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- 1. US Dental A center for advanced dentistry USA standard quality care is now within your reach.......
- 2. About Us: US Dental is a center for advanced dental treatment located in Ahmedabad, India. As a state of the art dental centre is equipped to provide US standard of quality dental care to our patients. Vision : To become globally recognized and trusted name in dental patient care. Mission : To provide cutting edge dental treatments backed by research for the overall health and well being of our patients.
- 3. Meet Our Leadership Team Dr.Sayma Memon Diplomate, American Board of Periodontology Masters of Science in Dentistry, Houston, USA Bachelors of Dental Surgery, Ahmadabad, India Dr.Sayma is having 5+ years of experience & has successfully operated 1000 implants. There are only 2 American diplomat in India & she is one from them
- 4. What are Dental Problems :- Toothache/Sensitive teeth Missing teeth/tooth loss Bleeding Gum Misaligned teeth Bad Breath & gum disease Mobile Teeth Discoloured or yellow teeth Cracked or chipped teeth Dental cavities
- 5. 1) Tooth Pain Definition :- Toothache or tooth pain is caused when the nerve to a tooth is irritated. Dental infection, gum disease, plaque, dental decay, injury, or loss of a tooth (including tooth extractions) are the most common causes of dental pain. What symptoms accompany a toothache? If you notice pus near the source of the pain, your tooth may have become abscessed, causing the surrounding bone to become infected. Or the pus could indicate gum disease, which is usually characterized by inflammation of the soft tissue, bleeding gums and abnormal loss of bone surrounding the teeth. Fever Swelling around the tooth area Pain when you bite A foul-tasting discharge Continuous lasting pain
- 6. Prevention :- Brush at least twice a day, preferably after meals and snacks. Floss at least once a day to prevent gum disease. Visit your dentist regularly for oral examinations and a professional cleaning twice a year.
- 7. 2) Dental Sensitivity Tooth sensitivity is a common name for dentin hypersensitivity or root sensitivity. If hot, cold, sweet or very acidic foods and drinks, or breathing in cold air, makes your teeth or a tooth sensitive or painful then you have sensitive teeth. WHY ? Tooth sensitivity is usually caused by dentin on root areas exposed due to receded gums or periodontal disease. Receded gums are very common and up to four fifths of people have gum recession by the time they are 65.
- 8. Treatment :- Using desensitizing agent like, R.A Thermoseal Sensodyne If necessary Then Filling
- 9. 3) Missing teeth/tooth loss The following causes of missing teeth which are: Tooth decay Gum disease Loose teeth Accident or injury Congenital missing teeth Ageing process
- 10. Treatment :- Dental Implant Fixed Denture Removable Partial Denture Removable Complete Denture
- 11. 4) Bleeding Gums Gingivitis Calculus Nutrition Deficiency (Vitamin C) Poor Oral Hygiene Certain Medications Hormonal changes during menstruation, and pregnancy can increase the chances of having bleeding gums. Reasons why your gums are bleeding
- 12. Treatment :- Scaling Proper Oral Hygiene habits Warm water gargle/Mouth wash Oral Gel
- 13. 5) Mal-aligned Teeth Reasons for mal-aligned Teeth :- Hereditary. Jaw size and teeth size discrepancy. Thumb sucking in early childhood. The use of a pacifier after the age of three. The prolonged use of bottle feeding in early childhood. Mouth breathing Lips sucking Tongue thrusting habits
- 14. How is a Mal-aligned Teeth Treated? Most patients with mild mal-aligned teeth will not require any treatment. However, if your mal-aligned is severe, your dentist may refer you to an orthodontist. Recommend various treatments, which can include: Braces to correct the position of the teeth Removal of teeth to correct overcrowding
- 15. 6) Bad Breath Studies show that about 80% of bad breath comes from an oral source. Dentures are not properly cleaned. Dirty Teeth. Cavities or gum disease can lead to bad breath. Tonsils that have trapped food particles; cracked fillings, and less-than-clean dentures.
- 16. Treatments If you don't brush and floss teeth daily, food particles can remain in your mouth, promoting bacterial growth between teeth, around the gums, and on the tongue This causes bad breath. Smoking or chewing tobacco-based products also can cause bad breath, stain teeth, reduce your ability to taste foods, and irritate your gums. Systemic disorder like diabetes constipation etc. & consumption of onions and garlic's which leads to bad breath Identify the cause Scaling Mouth Wash Oral Gels
- 17. 7) Mobile Teeth Reasons :- Loss of Gums Age Related problem Trauma Periapical Infection Treatment :- Extraction Root Canal
- 18. 8) Discoloured or yellow teeth Types of Discoloration :- Extrinsic discoloration occurs in the outer layer of the tooth, called the enamel; enamel stains can range from white streaks to yellow tints or brown spots and pits. Intrinsic discoloration occurs in the inner structure of the tooth, called the dentin, when the dentin darkens or displays a yellow (or gray) tint.
- 19. Reasons of Tooth Discoloration :- Foods/Drinks: Coffee, tea, colas, wines and certain foods (e.g., potatoes, cherries, blueberries) can cause extrinsic tooth stains. Tobacco Use: Smoking or chewing tobacco can result in discoloured teeth. Poor Dental Hygiene: Inadequate brushing and flossing to remove plaque and stain-producing substances can cause tooth stains. Disease: Diseases affecting enamel and dentin can lead to tooth discoloration. Certain infections in pregnant mothers can cause tooth discoloration in the baby by affecting enamel development. Ageing: As you age, the outer layer of enamel on your teeth wears away, revealing the dentin's natural, yellow colour. Additionally, over the years your teeth accumulate more stains and tartars, causing them to darken and discolour. Genetics: Some lucky individuals have naturally brighter and/or thicker enamel than others.
- 20. Treatment :- Bleaching Scaling Environment: Excessive fluoride from environmental sources, such as high fluoride levels in drinking water, or from excessive use of fluoride applications, rinses, toothpastes and oral fluoride supplements, can cause teeth discoloration.
- 21. 9) Cracked or chipped teeth Reasons for cracked teeth :- Many things can cause teeth to crack, such as: Extreme tooth grinding, which can put the teeth under enormous pressure Large fillings that weaken the tooth Chewing or biting on something hard: for example ice, boiled sweets, fruit stones or meat bones A blow to the chin or lower jaw Gum disease, if there has been bone loss. This could make the teeth more likely to suffer from root fractures
- 22. Treatment :- Filling Root canal treatment Cap
- 23. 10) Cavities Cavity is a results of tooth decay process & is also painful. Tooth decay causes damage to healthy tooth structure by making the teeth weaker & unhealthy.
- 24. Reasons for Decay / cavities :- Our Lifestyle & unhealthy eating habits are causing a lot of damage & decay to our teeth which in turn leads to tooth cavities.
- 25. Kids eat while watching TV & lying in their bed which again causes tooth decay. Once mouth bacteria leads to cavities, your kids cant eat properly & thus lack in health & feel sick.
- 26. Cold drinks are the biggest source of sugar that can damage your teeth. Treatment :- Filling Root Canal Extraction Fluoride Application
- 27. Dental problems are the 2nd most common disease after cold......
- 28. Wrong Beliefs About Dental Treatment Tooth become weak during the Dental Treatment. Spacing between two teeth is increased during the brushing. Dental treatment is not required in children as deciduous teeth are likely to fall down.. Teeth become loose after the treatment. Removal of upper molar brings blindness. All the teeth are to be removed if you have periodontal diseases. Pyorrhoea is cured by the use of stuff and tobacco tooth paste. Pyorrhoea is cured by urine Therapy.
- 29. # Diabetic patients with periodontal disease may have more trouble controlling their blood sugar & their gum disease is also likely to be more severe. # Diabetic patients body's reaction to periodontal disease can increase the blood sugar level. Consequently, it is important for patients with diabetes to treat and eliminate periodontal infection for optimal diabetes control. # Periodontal treatment combined with antibiotics has been shown to improve blood sugar levels in patients with diabetes.
- 30. Address US Dental 104,1st floor,Shivalik-5 Mahalaxmi cross road,Paldi Ahmedabad-380007 Website:- www.usdental.in Email:- email@example.com Connect@facebook:- firstname.lastname@example.org Contact us : 08980623275/079-29701000
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