnose any new cavity developing which can be stopped at that stage only and thus preventing it becoming deeper and painful and the need of root canal treatment.

My dentist had shown me few cavities in my teeth but they are not paining me at present. Should I get these cavities filled? What if I get it filled later?
Today what treatment option is available for you (Filling) my NOT be the option left for you tomorrow and you may have to either do a root canal treatment or extract the tooth.
Cavity fillings in the initial stage is painless as enamel drilling causes no sensation, no pain and less drilling and little loss of natural tooth structure.
2nd layer cavity drilling is slightly sensitive and more loss of natural tooth structure.
If cavity reaches the 3rd layer (Nerve layer) you may have to undergo Root Canal Treatment which is more time consuming and more expensive as compared to Cavity Fillings.

I had pain in my tooth and my dentist told me to go for a root canal treatment on that tooth, but after taking medicines my pain had subsided. Should I still get the root canal done if not done what will happen?
By taking medicines, your pain and swelling may subside for the time being. But later, the decay and infection may spread deeper from that tooth to the adjacent teeth, or that tooth may break from inside and you may have to extract that tooth and then replacing that extracted tooth may cause you more time, energy and money as compared to a single tooth Root Canal with a single cap.

Everyday morning when I brush my teeth, I have bleeding, is it common or is it something bad?
Bleeding gums are not a good and healthy symptom. It is a sign of gum disease (gingivitis or periodontitis) which leads to bad breath and bad taste in the mouth which if not treated at an earlier stage, may lead to further damage to jaw bone and causing loose and shaky teeth and pus discharge from gums.

My teeth are too yellow. Can I have my teeth made as white as these film stars and glamour world?
Yes, you too can have bright white teeth, depending on the intensity of your yellowness and the cause of it, you can have white teeth by any one of the treatment options
1) Bleaching
2) Veneers
3) Cappings.

When I smile my gums jet out, can anything be done to achieve a million-dollar-smile?
You can opt for the option of getting your gum treatment done by a periodontist who will give you the line of treatment of slicing (cutting) the margins of your gums to give it a more pleasing look.

I have multiple dental problems but I am too scared to sit on a dental chair, is there any other easy fearless treatment modality for patients like me?
Yes, even if you are scared of dental treatment, now-adays you can have all your treatment done under conscious sedation (Sleeping Condition) routinely in the dental clinic, no need to get admitted in the hospital.

My front teeth cavity fillings always become yellow after every 3 months, is there any permanent solution for it, itís too embarrassing for me to have ugly looking front teeth?
Fillings on the front teeth may be changing its colour due to your food colours and stains, permanent solution for this would be to go for the Capping or Veneers.

I have metal caps and old black silver fillings in my teeth, can I change those caps and fillings to new teeth coloured caps and fillings and look better.
Yes, you can go for the Ceramic Fillings, Ceramic Veneers or Ceramic Caps which are the same matching shade of your teeth and makes you feel more beautiful, more confident, more smiling.

My mother has loose fitting dentures and she cannot eat her food inspite of me taking her to , too many dentists. Can I have her fixed dentures made?
Yes, mother can have a relining with her existing dentures. If even then, she cannot eat with the dentures, she can go for Implants, where her dentures can be fixed onto the jaw bone with either a magnetic or a ball and socket method.

My father has multiple missing teeth but he does not want to extract his remaining teeth and root pieces. Can still he have a denture or fixed teeth made for himself?
Yes, your father can have a denture made over existing root pieces. Ideally, its always better to extract the root pieces and make a denture after 4 to 6 weeks, but if he is too scared of extraction, you can smoothen the existing root pieces up to the gum level and make a denture.

Is still today, extraction of all teeth, the only solution for Pyorrhoea? Can Pyorrhoea be prevented and controlled?
Extraction of all teeth was on olden days stories for pyorrhoea, now pyorrhoea can be detected at early stage and can be treated by 1) Scaling and root planning 2) Flap followed by medications, mouthwashes, vitamins and regular teeth and gum cleaning.

I want to have braces treatment but my age is 35, can I still have orthodontic (Braces) treatment which will not be seen?
Yes, now a days Ceramic Braces (Tooth coloured) or lingual braces (Braces fixed on the inner surface of the teeth) are used which cannot be seen.

Dental treatment has become too expensive now a days? Why? What should we middle class people do to have good sterile dental treatment as we cannot go to municipal and government hospitals?
Dental treatment has become expensive because of the innovative latest technology, new German equipments and new German materials, you can opt for clean, hygienic charitable clinics and get good sterile dental treatment.

My wisdom tooth is crooked and decayed and has spoilt my adjacent tooth also, but I am too scared of extraction? Is there any alternative solution for it?
Get your adjacent tooth root canalled and save it and your wisdom tooth extracted under conscious (Sleeping condition) if you are too scared of dental treatment.

 

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