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Do you know that your dental problems can likely to have chronic condition to your overall health? Are you getting the dental treatment with the best dental practice and latest instruments? Get a consultation Call with more information about your dental query.
People Found With Gum Diseases 40% Far More Than Having Chronic Conditions
Your overall health, strongly correlated with dental risks!
Mouth with oral irregularities is a common way to spread many of physical issues. Our body and mouth can affect one another vice versa. A long, disease-free life is truly attributed to maintaining a better oral care. Our oral health may affect to or may get impacted by different diseases and abnormalities that include.
Endocarditis Abnormal heart condition with infection spread over inner linings of your heart (endocardium). Such condition may usually be activated when there are some organisms like bacteria spread from one body part to another. Mouth is a prime source of bacteria allowing them to travel through bloodstream and worsen infected areas of heart.
Cardiovascular disease Like heart disease, clogged arteries and stroke associated with inflammation and infections triggered by oral bacteria.
Pregnancy and birth Periodontitis associated with premature birth and low birth weight.
Diabetes reducing body immunity power, strengths to fight infection with much likelihood of gum risks. Gum diseases are often much evident in people with diabetes. Research shows the people with gum diseases having much trouble in controlling blood sugar levels.
Oral problems such as painful mucosal lesions are typically much present in people with HIV/AIDS.
Osteoporosis Bone weakness and brittleness said to be associated with periodontal bone loss and tooth loss.
Alzheimer’s disease Loss of teeth usually prior to 35 of age, a key factor for Alzheimer’s disease.
There are several other conditions that seem to be strongly linked to oral health such as Sjogren’s syndrome, an immune system disorder leading to dry mouth eating disorders.
How can I protect my oral health?
DENTAL IMPLANTS IN INDIA with BEST DENTAL PRACTICE BY AWARD WINNING DENTAL SURGEON
Dental Implants – the restorative teeth, truly the best dental treatment for missing tooth! Some other traditional dental treatments like dentures (a set of artificial teeth to go into your gums over multiple missing teeth) and bridges (that use adjoining teeth as anchors) are also available; going for one or two missing teeth.
Dental Implant is like a permanent dental solution to one with missing teeth. They are fitted directly into a jawbone, adapting very well to it without damaging adjoining teeth structure. Nearer teeth getting along with the dental implants do also get better support; eliminating risks of any harms that might have been prompted due to an empty space formed within. The implants made of titanium will greatly fuse with jawbone within few months; neglecting unpleasant chances of your false teeth erecting out or making unusual noises. With implants getting inserted, the jawbone that once was empty with will have no more chances of wearing away.
ABOUT DR. BHALLA
Dr. Manjit Singh Bhalla is practicing as a Dental Surgeon since 1983. He has a super-specialty dental clinic with the latest instruments, which is one of the best in India. He is also a Panel Dental Surgeon at Physical Research Laboratory (PRL) and ONGC Ahmedabad.
In the clinic ultimate care is taken to assure proper sterilization. The equipments are ultra modern and of international standards.
For the fine and abiding enterprise that he has shown in being able to set up an ultra-modern dental clinic where all the facilities are available for catering to each smile or a better denture, besides providing all the crucial and other services…
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FAQ – Quick dental guide and answers
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Gum (Periodontal) Disease?
Periodontal disease is the deterioration of the supporting structures of the teeth.
Why should I Replace a Missing Tooth?
The empty space in your mouth starts to cause many problems including decay and periodontal disease, an unbalanced bite, and stress on the remaining teeth.
How many sittings are required?
Normally it A a-a-s a matter of 3 sittings.
1st sitting or initial assessment, radiographic records, medical history & clinical examination.
2nd sitting for the implant placement
3rd sitting to place temporary crowns for a period of 4-6 mos to be subsequently changed to ceramic crowns/bridges.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Root Canal Therapy?
RCT is a method of saving a tooth by cleaning out a damaged nerve and filling in the resulting chamber.
Is the treatment painful?
The surgical placement of dental implants causes only minor discomfort similar to having a tooth removed. Post-operative discomfort is controlled with the use of prescriptions. Depending on the extent of the therapy, many persons return to work the day of their surgery. Most patients report that they were much more comfortable following the procedure than they had anticipated.
Are implanted teeth difficult to clean?
Patients are encouraged to look after their implanted teeth in the same way as they should with natural teeth. This simply means frequent brushing, flossing and attending regular dental appointments. Smoking should also be avoided to increase the longevity of the implants.